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PACK KICIIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. AUGUST IS. 1*52 Good Performances In Intermediate Cricket Inniss Hits 149 U. I. UPSETS JAPAN IN RELAY SWIM THE KIKT1I SEB ES in Iniernn %  %  i matches %  ... and thera wen KMHC %  %  "* performance* wlrrs Fine weather continued through* IIMon inist ;roundi then : Pickwu-k al numbi 18 runa before he was caught b\ %  -.lien I'ickwick met P>lir. at K( y tnniaa tut 19 lours oil and his contribution enabled his tide which batted the wholed 'A inns f i the lo iiol i Wilk.r %  Cm ,.,,,,. vs. v M r.t. At Rank Hull >i( '-t % % %  %  • b K H-.l.ti,.-..,. %  Bi.llr c Praacod b A....iron* ltta..kn D A-.-.iRiankei M*nde% II A i .lift i a -iti.M.i Aiurtln ii li K.ne wickets In tin '•' %  i • I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  49. When Mumi Irawn i had replied wll'i 74 runs H urk* c Byivo* I for the lorj rrf "Awh-ke: Empire dismissed Y.MJ.C M inntnfK for lit runs aad tta onl| batsman thai ihowIn the Empire attack was opening batsman B. I ad 40 ... n oul leg l>efoi it.r arlaket V I Kine took fun wickets (or U runs In 16 ivers and M. Armatrni %  medium pacer tn-ik 19 runs in nine overs. When -tumps van owen Empire had test Bva •*( their mug J. Bn. r --p. D ani m At Mental BUM **ftan bacttns %  l then Itral innings Mental Hmpit.il ride. N. W>d T< ..,, „• bad a Koorl knnek will I scored fS run Ul One ft*-* He ... i % %  u i ay* at ease against tho Spartan vs. Mental Hospital bowli IIK At Blaek Boek CArTAlN AND ANCHOt man ol tho U. S. team, June* McLane, of Akron, O., finishes a spectacular spurt that Insured victory (or the Americans In the 800-ir-eter free style relay swimming event at the Olympic Games In Hall laid A few feet behind him Is T. Tanlkawa, of tho Japanese team With McLane In the record-breaking water race win Wavoa Moore of Yale, and Eord Konno Hawaii, flnternor'ono'' BOWUKfl ANALYSIS Pfaaoed %  KinAmotv Hiilrhin* Taylor Weather May Rob Hutton: India Need 228 Runs To Draw SBCOVD UIVISIOX CUOLKT: l^mpire Score 180 For 6 Declared EMPIRE in their cricket match ana.ir.st Foundation 1'ui.iiion scored 180 runs for six ticketIcclared on Saturday the first day in the Fifth Series of Second Division Cricket matches. H. Brewster was undefeated with 17 ruhs %  and i> LyDCfa was also not out for 40. The wicket was perfect and the Emnire batsmen bustled to loach a score *.it which they eouW Hectare. When slumps wew dr.iwi Foundation had scored 75 runa for the lui,s ol ttnu wickei*. out 10, R Norwue :! % %  %  411) I tour wickets. 4 r the lOBj c4 .hree wirkels. (C, Hinds 77 and •vkaWbl when .tumps w.r. F Storey 25). C Hinds contributed 7." (.reward vs. Combermere r,nd T. Storey 2S. At Fosters. Combermere scored At Fosters 161 runs against the howling ot Combermere 161 (Mr. Hughe* it.ward and Mr. Hughe* who ,. G t out 73. A. Alley ne 13. O%  IOxtail H m l ittmg first knocked %  With L. Willl il %  f. i Caatral wenv. Kuag ** .k nve ol the Collage l15 and A Nicholll I -ur fo. hi.it l*en hatting ver>' runsistent Cilkc|\ f.r '.he srhoolltoy? w.i with 7:i <; GUBM 'or* 0\ wickeLs for 58 runs and S Poster four for 28. Wandeir i-t inning against Lodge scored 138 runs inJ Marsh topscored IIV for 58 and S. F'ostci rurkf i. r A i in.tr.ina :-i.t taaaaei irITAVearrt* r n Oiaw I Rttxh r CtlBH> I' T.-lrl V Tudd was ttU •> fui bowlej fat Ifents ani the wet %  i wiiketfor 41 runs in 14 OfW and four balls, Combermere arc now 34 runs foe the lot* of two wickets. Al t Boarded Hall lite Regiment have \ so f.u pined points for a first %  inninnlead oeei Csbte . Wire^ ft IOS V Carter Uniting final On a good wicket Oilntyi the Rj *-l 129 runs with their i.penlng IwiUon.in Allan [flfin n'l topsenring wilh 36 runs %  fjd Price who went ul number five waaipii in the battma ordee also etnnn A G s ir ntp 3 run.. H. II. Kim: was the n Ail. mr bRaaly me-tl sucn-skful lwwler for Cidile i 1 ailtens run %  Wood I h w l> TnU-1 Wood h T. A* HaSBMMa u Todd JnitiKult rin> oul Cumhrt butch nod wkpr. h V Tlltrl Mfdford not outSkmran lb*. %  > KnlRtit rt>a> Toiai BKJWl.INC ANALYSIS (r'rnm Our Own Corrcspiiiideiil) LONDON. Au 18. FOR the faithful H will be back to London's crickei aquarium here al the Oval tomorrow to see En B land's last KjJJ took twV, of £"' WanstruKles to net India s batsmen on lo that partisan piece of deran wickata. S rass that started last Thursday as an unhias'-cUT'st wicke-. When -tumps were drawt >r lonn enough to beat them. Lodge had scored 3" run fa lhi But for further curtailment of play it is virtually certain that India is still needing 228 runs and their second innings due lo slari would have been beaten to-day But if weather delays combine to save India with a draw and so thwart Hutton of (he record of captaining England to four outright wins in four Tests, the people who will deserve four for 28.) Leeward 60 for the loss of three wickets. Wanderers vs. Lodge At LOOOI Wanderers 138 runs U Marsh .v ilkar and H Deans two wickets each. I-odge 37 runs for llie loss of five wickets. COOL o STUPE si I r:si c MI: :I. MMt | SI.IHI COTTON I'HI.MS ::c irtr It .. SI.IHI PKINTKD LINGERIE H" %  Ms M Also (AMI O ( AMI1KK :lll wide 0 9fic.. *3t.. & 74c o COOLER PRICES tlinpluy ul a Co.. i.ni. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD ST i of five wickets I nipinvs. Foundation At Foundation Kmpire 180 for 6 wkLs. decld H Brewster not out 47. G 1 ll..pr ( imbermere vs. Wa M a Wie r s At Combermere PaltrtMin ) %  Sralv ., M Mavrn *lpd wKpt. iRDbtrt'on i ><>k four of the b ,ankr Regiment wickeif .i ',; rUM nt Aitmirona h Mi Smitn <4. Pn.vrtlM ri>t Okg took two wickets r..i 'jo mid rum %  Kg-ii-.iwi.i % %  i nr-nkwr II ^Cteanfe nnkr. Cable & Wln-li'i* WON HisZ..7Z. %  i 107 runs and their a rnamblo K. Clarke wh,i t-.l four of their wicki 1* for IH run in niiio over i. Parrl and V idi took two Total ll*WI l*CQ ANALYSIS Police vs. Pirkwrek at Oval III Kll K-1.1 l.i.ini. C B Grammar inn out It M I>h!*y r.nmih b Smith IS A. B Trottn c ISHDMF.I <> Rnntth H. D*L Inniii c Fi.i,lr I. OstMl) l* <> ir n..* mil r, Moor* b Shannon 0 l 4 B Claihr Ertra* VUkbuoB M Mb* Srl> Bssssksr Mxwall a o COSfHSBMSBK— 111 la-l Inntia run out Branhof not nut liiaUiwaitr lb*, h 1 Pallw WilkltiHfn nol mil li IS Total i lor 2 • I Total Wllkia nol out C. BVelrn b Matthew It Walton h Matthew. Btra. ToUl BOWI.INO ANALYSIS t'ABLTON—! %  Innlac Matthew* lb* Farmer Hiitrhlni..i nol .ut Krnnedv A ii Th Proverbs P. B..hl!.in Cable & WirelesH TS. Regiment %  fOIMINT—tat Innlaa. A l.hmael b H. B KlnS M I i iii.li I li II II Km* 0 rwklei I h.w Matlhew* 0 Pialhwalla i b. M. II Kins % %  Price eAb Btanker > %  Pmder F"ee J . C Coaier Lb w. i< Paim M Crono> lpd wfcur b Clara* I II II Kniaht Lb.w i iM.uk. H II Kin b CUrke R Clarke r BeekleU Klrtoii I Adami < Clark* b Price i Hianker b Clarke I Watkin* lb.w. b Klrton 1 o Aixhei not out Total .lo> 1 WeBSSrM sympathy are not Hutton spectators. Aftei 15.000 had paid four shillings each on Saturday without seeing a ball bowled—and there was no question of giving the public anything in return, uneven it band to amuse them — another 3,000 paid .-mother loin shilling* each to see one hour's play this mornins. Most of these hardy optimists sat huddled in rain right until 4 o'clock when Surrey Secretary Brian Castor's voice on the loudspeaker mercifully told them they could go home Traflord Washout This Test can be classed as little better than the notorious complete washout at Old TrafTord in 1S3B „ when. Australian and England r ,. learns were m.irooncd for five Lock soaking days In %  Manchester i'" Hotel. Hutton In this match at the Oval set the tone of dreary slowness which EnitlunU batsmen copied faithfully '.art Thursday when ihe sun was bright and the wicket good. Tomorrow, if there Is a little play as to-day, the rightful fruits of that policy should be seen when ihe Indians escape what should have been England's overwhelming advantage It Is no u ing all the aces in the pack if jrou play them wrongly This particular T. | dot i matter. There is no wish to see the genial and ahead whelmed ground into the mud; hut the lesson Is once again plain to s ee—that scoring tune as weU as runs is vital, even in five days Tests. Scoring at 40 an hour fur eight hours Just will not do agallttri better class opposition Uka thai of the Australians. KIHI In 2 Inninus As an example, in IMJ % cored BOO in two innings, but wenbeaten in four days bv Australians because their batsmen flogged the Iwwllng with speed as soon as they had worn it down. In the last tour In 1047 the Australians at Lced wm fust enough when left With reasonable time to score over 4u0 In the last Innings to win. The most interesting i today's hour of mudlarks WBJ Trueman'a three further wickei-.whlch gave him—despite odd fuil tosses and three no balls — on. analysis of S for 48 compared with Bedaer's extra two whit n brought his fellow final figures to 5 for 41. Trueman has now taken 27 Test wickets in his first seven Ts innings. Ami ut \< % % %  I Lock chip in quirklv on the threatened sUcky wicket tomorrow, there will be nton to i-orno for Trueman in what is virtually his last match of tht season. His far leave is now fully expended and it's hack to camp it Lincolnshire as soon as the match is over. learn, but the bedraggled Tin Test scoreboard read: England. 326 .icd; India, 9K ..11 'ml. IMIl v.mkiid c aXana b Tni—nan I i... c Lack b Tru. .a Tuieman b BeaUe. HMtar* C May b Trueman M I 1 li rieiir B B*dael 0 Pl-idk.r b Ti Yorkshire In Good Position Against Surrey i eefh Loose urns Bleed Dt**'llnr. %  i'lmv Sor* M. ultj nr I '.'KIM Teeth mean that you may hava Pyorrhea. Tranch Mouth or BataSSM aoiiit.nl .lUranthi w'l •oonar or later can** your leelh to tall oul anl may nl- can.Klieu. mallam and Heart Trouble Ameun vii.pa arum hli-edlne; the Beat ilay. end* tore ir.-nith aiid oulrklv H K IU .Hi th* lerlli Iron i Ud |Uaraiilre Amoaan tnu-t make your mouth *>;t ^•^ %  t-55 T-.l llr.Krf Sports Window Knack IHK I'. ,i t)..l Oul Semi l-inala pla>ed at the %'.H.P.C leulehl at T'.Q Th. BBBSBBBSI inlUrrtaon < ollege old Bora vs. Boys' Club and V.M.I' t vs lliin < olle-e \ il I 1 I ,]\\ ,i\ i sHoilK side, la in ihe peak ul form. BBal ll M,~., ii Collcae had jusl • Him off winners of the I %  .! tilth It IS .inllil paled Hut this match will be a very exciting and keenly i mill -wit one As to the other match— l' %  > 's play possible. In three Ts. games—those between Worcester and Glamorgan. Gloi-cewter and w Warwick and Somerset and t I^uicashirc, nol a ball was bowled. • In the game between Sussex and f Ess-x, only la minutes' pi possible. Yorkshire, after a full day:, play at Hendlngley are almoat c rtaln to beat Surrey tomorrow, unless rain interferes. Yardley oiH'lared al Saturday night's total and then shot out Surrey for 192, Siieitield United'* goalkeeper Burgin taking 6 for 43 wilh his fast medium deliveries. When Surrey followed on. only Erie Bedser showed any resistance and at the (hi close Surrcs bad kasl aiiolh.-i %  even wicked for 133. M OKKBOARD — iingf*li>rn Arffbaan Aa m t**m r PAINS oi ;>iLES Stopped remember to make it a 10 Minatu iulT*r iniea i*arly .-.in-. Itrhl'm and t alnr* th* dtarovai v of Mylea t known aa Chlnaroidl H,U. asaffSl to work lo 10 nalnule* and noi only ato* th* pain but ala-i lake* oul In* aweii in|. alop* hleedlns and rombsl* irritation thereby curtiing olh*e i blee r. u l by Pit-. ai>'h a* Meadarhe Nervouane**, Itai-kaiht Conatlpallon. lo*a of t.ii-ify. d*blllty. and Irritable Ulapoaltlon Oel Mylsa from your drusstat today und>r lb* poasllv* guarantee Hytav muH atop your pll* in.i trouble* or money bare o* of mi.' v uackaaw. Sim m I-*OJ In among the crevices, cleaning ever* corner. SPA get. nght down to (be job. i Springyking-Usting NYLON lufii — %  oiwofjri — hen's a tooihbruth thai rcaliy mil lag longer and clean teeth cleaner! THE TOUCHER TOOTHBRUSH IM THE pMtproof PACK i WoM. CMim kU. E.,bM. 1 heyll 1>) It Every rime ^ > —_ By jinuiiy Ilailo IPOT-WHElJ HE IS CALLED DOWN ID THE INCOME TAX OFFICE TO EXPLAIN A FEW ITEMS-LISTEN • "e%c Cxd&uCt !** %  eiect > vary latoal and what 0 selecUon:—The new K. B. Hunle Store to cater to Mr. & Mrs. Public and that entails vartety of stock so numerous! Won't you come in and see 1 ... Lower Rioad St. Is de-ft "Ttri'Msuperb Electrical !> j Hoever Home Washers Vacuum Cleaners: rrlgldalrea lerep I reeves Clerks: Mot Plates: roosters a Fans. BK. Ra. Hunle !r < > w > o m .v



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TUESDAY, AUGUST 1*. 1*H BARBADOS ADVOCATE VAf.L TBBU THE: GAMBOLS DlON! U*vf aN' 'kVXIc ftffont i uiCiiito tour laity A^p-ASy. %  Farouk Puts Down Son's Name For English School From SYDNEY SMITH CAPRI Prince Farouk cabled London today to put down the name of his seven-month-old son, the new kinR, for an English college." • Thin the ex kinc had private talks wrth an Egyptian who is said to be attached to the Rome embassy. Farouk is believed to have decided to offer himself as ruler again if the situation in Egvpt threatens to get out of control. Will Eva's Miracles" Be Proved? M SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay I1UEKOS AIRES. Au,... r y. Schwru-i Mu "I., B.h.. • I A attBMttf committee will try '^* u £ Mat, prove she was responsible for Hmn' at least two during ruw HM r nW. n "' Schown-t Flrt, mile, from Bu.no. Air*. %  J? ~,*J| : ^-J~^ ~. a i. .. Coronation Seat Will Cost £3. 10ft. Room For 98,000 In Stands SEATS? (or 98.000 pcupie-lhey tvauM .trctch 27 miles if placed end to end—are to bo put up by (he QOvarqOMOl foi | %  ronation. ftfj David Kcclcs. the 47-vrai-nhl Miniate. •da* Tin priM l I lh st 'Jts on the seven-mile ntutt has not yel been worked out. ook like costin,; L.'i 10s. for an urnW B 10s. (or one under eovaj. .11 coat will be charged, aaJd Ml Boclaa, TaxMM I*.ruinate enough to uc* a heat. %  .11 be altoHowen floodlighting. Ul if I'l'ty %  %  i ikan TO |*rovt IM I* du-course he wou d receive' larshsl.l nuke 1.1 Norfolk, ai Mm to tak oval %  oi tro] of Wi %  I Tinwork i i proj %  %  ent Pains, distress of "those days" stopped ndeTonight Farouk took his ,wile Narrbnan. and three young daughters to dine with Grade Fields and her husband. Grade had called on Farouk ehrller and promised to cheer him up with a sing-song They had the SOOgS fund cocktails) They Lit The Fuse In 1946 tickou The question of lolev i 'omony in the Abbey w alion. Mr. Ecclcs laid WtO mhorrttd from the past wool %  %  ihe mott moving and ajoriouj There ii gatM of the world" It would be .i pageant ftnpire — the grMts miry or amazingly relieved In 3 out of 4 catos in doctors' lot..* 1 • Here's wonderful nrws fn* woman and girls who — each monfh — suffer the torture* ot bad day*" of functionallycaused raenrtrml cramps and pate — headaches, backache* and those "no-good." drugged out feellnm It's new* about a medicine famous for relieving such suffering) Here u tb* exciting nrwa LydU K. Pinkham'" Vegetable Compound gare compute or striking relief of such distress in an average of 3 out of 4 ot the caaas tn doctors' teats! Yea! LydU Ptoatuun's has Men uroved to be irtenti trolly mtxtTn Tn acftna.' This news will not surprise the ihousanda of women and girls who i,ke I %  weekt mat pain. , 11,' I aliaaliii •aBBaa %  IN* tDicAam <• %  mmtrmil oilier 4Utr**>. pain—so often associated wtt* those days') fUeaember I.ydU Pinkhama. too If you're suffering the "hot llaabri and other functionally caused distress ot "cheat* ot life." O't Lyha pinkbam^i Compound or swnr Wiproperf Tablets with added iron .trial sue only AW>. 5tar^taa^AJidia£ta|Aaat:a>oJag/ i The Kinatre Visiton lo givi|ba ivu.i-n and ht'i In the un> vUUg. of VIU. Sob ££Sr,"tS"*iiKS .':' ,' dau. a unall group ,,( Cjuchm M,or VMMI T B HMUU Motor Vorj-i h.iv. alrendy atxtplrd Eva Peron ""n•>••. •• • %  : s %  •Saint CrUa". MuVau I went thij, inoniing with Ihe <*8 AUwB JOI coofc. llH mayor tn :l ahniv .,•! „|> '"Z. ITrJ^Ud "*"" ""'" in*' to Ulr IChootrriom. A larav SH Ak, Portnt. JJSI .... i *, notice ubo\e Eva's portruil sa>n : ll*truOT. i !" m Point a plu. AVMUI people DM IIIIIIC*>H„I ot i, „.. > l.-honr r-otiu d'etatCninr,,tle*. tlomand fanoniz.itkon M "V* M n 'LTf! V?Z! ta (.„„ M ._.^ "n: p.,tii.iiig thtoiiKli all iho caul D,I*,atic way of <"Vr.. ••' Saint Evlta, the worker.' > *," .123'.'T^Sr ""'.. "•",'• UIM of the rreat< aoawMlth.' Gnu*', villa. Then th. party revolt wttbout blood-in W "W' f_„ ork _, ".r^^,7,^., i'a B tor... c„. „ moved down to Grade's rc.laur.ii'. Bui years of underground plan, ""• *•?* '"' !" d M ; m ~i> %  ar'ti.n SuUm. ..,t. „ f," 1 ? 1 ,"; ," '•Th. ,„.. ot th. Sea %  itfn. bv the vouna ameers of the Union sent a telejram to Pipe vh !" r r !" .,. A "bjet .ill hold aouui Thev^ dodd UlV crowd, by teptlan A^my had gone into H "u. with ttaUa, dcm.ru,. .•SlTBL^St.PJLJ*. ^ %  " paupl*. At loo.l half ol dining oartf poSce ke^T ou*! i.*hlon.ng of the clJck..rk „...„ This w,K-k the Vatican c,,.l.,i ...',; ."" A !" £ZX? m M — tlaa hi v„„„„ ,,l,,,i,ir-,i,her : and the oartv was which exploded Into Intcrnatlonthat proceedmm must be startetl < omwai tor. c.pi. OUJIM. c o in I n g from Coman overly P lS-wSch. 1J? l"e al hcadhne.. g the bishc* of the dice* where ^HKS *~"" **-'"" "''"""" '• '• •"'" * "" CatiH 'ruaht-life uKi.itlv lieons Since 1948. they claimed, -.he. Ela Peron lived. Two miracles s.t Co.toi,c. c,t. joo... oom lr. Eeekn Mid: tt' aul t.apn rugo. iu a— j . %  ^^ ^^^ ^ mo|w> whk h shou id must be proved to the Church's rnnitud. A,i M.r Dacorts a Co. evct.v.,nc. ever, ln>m |ba lurtbaai It,,, ,1 lt.„,ii,.„ have gone into modernising Ihe satisfaction. Even then years. % %  , -.. %  s „ ccmers of UKearth who look TSI.. _„. %  _!, eT^.,,1 S,, m .„,r,~l army going Into the culler, of "even conturle.." may elapse said ,.,. f,o,„ Au.tr.lu,. aa£T u.r. u. ttwaroj Hie Du.en. t„ r,n,l I,.. his hotel to-.^P^^nfjrenee !" 'S'S"";? %  S "C V* ,. Be,t..""~ — "' 7' had the,,, „V| ,„. ^ y rCTti found themselves liahtinfi say there U no oroblem -bout MM DBPaaTUOBa %  iriutlon^ for :1 alnele design '" planned %  d J u "^ tn,ll i d "J*the efneient Israeli forces with miracles. Wasn-t her whole life -?&!^S ^1 !" "K ,thodd > r and towBW*' C, ^ U1 ^ miracle? ~ ment. I toured the village and W t'r m L(or i W. men before they nllowetil si Vir >i tiad servants' back stairs. S.R A i net. Silver fi.i llarlimqtar. ..<. Athlbruok (M Trin,d*<1. S Sp. the cynir.il tales of the men who dron's clinic and welfare head.-mint i !" Trtnin < i. on the roof when Farouk, surg,,^ Tnelr p ro tesU began to p eron Foundation. A miracle, aald cr-\i/i-i. rounded by poUce. marched out ^^ .j,,. moTr concrete form unUeaa people prepared to i,.-. HH Farouk s daugmers 1.000 of UVSM young offlcera had sweiir to mnto personal miracles wephm. Last came English nurse Anne pledged themselves to ending the worked bv Eva. Moat have been J^" *' sVlv^^eTIi Patliament Squa! actuary which single .niti Hi" i i (or i.v.rnontoa. %  pmed at the length of UOM tn 1937 then trotO seats for 7,000 tlStatS hi the Abb) were V> squoeied that nobody was I to tag ceremony. Hi did not think ll I i .uitji.' axtra seal I Unest KmbroiHery V I I n. .viii.ii i>n the altar wou>d be the line.i nitrtvoBi mil and (.th. | I ..ill* !• made lb thi* occasion. %  il tfUt) Tn > t.ilour and design thw agv we Uv. ind the homage wv pay to th" QoaoB m to crown." said M-. %  ("if the Coronation rouic. ne ..ui 'I am sure it is a better ..: i.i.t Una" Thenwoto m nv c"i"n buildIIIRA and long frontages In lh" nurse Am Chermside. carrying the baby king, graft; ^ of a pracUcal ni .t urc su dden Farinik took his young son from The fuse was burning down. sup pi i0B „f food where none %  n-.tm... Ani. n the arms of Miss Chermisde. lined And the spark to touch off the existed before work for some J ,ob" i^ Ab £|! W t the family, and faced thw expli>sion came two weeks ago. who had l>l don|1 a ^fo^ f0r A ^[ ^^ An £, Then he and Namman The palace ordered Ihe Cairo ymr ^ wonderful toy* for lot* who Cl l* 00 had never seen a toy except In clubs ^ooiu These were the miracles of v appoint Eva pprn,, My her fo i| ow ers But I also found others who claimed mirnculous cures after rt. praying to Evlta. All their claims present all the reali if which the tjueen ft head. riM Ministry of Woiks VM v. t*d CS50.000 for ihe 1937 coronation, then costs had trebled. Me hoped to provide a better gbow naKl ffi m tJ2ftJ2X, y : ( n ; rt H nd i, w, ; u l? T. & !" Crawfcrd, j ra Aiicrott An ton id do It at double the coat would Inelu.l'"?;'" I %  '"< nn il SATl'PDAV The stands that WWTS to he huvll OJOWld l>e set back lo illOW •housands ol DOS U ml of them. The afltj ,,. i \. > tfl fteep. Thf gOBOral pUbUC - .-.,1,1 have thai mtK-h rotm front of tinitand faced cameras. Then he and Narrlman The palace ordered Ihe at in a swinging garden seat. Officers' Club lo depose ; The photographers started at a ular army officer. The range of 15 yards. Within six committee wan told minutes they were clicking their General Hussein Siry Pasha camaras at a range of S ft. the position held by the officer. Suddenly Farouk stood up. The committeee refused. ll*...-**.. Albeit lh. King (ieorgc VI coronal ^"sWletl. LSto. £70(,00 t^ t*.Ii.Airlaiidre "! course, th' r Da !(•->*•.•t* UnimMrmlft D Mrndax. Delma,* t Innlu V luttia. H. iiw. C Worm* R Worm. M. W<*m#. R H Wrttm*. ^ Wvlxtur T Crawl M. a Da tilva ( %  Buarni M will be carefully examined A SoMatrii committce will be set up when Jusna Ca mourning ends on August 261h. HoweA-er, Church authorities sny A I..-11* la. AlbrrlB Royal Future Ho cradled Ids plump, hlu -eyed handed the young king to a That palace order was lh startled policeman, and marchflash-point for revolt. Secret!) ed off. The family followed, and groups of the young officers met the paidc-strlcken policeman in suburban flat* in Cairo. They almost flung the King of Egypt perfected and circulated a bluemi the arms of Ma nurse. print for ;. 24-hour army coup. That was the end of Act 1. In They wore ready. But who was Act t, Farouk read his prepared to lead the revolt? dumltary told me But whatever %  %  >• -*'" **>"** %  J8US3? "tf. % iG\,S £$&£*&. ~. t cen"~mS5Jff Seguib. thrice wounded in the Jrt J". t""""* ',' '"" """ Israel campaign With one Catholic. In the Argentl ... M. arm, and on al. — • %  >"""•* ~ !" %  —••^22 controversial Issues hid behind the m "2: „,,.„ ,, rt „, t politics and endanger the chUd s %£ U g>t maehine-gun post, future he explained^ .... oeeupied positions with fields of %  "-• Farouk w-Uhed lot. of luck %o fl comrr ^ ndlnK lhc ba ar> f* ,he !^ e !., Wh 4 n ? !" J* *^L EB [ff Troops cordoned off key build("They'll need it", he added with in ^ Mi Cair. hardly knew a revol: gjj Only twice ware shot tiiUli. Abadla, |I; MJaaarj V mnnt pnivide neurh ci I'II se.itirig room tn provide for ihe great invasion of vi-nn already clamouring—far beyon-t anything we have known before. h. .|,| ",: Ministry z,1 Works, he 300.1100 raSto pkcts th Ihe builder-., decora, mi ... wrr e to be put in lh (.aver Ami l.-Rl.ler (if iludnctieoUona, 1 . 1B37 the ic.ii pvodui od mi :..!.! %  ivhk Ii %  '" %  Our taste in design hai 1 "" gayor and lighter" Mrs, I Mgondon Cower lOO] lO gdVlH him 1 r the fluiai docn •rn oval I they have not heard of any stotonT !" A.,"'"'Ma-.l"V Adrta-a J" d ^ '^""i* ln Ul Wp ,n ^ n 1 1. if.,1.. .--I "It .11 ,i lUV .n.k on VaiwlarAill eii.ab-lh Vandvdi.li, (irahat'i. 1 AOne-. rtiey hnd to provltl' ,. ,.,.„ ,, wha a t C you y :ai, 'nd'ric.e.^'h.g^ i't^laTV^ Sff l£ B5 2? 'H T ' will Balai v. • %  • 1* Mr r(i„bc.t.i Vrav.. HotlrtqtM. Mr. t..M-fli. Vr> ll.vliiqii-7 Mr. Ana M.,l Mti, K.inloM Ml.1 Aiitir. llach arcasm) he added with Hs hoped to stay in nonths; he hnd Capri for a few idaa where he would settle fired. At the city's chief barl>ermanantly; and he felt himself fiick8 Humeln Fand. Chief of It a poor man. ("It is untrue that General Staff, ftred a few I have taken a fortune from at ltu troops. Result r'lCpt.") wounded soldier. Forouk teat educated by falorj g,, tne revolt succeeded— tell King Farouk in aPapland. swiftly, quietly. It transformed Minister lo appoint ti HI. 1 1-. -i <• i.i in* pill eleetrlciaiu. and staff , perfects* his pngenni b no ^d of nOXl had to set the stage ane* % % %  aill BpP e„iing tQ tO ft plU well ahead and make the bent of tills glorious osoasiofl whsOn in-1. baJL .1 shop front, or %  • %  fswoti i>..\." aid Mr. Ecclcs. "I am also appealing l<> iho.c 1111: tn paint 111 do OthOJ wink with building laboui lo I' it during (ho winter monlhwfeafl the I n more likely !,, h vailabtc." Plans weie glgo iM-ing worked "lit for ftooilliKhting iilfl there "I,, proluilily be a display of fin-works on a grand scale. "I count myself vary foitun.it' A!i7r" !" rroo'y (ttsrSj rv>niinv. oonaM '" I've under a monarchy and. r rChll' 1 '" M^ '" %  n *" utf *"•"• %  T know British workm.' sV l, |..ia nln *' P"re no p s-.lrf.tj Martina. LeOtS Mi'". Edward make the setting of the < viote Detruon. tr. -iinnvm. (ion worthy of our hl-tory," Mr. General Neguib from an obscure an. 7Ji"iii~iii.7" %  *• %  ; i-upa iiiiy: ri..7f!iZZ"Sa"rraii.*iri, to put on a better show ...my i.f.i.e, in ahe man who could *•' ""' 0 !" n M J** m n $£ TJisiST ***£**—' %  ,„, r e*. !"!" ,,,;,n *"•" %  w r the last COTCmaiick 1. PeaM. Mr Cnwrirk P^ Pec... |> an T Oibamr>. IV-fI tTaHboinaiaaaVea onatlon. MAIL NOTICES Malti lor nontlnlra. AnUfxia. MonUar Ifttutcrrd H Laidlrr J Thorn*-, Vaitdnl A Hoad S llorhov. T ll. Maaaad. !• Maxtad F Hra.1l. 1( nHtei. D Dr Fo-lia. Iran QMSHifll Ti>ufflNUh-iUFarad Manaonf liana 1. ieii.ua J Babli P Thom|non. N Praruw in thf -WOi AUgW I tur S John. N .. i lossan ..aw Oiallaticri tall il 1MH OftVf % %  undai Parcel and Ra B lfrad Mail, ai S a „nd OtdinarMi.il al IS a BI on L-lH Aufuat. IBSI ifahiai. Ni .v U H.V. i-i—'ii M DCPAaVTOagS %  MM. I A 0W SI'rfDAY i II TilnlSad e ttn Joan Mayar Jonathan Masai tt Manurl Marlmci Araana Martlnrf. O* Maria Martlrvc., lloMt-S Mar'inc I Duoint Mary Mawton. Hotx-n Ni*t..n tn. a C|li laHMHW*. William Woodhoiue. Ckmant chaddrrtoii Wand. •taaalah. Arrhla Tlw." CUlr CoaLfi VMahal rrara Kna Batnai, Afeiandn Mallor Adelaide Malloi l*tana Pablo Sfariiniqar DRPAXTI SInS 1*11 ON HAIVaOAV >.r Vaafiaala Mr. Mary llarrivin Mia alary < larHiuin, Lull-RiihU-RaBaon, Mi Fiai Wanear. Mr. Maisartt< WcnaTfr Uaai. rranclxo WaMat, MlClai> Wia.. .., 4 Harrlft ThomaMlaa S.ii. a Thoma. rtliabcth Cadal Ann SOuthar Barnke Hoyla ; Mr r*<;P> SUan. l., itaad-laaa*. Kr. Ansala Peel. Boultai. %  rwood. Fcadarlca Phi I lip -I..E.S. .Wfc Many aWmaniM ux caused iy> p-; blood ulu.li AHfPVA may affea tfw whole s> .tarn. Skui eruption, ^ Md and irrfcasior. .Wpic rbeuBMnam and pshsful *BO kxnts arc nature's signal that you need Oarka'i a esaaw Blood Mnturc. This fanous m ed i cine helps ff&rV to clu ait uw blood wreao. of impuntieaj tnd MftsauBjaj lussp fwa fk tad free from theee and stniitai trwafesWne cosnpsssno. Be ar. to ss* IV as s T sssti aT CLARKE'S^ S Blood Mixture rzzz BLOOD IMPURITIES pvr*v*vrt'*vwV''. JUST OPENED BIRKMYRE CANVAS W WIDE—FOB BUS TOPS and SIDES INNER HOOD LINING M" WIDE. FAWN AND (.111 V LIONIDE LEATHERETTE 5" WIDE. ATTRACTIVE SHADES BLACK MIRACLE ADHESIVE I'I-OZ. or 5-OZ. TUBES &f ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4269 aaaa**aaaa*aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa*aaa' Reach yourjfefdict at the wlfeel Jf in this car with world appeal Take the wheel of a Morrh (Hford In s fact-proveii dernom(ration dm. Here i a car that w going lo give y.-u J lot ij new found umUtUon in oconomicai inotoiing, and t-,ve you money in operating and maintenance OOMg, ll M ro dataa U raSssS kl pcnonati' and line Ityssal oveDw teaBs. %  W bt Ihr imir* Takr ii..hrtl a\ aaga a< ton COW. •ajGaP FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phono 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 -.%  • •* HIGH VALUES LOW PRICES! OH. STOVES In suit %  very Budgal ONE BURNER (Collnn Wick) from >7 :ir, TWO BUBNER (Aibesloa Wick) from -!L" s7 THREE BURNER from (49.21 And OVENS In III all Stove. (Spnra Part.: Wr carry them !) Ilarliailos Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd.



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PACI BARBADOS ADVOCATK TIESDAV. AUGfST 1. 1JS2 BARBADOSdll ADVOCATE r ..>...i—— r t rtMM kr t&. ,<*•* c. Ul. m~~ *H I I I I I IH TII.-MI IV. limiiM 19. 1952 Wauled: A ftew Name For 4 apilalism (*2) ACCIDENT 4 II AIIIS i :iiul Report on the organisation and administration of the Barbados Police Force for the year 1951 has been puWilM ;pplemenl to tinofficial Cuzette dated July 81, 1952. Thfl report is a comprehensive one and Wight to be studied by all those persons metimej express opinion-, about the Force which are baaed on hearsay. Among much other information it in diagram form percentages ot burglary and huusebreaking, shopbreaking. larceny and kindred offences and comparative crime statistics for the years 1947—1951. These are of first importance since they indicate at a glance 'he extent of crime in the community. But the report alto provides in easily accessible diagrams facts about traffic accidents which need to be brought home to all road users and especially to the drivers of motor cars, lorries and motor omnibuses. The number of (raffle accidents in Barbados has risen from over 600 in 1949 to undci 1,200 in 1951. In 1949 the number of driving licenses issued by the Police were 9,610. In 1951 the number had risen to 12.093. It is important to distinguish between the number of driving licenses and the number of mechanically propelled vtjhlclea on the roads. In 1951 when 12.09R driving licenses were issued only 5,960 mechanically propelled-vehicle* were using the roads of Barbados. The excess of driving licenses over vehicles may have little bearing on the number of accidents but it is worth noting that motor cars were involved in the greatest number of accidents in 1951. If it could be proved that B byger number of accidents were due to the excess of driving licenses over motor vehicles it might be possible to reduce the number of drivers using the road. No statistics exist in the Police records to suggest that there is any connection between accidents and infrequent use of the roads but the subject seems worthy of investigation. The causes of accidents which have been carefully presented in diagrammatic form appear to warrant the inference that some drivers do not use the roads sufficiently often to achieve good road habits Overtaking improperly was the greatest single cause of accidents in 1951. followed closely by negliKenw*. The next category "pedestrian heedless of traJIic must also imply a certain heedlessness on the part of drivers with regard to pedestrians These three main causes of accidents %  nd the following two, "misjudging clearance and falling to keep left" are the types of failings which might be expected from infrequent users of the road, with the ex ception of overtaking improperly, which is a regular sin of the experienced "road hog". There was a slight decrease in. 1951 in the number of traffic casualties killed and injured, but the total number of these in ; 950 and 1951 exceeded 500 whereas in 1949 there were less than 500 It is not surprising that the majority of accidents should occur on Saturdays although there is no da? in the week which had an annual total of less than one hundred accidents. The greatest number of accidents occur between 8 and 9 a.m. and 4 and 5 p.m. although the wholo periods between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. and between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. may be called peak accident periods. It is disturbing to find that accidents occur during the year in each of the 24 hours although there is a noticeable drop in frequency between ten at night and six in the morning. A rise between three and five In the morning suggests cither the return of late night revellers or a high degree of carelessness on the part of early road users Although the number of push bicycles exceeded 20,000 m 1951 as compared with less than 4.000 motor cars, nearly 700 motor were involved in accidents that year compared with toss ** 500 push I L('\r!rs. , Klmately 1.000 motor lorries Were licensed In 1961 and it is not a heaithj sign that in 350 accidents motor lorries were Involved. The position with regard to motor omnibuses is still less satisfaci ,iv According to the diagrams at the back of the Police record the total number of occasions on which motor omnibuses are involved In accidents equal more or less the total number of motor omnibuses This high incidence of accidents to motor omnibuses seems most undesirable m an island dependent for the most part on motor omnibuses for the transportation of the travelling public. The example set by carts and animal drawn vehicles is far better. Although there were more than 4.000 carts and animal drawn vehicles using the roads of the island m 1951 only about one hundred Ol %  ,. vehicles were involved in accidents during that year. After studying the valuable diagrams and -•_} in the annual report on the PoUcfetes foi the year 1991 it b impossible en* b) Ihc deterioration t r road safety since 1949. Ihc Barbados Auton I concluded my pn-vious ai lull on this subject (on 1st. int.) by stating that there were two immensity important points to oe added to complete the study tM vital necessity for Capital, and how to secure harmonious relations and co-operation between Capital and Labour. I come agai.i to-day to deal with those essential nartssr* But before launching out let me five a further quotation from a yet later issue ot the Digest, which may serve to clench and emphasise the general idea of the tlrst article. It u interesting to note that publicity personages in the U.S.A. are at present in fu^l cry on the subject. %  We (in U.S.A.) believe we aaea demonstrated that businest can be far more resourcefully run by private managers, and that these private managers can run it with (generous) consideration for Che public welfare. . ." Local persons who criticise the Capitalist and favour monopolM should reflect upon this statement emerging from so great and successful nn Industrial commui t: Now for my two big pontscriDts. (1) ThtVital necessity for (I'puol. How this great and oulrtanding fact can fail of recoiuitr-n and the owner and opera&r :hereof be regarded as an enemy — even enemy No. 1 by *me" pcrfervld would -be re formers — and capital as somcthing that should be confiscated and dispersed passes my eomprehinslon! Yet even Governments believe in levies on capital — though there may be special occasion* where this is Justifiable and heavy taxes on profits put to reserve for upkeep and expansion! I call thfc shortsighted and suicidal. Encourage wise and promising enterprise, 1 ay. and then set the Income Tax Department to work on each proprietor t or shareholder's portion of the pSaAts. But consider closely. Without capital there could never have been any economic and social human progress worth mentioning. If some people long ago, and all down the centuries had not l>een ahnost starvingly thrifty, and accumulated small savings, mankind would still be in the Sli.i.e Age or tho Cave period. To realise all this we have only to look around at what has been t. king place in Bridgetown and its %  ubuni during the past three 01 four years. I will Just mention a fc ar. The OOSll* new business premises, the spacious new theatres, the gorgeous new garages enlargements— it i* difficult and invidious to attempt to specify Bhe very numerous cases. And without Capitol, and large Capital, indeed, such constructions and i intensions would have been plainly impossible. For weeks, and In gome eases even months, contractors and great companies of workman hod to be employed and fed and supported, with their famUte*. In mean ..f .in un.iil.ttt-.f money w ii i no income accrued until al l.t t the enterprises were comp] ted and (perhaps) Iwgan t. . %  .. hy many buslne-s undertakings II* Itc-t. I liOslMP.l n the great leading countries of .m. Never h*s there the world, and u spreading pretty been a time in (he history' of rapidly by virtue of its success. Baibados when building operations it is un arrangement by which on such a scale *ave been undeirepresentativ'-s of Iras employee. Boards of s tate of thing* hart They are elected by been clearlj recognised. •*> !(; ., tahmm*work*u sod u with '"' the proprietors and manager* of the economic welfare and pro^ factory or l>u*un-and KIVC their advice on whale e, question arise, pnd even share II client todln, .riicte. on ^^'"SJEIS!? "' ,h ''"' 0fl gre of the community The Adv-x-at,furnished readers, a feu weeks ago, (wo :.,,. psaa were seriously con^idrrcd. Perhaps these articles of mine may recall their timely lesson. Moreover, at this san* moment, ,,-J,' Barbados, in common with other 171% West Indian Government*, in fact, the world at large, is looking anxiously around for capital make p. ndust eflciel Remit* of this The Bi I'lan There are several of the?*. I Just lufrne some of them ver; (I) The plan promotes goodwill on both sides. Employer, .. . v.*,.-. ... •/* employees find that they bed -action of ol've in honesty and fair play and the develop*? traditional hostility and susfBMQl Of waste places. AstonishPf> on *re in due course eliminating blindness indeed. t, fail to *** %  (2 'urrushes valuable reeoanlss tii*sttuattea incentives to zeal and efficiency in a.l departments and these A Corollary valuable qualities spread rignThere iso ottsehH lac< of through the staff anu workers much I m pO f ta n es Whlcfc I can only (3) it gives opportunity (o the Uon snd that Is i*iat Caprank and file workers to offer lla| tor Its successful ami fruitsuggestions for improvement above ful employment needs also the fUlrs and below and these somcCapltahst. That Is to say. apart time-i prove surprisingly advgnfrom the ability and technical lageous to the business. (4) i: knowledge of the SKptft, it may provides opportunity a!so to brlneasily he frittered away and up at the highest level, and corwrsted instead of yieldin E its rcct dlly complaint that may •en possibly occur. a.nd so makes ar end of unrest and strikes. And The -uccess of the plai been amply demonstrated. I tad somewhere recently 20.000 firms in the U.S.A. i has have thit have and The dflVi Police was needed and there I r eason t.> believe nee. ver be too i ..sent there la much to proper returns There ha •1 th large scale In British Colonial affairs. So those valuublc. essential qualifications often obtained considerable co*t_ are worth paying for. and fortunately rank ano file workers are coming to recog. nise and approve „f this .easma•';">P t ^ "• th !" < ble claim, Buto ,n Britain and Prai 2. The need for Labour, end ProtW/ others in other leading co-uperatioii uiilh Capifal ndustrtal lands. This alongsldLabour is as vilallv necessary "^ r *P ld naion of the Co. for progress and well being as operative movement among the Capital, and as worthy of honour smaller folk in many communttiet Just as the rank and file workers —notably as described in Barbaapart from capital could accom'ins at the recent ("onfereni plish very little and must remain i Annrnarhe* poor and ill-fed and Ill-housed. Mr AJSL. t P ?^2S-' and at the mercy of drought and ^SSJST^L SMJF? X fibod and famine and disease, so g^** ". ** subject to oui Capital apart from Labour would Pr ne Minister a shon time be helpless and useless. You cana S. an d I *s pleased to find not ent mnnev. You may have that the plan had his cordial bags full of coin at the Bank, but approval and he reiaUy authorIt can produce nothing without is--d me to quote hm accordingly brains and hands to use It So Here are his exact words In %  what i~ fund. HI, enl.illy essential letter dealing with the point, for both sides to regard each 'You have my authority to quote ith goodwill and work corm e as agreeing with you that we btt.l.icrs, '1 should immediately aim at bringtosetbei other v dially gain full ixissession of the fruitful world given unto us. Unfortunately, owing to the long predominance and selfish methods of Capital—often unconscious, frequently modified by natural human kindliness—unfortunately Labour has been led to regard Capital ith ho-tllity and suspicion Brf II..lim,ami O£MMH lor lh< "'*?!,?,'' .mil it should be the business soa pleasure of aii ol as to aelp Ier> ward the' bencilCeiit traiuforma. rinallw. hou' can this motiement "K heir he assuMed? What is the brtt plan for securing hartrtony and cooperation? I think, undoubtedly. uf the biggest <>f our firms that has made a small beginning, while many have *own thei goodwill by iiutlaUng Old Age Schemes. Wanted: A Name for Capitalism; Who will sugaesl "? 'Co-operaidea, but it Our llYaiclVrs Say: t'onvanl Warrh i thf Editor. The Advocate— be termed destructive, suggest a Bauk was ill-spoken and the only few forward movements. Let us thing done about it was that the put the sums of money collected Members of the Legislative t'ounSIR, -It i* because I know that ,rom fairs anthers we scarcely would think of, what Is amazing about it is that !" *v£lSS*$iitt2£* s "','" 5 n K ma "" r'"T"' Z'Tl SCSJ? oi4ii ill Smurdnv lasl, AniuM Ihroujh IrnlMd ol hving any one |K-oplo who ought lo know belter. 9th. In paragraph two. relerence oln 8 I* made to (1) grousers and laultnnders and (2) to unnecessary K U rra?o!Th?S U al'th'Tn"S5# w rth ^ r the IIT,, bcratcd: • houW ^ r ? ,h T lU' nual delegate rnnferenre is i>roof „ * filr and decent that the when criticisms Bra made In that conclusive that what was unTrade Union organ should be used chamber the people against whom necessary and irritating to some throw Insults at workers with they nre mad( sh ould £lthat persons in the know, was quite whose sweat and soer flee it Is | h ey have been puolleW censurecl necessary mid soothing to the vast k*P* oln ls !" ,hi, V *"<*"<* As it is today little notice about borrowing in their The House of Assembly with the It Is a disgrace and an privilege of free speech for its insult. Let us convert that dull members should be the last place dungeon called a canteen Into where people should be wrongl be used to bull. Into silence. O te.rpora! AMAZED I tokei id workers 0 f n especially when tho statei! O Mores! men ta are mere generalities. Yours. Parking On Hlinil CaVMf ' To the EdUor, |hf Adrocale Invnmm Tnx SIB,—It Is bed enough to find ... cars parked on curves, singly, when To the Editor. The Advocate. the roiid Is level and relatively SIR.—I read recently that additional staff hnd been approv... .Mi* on ed for the Income Tax and Death should have convinced him of the a blind rune at the top of one of Duties establishment of the Oovmajorlly of the other?. And I think that a preslden'general, especially the present president general should occupy a position above party or section. unit that he should not make even a gentle appeal, far less a stirring one such as was made by him for the return of the outgoing council. The answer to his appeal. If he is wide, not a dullard In this respect, To find curs parked vln NEWS FROM BRIlAiiN By D. T. ROBERTS LAST week we have been genuinely overwhelmed by the news of the brutal triple nurder of Sir Jack Drum more 1, his wife and en-year-old daughter. This is no emotion of ihe headlines. Britain is often criticised tor in press which gives prominence to murders. But last week there has been something deeply felt behind those headlines. You will have read that Sir Jack Drummond. who was a scientist and dietician, was murdered while sleeping beside his car a few /ards from the great French road, the "Route ^apoleonne" by which Napoleon 1 reconiuered France on return from his exile in 21ba. He and his family were enjoying what has lecorr the must popular form of holiday for he better-olf middle class—motoring on the 'ontinent. They were doing this in what is. >robably the most practical way for Ihe not %  ery wealthy family with children taking a large car or estate wagon and sleeping under :anvas from time to time. Like that, people rum Britain can cruise about Europe entrying ihe scenery, the food, friendliness. vines and sun of the Mediterranean without xceeding the £25 each that the hard-pressed Chancellor permits them to take out of Britain. Now this horrible murder of a whole fam-i ly. peacefully camping, will put off thousTo its credit, the whole French press, in-l :luding the Communist papers, have called .he crime a blot on the good record of Trance and have insisted that the man who|. lid it must not get away. Sir Jack Drummond was responsible for nany things that the British did not enjoy but had to endure. He plam.ed our dread "ul wartime food. He deserves credit for hat. He invented the wartime loaf, which lasted like sawdust and oatmeal; he perfect%  * payments. It is very galling tionlsts, we would not have had a 'l 1 *' 1 '• w w "' l !" tronmc show of Heaven help us when those with Jr n A, oul t J h "J. 7 :V ; "f the revenue putting In a real day's work or, .p,,.,...„.. %  iioe i f.,it saass "' % %  "wod %  ceiaiaUtat is snail sre ssg icn houc. .TII. of sobriety to lull them Into a *PfJ". %  advertising. snrtra t-o hours might make it tate of callousness and indlfferrtiis statement stands in direct possible to get more work done %  Oca, Let it be remembered that contradiction lo some made recentby u, e same number of mN'ero fiddled while Rome burned '>' ,n the House of Assembly ptoyees, thereby easing in a small I*t them remember that actions yS vo JS was naw0(, %  Tnn way the burden which we taxIDSefc louder than words and that debate is published in the Official payers have to bear to support It Is an Insult, for instance, to s\igOsaette of August 4th. 1B52. In the alarming number of slow gest that there is no sympathiser th discussion the employees of working, few hours per week government Job holders. Yours very truly, Income Tax office slating thai OrdowthavetewsHforlfaws. the,r hou !" of wwk %  ", i:9 paper Headlines of an accident ; m " 3 .00 pan., a gran.1 lotal there first? r an hours for the usual Ynnr* r>lihfitv workday, and from 10.00 a.m. to VSi I Y MAN %  " % %  ^"urdays. or a • Ic/rerfrsin^ Harbwlo* Surelv a department wh.ho serve in public boy. the Union must move forward capacities is not in the tvst or backward, but thai it must Interests. A few %  move. Let me, lest my criticism Manager of the Peasants' Loan thai the Income Tux Ii.-pa.rtni.open to ihe public from IS to 3 p.m. but thr werklng hour* an* 10 to 4 o'clock. Darin* the la*t hour Ihe )nnior cheek receipts and cash and haad over lo idcashier This rule adopted in other departments. CAVASTA PLAYING CARDS (Complete with Instruction*) S2.28 per Set PATIKXCK PLAYING CARDS 72c. per Set ADVOCATE STATIONERY I 4 I JB>>-*"% a f. %  i together give a measure of romfurt. eonvanttsee and downright pleaaare to the home of to-day. |( the DA COSTA variety of Sternette Deep Freeaea Refrtgators, Bendlx Automatic Washers, Vacaanu, Irons and | tedslde Lamps & Fans provides the opportunity to create he Home Electric. ii 0-*' <•• oi 00* a**"* Shaw left his Executors with a prublem and the National Trust with a White Elephant. He was always eccentric In his linan-, cial affairs. He would probably be delighted to learn that he excites much less public interest now ho is dead, than when he was alive! In a few years' time the visitor to London from distant Continents will eome by Comet airliner—or its jet-speeded successor. When he gets to London he will step mlo a bus and travel for one and a half hours to London— lakinc as long as the jetliner took to bring him from Rome. The only answer to this is the helicopter. There is a possibility that each major intercontinental airliner will be met and seen off by a feeder service helicopter carrying its passengers from the heart of London. Last week British European Airways experimented with using the cleared South Bank festival site as a helicopter base. The tests were said to have,gone well. Partly they were air-current tests; but also attempt was made to discover whether helicopters coming and going would noisily interfere with Parliamentary debates in Westminster just across the river. It is now known that the Honourable Member will not be drowned by the aerial "egg beaters." In Hampstead, in a window, seerf. a notice: "Thoughts : do they help?** Can you answer that" HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD SO DELIGHTFUL — and — HEINZ SALAD CREAM HEINZ MAYONNAISE SANDWICH RELISH In Bottle ITALIAN KETCHUP ITALIAN CHILI SAUCE FRENCH CAPERS CINNAMON' In Hollies GINGER in Bottles Millll In BetUe* MADRAS CURRY In Tin, MIXED SPICE in Battle* CH.ERY SALT CEREBOS SALT WHITE PEPPER BLACK PEPPER PREPARED MUSTARD TO-DAY'S GOOD NEWS ANCHOR RICH MILK IHIWDKK on s.lr I \.T> whrrr. S',-to In. 16-OI tin. l-oi. Un. FVAP. MILK CHEESE I HKKSE c< I1KDDAK, emu '.-n. u v CHEESE 5-l tin. CARR'S CARR'S I IiFlral Nunr In BISC'I'ITS tf TUlo-du SPECLALS CANADIAN BACON 11.15 per rb CRAVEN A 50s SI 08 rath CRAVEN A 20s Ke. earn Pkunr GODDARDS



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TUESDAY. Al'Cl'ftT l. l5J BARBADOS ADVOCATE rAGH FIVE Clerk On Trial For Falsification Of Accounts Boiler Wages For Workers In Trinidad Mr. Solomon Hochoy. O.B.E., Commissioner of Labour. Trinidad, told the Advocate yesterday that just a couple of weeks ago. there was concluded an agreement between the Shipping Association of Trinidad and the Seaman and Waterfront Worker** Trade Union which in effect. renewed the old aaraemei.l which expired on July 31 and which provided for substantial improvements in the wage* and working conditions of the workers concerned. Most Important features in the agreement are the proposals to Introduce a roster system of engagement calculated '.o even out among all the registered workers, the distribution ol opportunities so that there should not be any wide variation in the earnings between stevedore and stevedore. Mr. Hochoy who arrived her* on Sunday by II W.I. A. for tht. Meeting of the Regional Labour Board which opened at Hastings House yesterday morning, is a guest at the Hastings Hotel. H" was accompanied by Mrs. Hochoy. He said that a noteworthy C t was an agreement to examthe practicability of introducing a gratuity scheme for stevedores on a non contributory basis. In the oil industry as well, an agreement which operated for the last two years had expired and K nt negotiation* were about to gin between the Oilfields Employers' Association of Trinidad and the Oiifleids Workers' Trade Union. A* far as industrial development was concerned, he said that construction works were in progress on the cement factor)' and the cotton textile mills had started production. Table Trnni*: Three Witnesses Give Evidence THE TRIAL of 2-year old Keith Squires, a clerk, for falsification of accounts on or about August 31, last year, while employed by D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd.. began at UM Court of Grand Sessions yesterday before Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery. Three witnesses have given evidence. During most of the evening sitting there was legal argument introduced by defence counsel Mr. E. W. Barrow, concerning the admissibility in evidence of a statement the defendant is alleged to have made to the Police. When hearing of the case continues today at 10 a.m. His Lordship will rule as to the admissibility 01 otherwise of the statement. ., Mr. Barrow >• awociated with he look up hb dutlei J> CornpMr F G Smith trwller earlier In inc >ear. he wat The Hon. C.'wylle. Attorne simsltal with the r.ooe.l> .f his General, is prcecuting tor the staff. He thouht the wslMI at Crown. This i Ml Hr.t appearthe bond was quite a rood one anee here as Prosecutor but there were a 6* knP-*or. Suulm Is chanced with bavins which hr believed mutht Dot on or .bout the 31st at Auiusl. 'e l on generally apparent. He 1M1. wfaUa he ma • cl.-rk or more or less blamed ma servant, of D. V. Scott ft Co.. Ltd., his own staff for the lop-hole. with Intent to defraud made yMm ol cheeking rum concurred ,n making a falsa enlry ,[„,-"„, „„,,, w „ M ,„|.cin a stock book hetonilMUMo or in ££ £ ^wiuS? be impo-lbl, the poseauon of U V. Scott hi. >^ „„,„„„„,„,. o( „„, employer, purporting to show thai fc „„„ ff „ h „.tem at SI, ruravaU 1 2 and followed. Generally Five Ships Bring Cargo Vr tatkipi bra on August _-. S. the property of D. V. Scott & Co Ltd^at^^SdeHridBcowrT sinking, the Government book. and 2.820 proof wine gallons. correct. knowledge thnt the Government books relating to excise, etc. were in arrears. After the disclosure | rum. there had been stem eniBond'* Compartments The Attorney Oeneral said that ^_ the charge had arisen out of carn i toraI ons n ln ^ Um happvnings at the Cheapside p)oved a t h e bond Rum Bond, where rum was kept Hc WBS awHre lhlll manv p^. for blending. The bond was dlvldp[p had acceSs tv „„, catk* of ed nto several compartments, each [um wh|cn wpr<> ^ ^ of which belonged to a particular firm in Bridgetown—one to D. V. Book Shortage Scott Permission had to be obHe had never heard of exportatalned to blend rum and when it x^ n 0 f mm without entries being was to be taken from the bond.-, made in Government books. permission again had to be obThere was a possibility that there tatned. might be a book shortage. The Monthly returns had j to be nun wa5 supposed to be checked made by the officer In charge once a quarter, but he was not Barbados Beat Trinidad 4—1 Barbados convincingly defeated the team from the San Fernando Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Table Tennis Association at the Y.M.C.A. last night. Out of the five sets played, four were won by Barbados. His Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage, accompanied by Major Denis Vaughn, -A.D.C. attended the match. On arrival they were met by Capt. H. H. Williams, President of the Barbados Table Tennis Association. Rev. A E. Armstrong, Vice-President of the Y M-CJU J'" n i ( Chullanor, M.l*C.7PaTron of the B.T.T.A and Mr. A. DeL. Innlsv, President of the Y.M.C.A. The only local player to lose his set was Norman GilL the skipper. Frank Willoughby, Roy Phillip*, Blair Murray and Campbell Greenidge won their sets. Carl Williams won the lone set for the visitors. One of the largest crowds ever to attend Tabta Tenxds in Barbados witnessed the math. Carl Williams opened the account for the visitors when in the first set of the night he defeated Norman Gill 3—2. In the second set Campbell Greenidge broiiglrt honours even by defeating Dr. Noble Sakar. skipper of the San Fernando team, Roy Phillips oasssVed F. Debyaingh In the following set to put B.irbados in the lead. Blabr Murray, giving one of the heat displays of his career, defeated Arnold Mendes in the next set each department in which he sntisflcd that that was alwayshowed the quantity of rum in done. stock. Squires had been in R Un could be taken out of the charge of operations there for bond in the jruiie of empty casks about two years. As a result ol it was the duty of merchants a letter Squires wrote one Jones | 0 eti ( | | n monthly returns t.> the (a witness) certain investigations Customs, There wer. 1 no regulawere made, and it was found that | t0nB |„ that effect, but a rule the vats were empty. which had been circularised to The Prosecution were not conmerchants some years ago inclurlcerned so much with the amount ,„g D. V. Scott, this Rule might of rum. but the false entry. no t have been printed. It would be shown in evidence. Re-examined, he said that if too, that he made two contralh< rum JJ,* nM come t n the bond, dictory entries on the same matter one would not have expected the in different books. employee of any firm to enter in Mr. Reginald Belt, Comptroller nl s book that it had come. of Customs, said that Mr. Jonei Gurwood Springer. Inspector of handed him a letter which he took police, produced a book he said to the Commissioner of Police he na( | taken from D. V Scott & As a result of the Information Co Lld wriC n executing a search contained In the letter, a check warram was made at the bond and 3.025 Cross-examined, he said he did proof wine gallons were dlscoynQl ^ tnvth|ng lo ^^ hook eied to be missing from D. V. which s ^ med to ^ a e *rtlftcficott's section llon There was in the book an Croas-Cftamined expression of opinion by D. V. Cross-examined, ha anld that Scoti that it was a waste of time the mlssiin; run.' w.is 'H the relying on the Customs books. property of U. V. Scott. They Sgt. William Phillips said he did not find the 102 casks which ioa ^ a statement from Squires. contained ttie missing rum. When Objection Mr. Barrow objected to the !„ca^^ F mar.,, W wlS;f hb hIr beat A. Moolchan. The results were us follows C. Williams beat N. Gil 21—12. 16—21. 17—21, 21—17, j 21—16. Dr. Sakar lost to C Greenidge 2I _ii. 18—21. 15—21. 21—16, w 19—21 while legal argument was led as to whether or not the statement was admissible in evidence. Mr. Barrow said that from the udges* Rules, once a person uld read and te, he should iged to write any voluntary statement, and the alleged voluntary statement had F. Debyslngh lost to R Phillipi ^cn written bv Sgt. Phillips, de10—21, It—21. M—21. 3 pite Squires' ability to write. A. Mendes lost to B. Murray Sgl Phillips een cautioned before at the Y.MX'.A. Naval Hall un the statement WM taken, and he Wednesday night. thought trie questions asked by Md net the week-end .'luc brought 140 carSOM uf toilet IMU) frum Wellington. New Zealand, for Messrs. r Geddcs Grant Ltd AlV) included in her cargo WVP* mutton lens, i-a.-t of corned beef, (icklcd beel, che*'se. milk powdor butter, bacon, ham* and boxes ol i.^ tongue, liom Auckland. From Christ Chuich it bntugnt 2.085 ca*e* a: corned beef for Messrs. Jason Jones 4 Co Ltd S.N. Alcoa Panner unloaded hri cfcrgo which she brought from hung and M.bile ami sailed for Carlpito the same day Fioni New Orleam she bmught refrigerator parts, scratch feeo. iotton goods, cornmcjl jiui 6-A food. Th's vessel also brought l,00t> bags of flour from Me Messrs. S. P. Musson. Son. & Co. Ud and another 250 bags. i'_S*. Trojan Star arrived with oil stoves, cycles, bales of .i>(tm\ ill"e goods, cotton piece goods. va uum salts, cement, chairs. blankets, biscuits, castor sugar. Jute twine, cenebills, cocoa, and paint. MBNCOrM The Canadian 5A Ladv Vlaon. which arrived on Saturday morning and suited on Saturday night for St. Vincent, brought sacks of special bran, wheut. medicines, office stationery, printing paper, sausage flour, pork tins, pickled pork, boneless smoked humv. hat material and paint. US. Bofkoop brought cheese, potatoes, lawn mowers, ice cream freezers, white wine, wrapping paper and Martini vermouth from Amsterdam; roofing and flooring ill.-, from Antwerp, ironware, razor blades and petrol stoves from Hamburg; potassium nitrate, artificial flowers and perfumes from Bremen; 15 crates of onions from Madeira; 1.413 bundles ( beech staves, 87 barrels of beech heads and 45 bags of split peas Irom Rotterdam. Over the wfek-end the S.S. Athelbrook took 103.755 gallons of vacuum pan molasses from Messrs. Jason Jones V. P. Molasses tank opposite the inner basin She arrived on Sunday morningand sailed in the evening for Trinidad. CoriiMliic la consigned to Messrs DaCosta fc Co. Ltd,; Alcoa Partner and Trojan Star U> Messr*. Robert Thorn; Lodp Nelson to Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co. Ltd.: Botkoop to Messrs. S. P. Musson, Son Co.. Ltd, and Athelbrook to Messrs. Jason Jones & Co. Ltd. ROAD OIL. COLAH Fifty drums of road oil and 475 drum" of colas were brought to the Island by the Schooner Burma D which called frum Trinidad over the week-nd. Shortly before this, the Schooner Amanda T brought 600 drums of colas from Trinidad. Schooner Frankly 0. R.. which arrived from British Guiana, brought 114 tons of firewood, 800 bags of charcoal. 60 wallaba polM 60S pieces of lumber, nine pieces of sawn greenheart and 13 package?, and 15 bunches of fre-Ph fruit. The Motor Vessel Cartuber arrtved from Dominica yesterday with 72 bags of copra, 31 casks, six crates and two barrels of fresh fruit and other general cargo These vessels are all consigned to the Schooner Owners Association. Sgt. Phillip* quite in keeping with the Judges Rules. When hearing of the ease resumes today. His Lordship will rule as to whether the statement IS admissible. Chauffeur'* Inquest Adjourned Further hearing in the inquest ounce rung th*Hope. a chauffeur of Jackman's. .'•ied >cxUrday until Thursday. August 21, v m IP Mi T A McLeod, i District "A". Hope died at the General Hospital some homs after he was admitted on August 3. Yesterday when hearing re%  unwd PoUeg Cosaslihsg 308 Carl Deane I. in the court that on AUKUSI 3 .ibout 45 a.m he arrived .it the Bi-ltton'a, Hill Sliition .ml saw in the Station OflUe PoUc* Constable 400 Taylor. CplEdwards Police Constable 365 K^Ktin ltd. Police Constable 460 Richards and a man whom he ob%  .erved wi WH being searched His nhirt uaa taken i tT end BMI MI vesM ,!ciocua bag in the form <<( a hut When he this he 'aid: "This is the robust man who had attacked Mr H.oomes Don St Luo .i f"w week;, ago on the Pine Road." After the bag was taken off there was I -tniiK around his ne.-k and at the end .>t the string wa* an automatic pistol After this was taken off Cpl Edwards gave instructiniij, that the prisoner be handcuffed. Police L'onstiiblr Bannister who came from the barrack Room handcuffed the prisoner who waa placed In a chair. A search was made for pistols leported missing or stolen and afterwards It was discovered that the revolver the prisoner had WM leported stolen. Strikes Head The prisoner left hla chair and ran towards the front door. jumped and apparently burst the door nh his head and shoulders He collided with the bannister and fell on his back, striking the hack Prt of ha* head mi the i-mciited steps and started ui roll .lown ihe steps. •'I made an attempt to hold Ihi prisoner, but fell on my right hand When I got up I saw the prisoner at the bottom of the step* lying on his back and PC. Sandiford who had arrived In the van was standing over him,' P.C Deane told the court yesterday. Police Constable 460 Netura assisted In lifting the prisoner and took him back lo the Charge Boom. He also helped in liHir.r. the prisoner. Soon afterwards Iimpector Springer arrived with Inspector, liild. Station Sergeant Bancroft,! •nd Police Constables 449 llrewster and 311 Husbands. Tor prHoner was taken to Dr. A S ('..to who ordered that he I be taken to the General Hospital.) Sugar V.rop Is Record Major I'ln %  %  %  Uw ratal* i and the Trade Unions are excellent. This, •' said, has been it. tins year*! IUSJH nop wnlca %  %  tearing completion and is expectcunl OtUgaiL TbU will be quite an Improvement ov< i best rr-p o* about 44.500 torn .... r*su Ifajot QreU arrived on Frs in the I ady \elson to attend the Meeting of the i: Board and is a guest at Royal. In an endeavour to the standard of skilled the Tiade Ciuon. erallsinen am: %  at ng a schame of Indentured •tip and tradi At the munieni tharl iiaiiou on I ndu atrtal wallara, ta provision of canleiis i and other facilities f..i arogkan in SI. Km • nio") ro-opcrativc vi i .'1 the Trade I'nlnn and tfcl Department and are anxious to da strarythlng aithin lhatr means! to Improve the oaoctttloa of me j in all ilelds. 7p.EHr0SC0TUH0. in vacuum t^ Morrb PromoCad In Salvation Armv Major Walter Mom*. DivisKaial Commander of The Salvation Army In Barbados, the leeward and Virgin Islands and St l.una. was recently promoted to n' rank of Senior Major. g9* pfO motion dating from Thursday 7th. AUguat, l*M Senior Major, who receAvad hi training in London, England. In the son of S.t\ itn "i Army parents, and has himself been in the Ser\-ice for 26 years. Me ei.ininanded the Army's work In British Guiana for over four years prior to being ap|>ointed here three monMr* ago. Hu caraei also Includes over oam .n Territorial and the AsMx-laled Headquurlni-s. Kingston. Jainaic >. on administraUve work. LESS EMPLOYMENT IN BRITISH HONDURAS BrttUb lloiul..!.. i bag !. ,.i backs sseantly in em] through the falling oil ol th* demand m foreign nark the two major forest pnMucU mahogany and chicle. Mr. E. P. Bradley. the colon v's Luboui Officer told the Arivtc.t. i day. Mr. Bradley arrived here on Supday by B.W.1A. from Tnn,dad after having travelled Vat Ouatanulg and Panama. \U. guest at the Marine Hotel. He said that another Pal tiibutlng to ihalr -et bark In employinent was tinoloolng dokfn .1 one or two CDC dev. lopme:r IBs] it was hoped thai the condition was only temporal-) With regard to Hal %  Man condition or Brltian Hondurae, i %  % %  id that anno ,| w *cheme showed good signs of progrr-s and in agri ulhire, toe production of com and othoi napie oropi mis limi—aliig. The pOSlUOn of Hie small |,|.nt,., |,„i aiprovi i pprnldirob within m past few years and hi le dispose of all his nop, ,i Ji better pr ice than to, POOLE POTTERY In a wide Varlrly ty.\ and < (H l| t|s WALL VAHEM. • :\ \MI \ i s eir. Only Scotland, traditional home of line tobaccos, could produce Four Square. Only in Four Soujre tobaccos will you find selected leaf, blended with skill handed down hy successive generations lor over 140 years. FOUR. SOI IRI: TOBACCOS i 'INI HINDS TO CHOOSE "ROM %  HADE BY DOBIf Of AI|LIV '. Aimtr M1SSRS A S BRVDfN h SONS :BARBADOS) LTD. P.O. BOX BttTDORTOVN, BARBADOS favourite I occasions V. lie LIMA & Ml. I I II 20 DROAD ST.. and at MARINE GARIIENS LOOK ^ r FEEL ^' IN A FINE READY-MADE SUIT GENTS' SUITS in Worsteds, Tropicals, Tweeds and Linens Full American Drape Style SPORTS JACKETS 2 and 3 Button Styles. with Patch Pockets in Brown, Blue, Grev and Fawn Prices Irom $18.50 up • TROUSERS in Worsted. Grey Flannel. Linen, White and Khaki Drill • DRESSING GOWNS in Flowered Designs and Plain Colours • TOWELLING BATH ROBES in Checked and Striped Patterns We are the Sole Stockists, locally for the Famous "K" SHOE HARRISON'S Brood st. g#0M0t BEGIN WITH COOL GARMENTS! GENTS' COTTON SPORTS SHIRTS of very light texture for this warm weather made by Brewster Shirt Co. of New York, with short sleeves in shades of White, Blue, Grey, Sand, Tan, Bamboo, sizes Small, Med. Si Med. Large @ $5.49 each LASTEX BATH PANTS In shades of Royal Si Navy. Sizes Small, Med (a. $4.84 per pair AFTER A COOL PLUNGE-WEAR A COOL SHIRT GENTS' LEATHER BELTS by llickok of New York, Pure leather, priced from $2.W to $4.56 cachi VIYELLA ANKLE SOCKS with turn over trips and elastic Tops In white for Sports wear sizes 10 to llVa ins ( 8> $1.13 Si $1.73 Pair SEA ISLAND COTTON PYJAMAS will, piped colUis in shades of Grey, Blue. Cream sizes 38 to 44 ins. (.1 $16.46 suit. SEA ISLAND SPORT SHIRTS short sleeves in white only. Sizes small & mod W $6 70 each CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. OVALTBNE AT an> nnic of ihe daj ** hcivMTti meats, .it hednme. vou etn tin't 1 K enjoy Ovallinc Biscuib r 1!. cni| .111.1 withi 1 %  la lout Monovaf, ihaj ally nourishing am: a 'Owi'imc' Bucultt a %  • psnaci ygMnk 'OvaJnaa I ad n mat (•ntOcn T ."• r 4ie d ic lo th I c WM %  n '($%. IMM*— I *mW • pis I*K>J hcvcrjge I'iUleJ II M'Hw/ll hollln k AIwsy Fresh snd (lean See Them and (let Your* To-day I KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. NOTICE Effective Monday 18th August. 1P52 'lur Dri'li'i'town Office hours will be as follows:.— MONDAY to SATURDAY 800 a.m. to 4.00 p m. SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HANK HOLIDAYS \ 9 00 a.m. to 1 p.m. Flight information i' available on application to J 1 Airport Office PHONE 8444 ext. 13 our Airport < For after hour information and Reservations call PHONE 2919 BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LTD. Lower Broad Street. Bridgetown



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PACE SIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY AUGUST It, Htl CLASSIFIED ADS. I'llNII SALES TELEPHOHI ISO. B1ETH ion BALI BIADlN~O. I D? HAS.-. Malcolm BlSdt.n. IN MEMOKlAM MKIS'-I. loving mem A-..! neStld. Alklr. ihe ittH Auguat. isi ...ad but >.i forget t, Era* M to re, rus King. Si' .. br— Coral. Audl> Km,IS a.**-In BROwI !r. r, nf Albert %  Clap „ f I..:>..". SI Loo*i.,. died A . Uth i* Hn Ernln. IT Alberta IWIIS". An A n II '" '*" is a ii VMh l>DO(ll\ I: TJU" Lo>icn*et I*. ^acH'. FWtiitf l*neork iQutiO I ill T)H LMCO* hmU>. USA. AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE IB— FDr cash or term*, OM chst u %  10 • with >ned attached to the Iconomic Imeatmeil Srifg 4 R. Street Mp in now i us year mom problem logical piece to get >our lo* !• • in ( AR—One ,. i,. St. Johi IA Ot iHp Pord in fine eondl,. F A bargain lor someone. Phone 1*1 C, N AppUwheeM. uu !" EOU^ AAV On* 'Ii iMi Were-ry Eight Eotd. HUAd Apply B A **npciiif Cotw. Si Jonn CAB 1* A ..tin A-4S. J.OuS In good condition Owner lesje. ,ng l.l.nd JTIcSIWS ^BJM W M.hon MM (.A**igss VeushaU m ciood working %  l>re. Contact B>lt^ Brutal M. II %  * *•• CABB iirr-i rm A..Win A m loo. both t nisi sassi I" I! M i i CARS -Or. \ %  CM only txm mnee mm rw BMO 00 On* ISSi A-40 J*o ,.ii*< condition perlecl **,• • <""' ugo ftiDBtr — tyree. Mini) mo Tent HZMM %  -..1 %  kOdOT IDIHUl Ti a-lon Pordsnit Cd Urea New Betlerlr.. low .ltd good trie*. B*eentl> Pi feed to Mil C ,y BHiniwr of prop*' nging from OlstlnB M Buy SUe.i to L Be**Uoid BraJM Eatatr Agrfit. No B*ra MMOI PhnnIS1 W %  S 1" !>••!• t lhI ronUli raocni. dlnlns row thIM AI GOVERNMENT NOTICE Th puMlc %  >• l*rB> -•ftM M.M %  tinariMlM t-. mj .U. 1 rdiJc roam n tMMI) M I 4. not BU snlf • iHHiiibi* sr amMt n) daM or tWbla hi mj MB HaHd I •ii /l.MAM : l'ii.;'. i7 %  a Tn* publkc aro hataby warnaal li. nil -rt-1.1 lo > |-^IINSON IMM %  < hold myaoU '•!" •i, DM alao muntracUnt anv daM, In m> nama unlaa D' BJS< %  AlU %  :. .-o is drawn to Ih Cootro* of Prtce tDefence> lAmBOi!rant) OrOer. 1B52, No H which will be published in UM Offki.i. Gazette .1 Monday. 18th August. 1*32. 2 : rider this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling price, ol Milfc-Condensed—Other Brands", "Beef-Corned and "BleaiFresh ft Frozen—Beef and Mutton" are as follows: — AUTUD lumiNSON Drax HJII. Bopr. *l Oaoiav IS • M B a, up rota....,! OFFICIAL our Oflhw. Lnoaa i BARBADOB NOTICE XT-CHUNG B l. •UKM| atMb a ll _..allinaliot.a In Citro Ava,uSTRATH CLYDE "I Michael, .Undine 7 (MM •q ll .iir feet oT '-nS. and ron %  IIK • •' ^iO il"- .i-l^rnt-li*, ili.aiid •linina rooms. 3 badiooou. rath —— a ........ klWhaii Watai and SUrctrVl (• and Barvanti" room Ir.aparUon on appllfBtlon to Ml.. IV. iiiathrWdr. Dial BN* rha property wlU ba oat up for Ml publlr comptUUon at our oraoi m Btreat, Brtala^town. on nid* Ih Auf'i'i at > p m YCABW<;oD BUYCC. %  puendrs>skm .(.!<• uisuni run -\ ninrriTii rasa BBI KBtXU. IUI-A HBAi Dalrndan IN purauanca of an Ordar in Ihli Cour In the abova uctlon mad* on tbr IMI d-v uf July. 1*03. 1 .v* MUM to at navind or c _fTactin Ba BBSSSB rrI OFFICIAL NOTICE %  N mi; roiBT o i MAN* m %  ccount of their clam i wtui their wi d by me on any TOoodaj or Fi >* the afwmoon at tho gi sa tt i dSM -, pemm. jr traiia* id or ^, ..„-t.:,i Ml trBaj in Office Pubitc Bn H order thai aucb %  rt pi tor. IMilk—Condensed — Other Brands WHOLa-ALE PRICE (not more than) tins $14.16 per 48 x 14 $24.74 per case of 48 x 12 oz. Una $ 6 IB per 12 x 12 oz Una RETAIL PRICE (not more than) S2c per 14 %  per 12 i %  I S #-clorli M tiiWP.. beloir Ska OP, > "Jliaani !'-• rep-awaa en .r-1 ranked aaeo-dSaa ta. U taUarartoa uch paraoni arlll bo preetu^*.. from Ule C-noBn of deprived ( ( sd eUlma on r odalnot the oaM propel^ Plaintiff K.iON Al.TMA-N Dtfendant' LOUIS dacroe and ba AM. THAT %  %  tore tosetfta* with tho Is.-rt horeon iisrv. IIMIII I OSS aOAiar* laet ti Vaat • tlsrat eontalnmi by L •am* aaon Of loaa alluate in Swan Street m UM Cl*< Of Brldaatoain t. that SBMM BbrtSlni and Bounding en tanda and prrmlaaa now or IM of W B. Ooll on Buab) a Ally and on Bwan gtreet aforoaaM or however eUe UM IBH may but and bound Hill Filed 11th Hay. UBS Dated Aufiut. issa H WBOJAM9. Bedirtiar-m-Charxen It S W—an MEAT Beef ilaaaa I.VI mauled llumi Ain mil. on ur.M HOUSES w i a %  v-s •LrACH HOtgg tro H lour hod 11* 111. houiir il St Uwr. l> .vhorie, trrnuerntnr i BLKiSASa-Unii At BJnaiJt Zlra-' C >••*. Attl-CtL K^na, Ciaroga fOM do owed aaa balh.rnj. Phoi 4IS1 (Of appoinUiwnl. IMJMMI Iri-.i flaidmi. I .11 Lunao*! BUNOAt-OW-On M>a. Main Boad I 1 B>gs. Ytey conifoitabi> fumlHied. 1 U-h ba*" 1 l" dream. B (v, KvfM — Vrraitdm. iromSapUU -( II I U-l %  Mj Avenue. UaUevI i Available lit BeiiU... ir Mod ll.CNEZBK snuat.O -i Oroeo Gap, *M*r Buion Schoul Drawina I dminff room.. bedroom, tollot j 1 i.. V.tei and r.le*tnr.t) APP 7' lurnl. Flat for month nf d.pui. Goa. Electric BririHrator r t l^.tlin.0 Apv.to Moreao Ft,t. SI. Ldvianca Cap Phoi THUfKS One IHO Dual Ooai urk sad oni tMO Cherol*t truot. o..| woiUlng order. Naw tyi*. Can br rcn at Lod-e Stone Woia %  Pial I'll r SrD by tho Company. ,_ Lo-je Hill Kolth tUyilde. II I SS—n. EI^CTRICAL l>Kll.l.S iloleflun. Jl DrUl BUndi D-CoHa l>epl G B.C BBTrllorBAToH P* rirot CIOM condition, attractive b. i uMWlfo Apply L •lillar. Bead Street Dial 17S1 public s %  it 3.00 n I Mag Inlrreet In or any lltn or irrumbraiKe affertlng all that certain ptcca or par of land aftuaie at Holheraal Turning UM partah of Haint Michael and liaand -li.ie.airt cnnuinlnR by admaoiurerr.cnt two rood, or thereabout, abultin. and bouMdinc on land, now or law of Mabel BonncM, on Und. now or late of Camilla O ftandlford on land, now or late of Manoah Horila on land, nuw or late at 'l„ r.i-i' %  ( i !" ,,.i i BJSM ,i,.,.„,!. and on a rood ovr which Uicre la *• iiaht of way ba the public road or howaver rlM the ana may abut and bound, 'to brms before DM an account of theU luld c .im. wlUt Uotr witneaoM. doeuvouchoro. Mi be aaamlned any Tueaday. or rnd*,/ behour. of IB i noon i and 1 the afternoon, at Uw OBlcc of the Clerk of tho Annum Court of will b* Ml up for .ala BE I Appeal at the Court Honoe, Brldgotown. petition at our office. J.mebefore the SOth day of loptornbei I'm HI ISDOU -On the MS stall weir. Coatt. Chen* Church, otandlag or menu aBd 1 rondi IS perehea of Und Onupt tor # by me OR c. WOMT -nd -leetrte .-rvie-o InI Wn. th. •d tnppaetlon by PJ> n > m 5 n *"• '" ,cn.nt Mr. Roach Dial ."081 Friday the BBh Auguat IBM "HUTCHlNftON A K***')**^ •iTeth B Frozen Hind Quaru-i U. Round. Rum.,. Sirloin. Short Ribs Thick Flank .. (b) FOTB Quarter — Roust and Steak Brisket, Stew and Soup I M (a) Legs and Loiru. .. (b) S *llder (< %  ) St-w SKIPPING NOTICES lc. per lb I IB. %  omuL, .vnuur, n .IMAM! U V LOUTSD h!pm*nl at Ttlnldad nnuah Guiana leeward and WMdOBlS Uianda. further parUoHlora apply — OB.. !. %  .. %  A COST* CO.. iM.. p 9*0*0+i***099 W 09**mm \HniBBE' will nccoti Cargo and Puirnian for Donuiuca, Anus ... Montserrst. hrvU and St Km.. Sai.mg Wed, Th* M V "MONBKA %  will accept rargu and l*asana>er. for Dominica AnUgu.1 MontMrrat, Nev-is and Bl Klttfalling rtday agnd n and ranked sjccordlng lo the nature and priority thereof retpeetlvel' turn persons will bo precluded from UM benefit, of .inv decree and i t all claim* on or >aalitit th* sold property .-...AW-, Plslnttlf: HlfOH OWEN SAINT Ul-AIH cVMUf-BBATt-H Defendant: T O BBAI.Y A CO. LfMrTTD 1 AIJTHAT certain place or parcel of land situate near Warner w ine | jMri.h of Christ Churehano Island aforooald lormorly .upssoMd to %  oon^M^SU^Co• bv estimation Foui thvnrabuuU but l0Ua*1 SJ I i (Vve S>->** and all peich. • or thereabout, sbuttina and bou i( Wsrnors Plantation mi tinBaM on la of E. Best, M 11 H Sullivan the South on Undo of Graeme I on o road and on the Wen on i may abut and bound mf, on the North ... f..irvrl of Allen Walcott but me estate of J HnynM dacosood on pl-ptaUon on lands of T Co* and public road ur however else the *am BM. Filed taut January. ISSB Dated AuffusL "O* POULTRY .TRY 13 Imported readv to lav %  !, Kock Pullets A.A Apply to Erie Donnv. BrUlu* Bac* Rock 1 • aS-In. NOTICE FARISB OF ST PIIILir Afullcatlons (or tho Post of Nurse IhSIPhilip's Aln.ahous* will NT c-ived by the undagSagno* up to son ,1,. JSth Auaust IBS! Applicant* must be qualified NvnS - s. pu inber. ISBl In further particulars may be oo tailed from the Parochial Tree-Awe* OffM I I'LUKTSPure Bred ^Baned Bock < Tohn'A?.e,n. -* HrXP ClEKK i I %  with a krowUdge ol Bhori ..,. P.. AHilftob.. %  %  "• "\' H.H.C Debt. M I ">'*lin. -v. i ireau-l laHcUl conBdonilal S Petei Hl-i II ii|AU H siosilstl r *"'i rwo Puro Bred Bull Mi.xifl Puppies, three month* old f"f ,, 1 "•" f-.-jrSi-n.cM Kittens. Male and fjm.U, Clerk t | W SCOTT. I Board of Guardian* at phiiip is a w— "ii FOM SALE M1S" D.HHI B..I.IW" Ol, Slo^.. 1-"'. D..h A co Tu*.t .m" }~J OFFICIAL SALE IIARBATMrS IN TB* ASSIgTANT COtTIT Ol APPBAL iDjuitsble JunsdK-lioni WKNDELL CLARON aillFTlTII. I'latnUfT KKCELL lOI-k SEALY Defendant NOTICE Is hereby given that b,' virtu. of an Order of the AMt.tant Court of Appeal dated U>e lOUi day ol July, IBM there will bo sot up rnr sale to tiu^nlghcji bidder at the Office ol the Clerk ot me AuIMant Court of Appeal at the Couit Iti'UM. Bridgetown. beiw*rn the hOvin f It moon) and 3 o'clock in the aft*iii on Friday, th* JSth day of Septeinnt 10>3 all thai certain piece or parcel I land .itual* at ltgtheifc.1 Turning In lie pariah of Balnt Michael ..nd Island ilvresald contammg by admraiuremrnt u rood, or thereabouu abutting and .minding on Und* now or lal* of tflaBel !U.n.-tt an land, n-w OT Urto i Bandlford on land, now or lato of 1 moah Morn, on l-nds now of late ol he Eal-tc of Donald Clarke, deceased, ind on n roafi over which there I. -. ight of way lo Uie public road or h.,wv'er elM the ume ma,abut an d bou i.il %  nd tf UM than oold the Mid propertv Oui Fflgay belween the airs hour, until %  he uai is Mid far a sum not leas than Dated tBai 10th_day_ ot^July.^ ISSS II .vii.i.iA'.:turfpslrai-ln-Chsiiirrv IIIB OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS fN TB COt'BT i II \Ni I KV CANADIAN SERVICE Hails MeaUMl July *> August Clerk of Ine A..ii P O TAtAtA. '%&&. Sjkafj --•hH-tBMl nnKtrggtV BBp'jWBt pIMrs. ****?*: pliers, HackMws. Tappet •pannor. Get your rrqulrements atCheUc. g. ilfgO. Umlted P""" 1B ,, 1 _g n I hipublic FURNISH TO-DAY MAROUANY S CFBAB WaU Np A Bewewed A Ml Cedar or Mahogany and Cedar \ ,.,ii.. Stonla. Simpler DTeS.lng Tables. Full panelled and olher ltr.l.ieads, Wa.drob-. WailuBarida TABlJtS for Dining. Cwktails. Radio A Docorallon. """'•*• %  CUnt ttools. CabloeU for t hiri* %  Berh-oom. Wagyfons, BldeboaFd. DBAWkNlI RCIOM ""i" %  '" raned Bttft %  %  '' %  "' ***:$; ma. Seltre. A-mchOlrVP'^ 1 Chuirv und V.rOther Tb.o*. j mrY TODAY AT MONEY-BAVINO PRICTB LS. WILSON A pursusnee of the Chancery Act. ISM I do hereby give notice lo all haetng or claiming any estate, right or interest or ony Uen or incumbrance In be reported en and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respecuvelv. otborwiM such persons will bo precluded from the benefit, of any decree and be tfeprlved of all claims on or again.I the said property I'laiiiUff. ROSALIE EBTEIXE ANN ALLEY NX and THEODORE WOODLEY AIALEYNE Defendant: CRESESCO A1XUMDO COItPlN Proper!. First all thai certain piece or parcel of land part of the land* of s plantation or place called or known any the I.HIH %  -' THE lUfAK'' .Ituale in th* parlih uf Saint Janus la this Island containing bv admeasurement latxordIng to an old Plan thereof dated the Sth day of Auguat 1S0I and made b> L W Clarke, Sworn Surveyor) t Acre* 37 J. Perchna. A bulling and Bounding on the Berth on lands formerly at the estate of James LGasktn decesied but now Of ta* estate of one Rurrowee deceased on lands of Elliabeth Lawrence on the East on lands formerly Of George Gnskm but now of Aichlbgld Hall Ihe esUto Of E T. asurrowes deceased and UIIBO Webb rMpecUveiv on the South on lands late of Jacob Burrows, and Kltuv Plgimtt but now ol Th. .jiiii.u* Hoyte and on lands late of George Oaskln bul now of A L. OUI %  n.l on the West on the Seashore and all accretions of me name Jte* by th< receding of the sea whatever the same may be up to high water mark, the %  aid parcel of land being intersected by Ihe rub lie Road running norm ine Bouth from Bridgetown to apclghtatown: Together with the messuage OT dwaUtagboUM thereon called "THE RISK"-and all and every the crcello• and buildings on the paid land erected aad bulll standing and being aim SECONDLY ALL THAT certain other parcel of land calao part of Ihe takl t lsntatlon or place called TIIE BISK"i containing bestimation 4 Acre11. Perches more or I*M ibelng part of the area shown oo the Mid pun to Contain 0 Acras 31, Perches) Abutting on the Bast on lands of Canard PunUUon and on lands now or laU of Philip Johnson el al on the Nnrtii on land! late of Aaron Haynea decaaud but now of the mortgagor being UM parcel of Und herein thirdly described on UM West on lands late of MiHall, George Gaskln et al. Mr. Marshall. Mary Green and Charles Bran.n iciDCCUveU but now of the estate of" one Inlils* ileccsMd. J Lawrence, tin eaUus Of one Blackett deceased. D Marshall. M. Tutl. the e-'ite -I B 1 Bur I owes drceasod. and en* Small lea pec lively and on a parcel of land conmining 1 Acre S Perchss devised by the will ol Ida Jane Coppln ilormei owner of the uid property) to VR>H*t Horoldln* Clarke and on I Acre .. land derlsed by UM same will lo BUrtla Montroae Vaughn or however c:s: h __^ k. .butting and THIRDLY ALL THAT certain other parcel of land adjoining the above d-ac.il.eu Und. of 'THE K-SK conUlnlng by eeUnullon lArre t!\0r or US* Abutting on Unda now or u-te of Edmund BresisUtt or other ISISiil of -TM RIJJK'on Undo now or late ol Many Ann Knight ar.d on lands of ono Tull or nowerer else the aam* laabutiing the .aid M*l uurcel. of Und horoditament-a and praatusoe boSnaj the propert> oi gne ilifendant. ii rued, lot July, isos Dated SIM July. ISM. H vtUAJAM ^ R*a-istra r-1 n • Ch ancar y. 13.1 SX-n KIM' -ARNETA" AviSuit *S Sept. 3 Sept. IS Sept IS 3*PI. sept 15 30 NOBTBBOUKB A STEAMER Apply :-DA COSTA Due Us i bed* seoun.bar Lswreneo River Ports lllb. fee ERVKB Btfc CO LTD —CANADIAN S NEW YORK SERVICE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE A STEAAfKB sails 11th July, — arrives 3nd August A STEAMER sail' JUI July — arrives loth August i STEAMEB sail. Mih August — arrives 30th Auguat A rnTAMKil tails JtSth August — arrlTto I3th September v STEAMER .alls lllli September —arrives 31th September I'.lUlr HI THOM LTD.—NEW YORK A til'LF SERVICE Seven • %  * •' OFFICIAL NOTICE BABJIAIXIS IN TNE COt'BT OF CHANCBBT In pur.u..nce of the Chancery Act. ISoS I do hetrby give notice lo all person. navlng or claiming any eeutc. right or Interast or any Uen < incumbeaiice in nffi-Cling the piopertv herein-.(ter mention"! the property of the defendant to nen before me n account ol their claims wltn -heir wllneosee. document, and e.amlned by mo on anTuesday m FYld.v between the koure ol 13 nooi ,,.l,„k in the afternoon .1 the itoffatKtaSn Ofnce. Public a>uM|naji tdgi bef. the Ih day of Ckrta*er. IBU In order Ihat lUCti elaim reuorted on and ranked according to the natuie and i . ,ch bisons will be precluded Horn the benefit. ..' an* decree and be deprWyd of all cUlma em or egainst th* Mid property Plaintiff LINDSAY EJtCfl. i:YEBCi(.N G1U. Defendant: CLYDE HABCOUKT MAHSUAM PLBST ALL THAT certain pice or parrel of land iHuate at Seal. Hall In ihe partah of Saint John In this Island conUlnlng bv adnLea.ureI ons acre ten perch*, oi 'hen-'Iuli AbuItU g and fiouiidng or MJMB f Palmers PUnUU.-i on and* ol r Sl-..-pherd and on U u .P* "?lw H.ud or however elu the m* mav abut and bound together wllh the me.auagr or dwelUnghOuu and all and .InguUr other the b.nldi ercetlon. on the Mid Und i retted and bum rtand UM appurteriant-r* ANT} BECOM'IY ALL THAT cer of Und also umau at B*olv riall in the .-id parish of (Ma liaand containing two acres or thereabout* Abutting Udea on lands of Palmers. PlanUllon on bjnd.,ind bring > nUBmVS lll.on T1HMMES for you lo .elect from, prices MM 1rom $17.40 lo $46.76 /#/# I l:\IH If. EMPORMVM Corner Broad A Tudor street* H WUJ.1AMH Registrar-,'.-.') in 10 II t Don't let Upset Stomach upset your day... take Alka-Seltzer right away! • Now in aflmcf 7CA 60-DAY EXCURSIONS Lowest fare? ver offered for air travel to Stained Chest Ptd Dicing Table Book*. Bookshelves. Linoleum. Folding Gallery creen. Un-n Baskel. Kitchen Tables. Ware Misc Glauware and Cbli.a, Double and Single Larders. lUetrie Iron, Tray*. 1 cu ft %  -KK.1DAIRB' i4 months old) lIrurner —T13*N Oil Btova, 1"FALKS" Oil Store, VALOR"' Oven Utge tas oewi, fiood KUehei, Ulenaili Aluminum. HurrkMne tamp.. Bucket. Lawn Mewpr Hose Garden Tool*, end tttjsa At:* riOM.i RS ft €•. Indigestion makes it hard to work, impossible to have fun. But why suffer — when sour Upset Stomach is so easy to relieve? Take Alka-Sellrer! Simply drop a tablet or two into a glass of water, and drink the sparkling, pleasant-tasting solution. Alka-Selter will not only relieve your Headache quickly, but will also help set your stomach discomfort right again! Not a laxative, you can take A!ka-Se!lzcr anvtr ins tiki SHUM bsAtt Bators Lit ii belt r iw~ Pheaie MO PlanUti Alka-Seltzer z:x~22£:.v? S AGUENA r TERMINALS CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal, Halifax and St. John sr-ji'Ai.r "IINI.IO •SUNDIAL"SUNWHTP' "BRUNO" IS Julj30 July 14 August 30 Aug SI July I Aug .'i IS Auguel 4 Sept. 10 August 14 Auguel -t %  teplember 1.. BssttssaBar ... SMaSjgffgBfg U.K. SERVICE From South Wales. Liverpool and Glasgow "MARIA IT LAHR1NAGA" S . "STUGARD'S S "SEABREEZE" 3i July a August 21 August aS Ajuguit -.llii 13 Aug ml SJepleiiiber -nl Mid October U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Antwerp. Rotterdam and London esgected Arrival Dates li.idfei.-a. gPgoa S SepUmber Mid October YOUR ntmi mow... REP A in YOUR HOMES We can now deliver from Block :— Shingle* While Pine Pitch Pine Cement Galvanued Sheet. Aluminum Sheet* A.be.to* Everile Sheet* Aluminum GullerinB Steel Windows Nail. etc., etc GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW ! PLANTATIONS LIMITED



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TVESDAV. AUGUST IS. 15! BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON B ~ TVyfcvfcJ ESUM — sLuFLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES 1 BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY fS^'n -^C, WE WON T LEAVE OUR \ ^-^ ,^ r J FAIR OuEEN UNDEFENDED.' 1 y^^^^ SO WE SHALL IVft HER / /£. \ PROTECTION — IN THE Z— ^a(l^"\ PEBSON OF... ./ n W t "^ aiL. 1 /40f=^4 ~ J Li—ly 1/ ram A. % %  u—: : L: :— %  ^51 THE GLOERW> E>C OF TE KRAKEN "Oft SETTLES STEADiL* ON FLASH... WAITING ... WAiTiNG %  j 1 ...;•.. ...... "*'** • flPfij ^^ !" ^^ I • A i i ; i JOHNNY HAZARD 8Y FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAIL ABLE MONDAY ~ Uiu.lly TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES CONDENSED MILK .33 O.K. CORB-H lb Pkgi 70 VIM M MACARONI WITH CHEESE—Tin. ,23 WEETAB1X 32 1.11.111 1 S PORT l\ Boll *3.IM> NOW .31 .en .27 .20 .311 S2ll GUAVA CHEESE ASSORTED C'H(M'I.ATE BONBONS—I lb. bo I4r. i-i lb. %  It.JW ISIOETED CHOCOLATE BONBONS—| lb" bow ALPINE I IHH OI.ATK BONBONS 1 lb. boxra I Hill 1)1.ATE PEPPERMINT—I |b, boH I ll.H'OI.ATE PEPPERMINT— ', IS bon 1(1 AI.ITV ITUn ASSORTED I I, CIHK'OI.ATE'S—Tina HI SSE1. Ui Ml |b. box** OLAMOUE CHOCOLATES—I lb. bosM TOEPEES—I lb. tins. TOEEEEN—| lb. llli TOEEEES— | lb. mi. 1.15 1.JS 1.25 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES ; THATBUSITDAIIMWASFI IMIDlMf. I ;x, % %  , % % %  : % %  .• cf F, BUT i Gornc %  i PAN BOOKS YOU SPECIALLY ENQUIRED ABOUT ARE NOW IN STOCK EiXGEAAMK ill hi It BNWJUm THE FOUNTAIN OF LIFE THE EAST DAYS OF HMMEEH ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad St. and Greyslone. Hastings.



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WHAT'S ON lODAr Clerk Sentenced To Die For Inciting Riots In Egypt BODY OF EVA PERON DRAWN THROUGH BUENOS AIRES Severe Penalty For Tra itors Prom ised CAIRO, Aup. 18. Mustafa Khamis. a VOUflg clerk was sentenced to death by hanging by the military court today for inciting the i lots which wrecked the Miar textile mills at Kafr El Dewar, north of Alexandria. As sentence was announced to the workers in the factory courtyard, r Naguih. Commander in Chief, wai ned th.it 11 I would do away with all Captain A'->* Naeaar i eproaenllng the General's headquarters read ihe statemtM.t. which declared contemplating the creation of disorder, or standing in the way of reform, will be fPQlBilaogl; sentence". Kliamis the first lu i*sentenced) of 29 oil trial following the taken to the Hadra civil prison In Alexandria. The m'liUtry court to-day asked Dl H %  %  Akikim. former Chief at the* Royal rain net. to explain hi visit" to the textile mill before the riots hrokr out. Mill's Manager Arrested Mohammed Gamal, the mill managing director, who gave cv: dance yesterday was arrested curing the night. Egyp*' met today to discuss the land reform plan pui forward by General Nnguib last week and** which land ownership would b limited to ZOO acres, and large estates would be sold to lands**! peasants. At the three-hour meeting weie Prim* Mnlftar Al.v Maher, General Naguib. two members of the Kcgency Council — B^neddin Bi.rakat and Colonel Rashad Mehanna Dr. Abdel Razxal El Sanhury. the President of the State Council or Supreme Court. Solim Hafe*. Vice President of the State Council Abdel Guebi Kl Emary. Minister or Finance and Zoheir r.arran. Minister of Social Affairs. Aly Manor said that the sub-committee would reporl •n Wednesday on the implementation plan, Naguib told officers and men of the artillery and entft-alfcrafl batteries that the <.plktting up of large estntv* was "not Communism but social Justice." We take from those who have plenty to S lvi m ih"se who have nothing, not usurping .uivthinK, but n. .-.tmpeusatlng for it. Nor are we giving it awav to landless |llabeea (peasant) We are It U) them." He added "those who posses* huge fortunes—and I do not mean all tho rich, but only those who oppose reforms—are seeking with their lackeys to l*opBrd[T our movement." t arouk has Museum Pieces The Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said loday thai acceptance yes ter day of credentials from the British Ambassador Sir Ralph Stevenson, gjjiaaaail to "King Ahmed Fuad II" represented %  only a temporary solution" of the knottv problem of the protocol. Thi Egyptian government has been insisting mat the credentials of diplomatic envoys bo addressed to the "King of Egypt and the Sudan". The spokesman said that Sir Ralph's credentials "did not stop Egypt from continuing to demand from Britain and other countries the recognition title as the King of Egypt and the Sudan", The Education Ministry reported today that many of, the 2!* 000 pieces of Egyptian antiquities reported missing from the Cairo museum, had been found at exKing Farouk's Abdin palace in Cairo. The Ministry added that history textbooks on modern Egypt will h| i cvised by a committee appointed by the Minister < %  Education Siad El Labdane. *•> U.S .Favours Security For Philippines By LESLIE KAYMONII WASHINGTON. Aug. 18 | on Monday tnui the Department %  eeeplive' lo Philippine about .i widi i ai among thi pirns of the Pacific. He asserted t in led States has consistently favoured such a security arrangement, provided that it deve l oped spontaneously from among the free Asian nations without being frittered bv the The Philippine Ambassador Carlos Rormilo recently discussed in 'irticials here a Pacific defence hlo, wider than the current Anzus Council comprising tha Btatae, Australia, and New Zealand. An American spokesman observed, however, that the materialisation of such a plan would -.till require 'much tune and thought", Because Of Ihe complcxiU 'it %  wider Pacific defence pact, he added, "the State De| welcomes any preliminary dlscusetooa. But the official warned .h:i< the recent meeting l>et\veen Ro.nulo and Secretary of Slate Dean Aeheson "Should not be considered as a formal i i fa las on ich i scheme." He acknowledged that during the hour long t dn, hi presented his counti % % %  ;| Pacific Union def nee syftem sponsored ba Hnl i Klpidio Qunin.i Re said "never! Qtl action." I'.P WIN-s TON rill Rt HILL Churchill Calls Special Cabinet Talks U>MTX>N. Aug. IB Churchill scheduled for Wu nesday his second extrsorrtirtn Cabinet session in two weak* lb discus* Hit explosive situation in AngloAmerican difference* on how to remedy R. It is onderatood thai North American pressure prompted Churchill to call for the second review of tho Iranian problem. nirtercii. between Britain and the United States over a aolley toward Premier Mossadegh of 11 an and difficulties between London and Teheran held up British action on the latest offer the Maharajah of IIM ir. >"4i t<> proteot hie mi*. Pnncws daughter from peri, was auctioned on Sund*> for (40.500 to A'r For. v ijl 1 Edward Hall. .. rancher hen' | The home was sold by th? Ma'iara)ah" divorced wife MrMar. 1 .ieo in I9S: aOar *Be nursed hm luring :: -erloiis r ; thM 'ormer l,os Angeles nDJ he house and the custody of tin girl L'sha whom she adoptee i'sha, 1", was educated here and .n Laguna Beach and in BOW ttended by thousands Port Royal, railed the wickedest and one of the richest ciUepf the world in the time of th. I'ucraneer Morgan, and now "s-hlng village, was almost eomletefa test roved for the third lime by the hurricane of INI. Government has given £ 40.000 towards rebuilding it and a band I nii/uis calling themselves Th.f'.rulhcrhuod. have prepared plan-. ror complete rehabilitation of the lown.— KP) Seaman (lomnu'iiN On Oonfinement In Russian Prison STOCKHOLM. Aug. ll. A British seaman released list veek from a Russian prison des-rlbed on Mondav the 'occasional ;hou at night and acreams" that •e heard during his sir month> ontlnemen'. Stanley irenntn, 27, jailed after a brawl with Russian In the Port of Klaipeda ll resting here awaiting a i>as*auibaeh to Britain. Brennen. who lost 18 poun.i during confinement in Moscow Butyrski Prison, said there %res enough food, but m> stomach could not hold it I never got agg> or meat, almost always cabbage soup. "He said that he was treated well, although he got little or Be exercise He said that once win q he lost cigarette paper In the prison yard he was threatened with confinement In the penalty rHI Brenner said that the screen.s he heard on three occarions "presumably came from fellow Inmates." He said "I -A ill age) again go back to Russia."—1J.F. IKE PRESENTS PLANS FOR PEACE Russia, Red China Begin Discussions MOSCOW. Au 18. Talks expected to lead to closer ties between Soviet Russia and Communist Chin i are d,ue to begin here almost immediately. The Chinese delegation—a strong Governmen*. mission headed by Prime Minister Chou En Lai— arrived here yesterday. The talks are expected to range widely over financial. industrial, military and foreign policies of Ihe two countries and to implement the Sino-Roviet Mutual Aid Pact signed in Moscow more than two years ago. As this pact is directed against revival Ol uggression on the paM of Japan or any staK ifcsoeiated with her. and us both Russia and Communist China have denounced the Western P'lwers' separate peace treaty vith Japan as "an instrument of ".ir'.ll teems certain than Bstjf i! oacr Sino-Soviet alliance would i d tr eeted against the activities of the Western Powers in Asia. I'M Lai's visit appears to prepare for a Joint Smo-Soviei dipkMnetk "ffen^ivc pact O.F. Kgypiian Land Reform Might Have Drastic Results WASHINGTON. Aug IB. The "Evening Star" said in an editorial on Monday that the EgTOttaa land reform programme %  .ght be so drastic that It could to the normal production M the land It commented that 'he land prohlrm which Is being attacked both in Egypt and Iran i' the fundamental source of soial and ernnomlr trouble in those .Sinu-Kugsian Talks May Be "Itoutint'" Conference WASHINGTON. Aug. 18. State Department spokesman Michael McDcrmott aald on MOQda> that the current meeting between Russian and Chinese Communists leaders In Moscow might well be a "routine' 1 conference ol the two nations bound by treaty iclatiomthips. McDennott said that the State Department had no foreknowledge of the event, and that It would await development' before commenting. The Chinese Communist Premier Chou En Lai and a large par^ of aides arrived in Moscow on Sunday for what appeared to be a big scale meeting with Soviet leaders "It Is to be expected that the meetings of the representatives of two countries which have tresty relationships should occur from time to time" MeDermott %  .' '. I reporters when queried ahout the possible significance of the event.—I'.P l*roof Of Hydrogen {In Space Important Discover) SYDNEY. Aug m Radio scientists on Mondav i ^scribed the rsceni proof tha the space in Universe contained 1vdrogan aa "one •# the moot im lortant discoveries In "sironom ef diia century" A meeting of international %  denUgta at Sydne, < s:nd on Monday that It had tus pected for many years that thero waa hydrogen between the star The Radio Scientists said tha%  p eee between the stars had been 1 roved beyond dispute to contain B .drogen colder than 300 degree. f ihrenheit below rero —I'.P IN HIS FIRST MAJOB SP1ECM a 10-polnt program fur lasting pea ail. aad loyalty to Federal service M *as nominated. Gen. Dwlght D. meat of the Veterans of *OP Presidri>:ial canaidate outlined re, honest government, equality for < International Soundphvfo) untrl It said "the Egyptian attack upon land concentrations would e.nropriaW all private farming lands above th<300 acre limit. %  face it appears to be a drastic and over simple solution, that might break up some of the big fortunes, but might also Jeopardlzc the normal production of the land—a result that would be rr.i-.ii damaging to Egyptlsn economy" -IT Former Jewish Official Buried MTJNICH, Aug 18. Philip Auerbach former Jewish leader, who committed suicide on Saturday by taking an overdose of sleeping tablets, was buried in a Jewish cemetery here on Monday. About 200 mourners acornpaoied the funeral processior through the streets from the 8ynaC ue where Auerbach's body has i in state since Sunday Auerbach was sontanccc. by German court las* Ttusnlay two and a half yaars Imprisonment and a 2.700 marks <..IL old King Feua of Iraq on jl niled Status, Nuval Acad.iny o\ icirby Annapolia, Maryland i" %  ie was wclcumed by thi %  ndeni, Vi. AdgaM C, Turaei ley. The young nu i %  ly a 21 gun salute and lnspe*-Ku in honour guard of 0k iUtcs marines. Feisal and his illlclal party wore taken to ttu Chaps-1 wMri tr flawed Hi.crypt ill John Paul i Down as Hi, fatha i jl he United Slate. From there feisal waa taken i i.i ,n ,in.Kici Munner> d> ,, i jfitrullnii (i On ih *ay to Q-ini \>* .icademy building Ihe King in hast tradition of Ihe naval • %  iy threw penniei /or in mat of Red I'i'ii in Chlei Teetun* At naneroft Ilnll K i| inspecl'H v 'i lisplay and ti>ok the "march ,nst" of Bfsproxlraately i.noo mid I BO :ir<> .it thi luring summer months. Follnwing the noon I Feiai w;is Introduced '<• Mid %hlpman BlK-rt I,. Watklns. fourth l lass regimental commando • I ikl;ih>ma City. Oklahim nns took the young King to the Midshipmen'-, mess hall where r. illned with futtii fTlrera. Feisal said he nU '*ejutta Imirewed" \.IUi U> nd 'howed keen Interest in lln mlldlngs. trophic and equip ment. The Royal visit to AnnaMill endert nt 7 %n when (he Kin nd his i back Washington !1. idemv it t p.n — V P. BRITAIN WANTS CUT IN PRICE OF BACON COPENHAGEN, Aug, 18. The British demand for %  15 per rent cut Ir Danish bacon price* reused a breakdown in List w-ek\ I-ondon talks, the newspaper Berlinpskf AfteiiAPis sajd >' %  The Danish representative!, u he talks who returned home last night refused to comment on th report Th.Brtttsh di-legata are enpected here on August 20 to resume the talk 1 hut the Dani*h igate* said that they would tmm the pr-Ktucers bethev inel th.Itrttons—FJ.F. of Eva Peron Is carried on a gun aj nige from the I^bor Ministry :,'tj in Argentina's Capitol. Pulling I ie carriage are 45 workers from Sfhlctl forms (he pulitical power of t if regime. President Juan Perun Bfialg, in Ihe kolenui proces on. (lafrrnarional ffndiop'iofo) More Inflation In U.K. Likely IA>N1X)N rVu l Thie.its MI lintliei UtflstttOfi .n>i eeoojorelc hardslm bunfl Dveji Hiil.im ami Franc last week, but most of tin rest ii Western Kurope kept well on the roed t., recovei y %  .I.; by 9.00(1.000 B ttish workers thieateued thi Coneervetive Go v ern m eni Hi g to hold deerti prlci t< p up enorti hi l-i HI ii 'Ir..,Miiy warned that if all the exiftUllj Ni. ,,r irinted In Kill, tht reeeontble II"|H' ol stabh Queen WU1 VicI Mrfims Of Flood ntful ri Er I ug> 1" n or, the Ks] njm %  %  squads ud %  "' which 1.1 dead ind 2* oeo|4e •' mi eet ng en listed %  t tea %  i ,'i: %  ... ll the disaster reeort and other %  became i-iwarr Loday. but Imal an %  no that i' ira of des%  fa fortnight The damage %  enpej'ed to reach least one million tiding H an estimate .f 2ii.oofi walla alone %  -' ti path la victim. i %  night, and %  I ikt of f-hnburgh will join thOH" ikiiiH relief conl ibuttons. The royal rouile wiH %  I Ainebad by the two l^ird Ueulen%  n counties—*arl i Die if wage Price Of Cold Risen In France PARIS. Aug. IB 'In. pric ill gold imd foreign banknotes i %  mbed lo their hlgli%  peon n somi ntorJthi here te-dar, iintish pound notes on B black market rose to 1.025 %  net, the highest since the end April, and 25 francs more than '. week ITtdted Btetei dollar nisM wer ugains' '. at the end of last week On the free gold m.iik,' logram fine gold ingot jumped K thousand fruncs. In unofficial idlng later It was lietng sought high m 5,2)12.000 franc* These Iwsre the >est prices ainee April The irnewed advances were I -nerally attributed to report-: I Sftiueing the posslbllit ,,f • fur gotd he French budget. nog trend of fo -U.P. Uhi-nery .\4rliiif AH Puisne Jl*4ge i LorGMp, Mi J. w. Of ih,. Cnurf %  l peal has been Bppolnted lo ut I I'm MI' ludgi % %  'ii' quenl upoh ire "t HI i.,.nuhip M <. i. w Taylor, for Kngland. M' A i Kane h.-n u acting i :.T II A T.IIIM. Judg..,f th, i v i>'i>f Cburl Prominent School Teacher Dies In Grennjfla GRENADA. Aug. i James Wilson Allette, 50. proinn ut |iiimnr> senool teacher for a • il vears and former Union ..fflci.il as well as %  Bl Ii. (MI n.idj I .tuvens' Association, died last Colunj Hospital. It* .n irtnMs. hotV* lUrlni dead explorer Marcel I-ouThe rnlsing of Dr AndrMalre by a winch from the bottom .f the 1,100 fo.t vertical abyss marked the end of six days of ni. "t.vity when windlasi; .able soapped and plunged Louhens 120 feet onto lagged rocks. He died of injuries S hour* Inter —P.P. Iranian Land Reform Goes Into Operation By JDMEPH 1AZANDI TKHKKAN AUK IHPremier Moiiamrni'; ordered Ins agrarian reform plan thrown into hi/ Monday, and wurnctl Governor^ and gheiiffa il.i il a lack of en M|M'Mtiiri erould iiiiiic ii turn digmietel Moegedegri instructed the Inter | ll coverinK the reform scheme Village OOtinoUg to nuide the (iroKramnuare t<> be i-stablished imme In Hiviera Area delegation Intslelk the new aeonoo k tween Ihe two countries Its teimj %  e not II %  %  m d ep andenl evening "Bterat" prcdicu-d thai ones hritain and Iran settle their dtlTlultles over oil nationalization. I friendship pact to end the teusi months The newspaper said that Mo ss ad e gh was now that the <>-l crisis would soor solved %  i prepaciiiR for new| thdggput) but added that it win*! ;ire-re<|ul%  it "n the employment i ina to run tho government-owned Ind i ly. Iran must not be under obligation to sell rn'i oil to one particular custom*-! l P l-KANCE. AugIB • wind to.. the worst forest ten fl. mes undei .ontiol. sent out %  %  %  : Flames resort tha pott'Ty eenmade amous %  Pablo rtraanx h • HsfH r • %  Vntlb. With bur' moil animunlt:' | I I '///AV/AWA'/AW/, ',*.'*--', ;;','.',:*,; •.;:',:;::'.*s-**' WINK can give so miit'li pleasure lu din iniiinl enlertainiiii: -hut It isn't .my mure %  •unpliciiieil ihiin servluej lea or coffee. QUALITY • DISTINCTION FLAVOUR Tr\ servinu Sherr>to your ^:ul-^l^ before rMnner — slightly chilled And .MII! ihis K W.V. Paarl In your soups and oiher Cood for a new and distinct flavour Yu will be delighted with the results! K.W.V. Jhs Win* og Oil Jims K \ Shin) llr.iiidy. and Table MM v.-//..v,v.'^ gW I O W W WWQWWW



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PACK TWO RARRUMIM)V( Ml TIT.SDAY. AUGUST 19 IMJ QaJub Calling M H w M x II W.I.A. to % % %  ig of UH Itegionjil laboui Board which .ippiwd %  'igs House h p of Sir CompUOMC tor 1) vclop. .. guest at the % %  i< 4el A RnivrIsland o ,iav by the C M s. .. l*o wu Ma)or E. H. A ; jbour CommiM*onr of St K .. Major Grell is attend•hird meeting M the Rcgtonul Labour Board wMBh opened ye-derdny al HS House under the Chaim Su George Seel. KIAI.C, Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West Indies. \U)in Grell is a. guest at Hotel Royal. Zatoprk." Labour Officer Returns M il IHA SIMMONS, Labour Officer Off St Lu home on Sunday b> B.W *pendinf a few days on holiday as a guest at Crystal Waters, Worthing. Mr. Simmon.a cousin ol Hi Simmons-Howe! I of dale" Hastings, arrived INN lasl %  England where he had attended n three-month course In labour relations attached to the lUnlstn of Labour's Staff Training Centre in I-ondon. Back Homr R ETURNING home hy the C.N.S. I.'idy Nelson on Satiirdiv was Rev. A. E. Slm%  m !<'•'•"' "( Si John's Parish. n* Bii %  < Ddiiii thraa months vacation In Babo nw i, Paid Third Vi.il A FTER spending t" holiday here Miss Uargol Lagalder* returned to Trinidad pvenlng bj M W I A Mis* l..igaderri is an employee of the Control Board. Port-Of> Spall and was a guest at "Sloneycrr.fr' Worthing. For Children A RRIWia l i 4ony durveek from Hi-w York waj Mr-.. Jimm) Cozier the former Mis-. "Curly" H S: Uwflbca flap. Mrs. Cozier In the U s.A. for the past two years and has come lo take buck her two children with her Stir will !*• re* maining in the Island for a few weeks as the guest of her mother. Spent A Year M R. HAROLD I SMITH tl of Mi. .1. w Smith "i •Hitd.nt". Rouen leaves tne oalons "I"'!" 1 by B.W.I.A tot Puerto Rft *J to New forh Mr. Smith, an old Combersras %  pandtasj %  year's holiday lieie with his uwrcnts. To his many friends he say* nu Spent Two Weeks L EAVING the island on Saturday night by the Lady Nelson for Trinidad wag Wig Nora Cherrie who has been upending twt> week*' v.uatirwi in ihirrie Is employed with the Government BSMscaJ Stores of Dispensers. SinMnM a guest at Stoneyrmft. Worthing. First Visit A by tin' Lady Nalsaa on kUaa l*ah ho -irrived here for a short holiday ID p ad arttl Trinidad guest at Stoneycroft, Worthing. Iit-i llrst visit hete. On Business M R. c C CBADDERTON, Buperlntan4ent Manager ot MK liachbsa Co. -tl r,: rrtnldad on Bundaj bj ,1 W I A 00 I husinesx visit. With Siner Machine Co. j|H AND MRS VICTOR fl WARD Who ere spending ii holiday in Barbados. rsAumsn t" Trinidad over the wevk-i-tirt by B.W.I .' %  Il Ward is mployad arftn ths s nger Sawing Machine Co Off To St. Lucia L EAVIM. fa W Lucia on Sunday tfl r.W.I.A. was Mr. RftlaU of the tlrm "f D M" Simpson % %  in the intere t i f his firm. Fourth Visit P AVING their fourlh visit to Barbados arc Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Gerald Laurence of Brooklyn. New York. They arrived litre earlier in the month for thro* and %  half weeks* holidn•rnkh thay ae spending as guests ,,{ the Cusnuipoht.ii Guesl ll"u Mr. Laurence Is I buataasamti in Itrooklyn while his wife Is a school teacher attached to Public School .14. Farewell Party O N Saturday evening Mi L Stuart's School <>f Dancing hold %  nuvwoU party at "Norham", Tweedslde Road In honour of Mill Gloria Ramsey MM) Mr Corirlc 1'hillips formerly members of the School. Gloria will be leaving the Island shortly for Enghind where %  he will OO nursing. Cadrk who will be ramefnbared by (he mu %  :. loving puotle will pro sod to Canada to further fa in Musk "Because I've lost my Love" composition and lyi n %  0J Codric was liiven to Mis. Stuart and will he used 01 "lle*U0rj0 iduU who has been living in Brazil for the last thirteen years arrived here on Thursday last l>y T.C.A. for two week.-;' Miss Maynard is a missionary in Brazil and during her "hort stay here she will be the guest of her sister. Bush Hall. Spnc Three Weeks R ETURNING to Trinidad by HWIA. rostardaj afternoon %  atari lea BUM k-tt *>,*. had been spending three weeks >n the island. •Mr. Btaekatt, son t.f the iat> lUv .ml Mrs. Rlaekett of St. Juries. St. George, has been living in San Fernando for the last five ye.irs litw.i the K uest of Mi. and Mrs. U. King, of Fair Am-;. Chapel Stre*t, St. Peter. To Reside Here D K WILLIAM A. SUGARS, Dental Surgeon of Canada. II ihe island on Thursday laal by T.C.A. with his wife and four child ten. Dr. Sugars who practised in Montreal was a memIKT of the Canadian Corps serving m (he war overseas where he attained the rank of Major. Dr. Sugars ha* now -eside in Barbados at Maxwells Coast Christ Church. ^^Ao STARS' FOR TUESDAY. Al'Ql ST l. 1SS2 ^ Look in the section in which^ jauir birtliday come* and T And what your outlook is. according t %  the ars ^ Don't put yourself in compromising posiABIBS HOD tbroufh thoughtlessness. The dlplo4C March tl— Arll 90m.it ..: ..,>. so be extra care^ ful and you will rtally achieve. "^ TAVBrja Very dellnite trem to assist you in business &f April 91—May 90 transactions if ycj are alert, open to cooperation from right sources. Your basic plans are truly right aV • * Sell your personality but not In too force. ful a manner this mixed period. Influences af* predict generous po^slblliUes from regular activities Romance favoured. * + May take a few hours to get started iipie Looked for a Home OBHDn May 21—JOD* 21 CANCER Jans 29—July 23 when yo hcadw LEO July 24-Ag 99 &f vimoo Aug. 93-Eept 2.1 gress in ^ Sept W Oct. BOORFIO Oct. 84—Kov. 9S BAOlTTAUTJa Nov. 23—Dec. 29 lA&tpning Hours 11..., I* W M I u pm TW Nwi. 4 10 p m The • 115pm N> Roril. "0 pm CrtcKvl. I IS p m B n C •Ulllh Ortham*. SOS pm Ul*tvr klsaaft. Illpm HNI The Common WMIIH. 4 p m Sport* r.. amsse r-rd. IN p m The N**.. N i' m H .M" News r,„„. ntii.m U — I.M p.M VMM 1IMM 7 13 | "ltlrr. I I'ortmi I-: I., ,; | IStsaei aa Radio Nnw.tnl. 8 je II. i-.il IIIMI llrilaln R 45 p m |.iU-rl-..de. I U p in rrom The Edllorlil* 00 p It, Ml Under The Clock. 10 SO l> *n The N'-. ID 10 p m N-.. T-lk. IIS p m Wp(o.d V.ughan Thomi Talkint. 10 p m Ffom Ihe Thud Pragi BsssM Sucond Visit I EAVING the isl.md on Wednesday for a short holiday in St. Lucia nH hUss LoiU CrlchlOW, Assistiml teacher of i iall Mixed School. She win ithe ptisM a| aba, tra Ashby. Assistant teacher of the Castries Anglieaa School. This and vi.*il lo that colony. High Tension T HE superintendent of a new Hpartment house had lo erect two posts for TV antennaa on the roof of his building. One of In* posts was sis feet high and the other four feet high. In order to make them secure, he ran a wire from the top of each to the base of the other. How high from the toof was the point of intersection of ths two wires, supposing that the I Ki.d s at their bases were 10 feet apart? How much higher or lower would this point of Interaaettoa have been If the posts had been 13 feet apart? -p?j*|d i BY THE WA\ ... ".> %  "-"•*•••-'-'• ^r":z ::xi-it;^^^"st >lnb* t sn| a puw %r, |ml>J •M i.'ihini uf Itir iigvn H i. n'iio buys sugar from an Arabian grocer, and complains of sand, is expecting too much. (Arab provorb.) A T a f.'le in :. West Country ^ vi.laue, near which Captain Foulenough was slaying, it was announced that free IStrashmantS would be offered to children. This raised many hopes, and among them those of an oddlooking child who prowled rounrl Ins ran i nn aant tent, waiting for some kind urown-up lo take notice of him. A lady renowned for her charitable works approached lo| little waif, nnd said gently. "What would you like, you deal little reUowr** A I. %  ikkle doublO Scotch, plaasa, kind lao>," rapllad His child in a selfassured voice. "Oh. dear, cried tinlady, "so youni and already so depraved: HUM old are you you poor little thiiiK"" 'Fiftytwo." roared the child, thiowirr; aside all caution in his longing ta n anea. The lady nilnted. Poritul pirci' His new rirrsie* ore Reoenen aboi'C fh.midrifj and Earl;, Victoria* from the u-siil d'MC". Ill /msniiif; IF the Zoo follow?) the example I of the museums, and cuts down itstaff. Indian student" will begin to steal elephants for their sweathi who asDUad prefer cho-olntes An tailing girl was recently given an elephant by her Indian admirer. Before she had dcatdod when to hide it (her Victorian father navlai forbidden her to accept eleplianls from men) tho house was besieged hy pianoforte manufacturers and %  1. lliard-ball makers, who wanle;!, t-> buy Uta rusu. Life is always Ion that. H i'tli'in u/ ih>fang n. %  calls a tail ftsaarj a small giant is eitlwr a mau of singular rifi'irmrnt or a bat" >. unm T (Persian proverbt. Pour liUU i*if A NOVELIST who was whining hecause he had not l>eii asked to a literary party Vraf obviously MihVruiii from a nervous disease prevalent among writers ..ml publishers. One n( the cures Is known as pouring foyte on Uoubisd novelists. Con.trui Ihi 1 thought A SPOKESMAN (In loUCb etc.) says that bos I ills interfere with television tenption. IPd that therefore CORduotors should )<• flyan huntinghorns. If bicycle bells interfere with n %  i etnat) cyclist should carry :\ liohn and f Iha knock interrupts the radio programme give him a trombone, Are we not ,i mustcal Ml |i-l ia "Ji"i"i l>p pu" X|d|i|nn :a|i CROSSWORD i — — • 1 •3 | %  1 5 %  C ... .o /' get into high gar you can make Concentrate your efforts to get % muimun benefits. • • • -. f^ok for encouragement and possibly help "r from unexpected sources. Uve-and-letlive, give-:md-take and you wont have too much contention or won v aV * Fine gainr. to Be made If you think twice baflDn acting or speaking. Employ well ^ of deduction. Extra proincial undertakings. * * Suggest ,i check on past performances. Study what you did. then attack problems with improved methods ai d fresh -confidence Keep trying. IA, * With clear vision and cheerful disposition you mav muke this a very good day. T;ike on tasks like a true Scorpio native • • • Aspects rate high personal affairs, business Jo/ close to you and your family. Your day should wind up successfully. Heart Interests favoured. JfeBt0| IB BflttftUi B work, general business. science, civic and charity matters. Jf> in achieve with astute management II have tn watch your disposition. • • loiuum B* cautious with money, nlgninj papr. t.r ii r.!. on v "'ual>le. Donl low throu|h cmkunM. "* ~ "" %  Consult ciders, superiors, or younm S> people wlio also know. Avoid a hlt-andmlss nttitudc • • • s> By having a cal.-ulatlng eye for the future (this stimulating dav vou should come upon line advantage-, Tend to all necessary Jfr matters early. ^C YOU BORN TO-DAY You Leoites are leaders, salesmen, make excellent doctors, teachers, public speakers, actors jL Are usually cheerful, fun-loving companions. Beware of 1m£ posters Don't spend hard earned money foolishly; don't fall for *~ flattery or scheme*. Birthdalc of: Orville Wright, pioneer in a. aviation; Bernard Baruch. philosopher, financier; Colleen w Moore, actress ^ U. + + + + + )f}f3 f Rupert's Spring Ad venture-11 0AFBU00RN Dec. 23 -Jan. 21 y !" but PISCES rb. 21—March S — He Found His Pre-ej B AX react -WELL." said Chirplt Sparrow t" Knarf and llanid. V %  •rlU the turned-alv'wt I guess I'm going to awn Itkaf is beginning to turn cold again and 1 need a new home "I thought, Chirpie." said Hanid. "that you liked your neit in the slm /re." "I SS draughty." said Chirpls. "A SMW la fine for the summertime. But when the winter ccmen. I need something urongcr For instance," he said the nest moment. "1 could use a garsgs." "A garage)" exclaimed Knarf. "A brokn garage." said Chirpie. la a liarage At this both Knarf and Hanid exclaimed in surprise. For Chirpie to live in a garage seemed strange enough. But for him to want to live in a broken garage seemed even • at aar "This is what I mran." Chirpie finally said "I'd like to nnd a garage or a barn, or a house %  with :i little bit ol the corner ot th roof btnlSS off; just enough broken off fit me to squceic in Then I'd move riffhl In and live there. % % %  snug as a liuy. tin the lest ol tfe snatS*. "Hoi I'm not partnoln. llnrpie are at on "If I could Hud m chimney with one of the bricks l.-nne. I'd just I %  %  %  ••on mu*r H HWf CklatSSBfl •• ft. e for the wintertime." "Hut you'd gel full of smoW and .not." said Hanid. "Smoke and soot, my dear, are belter thnn wind and snow Or." he said. "I'd live in some nice so ll ea tree if there wasn t a squirrel or an owl living there already. Or I'd live in an old shed." "I've got a wonderful Idea," Knarr said. "It's just the place for you to live. It's warm. There's plenty of room. And you'd get sceili and water every day." "That sounds tme," uld Chirpie. "You'd even get warm water for a bath. And you'd have the company of another bird—a bird who sang all day long." CMrals was very eager to know where this wonderful place was. "In the canary cage," aniwered •*rl f One Too Draughty — FLY PAA Chirpie shook his head st once. "In a cage* No—thanks." "But you'd like it very much. The people who live In the house would liks It very much. So would the canary." Chirpie kept shaking his head. "A cage is all right for a canary. It's not all right for me. I'm very aorry." Then Hanid aald: "| have another %  iondfrful idea, Chirpie. And it has nothing lo do with cages." "That's good." said Chirpie. Plawars Bioesa "I know a place where you wouldn't have any winter at all The • un shines every day. The flow in i>lnom. And you'd find all your summer-friends there, too—the rooina, the larks, the thrushes, the swallows, the wren* and lota of others. I'm sure you'd like It," "Where Is this place you're thinking of ?*' asked Chirpie. "Down south." said Hanid. For a moment Chirpie seemed to hesitate, then he shook his head again. "But you don't understand," he aaid. "I like the winter. I like the snow. 1 even like the cold. I don't want to go away. 1 Just want a plnre where I can be snug and warm at night. People don't mind the winter. They enjoy iL So do I. Ill find a place. I'll find a place. . ." And off he flew, chirping cheerfully, across the brown meadow. The bud.fi iht Rupert hi* r*j(hed eiend lor s Ions wiy in c tevtril diremoni. Still being t .'JUIIOUI he enivri them jnd keep* t thjrp look'Out, Thu un 1 m u ,-h aood." he think*. ••Unleti 1 fin her oi we toinethtna ot thi dugon. I nuy not be folloin| nu clean %  bttle (ultra dim acton i oi him. "Why, it'l *Mu"i cou.m. Willie," he tin. "Hi. Willie, whit'a the miner ? Willie nop* and at firu ii too breathleia to iptak. (.1 III TO-DAY 3 SHOWS 1.30. 5 & 130 I'M .Sf'.lffl.UOf 1 HE Stewart C.HANC.EH Janet LEIOH Henry WILt OXON Ak the Thouunds who have seen thi Wonderful Motion rirture. Z ReeU of Clorlou. Sword n.:lu,n, Pit. 2te. House c Bal. 72e. Box SI SO i Price House ABal. L.VI p m. 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WHAT'S ON lODAr
Clerk Sentenced To Die For
Inciting Riots In Egypt
BODY OF EVA PERON DRAWN THROUGH BUENOS AIRES
Severe Penalty For
Tra itors Prom ised
CAIRO, Aup. 18.
Mustafa Khamis. a VOUflg clerk was sentenced to death
by hanging by the military court today for inciting the
i lots which wrecked the Miar textile mills at Kafr El Dewar,
north of Alexandria.
As sentence was announced to the workers in the
factory courtyard, r
Naguih. Commander in Chief, wai ned th.it 11 I
would do away with all
Captain A'->* Naeaar i eproaenllng the General's head-
quarters read ihe statemtM.t. which declared
contemplating the creation of disorder, or standing in the
way of reform, will be fPQlBilaogl;
sentence".
Kliamis the first lu i*- senten-
ced) of 29 oil trial following the
, taken to the Hadra civil
prison In Alexandria. The m'li-
Utry court to-day asked Dl H ' '
Akikim. former Chief at the* Royal
rain net. to explain hi
visit" to the textile mill before
the riots hrokr out.
Mill's Manager Arrested
Mohammed Gamal, the mill
managing director, who gave cv:
dance yesterday was arrested
curing the night. Egyp*'
met today to discuss the land re-
form plan pui forward by Gen-
eral Nnguib last week and**
which land ownership would b
limited to ZOO acres, and large
estates would be sold to lands**!
peasants.
At the three-hour meeting weie
Prim* Mnlftar Al.v Maher, Gen-
eral Naguib. two members of the
Kcgency Council B^neddin
Bi.rakat and Colonel Rashad Me-
hanna Dr. Abdel Razxal El
Sanhury. the President of the
State Council or Supreme Court.
Solim Hafe*. Vice President of
the State Council Abdel Guebi
Kl Emary. Minister or Finance
and Zoheir r.arran. Minister of
Social Affairs. Aly Manor said that
the sub-committee would reporl
n Wednesday on the implement-
ation plan,
Naguib told officers and men of
the artillery and entft-alfcrafl
batteries that the <.plktting up of
large estntv* was "not Commun-
ism but social Justice." We take
from those who have plenty to
Slvi m ih"se who have nothing,
not usurping .uivthinK,
but n. .-.tmpeusatlng for it. Nor
are we giving it awav to landless
|llabeea (peasant) We are
It U) them."
He added "those who posses*
huge fortunesand I do not mean
all tho rich, but only those who
oppose reformsare seeking with
their lackeys to l*opBrd[T our
movement."
t arouk has Museum Pieces
The Egyptian Foreign Minis-
try spokesman said loday thai
acceptance yesterday of creden-
tials from the British Ambassador
Sir Ralph Stevenson, gjjiaaaail to
"King Ahmed Fuad II" repre-
sented only a temporary solu-
tion" of the knottv problem of the
protocol. Thi Egyptian govern-
ment has been insisting mat the
credentials of diplomatic envoys
bo addressed to the "King of
Egypt and the Sudan". The
spokesman said that Sir Ralph's
credentials "did not stop Egypt
from continuing to demand from
Britain and other countries the
recognition title as the King of
Egypt and the Sudan",
The Education Ministry report-
ed today that many of, the 2!* 000
pieces of Egyptian antiquities re-
ported missing from the Cairo
museum, had been found at ex-
King Farouk's Abdin palace in
Cairo. The Ministry added that
history textbooks on modern
Egypt will h| i cvised by a com-
mittee appointed by the Minister
*>
U.S .Favours
Security For
Philippines
By LESLIE KAYMONII
WASHINGTON. Aug. 18
|
on Monday tnui the Department
eeeplive' lo Philippine
about .i widi
i ai among thi
pirns of the Pacific. He asserted
t in led States has con-
sistently favoured such a secur-
ity arrangement, provided that it
developed spontaneously from
among the free Asian nations
without being frittered bv the
The Philippine Ambassador
Carlos Rormilo recently discussed
in 'irticials here a Pacific de-
fence hlo, wider than the current
Anzus Council comprising tha
Btatae, Australia, and New
Zealand. An American spokes-
man observed, however, that the
materialisation of such a plan
would -.till require 'much tune
and thought",
Because Of Ihe complcxiU 'it
wider Pacific defence pact, he
added, "the State De|
welcomes any preliminary dlscus-
etooa. But the official warned
.h:i< the recent meeting l>et\veen
Ro.nulo and Secretary of Slate
Dean Aeheson "Should not be
considered as a formal i i
fa las on ich i scheme."
He acknowledged that during
the hour long t dn, hi presented
his counti ;| Pacific
Union def nee syftem sponsored
ba Hnl i Klpidio
Qunin.i Re said "never!
Qtl
action."
I'.P
WIN-s TON rill Rt HILL
Churchill
Calls Special
Cabinet Talks
U>MTX>N. Aug. IB
Churchill scheduled for Wu
nesday his second extrsorrtirtn
Cabinet session in two weak* lb
discus* Hit explosive situation in
Anglo- American differ-
ence* on how to remedy R. It is
onderatood thai North American
pressure prompted Churchill to
call for the second review of tho
Iranian problem.
nirtercii.
between Britain
and the United States over a aol-
ley toward Premier Mossadegh of
11 an and difficulties between Lon-
don and Teheran held up
British action on the latest offer
tions. The final decision by ths
Cabinet however, may be post-
poned until Foreign Secretarv
stden returns from his honey-
moon in Portugal next week.
C.F.
Palace Of
Maharajah
Auctioned
SANTA MAHIA. Au
The $500,000 fortraas n
dull b> the Maharajah of IIM
ir. >"4i t<> proteot hie mi*.
Pnncws daughter from
' peri, was auctioned on Sund*>
for (40.500 to A'r For. v ijl
1 Edward Hall. .. rancher hen'
| The home was sold by th? Ma-
'iara)ah" divorced wife Mr- Mar.

1 .ieo in I9S: aOar *Be nursed hm
luring :: -erloiis
r ; thM
'ormer l,os Angeles nDJ
he house and the custody of tin
girl L'sha whom she adoptee
i'sha, 1", was educated here and
.n Laguna Beach and in BOW School. Mrs. Holkar. who
Maharanee once helped her hus-
band in ruling over 3.1KKMW
persons in Indore said that she
?gretted leaving, but was told
hy her doctors lo seek a dn
rlimat*-.U-F.
DOCTOR DIES TRYING
TO SAVE DAUGHTER
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 16.
Doctor F Barrow, Trinidad
practitioner. was drowned a'.
Hera while trying to save his
daughter from drowning nt Mate-
lot fishing hamlet, 80 miles from
Po:!-i,f-Spain. His daughter was
eventually saved iCP)
New Buildings In
Port Royal Opened
Kingston. ja.. Aug. n.
For the fourth time in Its
henuered history Port Royal at
he Up of Palisadoes entrance to
Kingston Harbour is being rebuilt
block of new building--
vas opened this afternoon by th<-
Covernor in a colourful rercmonv
>ttended by thousands
Port Royal, railed the wicked-
est and one of the richest ciUe-
pf the world in the time of th.
I'ucraneer Morgan, and now
"s-hlng village, was almost eom-
letefa test roved for the third
lime by the hurricane of INI.
Government has given 40.000
towards rebuilding it and a band
I nii/uis calling themselves Th.-
f'.rulhcrhuod. have prepared plan-.
ror complete rehabilitation of the
lown.KP)
Seaman (lomnu'iiN
On Oonfinement
In Russian Prison
STOCKHOLM. Aug. ll.
A British seaman released list
veek from a Russian prison des-
-rlbed on Mondav the 'occasional
;hou at night and acreams" that
e heard during his sir month>
ontlnemen'. Stanley irenntn,
27, jailed after a brawl with
Russian In the Port of Klaipeda
ll resting here awaiting a i>as*aui-
baeh to Britain.
Brennen. who lost 18 poun.i
during confinement in Moscow
Butyrski Prison, said there %res
enough food, but m> stomach
could not hold it I never got agg>
or meat, almost always cabbage
soup.
"He said that he was treated
well, although he got little or Be
exercise He said that once win q
he lost cigarette paper In the
prison yard he was threatened
with confinement In the penalty
rHI Brenner said that the screen.s
he heard on three occarions "pre-
sumably came from fellow In-
mates." He said "I -a ill age)
again go back to Russia."1J.F.
IKE PRESENTS PLANS FOR PEACE
Russia, Red China
Begin Discussions
MOSCOW. Au 18.
Talks expected to lead to closer ties between Soviet
Russia and Communist Chin i are d,ue to begin here almost
immediately. The Chinese delegationa strong Govern-
men*. mission headed by Prime Minister Chou En Lai
arrived here yesterday.
The talks are expected to range widely over financial.
industrial, military and foreign policies of Ihe two countries
and to implement the Sino-Roviet Mutual Aid Pact signed
in Moscow more than two years ago.
_________ __________________ As this pact is directed against
revival Ol uggression on the
paM of Japan or any staK
ifcsoeiated with her. and us both
Russia and Communist China
have denounced the Western
P'lwers' separate peace treaty
vith Japan as "an instrument of
".ir'.ll teems certain than Bstjf
i! oacr Sino-Soviet alliance would
i dtreeted against the activities
of the Western Powers in Asia.
I'm Lai's visit appears to
prepare for a Joint Smo-Soviei
dipkMnetk "ffen^ivc pact O.F.
Kgypiian Land
Reform Might Have
Drastic Results
WASHINGTON. Aug IB.
The "Evening Star" said in an
editorial on Monday that the
EgTOttaa land reform programme
.ght be so drastic that It could
to the normal production
M the land It commented that
'he land prohlrm which Is being
attacked both in Egypt and Iran
i' the fundamental source of so-
ial and ernnomlr trouble in those
.Sinu-Kugsian Talks
May Be "Itoutint'"
Conference
WASHINGTON. Aug. 18.
State Department spokesman
Michael McDcrmott aald on Moq-
da> that the current meeting be-
tween Russian and Chinese Com-
munists leaders In Moscow might
well be a "routine'1 conference ol
the two nations bound by treaty
iclatiomthips. McDennott said
that the State Department had no
foreknowledge of the event, and
that It would await development'
before commenting.
The Chinese Communist Prem-
ier Chou En Lai and a large par^
of aides arrived in Moscow on
Sunday for what appeared to be
a big scale meeting with Soviet
leaders "It Is to be expected that
the meetings of the representa-
tives of two countries which have
tresty relationships should occur
from time to time" MeDermott
.' '. I reporters when queried ahout
the possible significance of the
event.I'.P
l*roof Of Hydrogen
{In Space Important
Discover)
SYDNEY. Aug m
Radio scientists on Mondav
i ^scribed the rsceni proof tha
the space in Universe contained
1- vdrogan aa "one # the moot im
lortant discoveries In "sironom
ef diia century"
A meeting of international
denUgta at Sydne, < -
s:nd on Monday that It had tus
pected for many years that thero
waa hydrogen between the star
The Radio Scientists said tha-
peee between the stars had been
1 roved beyond dispute to contain
B .drogen colder than 300 degree.
f ihrenheit below rero
I'.P
IN HIS FIRST MAJOB SP1ECM
a 10-polnt program fur lasting pea
ail. aad loyalty to Federal service
M *as nominated. Gen. Dwlght D.
. meat of the Veterans of
*OP Presidri>:ial canaidate outlined
re, honest government, equality for
untrl
It said "the Egyptian attack
upon land concentrations would
e.nropriaW all private farming
lands above th<- 300 acre limit.
face it appears to be a
drastic and over simple solution,
that might break up some of the
big fortunes, but might also Jeo-
pardlzc the normal production of
the landa result that would be
rr.i-.ii damaging to Egyptlsn econ-
omy" -IT
Former Jewish
Official Buried
MTJNICH, Aug 18.
Philip Auerbach former Jewish
leader, who committed suicide on
Saturday by taking an overdose
of sleeping tablets, was buried in
a Jewish cemetery here on Mon-
day. About 200 mourners acorn-
paoied the funeral processior
through the streets from the 8yna-
Cue where Auerbach's body has
i in state since Sunday
Auerbach was sontanccc. by
German court las* Ttusnlay
two and a half yaars Imprisonment
and a 2.700 marks < irregular (ties. Some mourner*
(earned banners Inscribed "Down
with Nazi trier fa reference to
the famous French trial early thi:
century). "Down with the Nazi
trial judge'" and "Josef Murll'
are vou satisfied now?" Muell
wss fired from his Job as Minister
of Justice during the trial.Cr.
THI CASKIT CONTAINING
lu Buenos Alnti to the E
The):, If
A King Visits
The Nun)
WAkVUMtitON Aug. .b.
-Kvciilei.il >..il old King Feua
of Iraq on jl......
_ niled Status, Nuval Acad.iny o\
icirby Annapolia, Maryland i"
ie was wclcumed by thi
ndeni, Vi. AdgaM C, Turaei
ley. The young nu i
ly a 21 gun salute and lnspe*-Ku
in honour guard of 0k
iUtcs marines. Feisal and his
illlclal party wore taken to ttu
Chaps-1 wMri tr .
flawed Hi.- crypt ill John Paul
i Down as Hi, fatha i jl
he United Slate.
From there feisal waa taken i
i.i ,n ,in.Kici Munner> d>
,, i
jfitrullnii (i On ih
*ay to Q-ini \>*
.icademy building Ihe King in
hast tradition of Ihe naval
iy threw penniei /or in
mat of Red I'i'ii in Chlei Teetun*
" At naneroft Ilnll K
i| inspecl'H v 'i
lisplay and ti>ok the "march
,nst" of Bfsproxlraately i.noo mid
I BO :ir<> .it thi
luring summer months.
Follnwing the noon I
Feiai w;is Introduced '< Mid
%hlpman BlK-rt I,. Watklns. fourth
l lass regimental commando I
ikl;ih>ma City. Oklahim
nns took the young King to the
Midshipmen'-, mess hall where
r. illned with futtii
fTlrera.
Feisal said he nU '*ejutta Im-
irewed" \.IUi U>
nd 'howed keen Interest in lln
mlldlngs. trophic and equip
ment. The Royal visit to Anna-
Mill endert nt 7 %n when (he Kin
nd his i back '
Washington !1.
idemv it t p.n V P.
BRITAIN WANTS CUT
IN PRICE OF BACON
COPENHAGEN, Aug, 18.
The British demand for 15 per
rent cut Ir Danish bacon price*
reused a breakdown in List w-ek\
I-ondon talks, the newspaper Ber-
linpskf AfteiiAPis sajd >'
The Danish representative!, u
he talks who returned home last
night refused to comment on th
report Th.- Brtttsh di-legata are
enpected here on August 20 to re-
sume the talk1 hut the Dani*h
igate* said that they would
tmm the pr-Ktucers be-
thev inel th.- ItrttonsFJ.F.
of Eva Peron Is carried on a gun aj nige from the I^bor Ministry
:,'tj in Argentina's Capitol. Pulling I ie carriage are 45 workers from
Sfhlctl forms (he pulitical power of t if regime. President Juan Perun
Bfialg, in Ihe kolenui proces on. (lafrrnarional ffndiop'iofo)
More Inflation
In U.K. Likely
Ia>N1X)N rVu l
Thie.its mI lintliei UtflstttOfi .n>i eeoojorelc hardslm
bunfl Dveji Hiil.im ami Franc last week, but most of tin
rest ii Western Kurope kept well on the roed t., recovei y
.I.; by 9.00(1.000 B ttish workers thieateued thi
Coneervetive Governmeni Hi g to hold deerti prlci
t< p up enorti
hi l-i hi ii 'Ir..,Miiy warned that if all the exiftUllj
Ni. ,,r irinted In Kill, tht reeeontble Ii"|h' ol stabh
Queen WU1
VicI Mrfims
Of Flood


ntful ri
Er I -
ug> 1"
n or, the
Ks] njm
squads
, ud "' which 1.1 dead
ind 2* oeo|4e
' mieetng en listed
t tea
i ,'i: ...
ll the disaster
reeort and other
became
i-iwarr Loday. but Imal an
no that i' ira of des-

fa fortnight
The damage - enpej'ed to reach
least one million tiding
h an estimate .f 2ii.oofi
walla alone
.
-' ti path la victim.
i night, and
I ikt of f-hnburgh will join thOH-
"
ikiiiH relief con-
l ibuttons. The royal rouile wiH

I Ainebad by the two l^ird Ueulen-
n counties*arl
i p .iton nf Somi
lothing, houaehoid goods
girts, .md consigaments
< f quick-drying cement today
II red into the disaster area
. nt* nno
lei keepen with both businesses
ii ruin.-, inspscted their
Ihi lageil iit wrecked premises.
') l< iltng waters
|d |
ind i-hirkens were
i iw Of them
U's from | uMiyards.
M.cMlllan will visit thi
ifei with
local representatives on whal
ii the National flovr-rnment can
vide It. r
price
i hi me will hiive to I" abandoned
I I lltu lal
|ba i wage demands during l!i I
, ,t few anth
controlling Us
i indatuxi. and in holdII
...
Q) J.oou.-
i' 'I Itntlh Industrial workers
thai i i.
img 2 srOOJU) pA) bOOM wi

but scat
JuiiiuH*a (si-anls
T.\ Qoflsst&MtoiM
To Industrie*
KI\.;STON. J. Aug. 16.
Substantial concessions by way
I relief from Income t.ix will be
rented to new and alrendv gadflt-
ng Industries by a bill being
rafted RM "iirouragement of
I'll.'II-
the providons of the Hill ** strikei are conaidered prob
ndii^tiies will reielve
10-yeoff t.ix holiday beginning
January next, gad recognised In-
ut holiday of five out
ng on the I
i ere di i fared "
Industrie
Die
if wage
Price Of Cold
Risen In France
PARIS. Aug. IB
'In. pric ill gold imd foreign
banknotes i mbed lo their hlgli-
peon n somi ntorJthi here
te-dar, iintish pound notes on
B black market rose to 1.025
net, the highest since the end
April, and 25 francs more than ,
'. week
ITtdted Btetei dollar nisM wer
ugains'
'. at the end of last week
On the free gold m.iik,'
logram fine gold ingot jumped
K thousand fruncs. In unofficial
idlng later It was lietng sought
high m 5,2)12.000 franc* These
Iwsre the >est prices ainee April
The irnewed advances were
I -nerally attributed to report-:
I Sftiueing the posslbllit ,,f
fur gotd
he French budget.
nog trend of fo
-U.P.
Uhi-nery .\4rliiif
Ah Puisne Jl*4ge
i LorGMp, Mi j. w.
Of ih,. Cnurf
l peal has been Bppolnted lo ut I
I'm mi' ludgi 'ii' quenl upoh
ire "t HI i.,.nuhip M
<. i. w Taylor, for Kngland.
M' a i Kane h.-n u acting
i
:.t ii a t.Iiim. Judg.- .,f th,
i v i>'i>f Cburl
Prominent School
Teacher Dies
In Grennjfla
GRENADA. Aug. i
James Wilson Allette, 50. proin-
n ut |iiimnr> senool teacher for a
il vears and former
Union ..fflci.il as well as
Bl Ii. (mi n.idj
I .tuvens' Association, died last
Colunj Hospital. It*
.n irtnMs.
H lol S, h....i Mi waa ne of the
Heel of Oronada student teach-
,1 Ihe Rawle Institute.
Barbados. There was a large at-
idanco at St. George's Anglican
Church this afternoon. Hi*, wife
led last year during a visit to
rnnidad. Six young children are
Explorer Safe
IT MARTIN CAVERN. Prance.
Aug. 18.
.urvivor of the enve-
Hinting I'xtiedttifin which ended ir
hragedy reached the surface safeb
.i tlnal ceremon> hotV*
lUrlni dead explorer Marcel I-ou-
The rnlsing of Dr Andr-
Malre by a winch from the bottom
.f the 1,100 fo.t vertical abyss
marked the end of six days of
ni. "t.vity when windlasi;
.able soapped and plunged Lou-
hens 120 feet onto lagged rocks.
He died of injuries S hour* Inter
P.P.
Iranian Land Reform
Goes Into Operation
By JDMEPH 1AZANDI
TKHKKAN Auk IH-
Premier Moiiamrni'; ordered Ins agrarian
reform plan thrown into hi/ Monday, and wurnctl
Governor^ and gheiiffa il.i il a lack
of en M|M'Mtiiri erould iiiiiic ii turn digmietel Moegedegri
instructed the Inter | ll
coverinK the reform scheme Village OOtinoUg to nuide the
(iroKramnu- are t<> be i-stablished imme ana inerlffi have IS da) itton or
else Im- booted out oi Governmeni lervtao
Meanwhile the Cxech trad"
Fowl Fin- Flartt*
I f> In Hiviera Area
delegation Intslelk
the new aeonoo k
tween Ihe two countries Its teimj
e not II .
mdepandenl evening
"Bterat" prcdicu-d thai ones
hritain and Iran settle their dtlTl-
ultles over oil nationalization.
I friendship pact
to end the teusi -
months The newspaper said that
Mossadegh was now
that the <>-l crisis would soor
solved

i prepaciiiR for new- |
th- dggput) but added that
it win*! ;ire-re<|ul-
it "n the employment i
ina to run tho govern-
ment-owned Ind i
ly. Iran must not be under obli-
gation to sell rn'i oil to one par-
ticular custom*-! l P
l-KANCE. Aug- IB
. wind to-
.. the worst forest
ten
fl. mes undei .ontiol. sent out
:
Flames resort
tha pott'Ty een-
made amous
Pablo rtraanx
h HsfH
r
Vntlb.
With bur'
moil animunlt:' |
I I
'///av/awa'/aw/, ',*.'*--', ;;','.',:*,; .;:',:;::'.*s-**'
WINK can give
so miit'li pleasure lu
din in- iiinl enlertainiiii:
-- hut It isn't .my mure
unpliciiieil ihiin servluej
lea or coffee.
QUALITY
DISTINCTION
FLAVOUR
Tr\ servinu Sherr>- to your ^:ul-^l^
before rMnner slightly chilled And
.mIi! ihis K W.V. Paarl In your soups
and oiher Cood for a new and distinct
flavour Yu will be delighted with
the results!
K.W.V.
" Jhs Win* og Oil Jims "
K \ Shin) llr.iiidy. and Table Mm
v.-//..v,v.'^gWIOWWWWQWWW


PACK TWO
RARRUMI- M)V( Ml
TIT.SDAY. AUGUST 19 IMJ
QaJub Calling
M
H w M
.
x
II W.I.A. to
ig of UH Itegion-
jil laboui Board which .ippiwd
'igs House
h p of Sir
CompUOMC tor
1) vclop.
.. guest at the
i< 4el
ARnivr- Island o
,iav by the C M s.
.. l*o wu Ma)or E. H. A
; jbour CommiM*onr of
St K .. Major Grell is attend-
hird meeting M the
Rcgtonul Labour Board wMBh
opened ye-derdny al HS
House under the Chaim
Su George Seel. KIAI.C, Comp-
troller for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies.
\U)in Grell is a. guest at Hotel
Royal.

Zatoprk."
Labour Officer Returns
Mil IHA SIMMONS, Labour
Officer Off St Lu
home on Sunday b> B.W
*pendinf a few days on holiday
as a guest at Crystal Waters,
Worthing.
Mr. Simmon.- a cousin ol Hi
Simmons-Howe! I of
dale" Hastings, arrived INN lasl

England where he had attended
n three-month course In labour
relations attached to the lUnlstn
of Labour's Staff Training Centre
in I-ondon.
Back Homr
RETURNING home hy the
C.N.S. I.'idy Nelson on
Satiirdiv was Rev. A. E. Slm-
m !<''"' "( Si John's Parish.
n* Bii < Ddiiii thraa
months vacation In Babo nw i,
Paid Third Vi.il
AFTER spending t"
holiday here Miss Uargol
Lagalder* returned to Trinidad
pvenlng bj M W I A
Mis* l..igaderri is an employee of
the Control Board. Port-Of> Spall
and was a guest at "Sloneycrr.fr'
Worthing.
For Children
ARRIWia l i 4ony dur-
veek from Hi-w
York waj Mr-.. Jimm) Cozier the
former Mis-. "Curly" H
S: Uwflbca flap. Mrs. Cozier
In the U s.A.
for the past two years and has
come lo take buck her two child-
ren with her Stir will !* re*
maining in the Island for a few
weeks as the guest of her mother.
Spent A Year
MR. HAROLD I SMITH tl
of Mi. .1. w Smith "i
Hitd.nt". Rouen leaves tne
oalons "I"'!"1" by B.W.I.A tot
Puerto Rft *J to New
forh
Mr. Smith, an old Comber-
sras pandtasj year's
holiday lieie with his uwrcnts. To
his many friends he say* nu
Spent Two Weeks
LEAVING the island on Satur-
day night by the Lady
Nelson for Trinidad wag Wig
Nora Cherrie who has been
upending twt> week*' v.uatirwi in
ihirrie Is em-
ployed with the Government
BSMscaJ Stores of Dispensers.
Sin- MnM a guest at Stoneyrmft.
Worthing.
First Visit
A-
by tin' Lady Nalsaa on
kUaa l*ah
ho -irrived here
for a short holiday ID
p ad arttl
Trinidad
-
guest at Stoneycroft, Worthing.
Iit-i llrst visit hete.
On Business
MR. c C CBADDERTON,
Buperlntan4ent Manager ot
mk liachbsa Co.
-tl r,: rrtnldad on Bundaj bj
,1 W I A 00 I husinesx visit.
With Siner Machine Co.
j|H AND MRS VICTOR
fl WARD Who ere spending
ii holiday in Barbados. rsAumsn
t" Trinidad over the wevk-i-tirt
by B.W.I .' Il Ward is
mployad arftn ths s nger Saw-
ing Machine Co
Off To St. Lucia
LEAVIM. fa W Lucia on
Sunday tfl r.W.I.A. was Mr.
RftlaU of the tlrm "f
D M" Simpson

in the intere t i f his firm.
Fourth Visit
PAVING their fourlh visit to
Barbados arc Mr. and Mrs.
Fitz Gerald Laurence of Brook-
lyn. New York. They arrived
litre earlier in the month for
thro* and half weeks* holidn-
rnkh thay ae spending as guests
,,{ the Cusnuipoht.ii Guesl ll"u '
Mr. Laurence Is I buataasamti
in Itrooklyn while his wife Is a
school teacher attached to Public
School .14.
Farewell Party
ON Saturday evening Mi
L Stuart's School <>f Danc-
ing hold nuvwoU party at
"Norham", Tweedslde Road In
honour of Mill Gloria Ramsey
MM) Mr Corirlc 1'hillips formerly
members of the School.
Gloria will be leaving the
Island shortly for Enghind where
he will OO nursing. Cadrk who
will be ramefnbared by (he
mu :. loving puotle will pro sod
to Canada to further fa
in Musk "Because I've lost my
Love" composition and lyi n 0J
Codric was liiven to Mis. Stuart
and will he used 01 "lle*U0rj0 1952.".
Car*b loins in wishing then all
their undertakings.
Four Weeks
I SAVING Tie island over the
-end by B.W.I.A. were
.' Peirwell
1 Bftst Church and her
daughter Mrs 1. Roach who .*iave
gone to spend about four weeks'
Tiinidad und Tobago.
Son And Heir
A SON was born to Capt. and
Mrs. Pat Duke on August
KUBWMt Gold Coast. This
ri child and Mrs. Duke
was formerly Miss Joan Toppln.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. L. L.
Belleville. St. Michael.
Mother and babe are going fine.
After Thirteen Ysars
MDM at G MAYNARD :>
iduU who has been
living in Brazil for the last thir-
teen years arrived here on Thurs-
day last l>y T.C.A. for two week.-;'
Miss Maynard is a mis-
sionary in Brazil and during her
"hort stay here she will be the
guest of her sister. Bush Hall.
Spnc Three Weeks
RETURNING to Trinidad by
hwia. rostardaj afternoon
atari lea Bum k-tt *>,*.
had been spending three weeks
>n the island.
Mr. Btaekatt, son t.f the iat>
lUv .ml Mrs. Rlaekett of St.
Juries. St. George, has been living
in San Fernando for the last five
ye.irs lit- w.i the Kuest of Mi.
and Mrs. U. King, of Fair Am-;.
Chapel Stre*t, St. Peter.
To Reside Here
DK WILLIAM A. SUGARS,
Dental Surgeon of Canada.
II ihe island on Thursday
laal by T.C.A. with his wife and
four child ten. Dr. Sugars who
practised in Montreal was a mem-
Ikt of the Canadian Corps serving
m (he war overseas where he
attained the rank of Major.
Dr. Sugars ha* now
-eside in Barbados at Maxwells
Coast Christ Church.
^^Ao STARS'
FOR TUESDAY. Al'Ql ST l. 1SS2
^ Look in the section in which^ jauir birtliday come* and .
T And what your outlook is. according t the ars ^
Don't put yourself in compromising posi-
ABIBS HOD tbroufh thoughtlessness. The dlplo-
4C March tl Arll 90m.it ..: ..,>. so be extra care- ^
ful and you will rtally achieve.
"^ TAVBrja Very dellnite trem to assist you in business ?
April 91May 90 transactions if ycj are alert, open to co-
operation from right sources. Your basic
plans are truly right aV
*
Sell your personality but not In too force- .
ful a manner this mixed period. Influences af*
predict generous po^slblliUes from regular
activities Romance favoured.
* +
May take a few hours to get started
iipie Looked for a Home
OBHDn
May 21Jod* 21
CANCER
Jans 29July 23 when yo
hcadw
LEO
July 24-Ag 99
? vimoo
Aug. 93-Eept 2.1
gress in
^ Sept W Oct.
BOORFIO
Oct. 84Kov. 9S
BAOlTTAUTJa
Nov. 23Dec. 29
lA&tpning Hours
11...,
I* W M
I u pm TW Nwi. 4 10 p m The
115pm N> Roril.
"0 pm CrtcKvl. I IS p m B n C
Ulllh Ortham*. SOS pm Ul*tvr klsaa-
ft. Illpm HnI The CommonwmIIH.
4 p m Sport* r..
amsse r-rd. in p m The n**..
N i' m H .M" News r,. ntii.m
U i.m p.M VMM 1IMM
7 13 |
"ltlrr. I
I'ortmi
I-: I.,
,- ; |
IStsaei aa
Radio Nnw.tnl. 8 je
II. i-.il Iiimi llrilaln R 45 p m
|.iU-rl-..de. I U p in rrom The Edllorlil*
" 00 p It, Ml Under The Clock. 10 SO
l> *n The N'-. ID 10 p m N-.. T-lk.
I- IS p m Wp(o.d V.ughan Thomi
Talkint. 10 p m Ffom Ihe Thud
Pragi BsssM
Sucond Visit
IEAVING the isl.md on
- Wednesday for a short holi-
day in St. Lucia nH hUss LoiU
CrlchlOW, Assistiml teacher of
i iall Mixed School. She
win i- the ptisM a| aba, tra
Ashby. Assistant teacher of the
Castries Anglieaa School. This
and vi.*il lo that colony.
High Tension
THE superintendent of a new
Hpartment house had lo erect
two posts for TV antennaa on
the roof of his building. One of
In* posts was sis feet high and
the other four feet high. In order
to make them secure, he ran a
wire from the top of each to the
base of the other.
How high from the toof was
the point of intersection of ths
two wires, supposing that the
I Ki.d s at their bases were 10 feet
apart? How much higher or
lower would this point of Inter-
aaettoa have been If the posts
had been 13 feet apart?
-p?j*|d i
BY THE WA\ ... ".> "-"*-'-' ^r":-z::xi-it;^^^"st
>lnb* t sn| a puw %r, |ml>J -
M i.'ihini uf Itir iigvn
Hi. n'iio buys sugar from an
Arabian grocer, and com-
plains of sand, is expecting too
much.
(Arab provorb.)
A T a f.'le in :. West Country
^ vi.laue, near which Captain
Foulenough was slaying, it was
announced that free IStrashmantS
would be offered to children.
This raised many hopes, and
among them those of an odd-
looking child who prowled rounrl
Ins ran innaant tent, waiting for
some kind urown-up lo take
notice of him. A lady renowned
for her charitable works approach-
ed lo| little waif, nnd said gently.
"What would you like, you deal
little reUowr** a i. .
ikkle doublO Scotch, plaasa, kind
lao>," rapllad His child in a self-
assured voice. "Oh. dear, cried
tin- lady, "so youni and already
so depraved: Hum old are you
you poor little thiiiK"" 'Fifty-
two." roared the child, thiowirr;
aside all caution in his longing
tananea. The lady nilnted.
Poritul pirci'
His new rirrsie* ore Reoenen
aboi'C fh.- midrifj and Earl;, Vic-
toria* from the u-siil d'MC".
Ill /msniiif;
IF the Zoo follow?) the example
I of the museums, and cuts
down it- staff. Indian student"
will begin to steal elephants for
their sweathi who asDUad
prefer cho-olntes An tailing girl
was recently given an elephant
by her Indian admirer. Before
she had dcatdod when to hide it
(her Victorian father navlai for-
bidden her to accept eleplianls
from men) tho house was besieged
hy pianoforte manufacturers and
1. lliard-ball makers, who wanle;!,
t-> buy Uta rusu. Life is always
Ion that.
H i'tli'in u/ ih>- fang
n. calls a tail ftsaarj a
small giant is eitlwr a mau of
singular rifi'irmrnt or a bat"
>. unm t.
(Persian proverbt.
Pour liUU i*if
A NOVELIST who was whin-
ing hecause he had not l>eii
asked to a literary party Vraf
obviously MihVruiii from a ner-
vous disease prevalent among
writers ..ml publishers. One n(
the cures Is known as pouring
foyte on Uoubisd novelists.
Con.trui Ihi1 thought
A SPOKESMAN (In loUCb
etc.) says that bos
I ills interfere with television te-
nption. IPd that therefore COR-
duotors should )< flyan hunting-
horns. If bicycle bells interfere
with n i etnat) cyclist
should carry :\ liohn and f Iha
knock interrupts the
radio programme give him a
trombone, Are we not ,i mustcal
Ml |i-l ia
"Ji"i"i l>p pu" X|d|i|nn :a|i
CROSSWORD
i
1
3 |

1 5
" C
... .o
/'

get into high gar you can make
Concentrate your efforts to get %
muimun benefits.
-.
f^ok for encouragement and possibly help "r
from unexpected sources. Uve-and-let-
live, give-:md-take and you wont have too
much contention or won v aV
* *
Fine gainr. to Be made If you think twice .
baflDn acting or speaking. Employ well ^
of deduction. Extra pro-
incial undertakings.
* *
Suggest ,i check on past performances.
Study what you did. then attack problems
with improved methods ai d fresh -confi-
dence Keep trying. iA,
* *
With clear vision and cheerful disposition .
you mav muke this a very good day. T;ike
on tasks like a true Scorpio native -

Aspects rate high personal affairs, business Jo/
close to you and your family. Your day
should wind up successfully. Heart Inter-
ests favoured. Jfe-
Bt0| IB BflttftUi B work, general busi- -
ness. science, civic and charity matters. Jf>
in achieve with astute management
II have tn watch your disposition.
*
loiuum B* cautious with money, nlgninj papr.
t.r ii r.!. on v"'ual>le. Donl low throu|h cmkunM. .
"* ~ "" Consult ciders, superiors, or younm S>
people wlio also know. Avoid a hlt-and-
mlss nttitudc
s>
By having a cal.-ulatlng eye for the future
(this stimulating dav vou should come upon .
line advantage-, Tend to all necessary Jfr
matters early.
^C YOU BORN TO-DAY You Leoites are leaders, sales-
men, make excellent doctors, teachers, public speakers, actors jL
Are usually cheerful, fun-loving companions. Beware of 1m-
posters Don't spend hard earned money foolishly; don't fall for
*~ flattery or scheme*. Birthdalc of: Orville Wright, pioneer in a.
aviation; Bernard Baruch. philosopher, financier; Colleen *
w Moore, actress
^ U. + + + + + )f}f3f
Rupert's Spring Ad venture-11
0AFBU00RN
Dec. 23 -Jan. 21 y'
but
PISCES
rb. 21March S
He Found His Pre-ej
b ax react
-WELL." said Chirplt Sparrow
t" Knarf and llanid. V
rlU the turned-alv'wt
I guess I'm going to awn
Itkaf is beginning to turn
cold again and 1 need a new home "
"I thought, Chirpie." said Hanid.
"that you liked your neit in the slm
/re."
"I SS draughty." said Chirpls. "A
SMW la fine for the summertime. But
when the winter ccmen. I need some-
thing urongcr For instance," he
said the nest moment. "1 could use
a garsgs."
"A garage)" exclaimed Knarf.
"A brokn garage." said Chirpie.
la a liarage
At this both Knarf and Hanid ex-
claimed in surprise. For Chirpie to
live in a garage seemed strange
enough. But for him to want to live
in a broken garage seemed even
at aar
"This is what I mran." Chirpie
finally said "I'd like to nnd a garage
- or a barn, or a house with :i
little bit ol the corner ot th roof
btnlSS off; just enough broken off
fit me to squceic in Then I'd move
riffhl In and live there. snug as a
liuy. tin the lest ol tfe snatS*.
"Hoi I'm not partnoln. llnrpie
are at on "If I could Hud m chimney
with one of the bricks l.-nne. I'd just I
on mu*r H HWf CklatSSBfl
ft. e for the wintertime."
"Hut you'd gel full of smoW and
.not." said Hanid.
"Smoke and soot, my dear, are
belter thnn wind and snow Or." he
said. "I'd live in some nice sollea
tree if there wasn t a squirrel or
an owl living there already. Or I'd
live in an old shed."
"I've got a wonderful Idea,"
Knarr said. "It's just the place for
you to live. It's warm. There's
plenty of room. And you'd get sceili
and water every day."
"That sounds tme," uld Chirpie.
"You'd even get warm water for a
bath. And you'd have the company
of another birda bird who sang
all day long."
CMrals was very eager to know
where this wonderful place was.
"In the canary cage," aniwered
*rl
f One Too Draughty
FLY
PAA
Chirpie shook his head st once.
"In a cage* Nothanks."
"But you'd like it very much. The
people who live In the house would
liks It very much. So would the
canary."
Chirpie kept shaking his head. "A
cage is all right for a canary. It's
not all right for me. I'm very aorry."
Then Hanid aald: "| have another
iondfrful idea, Chirpie. And it has
nothing lo do with cages."
"That's good." said Chirpie.
Plawars Bioesa
"I know a place where you
wouldn't have any winter at all The
un shines every day. The flow in
i>lnom. And you'd find all your sum-
mer-friends there, toothe rooina,
the larks, the thrushes, the swal-
lows, the wren* and lota of others.
I'm sure you'd like It,"
"Where Is this place you're think-
ing of ?*' asked Chirpie.
"Down south." said Hanid.
For a moment Chirpie seemed to
hesitate, then he shook his head
again. "But you don't understand,"
he aaid. "I like the winter. I like the
snow. 1 even like the cold. I don't
want to go away. 1 Just want a
plnre where I can be snug and warm
at night. People don't mind the win-
ter. They enjoy iL So do I. Ill find a
place. I'll find a place. . ." And off
he flew, chirping cheerfully, across
the brown meadow.

The bud.fi iht Rupert hi* ,
r*j(hed eiend lor s Ions wiy in c
tevtril diremoni. Still being t
.'juiioui he enivri them jnd keep* t
thjrp look'Out, Thu un1
mu,-h aood." he think*. Unleti
1 fin her oi we toinethtna ot thi
dugon. I nuy not be folloin|
nu clean
bttle (ultra dim acton i
oi him. "Why, it'l
*Mu"i cou.m. Willie," he
tin. "Hi. Willie, whit'a the
miner ? Willie nop* and at firu
ii too breathleia to iptak.
(.1 III
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C.HANC.EH
Janet
LEIOH
Henry
WILt OXON
Ak the Thouunds who have seen thi Wonderful Motion
rirture. Z ReeU of Clorlou. Sword n.:lu,n,
Pit. 2te. House c Bal. 72e. Box SI SO
i Price House A- Bal. L.VI p m. Klda House ls>. Bal 30c
OMEGA, CYMA,
ARDATH, PIERCE
and
UNO WATCHES
For Ladles and <>enta
ASK FOR THERE
WATCHES BY NAME
They signify quality -
Only at Your Jewellers
Y. De I.IM A
A III. LTD.
20, Broad St
A (.ri-.-ti.in- Village
If not saesd but seeking
Salvation, please writ* for
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Whlrt Make.
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SALVATION PLAIN"
8. Roberts, Oospel
Book A Tract Service. 30
Central Ave.. Basgor, N.I.
aw aa janiiro
SAO PAULO
From Trinidad oia|uil&>nt doubla-
decked "El Preildente," world*!
largest, most loiurloui alrlloar.
Direct fllghta to Rio. Montevideo
aad Buenoe Aires. Convenient ooa-
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Montvlds>o
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
VAf.L TBBU
THE: GAMBOLS
DlON! U*vf aN' 'kVXIc
ftffont i uiCiiito tour
laity A^p-ASy.--------
Farouk Puts Down Son's
Name For English School
From SYDNEY SMITH
CAPRI
Prince Farouk cabled London today to put down the
name of his seven-month-old son, the new kinR, for an
English college." _
Thin the ex kinc had private talks wrth an Egyptian
who is said to be attached to the Rome embassy. Farouk
is believed to have decided to offer himself as ruler again
if the situation in Egvpt threatens to get out of control.
Will Eva's
Miracles"
Be Proved?
M
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
I1UEKOS AIRES. Au,...
ry. Schwru-i Mu "I., B.h..
I A attBMttf committee will try '^*u
Mat, prove she was responsible for Hmn' _
at least two during ruw HMrnW. n"- Schown-t
Flrt, mile, from Bu.no. Air*. J-?~,*J|:^-J~^ ~.
a i. .. .
Coronation Seat
Will Cost 3. 10ft.
Room For 98,000 In Stands
SEATS? (or 98.000 pcupie-lhey tvauM .trctch 27 miles
if placed end to endare to bo put up by (he QOvarqOMOl
foi | ' ronation.
ftfj David Kcclcs. the 47-vrai-nhl Miniate.
da* Tin priM l I lh st'Jts on the seven-mile ntutt
has not yel been worked out.
ook like costin,; L.'i 10s. for an urn- W
B 10s. (or one under eovaj.
.11 coat will be charged, aaJd Ml Boclaa, Tax-
MM I*.ruinate
enough to uc* a heat.
.11 be alto- Howen floodlighting.
Ul if I'l'ty

i ikan to |*rovt IM I* du-course he wou d receive'
larshsl.l
nuke 1.1 Norfolk, ai
Mm to tak oval oi tro] of Wi

I
Tin- work i i proj
ent
Pains, distress of "those days" stopped
nde-
Tonight Farouk took his ,wile
Narrbnan. and three young
daughters to dine with Grade
Fields and her husband.
Grade had called on Farouk
ehrller and promised to cheer him
up with a sing-song They had
the SOOgS fund cocktails)
They Lit The
Fuse In 1946
tickou
The question of lolev
i 'omony in the Abbey w
alion.
Mr. Ecclcs laid WtO
mhorrttd from the past wool

ihe mott moving and ajoriouj There
ii gatM of the world"
It would be .i pageant
ftnpire the grMts
miry
or amazingly relieved
In 3 out of 4 catos
in doctors' lot..* 1
Here's wonderful nrws fn*
woman and girls who each
monfh suffer the torture* ot
bad day*" of functionally-
caused raenrtrml cramps and
pate headaches, backache*
and those "no-good." drugged
out feellnm
It's new* about a medicine
famous for relieving such suf-
fering)
Here u tb* exciting nrwa
LydU K. Pinkham'" Vegetable
Compound gare compute or
striking relief of such distress
in an average of 3 out of 4 ot the
caaas tn doctors' teats!
Yea! LydU Ptoatuun's has Men
uroved to be irtenti trolly mtxtTn
Tn acftna.'
This news will not surprise the
ihousanda of women and girls who
i,ke I know the relief It can bring.
i Uf
you're not 'akin
I*** v*N
V =y
Wf1
Hew llm1, ehfcea> weekt
mat pain. , 11,' I aliaaliii aBBaa IN* tDicAam < mmtrmil oilier 4Utr**>.

painso often associated wtt*
' those days')
fUeaember I.ydU Pinkhama. too
If you're suffering the "hot
llaabri and other functionally -
caused distress ot "cheat* ot life."
O't Lyha pinkbam^i Compound
or swnr Wiproperf Tablets with
added iron .trial sue only AW>.
5tar^taa^AJidiata|Aaat:a>oJag/
i
The Kinatre Visiton
. lo givi- |ba ivu.i-n and ht'i
In the un> vUUg. of VIU. Sob Sr,"tS"*iiKS-.':' ,'
dau. a unall group ,,( Cjuchm M,or VmmI t b HmUu Motor Vorj-i
h.iv. alrendy atxtplrd Eva Peron ""n- >. :
s Saint CrUa". ..........* MuVau
I went thij, inoniing with Ihe <*8 AUwB joi coofc.
llH mayor tn :l ahniv .,! |> '"Z. ITrJ^Ud "*"" ""'"
, in*' to Ulr IChootrriom. A larav sh Ak, Portnt. jjsi .... i *,
notice ubo\e Eva's portruil sa>n : ll*truOT. im Point a plu. avmui people Dm iiiiiic*>hi ot
i, .. > l.-honr r-otiu d'etat- Cninr,,tle*. tlomand fanoniz.itkon M"V* Mn'LTf! V?Z! ta_ (. M._.^ "n: p.,tii.iiig thtoiiKli all iho caul
D,I*,atic way of <"Vr.. ' Saint Evlta, the worker.' > *," .123'.'T^Sr ""'.. "",' uim of the rreat<......aoawMlth.'
Gnu*', villa. Then th. party revolt wttbout blood-in W "W' f_ork_, ".r^^,7,^., i'a b tor... c.
moved down to Grade's rc.laur.ii'. Bui years of underground plan- "" *?* '"' 'd.M;m ~i> '..... ar'ti.n SuUm. ..,t. f,"1?1,"; ,"
'Th. ,.. ot th. Sea itfn. bv the vouna ameers of the Union sent a telejram to Pipe vhr r.,. a "bjet .ill hold aouui
Thev^ dodd UlV crowd, by teptlan A^my had gone into H "u. with ttaUa, dcm.ru,. .SlTBL^St.P- JLJ-*. ^ !" paupl*. At loo.l half ol
dining oartf poSce ke^T ou*! i.*hlon.ng of the clJck..rk ... This w,K-k the Vatican c,,.l.,i...... ...',; .""AZX? "m" M tlaa hi v
,,l,,,i,ir-,i,her: and the oartv was which exploded Into Intcrnatlon- that proceedmm must be startetl < omwai tor. c.pi. oujim. c o in i n g from Coman
overly PlS-wSch. 1J? l"e al hcadhne.. g the bishc* of the dice* where ^HKS *~"" **-'"" "- ''"""" ' ' "'" * ""......
CatiH 'ruaht-life uKi.itlv lieons Since 1948. they claimed, -.he. Ela Peron lived. Two miracles s.t Co.toi,c. c,t. joo... oom lr. Eeekn Mid: tt' aul
t.apn rugo. iu a j .. ^^ ^^^ ^ mo|w>. whk.h shouid must be proved to the Church's rnnitud. A,i M.r Dacorts a Co. evct.v.,nc. ever, ln>m |ba lurtbaai
It,,, ,1 lt.,ii,. have gone into modernising Ihe satisfaction. Even then years. ', -.. s ccmers of Uk- earth who look
tsi.. _._!, eT^.,,1 S,,m.,r,~l army going Into the culler, of "even conturle.." may elapse said ,.,. f,o, Au.tr.lu,. aaT u.r. u. ttwaroj Hie Du.en. t r,n,l I,..
his hotel to-.^P^^nfjrenee 'S'S"";? * S "C V* ,. Be,t..""~ *...... "' 7' had the,,,..... V| ,.
^y rCTti found themselves liahtinfi say there U no oroblem -bout Mm DBPaaTUOBa iriutlon^ for :1 alnele design '"
planned dJu"^tn,lli!d "J*- the efneient Israeli forces with miracles. Wasn-t her whole life
-?&!^S ^1 "K ,thodd>r and towBW*' C,^U1^,- miracle?
~ ment. I toured the village and W
t'r m l- (or
i W.
men before they
nllowetil
si Vir
>i tiad
servants' back stairs.
S.R A i net.
' Silver fi.i llarlimqtar.
- ..... ..<. Athlbruok (M Trin,d*<1. S Sp.
, the cynir.il tales of the men who dron's clinic and welfare head- .-mint i Trtnin There were al least 1^0 people appeiire(j to have grown rich on quarters. All bore the name Eva |<* Cai-ipn.. ".! .> < i.
on the roof when Farouk, sur- g,,^ Tnelr protesU began to peron Foundation. A miracle, aald cr-\i/i-i.
rounded by poUce. marched out ^^ .j,,. moTr concrete form from a penthouse. Behind him f9crct meetings. In the past few days | have aaaivau at aw
was Narriman.ro I 1 o w e d by By the end of 1951 m. IT ;h..,. rnag (X>unUeaa people prepared to i,.-. hh
Farouk s daugmers 1.000 of UVSM young offlcera had sweiir to mnto personal miracles wephm.
Last came English nurse Anne pledged themselves to ending the worked bv Eva. Moat have been J^" *'
sVlv^^eTIi Patliament Squa!
actuary which
single
.niti Hi" i i
(or i.v.- rnontoa.

pmed at the length of UOM
tn 1937 then trotO seats for
7,000 tlStatS hi the Abb)
were V> squoeied that nobody was
I
to tag ceremony.
Hi did not think ll I
i .uitji.' axtra seal I
Unest KmbroiHery
V I
I n. .viii.ii
i>n the altar wou>d be the line.i
nit- rtvoBi
mil and (.th. | I
..ill* ! made lb
thi* occasion.
il tfUt) Tn >
t.ilour and design thw agv we Uv.
ind the homage wv pay to th"
QoaoB m..... to crown." said M-.

("if the Coronation rouic. ne
..ui 'I am sure it is a better
..: i.i.t Una"
Then- woto m nv c"i"n build-
iiira and long frontages In lh"
nurse Am
Chermside. carrying the baby king, graft; ^ of a pracUcal ni.turc sudden ,
Farinik took his young son from The fuse was burning down. suppii0B f food where none n-.tm... Ani. n
the arms of Miss Chermisde. lined And the spark to touch off the existed before work for some J,ob-" i^Ab|!Wt
the family, and faced thw expli>sion came two weeks ago. who had l>l don|1 a ^fo^ f0r A^[ ^^ An,
Then he and Namman The palace ordered Ihe Cairo ymr^ wonderful toy* for lot* who Cl
l*00" had never seen a toy except In
clubs ^ooiu These were the miracles of v
appoint Eva pprn,, My her foi|owers
But I also found others who
claimed mirnculous cures after rt.
praying to Evlta. All their claims
present all the reali
if which the tjueen ft
head.
riM Ministry of Woiks VM
v. t*d CS50.000 for ihe 1937 cor-
onation,
then costs had trebled. Me hoped
to provide a better gbow naKl
ffimtJ2ftJ2X, y:(n;rt'Hnd i,w,;ul? T. &
Crawfcrd, jra Aiicrott An ton id do It at double the coat
would Inelu.l- '"?;'" I '"< nn il
SATl'PDAV
The stands that WWTS to he huvll
OJOWld l>e set back lo illOW
housands ol DOS
U ml of them.
The afltj ,,. i
\. > tfl fteep. Thf gOBOral pUbUC
- .-.,1,1 have thai mtK-h rotm
front of tin- itand
faced
cameras. Then he and Narrlman The palace ordered Ihe
at in a swinging garden seat. Officers' Club lo depose ;
The photographers started at a ular army officer. The
range of 15 yards. Within six committee wan told
minutes they were clicking their General Hussein Siry Pasha
camaras at a range of S ft. the position held by the officer.
Suddenly Farouk stood up. The committeee refused.
ll*...-**.. Albeit lh. King (ieorgc VI coronal
^"sWletl. LSto. 70(,00
t^ t*.Ii.- Airlaiidre "! course, th'
r Da
!(->*.- t* Unim-
Mrmlft D Mrndax.
Delma,* t Innlu V luttia. H.
iiw. C Worm* R Worm. M. W<*m#.
R H Wrttm*. ^ Wvlxtur T
Crawl
m. a
Da tilva
(. Buarni
M.....
will be carefully examined A SoMatrii
committce will be set up when Jusna Ca
mourning ends on August 261h.
HoweA-er, Church authorities sny
A I..-11*
la. AlbrrlB .
Royal Future
Ho cradled Ids plump, hlu
-eyed
handed the young king to a That palace order was lh
startled policeman, and march- flash-point for revolt. Secret!)
ed off. The family followed, and groups of the young officers met
the paidc-strlcken policeman in suburban flat* in Cairo. They
almost flung the King of Egypt perfected and circulated a blue-
mi the arms of Ma nurse. print for ;. 24-hour army coup.
That was the end of Act 1. In They wore ready. But who was
Act t, Farouk read his prepared to lead the revolt? dumltary told me But whatever *>
-*- '" **>"** J8US3? "tf. % iG\,S $&*&. ~. t cen- "~mS5Jff
Seguib. thrice wounded in the Jrt J". t""""* ',' '"" """
Israel campaign With one Catholic. In the Argentl
... M. arm, and on al. >"""- * ~" ^22
controversial Issues hid behind the m"2: ,,. ,, rt,t
politics and endanger the chUd s % Ug>t maehine-gun post,
future he explained^ .... oeeupied positions with fields of "-
Farouk w-Uhed lot. of luck %o fl comrr^ndlnK lhc baar> f*
,he!^e!., Wh4n? J* *^LEB[ff Troops cordoned off key build-
("They'll need it", he added with in^ Mi
Cair. hardly knew a revol: gjj
Only twice ware shot
tiiUli.
Abadla, |I;
MJaaarj
V mnnt pnivide neurh
ci i'Ii se.itirig room tn provide
for ihe great invasion of vi-nn
already clamouringfar beyon-t
anything we have known before. '
h. .|,|
",: Ministry z,1 Works, he 300.1100 raSto pkcts th
Ihe builder-., decora- ,mi... wrre to be put in lh
(.aver Ami l.-Rl.ler
(if ilu- dnctieoUona,
1 .
1B37 the ic.ii
pvodui od mi
:..!.! ivhk Ii '"
Our taste in design hai 1.....""
gayor and lighter"
Mrs, I Mgondon
Cower lOO] lO gdVlH
him 1 r the fluiai docn
rn
oval
I .
they have not heard of any stotonT A.,"- '"'Ma-.l"V Adrta-a J"d. ^ '^""i* ln"Ul" ,Wp*,n^n1-
1. if.,1.. .--I "It .11 ,ilUV.n.k on VaiwlarAill eii.ab-lh Vandvdi.li, (irahat'i. -1" AOne-. rtiey hnd to provltl' ,. ,.,. ,,
whaatCyouy:ai, 'nd'ric.e.^'h.g^ i't^laTV^ Sff l B5 2?.....'H T......"' '.....
will
Balai v. 1* ,
Mr r(ibc.t.i Vrav.. HotlrtqtM. Mr.
t..M-fli. Vr> ll.vliiqii-7 Mr. Ana M.,l
Mti, K.inloM Ml.-
1 Aiitir.
- llach
arcasm)
, he added with
Hs hoped to stay in
nonths; he hnd
Capri for a few
idaa where he would settle
fired. At the city's chief bar-
l>ermanantly; and he felt himself fiick8 Humeln Fand. Chief of It
a poor man. ("It is untrue that General Staff, ftred a few
I have taken a fortune from at ltu. troops. Result
r'lCpt.") wounded soldier.
Forouk teat educated by falorj g,, tne revolt succeeded tell King Farouk
in aPapland. swiftly, quietly. It transformed Minister lo appoint
ti hi.1 1-. -i < i.i in* pill
eleetrlciaiu. and staff perfects*
his pngenni b ,no ^d of nOXl
had to set the stage ane* ,aill BpPeiing tQ tO ft plU
well ahead and make the bent of
tills glorious osoasiofl whsOn
in-1.
baJL .1 shop front, or fswoti
i>..\." aid Mr. Ecclcs.
"I am also appealing l<> iho.c
1111: tn paint 111 do OthOJ
wink with building laboui lo I'
it during (ho winter monlh- wfeafl
the I ......n more likely !,, h
vailabtc."
Plans weie glgo iM-ing worked
"lit for ftooilliKhting iilfl there
' "I,, proluilily be a display of
fin-works on a grand scale.
"I count myself vary foitun.it'
A!i7r"rroo'y (ttsrSj rv>niinv. oonaM '" I've under a monarchy and. r
rChll'1'" M^'",' *n*"utf- *"" T know British workm-
.' sVl,|..ia nln *' P"re no p
s-.lrf.tj Martina. LeOtS Mi'". Edward make the setting of the <
viote Detruon. tr. -iinnvm. (ion worthy of our hl-tory," Mr.
General Neguib from an obscure an. 7Ji"iii~iii.7"*; i-upa iiiiy: ri..7f!iZZ"Sa"rraii.*iri, to put on a better show
...my i.f.i.e, in ahe man who could *' ""'0' *nMJ**mn$ TJisiST *****' ,, r e*.. ,,,;,n *"" w r the last COT-
Cmaiick 1. PeaM. Mr Cnwrirk P^ Pec... |>anT Oibamr>. IV-fI tTaHboina- iaaaVea onatlon.
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PACI ,
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
TIESDAV. AUGfST 1. 1JS2
BARBADOSdll ADVOCATE
r ..>...i........r......t
rtMM kr t&. ,<** c. Ul. m~~ *- hiiiiiih
Tii.-mI iv. limiiM 19. 1952
Wauled: A ftew Name
For 4 apilalism (*2)
ACCIDENT 4 IIAIIIS
i :iiul Report on the organisation
and administration of the Barbados Police
Force for the year 1951 has been puWilM
;pplemenl to tin- official Cuzette
dated July 81, 1952.
Thfl report is a comprehensive one and
Wight to be studied by all those persons
metimej express opinion-, about the
Force which are baaed on hearsay.
Among much other information it
in diagram form percentages ot
burglary and huusebreaking, shopbreak-
ing. larceny and kindred offences and com-
parative crime statistics for the years
19471951. These are of first importance
since they indicate at a glance 'he extent
of crime in the community. But the re-
port alto provides in easily accessible
diagrams facts about traffic accidents
which need to be brought home to all
road users and especially to the drivers
of motor cars, lorries and motor omni-
buses.
The number of (raffle accidents in Bar-
bados has risen from over 600 in 1949 to
undci 1,200 in 1951. In 1949 the number of
driving licenses issued by the Police were
9,610. In 1951 the number had risen to
12.093. It is important to distinguish be-
tween the number of driving licenses and
the number of mechanically propelled
vtjhlclea on the roads. In 1951 when
12.09R driving licenses were issued only
5,960 mechanically propelled-vehicle* were
using the roads of Barbados.
The excess of driving licenses over
vehicles may have little bearing on the
number of accidents but it is worth noting
that motor cars were involved in the great-
est number of accidents in 1951.
If it could be proved that B byger num-
ber of accidents were due to the excess of
driving licenses over motor vehicles it
might be possible to reduce the number of
drivers using the road. No statistics exist
in the Police records to suggest that there
is any connection between accidents and
infrequent use of the roads but the subject
seems worthy of investigation.
The causes of accidents which have been
carefully presented in diagrammatic form
appear to warrant the inference that some
drivers do not use the roads sufficiently
often to achieve good road habits Over-
taking improperly was the greatest single
cause of accidents in 1951. followed closely
by negliKenw*. The next category "pedes-
trian heedless of traJIic must also imply
a certain heedlessness on the part of
drivers with regard to pedestrians
These three main causes of accidents
nd the following two, "misjudging clear-
ance and falling to keep left" are the types
of failings which might be expected from
infrequent users of the road, with the ex
ception of overtaking improperly, which
is a regular sin of the experienced "road
hog".
There was a slight decrease in. 1951 in
the number of traffic casualties killed and
injured, but the total number of these in
.;950 and 1951 exceeded 500 whereas in
1949 there were less than 500
It is not surprising that the majority of
accidents should occur on Saturdays
although there is no da? in the week which
had an annual total of less than one
hundred accidents.
The greatest number of accidents occur
between 8 and 9 a.m. and 4 and 5 p.m.
although the wholo periods between 8 a.m.
and 1 p.m. and between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
may be called peak accident periods.
It is disturbing to find that accidents
occur during the year in each of the 24
hours although there is a noticeable drop
in frequency between ten at night and six
in the morning.
A rise between three and five In the
morning suggests cither the return of late
night revellers or a high degree of care-
lessness on the part of early road users
Although the number of push bicycles
exceeded 20,000 m 1951 as compared with
less than 4.000 motor cars, nearly 700 motor
were involved in accidents that year
compared with toss ** 500 push
I L('\r!rs. ___
Klmately 1.000 motor lorries Were
licensed In 1961 and it is not a heaithj
sign that in 350 accidents motor lorries
were Involved. The position with regard
to motor omnibuses is still less satisfac-
i ,iv According to the diagrams at the
back of the Police record the total number
of occasions on which motor omnibuses
are involved In accidents equal more or
less the total number of motor omnibuses
This high incidence of accidents to motor
omnibuses seems most undesirable m an
island dependent for the most part on
motor omnibuses for the transportation
of the travelling public.
The example set by carts and animal
drawn vehicles is far better. Although
there were more than 4.000 carts and
animal drawn vehicles using the roads of
the island m 1951 only about one hundred
Ol ,. vehicles were involved in acci-
dents during that year.
After studying the valuable diagrams and
-_} in the annual report on the
PoUc- fetes foi the year 1991 it b impossible
en* b) Ihc deterioration t
r road safety since 1949.
Ihc Barbados Auton
I concluded my pn-vious ai lull
on this subject (on 1st. int.) by
stating that there were two im-
mensity important points to oe
added to complete the study tM
vital necessity for Capital, and
how to secure harmonious rela-
tions and co-operation between
Capital and Labour. I come agai.i
to-day to deal with those essential
nartssr*
But before launching out let
me five a further quotation from
a yet later issue ot the Digest,
which may serve to clench and
emphasise the general idea of the
tlrst article. It u interesting to
note that publicity personages in
the U.S.A. are at present in fu^l
cry on the subject.
We (in U.S.A.) believe we
aaea demonstrated that businest
can be far more resourcefully run
by private managers, and that
these private managers can run it
with (generous) consideration for
Che public welfare. . ."
Local persons who criticise the
Capitalist and favour monopolM
should reflect upon this statement
emerging from so great and suc-
cessful nn Industrial commui t:
Now for my two big pont-
scriDts.
(1) Tht- Vital necessity for
(I'puol. How this great and oul-
rtanding fact can fail of recoi-
uitr-n and the owner and opera-
&r :hereof be regarded as an
enemy even enemy No. 1 by
*me" pcrfervld would -be re
formers and capital as somc-
thing that should be confiscated
and dispersed passes my eompre-
hinslon! Yet even Governments
believe in levies on capital
though there may be special oc-
casion* where this is Justifiable
and heavy taxes on profits put
to reserve for upkeep and ex-
pansion! I call thfc shortsighted
and suicidal. Encourage wise and
promising enterprise, 1 ay. and
then set the Income Tax Depart-
ment to work on each proprietor t
or shareholder's portion of the
pSaAts.
But consider closely. Without
capital there could never have
been any economic and social hu-
man progress worth mentioning.
If some people long ago, and all
down the centuries had not l>een
ahnost starvingly thrifty, and ac-
cumulated small savings, mankind
would still be in the Sli.i.e Age
or tho Cave period.
To realise all this we have only
to look around at what has been
t. king place in Bridgetown and its
ubuni during the past three 01
four years. I will Just mention a
fc ar. The OOSll* new business
premises, the spacious new
theatres, the gorgeous new garages
enlargements it i* difficult
and invidious to attempt to spec-
ify Bhe very numerous cases. And
without Capitol, and large Capital,
indeed, such constructions and
i intensions would have been plainly
impossible. For weeks, and In
gome eases even months, contrac-
tors and great companies of work-
man hod to be employed and fed
and supported, with their famUte*.
In mean ..f .in un.iil.ttt-.f money
w ii i no income accrued until al
l.t t the enterprises were com-
p] ted and (perhaps) Iwgan t.
... hy many buslne-s undertakings
II* Itc-t. I liOslMP.l ,n the great leading countries of
.m. Never h*s there the world, and u spreading pretty
been a time in (he history' of rapidly by virtue of its success.
Baibados when building operations it is un arrangement by which
on such a scale *ave been undei- representativ'-s of Iras employee.
Boards of
state of thing* hart They are elected by
been clearlj recognised. *> !(; ., tahmm*work*u sod u with
'"' the proprietors and manager* of
the economic welfare and pro- ^ factory or l>u*un-- and kivc
their advice on whale e, question
arise, pnd even share II
client todln, .riicte. on ^^'"SJEIS!? "' ,h''"'0fl"
gre of the community
The Adv-x-at,- furnished
readers, a feu weeks ago,
(wo
:.,,. psaa
were seriously con^idrrcd. Per-
haps these articles of mine may
recall their timely lesson.
Moreover, at this san* moment, ,,-J,- '
Barbados, in common with other 171%
West Indian Government*, in fact,
the world at large, is looking
anxiously around for capital
make p.
ndust
eflciel Remit* of this
The Bi
I'lan
There are several of the?*.
I Just lufrne some of them ver;
(I) The plan promotes good-
will on both sides. Employer,
.. . v.*,.-. ... /* employees find that they bed
-action of ol've in honesty and fair play
and the develop- *? traditional hostility and sus-
fBMQl Of waste places. Astonish- Pf>on *re in due course eliminat-
ing blindness indeed. t, fail to *** (2' 'urrushes valuable
reeoanlss tii*- sttuattea incentives to zeal and efficiency
in a.l departments and these
A Corollary valuable qualities spread rign-
There i- so ottsehH lac< of through the staff anu workers
much ImpOftanes Whlcfc I can only (3) it gives opportunity (o the
Uon snd that Is i*iat Cap- rank and file workers to offer
lla| tor Its successful ami fruit- suggestions for improvement above
ful employment needs also the fUlrs and below and these somc-
Capltahst. That Is to say. apart time-i prove surprisingly advgn-
from the ability and technical lageous to the business. (4) i:
knowledge of the SKptft, it may provides opportunity a!so to brln-
easily he frittered away and up at the highest level, and cor-
wrsted instead of yieldinE its rcct dlly complaint that may
en possibly occur. a.nd so makes ar
end of unrest and strikes. And
The -uccess of the plai
been amply demonstrated. I
tad somewhere recently
20.000 firms in the U.S.A.
i has
have
thit
have
and
The dflVi
Police was
needed and there I.....reason t.> believe
nee.
ver be too i
..sent there la much to
proper returns There ha
1 th
large scale In British Colonial
affairs. So those valuublc. essential
qualifications often obtained
considerable co*t_ are worth pay-
ing for. and fortunately rank ano
file workers are coming to recog- .
nise and approve f this .easma- ';">Pt^ " th-<
ble claim, Buto ,n Britain and Prai
2. The need for Labour, end ProtW/ others in other leading
co-uperatioii uiilh Capifal ndustrtal lands. This alongsld-
Labour is as vilallv necessary "^ r*Pld naion of the Co.
for progress and well being as operative movement among the
Capital, and as worthy of honour smaller folk in many communttiet
Just as the rank and file workers notably as described in Barba-
apart from capital could accom- 'ins at the recent ("onfereni
plish very little and must remain i Annrnarhe*
poor and ill-fed and Ill-housed. Mr ajSL. tP?^2S-'
and at the mercy of drought and ^SSJST^L SmJF? X
fibod and famine and disease, so g^**". ** subject to oui
Capital apart from Labour would Pr"ne Minister a shon time
be helpless and useless. You can- aS. and I *s pleased to find
not ent mnnev. You may have that the plan had his cordial
bags full of coin at the Bank, but approval and he reiaUy author-
It can produce nothing without is--d me to quote hm accordingly
brains and hands to use It So Here are his exact words In
what i~ fund.hi,enl.illy essential letter dealing with the point,
for both sides to regard each 'You have my authority to quote
ith goodwill and work cor- me as agreeing with you that we
btt.l.icrs, '1 should immediately aim at bring-
tosetbei
other v
dially
gain full ixissession of the fruitful
world given unto us.
Unfortunately, owing to the
long predominance and selfish
methods of Capitaloften uncon-
scious,
frequently modified by natural
human kindlinessunfortunately
Labour has been led to regard
Capital ith ho-tllity and suspicion
Brf II..- lim,- ami omMh lor lh< "'*?!,?,'' '
.mil it should be the business soa
pleasure of aii ol as to aelp Ier>
ward the' bencilCeiit traiuforma.
rinallw. hou' can this motiement "K
heir he assuMed? What is the brtt
plan for securing hartrtony and co-
operation? I think, undoubtedly. u the plan which has been adopted, llumsy word.
bout what you describe as
the Ideal plan of seeing representa-
tives of Labour sharing with
Boards of Directors in the manage-
1 have pointed out. and m"?1 J",d cfnclent Iunntn ol bl
If the beneficial results of th
plan are as I have described above,
hu Id we not as early as possible
t Into Bar-
I am told
One <>f the biggest <>f our firms
that has made a small beginning,
while many have *own thei
goodwill by iiutlaUng Old Age
Schemes.
Wanted: A Name for Capitalism;
Who will sugaesl "? 'Co-opera-
idea, but it
Our llYaiclVrs Say:
t'onvanl Warrh
i thf Editor. The Advocate
be termed destructive, suggest a Bauk was ill-spoken and the only
few forward movements. Let us thing done about it was that the
put the sums of money collected Members of the Legislative t'oun-
SIR, -It i* because I know that ,rom fairs an il is your policy to publish all conlrlbulloni by well-wishers to passed a vote for the Bank.
t\DM of vicwi In taur pXmni use nl onc* on headquarters of There seems to be a popular
that I ask you to publish this let^ which we can all be proud Work- habit growing today of U-epeak-
t,.r ers throughout this Island and ing people in all walks of life and
11 was with MiAwmnit ihat I >thers we scarcely would think of, what Is amazing about it is that
*vlSS*$iitt2* s "','" 5 n K ma"" r'"T"' Z'Tl SCSJ?
oi4ii ill Smurdnv lasl, AniuM Ihroujh IrnlMd ol hving any one |K-oplo who ought lo know belter.
9th. In paragraph two. relerence *oln8
I* made to (1) grousers and lault-
nnders and (2) to unnecessary
KUrra?o!Th?SU al'th'Tn- "S5# wrth ^r the. IIT,, bcratcd: houW ^ r?,hT lU'
nual delegate rnnferenre is i>roof * filr and decent that the when criticisms Bra made In that
conclusive that what was un- Trade Union organ should be used chamber the people against whom
necessary and irritating to some throw Insults at workers with they nre mad(. should lthat
persons in the know, was quite whose sweat and soer flee it Is |hey have been puolleW censurecl
necessary mid soothing to the vast k*P* *oln* ls, ,hi,V *"<*"<* As it is today little notice
about borrowing in their The House of Assembly with the
It Is a disgrace and an privilege of free speech for its
insult. Let us convert that dull members should be the last place
dungeon called a canteen Into where people should be wrongl
be used to bull.
Into silence. O te.rpora!
AMAZED
I tokei
id workers 0f n especially when tho state-
i! O Mores! menta are mere generalities.
Yours.
Parking On Hlinil CaVMf '
To the EdUor, |hf Adrocale Invnmm Tnx
SIB,It Is bed enough to find ...
cars parked on curves, singly, when To the Editor. The Advocate.
the roiid Is level and relatively SIR.I read recently that
additional staff hnd been approv-
... .Mi* on ed for the Income Tax and Death
should have convinced him of the a blind rune at the top of one of Duties establishment of the Oov-
majorlly of the other?.
And I think that a preslden'-
general, especially the present
president general should occupy a
position above party or section.
unit that he should not make even
a gentle appeal, far less a stirring
one such as was made by him for
the return of the outgoing council. _
The answer to his appeal. If he is wide,
not a dullard In this respect, To find curs parked
vln
NEWS FROM BRIlAiiN
By D. T. ROBERTS
LAST week we have been genuinely over-
whelmed by the news of the brutal triple
nurder of Sir Jack Drum more 1, his wife and
en-year-old daughter.
This is no emotion of ihe headlines. Brit-
ain is often criticised tor in press which
gives prominence to murders. But last week
there has been something deeply felt behind
those headlines.
You will have read that Sir Jack Drum-
mond. who was a scientist and dietician, was
murdered while sleeping beside his car a few
/ards from the great French road, the "Route
^apoleonne" by which Napoleon 1 recon-
iuered France on return from his exile in
21ba.
He and his family were enjoying what has
lecorr the must popular form of holiday for
he better-olf middle classmotoring on the
'ontinent. They were doing this in what is.
>robably the most practical way for Ihe not
-ery wealthy family with children taking a
large car or estate wagon and sleeping under
:anvas from time to time. Like that, people
rum Britain can cruise about Europe en-
trying ihe scenery, the food, friendliness.
vines and sun of the Mediterranean without
xceeding the 25 each that the hard-press-
ed Chancellor permits them to take out of
Britain.
Now this horrible murder of a whole fam-i
ly. peacefully camping, will put off thous-
To its credit, the whole French press, in-l
:luding the Communist papers, have called
.he crime a blot on the good record of
Trance and have insisted that the man who|.
lid it must not get away.
Sir Jack Drummond was responsible for
nany things that the British did not enjoy
but had to endure. He plam.ed our dread
"ul wartime food. He deserves credit for
hat. He invented the wartime loaf, which
lasted like sawdust and oatmeal; he perfect-
ti.ii it contained so much bread the English-
man preferred to spread marmalade on it
nstead of mustard! By these concoctions he
.'ontrived to nourish the people of Britain on
a minimum of imported supplies. (The worst
lailt was the shortage of fruit). His work has
been called "a miracle of improvisation".
THE STORM
When London has a storm of tropical in-
tensity, the newspapers are full of it next
morning. It happened last week. A great
many meteorological records were broken (
with inches of rain falling in a few minutes.
Personally, I was caught in the storm at I
night, on my way to the office, and walked
icross the deserted bomb-scarred district of!
this city with the torrents pouring down the ;
landscape looking like Hollywood's version
jf "The Rains Came"complete with light-1
ning flashes seen over St. Paul's.
Meanwhile, at the St. James's Theatre, thel
roof was leaking so that Miss Googie With-
ers, playing in "Winter's Tale", brought the
production to a stop and stepped across thel
stage in a raincoat while stagehands swept!
the rain-water away in front of her.
The Shaw Memorial Fund has closed itsl
books. This Appeal, after Shaw died, has
been one of the great failures. The Trustees |
thought they would collect a substantial sum
like a quarter of a million pounds by world-
wide private subscription. But only about
5,000 has trickled in. The intention was to
provide a fund to keep up Shaw's house
which Tie left to the National Trust, but left
no funds to provide for it. Admission fees
are no longer going near lo maintaining
"Shaw's Corner". Attendance has dropped
this year to half of last year.
n the Island, ernment.
iMirely wtM Certain stotistics were given
rs to pass, is to show how the work of this
ifferable department had grown In recent
The authorities must have the years to justify the. Increased
power to put a stop to this son staff. With the figures P"wed
of reckless disregard for the H wa* obvious that the work hart
safety Of others. increased considerably, but it
Where dot-* this ,'iuppen- Riht always seems to be a fixed law
at the top hend of Haras Hill! wh government departments
I cant tell if il happens every that their employees
must not
d
i i nil i ii-ii ii ii ii.i .ii'i'ii' iii-i i -
Sunday hut I had the nasty ex- beashed' or expected, to
pcricnee ..f geltm* OUl ondei these full day wot*.
Having had to work eight
in 1B52.
safety
the
Tor of his ways. Thnt sort of the ttteepest hills
thing is one which the new coun- where the road I
ril wishes to stamp out. and stamp enough for two <-
it out they should, even if it Irri-
'.i'.'.v
The editorial reminds Barbados
Hint responsibility either sobers or
destroys. The people who ran Bar-
l-ados about fifteen years ago gave
similar reminder as they thought
the activities of certain persons
Irritating and unnecessary. It
these people had hid their way
nnd the populnce had not respond- 'mZZ' uV;;'suVuVav*~In "^u7- Having had to work
re DRWesstvtty to the moving l':",,n Sundays in sue houn a M ffi Jq mAp
spirit* who were alleged to be n wmcthlns llvln* and lo ""** mv "**
misers, rabble,rousers and sedl- * ,,r Am the bTS- '<>* payments. It is very galling
tionlsts, we would not have had a 'l1*'1" ' w. w"' l* tron Workers' Union Automobile Association try to get Jff_ "*, UJ -11 nu
When the noble leader of th? something done
Workers' party ascended the stepi
of the House of Assembly at th
end of the last election with
large majority, he should neither
have been bent on soberness nor
i uin. His motto should have been
to fight against reaction and fcn-
nctlvity. This is the motto of the ot
. I MUCH < the Union The (ifS'R- -'" """ lading Article from people who work and pro
most Insignificant member of the "/"'" iha duce. :. very substantial pan ol
1'nion wishei to know what Is go- co-oeeinauon in the ad- that which they do produ
Ing on as well as those who are v_erllMI,S* Of Barbados a* a Tourist should be expected to require It!
irritated Resort and y..u quite rightlv employees to DSske s>mc show of
Heaven help us when those with JrnA,oultJh"J. 7:V; "f the revenue putting In a real day's work or,
, .p,,.,...... iioe i f.,i-t saass "' "wod ceiaiaUtat is snail sre ssg icn houc. .tii.
of sobriety to lull them Into a *PfJ". " advertising. snrtra t-o hours might make it
tate of callousness and indlffer- rtiis statement stands in direct possible to get more work done
Oca, Let it be remembered that contradiction lo some made recent- by u,e same number of m-
N'ero fiddled while Rome burned '>' ,n the House of Assembly ptoyees, thereby easing in a small
I*t them remember that actions yS voJS was naw0(, Tnn' way the burden which we tax-
IDSefc louder than words and that debate is published in the Official payers have to bear to support
It Is an Insult, for instance, to s\ig- Osaette of August 4th. 1B52. In the alarming number of slow
gest that there is no sympathiser th discussion the employees of working, few hours per week
government Job holders.
Yours very truly,
Income Tax office slating thai
OrdowthavetewsHforlfaws. the,r .hou of wwk ", i:9
paper Headlines of an accident ;m- " 3.00 pan., a gran.1 lotal
there first? r an hours for the usual
Ynnr* r>lihfitv workday, and from 10.00 a.m. to
VSi I Y MAN " " ^"urdays. or a
Ic/rerfrsin^ Harbwlo* Surelv a department wh I the Ediror. The Advocate. reason for being l< to take away
vour *
with laboui u In, Is capable of say. the Publicity Cnntmittee
holding a vice-presidency in the berated and accused of show.ng
Union. Let them remember that daaxtaunatlon,
.or leader once alleged to be a If eenpia of colour are Ill-treated
erouser, a rni.l.lerouserand a sedl- or offended at the Information editor's NOTEIt hi trot
BOTTAU
'icmist. is ii".. \, Commander In the Bureau the mntter should
Mot.t Distim-tiished Order of Saint brought to the attention of the
Michael ami Si (leorgc. Does this Colonial Secretary or the mem-
besptak a sobsting down or a get bers of the. i mmittec.
ruin* but this indiscriminate abuse of
1 agree thnt like Dickens'school people >.ho serve in public
boy. the Union must move forward capacities is not in the tvst
or backward, but thai it must Interests. A few
move. Let me, lest my criticism Manager of the Peasants' Loan
_ thai
the Income Tux Ii.-pa.rtni.-
open to ihe public from IS
to 3 p.m. but thr werklng hour*
an* 10 to 4 o'clock. Darin* the
la*t hour Ihe )nnior cheek re-
ceipts and cash and haad over
lo id- cashier This rule
adopted in other departments.
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oi
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, a**"*
Shaw left his Executors with a prublem
and the National Trust with a White Ele-
phant. He was always eccentric In his linan-,
cial affairs. He would probably be delight-
ed to learn that he excites much less public
interest now ho is dead, than when he was
alive!
In a few years' time the visitor to London
from distant Continents will eome by Comet
airlineror its jet-speeded successor. When
he gets to London he will step mlo a bus and
travel for one and a half hours to London
lakinc as long as the jetliner took to bring
him from Rome.
The only answer to this is the helicopter.
There is a possibility that each major inter-
continental airliner will be met and seen off
by a feeder service helicopter carrying its
passengers from the heart of London.
Last week British European Airways ex-
perimented with using the cleared South
Bank festival site as a helicopter base. The
tests were said to have,gone well. Partly
they were air-current tests; but also
attempt was made to discover whether heli-
copters coming and going would noisily in-
terfere with Parliamentary debates in West-
minster just across the river. It is now
known that the Honourable Member will not
be drowned by the aerial "egg beaters."
In Hampstead, in a window, seerf. a notice:
"Thoughts : do they help?**
Can you answer that"
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TUESDAY. Al'Cl'ftT l. l5J
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
rAGH FIVE
Clerk On Trial For Falsification Of Accounts
Boiler Wages
For Workers
In Trinidad
Mr. Solomon Hochoy. O.B.E.,
Commissioner of Labour. Trini-
dad, told the Advocate yesterday
that just a couple of weeks ago.
there was concluded an agree-
ment between the Shipping Asso-
ciation of Trinidad and the Sea-
man and Waterfront Worker**
Trade Union which in effect.
renewed the old aaraemei.l
which expired on July 31 and
which provided for substantial
improvements in the wage* and
working conditions of the work-
ers concerned.
Most Important features in the
agreement are the proposals to
Introduce a roster system of
engagement calculated '.o even
out among all the registered
workers, the distribution ol
opportunities so that there should
not be any wide variation in the
earnings between stevedore and
stevedore.
Mr. Hochoy who arrived her*
on Sunday by II W.I. A. for tht.
Meeting of the Regional Labour
Board which opened at Hastings
House yesterday morning, is a
guest at the Hastings Hotel. H"
was accompanied by Mrs.
Hochoy.
He said that a noteworthy
Ct was an agreement to exam-
the practicability of intro-
ducing a gratuity scheme for
stevedores on a non contributory
basis.
In the oil industry as well, an
agreement which operated for
the last two years had expired and
Knt negotiation* were about to
gin between the Oilfields Em-
ployers' Association of Trinidad
and the Oiifleids Workers' Trade
Union.
A* far as industrial develop-
ment was concerned, he said that
construction works were in pro-
gress on the cement factor)' and
the cotton textile mills had
started production.
Table Trnni*:
Three Witnesses
Give Evidence
THE TRIAL of 2-year old Keith Squires, a clerk, for
falsification of accounts on or about August 31, last year,
while employed by D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd.. began at Um
Court of Grand Sessions yesterday before Mr. Justice
J. W. B. Chenery. Three witnesses have given evidence.
During most of the evening sitting there was legal argu-
ment introduced by defence counsel Mr. E. W. Barrow, con-
cerning the admissibility in evidence of a statement the
defendant is alleged to have made to the Police.
When hearing of the case continues today at 10 a.m.
His Lordship will rule as to the admissibility 01 otherwise
of the statement. ., ,------_
Mr. Barrow > awociated with he look up hb dutleiJ> Cornp-
Mr F G Smith trwller earlier In inc >ear. he wat
The Hon. C.'wylle. Attorne! simsltal with the r.ooe.l> .f his
General, is prcecuting tor the staff. He thouht the wslMI at
Crown. This i Ml Hr.t appear- the bond was quite a rood one
anee here as Prosecutor but there were a 6* knP-*or.
Suulm Is chanced with bavins which hr believed mutht Dot
on or .bout the 31st at Auiusl. 'e lon generally apparent. He
1M1. wfaUa he ma cl.-rk or more or less blamed ma -
servant, of D. V. Scott ft Co.. Ltd., his own staff for the lop-hole.
with Intent to defraud made ,yMm ol cheeking rum
concurred ,n making a falsa enlry ,[,-", ,,, w M,|.c-
in a stock book hetonilMUMo or in ^wiuS? be impo-lbl,
the poseauon of U V. Scott hi. >^ ,,,. o( ,
employer, purporting to show thai fc ff ,h, .tem
at SI, ruravaU 1 2 and followed. Generally
Five Ships
Bring Cargo
Vr
tatkipi bra
on August _-.
S. the property of D. V. Scott &
Co Ltd^at^^SdeHridBcowrT sinking, the Government book.
and 2.820 proof wine gallons.
correct.
knowledge thnt the Government
books relating to excise, etc. were
in arrears. After the disclosure
| rum. there had been
stem eni-
Bond'* Compartments
The Attorney Oeneral said that ^_
the charge had arisen out of car- nitoraI,ons ,n ln^
Um happvnings at the Cheapside p)oved a, the bond
Rum Bond, where rum was kept Hc WBS awHre lhlll manv p^.
for blending. The bond was dlvld- p[p had acceSs tv , catk* of
ed nto several compartments, each [um wh|cn wpr<> ^ ^
of which belonged to a particular
firm in Bridgetownone to D. V. Book Shortage
Scott Permission had to be ob- He had never heard of exporta-
talned to blend rum and when it x^n 0f mm without entries being
was to be taken from the bond.-, made in Government books.
permission again had to be ob- There was a possibility that there
tatned. might be a book shortage. The
Monthly returns hadj to be nun wa5 supposed to be checked
made by the officer In charge
once a quarter, but he was not
Barbados Beat
Trinidad 41
Barbados convincingly defeated
the team from the San Fernando
Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago
Amateur Table Tennis Associa-
tion at the Y.M.C.A. last night.
Out of the five sets played, four
were won by Barbados.
His Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage, accompanied by
Major Denis Vaughn, -A.D.C. at-
tended the match. On arrival they
were met by Capt. H. H. Williams,
President of the Barbados Table
Tennis Association. Rev. A E.
Armstrong, Vice-President of the
Y M-CJU J'"n- i(- Chullanor,
M.l*C.7PaTron of the B.T.T.A
and Mr. A. DeL. Innlsv, President
of the Y.M.C.A.
The only local player to lose
his set was Norman GilL the
skipper. Frank Willoughby, Roy
Phillip*, Blair Murray and Camp-
bell Greenidge won their sets. Carl
Williams won the lone set for the
visitors.
One of the largest crowds ever
to attend Tabta Tenxds in Barbados
witnessed the math.
Carl Williams opened the ac-
count for the visitors when in the
first set of the night he defeated
Norman Gill 32.
In the second set Campbell
Greenidge broiiglrt honours even
by defeating Dr. Noble Sakar.
skipper of the San Fernando team,
Roy Phillips oasssVed F. Deby-
aingh In the following set to put
B.irbados in the lead.
Blabr Murray, giving one of the
heat displays of his career, defeat-
ed Arnold Mendes in the next set
each department in which he sntisflcd that that was alway-
showed the quantity of rum in done.
stock. Squires had been in RUn, could be taken out of the
charge of operations there for bond in the jruiie of empty casks
about two years. As a result ol it was the duty of merchants
a letter Squires wrote one Jones |0 eti(| |n monthly returns t.> the
(a witness) certain investigations Customs, There wer.1 no regula-
were made, and it was found that |t0nB | that effect, but a rule
the vats were empty. which had been circularised to
The Prosecution were not con- merchants some years ago inclurl-
cerned so much with the amount ,g D. V. Scott, this Rule might
of rum. but the false entry. not have been printed.
It would be shown in evidence. Re-examined, he said that if
too, that he made two contra- lh<. rum jj,* nM come tn the bond,
dictory entries on the same matter one would not have expected the
in different books. employee of any firm to enter in
Mr. Reginald Belt, Comptroller nls book that it had come.
of Customs, said that Mr. Jonei Gurwood Springer. Inspector of
handed him a letter which he took police, produced a book he said
to the Commissioner of Police he na(| taken from D. V Scott &
As a result of the Information Co Lld wriCn executing a search
contained In the letter, a check warram,
was made at the bond and 3.025 Cross-examined, he said he did
proof wine gallons were dlscoy- nQl ^ tnvth|ng lo ^^ hook
eied to be missing from D. V. which s^med to ^ a e*rtlftc-
ficott's section llon There was in the book an
Croas-Cftamined expression of opinion by D. V.
Cross-examined, ha anld that Scoti that it was a waste of time
the mlssiin; run.' w.is 'H the relying on the Customs books.
property of U. V. Scott. They Sgt. William Phillips said he
did not find the 102 casks which ioa^ a statement from Squires.
contained ttie missing rum. When __
Objection
Mr. Barrow objected to the
!ca^^Fmar.,,WwlS;fhbhIr
beat A. Moolchan.
The results were us follows
C. Williams beat N. Gil
2112. 1621. 1721, 2117, j
2116.
Dr. Sakar lost to C Greenidge .
2I_ii. 1821. 1521. 2116, w
1921
while legal argument was led as
to whether or not the statement
was admissible in evidence.
Mr. Barrow said that from the
udges* Rules, once a person
uld read and
te, he should
iged to write any
voluntary statement, and the
alleged voluntary statement had
F. Debyslngh lost to R Phillipi ^cn written bv Sgt. Phillips, de-
1021, It21. M21. 3pite Squires' ability to write.
A. Mendes lost to B. Murray Sgl Phillips 4121, 2220, 2325, 2117. hlm ceruin questions In the
1921. nature of cross-examination.
A. Moolchan lost to F. Willough- which, he was submitting should
by 21 IS. 1321. 21 12. 1921, not have been asked.
1621. The Attorney General said that
The Second Test will bo played Squires had l>een cautioned before
at the Y.MX'.A. Naval Hall un the statement WM taken, and he
Wednesday night. thought trie questions asked by
Md net the week-end
.'luc brought 140 carSOM
uf toilet imu) frum Wellington.
New Zealand, for Messrs. r
Geddcs Grant Ltd
AlV) included in her cargo wvp*
mutton lens, i-a.-t of corned beef,
(icklcd beel, che*'se. milk powdor
butter, bacon, ham* and boxes ol
i.^ tongue, liom Auckland.
From Christ Chuich it bntugnt
2.085 ca*e* a: corned beef for
Messrs. Jason Jones 4 Co Ltd
S.N. Alcoa Panner unloaded hri
cfcrgo which she brought from
hung and M.bile ami
sailed for Carlpito the same day
Fioni New Orleam she bmught
refrigerator parts, scratch feeo.
iotton goods, cornmcjl jiui 6-a
food.
Th's vessel also brought l,00t>
bags of flour from Me
Messrs. S. P. Musson. Son. & Co.
Ud and another 250 bags.
i'_S*. Trojan Star arrived with
oil stoves, cycles, bales of .i>(tm\
ill"e goods, cotton piece goods.
va uum salts, cement, chairs.
blankets, biscuits, castor sugar.
Jute twine, cenebills, cocoa, and
paint.
MBNCOrM
The Canadian 5A Ladv V- laon.
which arrived on Saturday morn-
ing and suited on Saturday night
for St. Vincent, brought sacks
of special bran, wheut. medicines,
office stationery, printing paper,
sausage flour, pork tins, pickled
pork, boneless smoked humv. hat
material and paint.
US. Bofkoop brought cheese,
potatoes, lawn mowers, ice cream
freezers, white wine, wrapping
paper and Martini vermouth from
Amsterdam; roofing and flooring
ill.-, from Antwerp, ironware,
razor blades and petrol stoves
from Hamburg; potassium nitrate,
artificial flowers and perfumes
from Bremen; 15 crates of onions
from Madeira; 1.413 bundles (
beech staves, 87 barrels of beech
heads and 45 bags of split peas
Irom Rotterdam.
Over the wfek-end the S.S.
Athelbrook took 103.755 gallons of
vacuum pan molasses from Messrs.
Jason Jones V. P. Molasses tank
opposite the inner basin She
arrived on Sunday morning- and
sailed in the evening for Trinidad.
CoriiMliic la consigned to
Messrs DaCosta fc Co. Ltd,; Alcoa
Partner and Trojan Star U> Messr*.
Robert Thorn; Lodp Nelson to
Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.
Ltd.: Botkoop to Messrs. S. P.
Musson, Son Co.. Ltd, and
Athelbrook to Messrs. Jason Jones
& Co. Ltd.
ROAD OIL. COLAH
Fifty drums of road oil and
475 drum" of colas were brought
to the Island by the Schooner
Burma D which called frum Trini-
dad over the week-nd.
Shortly before this, the Schooner
Amanda T brought 600 drums of
colas from Trinidad.
Schooner Frankly 0. R.. which
arrived from British Guiana,
brought 114 tons of firewood, 800
bags of charcoal. 60 wallaba polM
60S pieces of lumber, nine pieces of
sawn greenheart and 13 package?,
and 15 bunches of fre-Ph fruit.
The Motor Vessel Cartuber
arrtved from Dominica yesterday
with 72 bags of copra, 31 casks,
six crates and two barrels of fresh
fruit and other general cargo
These vessels are all consigned
to the Schooner Owners Asso-
ciation.
Sgt. Phillip* quite in keeping with
the Judges Rules.
When hearing of the ease re-
sumes today. His Lordship will
rule as to whether the statement
IS admissible.____________
Chauffeur'*
Inquest
Adjourned
Further hearing in the inquest
ounce rung th*-
Hope. a chauffeur of Jackman's.
.'ied >cx-
Urday until Thursday. August 21,
v m ip Mi T A McLeod,
i District "A".
Hope died at the General Hos-
pital some homs after he was ad-
mitted on August 3.
Yesterday when hearing re-
unwd PoUeg Cosaslihsg 308 Carl
Deane I. in the court that on
AukusI 3 .ibout 45 a.m he arrived
.it the Bi-ltton'a, Hill Sliition .ml
saw in the Station OflUe PoUc*
Constable 400 Taylor. Cpl-
Edwards Police Constable 365
K^Ktin ltd. Police Constable 460
Richards and a man whom he ob-
.erved wi
WH being searched His nhirt uaa
taken i tT end bmi Mi vesM ,!-
ciocua bag in the form <<( a hut
When he this he 'aid:
"This is the robust man who
had attacked Mr H.oomes Don
St Luo .i f"w week;, ago on the
Pine Road." After the bag was
taken off there was I -tniiK
around his ne.-k and at the end
.>t the string wa* an automatic
pistol
After this was taken off Cpl
Edwards gave instructiniij, that the
prisoner be handcuffed. Police
L'onstiiblr Bannister who came
from the barrack Room hand-
cuffed the prisoner who waa
placed In a chair.
A search was made for pistols
leported missing or stolen and
afterwards It was discovered that
the revolver the prisoner had WM
leported stolen.
Strikes Head
The prisoner left hla chair and
ran towards the front door.
jumped and apparently burst the
door nh his head and shoulders
He collided with the bannister
and fell on his back, striking the
hack Prt of ha* head mi the
i-mciited steps and started ui roll
.lown ihe steps.
'I made an attempt to hold Ihi
prisoner, but fell on my right
hand When I got up I saw the
prisoner at the bottom of the step*
lying on his back and PC. Sandi-
ford who had arrived In the van
was standing over him,' P.C
Deane told the court yesterday.
Police Constable 460 Netura
assisted In lifting the prisoner
and took him back lo the Charge
Boom. He also helped in liHir.r.
the prisoner.
Soon afterwards Iimpector
Springer arrived with Inspector,
liild. Station Sergeant Bancroft,!
nd Police Constables 449 llrew-
ster and 311 Husbands.
Tor prHoner was taken to Dr.
A S ('..to who ordered that he I
be taken to the General Hospital.)
Sugar V.rop
Is Record
Major I'ln



Uw ratal* i
and the Trade Unions are ex-
cellent.
This, ' said, has been
it. tins year*! iusjh nop wnlca
tearing completion and is expect-
cunl OtUgaiL TbU will be quite an
Improvement ov< i
best rr-p o* about 44.500 torn ....
r*su
Ifajot QreU arrived on Frs
in the I ady \elson to attend the
Meeting of the i:
Board and is a guest at '
Royal.
In an endeavour to
the standard of skilled
the Tiade Ciuon. erallsinen am:

at ng a schame of Indentured
tip and tradi
At the munieni tharl
iiaiiou on Induatrtal wallara, ta
provision of canleiis i
and other facilities f..i arogkan
in SI. Km
nio") ro-opcrativc vi i .'1
the Trade I'nlnn and tfcl
Department and are anxious to !
da strarythlng aithin lhatr means!
to Improve the oaoctttloa of me j
in all ilelds.
7p.EHr0SC0TUH0.
in vacuum t^
Morrb PromoCad
In Salvation Armv
Major Walter Mom*. DivisKaial
Commander of The Salvation
Army In Barbados, the leeward
and Virgin Islands and St l.una.
was recently promoted to n'
rank of Senior Major. g9* pfO
motion dating from Thursday 7th.
AUguat,
l*M Senior Major, who re-
ceAvad hi training in London,
England. In the son of S.t\ itn "i
Army parents, and has himself
been in the Ser\-ice for 26 years.
Me ei.ininanded the Army's work
In British Guiana for over four
years prior to being ap|>ointed
here three monMr* ago. Hu caraei
also Includes over oam
.n Territorial and the AsMx-laled
Headquurlni-s. Kingston. Jainaic >.
on administraUve work.
LESS EMPLOYMENT IN
BRITISH HONDURAS
BrttUb lloiul..!.. i bag !. ,.i .
backs sseantly in em]
through the falling oil ol th*
demand m foreign nark
the two major forest pnMucU
mahogany and chicle. Mr. E. P.
Bradley. the colon v's Luboui
Officer told the Arivtc.t. i
day.
Mr. Bradley arrived here on
Supday by B.W.1A. from Tnn,-
dad after having travelled Vat
Ouatanulg and Panama. \U- .
guest at the Marine Hotel.
He said that another Pal
tiibutlng to ihalr -et bark In em-
ployinent was tin- oloolng dokfn .1
one or two CDC dev. lopme:r
IBs] it was hoped thai
the condition was only temporal-)
With regard to Hal Man
condition or Brltian Hondurae, i
id that anno ,| w
*cheme showed good signs of
progrr-s and in agri ulhire, toe
production of com and othoi
napie oropi mis limialiig. The
pOSlUOn of Hie small |,|.nt,., |,i
aiprovi i pprnldirob within m
past few years and hi
le dispose of all his nop, ,i
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BJS< -
AlU:.,.-o is drawn to Ih Cootro* of Prtce tDefence> lAmBOi!-
rant) OrOer. 1B52, No H which will be published in Um Offki.i.
Gazette .1 Monday. 18th August. 1*32.
2 : rider this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
price, ol Milfc-CondensedOther Brands", "Beef-Corned and "Bleai-
Fresh ft FrozenBeef and Mutton" are as follows:
AUTUD lumiNSON
Drax HjII. Bopr.
*l Oaoiav
IS M B
a, up rota....,! OFFICIAL
our Oflhw. Lnoaa i BARBADOB
NOTICE
XT-CHUNG B l. UKM| atMball
_..allinaliot.a In Citro Ava,u-
STRATH CLYDE "I Michael, .Undine
7 (MM qll.iir feet oT '-nS. and ron
IIK ' ^iO il"- .i-l^rnt-li*, ili.-
aiid linina rooms. 3 badiooou. rath
. a ........ klWhaii *
Watai and SUrctrVl
( and Barvanti" room
Ir.aparUon on appllfBtlon to Ml.. IV.
iiiathrWdr. Dial BN*
rha property wlU ba oat up for Ml
publlr comptUUon at our oraoi
m Btreat, Brtala^town. on nid*
Ih Auf'i'i at > p m
YCABW<;oD BUYCC.
puendrs-
>skm
.(.!<
uisuni run -\ ninrriTii rasaBbI
KBtXU. IUI-A HBAi Dalrndan
IN purauanca of an Ordar in Ihli Cour
In the abova uctlon mad* on tbr IMI
d-v uf July. 1*03. 1 .v* MUM to at
navind or c
_fTactin Ba
BbSSSB rr- I
OFFICIAL NOTICE
N mi; roiBT o i man* m
ccount of their clam i wtui their wi
d by me on any TOoodaj or Fi
>* the afwmoon at tho gisatti
dSM
-, pemm.
j- r traiia* id or
^, ..-t.:,i Ml trBaj
in Office Pubitc Bn
H order thai aucb
rt pi tor. I-
MilkCondensed
Other Brands
WHOLa-ALE PRICE
(not more than)
tins
$14.16 per
48 x 14
$24.74 per case of
48 x 12 oz. Una
$ 6 IB per 12 x 12 oz
Una
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
S2c per 14
per 12 i
, I S #-clorli M
tiiWP.. beloir Ska OP, > "Jliaani !'-
rep-awaa en .r-1 ranked aaeo-dSaa ta. U t-
aUarartoa uch paraoni arlll bo preetu^*.. from Ule C-noBn of
deprived (( sd eUlma on r odalnot the oaM propel^
Plaintiff K.iON Al.TMA-N
Dtfendant' LOUIS
dacroe and ba
AM. THAT
tore tosetfta* with tho Is.-rt horeon
iisrv......iimiii I OSS aOAiar* laet ti Vaat
tlsrat eontalnmi by l____
am* aaon Of loaa alluate in Swan Street m UM Cl*< Of Brldaatoain
t. that SBMM BbrtSlni and Bounding en tanda and prrmlaaa now or
IM of W B. Ooll on Buab) a Ally and on Bwan gtreet aforoaaM or
however eUe Um ibh may but and bound
Hill Filed 11th Hay. UBS
Dated Aufiut. issa
H WBOJAM9.
Bedirtiar-m-Charxen
It S Wan
MEAT
Beef
ilaaaa
i.vi mauled
llumi Ain mil.
on ur.M
HOUSES
w i a *'
v-s
LrACH HOtgg tro
h lour hod 11* 111. houiir
il St Uwr.
l> .vhorie, trrnuerntnr i
BLKiSASa-Unii
At BJnaiJt Zlra-'
C >*. Attl-CtL
K^na, Ciaroga fOM do
owed aaa balh.rnj. Phoi
4IS1 (Of appoinUiwnl.
imjmmI Iri-.i
flaidmi. I
.11 Lunao*!
BUNOAt-OW-On M>a. Main Boad I1
B>gs. Ytey conifoitabi> fumlHied. 1
U-h ba*" 1 l" dream. B (v,
KvfM Vrraitdm. iromSapUU
-( II I U-l
Mj
Avenue. UaUevI i
Available lit BeiiU...
ir Mod
ll.CNEZBK snuat.O -i Oroeo
Gap, *M*r Buion Schoul Drawina I
dminff room.. bedroom, tollot j
1 i.. V.tei and r.le*tnr.t) APP 7' <-
MarahaU it* Fire Brigade- Pi
Hoad. Borvh Hall_____________" ''*-
FLAT-Modnii, Maude. fuli> lurnl.
Flat for month nf d.pui.
Goa. Electric BririHrator r
't l^.tlin.0 Apv.- to Moreao
Ft,t. SI. Ldvianca Cap Phoi
THUfKS One IHO Dual Ooai
urk sad oni tMO Cherol*t truot. _
o..| woiUlng order. Naw tyi*. Can br
rcn at Lod-e Stone Woia
Pial
I'll
r SrD
by tho Company.
,_ Lo-je Hill
Kolth tUyilde.
II I SSn.
EI^CTRICAL
l>Kll.l.S
iloleflun. Jl
DrUl BUndi D-CoHa
l>epl
G B.C BBTrllorBAToH P*
rirot cIom condition, attractive b.
i uMWlfo Apply L
lillar. Bead Street Dial 17S1
public
s it
3.00 n
I Mag
Inlrreet In or any lltn or irrumbraiKe
affertlng all that certain ptcca or par
of land aftuaie at Holheraal Turning
UM partah of Haint Michael and liaand
-li.ie.airt cnnuinlnR by admaoiurerr.cnt
two rood, or thereabout, abultin. and
bouMdinc on land, now or law of Mabel
BonncM, on Und. now or late of Camilla
O ftandlford on land, now or late of
Manoah Horila on land, nuw or late at
'l r.i-i- '( i,,.i i bjSm ,i,.,.,!.
and on a rood ovr which Uicre la *
iiaht of way ba the public road or how-
aver rlM the ana may abut and bound,
'to brms before dm an account of theU
luld c .im. wlUt Uotr witneaoM. doeu-
vouchoro. Mi be aaamlned
any Tueaday. or rnd*,/ be-
hour. of IB i noon i and 1
. the afternoon, at Uw OBlcc
of the Clerk of tho Annum Court of
will b* Ml up for .ala BE I Appeal at the Court Honoe, Brldgotown.
petition at our office. J.me- before the SOth day of loptornbei
I'm hi isdou -On the ms stall
weir. Coatt. Chen* Church, otandlag or menu aBd
1 rondi IS perehea of Und Onupt tor # by me OR
c. WomT -nd -leetrte .-rvie-o In- I Wn. th.
d tnppaetlon by PJ>n>m5n' *" '"
,cn.nt Mr. Roach Dial ."081
, Friday the BBh Auguat IBM
"HUTCHlNftON A K***')**^
iTeth b Frozen
Hind Quaru-i U.
Round. Rum.,. Sirloin. Short Ribs
Thick Flank ..
(b) Fotb Quarter
Roust and Steak
Brisket, Stew and Soup I
M
(a) Legs and Loiru. ..
(b) S *llder
(<) St-w
SKIPPING NOTICES
lc. per lb I
IB.
omuL, .vnuur, n
.IMAM! U V LOUTSD
SIC.
4Sc.
I rrp.nl m| Uii. .
IStb Augusl. 1052.
lO.i.SJlw
OFFICIAL NOTICE
ic inetructed by btra C *
o( Brlllor,. Cottage. Brltl"..-
lo offer for Mle about SS.000 tqwrn
it land foimlno part of h*r prop
known a. Button* Cottad* "II
U cn.loMd on three Okt.O With ,
. IA DIO-CRAMOno
ill HalllcratUi
condition Apply
VallsbrooK" Biver
LIVESTOCK
i..
i. Hp
I
KlILXV-ON SE_\
Inariator and IdldBBon
m in*i mia
it e M- :
TO AW APPBOVSU TBBAJfl
an^dl fvtmUhed fiat ' bcdroom.i i
j'aviiutn Court for Uiroa month*. i
t.rnbor to Novambei Phone 4'l
WASTED
BKOLIBH RACCHOBSrS FLINO
I'BAUON 3 rial colt *, Dania out of
Swoot Cygnrt Abarford t year seidimj
Slch am of tatty rv* Both
mgiand Apply a.
Hill. Bt Jamoa
it s M-a
alcott. ApM I
MECHANIC Ala
tBIOB MaCVCIJS BM H" I
1 inr a child J I
.icman, Cneapaide Telrphoi
lg I SI H
... W.U Bhd th,
-t vlow over the harbour
.ould be BOkt oa whol*.
.i ..ir than four lots.
n. aMBB I
Tbr
All eliquirtr* *houl-l
.... vindernsned
CABBINQTON A 9CALV
Lucoi Btreet
It Sg-Sn
_.. that turn claims may be
jcMirdlnr to thd nature and pikirtly
thoroof reapooiively; otnorwlse iuch
pereoos wUl b. pre. ludad from th*
benefit of th' Mtd Decree, and bo
drprtved of aU Claim on or again*! UM
... 0 proper t-
( launante Br .Uo notlBod thai U.ey
nuil attend tho said Court on Wedneo-
i-y. the -tlh day ol September. ltsS, .t
i o'claek bjiv whoa Inetr iald calms
will bo ranked.
oivan under my hand tAls loth day of
July, MM
T. O TALMA
Clerk of tfco AMl.tanl Court of
Appeal. A.
1.1 7 Mm
BABBAIK)*
EM TBB COIBT OF CMAJU B
Ii. lunu-nee of the Chsncrrv Act. IBIS I d,. hereby give ndtaM "**"*
havlnc in MalfMnff am estate. right o- Intereal or ony lien or inejmbn.no- u. o
aflectma ih. property herevnafler mentlonod tne properly of tho defendant to brlni
befor.- ine an .ccpunt ol their eJuinS with their wltneoM*. documents mid voucher
me on any Tuesday or rYldav between the nouro of II nOo
afternoon nl the Begl.tritlon Office Public Building'. Bridfi
VAUAMSSOSA Constitution Rd
CtpooHT^WnT Park All fnod-r.
'^icnceT For full .*#&&
IM III-H NOTICES
BMjgiag
BtjMa -
deprived
Cargo accopWd on Uuwuajti BUIa
idlng for un>h!pm*nl at Ttlnldad
nnuah Guiana leeward and WMdOBlS
Uianda.
further parUoHlora apply
OB.. !...
A cost* CO.. iM..
p9*0*0+i***099W09**mm
* \HniBBE' will
nccoti Cargo and Puirnian for
Donuiuca, Anus ... Montserrst.
hrvU and St Km.. Sai.mg Wed,
Th* M V "MONBKA will accept
rargu and l*asana>er. for Dom-
inica AnUgu.1 MontMrrat, Nev-is
and Bl Kltt- falling rtday agnd
n and ranked sjccordlng lo the nature and priority thereof retpeetlvel'
turn persons will bo precluded from UM benefit, of .inv decree and i
t all claim* on or >aalitit th* sold property .-...aw-,
Plslnttlf: HlfOH OWEN SAINT Ul-AIH cVMUf-BBATt-H
Defendant: T O BBAI.Y A CO. LfMrTTD 1
AIJ- THAT certain place or parcel of land situate near Warner* w ine |
jMri.h of Christ Churehano Island aforooald lormorly .upssoMd to oon-
^M^SU^Co-
bv estimation Foui
thvnrabuuU but l0Ua*1 SJ I
i (Vve S>->** and all peich. or thereabout, sbuttina and bou
i( Wsrnors Plantation mi tin- BaM on la
of E. Best, M 11 H Sullivan
the South on Undo of Graeme I
on o road and on the Wen on
i may abut and bound
mf, on the North ...
f..irvrl of Allen Walcott but
me estate of J HnynM dacosood on
pl-ptaUon on lands of T Co* and
public road ur however else the *am
BM. Filed taut January. ISSB
Dated AuffusL "O*
POULTRY
.TRY 13 Imported readv to lav
!, Kock Pullets A.A
Apply to Erie Donnv. BrUlu*
Bac* Rock 1 aS-In.
NOTICE
FARISB OF ST PIIILir
Afullcatlons (or tho Post of Nurse
Ih- SI- Philip's Aln.ahous* will NT
c-ived by the undagSagno* up to son
,1,. JSth Auaust IBS!
Applicant* must be qualified
NvnS - with their *PBBS Mr "fflg^
CerUfUalea as well as thalr CorUBeale.
rem^.cce2ful candidate will ^be re
qnucd to assume duUos on lh U>
s. pu inber. ISBl
In further particulars may be oo
tailed from the Parochial Tree-Awe* -
OffM
I I'LUKTS- Pure Bred ^Baned Bock
< Tohn'A?.e,n. -*
HrXP
ClEKK i I
, with a krowUdge ol Bhori
..,. P.. .
AHilftob.. " "\'
H.H.C Debt. M I ">'*lin. -v.
i ireau-l laHcUl conBdonilal
S Petei
- Hl-i
II
ii- |AU H siosilstl r*"'i
rwo Puro Bred Bull Mi.xifl
Puppies, three month* old .,f"f,,1""
f-.-jrSi-n.cM Kittens. Male and fjm.U,
Clerk t
| W SCOTT.
I Board of Guardian*
at phiiip
is a w "ii
FOM SALE
M1S ' TOVI< r.l." 1 Bun... TJ
Mn4*l WICfclM. CD0..1.. "Wi >"
D.HHI B..I.IW" Ol, Slo^.. 1-"'.
D..h A co Tu*.t .m" }~J
OFFICIAL SALE
IIARBATMrS
IN TB* ASSIgTANT COtTIT Ol
APPBAL
iDjuitsble JunsdK-lioni
WKNDELL CLARON aillFTlTII. I'latnUfT
KKCELL lOI-k SEALY Defendant
NOTICE Is hereby given that b,' virtu.
of an Order of the AMt.tant Court of
Appeal dated U>e lOUi day ol July, IBM
there will bo sot up rnr sale to tiu^nlghcji
bidder at the Office ol the Clerk ot me
AuIMant Court of Appeal at the Couit
Iti'UM. Bridgetown. beiw*rn the hOvin
f It moon) and 3 o'clock in the aft*i-
ii on Friday, th* JSth day of Septein-
nt 10>3 all thai certain piece or parcel
I land .itual* at ltgtheifc.1 Turning In
lie pariah of Balnt Michael ..nd Island
ilvresald contammg by admraiuremrnt
u rood, or thereabouu abutting and
.minding on Und* now or lal* of tflaBel
!U.n.-tt an land, n-w OT Urto '
i Bandlford on land, now or lato of
1 moah Morn, on l-nds now of late ol
he Eal-tc of Donald Clarke, deceased,
ind on n roafi over which there I. -.
ight of way lo Uie public road or h.,w-
v'er elM the ume ma,- abut and boui.il
nd tf UM than oold the Mid propertv
Oui Fflgay belween the airs hour, until
he uai is Mid far a sum not leas than
Dated tBai 10th_day_ ot^July.^ ISSS
ii .vii.i.iA'.:-
turfpslrai-ln-Chsiiirrv
IIIB
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS
fN TB COt'BT
i II \Ni I KV
CANADIAN SERVICE
Hails
MeaUMl
July *>
August
Clerk of Ine A..ii
P O TAtAtA.
'%&&.
Sjkafj --hH-tBMl
nnKtrggtV BBp'jWBt pIMrs. ****?*:
pliers, HackMws. Tappet pannor.
Get your rrqulrements atCheUc.
g. ilfgO. Umlted P"""1B*,,1_gn
I hi- public
FURNISH TO-DAY
MAROUANY S CFBAB WaU
Np A Bewewed a
Ml Cedar or Mahogany and Cedar
, \ ,.,ii.. Stonla. Simpler DTeS.lng
Tables. Full panelled and olher
ltr.l.ieads, Wa.drob-. WailuBarida
TABlJtS for Dining. Cwktails.
Radio A Docorallon. """'*
CUnt ttools. CabloeU for t hiri*
! Berh-oom. Wagyfons, BldeboaFd.
DBAWkNlI RCIOM ""i" '"
raned Bttft '' '' "' ***:$;
ma. Seltre. A-mchOlr- VP'^
1 Chuirv und V.r- Other Tb.o*.
j mrY TODAY AT MONEY-BAV-
INO PRICTB
LS. WILSON
A pursusnee of the Chancery Act. ISM I do hereby give notice lo all
haetng or claiming any estate, right or interest or ony Uen or incumbrance In *" ting the property hereinafter mentioned ithe property of the defendant' tn
nrlrg before me an "account ol their rlatins with lh*lr wltnrssee. documents and
voyrhers to be eaumined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between UM houra of
|3 noon and 3 o'clock In the aftesnoon at the Ba-gutratlen Office, Public Building-.
BrMffrtown, before the Hth dav of September. ISM In order that nucti ilalmt Bu\> be
reported en and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respecuvelv.
otborwiM such persons will bo precluded from the benefit, of any decree and be
tfeprlved of all claims on or again.I the said property
I'laiiiUff. ROSALIE EBTEIXE ANN ALLEY NX and
THEODORE WOODLEY AIaLEYNE
Defendant: CRESESCO A1XUMDO COItPlN
Proper!. First all thai certain piece or parcel of land part of the land* of s
plantation or place called or known any the i.hih -' THE lUfAK'' .Ituale in
th* parlih uf Saint Janus la this Island containing bv admeasurement latxord-
Ing to an old Plan thereof dated the Sth day of Auguat 1S0I and made b>
L W Clarke, Sworn Surveyor) t Acre* 37 j. Perchna. A bulling and Bound-
ing on the Berth on lands formerly at the estate of James L- Gasktn decesied
but now Of ta* estate of one Rurrowee deceased on lands of Elliabeth
Lawrence on the East on lands formerly Of George Gnskm but now of Aichlbgld
Hall Ihe esUto Of E T. asurrowes deceased and UIibo Webb rMpecUveiv
on the South on lands late of Jacob Burrows, and Kltuv Plgimtt but now ol
Th. .jiiii.u* Hoyte and on lands late of George Oaskln bul now of A L. OUI
n.l on the West on the Seashore and all accretions of me name Jte* by th<
receding of the sea whatever the same may be up to high water mark, the
aid parcel of land being intersected by Ihe rub lie Road running norm ine
Bouth from Bridgetown to apclghtatown: Together with the messuage ot
dwaUtagboUM thereon called "THE RISK"-and all and every the crcello-
and buildings on the paid land erected aad bulll standing and being aim
SECONDLY ALL THAT certain other parcel of land calao part of Ihe takl
tlsntatlon or place called TIIE BISK"i containing b- estimation 4 Acre-
11. Perches more or I*m ibelng part of the area shown oo the Mid pun to
Contain 0 Acras 31, Perches) Abutting on the Bast on lands of Canard
PunUUon and on lands now or laU of Philip Johnson el al on the Nnrtii
on land! late of Aaron Haynea decaaud but now of the mortgagor being
UM parcel of Und herein thirdly described on UM West on lands late of Mi-
Hall, George Gaskln et al. Mr. Marshall. Mary Green and Charles Bran.n
iciDCCUveU but now of the estate of" one Inlils* ileccsMd. J Lawrence, tin
eaUus Of one Blackett deceased. D Marshall. M. Tutl. the e-'ite -I B 1
Bur I owes drceasod. and en* Small lea pec lively and on a parcel of land con-
mining 1 Acre S Perchss devised by the will ol Ida Jane Coppln ilormei
owner of the uid property) to VR>H*t Horoldln* Clarke and on I Acre ..
land derlsed by UM same will lo BUrtla Montroae Vaughn or however c:s:
,h __^ k. .butting and THIRDLY ALL THAT certain other parcel of land
adjoining the above d-ac.il.eu Und. of 'THE K-SK conUlnlng by eeUnullon
lArre t!\0r or US* Abutting on Unda now or u-te of Edmund BresisUtt or
other ISISiil of -TM RIJJK'- on Undo now or late ol Many Ann Knight ar.d
on lands of ono Tull or nowerer else the aam* laabutiing the .aid M*l
uurcel. of Und horoditament-a and praatusoe boSnaj the propert> oi gne
ilifendant.
ii rued, lot July, isos
Dated SIM July. ISM. H vtUAJAM^
R*a-istra r-1 n Ch ancar y.
13.1 SX-n
KIM' -ARNETA" AviSuit *S Sept. 3 Sept. IS Sept IS 3*PI. sept 15 30
NOBTBBOUKB
A STEAMER Apply :-DA COSTA Due Us i bed* seoun.bar Lswreneo River Ports lllb. fee ERVKB Bt-
fc CO LTD CANADIAN S
NEW YORK SERVICE
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
A STEAAfKB sails 11th July, arrives 3nd August
A STEAMER sail' JUI July arrives loth August
i steameb sail. Mih August arrives 30th Auguat
A rnTAMKil tails JtSth August arrlTto I3th September
v STEAMER .alls lllli September arrives 31th September
I'.lUlr HI THOM LTD.NEW YORK A til'LF SERVICE
Seven * '
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BABJIAIXIS
IN TNE COt'BT OF CHANCBBT
In pur.u..nce of the Chancery Act. ISoS I do hetrby give notice lo all person.
navlng or claiming any eeutc. right or Interast or any Uen < incumbeaiice in
nffi-Cling the piopertv herein-.(ter mention"! the property of the defendant to nen *
before me n account ol their claims wltn -heir wllneosee. document, and
- e.amlned by mo on an- Tuesday m FYld.v between the koure ol 13 nooi
,,.l,k in the afternoon .1 the itoffatKtaSn Ofnce. Public a>uM|naji tdgi
bef. the Ih day of Ckrta*er. IBU In order Ihat lUCti elaim
reuorted on and ranked according to the natuie and i
. ,ch bisons will be precluded Horn the benefit. ..' an* decree and be
deprWyd of all cUlma em or egainst th* Mid property
Plaintiff LINDSAY EJtCfl. i:YEBCi(.N G1U.
Defendant: CLYDE HABCOUKT MAHSUAM
PLBST ALL THAT certain pice or parrel of land iHuate at Seal. Hall
In ihe partah of Saint John In this Island conUlnlng bv adnLea.ure-
I ons acre ten perch*, oi 'hen-'I- uli AbuItU g and fiouiidng or
MJMB f Palmers PUnUU.-i on and* ol r Sl-..-pherd and on Uu .P*"?lw
H.ud or however elu the m* mav abut and bound together wllh the
me.auagr or dwelUnghOuu and all and .InguUr other the b.nldi
ercetlon. on the Mid Und i retted and bum rtand
Um appurteriant-r* ANT} BECOM'IY ALL THAT cer
of Und also umau at B*olv riall in the .-id parish of
(Ma liaand containing two acres or thereabout* Abutting
Udea on lands of Palmers. PlanUllon on bjnd.-.....
,ind bring >
nUBmVS lll.on T1HMMES
for you lo .elect from, prices MM 1rom
$17.40 lo $46.76
/#/# I l:\IH If. EMPORMVM
Corner Broad a Tudor street*
H WUJ.1AMH
Registrar-,'.-.') in
10 II
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CANADIAN SERVICE
From Montreal, Halifax and St. John
sr-ji'Ai.r
"IINI.IO -
SUNDIAL-
"SUNWHTP'
"BRUNO"
IS Julj-
30 July
14 August
30 Aug
SI July
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. AUGUST IS. 1*52
Good Performances In Intermediate Cricket
Inniss Hits 149
U. I. UPSETS JAPAN IN RELAY SWIM
THE KIKT1I SEB ES in Iniernn i matches
... and thera wen kmhc '"* performance*
wlrrs Fine weather continued through*
iim- on inist ;roundi then
: Pickwu-k al numbi
18 runa before he was caught b\
-.lien I'ickwick met P>lir.
at K( y tnniaa tut 19 lours oil
and his contribution enabled his tide
which batted the wholed 'A inns f i the lo iiol

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49.
When Mumi Irawn
i had replied wll'i 74 runs Hurk* c Byivo* I
for the lorj rrf "a- wh-ke:
Empire dismissed Y.MJ.C
M inntnfK for lit runs
aad tta onl| batsman thai ihow-
In the Empire
attack was opening batsman B.
I ad 40
... n oul leg l>efoi
it.r arlaket V I
Kine took fun wickets (or U
runs In 16 ivers and M. Armatrni
medium pacer tn-ik
19 runs in nine overs.
When -tumps van owen
Empire had test Bva *( their
mug j. Bn. r --p. d anim
At Mental bum
- **ftan bacttns
l
then Itral innings
Mental Hmpit.il ride. N. W>d T<..,,
bad a Koorl knnek will I
scored fS run Ul One ft*-* He ... i u i
ay* at ease against tho Spartan vs. Mental Hospital
bowliiik At Blaek Boek
CArTAlN AND ANCHOt man ol tho U. S. team, June* McLane, of
Akron, O., finishes a spectacular spurt that Insured victory (or the
Americans In the 800-ir-eter free style relay swimming event at the
Olympic Games In Hall laid A few feet behind him Is T. Tanlkawa, of
tho Japanese team With McLane In the record-breaking water race
win Wavoa Moore of Yale, and Eord Konno Hawaii, flnternor'ono''
BOWUKfl ANALYSIS
Pfaaoed

Kin-
Amotv
Hiilrhin*
Taylor
Weather May Rob Hutton:
India Need 228 Runs To Draw
SBCOVD UIVISIOX CUOLKT:
l^mpire Score 180
For 6 Declared
EMPIRE in their cricket match ana.ir.st Foundation
1'ui.iiion scored 180 runs for six ticket- Icclared on
Saturday the first day in the Fifth Series of Second Division
Cricket matches. H. Brewster was undefeated with 17
ruhs and i> LyDCfa was also not out for 40.
The wicket was perfect and the Emnire batsmen
bustled to loach a score *.it which they eouW Hectare.
When slumps wew dr.iwi Foundation had scored 75 runa
for the lui,s ol ttnu wickei*.
out 10, R Norwue :!
., 411)
I
tour wickets. 4
At t entrnl
Harrison College 168 (D. Wil-
liam* 73. V. K.r Hal 15 and
'ral has already Rained < A. Ntcholls four for 14 runs.)
innings lead when they Central IH0 runs fot Ihl I
ISO ruhs f<>r the lOBj c4 .hree wirkels. (C, Hinds 77 and
vkaWbl when .tumps w.r. F Storey 25).
C Hinds contributed 7." (.reward vs. Combermere
r,nd T. Storey 2S.
At Fosters. Combermere scored At Fosters
161 runs against the howling ot Combermere 161 (Mr. Hughe*
it.ward and Mr. Hughe* who ,.Gt out 73. A. Alley ne 13. O-
I- Oxtail H m
l ittmg first knocked
With L. Willl il

f. i Caatral wen- v. Kuag **
.k nve ol the Collage
l- 15 and A Nicholll I -ur fo.
hi.it l*en hatting ver>' runsistent Cilkc-
|\ f.r '.he srhoolltoy? w.i
with 7:i <; GUBM 'or* 0\
wickeLs for 58 runs and S
Poster four for 28.
Wandeir i-t inning
against Lodge scored 138 runs in-
J Marsh topscored
IIV
for 58 and S. F'ostci
rurkf i. r
A i in.tr.ina
:-i.t taaaaei
irITAV-
earrt* r n Oiaw I
Rttxh r CtlBH> I' T.-lrl
V Tudd was ttU >
fui bowlej fat Ifents
an Nreen maidens. 33 runs
a-l Ow wickets,
V A'
* iMiiuannet
1 166 runs With A Q ftV
I'm 34 H Branker K
htil 'll l "
ypofe raui >i the wet i
wiiket- for 41 runs in 14 OfW
and four balls,
Combermere arc now 34 runs
foe the lot* of two wickets. Al t-
Boarded Hall lite Regiment have \
so f.u pined points for a first '
inninn- lead oeei Csbte . Wire- ^ ft
IOS V Carter
Uniting final On a good wicket Oilntyi
the Rj *-l 129 runs
with their i.penlng IwiUon.in Allan
[flfin n'l topsenring wilh 36 runs
fjd Price who went ul number five waaipii
in the battma ordee also etnnn A G sir ntp
3 run.. H. II. Kim: was the n Ail. mr bRaaly
me-tl sucn-skful lwwler for Cidile i
1
ailtens run "'
Wood I h w l> TnU-1
Wood h T. A*
HaSBMMa u Todd
JnitiKult rin> oul
Cumhrt butch nod wkpr. h V
Tlltrl
Mfdford not out-
Skmran lb*. > KnlRtit
rt>a>
Toiai
BKJWl.INC ANALYSIS
(r'rnm Our Own Corrcspiiiideiil)
LONDON. Au 18.
FOR the faithful H will be back to London's crickei
aquarium here al the Oval tomorrow to see EnBland's last KjJJ took twV, of "' Wan-
struKles to net India s batsmen on lo that partisan piece of deran wickata.
Srass that started last Thursday as an unhias'-cUT'st wicke-. When -tumps were drawt
>r lonn enough to beat them. Lodge had scored 3" run fa lhi
But for further curtailment of play it is virtually cer-
tain that India is still needing 228 runs and their second
innings due lo slari would have been beaten to-day But
if weather delays combine to save India with a draw and so
thwart Hutton of (he record of captaining England to four
outright wins in four Tests, the people who will deserve
four for 28.)
Leeward 60 for the loss of three
wickets.
Wanderers vs. Lodge At
LOOOI
Wanderers 138 runs U Marsh
.v ilkar and h Deans two
wickets each.
I-odge 37 runs for llie loss of five
wickets.
COOL
o
STUPE si I r:si c mi:
:i. MMt | si.ihi
COTTON I'HI.MS
::c irtr It .. si.ihi
PKINTKD LINGERIE
H" Ms M
Also
(AMI O ( AMI1KK
:lll wide 0 9fic..
*3t.. & 74c
o
COOLER
PRICES
tlinpluy ul
a Co.. i.ni.
10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD ST
i of five wickets
I nipin- vs. Foundation At
Foundation
Kmpire 180 for 6 wkLs. decld
H Brewster not out 47. G 1
ll..pr
( imbermere vs. WaMaWiers
At Combermere
PaltrtMin ) Sralv
., M Mavrn *lpd wKpt. iRDbtrt'on
i ><>k four of the b ,ankr
Regiment wickei- f .i ',; rUM nt Aitmirona h Mi Smitn
<4. Pn.vrtlM ri>t Okg
took two wickets r..i 'jo mid rum Kg-ii-.iwi.i i nr-nkwr
ii ^Cteanfe nnkr.
Cable & Wln-li'i* WON His- Z..7Z.
i 107
runs and their a
rnamb- lo K. Clarke wh,i t-.l
four of their wicki 1* for IH run
in niiio over i. Parrl and V
idi took two *
Total .........
ll*WI l*CQ ANALYSIS
Police vs. Pirkwrek at Oval
III Kll K-1.1 l.i.ini.
C B Grammar inn out It
M I>h!*y r.nmih b Smith IS
A. B Trottn c isHDmf.i <> Rnntth
H. D*L Inniii c Fi.i,lr I. OstMl) l*
<> ir n..* mil r,
Moor* b Shannon 0
l 4
B Claihr
Ertra*
VUkbuoB
m Mb*.....
Srl>
Bssssksr
Mxwall a o
COSfHSBMSBK 111 la-l
Inntia run out
Branhof not nut
liiaUiwaitr lb*, h 1 Pallw
WilkltiHfn nol mil
li
IS
Total
i lor 2
I
Total BOWLING ANALYSIS
o u
Btawnsn i
n*nn 12 X
< ..!. II I
Windward vs. Carlton
At Windward
KIMlWARIl1.1 Innlao
BOWI.INO ANALYSIS
Wlvn I
Hi.
T ramie? t KdshKI
I. Thornton ti Cos
II Alkinxm b Matthew.
H M Fat-mcr b Matthew*
C Kina b Hani I
I. raraw b Malta**,.
I Oieenldaf b Matthew*
I> Wllkia nol out
C. BVelrn b Matthew
It Walton h Matthew.
Btra.
ToUl
BOWI.INO ANALYSIS
t'ABLTON!! Innlac
Matthew* lb* Farmer
Hiitrhlni..i nol .ut
Krnnedv A ii Th
Proverbs
P..........'
B..hl!.in
Cable & WirelesH ts.
Regiment
fOIMINTtat Innlaa.
A l.hmael b H. B KlnS M
I i iii.li I li II II Km* 0
rwklei I h.w Matlhew* 0
Pialhwalla i b. M. II Kins
Price eAb Btanker >
Pmder CHI c Watkliu b Arrher I
Kittun i li w Coaler 14
l!..pham hit wat. b Coaler 0
iwl oul *
ii ke
Burke i
Butrai
Extras
BOWLINO ANALYSIS
o m a
.1 II. Kins I*
11 M.tthewa
I I. Branker i n S
a Arcba< < i ra
\ Coaler 1
I ABI I a HIBILlaatil lnlna*
R Malthew. lb*, h Parr.-
N T Clail" > F"ee J
. C Coaier Lb w. i< Paim
M Crono> lpd wfcur b Clara* I
ii II Kniaht Lb.w i iM.uk.
H II Kin b CUrke
R Clarke r Beekle- U Klrtoii
I Adami < Clark* b Price
i Hianker b Clarke
I Watkin* lb.w. b Klrton 1
o Aixhei not out
Total .lo> 1 WeBSSrM
sympathy are not Hutton
spectators.
Aftei 15.000 had paid four shil-
lings each on Saturday without
seeing a ball bowledand there
was no question of giving the
public anything in return, un-
even it band to amuse them an-
other 3,000 paid .-mother loin
shilling* each to see one hour's
play this mornins. Most of these
hardy optimists sat huddled in
rain right until 4 o'clock when
Surrey Secretary Brian Castor's
voice on the loudspeaker merci-
fully told them they could go
home
Traflord Washout
This Test can be classed as little
better than the notorious complete
washout at Old TrafTord in 1S3B
when. Australian and England r. ,. '
learns were m.irooncd for five Lock
soaking days In Manchester i'"
Hotel.
Hutton In this match at the
Oval set the tone of dreary slow-
ness which EnitlunU batsmen cop-
ied faithfully '.art Thursday when
ihe sun was bright and the wicket
good.
Tomorrow, if there Is a little
play as to-day, the rightful fruits
of that policy should be seen when
ihe Indians escape what should
have been England's overwhelm-
ing advantage It Is no u
ing all the aces in the pack if jrou
play them wrongly
This particular T. | dot i
matter. There is no wish to see
the genial and ahead
whelmed ground into the mud;
hut the lesson Is once again plain
to seethat scoring tune as weU
as runs is vital, even in five days
Tests. Scoring at 40 an hour fur
eight hours Just will not do agallttri
better class opposition Uka thai
of the Australians.
KIHI In 2 Inninus
As an example, in IMJ
?cored BOO in two innings, but
wen- beaten in four days bv
Australians because their batsmen
flogged the Iwwllng with speed
as soon as they had worn it
down. In the last tour In 1047
the Australians at Lced wm
fust enough when left With
reasonable time to score over 4u0
In the last Innings to win. .
The most interesting i
today's hour of mudlarks wbj
Trueman'a three further wickei-.-
whlch gave himdespite odd fuil
tosses and three no balls on.
analysis of S for 48 compared
with Bedaer's extra two whit n
brought his fellow
final figures to 5 for 41.
Trueman has now taken 27 Test
wickets in his first seven Ts
innings. Ami ut \< I
Lock chip in quirklv on the
threatened sUcky wicket to-
morrow, there will be nton to
i-orno for Trueman in what is
virtually his last match of tht
season.
His far leave is now fully ex-
pended and it's hack to camp it
Lincolnshire as soon as the match
is over.
learn, but the bedraggled
Tin Test scoreboard read: Eng-
land. 326 .icd; India,
9K ..11 'ml.
IMIl *
v.mkiid c aXana b Tninan ____ I
i... c Lack b Tru. .a
Tuieman b BeaUe.
HMtar* C May b Trueman M
I
1 li rieiir B B*dael 0
Pl-idk.r b Ti
Yorkshire In
Good Position
Against Surrey
ieefh Loose
urns Bleed
Dt**'llnr. i'lmv Sor* M. ultj nr I
'.'Kim Teeth mean that you may
hava Pyorrhea. Tranch Mouth or
BataSSM aoiii- t.nl .lUran- thi w'l
oonar or later can** your leelh to
tall oul anl may nl- can.- Klieu.
mallam and Heart Trouble Ameun
vii.pa arum hli-edlne; the Beat ilay.
end* tore ir.-nith aiid oulrklv HKIU
.Hi th* lerlli Iron i Ud |Uaraiilre
Amoaan tnu-t make your mouth *>;t
^^t-55
T-.l -
llr.Krf
Sports Window
Knack
IHK I'. ,i t)..l
Oul Semi l-inala
pla>ed at the %'.H.P.C le-
ulehl at T'.Q Th. bbbsbbbsI
in- lUrrtaon < ollege old
Bora vs. Boys' Club and
V.M.I't vs lliin..... < ol-
le-e
\ il I1 I ,]\\ ,i\ i sHoilK
side, la in ihe peak ul form.
BBal ll ,m,~.,ii Collcae had
jusl Him off winners of the
I . .! tilth It IS .inllil
paled Hut this match will
be a very exciting and keen-
ly i mill -wit one
As to the other match
l' > ond Division tram, have
made a slrong Imprrssioa In
their appearance la uM
Kaaek-Outs. and in Uielr
dlvlslon, lied with two other
learns for the aamea, v. mi.
so ll vim be no walk-over
for ll.fon.
igpSM Our Own (.orreapondcnl'
LONDON. Aug. 18
Kain held the upper hand in to-
diy's County Championship Prn-
e,rdtnme. In only two games.
that between Yorkshire and Sur-
, b between Derby
* ami Hampshire was a tmrnial
" da>'s play possible. In three
Ts. gamesthose between Worcester
and Glamorgan. Gloi-cewter and
w Warwick and Somerset and
t I^uicashirc, nol a ball was bowled.
In the game between Sussex and
f Ess-x, only la minutes' pi
possible.
Yorkshire, after a full day:,
play at Hendlngley are almoat
c rtaln to beat Surrey tomorrow,
unless rain interferes. Yardley
oiH'lared al Saturday night's total
and then shot out Surrey for 192,
Siieitield United'* goalkeeper Bur-
gin taking 6 for 43 wilh his fast
medium deliveries. When Surrey
followed on. only Erie Bedser
showed any resistance and at the
(hi close Surrcs bad kasl aiiolh.-i
even wicked for 133.
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