The Barbados advocate
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 Material Information
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 13, 1952
Frequency: daily
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02958
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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Mtvtina t (tairtjl Bovd
3obU* CImm, H*>wood -
Tart. St. Prtrr, TJO pm
Fee the mum Owl uck. aMliunc*
TJ-.njt the >ronl< (hat r-,1 r-. !.(-.
for in- (uiuta in Ihr dl AM thr goad u>at I ran do
.lnfall from Codrlwloft M
ii tainUU for month *> restart*}-
.M SB,
II III IIA I IOV : Gom" "*" ffy
----------------------------------------------------made in rresi by Adams
New stronc man's army
asks for new legislation f.
Martial law ends:
Country on quiet note
fh||h \X Boy King Hussein gtinR
IU|U>1^ home to claim throne
"Trinidad Is Bright Spot
In Enveloping Darkness
rrmn trur Own Correspondent
LONDON, Aug. 12
jyflU. ATiBKRT i.omks. Trialdad Labour Minister today gave scath
iiiK >'*]>> to a recent BtatemoDl made by Mr. Itjtrimil":* tin Mm-Trinnl;nl positioniin the structure, of Weal faafei Pedant-
tion. Mr. Qomea made liis replj in an exclusive interview after baring
seen newspaper .dippingi from the B.W.I. press on Mr. Adama* reference
to Triiiiil.nl as ill.- most backward political portion >r th,- British Carib-
bean and saying thai they alone were the cause of the go slow policy
in federation,
Mr. domes said: "Since I have been in the United Kingdom, m\
pride has been nonriahed by the knowledge that Trinidad i- regarded
nan :i^ the bright Bpol lit the enveloping darkness <.' Weal Indian crack-
port politics and craay economics."
Because he had regarded B.W.I, unity as <>f paramount
importance. Mr. Gomes said he had consistent !v refrained
from entering into verbal conflict with Mr. Adams. But
he could not allow this latest barrage to no unanswered.
Neither was this an isolated incident. Mi. Adams had
tried his best to make Trinidad the scapegoat for slow-
in ss In the federation movement
"But I repeat," he said, "we in Trinidad intend to
develop our colony along sane and sober lines and have
on all occasions been first to declare our Intention to par-
ticipate in any constructive efforts on behalf of B.W I.
"One thin* we want to avoid is self governing in-
solvency and subsidised self government"
Mr Oumrs s.ud that
GruUey Adams itsnad the SB
SC.A.C. report but later repudi-
ated it. Ill* two malfl reasons for
to doing said Mr. Gomes were;
I II did not offer n .r). ul..-.
The number of Mats neees-
sary tor the rUrthrranir ul
Adams' B.W.I, polilfral im-
hilion and
2. II kUKimted Trinidad M
the c .inli.il
Mr. Gomes added that Mr.
Adam--' ideological
arm im-i camouBaa*. Th. nwtl
that he, Gomes
with the Government of Trinidad'
was not an inconsiderable element i
*n Adams' attitude to the OOW IH-I
nent of the ooforu
Public Utterances \
Mr. AdjUB8>0SBS4 to be friendly I
tSttaSa to me Ihe day il
was appointed leader of the B.W.T '
Sugar iviegation in 1950. He con-
tinued, "not only dkt h.- le.ive
London a few days later but on
his return to the B.W I. his publir
utter.ill judlce opinion against Ihe Wst
indian ...use at a tune when we
needed ihe support almost des-
-The faet that I am frequently
ebon it lo represent thi- B.W 1
abroad has In nu way mitigated
the virulence of his attacks upon
DtrMtf." .
the Regional Eeonomlr Commit-
tee, Mr Adams was in favour of
Having Government delegates as
Chairmen in rotation. But. said
Mr. Gomes, when at the naxt
meeting it was the turn of Mr.
Raatgeevcr as the British Guiana
delegate to thair the meeting. Mr
Adams was bitterly opposed to
the principle
Mr. Gomes said he found it
difficult to understand Mr. Adams'
attitude and that' difficulty he
rharcd with other B.W.I. leaders
who h.-*| affection for Mr. Adams,
but who were bewildered by his
recent actions.
Mr. Gomes recalled that when
It was Barbados' turn to chair
Another thing said Mr. Gomes
is that I shared dismay with most
R.E.C. delegates when Mr.
Adams strenuously championed
a United Kingdom official for the
wt of B.W.I. Trad* Comml>-
oner in* London.
"And it should not be forgotten
that Mr. Adams was thi only man
ho laboured assiduously to pre-
vent the B.W.I from obtaining
mote dollars for purchases from
ll was he who submitted the
dissenting report".
"As a result of all thi*" he con-
tinued. "Mr. Aaams has lost the
wpport and goodwill of many
B.W.I. leaders. Knowing that
his chances of occupying the
pivotal position in a federal IJ.V4.I
, have diminished, he is no longer
enthusiastic about federation and
is searching for arguments with
which to justify his innate distaste
of the whole idea."
Nothing Mr. Adams could do.
however, concluded Mr. Gomes
could deter the BWI in their sol-
emn resolve to achieve a work-
able federation. "The ball is now
In his court. It's for the govern-
a On Page ft.
Foreign Policy
No Campaign
Issue In L.S.
Senator John Sparkman con-
tended Tuesday that the Republi-
cans can't possibly make foreign
policy n successful campaign issue
because it ls too closely identified
with General Dwlght Eisenhower.
Simultaneously, Secretary of
Bk la Dean Aehcson said with
scans, sarcasm that he Is surprised
1 the recent attack levelled
against the administration policies1
abroad by John Fo*ter Dulles. Re-
publican Foreign Policy adviser.
The Alabama Senator and Dem-
ocratic Vice-Presidential nominee
told reporters that Eisenhower's
ioli- in shaping present polie*
has "been as great as that or any-
one else".
He said he was aware that both
the Republican Presidential nom-
inee and Dulles have made clear
that the? consider the conduct of
foreign affairs as legitm...
in the approaching campaign, liui
he doubted that they could mate
their criticism stick.
Ho said: "I cannot possibly see
how they can make a major Issue
mil of It. Our foreign policy has I
been based on u priority consider- >
atlon lo Ihe defence of Western
Europe wthlch has meant more or;
less holding, acting and a less ag-'
giesslve programme in the Far
East"*. He said Elsenhower "cer-
tainly has been the spearhead" of
the European programme.
Speaker Threatens
To "Name" Moltley
HIS HONOUR the Speaker ul the H maty,
Mi K N H Huobenda, censured Mr. E Bsnloc
Mi-mbci tog the City, for "makinK urrsvSffSitl ran
to thf tMivt'rnor's numo" during the debate OR a Resolu-
tion in connection with Govanuasnt'i
roods, M perches of land at Buthtfhcba to be used a* ..
playifl* We, "d warned him that if he "persisted in the
tona In which he was apasking," ha aroilW "r-inie" him for
a \ its 11 cansun by tfaa House.
Mr. Mottley. durim; Ul remarks on the Resolution,
made an observation 'ii the remarks b> His Kxceli.-ncs
about the Conununltv Centres batruz used si Donee Hall-.
od thai the Head ->f the Ml ihould
learn a little more about the eustomi and habit-, of Bar-
.mi.ins lii -t before maklttg lueh comment.
Hi Honour interrupted the
110 IY THE UNtTIO 1TATIS, the flags of Ihe 70 nations that sent (1.780 athletes to Helsinki. Finland, appear In
nnal parade at the Olympic Stadiui'.. marking the tSostBg of Ihe 1932 Olympiad. The leading nations
were; the United States, 615; Russia, *33\i; Hungary, 308; Sweden, 267; Germany, 171; Finland, 12'<;
Italy, I5tcu: France, IMV4; Great Britain, llT.sadCtechoilovakJa, llSla. (/nlcrnotloaal Radtophoto)
Greeks Shell
2 Bulgarians
ATHENS. Aug. 12.
The Bulgarian-Greek dispute
over Gamma Island flared up
again on Monday when Greek
frontier guards fired on two Bul-
garian soldiers who tried to reach
1 be tiny island last week.
1 rmforcements were sent
to ihe area after nhots had been
. aehanaad when Bulgarian troops
landed on the Island on Aug. 7.
After more gunfire last week the
Qteakl IfllMtBaCad that ihe Bul-
garians had left the Island. Both
enuntries protested to the United
Ni i:. m sllasbaa ti al iswraaatoia.
Hussein Will Return
To Claim Throne
AMMAN. Jordan, August 12.
KING HUSSEIN of Jordan, 17. will leave Switzerland
next Monday for his homeland to claim the throne from
which his crazed father was ousted by Parliament yester-
Advices from Lausanne, Switzerland, said Hussein
will return to Amman with his mother. Queen Zein. How-
ever he will not take up royal duties until his eighteenth
birthday next Spring.
in gents were sworn in
before Parliament yesterday to
aci in 'he King's name until bo
becomes of age. They aie lbra-
n: i '* i "I 'be
Senate. Omoa Suliman Tukan.
n.ember of Parliament, and Abdul
Kahsnun Rushldad. also a mem-
ber of Parliament.
:'. claimed on Tuesday that Jordan's
Kins Talal bad been deposed by
imperialists". Comment-
ing on the decision of the Jordan
i nt lo confer the crown
nn [?nnce Hussein, Taas said "this
event is one of the symptoms of
the strut. 1 of Jordan
between Brtish and American
Imperialists. At present victory
British lm-1
OuAbreuk Of Bovine
Anthrax In B.C.
Martial Law
Ends In Iran
TEHRAN, Aug. 12.
Martial law ended In Iron to-
t,v premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh withdrew a bill invoking
martial law from the M,n'
House) in response to hl o
National Front supportei s oppoat-
tion to iiulitury rule. Iran has
been under martial law at frequent, rtatement after a IHi minul,
tbreak of the"*""
CAHtO August 12.
feudal system in Etfypt by sweeping hind reforms waa
submitted to the Government. 'Ihe proposed legislation
would eliminate the p'lWi'rful i;ind-c(inirollinj; Pashas
whoee titles wore recently abolished bv settiHfl a -fO acre
limit on land holding. The Government would have power
to set/" land above the 200 .>. limit and redistribute it
among Egypt'* th luaand^ of ^DaMemdhoJdera mid land
I-v* .iiiurullural worker.*.. The aimy also called for a
minimum holding of two acres to present the parcellini.'
out of fund into liny uneconomic plots.
I i is owning less than two
ores would be prohibited from
selling any part of their land or
dividing It up by iiiluui.mee
among their sons. Strong man
General Mohammal Naguib in a
communique said that the Army's
land reform programm. was
aimed at narrowing the wide gap
between rich and poor and at
shifting large amounts of capital
from agriculture to industrial de-
Further Demands
The Army also da
regulation of land \< .i I i
ing the distribution of profits on
,i basil or two-thirds to a lease-
ii 'en.: Ui .. l.illil
Establishment of rural Commit-
taea including a member or the
ludiriary and a represenlativr of
the landowners, leaseholders and
agricultural workers to rule on
the questions of landleascs. wag-
es, and hours of work for peasant
limitations of bind tenure to
mild affect ;i few hun-
in .I land owners who Iff tbl
heart of the ruling class in Egypt
Some of them exercise complete
over hundreds of thousands
es of land Slid MOT1 i Of vil-
lages and farms.
Full Agreement
General Mohammed Naguib.
Ihe Egyptian Commander In Chief.
announced here to-day that "rnm-
ptctr- understanding and ttii*
agreement of view" existed le-
iwaan him and tha liov.-rnment of
Aly Maher. The "strong man" of
Egypt J new regime made hi
ConsiuYralion CM
C.iastonis* Union
The Jen nent post-
poned further consideration of
I osloms' Union in UV M W 1
b'-eause of a majoi financtal lm-
i lie iiioti The d
tii.it the matter which was slated
a.-, a dissension or the !>
the month should l*e (uither
t igjad i" h
I ci Bustamante,
adar, laid to-daj
i ii i must wait
federation or the British r.mi.-
,M area. It will not '"
Customs' Union outside the frame-
work Of fi- Taera Mi in the
know who maj be bitten 11 i
. .i lot of potnti in ii
\estigated Ulll If DO) matter lo
rush into without caroful con-
KleraUon and c.i
VdaiilH, Gllke, \V ill
lfr|in'M'nl BarbaJos
At Trade Talks
Intervals since the <
Mossadegh Asks
U.S. for A Loan
The semi-official newspaper
Bakhuxr Cmrouz reported on
Tuesday that Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh has asked the United
States for an immediate $50,000.-
000 loan. The newspaper said that
Tt.e request was made to the Uni-
ted States Ambassador Loy Hen-
derson for relay to Washing!
He said that the loan waa asked
by Mossadegh "to help Iran
port her nil and to help combat
Communism. When he visited tba
United States last year, Mossadegh
was turned down on his request
for a lloe.000.000 loan I'.P.
Ridgway For
I'rankfurt Talk*
iPtom Our Own Ce> respondent >
Government confirmed the out-
break of bovine anthr-\
Plantation La Bonne antsnUon
Sugar Estate on East Saa Coast.
The area was placed under
movement restriction order and ne
livestock were permitted to enter
or leave. Vaccination M I
within tba area hi proceeding and
every precaution ii being tal.r
c spread of thi
' i'cctor in an extra ordinary issui
noving rrom po*er the supporter jol the Official <>steUw> ordered no
a* Ameicsn imperialists, Talal. milk to be taken out or removed. September 5 to Septcmb
tM*. from the restricted area. J
His Excellency the Governor hai
..[ipoinlcd Mr Grantley Adams
CM.G. and the Honourt.il. M A
Cuke. C.B.E.. to represent Baiha-
with Premier Aly Maher H< '">'"'J1"^'0"
porter,. I Ballad OB the in 1-mdon with departmenta oj
Premier to reach an underrtand- the United Kingdom Owtin^nt
ing ronefrnina the demils of cer-l-n "> aubjeet of Canada-West
tain mailers Indies Trade.
Mohamcd Aly Rousbdi. Minis-
trr of Ju-tire, said that the Agra-
rian refoim programme reported
to have t>een submitted by mili-
tary headquarters was now being
studied by the Cabinet. The new
Minister of Agriculture, Alphonse
is sworn in this afternoon
Ifore the regency Council He
.vcompanied by Aly Mahr
It Is expected that the discus-
ons will begin on Tuesday, Sep-
mber 9. at 11 a.m.
Kidnapped liy
E. German Pot ice
STiK K1IK1M. tJermsny.
Aug. 12
in.'M East German "People
I'dllee'' Gemiun border near here on Sun-
and kidnapped a 3-><'*r-oid
man photographer wo was
about to stuip pictures according
lo thi Uavariasi b*atT pohw.
West U*rmn oTfleksiW eaU i*t*
tin- piii'togrepher was slanding
some 2a nxotn* inside West Oer-
man territory when granlied. Tlie
Id when Dm i irhnie-
iviiig ((iiiiiiiinii i DOUa
i aeroaa the frontier, the
assistant on th,. w-si Oarman
of ii Tha poii
1......i-i-'c.) tin. tMir<|>r and
Japan ipproavshed
;\Jmm;I Warships
In .i.ii
IOCYO, Aug 12.
- Nihon
].....| Hi../il
i.i PakMtan Rave inBdi
I IptsUlkUOSj uniLS
jbtlil, t.i
rships con 'i ii< t<.1 in >*
Member fin the City, di
ItanUOQ to Kule 120 of the
Hules of tin- House ot Assemblv
hieh stales that no meinb*.-.*
may use the Governor's name ir-
reverontly." and said that in his
opinion the member was using
the privileges of the House lo
niak- irreverent references to Mis
ney the Governor.
More His Honour could re-
wne His Chair. Mr. Mottl-y
t.aid tM would always abide by
ny ruling made by His Honour,
to which ills Honour rapt* d I
bopa when the honuurabl.- nan
l*r ays ho will abide by .. rnll'i,:
of the Chair, it is not merely
Up MMvlce."
Ml Mottley attempted to re
ply, but Ills Honour, rapping hi*
i:av-I evei.il times sain. "I can
assure honourable RpSanben of
ihis Chamber that 1 will enforc*
to the 1-csl of my ability as long a
1 remain the Speaker of this an-
cient and historic Chamber. Its
dignity and rule very, very
Tin. N, nior member for the City
said he t-nuhj not see for one
ninute that he had referred to
In- OovetOOt hy nanii'. or iriev.i
rntly. and asked, "am I not en*
titled in this House in debate tn
efe to the Itvud ul the Adminv
.....itrt Tatar to th
tratton. as T would rater
head of any aiu-r rVpartment
not hy name'"
I*..chine i- .t con of lbs Rulei
Of the lion . Mr Mottley said'
it 'no SMJt1 to go Into the rule
BOW and ^..^ that I iiinnol i.iy tin-
Head of the Admini'-tratioii.
and in a much calmer lone of
votee added, "as I lake the rule
It Is true ir Your Honour
feels that however you interpret
Mi.' i nlr it is t.> be taken by mem-
bers, well then, hut I am not pre-
pared to take it so ,i. I h.i\i not
.. li.M'il t.. the Head of the Ad-
ninlatratlon urat erentls
Mi Mottley began to quote from
the lelevant Hule. but Ills Honom
Interpolated, "If the honnurablf
memlior wants to ask my ruling
;.(! then make bis own. . Da
yon think lhat any Parliament oi
Speakei a> tn-lng iiiti-lllgcnt. uid
A ' i "" 5-
U.N. Admits
Red Charges
The United N.iti.m. admitted that
In all probability" Altn.l m

lay and anal
Iha IfkCadent tn .i ttrtttei
the Communist charge. S'
Uakson officer Charles W. McCar-
thy said: "Our side will make
< ontimied .it ' I
rba aate araa hattJad to Hi.'
Cianinunisls al a moetlr.
liaison officer* Exi-ept (or thi*
meeting, there was no activity at
the truce camp. The truce talks are
In another one week recess called
bj the AJltaa, Km loird auea In
. ossUIJ weeks
Major General trnilan k. Har-
rison explained he proposed the
recesses because Reds have offered
i...thing new in dead!.-k. i u
eusslons on prisoner exchange
I p
Eden Is "llupuicsl
Man In The? World"
U0MD0K Aug. 13.
Koietgu Seerclury Anthony
Bdao, the hajipiest man in I-on-
don," will many 32-ycar-old Miss
Clarissa Churchill on Thursday
ouiing. ii was ..unouncod on
The earssnony will take place at
Iha muat) oM Cuxlon Hall regis-
rv office only three days after the
i.nouncement of their engagemenl
mi ..I IahkIoii society and
ovrrnineiil iiu.iiteis Tha 55-yeaT-
kl diplomat and the blue eyed
Uonda iiiei.' ,,r Prtma
Wiithbm Cttunhill aiiiioumed their
.....I c*i Monday night.
Tha couple "ill Bs t" rutugal on
Friday morning for ,i hurt honey-
wi there.
The journal >.,.wi thai shipbuild-
beUaVo that l>ecausc of
it will I*- some
ima bafora tt Japanai.

! I that tha moat n
.hi navy, which appro
K inatnaiau 1 radlng Ompoj y\
......"i ine poaatbUlty of buying six
I "'"i lot . 100 Ion
two 400 ion troop]
4IKHI ton cargo
..ft. and ona 1,000 ton lowtng
Egypt's Taxes
To Be Increased
( AIIlO. A Jii. 12

Emary said on i\iaaday that the
Egyptian id decided
to make slight all rotDKJ
creases chiefly affecting iho*e
igh income taxes.
t r
:-o EBe In Hent
Vi'Hve In IfadflO
The newspaper L'lUma* NeUclss
ild 30 persons have died m ihe
ast five dsys at the border town
f Mexicall due to a aft
yw. It said report* in-i
hlldren and nine adults
I the peel which pa
ihermomeier as high as 118
Irgrees Fahrenheit.UP.
"Eva Reran"i Natae
Of City Or Slution?
i N08 AIMHS. Aug !>
When iiu provukota] laglilstiirg
h .'i;.. iha DBaa 'if Um
cily of La I'lau to Eva Paron, a
small orohleiii arose. Tha Oan-
.r.'l IITn., Hallway, which serves
Ihe it>. already had a station
I -. Paron- iha altnta-
try of Trnnsporta has soKeil tin
problem. The station "Eva Peron
which ]. on ihe outskirts o
Huenoa Aires, has been renamed
"Side Do Mayo"the hlrth.iay
of Eva Peron If,

Stevenson And
Truman Confer
PTMldent Truman sun,;:. -. r. -. f
'-....... Adlm Sleveiuun lo the
whtl.. Hoij*> today for .1 hrifHInir
an Hi.- world Mtuutlun and a man
lo man talk oil the political cam-
l>..iii I..'
II.- invitr,! ..II tho Pm to a
luncheon In honour of Sti-vrnaon'a
Itodies Removed
from Plane Wreck Bahama tadakhfre
rOKMBk PRESIDENT OF'i no r Janeiro, Aug. u. ^, .,
Iteei^bi'd I ill Nov.
HAMBUHO, Germany. All* 12 '?" "~"
dratn-erulser "Goodhope'' n-ports
. E*-Pt' I it all the bodies of the victims
lermor Alonvi Pujol arriveo -
PARIS, Aug. 12.
Supreme Allied Comnvnder
C-oneral Matthew Ridgway ill,
to Frankfurt Wednesday for con-
ferences with General Thomas T. lermor Alonao Pujol arrtvan nar (, t
Handy, hl-j deputy Commander forfrom Amsterdam for a four-tl i( an(j wij| ^
States troops in Europe |visit. Jle will tour Germany ... Qown ll( , (,,. Jan,.,,,, this
Headquarteis sald_ also that plans to go to Frankfurt anO weak. Tha stratocrulsei 0
from Baden. He may travel to Francs trashed in the Brazilian jungle on
10 i before n-turnlng to Cuba from ..April 29 with the loss of 50 live*.
* European plcasurv trip.I*.P. U.P.
Ridgway will vtaft Turkey
NASSAU. Aug. 11.
Acting Governor Frederick South-
worth tonight recesaatl the legto-
Jature until November 13th after
the signing of nine bills Including
a niil authorizing the sale of But-
lln's Grand Bahama Camp
Willl.ini Imrui and his American
,i ... |ata .

WEDNESDAY u (.1 ST 1.;. Mil
y ca& C Ml] A'SAM
Barbados-hot n
Analyst of British
'h BB. BMk*- r-tin
of India. An-
. Nev.-
r l.'ndcr-Sr.
Sings Tonight
W'arib dioppvd in at
v morn-
Ml Rooar. .1
Mr Winston
i iiiniiaanai
. r.mmr on which Mi
X HnK at % *> ft
.ilive of Hriti h
IM been livinn in
KMM Ume.'hafb %
rich tenor To my mind taalfl
vensjUla tod sing;
Hi- has .-.pfieared In programim-
lad and
lot \\ Man there To
ln| classical places
composers and
lovers to a spc-
littoti of "Granada" hv
AuusUn Una -hich hi
Short Holiday
ARRIVING In the colony on
B w.r a
inidad ami Miss Cynthia
'vis rome over to
! hoUday. Iflai
a Ith a Shii -
n Port-of-Spain
< i first visit to the
During her slay hrrr h<
n i aj toi -on-Ba
For Two* Months
h. OMfl-.fc!iaA|\i \> I
Enjoyed Hojiday
l "l-m
Iro Anuv.i son
Mm who I.ol-
the past two
Mi. and :.ii-
Knifht i

ooata ni Mrs
Knight, m section (M.,,1 c,[

Grand*- Oil Company in Vene-
... ted imjMii>
Ihc (.ul? (il Corporation. He said
:..i hi. i .*& u very
iv and arc look-
i visit.
For Three Weelu
1I Met AKTNEY uf Trinidad
l holiday. They
for three weelu and are guests al
l (..tings Hotel.
Mr McCartney is a due-tor of
I. M. McCartney and Company
ogre Orancaa. Ht>
bad Barb.ido: on several
pre. iously.
Annual Vacation
A ..HIVING m ihc island
Sunday by B W 1 A from
Grenada was Mr. Wairen Thorp*,
n of Mr. and Mrs. E. C Thorpe
of BjiKhttin. Black Rock. Mr.
I iiorpc has come over to spend
1 annual vacation with his laro-
. iU ... M '. i
i toys' Secondary
School in St. George'*
For Long Vacation
LEAVING Ihc island on Moo
by U W.i A for
Puerto Ki< v an mute to the U.S.A.
..-re Mr. and M;
ttord", Belleville. Mr.
Lit he away for
Ml. will remain for
about four months as the guest of
Tutor at Exdiston
Venezuelans LUc Barbados
I.dos for a month's holl-
Mi Julio Chalband
ConatrucUon anglnaae of Messrs
Sanchai and Company ol i
..a here recently by
B w.i.A and war. acajou
i . inoijicr Mrs. Chalhand. his
ffaa Fi edes Quinto and Ms
l hret* aoatl Julio. Antonio and
Leonora. They are guests at the
Hastings Hotel.
This i- then Aral visit to
ha doe which the) uka varj *
the swimming.
Booker Brothers, Brtth*.
lorry on
Wpdnf-la\ last from Grenada.
r| p ut nf hex Ihrro-
mont". vacation Miss BloL-mcu-
p. riding two months
: '-cfon-on-Sea,
Worthing Thl. i her

Si Luciu Planttr
pianist ol B> Lu> la raturnggj
home on Sunday
idmR twelve
Tubby Hubby Waists
Lose Up To 4 Inches
In 12 Days
Final Re/tort on Fiti'-on^iHlirl
full m< 1TANLEY TANNER (weigh in)
FOLK of the
bars ol ute Dally Ixpreae Tubby
liuLbv c.u., .,..
>cricrUay cvi-n 'noughmhi>
. now 'freed IrOBD thU l2-,i .
irnming test.
Thg live Tubby HuUbiesAavc
ut an average of Mb. eaeft "i
they have loM up lo i
Here an ajn* -
Harry John
It's boon fun, and I am going
carry on with it fur ggithsji
12 days. The only snag has b**'i-
lunch, when
d to go without an ;cin in the
lulet because the restaurant gould
lot supply it.
1 have been a Uttla more tiivJ ^4Tf-Hn... ^..Ha-:
-but that is oecau.* I have b. ill lrOU L-UTiaHl
before lost. 41b mid-way list.
lUilb.. after Ust. 81b. loss 101b.
inilN JOHNSTON Iwttgb ID) be-
lore l-t. lib.- nustway 13sL tOlb..
altar lJt. I|(b.; leas 1011b.
DONALD OLOAO iwrigli ini
before 13>t. 4ilb.: midway iat.
'JlhsftT 12>t. Vjlb.; lass Wlb.
WALTER lil'.ATRIX Iwcigb In)
befor? l'2st. 31b.; mid-way 11A
131b.; *ftr ll Total watgjt loss 46) ft.
Boys WU1 Be
Boys In Spite
the Woi
p, s; guest at Abbeville Tftinllll Collage
Two Months Vaication
\HRiviNt; ii. 'i.....haw tq
B W.I A. from British
Jrd July was Mrs
With C.P.I.M
Clarice Evans who has
o iix-nths' holiday. This
is Mrs Evans' first visit to the .nPm. rTtumed last week
colony ano he will be spending ^.Iiir -hort holldav
tni time at Leeton-on-Sea.
For Holiday
A RJUVntQ in the island on Vfl who bai bM
j\ Hfttuitby morning by
II W I A from Trinidad was ..
Miss Joan Carr who has rome over month*' vacation ;.t home with hi
for two weeks'holiday. Miss Carr relatives ;it St Leonard's Avenue,
is a clerk at the Trinidad Turf returned to Curacao on Friday
Club and is a guest at Leetnn-on- last.
Sea, Worthing.
Expected Today Second Vitit
MB C S. HUSBANDS, son of TJOLIDAYING in the Island
the laie Mr. A. S. Husbands, f1 ,. f -f ?'n 'S,,"1^^
J P.. and Mrs. Husbands of Gooding of Trinidad. Miss Good-
lUbbs. St Lucy is expected to '"
* HKIV1NG in the colony from
Back to Irintdnd *Y Trinidad last week were
MRS. C. WHAnTOtJ wits of the Misses Marjoric and Nora1
Dr. Wharti
.Spain. Trmlclad.
. fter n>
i and Mr W r. Harewood iveaara.
. Cawasaa Road She
was accoiitpaiiicd hv her llttlr son
I!.- Ii
i , ; .. i'.-;
Jsnette who had come ovei artth
Pori-of- Chacral MasfoSM who Is work-
UTJUMl hoim in| SrMk UU lmperi.il College of
morniog by IIW LA Tropical Auriculture will be ra-
ting about two weeks' mainlng for one month while hi r
Barbados as the guest sister Norn will lie spending two
I works with the Gov-
t Mrdlcal Storr-- of 151s-
penaei Daring their stay here
U Ite guests al "4tency-
.,,n' Worthing.
For Two Weeks
ARRIVING in the colony by
t\ flWI A. frOW TaVinlda.1
luniiK the Uet weak was Miss
Uargnrct Corbie who has come
, iver for two waefca' holiday. Miss
COMA MORE Corbie it Secretary to the Minis-

pending M
this is
Needlework Teacher
her second visit to
She Is staying at Leeton-
I location Tiinidad. and
during her -.lay here will be Stay-
fMi . i roft". worthing.
First Visit
LAND who Is employed with
[ntdrnatfonsl jv radio smo oral
last week by B W.l.A. from
Trinidad for two weeks' holiday
This Is Miss Westmoreland's first
visit to the colony and during hrr
i ,v hone she will be
doing more gai
says that with my new liguie
Jiall have u buy a new saiiI apo
< Waist: before M
StaaUWy Tanner
Do you kno
buys roiaAt t.othuij; Tm
pleaaad thai i .h.di ...,;.
with the diet. The '..
1 have already lost one
they have bean amazed t-
leanuig the car alter
before 4*1
fU-. It',
Jaaa Juhnstiui
There's no doubt about it. tii
diet work.. Uui. oh! II
thuae couple o( bfjOi
ended. I've ealen .....tu
lOD, that 1 twl that I've go; Sbjri
Mifl even if I did got bad-
' "in.i | ,Vlli
iio ''zins.)
Donald Gloag
I made a tarril
week. I reported thai
'lunge in my
my wife checked up M
Ma) suspicious thai I .
DOQld rtoi
Kam my waist was.
She was right. 1 I.
my waist now.
diet has left me fouling
more alert, than I Leveg
magined possible. (Waisl b*fot
3fl'-ins.. after 34ins.
Walter Cratrix
My wife is so delighted with
ir n.w >limmei husband that
I feel like repeating 'he iliel.
I'm certainly u
Brit time in my hi, i :
rYiday night I c.ught Usi
.printing 75 yards. (Waist: ne-
' i 38ins.)
Wfll. that i. Ho- official end
<>i hit Tubhv Hubby i- -
Bui thousand* of famllleii ,r.
-till uslna the diet at home
Listening Hours
All M*lr. 4 ,
(N p tn Ei I
Oatfy arr>"
D m SMldy <4>< ! ar>*i
DLTha Hvnuy W M(. ae p >i
kcotnui Mnnlm. Dn" k&' KM '
rta akxind Up .
Prosrunfn* PuM*, 1 OS s
pm Hum* N*w> frot. I
IS p m C*lUn tSf WM IndMa.
I > *u itow. s ii p - a-*-
uerl. IN pm SUi"
____it, S 4ft p m liiln i .'!. B SB p.ID
r*.^r Xhm Esllorl>l>. t OS p .Stm Th* N-w ^1*
n- F^WS T.O. l Ii PJ" MiO wWk
K.^ guest at "Sloncycroft". Worthing.
From Trinidad
rvuHING the laat weak Miss
MJ Stcphnie Grenada arrived
-rive by the S.S. Colomble to-
Vtr nosnanoi who read law n
S-JuUKE Nu,.c Holid.yin, *&&&&&
- Crab HiU nd Nuik Barrow who ha> rome over llarbady. for Ihe flr.lllme nd
, Mr Aubrey Hu. for one monlh'. holiday Durlnn an P|o>' ''""'*" J2 at
i l,, of Mounl Stand- bar stay here .he wUl ba a mast n"S- sh' ' u""
at Laelon-on-Sea. Wbrthlng
Sloneyrrofl", Worthlna.
By Beachcomber
A PHOTOGRAPH of an M.P oaMall whlaperod logelher for a
sliialnR "Because" at a "dam- moment, and Anally smiled, and
Miurtrntlon show specially design- Knyo up
ed to sell British goods in North 7~/ar nhnrki'if pnlilh'ian*
I, one thai .Inn- S.TOBMALLV ,-onstltuled people
i,,l -.Mslng mice for [\ |,kl. , ,ee Ihe voumf eiov-
l.,ve Played all to. ,ncms,|v ^iw ,5cy 'c,'n,
;rt,lrt-, PotolI nowiKtaya. But Ihe
Whether Ihe Americans wUl bo ^,llclc , . ^buunle. ,lanc-
^ST*1 b>, "^ 'SS? f J""* <"S "" K"1"!! 'o theatre, "nd
eiv^th^jT ^SS^u'JSS" " S loo much for some of
r.r,r,.l nt SL h S.JT""' Ihe politician.. Onibby bohemlan
..^ruj-room balUd. .. ,^ lf nk,, ,m, nol ,,.,
: ,r',:^,*cips:*f"; * w"".....> "-
fog-horns or roller- I "-HKHE la .. campaign afool l>
ie. r.i the fanii.TN of the Middle persuade people to mak.*
' Minister could their own pun. bj livingpltHna.
1* induced to sing "Where My It is, according to the FiK>d Min-
Caravan has Rested" at an export t^try. a matter of putting |'*g
Th* Dansant, trie potential Arab plums in a warm place, the warmtn
.iientele would be in the bag. acting as a drying agant, and con-
. ( verting what was, u it WCra, l
'-'''* ? liigfinvr plum into a prune. The pracl
COULD nol the British Council moment at which a plum become*
devise ., schatM for .ending .i *' prune, aawanglng plummlsh
I M.P.* to sing the "Hla- characteristics for prunish oneA,
watha*1 oraaorio in Japan*' Sample ma>' be ascertained by
: oilers "nild bo given away after plum which Is evolving into .i
erforn.ance-1 while Mrs prune, .iml wringing it out. II
Casabianca." there is no moisture. Ii prune
/- _^ ,. (or else a dry plum). If
UmprodmcHv rilll, moisture It U a plum I I KI.\ MAW BAT AT, the *"' prune). Another method is to
s. Burmese business man, was -Vaeog the plum-.
' d round a large tyre fac- partatdao of ice with a fretsaw be-
tory yestcnlay. On being shown fn"% storinp. ihcm In thl
an enormous lorry-tyre, he said: cupboard.
l11!.?"1^ *? hv*? *nu>r life- Ihiimtilir n-ii-hitiun*
:;xu,S "sjk ,m^r^- % 24. !tff !.-":~" '
replied "Then if the car falls
nto the water, who throws thii
that machinery with a fast work-
ing-rate Is more of a strain on th>
worker than machinery with
slow working-rate, and that th
rid tire more quickly than th
Suiooiboys from behind the
it to know all
lafiul Uauloii buses and coach.-.
They have been sandjim thci.
riquirics to a Kingston on-
Thanies iiiutor Hun, which niaXi
tna vr-melcs. ever since a Hun-
i-irian boy recently wrulv for
atalogue of motors and a badge.
The badge was sent off. and
we thought that would end the
11.alter. But not a bit of it," 108
ni in said.
Things went lust the same
ts if it had been a query from
.in English "> hundreds of
requests followed from the same
urea, mostly worded alike.
The Hungarian boy showed Iht
bodge to hi' friends, and ever
since they have been writing for
one just like il. They have even
cribbed his original letter.
"It Is a pleasant thought that.
'Iron Curtain' notwithstanding,
tmys are ban 'he world over."
Dally and Lcigterm Rates
quoted on request.
Permanent Guests
Dinner and Cocktail
i Hue. arrangeg.
The GardenSI. Jamf>
rO-HAV *jm I *4
Marok) I.I.OVD A,
(Members Only)
SATURDAY. 16th Aiigas*.
ItSX. at ' p.m.
llghS and DANCE
Mrsslc by Anthon> Henries
and his Caribbean
I r...il..oi..iM .
DANCE ....... I -
Paw Wednesday. AfaJBaa IX 152
>|t Look In 11
Qnd what your outlook I
TiiF. summi:ks
HARRY JOHN: Iwelgh In) before
last. 101b.: inld-way test. 41b;
afUr lost, lib.; loss 91b.
I" do .nil (,i in......, (.45
MtRS Ol /
etmssiK Ol SHVHK
W.tincr BAXTKK
- r r -
L. If 1
1 J* __P 1
^L r-'
_ -' -
1. Oesjr ror tn. plqu
a Pui n iiop in bi
n/.'tl ![ lllf Jlllli; i
11 How ths V.U*, ol
'Ml..II. I
u Travsltin
. .1. ill.', lid VUWBIlV 111
[. IS)
.' i orm 9
.'-'. In no*- [rUm
Nouiins could be [>Ulnri m
.'. i- oi aw
yvba .,.;,,
>. UMil.iitt'' 'Ml
I I.
. Convrfor oi a. ililin r.iy i>
i ni *^ is '
v.l I HO
Mil *S
f.l OBI
For Klshl. Royal KnterUInntcnt
% C A K A ti O II C H E*
From Friday. Auaunt I54h. 3.aa) and 8.30 p.m.
: I W/S tlOlll.t
rant sm \
all ).<'
.... iin- wilier, wno tnrowN this **w v ...
tyre to the occupants?" The Inter- *-.,,",
ureter. Tut 'Tut. confused matters ,
Slating the Burmese word scif &
r tyre as "blood-orange." The Furthr
r.'i dlffi > nroad
Tl rn
Und ra difflrult
oung man to adjust hlm-
fast-worklng machine.
search may even revest
> Matins work*l T*-i '.< H
n OUciMllieo cuim. |S|
V 1 s-
70 CENTS " class iTH.iTY noiH 70 CENTS
White, Rose. Royal Blue, Green. Qrtj
Chocolate, Sky Blue. Gunpowder Blin
: Pot :-
dresses. underwear. shirts'. pyjamas. etc
tin.- ..i the ThrllhiiK sirac from "Hrar^mourhr"
70 cents
Will 11II INS
DIAL 4220.
70 cents
#i 40 on i i / /// i # # v
) DAI al I IB OM 1
-.,t mor
i,i srrtNgss
al SJS
I R U V- MI.H I -
i.t ro fsnt nevn.
- lot. .! IB >
iiki'ki v ioi n\n
\1 VSTtT
on. t mill
DgSBIQMQI lit B I tftl
III I llll I NO ni ' (Mill
loM..I'.,,u i IRIIIM
i is a ii
(Itann rollli H
SOI to OM I <4 v-.
ma aacsurr or at rvrs
WiUn Sl.rrrt 4mll.> Tb.niFtI
i wo iiMiii -m .m.i R
Also Jewellery made to order

We now have our
own skilled Jeweller
working on the pre-
mises which guarantees
quick deliveries and
reasonable charges.
20 Broad St. Phone 4644
a which your liuii-day comae and
according lo the stars. ^
oil inrluences. ctimuakt) wsrer*
HSaixa zlAaeal IS keen judgment, good planning are needed
AND used. Author:., scientists, secretaries,JaV
ajj rtrlal trades favoured.
* w.
TAUKTJ1 lould be pleasant if not extravagantly^
* April 21 May aOiiicn-saful day. You should advance some,
but don't reach for impossible heights or
insist upon immediate money returns. 3^
^f SJSJgtSJ ^"/ '* *
Mm j,, n Exctllent Mercury vibrations. This is.-
* YOl'h d;.j Ml W tail th.* capable, ambi-^
^ itous YOU. Investigate, study, research'
* Brain workers and most physical tasks
sponsored. ))-
^ OAKOBa. *
t* Jons S8Jmly sashould prolllable, progressive period .
for iron work, plumbing, building, hand-Jg"
^ ling vehicles, tools, etc Artistic matters
* lc*4 stimulated but can achieve.
Your Sun advise, caution in hazardous
.i.-i lot Don't
sDil leel nil are recep-*ga*
live or will nut be imposed upon.
^S- VIRHO ^ * .
* Aug. CSSept. 23 Happy, prosperous outlook. jBe equal toV
rraoon.iblt- dcii.,.nd>. take advantage of
new, good offerings. Venture some when
? you can add to income, security, family *L
happiness. ^^
* *
Work hard to further wtti aims and oLi-*aV
Day not overoxactiog nor too
ui. but beneflc influences prevail
nd you can glean their good. Dont ovcr-'sf.
fc July 34 Aag. 2i
Sept. 24Oct. !
Oct. 21 Not.
Not. asDec. 22
laorenci! Harvey- Mvia Uauton
(DIAL 5170
HtlllAV 4.45 8.J0 I'M
A oonUnulns
pa A if A BT0WN
FRIDAY 2.30. 4.45 g g.30 P.M.
* ronUnuIng to SI'S. 4.45 4 8.30;
* .
Slightly restricting influences since yester-Jfr
day only tend to make this a better day
for brain work, conferences, industry-
* if
lendly aspects going lo very beneflc one
er midnight. Without trying to force
-ults. use your best effort. Gains, ad-]fl>
ncement to be had.
M 7 M
Dee. as Jan. 21 A (ia. for stimulating accompliOimeni, JV
making new, valuable contacts. AND fln-
.-.hiug tasks. Brain work, physical prowess
^ both favoured. *gL
aqdarius aa? "^ w
Jan. 22 r*b. 20 Today responsive to sincere endeavours.
*vspecially where smart thinking and plan-Jfc
ning back It. The unusual in management
can bring fresh gain.
* 4>
Another fine planetary day in this should-
be progressive Pisces-month. No matter
w diffirult the job, or the day's general)^.
i make advancement.
. PlaOES
ft i^tt-Maaakab,,,.
. YOU BOBN TODAY Strong character, innately brave. ^
* honourable, ambitious, sensitive, above pettiness. Curb ten
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