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PAGE MGIrl ll.\KIIAIH)S ADVOCATE SATL'KUAV. All.1ST IC. 1MJ Bedser, Trueman Triumph on Sodden Wicket Fivr Indian Wickets Fall For Six Runs /;,/,/.7V < I r Oi-i Own Correspondent > LONDON. AllgU THE WRECKERS A;.. | once again pulv erif d the Indian batsmen and seemmi;h .. %  | 'n tha last lost agatng) Kn^land, Twelve oven ••( thunderbolts taking twi ckei saw ti-. men for only ita runs. TRINIDAD w/vs Know Your Cricket •t-am V M ? im mirnI -r 'hn' thou I ivn. On* dents i caused %  %  hocklBg openlni -.. %  fell ol MX. the Indian! %  ever wic k no run*. But whi kad Umrlthe battn %  %  %  t.Aai I.I thai disastrous day m This was the wrackei %  CRICKET LEAGUE VOTES (B) seKllim.KKl %  -e! ni*. D 1 \W 32 < • i.i %  .< ids Ground %  %  iid T (i %  os INurf 19—21. 15—21. A Mcndes beat A Howard 21 12. 21 18 A Mooli-han beat V. Gooding 21—7. 21 17. F. IV ridge 21 — 17, 21 — lit. Dr. N i beat C. Grvemdge IB21 13, 21 — 19 C With ll unphrov 21-111, 2115, Q V r Hiwd 21 IB 21, 21—17. I^ad. : ... will M | M YM.C.A %  M UM pot ptna tram meet wiU > Archer th > law whan port %  "cutting" known. %  and • %  through the re,.,,, ,,| :tV during %  %  %  scorinu .,• . them 2., %  defeat | with the rather thi n of victory. %  i pfao . n the Indian nnlngs on a rain sonke-i I procedure. 5.05 p %  v | !• Today'* H i to Bedser l. A Vic* S.Ofl p Central Wvtalon %  i ..mptons, with 12 points each. Brighton and St. Auu> to ex* >et I IMJ'.I. Today's Cricket Fixtures DAI %  I IMr.HMI I.IMI I lU*k %  I 11 M at Com SB) ON VISION : KAY %  %  %  was I rrarai %  i III*I um in 'ii i in %  UAH ft* M I.I -i i .II 1 SH ( 'Ulliliu" 'l I start ol th I within the 11<. J .i it tha tool Is "ii the line, but Srtthln ("cutting**) the itsxaan IK "out ot hiD trying thali ground bava baan bats b raaai rba ii.rightly B'V' I 'Antiseptics differ, don't they?' *Of course there are differences: ii could hardly be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance that Dcttol is used and recommended by almost every doctor in Great Britain.' DETTOL The Sale Way io Safely whenever infection threatens in your own home. %  •*-"• T. S. GARRAA AY Oft. BnJttl.-. llj LAW T.l hi within Dropped Hut BJ 100 -hundi %  hori pitched %  ,,. h i i makes a fine catch. %  of the cup 5.13 with | Keen Race t tubs II ... i a %  thi keen M „ . I abeit* .Hid si %  ive not droppt II .' Hid A %  I I • A Plrawkh i i' ,. <; Cl irki DTi II Batsman Urtiriug A batsman DS peel of the oats' %  ""• bul *• '"•'>" or hi* bat in hand '""' l * wlthou * con, nl i ,1 *l 'he opposing captain. only "ii the fall of .i wicktt. This should Into lalistlcians espeinave ruled that when lt batsman naa retired owlnn to till i •OOM oastr unavoidable causa, his inning* In recorded a^ Nut out" inii otharwtse .i; a complete inninato be re: as "Retired. Out". Particular attention is drawl to the material duatJnctlon iiet' retiring with or without t of the opposing Car this muitt undoubted ocaring on the method i big the retirement tM of the score. Another poir.' %  < %  Bbout t" ground with | in no %  rea of the pop] U lime but i'"i "( their ponbi KILL THAT PAIN! The liaimcol made by Dr. Esrl 8. Sloaa ilbe naa wkib UM tsg i) ii tamoui All over gw killini pain. run m na sacs AM* IKS AMO AHR1SS, %  AW at TM SACS, HOSQUITO AMD WUCT SrHB SSB ITHK1 CAM M KIUSD WITS "SUHSl'S." You can feel UM Uoslirg wumih of Slniin'i" dotes ran food. Oat • boiite today bul b lure to look for the picture of Dr. Esd S. Sloan < II ,Ui DURlH %  | another batsman bHOSJ^ 1 Water problems .., ,i Cm *••>' %  oeUsa*. Aiehi .1 A IUrt-*ooO ,. '. %  < I'' change in the ii: %  quick "ii bed S i2 i ovvl ll '" •iL n "OwniBti turns one U Ith three KamrEL eB .. 1ra t, %  ,| "" rrue rod! 12 Teleph lining ti re* ...Man,., they won Hie first innli ll nrt %  Manknd uiss io pull, round Dl i us ausumas ii. and skiea dolb vaUh mil point In the othei two tnaulU of th •TYa"' |h, •• St. John Baptist will be 5.19 p.m.. Manjrekni snicks i i form In the tlrsl thii eeinj ,: W> thej liav.lo*l all three gsmeoutright Patroleum starihli aaaaon outrtgnl Cyclone will i:, %  pUylng aaaui not ajnong the thn to Bs da si ii, ill) 5.22 p.m.. two balls 1 Ikin who makes no mi I 3.24 p m in consai Umrigar mlnui the mne || lakas io roach thi wnket and take guai iimomusiy ha plays u i ui and has his offstump yorked hv Bed*rt That was th nan-han.l nhppanl 1 b n I km t B#n b fbaahar May c Mm G.i,. Ahinwt WaftMM r>ol m.l Evan> c rhaiikai '• Ijikn nul ui.l sartrai T..lal BOWLING ANALYSIS 'I \t 1< S I fl rnaflk.r 33 S S| %  araehand Mil k-u u 23 M ik b i Early Lead 1 %  B have taken an early lead i s Laos u n|, |-, %  i" the Champions: Mn Baptist with 10 poll I S. J-5. J-J. Af, FWC.IAM1 HOWLING t present the Champion won last season b> SeBl %  Sargennt Villane Communlt) Hal] im Wednesday night. Due to i ndssindasatansuDg dslhu in tha nsni %  %  %  At thr i opportun,i. will '"' taken Li %  ; %  | team on the League, Hie touching scheme f<> young players gad umpires. In the South) Windward and I i i umpire %  .till iimutlLicnt r i :n. S.l"hl.i. %  % %  lie%  %  lining should %  • %  M ho "ill explain tele ire of registration. They'll D o Ir Every lime baVFER yOoi^ PALS A RlOE AUO THEY'RE^ALL. eotne TO THE GAME. "**" By Jimmy Ha ilo UNTIL THEy 6ET INT THE CAR*. THEN TMEVRE (50iN(5"iN EVERy P ACTION 8UT? 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SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, l*S£ BARBADOS ADVOCATE FAGE THREE Warnings In The Event Of Hurricanes At Least 15 Hours Notice FIRST STEEL MAN BACK ON JOB Expected From Puerto Kico ARRANGEMENTS have bei made by Government lo receive warnings <>f the approach of hurricane reconnised Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico •nd Trinidad. It is confidently expected that H possible u> of the approach ol u hurricane which is air..'1 with danuerous and destructive wind-, when II toachrs this UaiM. It may n*.t always be possible to tjyi eft timely warning and'precise Information In re*pec*. of storms which are in thru early stages erf development as they approach the Island. Such itorms will DO* veloped winds of ver> force by the Ume they reach the Island. It is considered that it will, however, be possible to give adequate warning of any storm which is likely to be accompanied by dangerous winds u it passe* over this Island. The responsibility of issuing warnings rests with th P Director of Agriculture and the warnings issued to the Public will be based on information received from the Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico and Trinidad and posstbly in some instances on local observations Warning* will normally be issued red lights one above the other, hoisted at the mmt heads of signal stations B> day snd night— Pottos will notify Chairmen of Parochial Committees, g#j l uuilying districts Loud speaker vans will toar the Island. Church and Plantation bell* rung rapidly and continuous1> for a period of a quarter of an hour. Two rockets or maroons will be nred in quick succession from Police Stations. Broadcasting arrangement', will continue If ..Me. either d Cautionary l{<-".ioiuil Labour Uoard Meets Pr> > P*s* l N. Jack, Act rue. %  ioner. Urilsd Guiana: W. M. Burtell. l.afaouCommisskmcr. i.i H ndtanUK FP. Braaour Offlcar. %  I>3tKHI. A Lre>m Istest** — A C. l>.u-.-Chei-. Ijib.ni' st. Krtts W as ti MBJOI s\ :i Orell, i -innei. OR E. %  loner. v. %  ird Island-; N. Pearson. < fflccr. Central Labour Organlsaiiov V i.i iv.Officer. 1 i Davalop%  ButtBrll SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC fn Carlisle Bay O-OrtM %  v. MOM ,\ '... -.. a* M fra I fill CaunasBor trnoonri l.\ suivn. >i \a*l T a M %  Na*'<*n ***> f-dy 4BRIVALM Aassn Petition Granted A HEATER In the Carneglc-Iuli ipany In Homestead. Pa., rd punched by oltlcer Al to the Public in two stages. The Warning or a Hurricane Warning first stage will be a "Cautionary has been issued, it Is found that Warningwhich will be issued the cdlirse of the storm or hurri•ither when it is known thai cane changes sufficiently to make stormy weather is expected to it pass this Island at a safe dwarfed the Island accompanied bv tance. then an "All Cleai" anstrong wind* which will however nouncement will be made to thjnot reach hurricane force, or ^blic This "All dear" an•vhen it is known that a well nouncement will be communii atcri developed hurricane Is approachto the Public in the folio win t tag the Eastern Caribbean area manner— and will possibly past in the vlclnAlbert Kern. U of Pittsburgh. Stawartx. Kelt), upon receiving word to report for work after Die of the steel strike, was the first employee to show up. flna trnnHirnalf GOUVTI auautr i Uhip Mi Justice J W B. Chencry m the Coui ( ol Ordinary yesterday morning granted .. the petition of MrU-ila J. Poster >l...rtk. of Hmrisbury Itjad. St. Michael (or letters of .idmuiistrauon to 'he est.H" o( her father. Edmund L. Dear. 1 Trutill I I -K W I iitrvtiii % %  • •*i Ha run *IM1I.. H-naa. SEAWELL AitaivAi.* \ nw i rin a-.i>* i .MB TriaMa* (1 UalrympW. E Di'vnpl, V D "law, K AM,1. Mill-" HennhLaaa D MM T .(*>> %  ,,. %  P Itv of this Island. A Cautlonan Warning will be communicated t the Public in the following manner— By day—A Flag with a black square on a red ground flown at the mast heads of signal staUons. By night—A red light hoisted at the mast heads of signal staUons. By day and night— The Government Broadcasting Station will repeat the announcement at Intervals of fiv* minutes for a period of half an hour. Signals will be lowered. KedirTusion will repeat It al suitable Intervals. Signals will be lowered. Sirens will sound Continuously for three minutas. In conclusion It should be noted Sirens will be soundod for one 'bat hurricanes normally approac) minute, three times, with f hla Island from a point .between an interval of half a minute Ea| t and East southeast This does between blasts, repeated "' niNn that the wind at the every quarter uf an hour ocginning of hurrl ane will blow for an hour. from a point between East and _. „ ... Sastsoutheast. In a hurricane the The police will notify the Chairwinds blow in an anti-clockwise men of Panaehlal Comml*manner around a centre and an tees and outlying district!, the hurricane approaches thr Loud speaker vans will tour Island the wind must blow from the I'lnnd. the northern quarter, usually heChurch and Plantation bells *ween North 'and Northeast will be rung rapidly at freAfter the centre of the burrlcant quent intervals for a quarhas >ased the wind must blow tar of an hour. from the southern quarter, if Broadcasting at Intervals will the centre of the storm passes to be over the Government the north of the Island, the wind Broadcasting set and Redifdurim; the hurricane will shift fusion. from north through east to south steST-ErfS k"3* ro '" "** hrou8h M "" ou,h there is a fully developed hurrlDuring the next few months cane in the Eastern Caribbean there may be disturbances in the %  ren travelling on a course which area which are quite unlikelv to would take it near to or over this affect this Island but whose pres%  slsml. A Hurricane Warning ence may give rise to rumours wiB be communicated to the PubAa every precauUon Is being taken lie in the following manner— t 0 inform the Public through the By day—Two flags, each with official warning, systems everyone a black square on a red is advised to disregard rumour ground, flown one above the which may cause unnecessary other at the mast heads of siganxiety and to wait for official nal stations information. Surrey Fails To Win Match Against Warwick (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, AUK15. SURREY haven't made certain of that championship yet. They were beaten to-day by Warwickshire and Yorkshire scored an unexpected but nevertheless creditable victory over Hampshire by seventeen runs. A declaration set Hampshire 193 runs in just over three hours, and although they made a brave attempt they lound the spin bowling of Wardle and Close too much. Close who I having a great season as an ullrounder and can only naii-owiy have missed selection for the fourth Teat now in progress, took six wickets for M runs. Jack Robertson uf Middlesex toYorkshire beat Rants by day became the third player to 17 rana. 2? np, 5? e i 2l00 run lnls %  u mr "' Yorks 2 10 and JI7 BtUS Robertson has preserved!his lor 7 dee'd.; Ci Mtin. -non of being the ordyfcufHants _. 2M „ nd ,each 2.000 In clow ^ tar U. Gleuoeater versus t .ri-.M-i Match Drawn. Gloucester 274 and 96 . 104 and 14 The appUcation, remarked upon by Hi* Lordship as an unusual >. on*, a/ai in respect -f an eatate of l one who, former!} of this island. was last heard 1 in 1933 aa residing at 43 Clarendon Road. Lewishjm, Knglund. and who is presumed tu be dead. Mr. J. S. B. Dear who. instructed by Mr. R. S. Nicholls. Sol.. ItQi of the Arm ut 1(. S NleboDj A\ Company. Solicitors, cited Halsbury to show that uftei a lapse of 7 years, the :ipp!ir;v be granted. Ills Lgardabip also udmitted |0 :>iubate^he will* of Clmu A. fJale. Siirali A. Esteibrooke. of St. Mktaal fcltsabsni Aiatyna al s. Jamas. J.mt A Layna al Cariatl iliuuli und Hubcit A Uarker St Gaorgc. DsrasTi % %  mi ROOM r-..u MM L'aaalaaiet S'in, o %  •innr auicn. Una Wimm Frank ajsan, mn wmab*< L" llcalr v. .,. IB. Cktt Marlati Clark* AatUaa I ..ibb. Vita tn, Fiana O NMW A,.. domeone's goin 9 S| to WIN WITH OVfR 70 YrArtb OF SPORT . 0. SMtOlNC fJHOS. LTD W//.V.W.I/.V-MW//AV. ; •''• '.V*V-'. I V-.1. I %  11. Joh< Aithm Wallace. Howl took off pounds of UGLY FAT iish ciickc.i-i %  t Wi Close became the first rrickete. this season to achieve the doubli of one thousand runs and OIK hundred wickets after taking the Leicester llrsl threv Hampshire wickets totor 8. day. His full figures are 1,083 Rnaaex versus Worcester runs average 17.34 and 103 wickMatch Drawn. eti, average 22.38 Sussex 179 grid JIM ..>r ff: SCORFBOABD ^WoreeAcf* **"* ^ "* ""eM Warwick i-..t Surrey by Worcener M ttl runs Warwick . 178 and 247 • %  for 7 dee'd. I w^*.-..-,-^, Surrey 7 4 and 116 I Hollies 4 for 48. Glamsrgan beat Derby by t wicket.. i Derby 1 82 and If] Glamorgan 140 and 140. for 8; Morgan 5 for 38. Middlesex bet Kent by 27 ran-. Middlesex 100 and 33? for 7 dee'd.; Sharp 110 not out. Kent 244 SIM '81 Young 8 for 35. COURTESY GARAGE Robsrt Thorn Limited Whitepark Road Dial 4616 JV.ST A It Hit Kit." WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose ot" tlgns is m tell without words. Here Is a Tnv bol that tells, plainer than any words, of whisky at its Hncst. . lovinglv Mended, lony matured, until it is HS noble a Scotch as ever came out Of Scotland. J\'ew Shipment of .. 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i' M.I rout H.IRHADOS ADVOCATE sATIROAV. 41'Gl'ST II, K|| l> I .A. Hums -IMW4 l cuss personally with official or other ii. icrested persons problems of directly loc; I earn the Chairman of British Overse:* A.' ways has shown an understanding an*( of the peculiar problems whir i must always arise in an area whei %  d not unification is tin ihng and dominant fejture of all I ..lies. At the same lime the availability of such an officer cannot help but Increase the natural if slow tendency for the residents il the British Caribbean territories 1 srd British West Indian Airways, no; 1 hoot of an Airways Company U4 from a dlstan' I their own airline; '*mg, or. it; budget and tuition with a successful British Airlines with an%  %  -. -' A Glwimy Siluntion canes ana BMSTUI %  <• ,n from all part* of the The nildile of the nineteenth < tout for Cc Ux-an. In ISSS he was perctntury MW a period of lncroa.in, any |WH Use p.uaded to give hi* advice and' production in the Island's *USBr unfamiliar, %  vshtuaDv an <. %  ..-guidance U> St. Kltta and Antigua; industry. As the century grew seer, named J. B. Pilgrim. c;n -tasted certain *ugftx! asASTj the economy of Barbados, across some str.mge little plar.' 'an? experiment.' When St. i resttng as it did almost entirely that be couhf not identify. vat visited by volcanic, o ausar; continued to oV, fajily discovery was (.romp'.l> Battens In 1 SOS and 1807. he was] stable. The rvasuns for that are to Bovell who '*i out ih>. i to repoit on the! 'not far to cck. There was a steady seedlings In a field by Ihemselv.o.-imag*. In 1S09, when Puertoi (increase In the population, yielaIn due cm irst mootRico's sugar cane was attacked! ing plentiful supply of labour. I by J. W. Parr is—that the seed by diseases, hi was invited to in-. Steam factories were graduaUy ' *us *r esM mold germliule vi*ti£atc the ravage* on a numtaking the place of windmills and under certain conditions — was ber of plantations The Following ..icjter ;tttcn|ioo wai being jpven proved to Bovtll'i .Usaactlon year ho travelled to St Crouc at to the application of manures. when the seedlings at Doric* ,in 1917 he was invited by the itason for the economic distress fe*or Harrison, working together governor* of Guadeloupe and ran now came upon the Island proved the fertility of sugar cane Martinique to investigate the sugar was that the price of sugar had atsd by dual Kerminatl"i test, industry In the French colonies dropped very sharply. The conliEl this happy reana his report led to the esiabnent of Europe had found another suit. Bovell and Harrison turn-d lishment of an agricultural eM>eiisouroc to supply IW sugar needs, their attention to a number if ment sution in Guadeloupe. Countties like France. Russia, vital ev,H.rim'-i,!fi dealing with Even SI Domingo and Jamaica Belgium and Holland went in for the cfTcr-i of manure on theultomneted with other islands to the production at sugar beet an*! Wvatlo BUfU cantie Main Bovall*S advice on the agridecided to help the new laoustrj %  ' culiuiv of the sugar cane, with bounties or grant* that range. I ' must not be thought that from one pound to five pounds %  'ii'tv of raising new laasffSjai in west Indian per ton. The sugar producer on %  '"K av rftT "" frr, ni >ac. agriculture su limited to the ulUvsjtion of sugar cane. He was InWrsiacd in m-.uy other the continent made a good p.o;.: In his home market and could the i ffoia to sell hli surplus sugar to England below cost. That \ is dUast.oui for Uie Wel Ind. n planters who could not sell their ufi.ii to the European countries lecausc the latter Unposi-d hiyh '.aiifts to protect their own p < %  uceis from outside competition. It was a gloomy situation and uo one seemed to know the way ut of It. Even nature appeared unwilling to help and drought following drought, helped to nw&r the outlook even worse. In l!.. critical period of decline, the oiil> thing that made rapid progrcj was a stiange fungus disease iii.ii attacked the steins and roots ol the canes. The West Indies had already been forced to the melancholy conclusion that the Bourbon cane, on which the sugar Industry n these coionJes depended, was apldly becoming exhausted. And the tarrible b utfe soon became IOHN REDMAN pOVttS. i aiding the cotton industry of Batbados, and took no little pride In the various strains of Sea Isumd Cotton which he 1, Hoped Appropriate Memorial >w,incnts with sugat can* seedlings turned out .<< be a matter of international imn- tann*. At about the same time similar investigation' were being lUkdtvtaktn In Java and by -ii..n.' io-incnieiice, the fertility %  as was estobUshSd v, ithin six months of Bjvell's (.iscovery. Dr. Benecke of Java happened to be several months Ol Boveil. but neithei kSsfW of each other's experiments • is tune. While J. W. Harris must be given the credit lor first discoverir.K .in-gar cane seedlings. Benecke oni buvell di-stive recognlUon (or of stanbeing the Mrs* to realise the %  (.trntial valu of cane seedlings-. %  pits of the ser ppar.nt to all that the Bourboii nlng u.ows Uu> hau sustained n cane, in lt unhealthy condition, the recent past, thi plantan bad Wo. k.ng sepaialely with a vast was more susceptible to the eti ange not lost the courage and resilience ^stance between them, they were d is c aso than any other variety. that had distinguished their anpioneers In the search for new It is small wonder that the oSMors. Seeing %  glimmer of hope varieties to Improve the cultlvaImrbadian planters, whose ancesin the investigations of Bovell and tion of sugar cane. After his first lore had survived all Ow ravages Harrison, they gave the latter their l U OCSSS Bovell continued with his of hurricane and drought, peatiready co-operaiion They welopenments ano propagated many leuce and aocial unrest, began to coined the ni.iiun.il >xpcrimeiits sugar cane seedlings and hybrids, falter in fact of a situation ovei with sugar oane and adoplea whatSevern] of these, including the which he had no control. A sueever suggestions were m ids foi famous B.H. 10 (12), were t< cession of poor harvests and fallIncreasing their crop in order to be the means of saving the suga. ing prices had brought many u off-set the low prices Hun prevailindustry not onh in Barbados but the ruin of bankruptcy. Tnosf n ~Tbs llHCSSMd use of arUflelal In other parts of the world, who remained saw their resources manures, as a direct result of the It Is well to remember that dwindling steadily away. Thsy experiment' at Dodds. produce.1 Eovell had no highly ttaineu resorted to the methods that lea the bumper crop of 1890 and specialists and no well-equipped to inefficiency. They employed brought the Island a welcome laboratories to help him in his less labour, used less manure and measure of IT U-f. invesugationa. "Wh'n I asked the imported fewer chemical fertlli, .. -,_. Governor of Barbados. Sir William sem. It is not surprising Uiat the £* lnd,a Kcj"tn noblnson," Bovell once wrote, "to plantam seemed to loose their Hul Uie 8ravc !" 1 !" "Hi reallow m e to carry out the sugar traditional lighting .->uirlt and mamM lo be tackled. It was hncane expe lments and Informed found It Increasingly diftlcud ••> K ,lJtlv ^ >'t -" alternative shout 1 him that Harrison was willing; to maintain th high standard <>f "*• """ ul '" r ""' '>urbon cane, help, he Informed us that we •ulUvnUon on which the Mand W ** BD jd '**** o* n u chlut could cairy thorn out but that we • lad long niidod itself %  ; '"' r "' lnt %  Grid's sugar supmust not aitk for any money; and Par.iwarhiiMT Vvnnrinu.nh pl v bl hud now <-'P* under *> for somo time I had to buy a I-ar-reachinc r.xpi'nnicnts Ihe ilIUlckji of the rungus diseaacs quantity of choinlcal, botanical -di.rinV JJifLT £ JZOH !!!£, SI,1Ctf hls appointment %  Sups*taand biological apparatus, and for fr ,hf i-u, ,K K > 5^, tendent of Dodds, Bovell had been *<-", in sxIdiUon. to pay an i^n^JSr^Tf^!!!^ !"-*? engaged in experiment,,! won;, assislant out of my salary.^Such arictics of canes from stipulation would scorn fantastic I man Dovel! como forward to serve ZSS Uni ZTATL Iellin varieties of canes from *• atipulaUon would seem fantastic ,...iai -Uu u i .S'. £< the Botanical Department of Jato the modem research worker, %  SlSK^n.. J,l tT la,ca Now wlIh dtowtw la^'n$ yet wa in ""^ circumsUnces without his genius and hat oflftl hl sugar induslrVi hc rcso i vtl | l0 that Bovell carried out experlTZ nTV^ I ;K R !,"'; ""^i'yhisstudyofnewvanene. m-nts that were to have farruiofi, Barbados and the West .Sued ..( Ins seedlings as cane from r 'achinir .esults. Such U the debt indies would hove fallen Into ,-u,e Bourbon variety were inm:.!!>hat th*"> eleven years latei hlp wag established in his name Out at tho time it went almosi rhal Sir Daniel Moms, then head it Imperial College of Tropical completely unnoticed. Though ot ln Impcrt.il Department of Agriculture In Trinidad. The Parris's discovery rscssvad little Agricultuie, publicly called attendecision of the Barbados Govern^redence at first, the opinion ""n to the value of seedling cane* ment in 1337, nine years after his icdily gained ground Uiai "> the groat bailie to save the death, to award two scholarships the seed of the sugar cane West Indian surar industry from In every three years, to the value was fertile. As Bovell grew uo. iuin. In recognition of his services of £150 each per annum for three he came to hear of tho alleged * n research worker, Bovell was years, together with free tuition, discovery of 1850 and ht< curiosity appointed to take charge of tho piovided the sort of memorial that was aroused. When ho was np' |,,| L work in Barbados as Agrlculwould have gladdened the heart pointed Superintendent of the tural Superintendent of sugarof the man who worked with Dodds Reformatory and Industrial r S'"' experiments. single-minded devotion to advance School In 1883, he began, with the Bovell s reputation now bcgiu* ,he cauBt ' tropical agriculture, permission of the Government, to to travel beyond his native land. ,v.„. --*— %  — I work on the testing of varieties of C, vice: soon .*gan NeXl HESEKT GBEAVM). No. We Couldn't licbusik Tin Men Of The Air The Saints and Sinners Club *iv.'ciali**s In the pleasant art of Uebunkery. Pomposity has %  rough time if It rears its head, and fa'se modesty is shrivelled QkC a rfiiitn. Bookmakorseditors, comedians, Lawyers, ssntlmentsllrts. satirists and pollHciana -vou will find all or them In the limited membership. But last month the chairman, Frnnk Gentle, branched oui. We held an aviation lunch, and when It was o\cr STOr y oU knew that something signiflcan' and even ; memorable hi I happened. In that fathering rsi of the sjreameis ami mad me who Jladii |he Rrst strplani and nTt tlir:t-,. And spruiktc among !• HuSlll WSt of to-day who rare world BJ If II bigger than a pond. Flvini; Pijr There was Sir g^dorkk Handley Page, who at 67 years of ago speaks as If he is making himseli he. rd above i: nine. 'They said the German planes would be better than ours." he said. "Theweren't!' 1 Near him was Lord Brsbagon, pilot No. 1. who. on ore of his first flight*: m those far-o't i Pig with him |o pi tva that phpi can fly. "Did thoy put it in a No. It sold for idiom live shlUmgS above Its market price vidod an Eng'.i-h d nner." Bader. who refuses to stay on the By lleweiley lf,.v.* r ground for more than a few days at n time, jested well ami moved us deeply in ihe process. George Ward and Laddie Lucas, young veterans of the last war in the air. looked with proper respect upon Sir : who aj-*. B.OA.C. on ,w cfffflcult course around th*wn id. There un were those \. :ti avass, l*ll|Jl* TBHTDS I with an ironic pen The next da> at | Of Commons there were two tunetlons in adjoining prlvaU i %  German journal..iher was given by wi'tlam Teehng in honour of the Japanese Ambassador %  ll.no mid us that the lost the devotion r hiJ people. Ii I lion as a lie ii |h lie.id ol tin' family." i bsvra alwayi boUovo WAS a bad day when we ended the Anglo-Japanese alliance. Tt reI rastrsanlni Inlluence on a nation which was unceasingly dominated by arrogance and fear. But America insisted, and we boweo to her will. This Liberty ? In a week lowded with events I had some doubu aboul accepting the inv tatiot, io attend a party Jt he Poluu, l^nbassy to celebrate ffi tt 5J2_J* r,ary of thal country's Poland'., luwration? Was that Lei" iST 4 ,itabbcd h c 1" the back while ..he was lighting for t U r£i"ur S !1St H,Ut r s bUu kneg? Was It (n the last stages of IhO war when the Warsaw Resis tance Movement struck n the t.ermans and the Hussions did not movg o sold:.; t u help. Or pcrhap* iae celebration was .n honour of the day when Poland • %  \changpd her Nasi masters for tlie men ..r in* Kremlin. .Wsshlcss digs company Uiat githercd ai the Bmbassy in Portland place. There were lots and 'Ota of ur Left-wingers caviaro nd vodka arsrs to be had, but not even the politeness of a llU make me say that it was a merry party. I met one of the Russian 5mssnssd rather '. Perhaps he is uutloui % % %  >• new Ambassador Groanyko who may make changes. %  iue Russian naturally wants lo r;un to his beloved it may not be 'o go to the next world before hi* time. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday — On behalf of ihe standpipc masses I hereby protest against the turning oil of the Fountain water. How can it depress the majority of the island's inhabitants, who have no running water in their homes or hovels. if the few thousands who pay for this privilege have to content themselves with a trickling shower ? One of the things which give satisfaction to the waterless masses is the sight of the water gushing from the Fountain. Even the expert says that only a small saving of water is made when the Fountain does not play. Why then be so niggly ': Let it play at full blast! Only one person in sixteen in the United Kingdom has water in their houses but do they stop the fountains in Trafalgar Square from playing? You bet they don't If people can't have water in their homes they like to see it playing in their fountains. Turn on the Trafalgar Fountain and .1! up tin Bl is sea tution Lake. If water Is Scarce let's hove a rationing scheme but hands ofl the Fountain, say the standpipe community on whose behalf I am proud to speak (Loud huzzas and cheers from the Civic Circle). Tuesday — Pardon mv standpipe laugh. know it's vulgar. But I can't help it You see they have built a lish shed at Paynes Bay. And in this shed they hava erected a concrete slab. And do VM know how the concrete slab is bein used? That's right! the wise boys n the neighbourhood sit upon it and id! fish stories Further along the beach in the hean of cast-off-c loth ing land, a centre for thf just-over-teen-agers is growing. I hope soon to get some support for my sol< clean the beach campaign. Or perha,) the younger set don't see what I see Wednesday — Couldn't we have a bit of bin next June during Coronation WeelImpress the Government Water Bon enlist ("Barbadoes" if necessary) t!i Pocket Players and slage the landing at Holetown all over again? Think of the fun and games! All the hoi polloi (thai's you and me) could stand around wea ing Jacobean dress or Arawak grr skirts according to choice. There wcuid of course be oceans of drinking, a catr-i or two and the inevitable steel-bard Capt. Raison and the Police Band and the musical horses would be given week's holiday. They deserve it. Th* whole exciting performance could In filmed by the British Council and showi to school children in England to make them Empire-minded. We've got to d something to compete with the Caribbean Festival that's just ended in Hoi'.i Besides I get a bit tired with the s.iu old parades by the Police Band. Don' you? There would of course be sonu connection between the Pageant and tin Throne. On June 2nd there would be most dignified and traditional Barbadian ceremony during which the name "HoL-' would be decorously buried and w.e.f June 2 1953 the capital of the St. Jamc? Coast would be Queenstown or if that'? not good enough Elizabethville. But in any case we've had enough ul the Hole. It's too shabby for the mii> eral coast. P.S. To mark the breach with the past the wealthy residents or property own ers of the Platinum Coast will (I hope) present the people of Baibados with miniature open air Greek Theatre and a large fountain on condition that the fountain is never turned off. Thursday —People are asking whether Temple Yard is the Valhalla of hawkers! Friday—The big advertisers are missing ar opportunity. The country shops of Barbados are to say the least not pretty The advertisers go along and ereci signs. Drink. Eat Relax etc., etc. What they should do is combine ad vertising with shop improvement. A coat of paint: a couple of flowering pou. a cluster of hibiscus: would have mou effect on the passerby than a metal sign. And the more attractive the shop th; more business. Besides tourists like and everybody wants tourists. Becaus i without tourists we could not afford I buy the spoons to stir the sugar In our sweet water. Saturday —I hope the Fisheries Officer ha read about the latest CDC Flop. It sees. that something like a quarter of a m I lion (sterling) has been consumed ll search fur sea-fish off the Seychelles. They found it seems more shells ths fish and are selling out their stock. It is iust possible that some of the net and a trawler or two might be obtained for the local fishery experimental s.? tion. P.SWith seaweed in the news a:i.' gelatin in short supply can anyone tell me why we see so little sea moss? Tlvy tell me it crawls with vitamins. P.P.S. For North Americans only : "It's cooler in Barbados (See Breeze passim.)" Advt. CANASTA PLAYING CARDS (Complete with Instructions) S2.28 per Set PATIENCE PLAYING CARDS 72c. per Set ADVOCATE "STATIONERY Mwtttbuui YOU'LL NEED Galvanised Pipe— W *}* 1V" Copper Pipe I" W i" 1\' 4 and Fittings in Galvanise and Copper Galvanise Water Heads, Down Pipes and Eave Gutters. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 FIBRE SUITCASES & LADIES' OVERNIGHT BAGS & LEATHER AIR LUGGAGE & GLOBE-TROTTER TRAVEL BAGS And may we remind you that we are also displaying in this Department, our new WOVAX RUGS & CARPETS Permanently pruofed uuuinst molhs :nnl ull Wool Pesls IN ATTRACTIVE COLOURS AND PATTERNS Siiei range up lo 72" x 45" in Rugs, and up lo 9ft. x 12ft. in Carpet! Da Costa & Co., ltd. EX JOY THESE ttill, SVllSKiBAXI, ^COCKTAILS ''"-;oOn lens Be*. Whit*. Greta Cticese Tooth Picks Pruoft. Peanut Butter Ollves Carr's Crackers *WWRRXM P Dates Celery Ilrsrts Vienna Sausages Anrliovles Antl Pa^te Lobster Lobster Paste Kipfirr* ri/TWTsT 7 ) Kill 1 COOL Gold Braid Rum deserves It a j% -/^~v' ^ — . COLD BR \ID 3-YKAR-OLD RVM PHONE GODDARDS-WE DELIVER



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SATVRDAY, AUGUST 16. 1M2 BVRBADOS ADVtM VTl p vr.r FIVE C.J. Confirms Rates In Yonkers Case Progressive Co. Petition Accepted By Vestry .RDSiilP il„. Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collyiii th* Courl of Common Pleas yesterday dismissed with costs the petition of the Yonkers Motor Omnil Ltd.. objecting against the rales the St. Michael Veatrv laid upon them for 1952-53, and confirmed the Vestry'. I ale.-.. i tli cisiur. came after three days hearing—Wednesday and Friday last week, and Thursday this week. The Vestry had assessed the Company at $644.03 in respect c,/ a protit of Sc,:ZM. but they claimed that they had made ivi front during the previous year from which the Vestr" basing its rates. I Una in side; but upon from thai IHrrr which nus CY npanka objected to are many discrepancies us between laid upon tin .1 a ,„i i].,. „,., In In* ono 1: :. • huh cannol be expbilKsl. Co. brought agaiim the Veatrv, Umtmmtt \...\n, %  Hi. Uordahip >„„, ,„,, vJSg; The c !" J^ ^iST,,, one ',1Z.?," rU '.,'. h ,*.,' hc '""'-'' %  -'*• %  ' >^Sitesteo auditors and ESfL.,f **J l\ X" 1 ""' eventually by aa, rli ^L Vosll > h "'"W „ Mr. Cuk* ana admitted peel •nil the book, rlepi^cededtocx:..,.,,,. B, obtactad th. .... i,„ bantu gat. .„. lou3 „„„„. .. • %  .H U 2 '"' '7, ""• V u> lh f" 11 *Return. Boo „l, , i 2„-JfS they would accept tie have previously mentioned API urleturn. ui that Company. I Da, hid „,,„, ,, p ,.,„,,., ,,,„ llol h v .^.^ ?T? '"? %  ",' .. 5 -^ ?8 ln respect lo, or did not take account ^Sn £ II^ !" ^*^ co^s .SLnSrsa wL K Mr r. II aVS !" .U~.i...j true "Icture of the accounts In tun ynieroay morning. Hit Lordv r %  V,? I K T i,J?Z ? Ttew %  •' "" %  PP" ." the Dallj h'P lh Chief Justice Sir Allan ISSJa "li 1 M;,.T' v„'" .i 1 ": Return. Book and Ihe Highway. Collvniore. Kt., welcomed on be1 ."-f" Ye„-wo.l 4 & Transport Book. £•" nil Ml. Justice [fS.'ffiSS '•" '•'',"' Individual Iradcrs.TradihK ComCl: %  •" d S. Husband. tor the NationalI Una Co. atoo pan ( „. shouln k ,„„ ^ to the Local Bar. and admitted E % ti %  ''',,'; r i tr ;' T ""• a rcou "" %  """ % %  ""Sri£S ,c " f-. w. wmirt, instructed „> ihc rleiUiiB* If trHt*r IIO-M -. ,h ,,l,r nd !' Solicitors, represented l„e 22SE ."_' !" ?!2 JJ12...1S Man. Progressive Co. HI. Lordship "id: "By tnclr r^r."^T^jr.^ ^-^2 the jury box. ns welT as friends Founder Of L.S. Aid SocieU Q .Ci Rangers I Stresses Aims For People Return Fram MR. HILBERT WIl.KI.N SON, organiser and I of the American Aid SocMty tnc f i th* Wet) [ndits, tolu i, gathering including lay leading social winkrrs 01 Barbados at Bethel Hall on Thursday nigh., oj the work thai ihe Society yam doing for the destitute people of Bar-1 the West 1 ,. Mr. Wilkinson, a Barb.id.an n the USA (or the p..-' 5S years, has his Own priming establishment. He arrived here recentIv visit, his second in live yean Trinidad Slalten Queena C o I I e I ned to the ulan by the MR. C, S. Hl'SBAMIS C. S. HUSBANDS ADMITTED TO BAR BY CJ. : members of the bar, some 8BJ?.W ~i"/ S n, U u ,V,rTl,?'a'lcu!'a,c Br 7, U :'„; oJner^l.ttroouee!;* ^S22 f the parish o( St, Michael sivlne a Usable nrofl" ccount n ** *<*,o* them ar* to Their' Lordships, and said: a. *5 Sfl for which he t woSd JS"*"" 1 < f.l. .Uowms may"May tt please Your Lordships. bi Mwoi * for an occasional en or, irader* I apply ihis morning for Mr. cuf%  %  mm t . i, 0 Kern i yesterda,*' niommr by : .I'aaaslUa t'haJlearf-r from T; i.i dad. In charge j'. (ne girls were Hi Mia C Jordan and Mi I I %  tv Pickering. a It I) While in Trinidad, th*girl-. camped at Ihe Trinidad Girl I Guide Headquarters at rVlm<>;K the £ I) %  I* They made tnpa to San >".-ns.ir < I \ Hrea and Point-a-Pierre. >' f'oint-u-Pierre they were take-i around the oil Ihe Camp Commnndant W-M I* IIK.1* Nurs and s.ic • %  %  wilted by Mi.-a Ufivl Skee he) remained h Trinidad for and is slaying with his rail Itoudai tives in Bank Hall Road. I %  corporation. I the meeting wabill Ihe met H ln MlM Jimtan and M ii IIccklCK who Intr^-iuceti I I I %  ,,,,.' :cki-iing led the Advoeate y. Mr. Hi Inert Wilkinson and his pie ...id wee Irjtinj tht-i, b terday that t>e.r visit *ui ve i Mr. Otwav Wilkinson an" f jucceealul one. ie Tim.d .1 BarbwUaa who La %  promm 1L? !" ver> no,, P Ufll,u ' ; mb of the Americanthey aald. Aid Society I 'ho*e returning yeaterd n Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson. expUinM..V Jjere: M( C. Jordan, Mis* I ir. s his mlaaloo to Barbadoi told "''. ABdollM K", that It was not incorporate.! u Mnndene King. Anita Lawaat quite a number of POPI %  d only handle p th. Leila Maseoll Patnnj M..xwl would do all m their power be $044.03. The Yonkeri Motor Omnibus Co. Ltd in their petition dccUred thai they should not have been rated apply i c?nnot expect relief from the taxford S. Husbands i to be admitted lng authorltlea or fiom the Court, to practice In the Court or this In the circumstance* of this ease, island, wilh-ut finding it nccessurv to gu Mr Husbands was bom in Bar^ ratinthe lnto gna^r detail, the oblections bados on the 5th August. 1928. the It is for the Petitioner Best and Clanta Jordan. 'Challenger' Taking Sugar, MolcAHes For Canada ppnsafed In any way and the work to see ttu* the Instructions of the cballaiurar under the commai j.-'i.-ena.) K.( (Wanmni 4j C^ilnli i.-l-U 6t-til ..HI aM.I .kill . ^* ... -. He said that proper books were kept and the organisation was run on strictly business line;. The member* of th; Committee comprising Barbadians worn not comI erformed by \oluntarlly. them to substantiate their claim for re„.., the objectioni. • of the Company must be dLsmissed f 1 0 ,h f nt r A S. Husbands ^TITS w'h <^ -d ** rate which they L*^J&? !" *& ?&? Plantation, St, Lucy. He was edu%  f. The Vestry Is authorised under JT^L""i^vSrl" -^^'"1"^ taled lhp P"^ School. St. the Act to_rate the Company which ^.^Lvt n?^ t .^ c ^ an ( '"' ^ took his flnab to the The D;.i|v Returns Book of the I !" 7W r lh,s ^ om P*-n>Examination in December Compsmy was m nev dencc and Sl i?"^^!? ^ COrt ,MI nnd w calle<1 to ,h E,1 " ie rtleJlosii es \verc sho 1 u,(l bc *<>*<* the Company. . h Baron the I3lh May. 1832. eleiid .in, SST3^ i lZ Hu Larashl P d lh l >*"-w 'Subsequent to taking his finals. e^mnlri Vh£ -122 ^ e h u St! no di51>ule about that DUt l!,c aur •*• took a post final course lasting Zill B ^ £ SS t,on w ln rt *' ,ccl f how mu ">' 'w three months from Pebruary !" ^ n ?1 ^ rta y fi Normally, he thought it to May this year, nnd in addition appears in it. On the 3rd of July. might ^ ,„,. the firsl day ))( tho |o lhl u uill Certlfteata of Call, }H JTSJ^li V? 8 *^T 'l? 1 hree cases, and for yesterday, for I have hero a Certificate regaxdl!Zi y J<^2ifcr£ C \ \ i ' il w vW" from the start that ing that Course which -hows that f^ J!f^ .1'^'." ,? > e ^a^** !" M have to be tried was Indeed n thorough and useOf that book are $252.34. An addiseparately ful course for a gentleman about tion of the figures in the respective Mr u^ rrow 8a jd that the lo undertake the practice of liit i amount lo that. wUr.c^es had to attend the Court profesaton ~ •ach day when the other cases ,'i're being heard as there never any knowing when tney 1 would be required. He had intii ed from the first day when He said that the k" kifts of clothing irequently to Barbados to be distributed among the poor people anil then wen itirnuurs which apparently came from this island th.n bed P Mtaed the Committee of the So* i ing that the people or whom tne gifts were Intended, got little cr none of them. Such rumours beto nffrct th. done Society were carried out and thai distributions would be made to the i ca.'e. of Commander Victor Clarke, arrived here yesterday moimiv from Trinidad with 120 tons cargo to be landed. This cargo Ktiginated from Australia, Coli bo and Trinidad. Already tho ship has been loading 2,500 tons of sugar at Britl Guiana. She will now take a lo.nl of 3,600 tons of sugar while Ll fire at Brevilor Plantation, Carlisle Bay. Peter, at aboul ItM pjn. on in addition to sugar, the chal work of the We\n servant of the public to aid these Courts in the just and fair administration of tho law, and I shall only hope that mv efforts and aspirations will not b^ in vnin." gives you this redpv "f rhTER'S ... cake supieme Willi ii covering i.nd filling of PCTEB*8 chocolate cream neat friend* win love u and th? women too And nut a crumb will thev leave for roUj WIM CHOI'tll.AT: (AKK HirREMK. Crepm cup butter <•< mardartne and 1 cup sugar A d be 1 11 >.!; the totals :.pponrtiig in the right hand total column, regardless of what the true additions were. There Is alto under revi<*w Chi further hearing brought by the Mai thi John who mal-treating her half-year-old child 16th July -A tht ~— ..j „, m pnWBW i j-~,.; % %  %  Police agains. l <1 for ne welcome, the kin' s charged with temBt ks and the kind warning jLlWi'u ("'eii TIIV nuniuir t^" 1 "" 11 John pleaded ttuilty to the hat ( vsr> additional good barrlsrharge at an eariier hearing, and ler (, nil asset to any Bar. M* it was expected that Sgt. Gill who ..j m i s in he a good barrister Highway, & Transport book and pro secuted would have given ev:'^Deeply conscious of UfcanoW ihe explanation of the Managing denc y ^„ traditions of the English Bar o' Director about the number of pasThe matter was adjourned yeswhich 1 am extremely proud and %  nsjen earned wmdn e"erns n terday because Sgt. Gill could not hapay to be 1 member. I shall — ^ %  %  .1 by the otherattend the Court due to illness. cverv o"^'lon endeavour as THE FAMOUS "JONES" HAND SEWING MACHINE Obtainable only from . HARRISON'S • SIMPI.K TO 1MB • SILENT AM) I FFICIF.NT • IN ACTION Mnkrs a Perfect l.ml lilch on all inalcri %  Hnts\ illk 10 ilubi jcQUABANTI I D Hi (.<• a I.ilrlinii. ... • NrrvM Caah Price. Complete >vilh 1 v.r ONLY $99.16 Hire Purthe*e Terms Arranged SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTOBS DIAL 3142 OR 2364 YOU MUST REALISE SLEEPING COMFORT IS YOUR GREATEST COMFORT o SO SLEEP ON A SIMMONS BEDSTEAD Now la stock .... COMBINATION BEDFTEADt-BlM 3' -tfiB 38 each BEDSTEADS BUo 3' 3"~139 S3. 142.60 each BEDSTEADS-Site 4' 6"—130 83 to 851 87 each SPP.1NOS SIM 4' r>" from 829 00 lo 868.01 flls* P H" from $36 86 to 840 76 CANApIAN INNER SPRING MATTBESSES-Sisa 4' I 192 67 nnd 8111 31 PILLOWS Siia 17" BV—ll 88 •SCO „ 18" x 26"—17 55 eseh CAVE SHEPHERD Sc CO.. LTD; 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. .YOMIhul lh<' lliirrirniKSvaunm I i Xpproarhinfi KCtP A HANDY .. EMERGENCY 1st AID OUTFIT Only 3, A Set ALSO KI.ASTOPLAST PLASTKRS KI.ASTOPI.AST STHIP IIRKSSINCS J. & J. COTTON WOOI. BANDAGKS, ETC. N.B.—Keep TORCH II \1 I I Ull s within eav reach K.MKHTS DRIC STORES — All Rranrbfs HOY it i i is a Guard against li\FU TE1\'3EA I %  %  %  %  %  %  81" %  %  %  %  1IHI\A (HOWS known throughout Barbado* as the Brit



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAT, AUGUST 1, IMI CLASSIFIED ADS. TELERRONt ZS0B pim.it SALES R£AL gSTAl'K DIED o.Fi \Ft-On Angual IMh 1RM. I reatdaikce Dougttlsr. Vil'age t rtslrew Allan Or. .* %  -ire %  : U fiiril learvra me aba** ** %  M 4 M Dm. '.,.,. Andrew mUh enure*. DU, lHv* twtuuw Kaanelh, Lwd. Ci. i Orln. Arth-.u ichildrem IN Long days, hang iu*u aftr bar* hav to I bf JCvei •srsr.i. Thelma Josei.h inpughtrrai. liocl IMIdrri. Doldren lahn I or ret U. Deldre. It. W li. IOH HRVYT HOUSKS A nk.. taHf.Wa.bWTB rjrti with running aui al VgaUftc. CnriM Cinnch. I Gai.rrle', "isWt[>i,o:i or Sittlng-roMi i and all N>iIntN Die; tltw Ik a M—li FOR SALE V*rk>aa prM R Brome. 91 Michael lioi'si PM AUTOMOTIVE i HM> built boar* .ningi* nouae i V vltli ahed i App.r to Roy William-. rYtft Villa**. St (Ah -Ol >iill:i Ml Contact K i pom %  nlllu gal lei' fAH-fiflwl Ford an pood waiKUu •er COnlMl Cr.ll Uiitodlord. Iv> I %  B I H t U in i .>n uir Mam II trtsraM atata L, %  J* ot apalji "Oarltoni-dt^iM Piiaw Haaoan. Dlniiur Roon [nd other mods** naimmif* Phoi %  UsB IU,Sn PririHM aa. Hir CA.1-IW Morrla Oatford .oM Mijea '.ath Garage, a aervanU' ruotni and aa-rvsnte' toilet in yard %  Several fruit treee ImpavUon b appointment Dial J"l TRe auVove will ba aat up tor sole .iblic cotatpetition .1 out oiBee In Lm Ireel on Prlda>. Had |il 13--CARRDfCTON SEALY. I OMMpI >od lyraa. Nf i d iaod l.iiHJ i taj 4 Grota* i'ln %  Italttiln. low nulr.gr IUC.-nUy oi inaulatl A WlttUit. Air. FTlLI ina 4WT. 16 I 4n WAITED Sparkling glass •THt IfHIMiTAOar* •IWala at tba MIIPT of Whlta Parli and Country Road Bi.dina: or, abaul IH.O*.' aquara (a*t of bnd rrln Tti* Hoi Oal p • 1*! m AM^Ur.f Shrla*bam Unfyr. r^.a IM Sap Murwali: CoaM. At tr aa t iva frail burn rfendanti Df purauancc of an Order In Ihu • Court in trie above action nu>ii> on (hiflat da of July. IMS. I cm nil peraoni lnvmf any aMSM, IKI( H illnlrii room, tutht bed ___ draaalns rooma. wa,ler am rleelrle ll|tit InapecUon ^"# day Sa. bnm t'n and lour. nfT.cl.nil all that certain piece i Tf.a above will ba aat up lor aala at of land iltuata naar Malroaa In public competition at OUT irtRce. lurul Oi ol Saint Thomaa ana Itland Btrerl. on PrlQn tbe SInd day of /u>uat' b^doa rontalnlnf by — p.m. rood lhlrty-Be parc^eia ot tharaabout CAIUGNGTON *. SSALY ELKCTRICAL Vr3r.a:ni id I4J I ,•• I*', with Co.. Ltd It a it p.. ml le p-rI IlarI M rt* 5197 FLAT a. MOVSE r-Oli lu-mahed. fct l**r*-e an*daev Phonr M09. M.a.u—t i.ii eLAT—TdB V .1. HatMU lta. F.n TijfciO Sxvaari:iL'l' Cpol — Avall-i> InuJiwj: ilaly lor |1 to ,1 moitha — L"rid< ] mi>i Rrldfcluwn Appl> Mra D t mr.. IB a M—H. RtXJdUTAITLT RaScn Court A badroomi and a Apply -XIIX C RjOOMi tiedioo—1 %  9Urt lor thremonin-. Sei,timb*T lo Novamlier Phone tt.'^ ANNOUNCEMENTS \r > i I>:TI;A MOKSV. AM oi profti full or apTtime fta 1 Par oonal Cl nali i-h Oraatini." 33 f.ir ti. — riinulr.prtntod. Sampl* eSfa Alan f> l.rn.ll'ul irvaia Writ Air ..Imi CARr CO. tfl W. lluio-i St. BtlBU PERSONAL O.E.C. RtKl.lUSRATOB. irt lie*. cfHillion, IUac ,raa lor ,i nouaawifa Ayjly L el H Minar, IKej Mroct. Dial I7VI v.TKrnirn Laad'a End in' I bidrtami. drawing and dimr.i bath. Icaart. kllchan llajh' ruble ft -f %  ^P 1 *" a ""' ,r '" L"n fl " Larsalf. % %  butlint and baundtnd o MfM Honoway an landa of .i piara called "Mel roaaon landa of lha catate of Thorn— i.lli dece.iird and on tho public road oi•laa lb.aame may obut and bound to bring before n e an account of thair aald clalma with ihetr wltneaa.. ilocumenta and 'ouchara. to ba by ma on am/ Tueada) or F HAOl^-OHAM—Ona ill HalucrafUr u lO'Gr'm In a S MECHAMCAL "D HiOEI^AT-jR uroal Dial HOI. H'.i-UJJAM'WI^ IlOliKS -Faahioti Hooka. French HjaiiUh now available; alao Covara mom — Bucfcm lha lai*at ttyioa < Ebony Draohop. Ptiine v, Stre.1 above l_aahlev Store and J pie Head Sticci 10.* 13—li HIOTK ,-ock rtone am lao a qu-nlit) irONB—A larae q able for aawlna purpoa>*a nr mui'hmr-broken atone %  ,chips "H" chipa a. ' I tip* and dual. Contact Keith Rayalda l.naKae lxdj|c Stone Works Co DU> ajBO 13 I IS—n HOUSEHOLD SQUIPMSHT of AI leecrlpiion hand 111. 31t day of ,i,lv, IMS F C TA1-MA. t Ht Clerk of lha Aaalitinl Court r Appex '. %  .U-4n TO ALL EUROPE Only KLM offers all ffaii • Fivp 111;.-1.1weekly from the Caribbean • Choice of Northern or Southern Rout* • Slt-tpAir and SleeperService available • .Mnpmrrs en route at no extra fare • l.tiMiimuIH-ti and OC-8K airliners • De luxe and Toarist (la-.Service Fly KI.M> superb First Class Service with its fam-mt* 7-course meats and all the "extras" or choose KLM'fl woaonical Air Tourist Service. On both you enjoy Ihe eoatfoti mid convenience of the same faat, motlerii uiivraft and the .oniidence inspired by the aame experienced 'mi.lion-mile" pilots and crews. Windolene For iwicas the thine m all the lime. )UM uv vaindolene. Grease, jm and fly marki so in %  nS4h and leave vuurgljNS sparkling and poileul> clean. ot aviaoowi. HiMota. I itTHi, itiaidiatiORiN J;:T M.Y fit-UtB UiBfatl I taosi. I roai—I UMMXI e/aeuu ffas tasty & f&f SHIPPriC NOTICES ilaj Lt--l .Ill-I %  i • %  iicil I t.i-arsw ..,. Imt s civElCdi. fr,kifc"lon %  i Maacolli aa I do not ho.d add CIJMCNT MURMEL1. aiiaaea Rili. at. Ptuop IB B.H—3NOTICE; k-Ahitm OF >iei*r cncscR INVALID V/llGEL CHAIR-Apply O. W -•.chinaon a Ca., Ltd it a tm-ti NOTICE i-Mii-n or RT PHBJr ApnlicalloM lor Uao l*0t oi Nv.r-e ,il O* St Philip*. Alir.-houw will !>. %  .net veil by the underalarne'l np to faatur Appllcat li %  !0M In lot* -I i" i-a. than atat *n I |1 w each Appl, ihe Slandar. gaaei Hdoai Co. It Swan Street -lal MHO. It.a t3--3n OFFICIAL SALE •l A KB ADOS IN THE AMIRTAMT COIRT OC rn AI lEquiUuila JuriaauUoni JOHN ANTHONY CVMMING iPliiliUiff LOKTUS OTWAY WILKINSON i Defendant* NOTICE la hereby fTven lhat by vir|ua of an Order of the Aaalatant Co.ut I Appeal dated the Hat day of July. 1M3 there will be Ml up for aale to Ihe nlBheal bidder .it the Office ol the rirr l The Aaalatant Court of Appeal BI Ihe e> H Hayast %  Ida* tarn mnm %  IH. jnobn ol 13 uiooni ..nd 3 o'clock In thr I afternoon on Pride,, the 10th daf ik-tober. 1BB3All thrl :< paaeal of land aituMe near ktrlroae HI I lha pariah of Saint Thomaa and laland ..( Barbedoa ro-ialnlnf by idmiaatiW nienl on* rood and thIHy-flvr percht ii ir.areabouta abuttlnf "nd bounalng on (anda ol UllarW llolaoway on landa of a i iid' ol tbe Thomas Gill, dreeraed. NOMIIUI, Atis-mALi'. amvi 8SALAN0 W r i on • MA N S UMSl I S -aiOlCGTlii la acbeduled lo from Port Ptrte May Slat. Devonport r* MR. Melbourne June IHh Sydney .e StUi. Briabana July tin, arrtvtna al rbadoa about AiuruM Sth. in addition to general cargo thla veaaal -. atnpl* apace for chilled and bard BSSB carao. arao accepted on through Btlla of iinf for tranahlpmant at TrlnidJd H tlah Guiana. Ian-ward and Windward la. 'or funhar partlOMlan apply— iRMSSB arm to., LTD.. DA ooaTA a oo.. LTD.. .[ The M V -CABIRBrr. f c*pl Cargo and PBMtna I Dominica, Antigua. Moi. errai I Xevb and St Kltt* Sailing Tuea. t day lMh Inat The M V MONEKA will accept Cargo and Pa.-engera for Dominica. Antigua. Montacrral. Navia and St Kitta galling Prlday air.d ln B W.I. 8CBOONIB OWNRRS' ASSOCIATIOM (DC • Ceaatanee. Talephear N Vt*X.'>fla&W # AP" LIC v %  Peeoehlel Ufftci m ,t pi Hot .o,-ac .Marl:-' raaaflvM h ihii'slMvaede. : ir. i ic I'-Advstalr Slationcry frOlt IMIOKK "NOTICE iocRrrr.li apRmo MATTRRSSRS. A llmiled number of FatahI Spring lied Mnttreaaca. Each indivlduBprlnf rovered Si Caleooc llUtaii. vat marulactured type 3 I. %  • asff.at each Alao iital'abl" In i-B doai CO., 14 Swai. tt.el, Dial NS> U 52-3i. I'AM'S MATH DYE -R.eommrndrd H ..iil.ng nairdreaarra Eiiv to apply rjiiniuir Action. Gloaty Effect N'. nUcS lillows Du> %  Bollle. 1 Gooding .iiwbi Aiiu/ 10 *.L*-ii. si.l-WHUia BOW to the D*U> ti (raak I tutland > leodti.i; lioilj N%  var now arrrvlng In Bwrbadaa by An uly a lew day* after publication 1' ondoa. Conlaat 1-s Gale, C/o Adve te Co. Ltd. Local RepteaanUtlv. fol. Ilia. H.JS-tJn STOVES—Just arrived Shipment ol i r stand Model, ol I CiKJtEN ARROW" Blue Flame Ol tlovea With the long Inatirg FHwr .<1LAM •/ICKS OHTA1NABLE at all leadm. (ardware Stores K. J Hamel-Smltl. < CO Limited Aftcnt. llucige Street %  hone tTM I a W—Ji IrUCES-For Sale a' BUckman'a Houn l Joarph Mat.ogaity T.eea. tver inn offer, will be received up to 3Ttl Miguil. inapeclroti any da*, any hou. Vpply .o Mra. JrJhn Lee on tbe prom •et. and Oweta in writing made to her 14 8.53-$n I I -t.d :„. I %  MvrareN ||*| i WARNINGS. %  r \var> avoid low lyinu artliable to flood. Make i i.fnts to lesvt j early. Don't run the risk oi being marooned. &f •••• &f • %  NOTICE i.n! Rtr<**a and Trinidad | ; Tobago Government Currency Notes are requested to exchange | < tm for British Csrlbbean Currency notes wtth a-i little delay a bit I Barclays Bank (D.C. V O.). the Royal Bank of Canada and the Nah of Commerce will exchange the currency notes on .ppl ca;ion. until further notice Sgd H. N. ARMSTRONG, Senior Cuirency Officer. Pub: .-. Buildings. Barbados Centre |2ti August, 1952. 18.8.5J—2n. ZCOCb SisomAhip Qo. 9nc. CANADIAN 8EBVICE OL'ND 1 YRA" HA PAKOD1" KIM" -•RNETA" NORFBBOUND afeatreaj Malltai July SO August t August Aua.it IS August 19 Sept. August Sept. 3 Sept. Sept. II Sept. IS Sept. Due Barbado. Apply :—DA COSTA CO. LTD CANADIAN SERVICE NEW YORK SERVICE 'ALCOA PLANTTW NEW ORLEANS SERVICE STEAMER sails lh July. — arrlvaa STEAMRH *>iu 31at July arrlvaa 1 TTXAUER lulls Itth August — arrival i STEAMER valla 38th Auguat — arrlvaa I STEAMER aaila llth September %  ROBERT THOM LTD.—Nfr'W YORK & GULF SERVICE HARRISON LINE (M 1 u Mill ntOM THL I'NITKD KINODOM MORRI --—.—. BIQ bgygnd belhf j AraJlabaa tn tbraa Poor-dooe. Two door galnna. aad CnarassrBMa. Lai < %  uaba voo for a damonatreatoa nda sad preea bow UiUa a ooau aa FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phone 4504 ( CHRISTIAN SCIENC1 P READING ROOM | ( To lhu loeklnf for aomalhing bailer ChiMUan Science haa b come lo show that life. AS GOD %  < haa given 11 b) Itfl ia In reality Z wholly aafe ^nd harmonloua. %  flu--v.i dark or diObuil thins* W ( %  i'> teem, thla truth la practical a. and provable NOW A) Stud}' Christian Science at the *• m Raading Room over Bowcn a R I Sona. Bioatl Street li Open from 10 a m. — 2 p m IF S d.. -. '.vedneadas*. FTtR I d>t and en Saturdan 1U %  < a m -13 o ock AI.L ARE WELCOME yvyev>*evy-,v>-y-v^ woe eeoo' A Grand SERVICE Op SONGS will be liven by MR. GKORCS PARRIS *ah.pbeoparl At hn residence. 'JliCRCH Vn.IAOE. St PHIUp Oa SCRDAT. Slat AI'OCHT. Mat! ADMISSION — 1/0 Mr CECIL SKEETE-S CHOIR In Atlendai.ce KefreahaieaU en "ale — Flaaae lavfte Eaar I rieada R. II. EDWARDS LTD. 8, Broad Street i'HE GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO OFFER FOR SALE The Auxiliary MOTOR Ketch Yacht "ARGOSY" about 83 tons gross aboet 49 tons net .Said to have been built mainly of teak at Bruges in 1903, copper shenthed. Fitted with CUMMINGS DIESEL Motor -age unknown) 8 cylinders, about 84 H.P. (registered), estimated to give a speed of gpffi -ximatcly 8 knots on about 18 gall, fuel per hour. Three fuel lank* total capacity about 1,400.1.800 gala. ACCOMMODATION. double citiin with W.C .v.tached. two single cabins, one scad as Pidlo Onerator's cabin, or.e large saloon with sleeping aecotntisdatlon, forecastle, galley with AG , stove and elee-tric refrigerator. Electric tight and radio transmitter und receiver. Certain Darts of engine are mi-sing, including self starting equipment DIMENSIONS:— approximately 68ft. x 22ft. x '.Oft. gins draft. %  1 Trinidad by arrangenunt. Bett offers are invited "as she now lies.*' For orders to vie*, etc., apply in THt COMPTROLLBR OF CUSTOMS ANT EXCISE. T OF SPAIN. TRINIDAD, DVV1 18 8 5?-5r,. REGENT HIGH SCHOOL Ko-openTueada*. September Sid, 1VS3 Ntar 1st AvanuPine iload. St. Mieb.


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1S52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN HENRY -Qi fit* D i UPTONS COFFKE—| lb. HERRINGS FRESH or in TOMATO SAUCE End Rheumatism While You Sleep na> Di.oM.t.t. %  %  --.'. Il"i. r..iiftt. 'Qi' -o. -t N.a"i.'' % %  " %  acK... Lumeaat. Laa^ai-a %  *.-•-•• ll> 0 %  •> Maad. ".. Clflf. r*„t*. AH. €! %  •• -" *,•• %  Lack af •--•••a.. Aaaal.ta ->i OWL ar madtclraacan i ti-H. m-afc—yea mu.l hill <'.-'< -•> C,.t.. .'I • L7 .#• iru-inaihMUM 'in C>iin from %  nt i'h.mi'i on Oaaraafea •• M rlfhi iw mvticv t~. k Ad .Vow "f raw "HI '" %  MCMI MM .tti) wall in on* -'•* ..Cystex ;,:, %  „•,! w,:i High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women %  %  if riMn Of MlBnd lai ;t II. |tl HK-XI Praa..s... "<-•. haa.Urhaa at ..... nd ha.h HN i" • 1. % %  !.-. ahoet •i hn. pa;,"ta.uon. • %  torn f n-amorr and. narr. ...llv .*, tl*n. >n .1. ia Ufa n.a. "..I, kno .aldla.... I(. lr.|„.r. High Mloo4 ua -.in v NM ofl K l( fa .-. i a ;•• JaNim from ,iiui liamiat l^*. in one a* %  — %  F tad*. ^cheallov/er? Yon mtv h..c 1 .1.. 111. v KMoml Don't Ukt *h*nct -laki SVi AMI' ROOT! Mlncolovf SWAMPROOT illmmlml— IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only Usually NOW HEINZ BAKED BEANS .22 .20 NESCAFE 87 .80 SPAGHETTI'—in Tomato S.ucr Tin. .33 .30 SAUSAGES—Oxford .69 M HEKKING ROES .57 .50 BEER 26 .21 IM I I \!U\ — 1 .... WEETARIX — Small mi\rn CAPCKI MIXMI Slice QOLDBN SVRI'P— •: lb rin* (.111.111 V SVRI'P— I lb. Tin NESTLLS I'ltkAM CANTOR SUGAR II HE SI'OAR POLAR KDn -li.li SATIN ItTSti SIOAR .JS .IS w .51 .:• .u a .11 .14 3 D.'V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street \**?body and breath odours otuewy, Aa/cSy, afoetee&v Ample* doe* not merely i/tijuiiroeoVfti u prevent* ihem Nr ha/ftniHf— from ttithin fhr ldy Ample* i\ l.union Young ailivatcJ chluntphyll, wht.h H ilic Ulriiiving tubtunce found in ail ufcen vegetable* Ii give*. o>mplcie immuruiy Irom all breath and body odour* Already; over a million men and women rely on Ample* lor thai perv.nal (rcitmen that make* allihcilitUfi'iKiiu**ll umiiJuKc aii Jim am MI much aoaally. Have you seen it yet? Oat ^-ffc. */.•*.-',/at**, . M./>/.*.. |, ,-A-ar I.-I./..F.... tflmmmttlttt immt'n 0mmH4 /a*rf aiarf *!-. AmfUm naMI all .' a/ attaift J,..r >aHa rfR. U'lita %  ii ir>l IMIafcaiJhal ithi aaaiatt /4-i; ,. I_I.,I j^ | rnluur tonr. Aulmrn. y MIOIHIP and other fovriy I ^T f^ rAWia wtihoui Mraeh. d) a^/////a*a^ '" tmt " ,,l, hu { r f_S l/f/Z/Zs Z/T^y I ''"'Uand avr>;e.mlraata cnluur (one. Aiilmrn. MIOIMIP ml ttlwi '"V.'K -t|..i.Hi(h..Mi (,!.,,. ti,.hr ... mil lluhlichu for waira;eoii(raala —Ur.fc %  nrfca r nji.r. ... t in a j.iT, U an MI.HII M .hadea. AMPLEX CHLOROPHYLL DEODORANT TABLFTS NEW HAIR COSMETIC! HA UK IIV TIIK MAKERS tit* BANDBOX SHAM TOO Bolt Aitent*:— IMrRN ATIUNAI. TBADDM (OltPORATlON LTD. < ulerldir street :-: Dial: HO* TIIK WHITE MONKEY By JOHN GALSWORTHY The white Monkey was first published in 1924 It 1 is the first novel of the second trilogy In the Forsyte Chronicle which John Galsworthy named A Modern Comedy The story opens In 1922 and presents most if the older Forsytes who have still their part to play, but Fleur and Michael and many new characters typical of this period after the First World War, move forward inio the limelight. The White Monkey was brilliantly sun-essful and ssured the futuie of this second U THE SILVER SPOOK By JOHN GALSWORTHY The Silver Spoon is the %  eoond full novel in John Gals-worthy's trilogy. A Modern Comedy, which triumphantly resumes the Forsyte Chronicles after the close of the Saga. It Is separated from its predecessor 1 te Monkey flSM) by "an interlude" named A Silent Wooing, end continual the nory of Fleur and from 1924 onwards. OX SALE AT THE . :. z, I ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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WHATS ON TODAY • ttrt Inlrrmodiab, and SKoitd DlVUkTi *"•". vtli. STOUf.1. I M p„, ommma < ma t.-iina sm.u. -..M..,. Ward. 91 Philip'* linihiiw U.S. Opposes Atomic Bomb, Germ War Kill I IMS I.IIW1 U.N. Condemns Mass Destruction (By BRUCE MANM UNITED NATIONS. New, V u k A i THE UNITED STATES an Friday pb for the elimination of all weapons -ruction %  'including atomic, chemical, and biological weapons" But ii warned the United Nations Disarmament Commission that It does not intend tx t vo been agreed *ipon "to invite aggi i-ssion by Informing mitting ourselves to would-be aggreaaors and charter breakers that we will not use certain weapons t aggression." U.N. Stave Off Keel Attacks The U.S. delegate Benjami i Cohen, again denouncing ComIT1UH1-" germ warfare charg.-. against the American forces r i blistering terms, called on the Soviet Union to agree to thr Western proposed plan for a verified arms census to ensure that preparations for waging war with weapons of mass destruction than' urdsyy not be carried out In peacetime.! Chinese TOKYO. Aug 15 American Marines rolled grenItunker Hill I nd shattered two more Communist attempts to KUSM.IM Declarations Delvuig deep into the record* I put disarmament discussion,. m ^J^J txZZ£T£ when dug up previuu* Russia.* slritteKl< hill The tlrst k filM null %  % %  — %  % %  llaa nulli\.ir.ni a atlons on treaties (XgUawlng iijwarfare and SBld "we believe as lb* Soviet delegation mainlined in 1932 (at the League of Nations conference on chstnical and bacteriological weapons) that paramount importance should be attached not to the prohibition of chemical weapons in wartime, but the prohibition of chemir.il warfare In peacetime." "If we want to make progress towards effective disarmament w* must all be willing to lay all our cards On the table." Cohen's reversion to Communist charges that the United States troops have* used germ warfare in Korea i.mi'as a surprise. A twelve nation disarm.imenl commission is expected to-day to hear the Soviet delegate Jacob Malik's considered reaction to the plan. Under that plan a Rag-lea ol regional conferenres would ha v.' been called after an ureemenl was reached on the Western seo^ posal to limit the armed strength of Russia. China, and the United States In 1.000.000 or 1.900,009 men. and that of Britain and France to 700.000 or 800,000. But Cohen launched M view" of the germ warfare proiUganda campaign and denthvt Russia's contention that the United Stntos failed to ratify the Geneva protocol of 192ft which outlaws bacterial warfare becau-e it intended to use surh weapon* Itsstf or because Its arm" p'sTi* profited from their maniif^"""*" — v.r recapture the Western Korean front height. Seventh and eighth counter-attacks by badly maulc) Reds were much feebler than earlilelak. the lUlt this Car Destroyed By Fire Motor ear E 247 was completely destroyed when it caught fire along Rock Road. St. Peter at about 7.46 p.m. on Thursday. It is owned by H. Ooodridge of Farm Road. St Peter, and he was driving it at the time of the incident. The car is insured. ornlng ended in 50 minutes and the second lasted ten minutes. Marine officers estimated that the entire Red regiment, about 2,000 men. were virtually annihilated in the first four — Vf Military Tribunal Ends Hearings HBO, Aug. 15 i Hilary tribunal ended %  Kiid-> in WDlHl'l Kbamls, |l. Bald that the only reason he joincd the demonstration was "to d N'.iKuih l Egypt....:.. ChM I motherland." Major Abdel Monei Murad Id the tribunal thai Khamli should get %  m a charge of th. fui and premeditated lotmg a: Kafr El Dswai from Alexandria on Wednesdir adjourisM until was the flrst of .it lea-' 21 worker* to be tried on charge* of burning down textile plants and fighting with the m troop*. Two soldiers were among ransom killed The senvil' not be annoi %  id of the trials —I Ixriuion H>vit*Miii£ QU'wimii (llf \riius Kinbarga For Egypt LONDON, Aug. 15. •fthe Foreign Office stated on Friday that It was reviewing the S uestion of an arms embargo for gyp' hut that no decision had been so far made on the resumption of arms deliveries to that country. A Foreign Office spokesman said that tiie current review was spe"iicerncd with "general supplies other than armaments far the Egyptian ilip Auerbaeh and Amn %  %  i ish Isadan prodisrrlminatory. theh Alices for mlsapproprlati K funds earmarked for jewM the Kaali i 'ho thro* judge. court which %  aaatoncerj Uwa sfsrs fo-medj Nazi party members. Auertwch, dlsc&argad as chief; i the Bavarian issUtutlon oflica tWO and ,me hall years IPP—1 %  gSbkgl the i "y the NV. 'Cana lot 1 iiL.iand D. M Carter. MiJoyie Mai-hail. Iiiuuan Keiser. John Skin Darcy Yard*. Badbert Haynaa. Ton;. Moorr and Mr. Uiimoie Roekoloni. | Iknitner Kett&rils Da United Stales WASH!\'<;TO\ Vug. 15 Major General Huydoi who tame*I the tough Korean priaonei of war camp i K • Island has been recalled to I he United States for duty with the Fourth Army, it waJ announosd on Friday Boalner will return late this month or in early September and be assigned to the Fourth Army headquarters at San Antonio. Texas. Tin Am.. said that hit exact duties will be ..nnounced after he arrives at San Antonio. —U.P. Feisat To Visit Naval Academy .NNAPOUS, Maryland, Aug. 15 The U.S. Naval Academy *aid n FWdav that Felsal, King t* Prince Abd Aiiluh Al.imi of Iraq would visit the next Monday The Royal party will drive from Washington o Annapoli. where they will be : ven full military honours before the Academy Accomtanltd by Vice Admiral Turner (. v. Academy superintendent, the loyal party will take a sailing on the Chesapeake Bay aboard rum yawl. —U.P. No Conciliation Between Kila, Aly jb LLYWOOD, August 15. RITA HAY WORTH'S I e-houi moeting with Ai. Khan did not result in they reconciliation, the M Prince sniu 1 on Friday, is t itraded back i star's home f>i lunch. Al> no a reconciliation "definitely has not been reached When he was asked sl 1 it at the liomc of movie director Charles Vido. where is a hou.se litest. he said "From my viewpoint of cour nothing has changad Bui about r.-conciliation "h f 1 • n't know i ted that his 11 t H In coming here was to "see orith bi> estranged wife ,i 1 then : daughter •SPiMTLAl CONTACT WITH SAtCKRS f Mexico City. Aug. 15. 'The newspaper "•t'lllmai. Nwtletas" reported Uiai Jocx ti. K.uiui %  .. inf., uir of the "Fraternal Inlon" of hpirltuailstn. i' %  iit.-n ii at Torrennn. sltonss. WSBMSB that he in.'.ilr "spiritual contact" willi ilvint uueer* whteh hvlic.-.i rrp..rlr 1I< i se. ted out hi !o. taw ui ui -i w) n her MoiM th also dex-iined to the posslhilliN of reeoni Illation She had a suit foi divorce D Nevada um-e last fail ihr !< I her in.inibl> lo reach an agreeAl> for .i wttli'ini nt ot, i',iii daUghtST. Miss Hay worth is ,. poriad la hsvs tsksd (or 3,ooo.t Yjbinine. the amount Aly i. reputed lo have settled upon Alo intends '" visit friends in K< ntuekv before returning lo New York and embarking for Europe. Marines Cut Reds To Pieces SEOUL. August IS. TWO HUNDRED Chinese Communists Charged up "Bunker Hill" in a driving nunstorm in the sixth attempt to capture the strategic height but U.S. gurint cut them to pieces with a deadly rain of shell Are and machinegun bullets. The Chinese, apparently survivors of a regiment that once numbered more than 2.000 men. launched their surprise attack and for 85 minutes they charged into volleys of marine bullets before the Communi-f Commander saw the uselessness ol it all and called fa It was the second assault To-day %  rtiUWar WILL rtJLHL 1952 y.A.TM. Mi I.II un CO.mtlTMEXTS PARIS, France. Aug. 15. i Franca indicated lhai it intends fullil North Atlantic Treaty OrLon military commitments r 1952 Rut added that the situaton for Uu nexl issu was blowing to an arms shortage. 'I he communique said cutbacks in ('ranee's re-armament programme %  iffecl the military programme for the rest of this year but It wouW b Ml III Mirceeding %  ciat the 1B53 eantrtbuUon would depend on the decision the next NATO council %  nd 'hat a memorandum i: prepared un this nut'ei for mbtnirsinti to NATO —U.P. Rains Damage French Vineyanis t l.ERMOM FEltRAND France, Aug. is Heevy hail and rainstormanu ,,, tore down tree and luined wins crop* here last1 night musing considerable damage On the ,uht lunik of uAlh.i H ri %  n the dtstrirl •>' Pont I* %  t Vsrtaison stgl l incrs m si u registered Vinevard-, *"-n l< !i %  ,n a neart>> farmyard Itm killed by hailstones during thi aU,rm which lasted appro*in if I fifteen minutes. Trees were torn uidlieUP, iJoii.li Kx|)lodes On Atrfurl BAJQO irtei .i violent %  i t nlghi wi On 'he 3irp-.it but authontleaairl n< hkten Ami lirkle Fly To Portugal I 'or Honeymotm LONDON AUK I.V 1 M %  mdon 4iii' turnwi i ihurehlll, to si" i %  left ..liard ah \tlas" for Lisbon where slries in kdatMl ithe no %  bbnjsst h m .ii : %  %  — t'.P Kegional labour IPIKU',1 Meets Monday 1 W lo., ,,i ti, t anil optn n ... iSih August, ,,o. Qe ras Beat K \M. o mptraUei ten De.ni.i Walton .iegion.il LabOU npnae* n n all ... Mi F C. Catcn|xile. lattWU A r to the Coinptrolli i i man. iho %  bsssuM oi the Chart Osaasr, Mi II (;. MacD Ud, O B.S., ( who is at preset*:ii Europe with tin I mpS iMinie. team) J report on work of the Hoard in th. r ited States will he given by M. thii oi lan tni Ui Mai r nald in Wsahlnglon .v> %  i %  assBfl v.t In tiit States ai the snd oi June I number in* %  luden 4 7ft0 from ..,,.., .;„, i isg tram Ha<o in.li pimem m ufj fTioaj thai iwhoveu hgyptian ihiune kumei <uil>rTOYKO. Aug 15. topsn i Mini-'" %  'ustfe < i i V' usu Klmura. was reported toda* 10 be advocating parole as a solution in the dispute over the twill itlsh sailorx who have been imprisoned at Kobe on stealing ,-rarge* The sailors. Peter Stenner mat Derek Smith of the British Cruise 1 -elfast, ware sentenced to t .<> gm a half years Imprisonment The Minister of Justice has pttid-oeed interference with the jurisdiction of Japanete cot and the ius rote is understood rce of dL-tfirreemenl in the Japane*.rabinei —f P Stalin And Clark Wage Word Fight TOKi 0 Augu %  THI i.r. AJ LEAD! I Stsed tic ini Korea Marshal Stalin md '• %  stnfe-torn pantnsula in m llbaratMan rtooi Japan .utd its indepen< At thr MIIBI ttasst in SW 'I. tinSoutb Kortan capital. yngman Rhee ca'.crj on his people to take n 11 it | m with stamina ind fortih* rag* i ounti re en have t .hlished %  Arm toungpt* tifinornoti l**lne Radio oooled MJO T %  • Tung; Chinese Cummunlsl ksasaai I id tirm foeevi i With the K"-an i>eoph' m the Rghl focci miete vtetm %  %  tbi Amarliliit CotnI%  MM V Sn| Kim II Sung a me-i lading North Korea's "crm• n %  % % %  orl : .-. (M Plancw Stay \way From lUif^'s liimi^uratitMi Kim II Replies I.no II JUHK in ht> mgy said neiti. %  eriologieal weapon nor othet roarous crimes can bf of the Korean | wop It STM I hi-r-iically risen in a )ut %  ni Syngm.in Rk %  I al hbl in..uurattoii eeremim* i :wlj elected lreulenl for anBsrn .1 . % %  K.... i [si nl she 11 PQBrvn gug IB [**•' ,,^,v, %  ,l out of the eounlry %  %  Deral otto Weyland. United He aOdci the United | I • .Trr U i i e gH d t„.,i itir-Tr aim in .ti milIhe reduraI] Koree sa .• free m.ind democretk Vfe know that Korea rannot live dividiii and livilf oecu[ifl lloDOSlUOB Of "te PacStE and % %  iiorld .re interwoven with whil happens here. Th. i 11 • %  %  %  tni was the time for dedication. i > ven tb rean %  • eaUed to >iiii karate rose • nig the tyranny of Commu%  n" P.P. MAI. CAVKHNN Pi %  ;i an fatlgui the I IOf I (•>it aby ... i, m i i ibk %  i .end apd I 1 1 %  ,tghtatth< i had bail ii. fi U ISO leal i Mu below I das ... ... %  %  in psrachub i' %  snpank aa wen i r llawnga Arrives In Fngland %  ii IIIAMI'Ti iN Kngland. Aug. la H . mornlni on nl w,. k to Ihfl :. "id in,nk nnd iDtsrnattoo il I tolStS In Mexici Hi rill si Prbne Minister i .mil mi Chsncellc of ths %  : ButlSl Iti it luring bu l in London adth the I %  %  South Afrn .. %  • .;..to tha lent %  i ... i r g| rrldS) that in* i, ( iid .. touchtrlhute to t'niled Nalicni all mm bystayingawnyfi.no I' ' II Syngman Hhee's inauguratlor. Koree I ..Hod rm in three %  round leo u l ... %  d>l< ui in I i i l %  i rXheev In in Si oUl rinni Inn Weyland i .mo the conspicuous absence i: ommunlsl w.i. | lem .ilent bid toUClUni t.. i-nited Hsttoni .m powet if %  t. sd snd held i ,.i%  unt4,. ( | (j.-nei d (ilenii Elai e.is Finii Ait Pot Mi ... iUl n ling the afi or i.uti'i %  rasa conslstsd ol HB S I.r.' |el rl %  il">Ul 150 miles from Seoul The second up af Royal tui I % %  Mftl-l! I. -1 %  III I Ot "I HlirtSBgl Not OM -ighted. —U.P. Sook To Free !Va WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. :ini v'i Friday that United States Ambes. lador to Japan Robert Murphy is taking a leading perl in efforts m try to obtain the release of two British Nsvy sailors serving a two and one half years Bis coot of sending, NOIS COVItNOR A i Residential niian. Secietaryot :.JIJOD'I fsnn proolenn. (Internettonall West Berlin ) oulhs Invade 114ft MeetingBERLIN. AUK IB. I %  said Antl-< An!t-C'..mmunist ".''• Berlin ntu youths late ii>-t nigh' that the CommunM meeting place In The East md threatened to beat ;i group of Cnmmui nccording to West BeihPolice said the incident occurred ,1 t.ear the British sector of the W< end station on premise' .-t of 'hem bad i ontrolled elevated system, but WSS violence had been prevente-i by AI>N Hid %  lence a police riot squad which iu-r %  p —t'.P. expensive: Delightful . cvquiMie DEVONSHIRE Sho have batn pkuuvtd to bring you lo\el\. asjctuBlvi 'hocIt the roost rcaMinablc prices shoecreatad lo u.idcriuu WMU natural graoc ••"d" DOaSC. I heir stvlnig is up-to-ihc-ininiiic . their colours on inspinMksl. ilicir snug, QDSJ tit -iimethinM you've dicjincd .ibout rlsffs sit mil three of a h*ii,%  •Jeilul %  i. glKKl that shop NOW Obtamoafr font lS Sex % 


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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. AUGUST IB, 152 CcUub gcdlmq M R W M. WOODHOUSE. viaer lo tiir < %  %  the island tomorrow 1 i i threeueeks' .1 ja<4 and 1 .iiiann In Tin •total with prtfji.i >"i' f,r the tiril>lH>;;!i limbei which i Ihe auspice* of %  %  Subjrtn in British Guiana include DM iVvelopment of local lUIidajtu With Broth-r M ISS DAISY FERCUSSON o. • M Court". <" %  • .idos on Wedfl Ikorl %  '.-.U Pi 'i %  Trinidad (or boul ilev< a auet of Mr. Wilfred I A General ol Trinidad. Cricketer Transferred M R. NORMAN MARSHALL Inti who is Assistant Man: ger of tni ush of lb Vngcr Sewing Machine Co haDM KM %  Ufflc*, wl %  %  -. He fit! rfmovKi from Puerto )'< %  I'crt-of-Spain. Mr Mai snail's Sb* no loco) rrkta i I hit new posl CorlbJoins in wi \|n| him all the best and a happv landing in his new %  urrounduuui %  rife srtll i, : lowing later. For Holiday A MONO the arrival on Thui!.sl | morning l>v Tc A u the USA. VU Mr. Aid win Cherria (t Truudod who ts worldni Ml a Pharmacist in the USA He 1* fi tin same morning lor Trinidad vbm b< holiday with his M.irjnrnand Nora, his % %  i Barbados and expert to return, lo Tiinid.id soon. Accountant. U.C.W.I A MIN<; toe intran H< i UTIVUUJ by • OOMMHNI this sroi k srorsj M MiSwaby of Jamaica wl: h d I andtng a holiday in ins UnlflH Kingdom. Mr. Swaby la Accountant of In* Uni\ %  lege of the V. :. To Study In 0M U.K. L EAVING the island on ThursI aj bj UU M.V Wl lor England won Miss Monica daughter of Mr*. J. I! Enterprise, ChrisChurch and th %  lot* Mr. SI. John M.un.., all I Id Queen's College girl. Back to New York M RS EDWARDS who L., been %  pending a holiday in the if land as a guest at the Ocean View % %  the island last night lor New York. Bfca fal .;n AjMrlcan Authoress Victorious Queen's College T HI M.V WILLJ Trloldod brought the members of ths Q I rtatbaU team, who had been on three weeks' tour Accompany.; Wotton, Mistn^-s %  i \< |v . n 1 e a Marni an. A 'liege The tour was success n o t ilv i,. perience gained in the games but 1 an iii< %  Hal tour* %  I. t %  opportunll places of Inutrr way back lhr\ "i a few "pped in %  i told the Adoocal i %  %  •: imea played. .he Cfuoen's Cola . %  %  I M an PIIjoyable oi.. id u, ,„. Co; iid ruj of thA. %  %  : % %  ii. %  Teacher for Hi liday M R BRIOOS II. .mi Mattel .it ri.n i leg* lefl i pi i. two weeks' holiday in Tlil Off to Caracaa M R. VAL McCOMIE AsiM.-m %  1 UM LotUr I ehi.nl. Ii It the island oi; W. < ay by the 8.8. CaJwnble for Caracas. Mr. McComie will i foil) weeks. Mr. McComie who is Freiirh Master at LodgO has been liolui %  > ing in the various islandwh | he Is making detailed sfuov .. ill now be in the peaking atma phere for .i short time Back Home M R. WALTER MBBRl %  %  iiv uMpactoi I'.insh %  >( Si Muhael. who atiriidni the Johns Hopkins Hospital. returned from ITS A. thl it has not yet resumed d Mr. Ben Gibson Is still Beting Chief Sanitary Inn the Parish. From Trinidad M RS MICHAEL LAWC two daughter m Barbados en Thursday by the H V W.llematad from Truudad. t>e spending :. holiday in Laing is the wife of Assistant naloa Ltd., %  SisUr'a Weddinir A RRIVING la lb* island for a holiday was Mrs. Percy Ambro-e whe will also be ittend.ng the wedding n( Miss Clemmie io Mr Douglas OIU which taks place to-day at St. Leonard's Church. Mrs. Ambrose %  of 'he bride-to-be. After Three Weeks M i ST. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Qai %  %  4 %  Idad where %  hfl M spending thi % % %  holiday. Pat went* up with ihi %  i %  0 I* % % %  DOtball team Thirt: Vi.it A RRIVING in the colony by Ii W.IA. on Thursday hx*t inun TH' 1 .. I Si-rvant | :rnd two weeks' DOlldl Thu Is his third visit to the U e drat wa m 1943 when %  four and a half months. the second in 1MB when he stayed (our months. •pb told Carib that Barirably with other islands In the Caribbe m ..iid thinks it the ideal spot lo real holiday. He hones to be lUrtuOsj later. He I* jguest at %  Home. I -i a Week Vf 1{. FRANK LINCOLN l *" bod bean spending u shoit holiday in Barbados left (,,r Jamaica by B.W.LA. vesterda-. .norning. Mr. Lincoln came in on Thurr.day last •*•*• and bai none on t-i a/bore bo will spond one %  fore returning to Trimdad. Returned Yesterday L BAVIKQ DM island yesterday by B.W.LA. for Trinida I were Mr aiul Mrs. Ran n Mar'iJ who had been spending two aroaka* holiday in the island. M 1 M.ir.j is ,i civil Servant and chn mg their stay here they wera %  Crystal Waters. Wo-thine. Rupert's Spring Adwnture—9 %  < .-.'; RyMW.\V-b\Hrarurttmbfr! D R SMART -A I I ICK I N.oover followed with Interest the itorj of the advance copies of school examination papers which canu into the hands of those who were abOUt tO Ml for the examination. Interviewed yesterday he said: "At Narkover, shortly before the end-uf-tcini examinations, we have faked papers printed, to deceive the more anbaT P rlalni scholars. These papers are 'stolen' by one of the masters, who sells them at so much a paper to the scholars. The genuine papers are printed secretly by night, and are kept in a safe in my study." Commenflng on this system, a history master said: "The genuine papers are, of course, impossible to get : ascept for DM tu lust boys." t hattltt nj U'UH T IIKKE was a famous occasion on which n light-flngered classics mastet opened the safe and substituted the fake papers for the aanulne Me JJwn sold the geinnni : .-\ < i lo the hoys. most of whom, of course, thought they were, as usual, bring swindled, and tore them up after paying for them with dud cheques. When Smart-Alllck discovered the thctl from his sale, he substituted a third set of papers for the previously substituted fakea, thus, as he s.ud, putting one over on those boys who had been loo Wan M destroy the genuine papers before looking up the anv an t ilrlivntiiitlvntitm O YSTER merchants are beginning to worry* about pollution by sea-borne oil. It will be dimcult for a head-waiter to persuade a big oil man that his oysters were smeared with oil as a compliment to him. "Don't talk shop.'' the oil man will reply. "And when you have a guest here who is In the marmalade trade, do you put marmalade on hi* oysters? No, 1 thought BO*.*' film nvws S OL iioc.WAScirs rnuslcsJ Man of "Pickwick Papon OMSK, It is said that Mr. Gary Cooper luis refined the iwrt of Mr. Pickwick, and Mr Richard Widn.ark Is BOo buey to play Sam Wellcr Charles Du kens himself appears in the nlm us a young boot-black, who comments on the itory He ki to be played by Mr George Raft Movint very utlv Ku|*r tnicri ih baihci ind qun •uddrnly he lind. ihe aflftUM h. hn brtn ircking. Ai tint ihi dori not inly aZ k lo try jnd i oatt the dfiKon InOBJ mo ih open i> ii thu k tin*. Ii cinnoi urn very V but IJII. but by dodiinn iround in IkjM bcii. cirVi tttth. West Indian Table Talk (By III\|III\II;, Sir Hubert R..t Trinidad has had to cut short his .leave m England j a result of the arrival here of Mr. P. M. Ranlson. former tary Trinidad who is to be GOMm 'poke to Sir Hubert this wMk down in Sussex he told would be Hying back on August Jl'nd and would I dad on the night of the 24UY Lady Ranee, however, will not be re-' irnlng with him Their son a it present on holiday from Rad-1 leight School and she will stay in' England until his holidays are over. Lady Ranee will then rej turn lo Trinidad on the Goinio' hich sails on September 25th. I Mr. Renison who was appoinird i to succeed Sir Ronald Garvey lost I March is also holidaying down in Sussex. He will be leaving for ibOUt the middle of I October. Sir John Chancellor And while I am on the subject -f Colonial Governors, it is with' regret that 1 have to n death of Lieutenant-Colonel SuJohn Robert Chancellor, former Governor of Trmid.id I!his home in Lancashire on August 1st, aged HI. Sir John . from 1916-192! l'# .. rno Mauritius and siibsequently he became Governoi Ol SouthesfB Rhodesia. Mr. Culleridgr Another death lhat I have io record is that of Mr. J. L Cutteridge. former Director of Educntlon in Trinidad. Mr. Cuttcridge passed away at home In the tale of Man o n August 2nd He be been ill for some tune Due lo I mistake in name, his rf %  rroneouslv repor1e m Behind lite N*w. 7 rMO, 4 li p TII Home AI Eishl. !*i.,.it. H.vW.. 15 m Radio i* p in Interlude, trel R 3D p m Hull,, Thealre. la Dimmi Time, 80O p in The Nr>. 10 10 |. m N..Tal iljK.rine, I II p m Till. S 4A p in Mum Muulivi. IS SO i pit. Round'up and Prorrammc etv Panlare r*r TAOBUS April gl—May 20 OEMINT + CAMOBR Jnns 22—Jolj 23 My 21 Au| 2t VIROO Ahg. S3—Bept : (? ^e STARS' FOR -Uii'im Al'Ot'HT II. 1932 j Ar Look In the section in which your birthday comes and ^ And what your outlook is. according to the *ars. ^ Day somewhat divided. Early part espec-M/' AJI— ially adapted to financial matters, to 3 p.m. March 21—April 20 Personal affairs, neart interests, home, lo\'ed ones favored generally. • • • Planetary rays on uptrend for business ventures, employment, government prob)tf lems. Essential you make the proper dlsas to what lo accentuate, then go on resolutely. •V * Your flexible mind can discern easily May 21--Jnne 21 whal ar major tasks. Follow Just dieJrf tales: No sudden digressions, keep steady. calm, and reasonable. * * Aspects appropriate for Cancer's zodical tut lin.i'ions. The best things lean toward Ihe intellectual, hiiher-type propositions. J*. too Ba not too critical of friendly cooperation. • • • You of this royal Sign seek to [jve high, many credits. Anil you en much with RIGHT seveti i1 'fr industry push ahead. Generous day to ... ho deserve. * B willing to lake some setbacks, mosl iikelv in a.m.. and get greater credils alter 2 p.m. Watch elements, each situajL lion as it arises. 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WHATS ON TODAY
ttrt Inlrrmodiab, and SKoitd DlVUkTi
*"". vtli. STOUf.1. I M p,
ommma < ma t.-iina sm.u. -..m..,.
Ward. 91 Philip'* linihiiw
U.S. Opposes Atomic
Bomb, Germ War
Kill I IMS I.IIW1
U.N. Condemns
Mass Destruction
(By BRUCE MANM
UNITED NATIONS. New, V u k A i
THE UNITED STATES an Friday pb
for the elimination of all weapons -ruction
'including atomic, chemical, and biological weapons"
But ii warned the United Nations Disarmament Commis-
sion that It does not intend tx t vo been
agreed *ipon "to invite aggi i-ssion by Informing
mitting ourselves to would-be aggreaaors and charter
breakers that we will not use certain weapons t
aggression."
U.N. Stave Off
Keel Attacks
The U.S. delegate Benjami i
Cohen, again denouncing Com-
IT1UH1-" germ warfare charg.-.
against the American forces ,ri
blistering terms, called on the
Soviet Union to agree to thr
Western proposed plan for a veri-
fied arms census to ensure that
preparations for waging war with
weapons of mass destruction than' urdsyy
not be carried out In peacetime.! Chinese
, TOKYO. Aug 15
American Marines rolled gren-
Itunker Hill I
nd shattered two more
Communist attempts to
Kusm.im Declarations
Delvuig deep into the record*
I put disarmament discussion,. 'm ^J^J txZZT
when dug up previuu* Russia.* slritteKl<. hill The tlrst
k filM null * llaa nulli\.ir.ni a ___
atlons on treaties (XgUawlng
iij- warfare and SBld "we believe
as lb* Soviet delegation main-
lined in 1932 (at the League
of Nations conference on chstnical
and bacteriological weapons) that
paramount importance should be
attached not to the prohibition
of chemical weapons in wartime,
but the prohibition of chemir.il
warfare In peacetime."
"If we want to make progress
towards effective disarmament w*
must all be willing to lay all our
cards On the table." Cohen's re-
version to Communist charges that
the United States troops have*
used germ warfare in Korea i.mi'-
as a surprise.
A twelve nation disarm.imenl
commission is expected to-day to
hear the Soviet delegate Jacob
Malik's considered reaction to the
plan.
Under that plan a Rag-lea ol
regional conferenres would ha v.'
been called after an ureemenl
was reached on the Western seo^
posal to limit the armed strength
of Russia. China, and the United
States In 1.000.000 or 1.900,009
men. and that of Britain and
France to 700.000 or 800,000.
But Cohen launched M
view" of the germ warfare pro-
iUganda campaign and denthvt
Russia's contention that the
United Stntos failed to ratify the
Geneva protocol of 192ft which
outlaws bacterial warfare becau-e
it intended to use surh weapon*
Itsstf or because Its arm" p'sTi*
profited from their maniif^"""*"
v.r
! recapture the Western Korean
front height. Seventh and eighth
counter-attacks by badly maulc)
Reds were much feebler than earli-
lelak. the
lUlt this
Car Destroyed
By Fire
Motor ear E 247 was completely
destroyed when it caught fire
along Rock Road. St. Peter at
about 7.46 p.m. on Thursday. It
is owned by H. Ooodridge of
Farm Road. St Peter, and he was
driving it at the time of the inci-
dent.
The car is insured.
ornlng ended in 50 minutes and
the second lasted ten minutes.
Marine officers estimated that the
entire Red regiment, about 2,000
men. were virtually annihilated in
the first four
Vf
Military
Tribunal
Ends Hearings
HBO, Aug. 15 i
Hilary tribunal ended
Kiid-> in '
WDlHl'l
Kbamls, |l.
Bald that the only reason he join-
cd the demonstration was "to
' d N'.iKuih l Egypt-
....:.. ChM
" I motherland."
Major Abdel Monei Murad
Id the tri-
bunal thai Khamli should get
m a charge of th.
. fui and premeditated
lotmg a: Kafr El Dswai
from Alexandria on Wednesdir
adjourisM until
was the flrst of .it lea-'
21 worker* to be tried on charge*
of burning down textile plants
and fighting with the m
troop*. Two soldiers were among
ransom killed The sen-
vil' not be annoi
id of the trials
I
Ixriuion H>vit*Miii
QU'wimii (llf \riius
Kinbarga For Egypt
LONDON, Aug. 15.
fthe Foreign Office stated on
Friday that It was reviewing the
Suestion of an arms embargo for
gyp' hut that no decision had
been so far made on the resump-
tion of arms deliveries to that
country.
A Foreign Office spokesman said
that tiie current review was spe-
"iicerncd with "general
supplies other than armaments
far the Egyptian It said that no pecin- request for
the lifting of the embargo has
been made yet The spokesman
denied that Britain is contemplat-
ing a reduction of her forces In
the Suez. No decision has so far
been made b) the British Oovern-
ment on the whole issue of an
arms embargo for Egypt and the
Middle East, the spokesman said.
U.P.
Jewish Leaders
Protest ^nteaues
MUNICH, I srmsny, Aug. 15
f*l>ilip Auerbaeh and Amn
i ish Isadan pro-
disrrlminatory. theh
Alices for mlsapproprlat-
i k funds earmarked for jewM
the Kaali
i 'ho thro* judge.
court which aaatoncerj Uwa sfsrs
fo-medj Nazi party members.
Auertwch, dlsc&argad as chief;
i the Bavarian issUtutlon oflica
tWO and ,me hall years
IPP1 gSbkgl the
i
" diet like tl ON handed down in
C mimiimst East Germany." Ohres-
i-. chief rabbi for Bavaria who
one year term,.said the
iilici displays discrimination
against Jewry. This trial reminds
me of certain court cases held
l jalnat cleigymen of different
' .ths in other lands."
They were accused of ralsaopro.
i.'ting $655,000.
U.P.
lllf. BARBADOS CONTINGENT
liuii Challenger" aftei taking p.i -
Thej are *l*root Ro* left to rtgh-
lonitKi.
(Back Row left to right).
' rycUfiU and athl
in the British ChUans A i
R MrLeod T C Rou^
aanas *
MaD Lloyd.
l>y the NV. 'Cana
lot 1 iiL.i- and D.
. M Carter. Mi- Joyie Mai-hail. Iiiuuan Keiser. John Skin
Darcy Yard*. Badbert Haynaa. Ton;. Moorr and Mr. Uiimoie Roekoloni. |
Iknitner Kett&rils
Da United Stales
wash!\'<;to\ Vug. 15
Major General Huydoi
who tame*I the tough Korean
priaonei of war camp i K
Island has been recalled to I he
United States for duty with the
Fourth Army, it waJ announosd
on Friday Boalner will return
late this month or in early Sep-
tember and be assigned to the
Fourth Army headquarters at
San Antonio. Texas. Tin Am..
said that hit exact duties will be
..nnounced after he arrives at
San Antonio. U.P.
Feisat To Visit
Naval Academy
.NNAPOUS, Maryland, Aug. 15
The U.S. Naval Academy *aid
n FWdav that Felsal, King t*
Prince Abd Aiiluh Al-
.imi of Iraq would visit the
next Monday The Royal
party will drive from Washington
o Annapoli. where they will be
: ven full military honours before
the Academy Accom-
tanltd by Vice Admiral Turner
(. v. Academy superintendent, the
loyal party will take a sailing
. on the Chesapeake Bay aboard
rum yawl.
U.P.
No Conciliation
Between Kila, Aly
jb LLYWOOD, August 15.
RITA HAY WORTH'S I e-houi moeting with Ai.
Khan did not result in they reconciliation, the M
Prince sniu1 on Friday, is t itraded back i
star's home f>i lunch. Al> no a reconciliation "defin-
itely has not been reached '
When he was asked sl 1 it at the liomc of movie
director Charles Vido. where is a hou.se litest. he said
"From my viewpoint of cour nothing has changad Bui
about r.-conciliation "h f 1 n't know
i ted that his 11
t H In coming here was to "see
orith bi> estranged wife
,i 1 then : daughter
SPiMTLAl CONTACT
WITH SAtCKRS f
Mexico City. Aug. 15.
'The newspaper "t'lllmai.
Nwtletas" reported Uiai Jocx
ti. K.uiui .. inf., uir of the
"Fraternal Inlon" of hpirlt-
uailstn. i'iit.-n ii at Torrennn.
sltonss. WSBMSB that he
in.'.ilr "spiritual contact" willi
ilvint uueer* whteh hv-
lic.-.i rrp..rlr v.,nli and Soulh Asnafiea.
Aeeordlna lo the *
paper Ratnsret saM "Flvr
flying saucers which erha-
eroos the heavrm of Mexl<-.
jnd the I mud MUtc* foni
from Ihe planet Mars." and
Out Mars is not e-lled Mart
in inn planet but Turn-
Hrujru
Kamirei -....i ih.t "the
ihlef Is called Illks-Vu. anil
romca from the SSkf of Mir-
wtr. the raplUI or the moat
advanced country of Mars
The Mweer.. known aa Ry-
Tlna. are alreraft which are
hevond the haman intclli-
rsce."- t'.P.
He said "Yaaminc
u
I h,< i i btl of vshi-iping rough
,
I| well past noon (m definite
.; ,' itl Al> 1I< i se.
ted out hi
!o. taw ui ui -i w)
n her MoiM
th also dex-iined to
the posslhilliN of reeon-
i Illation She had a suit foi divorce
d Nevada um-e last fail
ihr
!< I her in.inibl> lo reach an agree-
Al> for .i wttli'inint ot,
i',iii daUghtST. Miss Hay worth is
,. poriad la hsvs tsksd (or 3,ooo.-
t Yjbinine. the amount Aly
i. reputed lo have settled upon
Alo intends '" visit friends in
K< ntuekv before returning lo New
York and embarking for Europe.
Marines Cut
Reds To Pieces
SEOUL. August IS.
TWO HUNDRED Chinese Communists Charged up
"Bunker Hill" in a driving nunstorm in the sixth attempt
to capture the strategic height but U.S. gurint
cut them to pieces with a deadly rain of shell Are and
machinegun bullets.
The Chinese, apparently survivors of a regiment that
once numbered more than 2.000 men. launched their sur-
prise attack and for 85 minutes they charged into volleys
of marine bullets before the Communi-f Commander saw
the uselessness ol it all and called fa
It was the second assault To-day
rtiUWar WILL rtJLHL
1952 y.A.TM. Mi I.II un
CO.mtlTMEXTS
PARIS, France. Aug. 15.
i Franca indicated lhai it intends
fullil North Atlantic Treaty Or-
Lon military commitments
r 1952 Rut added that the situa-
ton for Uu nexl issu was bl-
owing to an arms shortage.
'I he communique said cutbacks in
('ranee's re-armament programme
iffecl the military pro-
gramme for the rest of this year
but It wouW b Ml iii Mirceeding
ciat the 1B53 eantrtbu-
Uon would depend on the decision
the next NATO council
nd 'hat a memorandum
i: prepared un this nut-
'ei for mbtnirsinti to NATO
U.P.
Rains Damage
French Vineyanis
t l.ERMOM FEltRAND
France, Aug. is
Heevy hail and rainstorm- anu
,,, tore down tree and
luined wins crop* here last1 night
musing considerable damage On
the ,uht lunik of u- Alh.i H ri
n the dtstrirl >' Pont I*
t Vsrtaison stgl l incrs m si
u registered
Vinevard-, *"-n l< !i
,n a neart>> farmyard Itm
killed by hailstones during thi
aU,rm which lasted appro*in if I
fifteen minutes. Trees were torn uidlie-
UP,
iJoii.li Kx|)lodes
On Atrfurl
BAJQO
. irtei
.i violent
i t nlghi wi
On 'he 3irp-.it
but authontle- aairl n<
hkten Ami lirkle
Fly To Portugal
I 'or Honeymotm
LONDON Auk i.v
1 M
mdon 4iii'
turnwi
i ihurehlll, to si" i

left ..liard ah
\tlas" for Lisbon where
slries in kdatMl
i- the no
. , bbnjsst
h m .ii : .

t'.P
Kegional
labour Ipiku',1
Meets Monday
1 W lo., ,,i ti,t
anil optn
n ... .
iSih August, ,,o.
Qe ras Beat
K \m. o mptraUei ten De-
.ni.i Walton
.iegion.il LabOU
npnae* n .....n all
...
Mi F C. Catcn|xile. lattWU A
r to the Coinptrolli i
i man.
iho bsssuM oi the Chart
Osaasr, Mi ii (;. Mac-
D Ud, O B.S., ( who is at preset*:-
ii Europe with tin I
mpS iMinie. team) j report on
work of the Hoard in th.
r ited States will he given by m.
thii oi lan
tni Ui Mai -
r nald in Wsahlnglon
.......v>
i assBfl v.t In tii-
t States ai the snd oi June
I number in*luden 4 7ft0 from
..,,.., .;, i isg tram Ha-
< Ited troops, apparently ordered to
lecapture the hill or die in the
attempt, fell before the marines.
The bodies of dead Chinese littered
of Bunker Hill .'
(Jutted Press correspondent said
that it was obvious from the
Mnell alone that the Keds were
Ugerlng heavy casualties In their
to oust tne
Fifth Attark
U.S. Marines had .im-hed the
lifth Communist eounter-attack
against bloody "Bunker Hill* com-
pleting the annihilation of c full
Fed regiment of more than 2.000
men.
Three hundred fanatical Chinese
hed carrying new Russian rnade
weapons and under (jpture the hil) or die ha the
..Itempt fell i.ndi-i withering
Marine artillery, mortur and ma-
chine gun fire in the fifth counter-
attack In three days.
One ited COinp
reach Stnitegic western front
height It wu caught and shiugh-
tered by U N. artillery a* it crawled
'.:
A second Communi-: company
clambered up the DOrthei
of Bunker Hill but the
killi-i it least 30 Reds
lest fled. A number of Come
wounded killed themeelve-
than be taken prisoners.I'P.
BRANNAN AND STEVENSON CONFER

:


Ing a bomb
Farouk And The
A"*-? Of Hubs
i| ...
..,.; pea*
i '>o in.li pimem m
ufj fTioaj thai
iwhoveu
hgyptian ihiune kume-
i < the world,

uir- Rlns
Kiigland.
U said "the oh ervation wat
- 0 n moval
.' Jordaa
i nova u
lal ill King
"in" to retire from
i Ihir.n.-. bill that Pai

ha exercised
ompl< ' i vat : u I'n in
riy was ontoucheble Tl
ution of Ihe lagliUttin en
to show how ihalq
lion of monarch) in Uu ftOddla
i Mesterehp, n insUtvtl i
which, ''' *
bents, has sometimes served a use-
ful purpose In encouraging stabl
iij It may bo kept as a formalitv
' has long si
passed to broadei based legisii-
t'.p.
.mi-ui
,1 .
,1 .
......ute* T
tools blown iff and tele-
,. eowea line .lestroycd.
I
wicked powe...... f '< SW l ISRM SI
and brought trees rrafSiing down
oas miiin luKh' l
,ffle. The roof of to- Pre
the famous SUtulDObtll
,s Uim oft and crumpled
1 yards away
..I !,. 'i
The iw.....
.
the airtboriu* " i
i.r.
I am fans Ihxnl
-i r
Parole Siggg^U'd
For Britibh >uil>r-
TOYKO. Aug 15.
topsn i Mini-'" 'ustfe < i i
V' usu Klmura. was reported toda*
10 be advocating parole as a solu-
tion in the dispute over the twi-
ll itlsh sailorx who have been im-
prisoned at Kobe on stealing
,-rarge* '
The sailors. Peter Stenner mat
Derek Smith of the British Cruise
1 -elfast, ware sentenced to t .<> gm
a half years Imprisonment
The Minister of Justice has ptt-
id-oeed interference with
the jurisdiction of Japanete cot
and the ius rote is un-
derstood rce of dL--
tfirreemenl in the Japane*.- rabinei
f P
Stalin And Clark
Wage Word Fight
TOKi 0 Augu
THI i.r. AJ LEAD! I Stsed
tic ini Korea Marshal Stalin md '
.
stnfe-torn pantnsula in m llbaratMan
rtooi Japan .utd its indepen<
At thr miibI ttasst in SW 'I. tin- Soutb Kortan capital.
yngman Rhee ca'.crj on his people to take n real until 'hey had "resctiad their taUbv Korea."'

il ii a1 lellmtt the Noi th Ko
: IC :\tn I .OS" I
Minister.
graUiia-
- togeiin-i itli pay jest wisht -
. reea p-opie bbn
ti e successful struggle In, i.lc
in a n c* independence of
I ountry".

I'll H..1.- .'!
hairmiin- SIi
K M <;
v( utv Cbahtnaa f i i tb h >
11 it |
m
rserj ol Kore.r
kbefmtton" ( ", ,- Arrni
ragai
Clark i MesMagM
i Clerk Unit
Bttasage
fourth anniver-
of Korean (nea9eesdsaviv
olf.ieii bl idmir.T
1 'oiitions'
m lUpubUc.
toU SrasMssd Syngm.. .
. ..
ii> with stamina ind forti-
h* rag* i ounti re en have
t .hlished Arm toungpt*
tifinornoti
l**lne Radio oooled Mjo T
Tung; Chinese Cummunlsl ksasaai
I id tirm foeevi i With the
K"-an i>eoph' m the Rghl fo-
cci miete vtetm tbi Amarl-
iliit Cotn-
I- MM V
Sn| Kim II Sung a me--
i lading North Korea's "crm-
n orl : .-.
(M Plancw Stay
\way From lUif^'s
liimi^uratitMi
Kim II Replies
I.no II Juhk in ht> mgy
said neiti.
eriologieal weapon nor othet
roarous crimes can bf
of the Korean | wop It STM
I hi-r-iically risen in a )ut
ni Syngm.in Rk
I al hbl in..uurattoii eeremim*
i :wlj elected lreulenl for an-
Bsrn .1 K.... i
[si nl she 11
PQBrvn gug IB [**' ,,^,v,,l out of the eounlry
Deral otto Weyland. United He aOdci the United |
I
.Trr UiiegHd t.,i itir-Tr aim
in .ti mil- Ihe redura-
I] Koree sa . free m-
.ind democretk
Vfe know that Korea ran-
not live dividiii and livilf oecu-
[ifl "
llo- DOSlUOB Of "te PacStE and
" iiorld .re interwoven with
whil happens here. Th. i 11

tni was the time for dedication.
i > ven tb rean eaUed to
>iiii karate rose
nig the tyranny of Commu-
n" P.P.
MAI.
CAVKHNN Pi

;i an fatlgui
the I IOf I
(>it aby
... i, m i i ibk
i .end apd
I
1 1 '

,tghtatth<
i had bail
ii. fi U ISO leal i Mu
. below I das
... ...

in psrachub
i'
snpank aa wen
i r
llawnga Arrives
In Fngland
ii IIIAMI'Ti iN Kngland.
Aug. la
H
. .
mornlni on nl w,.k to Ihfl
:. "id in,nk nnd iDtsrnattoo il
I tolStS In Mexici
Hi rill si Prbne Minister
. i .mil mi Chsncellc of ths
. : ButlSl Iti it
luring bu
l in London
..... adth the I

South Afrn ..
.;..- to tha lent

i
. ...
i r
. g| rrldS) that in*
i,(iid .. touch-
trlhute to t'niled Nalicni all
mm bystayingawnyfi.no I' '
II Syngman Hhee's inauguratlor.
Koree
I ..Hod
rm in three
round leoul '
. ... d>l< ui in I i
i l
i rXheev In
in Si oUl
- rinni Inn Weyland
i .mo the conspicuous absence
i: ommunlsl w.i. | lem
.ilent bid toUClUni
t.. i-nited Hsttoni .m powet if
.
t. sd snd held i
,.i- un- t4,.(| (j.-nei d (ilenii Elai -
e.is Finii Ait Pot......
Mi ... iUl n ling the af-
i or i.uti'i rasa conslstsd ol hb
S I.r.' |el rl ' il">Ul 150
miles from Seoul The second
. up af Royal tui
I Mftl-l! I. -1 III I
Ot "I HlirtSBgl Not OM
-ighted.
U.P.
Sook To Free !Va
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.
:ini v'i
Friday that United States Ambes.
lador to Japan Robert Murphy is
taking a leading perl in efforts m
try to obtain the release
of two British Nsvy sailors serv-
ing a two and one half years
Bis ritisb cruiser were arrested at
Km. ..vii .i n.'.iiiii jfc'M on a
charge of -tealin,< t'.P.
si/t imdui Kutni oats
KARACHI Aug. 15.
Prenidont of the Indian \.
Aisemhl'
I'.P
'
hniMOHS f.Ltll UXLI'/.s
INVITATION Tit rOAD
le and Atbletii
Club bs I invitation
from the All Stars Cycle and
Athletk Club of Trinidad lo send
two lepresentatives to take part
ui two-day malting in Trinidad
. in Qctobst
ll down n fully representative team
which will comprise f between
twelve eyelieta and two
athletes, and are at present di--
means to raise
funds to meet thv> coot of sending,
'
. NOIS COVItNOR A i Residential
niian. Secietaryot
. :.jIjod'i fsnn proolenn. (Internettonall
West Berlin ) oulhs Invade 114ft Meeting-
BERLIN. Auk IB. I said Antl-<
An!t-C'..mmunist ".'' Berlin ntu
youths late ii>-t nigh' that the
CommunM meeting place In The East
md threatened to beat
;i group of Cnmmui
nccording to West Beih-
Police said the incident occurred ,1
t.ear the British sector of the W<
end station on premise' .-t of 'hem bad
i ontrolled elevated system, but WSS
violence had been prevente-i by AI>N Hid ' lence
a police riot squad which iu-r p t'.P.
expensive:
Delightful . .
cvquiMie DEVONSHIRE Sho
have batn pkuuvtd to bring you
lo\el\. asjctuBlvi 'hoc-
It the roost rcaMinablc prices .
shoe- creatad lo u.idcriuu
WMU natural graoc "d" DOaSC.
I heir stvlnig is
up-to-ihc-ininiiic .
their colours
on inspinMksl. .
ilicir snug,
qdsj tit -iimethinM
you've dicjincd .ibout
rlsffs sit mil three
of a h*ii,-
Jeilul

i. glKKl
that shop
NOW
Obtamoafr font lS Sex
DEVONSHIRE


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. AUGUST IB, 152
CcUub gcdlmq
MR W M. WOODHOUSE.
viaer lo tiir <

the island tomorrow 1 i i three-
ueeks' .1 ja<4 and
1 .iiiann
In Tin
total with prtfji.i >"i'
f,r the tiril>lH>;;!i
limbei which i
Ihe auspice* of

Subjrt- n in British
Guiana include DM iVvelopment
of local '
lUIidajtu With Broth-r
MISS DAISY FERCUSSON o.
m Court". <"
.idos on Wedfl
Ikorl '.-.- U Pi 'i '
.
Trinidad (or boul ilev<
a auet of Mr. Wilfred
I A
General ol Trinidad.
Cricketer Transferred
MR. NORMAN MARSHALL
Inti
who is Assistant Man-
: ger of tni ush of lb
Vngcr Sewing Machine Co ha-
dm Km
Ufflc*, wl -. He fit!
rfmovKi from Puerto )'<
I'crt-of-Spain.
Mr Mai snail's Sb* no
loco) rrkta i I
hit new posl CorlbJoins in wi \-
|n| him all the best and a happv
landing in his new urrounduuui
rife srtll i, :
lowing later.
For Holiday
A MONO the arrival on Thui!.-
sl | morning l>v Tc A u.....
the USA. VU Mr. Aid win Cher-
ria (t Truudod who ts worldni
Ml a Pharmacist in the USA He
1* fi tin same morning lor Trini-
dad vbm b<
holiday with his
M.irjnrn- and Nora, his
i
Barbados and expert to return, lo
Tiinid.id soon.
Accountant. U.C.W.I
A Min<; toe intran
h< i utIvuuj by
OoMmhni this sroi k srorsj M
Mi- Swaby of Jamaica wl: h d
I andtng a holiday in ins
UnlflH Kingdom. Mr. Swaby la
Accountant of In* Uni\
lege of the V. :. .
To Study In 0M U.K.
LEAVING the island on Thurs-
I aj bj UU M.V Wl
lor England won Miss Monica
daughter of Mr*. J. I!
Enterprise, Chris- Church and th
lot* Mr. SI. John M.un.., all
I Id Queen's College girl.
Back to New York
MRS EDWARDS who L., been
pending a holiday in the
if land as a guest at the Ocean View
the island last night lor
New York. Bfca fal .;n AjMrlcan
Authoress
Victorious Queen's College
THI M.V WILLJ
Trloldod brought the
members of ths Q I
rtatbaU team, who had been on
. three weeks' tour Accompany-
.; Wotton,
Mistn^-s
. i \<
|v . n 1 e a Mar-
ni an. A
.
'liege
The tour was
success n o t
ilv i,.
perience gained
in the games but
1 an iii<
Hal tour*
I. t .
opportunll
places of Inutr-
r way back lhr\
"i a few
- "pped in

i told the Adoocal
i

: imea played. .he
Cfuoen's Cola
.
I
M an pii-
joyable oi.. id u, ,.
Co; iid
ruj of th-
A. !: ii.
Teacher for Hi liday
MR BRIOOS ii.
.mi Mattel .it ri.n i
leg* lefl i pi i.
two weeks' holiday in Tlil
Off to Caracaa
MR. VAL McCOMIE AsiM.-m
1 Um LotUr
I ehi.nl. Ii It the island oi; W.
< ay by the 8.8. CaJwnble for
Caracas. Mr. McComie will i
foil) weeks.
Mr. McComie who is Freiirh
Master at LodgO has been liolui > -
ing in the various island- wh |
he Is making detailed sfuov ..
ill now be in the
peaking atma phere for
.i short time
Back Home
MR. WALTER MBBRl
iiv uMpactoi
I'.insh >( Si Muhael. who at-
iriidni the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
returned from ITS A. thl
it has not yet resumed
d Mr. Ben Gibson Is still
Beting Chief Sanitary Inn
the Parish.
From Trinidad
MRS MICHAEL LAWC
two daughter
m Barbados en Thursday by the
H V W.llematad from Truudad.
t>e spending :. holiday
in Laing is the wife of
Assistant
naloa Ltd.,

SisUr'a Weddinir
ARRIVING la lb* island for a
holiday was Mrs. Percy
Ambro-e whe will also be ittend-
.ng the wedding n( Miss Clemmie
io Mr Douglas OIU
which taks place to-day at St.
Leonard's Church. Mrs. Ambrose
of 'he bride-to-be.
After Three Weeks
Mi ST. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Qai

4
Idad where
hfl M spending thi
holiday. Pat went* up with ihi
i 0 I* DOtball team
Thirt: Vi.it
ARRIVING in the colony by
Ii W.IA. on Thursday hx*t
inun Th'
1 .. I Si-rvant
|
:rnd two weeks' DOlldl
Thu Is his third visit to the
U e drat wa m 1943 when
four and a half months.
the second in 1MB when he stayed
(our months.
pb told Carib that Bar-
irably with
other islands In the Caribbe m
..iid thinks it the ideal spot lo
real holiday. He hones to be -
lUrtuOsj later. He I* j- guest at
Home.
I -i a Week
Vf 1{. FRANK LINCOLN l
*" bod bean spending u shoit
holiday in Barbados left (,,r
Jamaica by B.W.LA. vesterda-.
.norning.
Mr. Lincoln came in on Thurr.-
day last ** and bai none on t-i
a/bore bo will spond one
fore returning to Trim-
dad.
Returned Yesterday
LBAVIKQ dm island yesterday
by B.W.LA. for Trinida I
were Mr aiul Mrs. Rann Mar'iJ
who had been spending two
aroaka* holiday in the island. M1
M.ir.j is ,i civil Servant and chn
mg their stay here they wera
Crystal Waters. Wo--
thine.
Rupert's Spring Adwnture9
< .-.';
RyMW.\V-b\Hrarurttmbfr!
DR SMART -A I I ICK I N.o-
over followed with Interest
the itorj of the advance copies
of school examination papers
which canu into the hands of
those who were abOUt tO Ml for
the examination.
Interviewed yesterday he said:
"At Narkover, shortly before the
end-uf-tcini examinations, we
have faked papers printed, to de-
ceive the more anbaTPrlalni
scholars. These papers are 'stolen'
by one of the masters, who sells
them at so much a paper to the
scholars. The genuine papers are
printed secretly by night, and are
kept in a safe in my study." Com-
menflng on this system, a history
master said: "The genuine papers
are, of course, impossible to get
: ascept for dm tu lust boys."
t hattltt nj u'Uh
TIIKKE was a famous occasion
on which n light-flngered
classics mastet opened the safe
and substituted the fake papers
for the aanulne Me JJwn sold
the geinnni : .-\ < i lo the hoys.
most of whom, of course, thought
they were, as usual, bring swin-
dled, and tore them up after pay-
ing for them with dud cheques.
When Smart-Alllck discovered
the thctl from his sale, he sub-
stituted a third set of papers for
the previously substituted fakea,
thus, as he s.ud, putting one over
on those boys who had been loo
Wan M destroy the genuine pa-
pers before looking up the an-
v an
t ilrlivnti- iitlvntitm
OYSTER merchants are begin-
ning to worry* about pollution
by sea-borne oil. It will be dim-
cult for a head-waiter to persuade
a big oil man that his oysters
were smeared with oil as a com-
pliment to him. "Don't talk shop.''
the oil man will reply. "And when
you have a guest here who is In
the marmalade trade, do you put
marmalade on hi* oysters? No, 1
thought BO*.*'
film nvws
SOL iioc.WAScirs rnuslcsJ Man
of "Pickwick Papon
OMSK, It is said that Mr. Gary
Cooper luis refined the iwrt of Mr.
Pickwick, and Mr Richard Wid-
n.ark Is BOo buey to play Sam
Wellcr Charles Du kens himself
appears in the nlm us a young
boot-black, who comments on the
itory He ki to be played by Mr
George Raft

Movint very utlv Ku|*r
tnicri ih baihci ind qun
uddrnly he lind. ihe aflftUM h.
hn brtn ircking. Ai tint ihi
dori not
inly
aZ k
lo try jnd i
oatt the dfiKon InOBJ
mo ih open i> ii thu k
tin*. Ii cinnoi urn very
V but Ijii. but by dodiinn iround in
IkjM bcii. cir " Pw* io oith him u Ponn-Pini chain jlvviya our ol Ruptn'(
Hid. murmuri Rupcn. H# >Vi tttth.
West Indian
Table Talk
(By iii\|iii\ii;,
Sir Hubert R..t
Trinidad has had to cut short his
.leave m England j a result of
the arrival here of Mr. P. M.
Ranlson. former
tary Trinidad who is to be Gom-
m
'poke to Sir Hubert this wMk
down in Sussex he told
would be Hying back on August
Jl'nd and would I
dad on the night of the 24UY Lady
Ranee, however, will not be re-'
irnlng with him Their son a
it present on holiday from Rad-1
leight School and she will stay in'
England until his holidays are
over. Lady Ranee will then re- j
turn lo Trinidad on the Goinio'
hich sails on September 25th. I
Mr. Renison who was appoinird i
to succeed Sir Ronald Garvey lost I
March is also holidaying down in '
Sussex. He will be leaving for ,
ibOUt the middle of I
October.
Sir John Chancellor
And while I am on the subject
-f Colonial Governors, it is with'
regret that 1 have to n
death of Lieutenant-Colonel Su-
John Robert Chancellor, former
Governor of Trmid.id I!-
his home in Lancashire on August
1st, aged HI. Sir John .
. from 1916-192! l'# -
.. rno
Mauritius and siibsequently he
became Governoi Ol SouthesfB
Rhodesia.
Mr. Culleridgr
Another death lhat I have io
record is that of Mr. J. L Cut-
teridge. former Director of Educn-
tlon in Trinidad. Mr. Cuttcridge
passed away at home In the tale
of Man on August 2nd He be
been ill for some tune Due lo I
mistake in name, his rf
'rroneouslv repor1e Mi CultiiidKe read his
.wn "obituary" in the local press
Swine
f hear that Sunny Muntast of
lamalca. who for six years led i
jazz outfit in Kingston now plans
to do the same thing in Birming-
ham where he has been living for
ome time There are a number
of West Indians and West Afri-
cans In the city and Sunny hopes
In form two five-piece swing sec-
tions. The coloured band-meu
are pooling their finances unt#
they can build up enough instru-
ct down to some solid
iv hope to have
one band ready for public engage-
ments within five months.
Ambition
Miss Winifred Atwell. Trinidad'-
yueen of the Keyboard who can
; 'lung from Bach to Boo-
gie reminded me this week of
3 statement she made to me four
years ago. It was at the Hippo-
i.. Theatre GoUlers Green
"My ambition is lo top the bill at
the I-ondon Palladium" she told
me This week Miss Atwell has
achieved that ambition- -or vir-
tually so. She and Miss Dolores
Gray and the Deep Rivei lloj
an equally prominent posi-
tion on the Palladium bill-board
Critics have given her exception-
ally good write-ups.
Talking* Point
Moral indfpnaHoii is ;eoiouiy
u-irli a hnln.
II. 0 Wells.
Talking Point
TIM u-ife should be inferior to
the husband, that is the only
way to ensure equality b''fu?cen
the two.Martial.
Listening Hours
HATt'HflAY
n Ttw Nw. 4 10 p m Ttw 7 IS |> m Behind lite N*w. 7
rMO, 4 li p tii Home AI Eishl. !*i.,.it. H.vW.. 15 m Radio
i* p in Interlude, trel R 3D p m Hull,, Thealre. la
Dimmi Time, 80O p in The Nr>. 10 10 |. m N..- Tal
iljK.rine, I II p m Till. S 4A p in Mum Muulivi. IS SO i
pit. Round'up and Prorrammc etv Panlare
r*r
TAOBUS
April glMay 20
OEMINT
+CAMOBR
Jnns 22Jolj 23
My 21 Au| 2t
VIROO
Ahg. S3Bept :
(? ^e STARS' *
FOR -Uii'im Al'Ot'HT II. 1932 j
Ar Look In the section in which your birthday comes and
^ And what your outlook is. according to the *ars. .^
Day somewhat divided. Early part espec-M/'
AJI ially adapted to financial matters, to 3 p.m.
March 21April 20 Personal affairs, neart interests, home,
lo\'ed ones favored generally. *

Planetary rays on uptrend for business
ventures, employment, government prob- )tf
lems. Essential you make the proper dls-
as to what lo accentuate, then go
on resolutely. *
V *
Your flexible mind can discern easily
May 21--Jnne 21whal ar* major tasks. Follow Just die- Jrf
tales: No sudden digressions, keep steady.
calm, and reasonable.
* *
Aspects appropriate for Cancer's zodical
tut lin.i'ions. The best things lean toward
Ihe intellectual, hiiher-type propositions. J*.
too Ba not too critical of friendly co-
operation.
*
You of this royal Sign seek to [jve high,
many credits. Anil you en
much with right seveti i-1'fr
industry push ahead. Generous day to
... ho deserve.
* *
B willing to lake some setbacks, mosl
iikelv in a.m.. and get greater credils
alter 2 p.m. Watch elements, each situa- jL
lion as it arises. Good going'
* *
Your particular talents favored now Try J^f
experiments, with sound plans In reserve,
affairs, heart interests should
make appreciable progress. Aim hijh: yt
* *
-------------- Matter-nf-fnct dav. Be Just to yourself
Oct. 24Xov. HI ,mt (hai which lays ahead. Don't cram )>
or procrastinate. Take steady middle road.
* ,.
It's direction to-day, carefully avoiding *f
mistakes- leading through to smoother
route -.ml success. Disapprove hearsay,
strive lo be correctly informed. ?f>
* *
A disagreeable temper or hot retort can .
undo fine words. Turn your tremendous Jf/
force to all worthy matters.
* *
yC Ai iioM well thought-out and executed can #?/
AQUARIUS bring line returns. Professionals, the
Jan. 22 Feb. 90 military, salesmen, teachers share new
4, benefits. Push imporlanl matters now ]>
* .
Some helpful opportunities for finances .
4( PISCES and general business, if you watch closely "f
Fsb. 21March 20 economical developments, trends. Only
try that which you can operate without
%
YOU BORN TODAY : You are kind, sympathetic- but
too often influenced by your heart rather than head. Maka
* clever mimic, story-teller, actor; also lawyer, salesman or -s
military person. Seldom selfish, you don't watch the pennies'!
or check little things. Avoid hurried decisions, and arrogance
. at times. Can accomplish Just about anything you really try -^
? lo do. Blrthdate of: Alonro A. Stagg, noted athletic coach; *T
1. hi de LaBYuyere, Fr. essayist.
AND NOW
A GAS COOKER
.ike IDBar you have adaiirad lo
th mafallnea.
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And what a soothing and comforting one tt is !
"That Cow & Gate Baby Powder is really
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comfort other people too." says Daddy,
looking up from his paper with a smile.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, l*S
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FAGE THREE
Warnings In The Event Of Hurricanes
At Least 15 Hours Notice first steel man back on job
Expected From Puerto Kico
ARRANGEMENTS have bei made by Government
lo receive warnings <>f the approach of hurricane
reconnised Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico
nd Trinidad. It is confidently expected that H
possible u> of the
approach ol u hurricane which is air..'1
with danuerous and destructive wind-, when II toachrs
this UaiM. It may n*.t always be possible to tjyi eft
timely warning and'precise Information In re*pec*. of
storms which are in thru early stages erf development as
they approach the Island.
Such itorms will do*
veloped winds of ver>
force by the Ume they reach the
Island. It is considered that it
will, however, be possible to give
adequate warning of any storm
which is likely to be accompanied
by dangerous winds u it passe*
over this Island.
The responsibility of issuing
warnings rests with thP Director
of Agriculture and the warnings
issued to the Public will be based
on information received from the
Weather Forecasting Stations in
Puerto Rico and Trinidad and pos-
stbly in some instances on local
observations
Warning* will normally be issued
red lights one
above the other, hoisted at the
mmt heads of signal stations
B> day snd night
Pottos will notify Chairmen
of Parochial Committees, g#j l
uuilying districts
Loud speaker vans will toar
the Island.
Church and Plantation bell*
rung rapidly and continuous-
1> for a period of a quarter
of an hour.
Two rockets or maroons will
be nred in quick succession
from Police Stations.
Broadcasting arrangement',
will continue
If ..Me. either d Cautionary
l{<-".ioiuil Labour
Uoard Meets
Pr>
> P*s* l
n. Jack, Act rue.
ioner.
Urilsd Guiana: W. M. Burtell.
l.afaou- Commisskmcr.
i.i H ndtanUK F- P. Braa-
our Offlcar.

I>3tKHI. A
Lre>m Istest** A
C. l>.u-.-Chei-. Ijib.ni'
st. Krtts Wasti MbJoi s\ :i
Orell, i -innei.
OR E.
loner.
v. ird Island-; N. Pearson.
< fflccr.
Central Labour Organlsaiiov
V
i.i iv.- Officer.
1 i Davalop-
ButtBrll
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
fn Carlisle Bay
O-OrtM
v. mom ,\ '... -.. a* M fra I
fill CaunasBor trnoonri l.\ suivn.
>i \a*l T a M
'
Na*'<*n ***>
f-dy
4BRIVALM
Aassn
Petition Granted
A HEATER In the Carneglc-Iuli
ipany In Homestead. Pa.,
rd punched by oltlcer Al
to the Public in two stages. The Warning or a Hurricane Warning
first stage will be a "Cautionary has been issued, it Is found that
Warning- which will be issued the cdlirse of the storm or hurri-
ither when it is known thai cane changes sufficiently to make
stormy weather is expected to it pass this Island at a safe dw-
arfed the Island accompanied bv tance. then an "All Cleai" an-
strong wind* which will however nouncement will be made to thj-
not reach hurricane force, or ^blic This "All dear" an-
vhen it is known that a well nouncement will be communii atcri
developed hurricane Is approach- to the Public in the folio win t
tag the Eastern Caribbean area manner
and will possibly past in the vlcln-
Albert Kern. U of Pittsburgh.
Stawartx. Kelt), upon receiving word to report for work after Die _
of the steel strike, was the first employee to show up. flnatrnnHirnalf
gouvti auautr
i Uhip Mi Justice J W
B. Chencry m the Coui ( ol Ordin-
ary yesterday morning granted ..
the petition of Mr- U-ila J. Poster >l...rtk.
of Hmrisbury Itjad. St. Michael '
(or letters of .idmuiistrauon to
'he est.H" o( her father. Edmund
L. Dear.
1 Trutill
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H-naa.
SEAWELL
AitaivAi.* \ nw i rin a-.i>*
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Itv of this Island. A Cautlonan
Warning will be communicated t
the Public in the following man-
ner
By dayA Flag with a black
square on a red ground flown
at the mast heads of signal
staUons.
By nightA red light hoisted at
the mast heads of signal sta-
Uons.
By day and night
The Government Broadcasting
Station will repeat the an-
nouncement at Intervals of
fiv* minutes for a period of
half an hour.
Signals will be lowered.
KedirTusion will repeat It al
suitable Intervals.
Signals will be lowered.
Sirens will sound Continuously
for three minutas.
In conclusion It should be noted
Sirens will be soundod for one 'bat hurricanes normally approac)
minute, three times, with fhla Island from a point .between
an interval of half a minute Ea|t and East southeast This does
between blasts, repeated "' niNn that the wind at the
every quarter uf an hour ocginning of hurrl ane will blow
for an hour. from a point between East and
_. ... Sastsoutheast. In a hurricane the
The police will notify the Chair- winds blow in an anti-clockwise
men of Panaehlal Comml*- manner around a centre and an
tees and outlying district!, the hurricane approaches thr
Loud speaker vans will tour Island the wind must blow from
the I'lnnd. the northern quarter, usually he-
Church and Plantation bells *ween North 'and Northeast
will be rung rapidly at fre- After the centre of the burrlcant
quent intervals for a quar- has >ased the wind must blow
tar of an hour. from the southern quarter, if
Broadcasting at Intervals will the centre of the storm passes to
be over the Government the north of the Island, the wind
Broadcasting set and Redif- durim; the hurricane will shift
fusion. from north through east to south
steST-ErfS k"- 3* 'ro'" "**,hrou8h M" ""ou,h'
there is a fully developed hurrl- During the next few months
cane in the Eastern Caribbean there may be disturbances in the
ren travelling on a course which area which are quite unlikelv to
would take it near to or over this affect this Island but whose pres-
slsml. A Hurricane Warning ence may give rise to rumours
wiB be communicated to the Pub- Aa every precauUon Is being taken
lie in the following manner t0 inform the Public through the
By dayTwo flags, each with official warning, systems everyone
a black square on a red is advised to disregard rumour
ground, flown one above the which may cause unnecessary
other at the mast heads of sig- anxiety and to wait for official
nal stations information.
Surrey Fails To Win
Match Against Warwick
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Auk- 15.
SURREY haven't made certain of that championship
yet. They were beaten to-day by Warwickshire and
Yorkshire scored an unexpected but nevertheless credit-
able victory over Hampshire by seventeen runs. A declar-
ation set Hampshire 193 runs in just over three hours, and
although they made a brave attempt they lound the spin
bowling of Wardle and Close too much. Close who I
having a great season as an ullrounder and can only nai-
i-owiy have missed selection for the fourth Teat now in
progress, took six wickets for M runs.
Jack Robertson uf Middlesex to- Yorkshire beat Rants by
day became the third player to 17 rana.
2?np,5?ei 2l00 run' lnls umr"' Yorks ........210 and JI7
BtUS Robertson has preserved!his lor 7 dee'd.; Ci
Mtin. -non of being the ordyfcuf- Hants _. 2M nd ,-
each 2.000 In clow ^ tar U.
Gleuoeater versus t.ri-.M-i
Match Drawn.
Gloucester 274 and 96
.. 104 and 14
The appUcation, remarked upon ,
by Hi* Lordship as an unusual >.
on*, a/ai in respect -f an eatate of l
one who, former!} of this island. '
was last heard 1 in 1933 aa re-
siding at 43 Clarendon Road.
Lewishjm, Knglund. and who is
presumed tu be dead.
Mr. J. S. B. Dear who. instruc-
ted by Mr. R. S. Nicholls. Sol.. ItQi
of the Arm ut 1(. S NleboDj A\
Company. Solicitors, cited Hals-
bury to show that uftei a lapse
of 7 years, the :ipp!ir;v
be granted.
Ills Lgardabip also udmitted |0
:>iubate^he will* of Clmu A. fJale.
Siirali A. Esteibrooke. of St.
Mktaal fcltsabsni Aiatyna al s.
Jamas. J.mt A Layna al Cariatl
iliuuli und Hubcit A Uarker
St Gaorgc.
DsrasTi mi room
r-..u Mm
L'aaalaaiet S'in, o innr auicn.
Una Wimm Frank
ajsan, mn wmab*< l"
- llcalr v........,. IB. Cktt
Marlati Clark*
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11. Joh<
Aithm Wallace.
Howl took
off pounds of
UGLY FAT
iish ciickc.i-i
t Wi
Close became the first rrickete.
this season to achieve the doubli
of one thousand runs and oik
hundred wickets after taking the Leicester
llrsl threv Hampshire wickets to- tor 8.
day. His full figures are 1,083 Rnaaex versus Worcester
runs average 17.34 and 103 wick- Match Drawn.
eti, average 22.38 Sussex 179 grid JIM ..>r ff:
SCORFBOABD ^WoreeAcf* **"* ^ "* ""eM
Warwick i-..t Surrey by Worcener ............... M
ttl runs ------------------ ------------------------
Warwick . 178 and 247 ________________
for 7 dee'd. I ------------w^*.-..-,-^,
Surrey.........74 and 116 I
Hollies 4 for 48.
Glamsrgan beat Derby by
t wicket.. i
Derby.......182 and If]
Glamorgan ..... 140 and 140.
for 8; Morgan 5 for 38. .
Middlesex bet Kent by
27 ran-.
Middlesex 100 and 33?
for 7 dee'd.; Sharp 110 not out.
Kent 244 SIM '81 '
Young 8 for 35.
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H.IRHADOS ADVOCATE
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ADVOCATE
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Saturday. Aueust IS, 1ISZ
II W. 1. A.
THE recent clecisicjn by British Oversee;.
Alrwayi to altach to British We=t Indian
Airways an officer especially charged to
promote understanding of the role which
British West Endiin Airways hopes to play
in Caribbean air development will be wel
throughout the Caribbean.
To most West Indians except the resi
dents of Port-of-Spain, British West Indiar
has meant little more than the
name of an airlines which enjoyed spec'a.
rights to carry passengers within the Britisl
Caribbean territories.
The need for economy and for the con-
sequent cutting of the heavy Losses by
which British West Indian Airways was
virtually sir travel in the
British Caribbean to the tune of more than
million ('ollars annually has not been
appreciated by more than a small handfu'
of West Indians.
British West Indian Airways had bee i
taken so much for granted that few pei -
sons had paused to ask whether the flyin .
benefits which they had maintained duriiv.
their relatively short period of operati'
had been paid for by West Indians.
In fact British West Indian Airways stii'
operates at a loss of several hundreds I .
thousands of dollars annually and this lo? .
js borne by the parent company, Britisti
Overseas Airways, and not by the WtSl
Indian traveller or by local governments.
So far therefore from criticising Britis..
i llidiun Airways for any real o'
imaginary deficiency in their service pro
vided for them West Indians ought to b<-
grateful for the benefits which they deriv-
irom the operations of this Company.
The failure of West Indians to apprecia.
the debt they owe to British West Indian
Airways and de facto to British Overse. ;
Airways has been due to a variety
reasons.
It is not easy to bring home to any b
the residents of Trinidad the West India i
llavour of British West Indian Airways.
Unless West Indians visit the Chacu
Street Headquarters of British West India
Airways in Port-of-Spain or inspect th:
hangars and maintenance workshops '
the Company at Piarco airfield they can.ru
reasonably be expected to appreciate th *
extent to which the Airways really di -
to be called West Indian.
Under normal conditions the heat
quarters in Port-of-Spain might have bet i
expected to pay particular attention i
public relations and to ensure that tl )
important role which British West Iftidu
Airways was fulfilling in the developmei :
of inter-island communications was widely
understood. But conditions could hardl.
be described as normal when a little re
flection will recall to mind the fact that i;
the time of taking over responsibility to:
the running of British West Indian Air
ways the Chairman of British Overse. .
Airways Sir Miles Thomas was faced a'
home with the formidable task of wipin ;
out annual deficits of millions of pound .
This he has done and il Is not surprising
therefore that the parent company is turn-
ing greater attention to the problems whir''
affect an airways company serving a chai 1
of scattered islands and territories, ear.i
with their own systems of government.
The attempt which has been made h-
Mr. John Rahr, General Manager of British
West Indian Airways, to win support (en
Ihc Airways on the grounds that it is a Wev
Indian national airways has not been to*
successful because o( the slow pace which
is being followed by the British Ini illiM hi
towards closer political association.
The elimination of British Guiana and of
British Honduras from the proposed
federation also weakens the national aspect
of the Airways.
But although federation would have
simplified the procedure necessary for
negotiations: between Airways and govern
ments. the inclusion of Aircraft and avia
tion on the concurrent legislative list a
proposed by the Standing Closer Associa-
tion Committee would still leave the wav
wide open under federal government tor
the maintenance of many of the potential
ly irksome and restrictive powers whicl
individual governments now possess vis :.
vis the Airways.
By deciding to appoint an officer free to
travel extensively along the routes no\
operated by the Company and free to dls>
cuss personally with official or other ii.
icrested persons problems of directly loc; I
earn the Chairman of British Overse:*
A.' ways has shown an understanding an*(
of the peculiar problems whir i
must always arise in an area whei
d not unification is tin
' ihng and dominant fejture of all
I ..lies.
At the same lime the availability of such
an officer cannot help but Increase the
natural if slow tendency for the residents
il the British Caribbean territories 1
srd British West Indian Airways, no;
1 hoot of an Airways Company
U4 from a dlstan'
I their own airline;
'*mg, or. it;
' budget and
tuition with a successful
British Airlines with an-
-. -'
A Glwimy Siluntion canes ana bmStui < ,n from all part* of the
The nildile of the nineteenth < tout for Cc Ux-an. In ISSS he was per-
ctntury mw a period of lncroa.in, any |WH Use p.uaded to give hi* advice and'
production in the Island's *USBr unfamiliar, vshtuaDv an <...-- guidance U> St. Kltta and Antigua;
industry. As the century grew seer, named J. B. Pilgrim. c;n -tasted certain *ugftx!
asASTj the economy of Barbados, across some str.mge little plar.' 'an? experiment.' When St. i
resttng as it did almost entirely that be couhf not identify. vat visited by volcanic,
o ausar; continued to oV, fajily discovery was (.romp'.l> Battens In 1 SOS and 1807. he was]
stable. The rvasuns for that are to Bovell who '*i out ih>. i to repoit on the!
'not far to cck. There was a steady seedlings In a field by Ihemselv.- o.-imag*. In 1S09, when Puertoi
(increase In the population, yiela- In due cm irst moot- Rico's sugar cane was attacked!
ing plentiful supply of labour. I by J. W. Parr isthat the seed by diseases, hi was invited to in-.
! Steam factories were graduaUy ' *us *r esM mold germliule vi*tiatc the ravage* on a num-
taking the place of windmills and under certain conditions was ber of plantations The Following
..icjter ;tttcn|ioo wai being jpven proved to Bovtll'i .Usaactlon year ho travelled to St Crouc at
to the application of manures. when the seedlings at Doric* , But before long, the Island was veloprd i, sj, What- p cpa-ed a scheme which SVSBsBa-
to be faced will! one of those -wr doubts BtlfJ BrnnsJn*t| qd ny bsd to the establishment of
crises that have fjequently oc- ;he subject were completely re- the St Cioix Experiment Station
curred in its htyoxy. Th. main rnoved when Bovi-ll and Pi >- in 1917 he was invited by the
itason for the economic distress fe*or Harrison, working together governor* of Guadeloupe and
ran now came upon the Island proved the fertility of sugar cane Martinique to investigate the sugar
was that the price of sugar had atsd by dual Kerminatl"i test, industry In the French colonies
dropped very sharply. The conli- El this happy re- ana his report led to the esiab-
nent of Europe had found another suit. Bovell and Harrison turn-d lishment of an agricultural eM>eii-
souroc to supply IW sugar needs, their attention to a number if ment sution in Guadeloupe.
Countties like France. Russia, vital ev,H.rim'-i,!fi dealing with Even SI Domingo and Jamaica
Belgium and Holland went in for the cfTcr-i of manure on th- eul- tomneted with other islands to
the production at sugar beet an*! Wvatlo BUfU can- tie Main Bovall*S advice on the agri-
decided to help the new laoustrj ' culiuiv of the sugar cane,
with bounties or grant* that range.i must not be thought that
from one pound to five pounds 'ii'tv of raising new laasffSjai in west Indian
per ton. The sugar producer on ' '"Kav rftT"" frr,ni >ac. agriculture su limited to the
ulUvsjtion of sugar cane. He was
InWrsiacd in m-.uy other
the continent made a good p.o;.:
In his home market and could the i
. ffoia to sell hli surplus sugar to
England below cost. That \ is
dUast.oui for Uie Wel Ind. n
planters who could not sell their
ufi.ii to the European countries
lecausc the latter Unposi-d hiyh
'.aiifts to protect their own p <-
uceis from outside competition.
It was a gloomy situation and
uo one seemed to know the way
ut of It. Even nature appeared
unwilling to help and drought
following drought, helped to nw&r
the outlook even worse. In l!..
critical period of decline, the oiil>
thing that made rapid progrcj
was a stiange fungus disease iii.ii
attacked the steins and roots ol
the canes. The West Indies had
already been forced to the melan-
choly conclusion that the Bourbon
cane, on which the sugar Industry
n these coionJes depended, was
apldly becoming exhausted. And
the tarrible b utfe soon became
IOHN REDMAN pOVttS.
i aiding the cotton industry
of Batbados, and took no little
pride In the various strains of
Sea Isumd Cotton which he
1, Hoped
Appropriate Memorial
>w,incnts with
sugat can* seedlings turned out
.<< be a matter of international im-
n- tann*. At about the same time
similar investigation' were being
lUkdtvtaktn In Java and by
-ii..n.' io-incnieiice, the fertility
as was estobUsh-
Sd v, ithin six months of Bjvell's
(.iscovery. Dr. Benecke of Java
happened to be several months
Ol Boveil. but neithei
kSsfW of each other's experiments
is tune.
While J. W. Harris must be
given the credit lor first discover-
ir.K .in-gar cane seedlings. Benecke
oni buvell di-stive recognlUon (or
of stan- being the Mrs* to realise the
(.trntial valu of cane seedlings-.
pits of the ser
ppar.nt to all that the Bourboii nlng u.ows Uu> hau sustained n
cane, in lt unhealthy condition, the recent past, thi plantan bad Wo. k.ng sepaialely with a vast
was more susceptible to the eti ange not lost the courage and resilience ^stance between them, they were
discaso than any other variety. that had distinguished their an- pioneers In the search for new
It is small wonder that the oSMors. Seeing glimmer of hope varieties to Improve the cultlva-
Imrbadian planters, whose ances- in the investigations of Bovell and tion of sugar cane. After his first
lore had survived all Ow ravages Harrison, they gave the latter their lUOCSSS, Bovell continued with his
of hurricane and drought, peati- ready co-operaiion They wel- openments ano propagated many
leuce and aocial unrest, began to coined the ni.iiun.il >xpcrimeiits sugar cane seedlings and hybrids,
falter in fact of a situation ovei with sugar oane and adoplea what- Severn] of these, including the
which he had no control. A sue- ever suggestions were m ids foi famous B.H. 10 (12), were t<
cession of poor harvests and fall- Increasing their crop in order to be the means of saving the suga.
ing prices had brought many u off-set the low prices Hun prevail- industry not onh in Barbados but
the ruin of bankruptcy. Tnosf 'n~- Tbs llHCSSMd use of arUflelal In other parts of the world,
who remained saw their resources manures, as a direct result of the It Is well to remember that
dwindling steadily away. Thsy experiment' at Dodds. produce.1 Eovell had no highly ttaineu
resorted to the methods that lea the bumper crop of 1890 and specialists and no well-equipped
to inefficiency. They employed brought the Island a welcome laboratories to help him in his
less labour, used less manure and measure of it. U-f. invesugationa. "Wh'n I asked the
imported fewer chemical fertlli- , .. -,_. Governor of Barbados. Sir William
sem. It is not surprising Uiat the * lnd,a" Kcj"tn noblnson," Bovell once wrote, "to
plantam seemed to loose their Hul ,Uie 8ravc 1* "Hi re- allow me to carry out the sugar
traditional lighting .->uirlt and mamM lo be tackled. It was hn- cane expe lments and Informed
found It Increasingly diftlcud > K,lJtlv^ >'t -" alternative shout 1 him that Harrison was willing; to
maintain th high standard <>f "* """ul '"r ""' '>urbon cane, help, he Informed us that we
ulUvnUon on which the Mand W**BD "jd '**** o*n u chlut could cairy thorn out but that we
lad long niidod itself ;'"'r" "' lnt' Grid's sugar sup- must not aitk for any money; and
Par.iwarhiiMT Vvnnrinu.nh pl-v' bl" hud now <-'P* under *> for somo time I had to buy a
I-ar-reachinc r.xpi'nnicnts Ihe ilIUlckji of the rungus diseaacs_ quantity of choinlcal, botanical
-di.rinV JJifLT JZOH !!!, SI,1Ctf hls appointment Sups*ta- and biological apparatus, and for
fr ,hf i-u, ,k K. > 5^, tendent of Dodds, Bovell had been *<-", in sxIdiUon. to pay an
i^n^JSr^Tf^!!!^ !"-*? engaged in experiment,,! won;, assislant out of my salary.^Such
arictics of canes from stipulation would scorn fantastic
I man Dovel! como forward to serve
. ZSS Uni ZTaTL Iellin varieties of canes from * atipulaUon would seem fantastic
,...iai -Uu u i .S'. < the Botanical Department of Ja- to the modem research worker,
SlSK^n.. J,l tT "la,ca- Now- wlIh dtowtw la^'n$ yet wa in ""^ circumsUnces
without his genius and hat oflftl ,hl. sugar induslrVi hc rcsoivtl| l0 that Bovell carried out experl-
TZ nTV^ I ;kR !,"'; ""^i'yhisstudyofnewvanene. m-nts that were to have far-
ruiofi, Barbados and the West .Sued ..( Ins seedlings as cane from r'achinir .esults. Such U the debt
indies would hove fallen Into ,-- u,e Bourbon variety were inm:.!!- >hat th<- sugar industry of the
retrievable ruin. alc.|y abandoned and the White world owes to the discovery of
In the year 1859 when uove.l Transparent cane was selected foi- conP .seedlings and tho develop-
was only four years old the experiment because it showed the meni ol new varieties that Bar-
owner of Highland plantation, greatest resistance lo the fungus oados is Justly proud of her
J. W. Parrls, reported in the disease which had brought the d. tinguished son.
Press that he had seen ,-iugar cane collapse of the Bourbon. In 1808 Bovell was awarded the
seedlings on his land and that the Imperial Ser\-ice Order for his ln-
scedliogs wore from the Bourbon Bovell'^ success In this expert- valuable woik In tropical auricul-
and Transparent as well as from JJtcnt In 1888 was an event of the ture But a fjir more adequate
native varleflQB of canes. This was n,sl importamo. Hecognltlon was expression was found for West
a startling dt*covery, that was to Riow ln wminj; at tlrst. It was Indian gratitude when a scholar-
prove of world-wide importance, '"'' uJ'ul >*"> eleven years latei hlp wag established in his name
Out at tho time it went almosi rhal Sir Daniel Moms, then head it Imperial College of Tropical
completely unnoticed. Though ot ln* Impcrt.il Department of Agriculture In Trinidad. The
Parris's discovery rscssvad little Agricultuie, publicly called atten- decision of the Barbados Govern-
^redence at first, the opinion ""n to the value of seedling cane* ment in 1337, nine years after his
icdily gained ground Uiai "> the groat bailie to save the death, to award two scholarships
the seed of the sugar cane West Indian surar industry from In every three years, to the value
was fertile. As Bovell grew uo. iuin. In recognition of his services of 150 each per annum for three
he came to hear of tho alleged * n research worker, Bovell was years, together with free tuition,
discovery of 1850 and ht< curiosity appointed to take charge of tho piovided the sort of memorial that
was aroused. When ho was np- '|,,|'L work in Barbados as Agrlcul- would have gladdened the heart
pointed Superintendent of the tural Superintendent of sugar- of the man who worked with
Dodds Reformatory and Industrial rS'"' experiments. single-minded devotion to advance
School In 1883, he began, with the Bovell s reputation now bcgiu* ,he cauBt' ' tropical agriculture,
permission of the Government, to to travel beyond his native land. ,v.. --* I
work on the testing of varieties of C, vice: soon .*gan 'NeXl heSekT GBEAVM).
No. We Couldn't licbusik Tin
Men Of The Air
The Saints and Sinners Club
*iv.'ciali**s In the pleasant art of
Uebunkery. Pomposity has
rough time if It rears its head, and
fa'se modesty is shrivelled QkC a
rfiiitn.
Bookmakors- editors, comedians,
Lawyers, ssntlmentsllrts. satirists
and pollHciana -vou will find all
or them In the limited member-
ship.
But last month the chairman,
Frnnk Gentle, branched oui.
We held an aviation lunch, and
when It was o\cr STOryoU '
knew that something signiflcan'
and even ; memorable hi I
happened.
In that fathering rsi
of the sjreameis ami mad me -
who Jladii |he Rrst strplani
and nTt tlir:t-,. And spruiktc
among ! HuSlll WSt
of to-day who rare
world BJ If II
bigger than a pond.
Flvini; Pijr
There was Sir g^dorkk Hand-
ley Page, who at 67 years of ago
speaks as If he is making himseli
he. rd above i: .
nine. 'They said the German
planes would be better than ours."
he said. "The- weren't!'1 Near
him was Lord Brsbagon, pilot No.
1. who. on ore of his first flight*:
m those far-o't i
Pig with him |o pi tva that phpi
can fly.
"Did thoy put it in a
No. It sold for idiom live shlUmgS
above Its market price .
vidod an Eng'.i-h d nner."
Bader. who refuses to stay on the
By lleweiley lf,.v.* r
ground for more than a few days
at n time, jested well ami moved
us deeply in ihe process. George
Ward and Laddie Lucas, young
veterans of the last war in the
air. looked with proper respect
upon Sir : who aj-*.
B.OA.C. on ,w cfffflcult course
around th*- wn id.
There u but Wiers it-ere tfhosfs as well
. . the men utho gave their
tires in raaqHeriny lhaf lait
el ;* air.
NO srondor Aaeunn Sevan m
a private guest, lo. ked on and
t. The
only saint., oi skMers ihal mat-
tered at that !joche,>n were those
\. :ti avass,
l*ll|Jl* TbhTDS
i with an ironic
pen The next da> at |
Of Commons there were two
tunetlons in adjoining prlvaU
i
German journal-
..iher was given by
wi'tlam Teehng in honour of the
Japanese Ambassador
ll.no mid us that the
' lost the devotion
"r hiJ people. Ii I
lion as a
! lie ii |h lie.id ol tin'
family."
i bsvra alwayi boUovo
was a bad day when we ended the
Anglo-Japanese alliance. Tt re-
I rastrsanlni In-
lluence on a nation which was un-
ceasingly dominated by arrogance
and fear. But America insisted,
and we boweo to her will.
This Liberty ?
In a week lowded with events
I had some doubu aboul accepting
the inv tatiot, io attend a party Jt
he Poluu, l^nbassy to celebrate
ffitt5J2_J*r,ary of thal country's
Poland'., luwration? Was that
Lei" iST4" ,itabbcd hc 1" the
back while ..he was lighting for
tUri"ur *S"!1St H,Ut'r's bUu"
kneg? Was It (n the last stages of
IhO war when the Warsaw Resis
tance Movement struck n the
t.ermans and the Hussions did not
movg o sold:.; tu help.
Or pcrhap* iae celebration was
.n honour of the day when Poland
\changpd her Nasi masters for
tlie men ..r in* Kremlin.
.Wsshlcss
digs company Uiat
githercd ai the Bmbassy in Port-
land place. There were lots
and 'Ota of ur Left-wingers cavi-
aro nd vodka arsrs to be had,
but not even the politeness of a
llU make me say that
it was a merry party.
I met one of the Russian 5m-
ssnssd rather
'. Perhaps he is uutloui
> new Ambassador
Groanyko who may make changes.
iue Russian naturally
wants lo r;un to his beloved
it may not be
'o go to the next
world before hi* time.
NOBODY'S
DIARY
Monday On behalf of ihe standpipc
masses I hereby protest against the
turning oil of the Fountain water.
How can it depress the majority of
the island's inhabitants, who have no
running water in their homes or hovels.
if the few thousands who pay for this
privilege have to content themselves
with a trickling shower ?
One of the things which give satisfac-
tion to the waterless masses is the sight
of the water gushing from the Fountain.
Even the expert says that only a small
saving of water is made when the Foun-
tain does not play.
Why then be so niggly ': Let it play
at full blast!
Only one person in sixteen in the
United Kingdom has water in their
houses but do they stop the fountains
in Trafalgar Square from playing? You
bet they don't If people can't have water
in their homes they like to see it play-
ing in their fountains.
Turn on the Trafalgar Fountain and
.1! up tin
Bl is sea
tution Lake. If water Is Scarce let's
hove a rationing scheme but hands ofl
the Fountain, say the standpipe com-
munity on whose behalf I am proud to
speak (Loud huzzas and cheers from the
Civic Circle).
Tuesday Pardon mv standpipe laugh. !
know it's vulgar. But I can't help it
You see they have built a lish shed at
Paynes Bay. And in this shed they hava
erected a concrete slab. And do vm
know how the concrete slab is bein
used? That's right! the wise boys n
the neighbourhood sit upon it and id!
fish stories
Further along the beach in the hean
of cast-off-c loth ing land, a centre for thf
just-over-teen-agers is growing. I hope
soon to get some support for my sol<
clean the beach campaign. Or perha,)
the younger set don't see what I see
Wednesday Couldn't we have a bit of bin
next June during Coronation Weel-
Impress the Government Water Bon
enlist ("Barbadoes" if necessary) t!i
Pocket Players and slage the landing at
Holetown all over again? Think of the
fun and games! All the hoi polloi (thai's
you and me) could stand around wea
ing Jacobean dress or Arawak grr
skirts according to choice. There wcuid
of course be oceans of drinking, a catr-i
or two and the inevitable steel-bard
Capt. Raison and the Police Band and
the musical horses would be given
week's holiday. They deserve it. Th*
whole exciting performance could In
filmed by the British Council and showi
to school children in England to make
them Empire-minded. We've got to d
something to compete with the Carib-
bean Festival that's just ended in Hoi'.i
Besides I get a bit tired with the s.iu
old parades by the Police Band. Don'
you? There would of course be sonu
connection between the Pageant and tin
Throne. On June 2nd there would be
most dignified and traditional Barbadian
ceremony during which the name "HoL-'
would be decorously buried and w.e.f
June 2 1953 the capital of the St. Jamc?
Coast would be Queenstown or if that'?
not good enough Elizabethville.
But in any case we've had enough ul
the Hole. It's too shabby for the mii>
eral coast.
P.S. To mark the breach with the past
the wealthy residents or property own
ers of the Platinum Coast will (I hope)
present the people of Baibados with
miniature open air Greek Theatre and
a large fountain on condition that the
fountain is never turned off.
Thursday People are asking whether
Temple Yard is the Valhalla of hawk-
ers!
FridayThe big advertisers are missing ar
opportunity. The country shops of Bar-
bados are to say the least not pretty
The advertisers go along and ereci
signs. Drink. Eat Relax etc., etc.
What they should do is combine ad
vertising with shop improvement. A
coat of paint: a couple of flowering pou.
a cluster of hibiscus: would have mou
effect on the passerby than a metal sign.
And the more attractive the shop th;
more business. Besides tourists like ,
and everybody wants tourists. Becaus i
without tourists we could not afford I
buy the spoons to stir the sugar In our
sweet water.
Saturday I hope the Fisheries Officer ha
read about the latest CDC Flop. It sees.
that something like a quarter of a m I
lion (sterling) has been consumed ll
search fur sea-fish off the Seychelles.
They found it seems more shells ths
fish and are selling out their stock.
It is iust possible that some of the net
and a trawler or two might be obtained
for the local fishery experimental s.?
tion.
P.S- With seaweed in the news a:i.'
gelatin in short supply can anyone tell
me why we see so little sea moss? Tlvy
tell me it crawls with vitamins.
P.P.S. For North Americans only :
"It's cooler in Barbados (See Breeze
passim.)"
Advt.
CANASTA PLAYING CARDS
(Complete with Instructions)
S2.28 per Set
PATIENCE PLAYING CARDS
72c. per Set
ADVOCATE "STATIONERY
Mwtttbuui
YOU'LL NEED
Galvanised PipeW *}* 1V"
Copper Pipe I" W i" 1\'4"
and Fittings in Galvanise
and Copper
Galvanise Water Heads,
Down Pipes and Eave Gutters.
C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472
FIBRE
SUITCASES
&
LADIES'
OVERNIGHT BAGS
&
LEATHER
AIR LUGGAGE
&
GLOBE-TROTTER
TRAVEL BAGS
And may we remind you that we are also displaying
in this Department, our new__
WOVAX RUGS & CARPETS
Permanently pruofed uuuinst molhs :nnl ull Wool Pesls
IN ATTRACTIVE COLOURS AND PATTERNS
Siiei range up lo 72" x 45" in Rugs, and up lo
9ft. x 12ft. in Carpet!
Da Costa & Co., ltd.
EX JOY THESE ttill,
SVllSKiBAXI,
^COCKTAILS
''"-;o-
On lens
Be*. Whit*. Greta
Cticese
Tooth Picks
Pruoft.
Peanut Butter
Ollves
Carr's Crackers
*WWRRXM

P
Dates
Celery Ilrsrts
Vienna Sausages
Anrliovles
Antl Pa^te
Lobster
Lobster Paste
Kipfirr*
ri/TWTsT7) Kill1 COOL Gold Braid Rum deserves It
a j% -/^~v' ^ Wrfffi- InsWt on "Canada l/-.y" Tonic Water
Ilubbannett rum and Tonic Is the refresher of to-day
1 !. FraumiMi P-nn-.tslle Vlclle Cure Anrbor Butter Is on the was JC Wsteh this Spare for Price sod Delivery
SPECIALS Carro'ji2<\ per lb Butter R-jti* lCc. per th J. R. Kill \1>. COLD BR
\ID 3-YKAR-OLD RVM
phone GODDARDS-we deliver


SATVRDAY, AUGUST 16. 1M2
BVRBADOS ADVtM VTl
p vr.r five
C.J. Confirms Rates In Yonkers Case
Progressive Co. Petition
Accepted By Vestry
.RDSiilP il. Chief Justice, Sir Allan Colly-
iii th* Courl of Common Pleas yesterday dismissed
with costs the petition of the Yonkers Motor Omnil
Ltd.. objecting against the rales the St. Michael Veatrv
laid upon them for 1952-53, and confirmed the Vestry'.
I ale.-..
i tli cisiur. came after three days hearingWednes-
day and Friday last week, and Thursday this week. The
Vestry had assessed the Company at $644.03 in respect c,/
a protit of Sc,:ZM. but they claimed that they had made ivi
front during the previous year from which the Vestr"
basing its rates.
I Una in side; but upon from thai IHrrr
which nus CY npanka objected to are many discrepancies us between
laid upon tin .1 a,i i].,. ,.,
In In* ono 1: :. huh cannol be expbilKsl.
Co. brought agaiim the Veatrv, Umtmmtt \...\n,
Hi. Uordahip >, ,,, vJSg; The cJ^ ^iST,,, one
',1Z.?," .rU",'.,'.h,*.,'hc '""'-'', -'*' >^Sitesteo auditors and
ESfL.,f **J l\ X"1 ""' eventually by aa,
rli ^LVosll> ,h"'"W Mr. Cuk* ana admitted .....peel
nil the book, rlepi^cededtocx:..,.,,,.
B, obtactad th.
.... i, bantu gat. ..lou3 . ..
.hU, 2 '"- '7, "" V"u> lh* f"11*- Return. Boo l, , i
2-JfS they would accept tie have previously mentioned API ur-
leturn. ui that Company. I Da, hid ,,, ,,p ,.,,,., ,,, llol h,v. .^.^
?T? '"? ",' ..5-^?8 ln respect lo, or did not take account
^Sn II^^*^ co^s .SLnSrsa wL k
Mr r. II aVS .U~.i...j true "Icture of the accounts In tun ynieroay morning. Hit Lord-
v r V,?' I K T i,J?Z ? Ttew ' """ PP" ." the Dallj h'P lh Chief Justice Sir Allan
ISSJa "li1 m;,.T' v'" .i1": Return. Book and Ihe Highway. Collvniore. Kt., welcomed on be-
1 ."-f" Ye-wo.l 4 & Transport Book. " nil Ml. Justice
[fS.'ffiSS '" ''',"' Individual Iradcrs.TradihK Com- Cl: " d S. Husband.
tor the NationalI Una Co. atoo pan,(. shouln k , ^ to the Local Bar. and admitted
E% ti ''',,'; .ritr;' T ""arcou"" """ ""- SriS,c"
f-. w. wmirt, instructed > ihc rleiUiiB* If trHt*r Iio-m -. ,h* ,,l,r nd
!' Solicitors, represented le 22SE ."_'?!2 JJ12...1S Man.
Progressive Co. '
HI. Lordship "id: "By tnclr r^r."^T^jr.^ ^-^2 the jury box. ns welT as friends
Founder Of L.S. Aid SocieUQ.Ci Rangers I
Stresses Aims For People Return Fram
MR. HILBERT WIl.KI.N
SON, organiser and I
of the American Aid SocMty
tnc f i th* Wet) [ndits, tolu i,
gathering including lay
leading social winkrrs 01
Barbados at Bethel Hall on
Thursday nigh., oj the work
thai ihe Society yam doing for
the destitute people of Bar-
-1 the West 1 ,.
Mr. Wilkinson, a Barb.id.an
n the USA (or the
p..-' 5S years, has his Own
priming establishment. He
arrived here recentIv
visit, his second in live yean
Trinidad
Slalten Queena C o I I e I
ned to the ulan
by the
MR. C, S. Hl'SBAMIS
C. S. HUSBANDS
ADMITTED TO
BAR BY CJ.
: members of the bar, some
8BJ?.W ~i"/ S n,Uu,,V,rTl,?'a'lcu!'a,cBr7,U:'; oJner^l.ttroouee!;* ^S22
f the parish o( St,
Michael sivlne a Usable nrofl- "ccount n ** *<*,o* them ar* to Their' Lordships, and said:
a. *5 Sfl for which he t woSd JS"*""1* < f.l. .Uowms may- "May tt please Your Lordships.
bi Mwoi * for an occasional en or, irader* I apply ihis morning for Mr. cuf-

mm
. t i,
0 Kern
i yesterda,*' niommr by :
.- I'aaaslUa t'haJlearf-r from T;
. i.i dad. In charge j'. (ne girls were
Hi Mia C Jordan and Mi I I
tv Pickering.
a It I) While in Trinidad, th*- girl-
-. camped at Ihe Trinidad Girl
I Guide Headquarters at rVlm<>;K
the I) I* They made tnpa to San >".-ns.ir <
I \ Hrea and Point-a-Pierre. >'
f'oint-u-Pierre they were take-i
around the oil
Ihe Camp Commnndant W-M
I* iik.1* Nurs and s.ic
. wilted by Mi.-a Ufivl Skee
he) remained h Trinidad for
and is slaying with his rail Itoudai
tives in Bank Hall Road. I corporation. _
I the meeting wa- bill Ihe met Hln MlM Jimtan and M
ii IIccklCK who Intr^-iuceti I I I . ,,,,.' :cki-iing led the Advoeate y.
Mr. Hi Inert Wilkinson and his pie ...id wee Irjtinj tht-i, b terday that t>e.r visit *ui ve
i Mr. Otwav Wilkinson an- f jucceealul one. ie Tim.d .1
BarbwUaa who La prom- m 1L?* ver> no,,PUfll,u' ';
mb of the American- they aald.
Aid Society I 'ho*e returning yeaterd n
Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson. expUin- m..v Jjere: M( C. Jordan, Mis* I
ir.s his mlaaloo to Barbadoi told " i;"\v iln- Society wai ffrmed fotir U m,,'M',, n,'l'v' itrathwaic
go. At th.l lin iw M nidi gy >"''. ABdollM K",
that It was not incorporate.! u Mnndene King. Anita Lawaat
quite a number of popI d only handle p th. Leila Maseoll Patnnj M..xw- l
looking nfter the inter* Joan Walker. Marcla Yardc. Jei.n
paafW back home, but thai "ori-
waanotao. ThtSoelet] ba e Ihe Society
Hi doarter and served islnnds in to i ' front t.*
the West Indies includini; JantCt- ll I tct help Wh.'j ii would be
ta. St. Kitta, Kevis. Anttfc I m| h i pM accord-
Trlnidad, and Barbados. v would
have to continue contributing tv
ihe other West Indian Islands
Mi Svmmo;cls on behalf cf ihe
local Committee promised thru
th*> would do all m their power
be $044.03.
The Yonkeri Motor Omnibus Co.
Ltd in their petition dccUred thai
they should not have been rated
apply i
c?nnot expect relief from the tax- ford S. Husbands
i to be admitted
lng authorltlea or fiom the Court, to practice In the Court or this
In the circumstance* of this ease, island,
wilh-ut finding it nccessurv to gu Mr- Husbands was bom in Bar-
^ ratin- the lnto gna^r detail, the oblections bados on the 5th August. 1928. the
It is for the Petitioner
Best and Clanta Jordan.
'Challenger' Taking
Sugar, MolcAHes
For Canada
ppnsafed In any way and the work to see ttu* the Instructions of the cballaiurar under the comma-
i j.-'i.-ena.) K.( (Wan- mni 4j C^ilnli i.-l-U 6t-til ..HI aM.I .kill ^* ... -.
He said that proper books were
kept and the organisation was run
on strictly business line;. The
member* of th; Committee com-
prising Barbadians worn not com-
I erformed by
\oluntarlly.
them
to substantiate their claim for re-
.., the objectioni.
of the Company must be dLsmissed f1"0' ,hf 'nt* "r A S. Husbands
^TITS w'h <^ -d ** rate which they L*^J&?*& ?&?
Plantation, St, Lucy. He was edu-
f. The Vestry Is authorised under JT^L""i^vSrl" -^^'"1"^ taled lhp P"^ School. St.
the Act to_rate the Company which ^.^Lvt n?^ t .^c^ an tonilnn the rate., in the book. untu ,g40_ Fnm ,94fl unIil 19%g
has lieen In existence for one year
by .ompaiiiiK the pioflt earned
by similar compniues for similar
I ii Inon
Accepts Kcturns
he was an Assistant Master at the
Parry School.
admitted to th. Middle
The riso pf th~ Prnon^ciii' th-n ,!1, ';,s "dmillcd to thi Middle
sS&SSS"----' '^^ -v
,i Y?^P^ >('"' ^ took his flnab to the
The D;.i|v Returns Book of the I7W "r lh,s ^omP*-n>- Examination in December
Compsmy was m nev dencc and Sl i?"^^!? ^ COrt" ,MI- nnd w" calle<1 to ,h" E,1"
. ie rtleJlosii es \verc sho1u,(l,bc *<>*<* the Company. .h Baron the I3lh May. 1832.
eleiid .in, SST3^ i lZ Hu LarashlP d lh* l>*"-- w 'Subsequent to taking his finals.
e^mnlri Vh -122 ^ e'hu St! no di51>ule about that- DUt l!,c aur- * took a post final course lasting
Zill B^ SS t,on w" ln rt*',ccl "f how mu">' 'w three months from Pebruary
^ n ?1 ^ rtayfi- Normally, he thought it to May this year, nnd in addition
appears in it. On the 3rd of July. might ^ ,,. the firsl day ))( tho |o lhl, u,uill Certlfteata of Call,
}H JTSJ^li V?8, *^T 'l?1 hree cases, and for yesterday, for I have hero a Certificate regaxd-
l!ZiyJ<^2ifcrC \ \ i ' il w vW" from the start that ing that Course which -hows that
f^ J!f^ .1'^'." ,? >e ^a^** M have to be tried was Indeed n thorough and use-
Of that book are $252.34. An addi- separately ful course for a gentleman about
tion of the figures in the respective Mr u^rrow 8ajd that the lo undertake the practice of liit
i amount lo that. wUr.c^es had to attend the Court profesaton ~
ach day when the other cases
,'i're being heard as there
never any knowing when tney
1 would be required. He had intii
ed from the first day when
He said that the k"
kifts of clothing irequently to
Barbados to be distributed among
the poor people anil then wen
itirnuurs which apparently came
from this island th.n bed P Mtaed
the Committee of the So* i
ing that the people or whom tne
gifts were Intended, got little cr
none of them. Such rumours be-
to nffrct th.
done Society were carried out and thai
distributions would be made to the
i ca.'e.
of Commander Victor Clarke,
arrived here yesterday moimiv
from Trinidad with 120 tons
cargo to be landed. This cargo
Ktiginated from Australia, Coli
bo and Trinidad.
Already tho ship has been load-
ing 2,500 tons of sugar at Britl
Guiana. She will now take a lo.nl
of 3,600 tons of sugar while Ll
fire at Brevilor Plantation, Carlisle Bay.
Peter, at aboul ItM pjn. on in addition to sugar, the chal
work of the We Fire Ai Brevilor
i'l.inlalimi
Ketuurkahle Disclosures
AUNT CHLOE
Always ueee PirrKR'H cueo.
but only S152.3-I, and thore can ,
clearly be seen the supei frnpoai- .
tion of the figures, a two for the
figure one. that Is, the Bfure two ii
the ttwreet ft| i
There are a mulUturie of similar
ristcr.'
His lordship (ho Chid Justice.
Sir Allan Collvniore. Kt.. In wel-
, com i? Mr. Husbands uniti:
"I congratulate you from this
Bench on your call to the English
"* Bar. and I welcome you on your
and he especially Waited ''' ecrei of wur grasa Thi i oheone of molasses and 750
tho island at this time to consoli- the property of J. W. and II. M tons of rum The cargo she
dote the work of the society Skeete." It was not Injured. taking is for Canada,
ppc'int a Steering
Committee who would be able lo
look after the distribution of items
Uceived from the Sociity In arl
of the poor.
The Committee comprising Mrs.
M. <:. Cummins. Mrs. Olga Sym-
monds. Madame Mil. Mrs. U A.
Hall and Mr. A. Lloyd Mayers
would be responsible for all the
.-.itiiks sent to Barbados on be-
half of the Society und they would
eg Hut the instructions regard-
Iftg the distribution to die vari-
ous parishes wero carried out
the Bar of this
be addmonj arc wrong as appears His ^^a f^end had an oppor-
tM ikli. band ...umn; and In Iunity from thnt time to '.,-with So fur as I am aware, you are
Post Call Course
most inttaneei wheie aduiuons thl. ,lirni, Ihe first barrister admitted to
remade, tbeae eddlUon* are com- tjAw ih virv hurt nitnA practise in the Courts of this
paraUvely large sums of money, u?' t orSu-I lEir books "* who has had the advantage
n(tiim-afii-niinflfA..,(i- upon tncm to produce tnelr D-xKS ff .,, -Xv iMtit.iii.d Post Call
lo.?and- , ., Chambers with a practising bar-
His Lordship allowed the peti- rislrr 0( %omi. years' experience.
tion of the Company with taxed j am pleased at that, and I am
costs including three Court days. sure you will derive great benefit
_________________ from that course.
I fear that you will find your
hranch of the profession some-
what overcrowded, but the gener-
, ostty of the ".S-miors". 1 am glad
to say. still continues, and it may
be that you may get some benefit
men bv bring given work which they
work *re lo busy to undertake How-
ever I wish you success in your
Twelve Get Wxwk
On "Specialist
right
column of various pages.
No explanation is forthcoming
from the pv'.itluncr Company, as
how, by whom, or for what purpose
'.rations, additions and
erroneous entries were mode. No
ild do such a thing
the gross receipts for the
amounts appearing in the respec-
tive cohimns representing the true
takings car-h day. Twelve Barbadian
rbere arises therefore the ir- were chosen yesterdav
resistible inference that large on the Harrison Liner
.,mounts were received as takings
which did not appear in the various
columns Cor the days takings, and toyV were also picked.
It can only be said that these alter- ^ soon BS lhe news got around
; lions and additions were made ir. that the Specialist would be taking
order to bolster up. for appear- on seamen, many men who were
...e. the wrong figures put gathered on the wharf flocked to
as gross takings. the office of the Harbour and
Although it wan only by means Shipping Mastei.
of a spot Chech of these bodks
audit was made by the
auditor of the Company, it Ls pass-
ing strange that all these altera-
tions nnd additions should still
ne to hii attention
ere received as takings sileeUulk* srie""w'lll bV firemen*, profession the traditions and dig-
others are A.B's. and cooks. Two nity of whichil fee!! sure, 5
It Is hoped now that this com-
mltte* has been appointed, all per-
sons having any grievances or
complaints to make with regard
lo the distribution, will do so
through the Committee.
He said that barrels of shoes
end clothing had already been
shipped from America and were
I u to 1 nive here next wcuk m
ition
Visited Welfare Centres
ktu Wilkinson visited
U feJfhre eantiea in th" btlend
1 highly of the work thai
was being done on behalf of th
poor. He also referred lo thi
palling conditions of some of th*
I eonle In the island and promised
when he returned to the U.S.A
that his Society would mafci I <>\n
servant of the public to aid these
Courts in the just and fair admin-
istration of tho law, and I shall
only hope that mv efforts and as-
pirations will not b^ in vnin."
gives you this redpv "f
rhTER'S ... cake supieme
Willi ii covering i.nd filling of
PCTEB*8 chocolate cream
neat friend* win love u and th?
women too
And nut a crumb will thev leave for
roUj
WIM CHOI'tll.AT: (AKK HirREMK.
Crepm cup butter << mardartne and 1 cup sugar
A d be 1 11 >. With -' leaspoons baking powder end 3 t.ihlespoon PKTFIt'H
cocoathoroughly blend...... odd alternately with . cup milk
l'"11 f*B U*.....nd hiitly add egj* white*--
(I divide mlxtuu mto j9 laver cake pens and
hake in moderate oven.
I'KTKR'S CHOCOLATK OaUMM (OVERINU ANI l ll l IM,
-' 1 up. king 'ugar3 tablespoons PITkK's
Cor cm.
I .
I
n I
'
largi
oatenei 1 utblegDooi
id essence. Cut butter or
DtO icing sugar add PETKfVH
oeoe and otlV r ingredlents^mix until a light
paste then layer together with
layi .'mi cover cake entirely.
THIS IS A NESTLE'S PRODUCT
't lb. tins only 24 cents
'- lb. tins only 48 cents
1 will
Oase Adjourned
His Worship Mr. C. 1. Walvn
being reveaied7and"it b'eleiv that City Police MMtMrate, yesterday KfcpT^rw'AUorney General ha
in none of the occasions of the *iuJn"vi*.".,__,h*".' .V.." madereference to him.
endeavoulr to uphold. You arei
now admitted to pracUse In all
the Courts of this Island, and I
.hi fin your admission.
Reviving, Mr. Husbands said:
M. l^.rd. I am deeply Mn-
oured to be Introduced to the Lo-
ral Bar by Uw^rned Attorney
U ii morning, but there is
i ne regret and that is. that
ore "f those whose desire It wt-
that I should practise at this Ba
b- not here with us. Howerer, I
ui v.-rv pleased that^my learned 1
additions and alterations made.
v.as any check made by him of the
various amounts In the respective
columns, because he t'">!; the totals
:.pponrtiig in the right hand total
column, regardless of what the
true additions were.
There Is alto under revi<*w Chi
further hearing
brought by the
Mai thi John who
mal-treating her
half-year-old child
16th July
-A tht ~ ..j , m pnWBW i j-~,.;.
Police agains. l_<1 for ,ne welcome, the kin'
s charged with temBtks and the kind warning three-and-n- .h. pnMibllltles that this Bar 1
on .th and looming overerowded. it ha
alslays lWen my humble oplnio
j' moat grateful to you. M>
jLlWi'u ("'eii tiiv nuniuir t^"1""11
John pleaded ttuilty to the ,hat (.vsr>. additional good barrls-
rharge at an eariier hearing, and ler (, nil asset to any Bar. M*
, it was expected that Sgt. Gill who ..jm is in he a good barrister
Highway, & Transport book and prosecuted would have given ev:- '^Deeply conscious of UfcanoW
ihe explanation of the Managing denc. y^ traditions of the English Bar o'
Director about the number of pas- The matter was adjourned yes- which 1 am extremely proud and
nsjen earned wmdn e"erns n terday because Sgt. Gill could not hapay to be 1 member. I shall
^ _______ .1 by the other- attend the Court due to illness. cverv o"^'lon endeavour as
THE FAMOUS "JONES"
HAND SEWING MACHINE
Obtainable only from . .
HARRISON'S
SIMPI.K TO 1MB
SILENT AM) I FFICIF.NT
IN ACTION
Mnkrs a Perfect l.ml lilch on
all inalcri Hnts\
illk 10 ilu- bi
jc- QUABANTI I D Hi (.<
a I.ilrlinii- ...
NrrvM .
Caah Price. Complete >vilh
1 v.r
ONLY $99.16
Hire Purthe*e Terms Arranged
SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTOBS
DIAL 3142 OR 2364
YOU
MUST
REALISE
SLEEPING
COMFORT
IS YOUR
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o
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COMBINATION BEDFTEADt-BlM 3' -tfiB 38 each
BEDSTEADS BUo 3' 3"~139 S3. 142.60 each
BEDSTEADS- -Site 4' 6"130 83 to 851 87 each
SPP.1NOS SIM 4' r>" from 829 00 lo 868.01
flls* P H" from $36 86 to 840 76
CANApIAN INNER SPRING MATTBESSES-Sisa 4' I
192 67 nnd 8111 31
PILLOWS Siia 17" BVll 88 SCO
18" x 26"17 55 eseh
Cave
Shepherd
Sc CO.. LTD;
10. 11, 12 & 13
Broad Street
GEORGE PAYNE'S
is
GOOD COCOA
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
.Yom- Ihul lh<' '
lliirrirniK- Svaunm
I i Xpproarhinfi
KCtP A HANDY ..
EMERGENCY 1st AID OUTFIT
Only 3, A Set
ALSO
KI.ASTOPLAST PLASTKRS
KI.ASTOPI.AST STHIP IIRKSSINCS
J. & J. COTTON WOOI. BANDAGKS, ETC.
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K.MKHTS DRIC STORES All Rranrbfs
hoy it i i
is a Guard
against
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known throughout
Barbado*
as the Brit


PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAT, AUGUST 1, IMI
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELERRONt ZS0B
pim.it SALES
RAL gSTAl'K
DIED
o.Fi
\Ft-On Angual IMh 1RM. I
reatdaikce Dougttlsr. Vil'age
trtslrew Allan Or. .* -ire :
U fiiril learvra me aba** **!
M 4 M Dm. '.,.,.
Andrew mUh enure*.
DU, lHv* twtuuw
Kaanelh, Lwd. Ci. i
Orln. Arth-.u ichildrem
IN
Long days, hang iu*u aftr bar* hav
to I
bf
JCvei
srsr.i. Thelma Josei.h
inpughtrrai. liocl IMIdrri.
Doldren
lahn
I or ret U. Deldre.
It. W li.
IOH HrvYT
HOUSKS
A nk.. taHf.Wa.bWTB
rjrti with running aui al VgaUftc.
CnriM Cinnch.
I Gai.rrle', "isWt[>i,o:i or Sittlng-roMi i
and all N>iIntN Die; tltw
Ik a Mli
FOR SALE
V*rk>aa prM
R Brome.
91 Michael
lioi'si Pm
AUTOMOTIVE
.___i hM> built boar*___
.ningi* nouae i V vltli ahed
i App.r to Roy William-. rYtft Villa**. St
(Ah -Ol >iill:i
Ml Contact K
i pom
nlllu gal lei'
fAH-fiflwl Ford an pood waiKUu
er COnlMl Cr.ll Uiitodlord. Iv>
I ,BI H t U in
i .>n uir Mam
II trtsraM atata l,
J* ot apalji "Oarlton-
i-dt^iM Piiaw Haaoan. Dlniiur Roon
[nd other mods** naimmif* Phoi
UsB IU,Sn
Priri- HM aa. Hir
CA.1-IW Morrla Oatford .oM Mijea
'. Iba. Can mi ton Plantation, m
11.1. M-Jn
CARIMS Vauxball In Good of kin*
roar. Keav lyre,. Coutaci Kenh n -
.de DU1IU u.i SS-*n
(-Anone Wolialaj 8 h.p. In perfect
iidiilon. Apply Eddie GUI C/o H
son Jon.. Oarage It.S.U4n
i IhM d.sir.i.l. residence ..I'M "MAN
DALAY" situate In Abtos-vlUe Garden.
[W.f thing on ll.tlf equal* fart of land The hoot.
buDI of atona and nruiv opal
aallcav drawing and dining roaau.
bedrooms, running watrr In i-jitH
kitchen, toilet and l>ath
Garage, a aervanU' ruotni
and aa-rvsnte' toilet in yard
Several fruit treee
ImpavUon b appointment Dial J"l
TRe auVove will ba aat up tor sole
!.iblic cotatpetition .1 out oiBee In Lm
Ireel on Prlda>. Had |il 13---
CARRDfCTON SEALY.
I OMMpI '
>od lyraa. Nf
i d iaod l.ii-
hJ i taj .
4 Grota* i'ln

Italttiln. low nulr.gr
IUC.-nUy oi inaulatl
A WlttUit. Air. FTlLI
ina 4WT.
16 I 4n
WAITED
Sparkling glass
THt IfHIMiTAOar* IWala at tba
miipt of Whlta Parli and Country Road
Bi.dina: or, abaul IH.O*.' aquara (a*t of
bnd
rrln
Tti* Hoi
Oal p
1*!
m
AM^Ur.f
Shrla*bam
Unfyr.
r^.a IM Sap
Murwali:
CoaM. Attraativa frail burn roam*, Oaraa* and Saavanta' roon.
Goad Sea balhinu Pnoiia S. Danu
iCI ior ppatalnM-nl. 3S.aSH.n
TRUCKSOn. LIH) Dual Oaar V-t
tnaafe and OOF IIW Chevrolet truck, lb
tooal warabul oiilrr. Naw tyraa. Can ba
.-an al Lodaa St.ie Worka. Lodge Hill.
St. MWnaal. Dial MM. Kaim Rayalda.
V.anagar. Puichaaer will Ue sivco work,
riy tha Comp.iiv u M Sm.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
AFTAI.
IKqullable JtirOdlolmtii
JOHN ANTHONY CUMM1NG .plalnllfli
U)FTII!I OTWAY WIUdNfUlN
il>rfendanti
Df purauancc of an Order In Ihu
Court in trie above action nu>ii> on (hi-
flat da of July. IMS. I cm
nil peraoni lnvmf any aMSM, ikI( h
illnlrii room, tutht bed
___ draaalns rooma. wa,ler am
rleelrle ll|tit InapecUon ^"# day Sa.
bnm t'n and lour. nfT.cl.nil all that certain piece i
Tf.a above will ba aat up lor aala at of land iltuata naar Malroaa In
public competition at out irtRce. lurul Oi ol Saint Thomaa ana Itland
Btrerl. on PrlQn tbe SInd day of /u>uat' b^doa rontalnlnf by
p.m. rood lhlrty-Be parc^eia ot tharaabout
CAIUGNGTON *. SSALY
ELKCTRICAL
*
- Vr3r.a:ni
id i4j i
, I*', with
Co.. Ltd
It a it
p.. ml
le p-r-
I Ilar-
I M '
rt* 5197
FLAT a. MOVSE r-Oli lu-mahed. fct
l**r*-e an*daev Phonr M09.
M.a.ut i.ii
eLATTdB V .1. HatMU lta. F.n
TijfciO Sxvaari:iL'l' Cpol Avall-i>
InuJiwj: ilaly lor |1 to ,1 moitha L"rid<
] mi>i Rrldfcluwn Appl> Mra D t
mr.. IB a MH.
RtXJdUTAITLT
RaScn Court A
badroomi and a
Apply -XIIX C
RjOOM Wafiliinf, op;iit* the Rbral Tlioi.tri
Seat Swa-bathin,: Oarafa an..ch-i
*h.r aa.|. l..4-ll.t.
"SWAMtaU- l * Buna-nluw n' Tor'hlru.. .
Srtdi Aaamia Gnrata uwluatva n
3MI or tl*t Wi.81-
TO AN AmnVED TrHAHT
4man lurnlabed flat >i tiedioo1
9Urt lor thre- monin-. Sei,-
timb*T lo Novamlier Phone tt.'^
ANNOUNCEMENTS
\r > i i>:ti;a moksv. AM oi
profti full or apT- time fta1! Par
oonal Cl nali i-h Oraatini."
33 f.ir ti. riinu- lr.prtntod. Sampl*
eSfa Alan f> l.rn.ll'ul '
irvaia Writ Air ..Imi
CARr CO. tfl W. lluio-i St. BtlBU
PERSONAL
O.E.C. RtKl.lUSRATOB.
irt lie*. cfHillion, IUac _
,raa lor ,i nouaawifa Ayjly L el H
Minar, IKej Mroct. Dial I7VI
v.TKrnirn Laad'a End
in' I bidrtami. drawing and dimr.i
bath. Icaart. kllchan llajh'
ruble ft -f ^P1*- "a""',r'" L"nfl"
Larsalf. ?' ___________
butlint and baundtnd o MfM
Honoway an landa of .i piara called "Mel
roaa- on landa of lha catate of Thorn
i.lli dece.iird and on tho public road oi-
laa lb.- aame may obut and
bound to bring before n e an account of
thair aald clalma with ihetr wltneaa..
ilocumenta and 'ouchara. to ba
by ma on am/ Tueada) or F
HAOl^-OHAMOna ill HalucrafUr
u lO'Gr'm In a . Arthur Mayhe* "Wallabrook- Rlvor
Road **hone *B or 33H
16 a M3n
.K-UIJI- \Oi ll>S
MECHAMCAL
"D HiOEI^AT-jR
uroal Dial HOI.
H'.i-UJJAM'WI^
IlOliKS -Faahioti Hooka. French -
HjaiiUh now available; alao Covara
mom Bucfcm lha lai*at ttyioa <
Ebony Draohop. Ptiine v,
. Stre.1 above l_aahlev, Store and j
pie Head Sticci 10.* 13li
HIOTK
,-ock rtone am
lao a qu-nlit)
irONBA larae q
able for aawlna purpoa>*a
nr mui'hmr-broken atone
,- chips "H" chipa a. '
I tip* and dual. Contact Keith Rayalda
l.naKae lxdj|c Stone Works Co DU>
ajBO 13 I ISn
HOUSEHOLD SQUIPMSHT of aI
leecrlpiion ireei. Dial 9
HAIU'WOOD POSTS la VUUHia lOMi'-
- c -jnod aalocv
lowal K*' IB B &*3n
Mi anrijal
nd Phone
hi *.j n
I of
ion- and S
the OfBce
\uction
NOTICE
i- \it-M OF L. i run lr
Tenders for dM ecaaveyanaa of Pn.
- -'.
the Almahouaa.
ibi Prom 'lie Atmaihoiiae
era I HoapllaJ.
AvllI be received by the imderiipm !
liter than Monday lh aierdoinber,
P S. W SCOTT.
Clerk to the Bo.,d / Gn-i I u-
81 Phllln
II n 3.
ihe fUn.
SM
Ith day of dtiobar. 1493. I
nrder lhat auch elalma may be ranked
...cording to the natute and priori!"
iitareol reepactlvelyi otheralaa auch per-
icna will bo precluded I rum the benenl
of the aald Decree, and be deprivrd of
' .ill elalma on or adalnat the aald proper-
1 tjr.
1 CUlmanU are alao nctlHrd Ih
tfiual attend the aald Court on Wednea-
.la,- the 1th day of Octobec 1M3. at 10
, clock am. when their aald elalma will
i ranked
Given under m> hand 111. 31t day of
,i,lv, IMS
F C TA1-MA.
t Ht Clerk of lha
Aaalitinl Court r Appex
'. .U-4n
TO ALL EUROPE
Only KLM offers all ffaii
Fivp 111;.-1.1- weekly from the Caribbean
Choice of Northern or Southern Rout*
Slt-tpAir and SleeperService available
.Mnpmrrs en route at no extra fare
l.tiMiimu- IH-ti and OC-8K airliners
De luxe and Toarist (la-.- Service
Fly KI.M> superb First Class Service with its fa-
m-mt* 7-course meats and all the "extras" or choose
KLM'fl woaonical Air Tourist Service. On both you
enjoy Ihe eoatfoti mid convenience of the same faat,
motlerii uiivraft and the .oniidence inspired by the
aame experienced 'mi.lion-mile" pilots and crews.
Windolene
For iwicas the thine m
! all the lime. )um uv
vaindolene. Grease,
jm and fly marki so
in nS4h and leave
vuurgljNS sparkling
and poileul> clean.
ot aviaoowi. HiMota. I
itTHi, itiaidiatiORi-
N J;:T M.Y fit-UtB UiBfatl I
taosi. I
roaiI
ummxI
e/aeuu ffas tasty & f&f
SHIPPriC NOTICES
ilaj Lt--l .-
Ill-I
i iicil I
t.i-arsw..,. Imt scivElCdi.
fr,kifc"lon

i Maacolli aa I do not ho.d
add CIJMCNT MURMEL1.
aiiaaea Rili. at. Ptuop
IB B.H3-
notice;
k-Ahitm of >iei*r cncscR
INVALID V/llGEL CHAIR-Apply O. W
, -.chinaon a Ca., Ltd
it a tm-ti
NOTICE
i-Mii-n or RT PHBJr
ApnlicalloM lor Uao l*0t oi Nv.r-e ,il
O* St Philip*. Alir.-houw will !>. .-
net veil by the underalarne'l np to faatur
Appllca Kurae and XtdwKe. and mutt forward
with their appucatlone (heir naptl-m.
Certifkalea aa wall a. thalr Ceettncatra
.if rompolcnof
The auceeeatul candidate will bo re-
ouired tp aaauine dutlee on the Man
Btptimber. INI.
iiiv further particular* may bo ob-
tained from Ihe Parochial Treaeurci.
Omce
P S W SCOTT.
Clerk to ihe Board of Guardian.
St Philip
IB W Tn
NOTICE
III HARRADOH At.l A '< < I i'B
OTIC* TO MtMSSia
OM-OAl.l.ON FOOD IASB
A quaHiy of one ili gallon tile>t li
!0M In lot* -I i" i-a. than atat *n
I |1 w each Appl, ihe Slandar.
gaaei Hdoai Co. It Swan Street
-lal MHO. It.a t3--3n
OFFICIAL SALE
l A KB ADOS
IN THE AMIRTAMT COIRT OC
rn ai
lEquiUuila JuriaauUoni
JOHN ANTHONY CVMMING iPliiliUiff
LOKTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
i Defendant*
NOTICE la hereby fTven lhat by vir-
|ua of an Order of the Aaalatant Co.ut
I Appeal dated the Hat day of July.
1M3 there will be Ml up for aale to Ihe
, nlBheal bidder .it the Office ol the rirr ,
l The Aaalatant Court of Appeal BI Ihe
e> h Hayast Ida* tarn mnm ih.
jnobn ol 13 uiooni ..nd 3 o'clock In thr
I afternoon on Pride,, the 10th da- f
, ik-tober. 1BB3- All thrl :<
paaeal of land aituMe near ktrlroae HI
I lha pariah of Saint Thomaa and laland
..( Barbedoa ro-ialnlnf by idmiaatiW
nienl on* rood and thIHy-flvr percht
ii ir.areabouta abuttlnf "nd bounalng on
(anda ol UllarW llolaoway on landa of a
i iid' ol tbe
Thomas Gill, dreeraed.
nomiiui, Atis-mALi'. amvi
8SALAN0 W r i on "
MA N S UMSl
I S -aiOlCGTlii la acbeduled lo
from Port Ptrte May Slat. Devonport
r* MR. Melbourne June IHh Sydney
, .e StUi. Briabana July tin, arrtvtna al
rbadoa about AiuruM Sth.
in addition to general cargo thla veaaal
-. atnpl* apace for chilled and bard
bSSb carao.
arao accepted on through Btlla of
iinf for tranahlpmant at TrlnidJd H
tlah Guiana. Ian-ward and Windward
la.
'or funhar partlOMlan apply
iRMSSB arm to., ltd..
da ooaTA a oo.. ltd..
.[ The M V -CABIRBrr.
f c*pl Cargo and PBMtna
I Dominica, Antigua. Moi. errai
I Xevb and St Kltt* Sailing Tuea- .
t day lMh Inat
The M V MONEKA will ac-
cept Cargo and Pa.-engera for
Dominica. Antigua. Montacrral.
Navia and St Kitta galling Prl-
day air.d ln
B W.I. 8CBOONIB OWNRRS'
ASSOCIATIOM (DC
Ceaatanee. Talephear N
Vt*X.'>fla&W#
AP" LIC v
Peeoehlel Ufftci
m ,t pi Hot
.o,-ac .Marl:-'
raaaflvM h
ihii'slMvaede.
: ir. i ic I'--
Advstalr Slationcry
frOlt IMIOKK
"notice
iocRrrr.li apRmo mattRrssrs.
A llmiled number of FatahI Spring
lied Mnttreaaca. Each indivldu-
Bprlnf rovered Si Caleooc llUtaii.
vat marulactured type 3 I.
asff.at each Alao iital'abl" In i-<-
IKchea IVlce on application TH
'.andard Agency >B doai CO., 14 Swai.
tt.el, Dial NS> U 52-3i.
I'AM'S MATH DYE -R.eommrndrd H
..iil.ng nairdreaarra Eiiv to apply
rjiiniuir Action. Gloaty Effect N'.
nUcS lillows Du> Bollle. 1 Gooding
.iiwbi Aiiu/ 10 *.L*-ii.
si.l-WHUia BOW to the D*U>
ti (raak I tutland > leodti.i; lioilj N-
var now arrrvlng In Bwrbadaa by An
uly a lew day* after publication 1'
ondoa. Conlaat 1-s Gale, C/o Adve
te Co. Ltd. Local RepteaanUtlv.
fol. Ilia. H.JS-tJn
STOVESJust arrived Shipment ol
i r stand Model, ol I
CiKJtEN ARROW" Blue Flame Ol
tlovea With the long Inatirg FHwr .<1LAM
/ICKS OHTA1NABLE at all leadm.
(ardware Stores K. J Hamel-Smltl.
< CO Limited Aftcnt. llucige Street
hone tTM I a WJi
IrUCES-For Sale a' BUckman'a Houn
l Joarph Mat.ogaity T.eea. tver
inn offer, will be received up to 3Ttl
Miguil. inapeclroti any da*, any hou.
Vpply .o Mra. JrJhn Lee on tbe prom
et. and Oweta in writing made to her
14 8.53-$n
I
I -t.d :. I
MvrareN ||*| i
WARNINGS.
r \var>
avoid low lyinu art-
liable to flood. Make i
i.fnts to lesvt j
early. Don't run the risk
oi being marooned.
??
NOTICE
i.n! Rtr<** will be
CLOSED FOR
OD
TI-ESDAY, I'll II AUOU8T
and
'.li.ONKaD.tK. SOTH
AllOUST
a
V. D.. LIMA A CO. LTD.
"\'oor Jewfll'"
i<..f-llpf
NOTICE
We will he closed from
IKth Instant to 30th for
our
ANNUAL
HOLIDAY
Hj a the Club will ba
lOied to Member* on Saturday, 10th
iiiauat. rrom I 10 to 10 p m for Watei
MaSMkM
By order of the CorrawiUlee ot
Management. _____
II P srEHCEH.
Secretaru
if I*.
I ihen aold the aj
,p |.,t tall Ifea aa<
aold lor i
efeM
d
ill pnprrt/ will be '. I
ivafy aucceedlng Prtdi-
hour* uoS
urn pot Sras in."'
from al! points of view
the worlds BIGGEST
smdl^arbuy!
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
THl PIONEER INDUSTRIES (ENCOURAGEMENT)
ACT, 1951
The Governor-ln-ExecuUve Co.nmittee, purausnt to section 3 (2)
(g) of the Pioneer Industries (Encouragement) Act, 1951, hereby
causes this notice to be published of his intention to make the Order
let out below declaring the manufacture of clay prothicts for the
building Industry to be a pioneer industry and clay lUea, hollow tile*.
oof tiles, floor riles, clay bricks, hollow clay pipes gnd building
Mocks to bt pioneer products of that Industry.
2. Any person who object* lo the making of the Order set out
below is hereby invited to five notice In writing of his objection snn !
nf the grounds on which he relies In support thereof to the Clerk to
the Executive Committee on or before the twenty-seventh day ol
August, one thousand nine hundred and flfty-two, so that due con-
sideration may be given to any objections received pursuant to this
notice.
ORDER
The Pioneer Industries (Encouraffemgnt) Act, 1961
The Pioneer Industries (Clay products for the Building
Industry) Order, 1962.
The i^vartor-ln-IxecuUve Committee, In exercise ot tbe powers
coafprmd on Mm h section S (1) of the Pioneer Industries (Encour-
ugscnent) Act, 1951, hereby makes the following Order:
1. This Order may be cited ai the Pioneer Industry (Clay Pro-
ducts for the Building Industry) Order, 1951.
2. The manufacture of clay products for the Buikilng Industry
la hereby declared to be a pioneer industry and the following articles
are hereby declared to be pioneer products of that industry:
Clay tiles. Hollow tiles, roof tiles, floor tiles, clay bricks,
hollow clay pipes, building blocks.
Made by the Governor-in-ExecuHve Committee this
liny of one thousand nine hundred and flfty-two.
By Command,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
7.8.52Sn I
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CUBKsWCT BOARD
Persons In possession of Barbados British Ouiar>a and Trinidad |
; Tobago Government Currency Notes are requested to exchange |
< tm for British Csrlbbean Currency notes wtth a-i little delay a
bit I
Barclays Bank (D.C. V O.). the Royal Bank of Canada and the
Nah of Commerce will exchange the currency notes on
.ppl ca;ion. until further notice
Sgd H. N. ARMSTRONG,
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ADVOCATE STATIONERY


PAGE MGIrl
ll.\KIIAIH)S ADVOCATE
SATL'KUAV. All.1ST IC. 1MJ

Bedser, Trueman Triumph on Sodden Wicket
Fivr Indian Wickets
Fall For Six Runs
/;,/,/.- 7V
< I r..... Oi-i
Own Correspondent >
LONDON. AllgU '
THE WRECKERS a;.. |
once again pulverifd the Indian batsmen and seemmi;h
. .. |
'n tha last lost agatng) Kn^land,
Twelve oven ( thunderbolts taking twi
ckei saw ti-.
men for only ita runs.
TRINIDAD w/vs
Know Your Cricket
t-am
V M ?
im mirn-
I -r 'hn' thou



I ivn. On* dents i
caused

hocklBg openlni
-..! fell ol
mx. the Indian!
'
ever wic k
no run*.
But whi kad Umrl-
the battn .

*
t.Aai i.i thai disastrous day m
This was the wrackei
-
CRICKET
LEAGUE
VOTES
(B) seKllim.KKl


.
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'
< i.i .< ids Ground


iid T (i

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1921. 1521. A Mcndes beat A
Howard 21 12. 21 18 A Mool-
i-han beat V. Gooding 217. 21 -
17. F. IV
ridge 21 17, 21 lit. Dr. N
i beat C. Grvemdge IB- 21
13, 21 19 C With
ll unphrov 21-111, 21- 15, Q
" V r Hiwd 21 IB
. 21, 2117.
I^ad.
: ...
will M | m YM.C.A M Um pot ptna
tram meet wiU
> Archer th > law whan port


"cutting"
known.


. and
through the re- ,.,,, ,,|:tV during

scorinu ., .
them 2.,
.
' defeat | with the
rather thi n
of victory.
'.....i pfao
i purpose
Home be-
wlll bo
II Rangers win this gume then
....

Is virtually cortaii
luck
abominable i side
.Ml i

that tell
Ifair own t
nee attain broil]
' ro it had go
untie- way; 5 p.m..
oy ..[>. n the Indian nnlngs on -
a rain sonke-i
I
procedure.
5.05 p . v | ! Today'*
H
i to Bedser l. A Vic*
S.Ofl p
Central Wvtalon

i ..mptons,
with 12
points each. Brighton and St. Au-
u> to ex*
>et
I IMJ'.I.
Today's Cricket
Fixtures
DAI

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IMr.HMI i.imi
I
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M at Com
SB) on.....VISION
: KAY


was
I rrarai

i iii*i um in 'ii i in
UAH ft* M i.i -i i .ii 1 SH
( 'Ulliliu"
'l
I start ol th
I within the 11<. j
.i it tha tool Is "ii the line, but
Srtthln ("cutting**) the
itsxaan ik "out ot hi-
d trying
thali ground bava baan
bats b -
raaai rba
ii.- rightly b'V'
I
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differ,
don't they?'
*Of course there are differences: ii could hardly
be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance
that Dcttol is used and recommended by almost
every doctor in Great Britain.'
DETTOL
The Sale Way io Safely whenever infection threatens in your own home.
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LAW T.l
hi
within
Dropped Hut

BJ 100

-hundi
hori pitched ,,. h i i
-
makes a fine catch.


of the cup
5.13
with |
Keen Race
t tubs ii ... i a
thi keen
M I abeit* .Hid si
ive not droppt
II .' Hid A

I .
I

A
Plrawkh i i'
,. <; Cl irki
DTi II
Batsman Urtiriug
A batsman DS
peel of the oats- '"" bul * '"'>" "
or hi* bat in hand '""'l* wlthou' * con,*nli,,1*l
'he opposing captain.
only "ii the fall of .i wicktt.
This should Into
lalistlcians espei-
nave ruled that when lt batsman
naa retired owlnn to till i
OOM oastr unavoidable
causa, his inning* In recorded a^
Nut out" inii otharwtse
.i; a complete innina- to be re-
: as "Retired. Out".
Particular attention is drawl
to the material duatJnctlon iiet'
retiring with or without
t of the opposing Car
this muitt undoubted
ocaring on the method i
big the retirement tM
of the score.
Another poir.'
'
< Bbout t" ground with
, | in no '

rea of the pop] U
lime but '
i'"i "( their ponbi
KILL THAT
PAIN!
The liaimcol made
by Dr. Esrl 8. Sloaa
ilbe naa wkib Um tsg
i) ii tamoui All over gw
killini pain.
run m na sacs am*
IKS AMO AHR1SS, AW at TM SACS,
HOSQUITO AMD WUCT SrHB SSB
ITHK1 CAM M KIUSD WITS "SUHSl'S."
You can feel UM Uoslirg wumih of
" Slniin'i" dotes ran food. Oat
boiite today bul b lure to look for
the picture of Dr. Esd S. Sloan <
II
,Ui DURlH
. | another batsman b- -
HOSJ^1"
Water problems

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Cm *>'

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quick
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iL n "OwniBti turns one U Ith three Kamr-
EL 'eB..1rat, ,|"" rrue rod! 12 Teleph
lining ti
re* ...Man,., they won
Hie first innli ll nrt
Manknd uiss io pull, round Dl i us
ausumas ii. and skie- a dolb vaUh mil point In the othei two tn- aulU of th
TYa"' |h, St. John Baptist will be
5.19 p.m.. Manjrekni snicks i i
form In the tlrsl thi-
i eeinj
,: W>
thej liav.- lo*l all three gsme-
outright Patroleum star- ihli aaaaon outrtgnl Cyclone will
i:, pUylng aaaui
not ajnong the thn
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5.22 p.m.. two balls 1
Ikin who makes no mi I
3.24 p m in consai Umrigar
mlnui
the mne || lakas io roach thi
wnket and take guai
iimomusiy ha plays u i ui
and has his offstump yorked hv
Bed*rt
That was th<- i

Harare who h.
aaruor with HuUott*s deslr. .
sume play on an unlnvm
but had partetos to do
umpires' ruling, legitimately be-
moaned the Indiana bad luck to-
nlaht.
England hardly deserve the))
nanarlng the poo
hatting thai enabled M
them down
(.im Mill Division
riston i...... ! .
expected, are In the lead with If.
-he club which is show-
ing unexpt
.,
In the Bouttti
ng with ti
of then- rival H

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ire making s bid foi 11
nip Honours L .
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W*n tlfil'n I
Suit lliirtfiiin

TROPICAL
AMD
WORSTED
in .1 in. i mil .\s nil
SUITS
From
$41.17 to
$44.92
N.B. All adjustmenU
effected without extra
Charge on our Tailor-
ing Premises
the Cave
i up m 1949 anil
i
ours rod u i bjsami n
..... i
' i top Gi ..-. of mh
I fni lbs
econd con* lory wra
ftej mo .iik w ii
i i hip in thi

12 points witsi two games. The-
Inch Btartowa n bssirsM match
-, i i h ni I-- OOI af ihe key
ir stebai "f Um
Presentation
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID.
HI. 11. 12. I ; Broad St.
two noun this morninir for the "''k urs 11 i-
loai "f toui '' i' !
IMI- X iii I HO ll |1
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Hullnn c PtuKtkar l> nan-han.l
nhppanl 1 b n
I km t B#n b fbaahar
May c Mm
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BOWLING ANALYSIS
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rnaflk.r 33 S S|
araehand
Mil k-u u 23 M
IS-
INHIiSS IBT .
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Early Lead
1 b have tak-
en an early lead
i s Laos un|, |-,

i" the Champion- s:
Mn Baptist with 10 poll
I S. J-5. J-J. A- f,
FWC.IAM1 HOWLING
t present the Champion
won last season b> SeBl
Sargennt Villane Communlt) Hal]
im Wednesday night. Due to i
ndssindasatansuDg
dslhu in tha nsni

.
At thr i opportun-
,i. will '"' taken Li
; |
team on the
League, Hie touching scheme f<>
young players gad
umpires. In the South)
Windward and I i
i umpire
.till iimutlLicnt r i :n. S.l"hl.i.
. lie-.....'
lining should !
M ho "ill explain tele
ire of registration.
They'll Do Ir Every lime
baVFER yOoi^ PALS A RlOE AUO
they're^all. eotne to the game.
"**" By Jimmy Hailo
Until THEy 6ET int the CAR*.
THEN TMEVRE (50iN(5"iN EVERy
P ACTION 8UT?
CA\}A[
IN A
HOLIDAY MOOD
Get a pair
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casuals to complement
your new ouifit.
Shown here arc two
ol the many beautiful
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w of Beauty when
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eke a SALE IS NOW ON


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