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PAGE TWO mitiuixm ADVOCATE tfaJuJb Callinq \vw Quiz For Marriage T HE Driaaataa to the I i On % % %  .. %  H..'. NormnThe Barbados Del, %  %  %  %  : Judge of Tr.nid.tt Mi*. Ward told t ana th. %  %  • %  %  % %  %  • %  %  of (hat k>nd *• %  *• m-iei to Iwnriit the diwi irt. i .ni A NOTHW Barbadian mm I iit the Confer***' VI' I A ho with her lent n' ins. While in rrinldi children wltntuad the triumph % %  j ., Netball Team L iKf Ml Beott wh< was an %  r \ B "Blngi returned him i mn after spending ,id. m IK **r. II, r, O N Wedru-Ml.iy Mi Swan "i ,f ''" i-iaiHi by n.W.l.A. hum Bt Lucta .. I he Stream Mr ," .lied Ul the .n St. Lu. i.i Kflnnii'tl fl ow n* M lts f BARNIS frho had been spending two waakl hottda %  Sunday Thit hai parted.* vi-H to the island and during her hat ft* wa n il LdhUon-on///>/ Wa/I M JS^ M)V MHAIHW come ovar for two %  raafc f' n U-turned to Trinidad 0 B.WJ A. Miss .* attached <• the i it. Port-of-Spain mid thi* was her tln.t visit here. She %  tag at The St: Hark lo Trinithul M iss I.ETTICE Craueh after ig ri Irat visit to Ilarbiidoa as a AM Ileuch Guest lions*' returned home yastedfti bj HWi,\ dad Miss era :he Tacailguu E C. School. She wa %  penJIng i.<> a/satoa' aoMda) n-mhrt ftvliir/i M iss in EBrl CVBRD had ttng two week. 1 holm I |U sii... Beach Guant llouae lcfl the Island ^. tcrdaj bj B W i.A for TrinuUi'i Shr is a teacher at the Newton Ctrl*.' RC 3a.-h.iol and this wax her first vMl to Barbados. Director l>> imii Ihtntv M ISS c LA] TOOK of the I, J. William* .M.-irketing Co L4d of PDrt-af-8palD returned home yeetorday momIng by BWI.A. aflei spending about two weeks here on !>ustness. She wa.< a guaat ii the Haw KON TIKI Mrnilirr* at th*pr pfgaa raatardag ana* tfttawariauj firallj ."l<-rtlsrrt fnr alMWtBI M Spmml /u" emtu SiO. jjiaiiA -Ki.ecd br idgegroomi to i vo.celess Dndaa m>> diaappaav tn iii Anglic, .m Uiurches -1 a pro* posed matrimonial quiz as aaoptad. iiy the Ucne they ve bn ia h aii ptropogad questionnaire, the fr.* narriaga carenaony arfli have %  oat their terror. ic-marriage q ..topy I fgj ..r.-i r ah H ad nattars. ft will be I %  i o! the Liiiuli of KiiftKniq in I %  anaBBtoa nop* MI I luii. ip .1 trial will help form Ban {••arty you intend to marry.' Were %  What church' A (his in.tu frtae11 .rents or knar-illans' <-nntcnl R .i %  i mit. a< lad %  whom, when and what* been dlaaoh i oi tha i %  i bildtao Uvlni ftnm? Have you l> I • %  part, IWtN UH BrU-n ^" Would yHI mind if I or bride) were to %  < %  to get a report on you; Are TfctrgOB April 21-Hay 20 iir.MWi ^(M.T fl-Jnnr /;. II*IIII *B VkU 1SS STF.1M1M1. ..' I VI" DARBY Hill lll\sn\ hi.illh ,ind fitness to n i.ii 1VI M ..,,.. .,t (Vi.^,1 i n ii. you roady to' exchany VI en Kim %  mpio>Kt.t Oord Grant t. C... PWt-0f-8pul ; ii w.i •*. ' B W I A ,, %  3) i %  %  I'lond. tor Tm> KagafM A MONG Iha anivali on Thui day laal fro" were Mi and Mn p ll< M %  i Garrett. Mi Ha) lnspe.toi of Polio in 'I %  B % %  ( '.. month vacation and U the guest Df Mrs. Angela llnrt af B Road s' -. f\ ., trtmSm lm ) %  •.S M R. AM) MRS NICHOLAS ,\ i, L. IIKHIIAI1A and Uu daugii'"' Karau htfl -i" Island yaatet.lay moming bv H W I.A on th< i iray back to ... phfj fiavo beef spending thraa waeka' h i %  M I ii I of the li I M. Hernvdi wnrklni: teiTtaUooal UIMMI witan Co. I is Ural visit to the island. II mm* over in oidei to l>e witli I %  OH Nicliolas who if %  .-Tudent the Ijidgp S*hu*l now on hotM i.,i'in Canada trtlAcatCe with the other parly' Trinidad rhj noi i %  %  I'litfinivr In juiliuit it r Hutaon '' \ i Mi Miitson oi rnntant till'. % %  Mr ed from Ja: i d %  naU '" M children *d any other Do you iintiarataBd thai n injon for f0 for the AiPMI entering upon with the understanding lr\,.t then II. ,v. %  .,. ndltion 1 %  < laymanas SON ir mnITlge•• l>i you renli/' i raaotaabia budgal RN maintenance nf the home'' | 00|| The Anglican commission n ..iringc ,nln prop.ws ;1 lojnj I "y (h bridle and irroom "We beBara It (marriagaj | for the purpose of mutu.il ship, encoumgement and under i itlon I it may be) of children ;ind the I and Bpiritua i Bridgetown, returned fion Ttlnlt hi> afegunrdlng 16th FOR WKllNKKDAV. AL'OUST 20. 152 Ijok In the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to tha stars. ABXKa Friei h > on wholedomeaut affairs. ^tliarcb fl—April 20 personal and artistic interests among top J|> td Avoid unmvessarv conlenlion don t nggravati' others * a> Should bv ideal day for your interests. Venus aspect augurs we'l for personal achievement. Plan for tomorrow, too. A A* * w Mild indication* going to very benelic ones tomorrow. Don't overdo but neither Jkf should you waste any valuable time; stress urgent duties • • Be guided by demands of your occupation Jnns 8t—July ZSand home obligations. Aim to get ahead, without strain, anxiety Keep cool and af have a better day. * .. Neither stimulating nor hindering aspects. T This sort of day Leoltes often need to give for leflectlon, planning, rest. A* A* A* Nu wholly discouraging elements for purAng 25—gapt. t> loseful. activities. Robbies, healthy sports Or recreation. Properly allocated schedule Jf^ will relieve strain. A* ^ Venus in auspicious configuration is sttmu^ latlng, promising for private Interests, del rate matters, domestic problems and for professions. A* * Suggest you take things in stride, serenely, ^ unanxlously. Day favourable on whole but you must take care to give attention To important matters. • • * Much the same as for Scorpio now You II save nerves and health if you heed advice. Creative and ingenious metliiaV rill help. *^ I 4* Early part of day may require more goJg gatlvanaaa, and if you keep steady, problems should vanish and things generally Krow better by sundown. Tomorrow promjfk ising ih many ways. ^ • • Jsu 22 — Fab M Restlessness, sudden decisions tabu. To o>| will resi>ond well to intelligent well planned effort. Important, too, to be steady, not anxious. Occasionally take time _, CAKO LBO July 24— ftagj 22 VIROO Hiirk llnmi' V|iss i.rciK MISTIER %  eclat!! mlng H.W.I.A after a sh.nl visit. a*7wii U.S. Mn Urmadn U CHARLIR IAVI mi Manif the Hotel Royal and r.i\ini are now back In >• — iu idoa after an aliawiit-i<4 to ,tie\ visited lx>||% fc^A in Canada and the 11 r M"„ Lhtfning Bhutto %  i ii-, ,. ,.. I u*si a oo I l> |i ". Uatennt SL-.IT. 11. IT L nrl T IS p r He said that IH> hud B n v In bis cradle. Soup iran innwti'd twfnrv forks A i UMNQ BfUcta about horrible f<-t in restaurants Qua firm of progress to the entry into the I be) 'harillv know ;i knife from %  fork" But knowing a knife frorn .> fork, and a apoon fnmi either, would DJCM ily help anybody to make Ihe procesaed meat more tsapotJalngb arid in many restaurants, %  ip th.-ir riaah like dogta, as though It were soup. Then* are. however, certain things a restaurateur .should know. For Inat i Him to make out an illegible 2. How to translate tinned %  bbil h to tha Pri nch for roast ''ucken. 3 How to switch wine l.ihel* In f IT huh DEI NO .. man of taw wordi frodnoser Ha-ha! Ho-ho! Few woids' win. every das von are Mlngl %  II would le compnrarolumn without using Wrfiat I was about to /'rodnoji In your ii-nial longraahloa. Stutelt It is you ahag '' %  % %  ratty, arenl you nithei pleased with me for helping to nu up space wham you have nothing to say? Mpaetf: A most improper quei>1 i arklal i arena %  %  dally < -v. . .i aaaetad -onitIBC and Codforth was refused i -sion. l-.illing lo bill |r nu 5*i IIM n il irho kiou's?— And yet so baaa W ftH, I stitched ninsi burn open %  lUt S AM CODFORTH noted f ( ., mi aubtloty, tried to ll,,ir |, ( i ,prt ,d n d And rha u'lioic deck pel on i %  1 ^:1. KKICS linewhen I ,.i Hie Saucy Mi Flobstrr in the dunk % %  if expe %  enter an imderabifred "'muaau %  .,.., corryim 1 rf round his head, and n cutavi hi-iiouider, Between ins teeth, Lmtead When questioned he .,1,, he %  w hich the putiet v. Fi.-ii-iit-oiiic,., !>. %  (. 1.tt. and Mi W lU aareadga w rarrged vrnai that he had IHCH ,.' with in 1 '.ile had she to (all? Ala.s to clean up in ana ( ..i tea pigtail was of I ment The ofnclal pul ntajpratlou of the rotl to the sack "They are very nine: I VOn ai "' OOJIVl he mild They are all fell off the stem Hra ill." aald Codforth. 11. ifkad \ T M Rupert's Spring Adventure—12 %  iw." •' Why | m. thi dugon !' 1 cnea Rupen I tdch otbarAlaa n*ab •oUaa tha irwam aod CMM datML HALT catrrunv ftmm w nn .. tm w m imt •iaa> aoaW, u ib frmd eaarat .< Ikaaafi POk. OnaraW — and .. — a/ af mm " and i aw au aia^aiaa f iM affdamf afvalic md wimri ,.r,.op*, aa akar Aaaaab M n i^'li. . '/ B> BRIDGETOWN %  Dial MM. rOnAT (Onlf-I if A sat P.M "BgLLa •* MAN rras -.MMI Do-inlO W' <:.... :\ \' 1,1 %  in *>n en or JncK I_\ I tan. BprtUI I *D • in oi II \M. i n\|. Whip WILSON S. lRAU.'*INB Dhnni MACK BROWN Tilt KsOAl Hat .unlv I %  p HI SII ll.llll Iin MAIIIN Mil Ii IK.WA1J M. ill noAr.ro i.i in i\ %  NFWTON M<.(If <•!() IM i niM-o\ i i. i Noah aasm .-. ( oi KIM 1. oi I' WON M-at t I BARBARFIS it-, ii t i l HATTAI-ION l^o (inrrcv A The Dead Ht-id Kld< ft i n \i i-1 -< m i mi B-n *. %  Mai. '.rlT • P -raiM. -OM. -MTiTr I'M! MOIIMO.il Pirtll.,1 rilSI'lll A llll'l WIM1 N III. I B rOatln STAIlllHTT opanlDi UlSai IAF SOUT'tTrrlinlcolor. AblK>ll Ktcllu Mid nil* SAT oi ll-AVA ORAMl llrnro, VAAKF.I^V wr*T • II ooaAoo MACK nttows A.I. yeaar Dtalmr fm D9J***S JAMTTA DRESS SHOP (Next l)i MI i to Singer's) BALLERINA SKIRTS In Colourful Desi B ns NYLON UNDERWEAR In White, Peach ft Black m* SUITS & BEACH ROBES ^^^v.v.v.v.V'V'^'V.V'V'V••f ^' %  •'^y''v ••^''*' v ••'' / • v '•^ I.I O II I TO-DAY a SHOWS M0, 5 A S 30 P.M Si A IMI/Off HK • Janet I.E1GH Mel Eleanor FERRKK PARK!%  Wii.COXON IT TOWERS I.IKE A GIANT ABOVE ALL MOTION PICTURES I'll Me* Houae 48c Bal 12r.. Baa SI.M | Price 1.30 p.m Kids House 18r. Bal. See HOODAL THEATHES EMPIRE null TO i\ %  • a.\ A IM TMOWN'B StS.OOI.UAtH John UOV. AHI1 DAVITS HolK't Nrwn IS En .ramnl HrllUh N.w. grol ORROW ONLY a..** a 1 nn MaitAlJ-IHTl-I' PfNMtoi. rOITTII %  nar mo TAT Iil-HOMIRRO LAU1 OLYMPIC -AST ; SHOW* tO-DAt IN a SIS Robrrl RYAV — Robarl PnKS'TttN ..I I MM. RltlXl 4 OI I-llil till \ M I noRoiKi is BOXY T-aa r a n-Mif*k i .* a sis arid.. I fa anli TB aaraai o -i ivr And rnsrii* sTAKHxn %  mil, nt'pvrri TWO nsTFii HrnANeaa lOMORROlA at I M p m r. ii,or OLD SANTS re a aoi.i. OK rrsA* MOON "I III N II 1 '< \ M.I IBOTAL TO-OAT a TOMoaaon * %  • %  Richard BA.lgHAPT NT UIDII NIOHT A F041 I ATP l" TSARS SUir tut I it abet h OCOTT Dun DURYBA I C.l" -olr limn>Tr YOU'VE NEVER BEFORE SEEN A PICTURE LIKE THIS! liiei topped Down 9 Trees Anrt Moiled Aiioii it.e facit.i The %  nmrut*, aaga of • i• men whi .U-lilMci. Iriaked iheir U**s aa peo a throrylOii .i iiriiniii,..| M ,, r.fi of bal> log. Ihey drifled fpora Peru lo the Isle* where the hula girl* wail 101 days and 4,300 mile* wlihoai nmiir* wilh rMliiation. exertlag •nperhonian effart* to keep .11 and alive! SOL liSSIR Photographed by the men who lived HI AT LAST ON YOUR SCREEN! PEAZA -Starting Friday BRIDGETOWN • kaii-flKI Play. ilh Ike \illoa Pa'cMi %  nasal A WOMAN CAN



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WEDNESDAY. MT.fST 20. 1MI BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAOI ^Miimnmmxiimnntii iiniiiiiiiumiimmfHiwii-imiiMiiniin imimmiiu NOW...CARS BY THE'BUS-LOAD' Britain Is In Deficit With Cuba Sugar V f*alr>r-,"-.|.'t. Tlw BASIL CARDEW Column id dc< Thai plan* 1 promise* to slash first aim a ihe high co*t of taking u car on motor-cycle holiday to the Continent. The On the th plane UtHI i I I r-ffOfl the c-i uqrveraal Freighter, but aba pli is to adap oss-Chanr tar ferry—with lhrea> Ttii' fans i^hcr [hen Jacked on than by sen. but car, motorwill.run the Length of eyefaa, and passengers will cut What a m "Ul Uv LgJ %  p iny which i --fui.' .1. LAwkl. 11. rOl n. frot direct to CormeiUa of 1 %  %  ; anxious that | ,. m Rider laJOon t build Loads ef good lurk: and up|K i d" k ,i rW to In.new (It* 1 r-litre "nQaJoml fiolriie Gardner. %  will have th ir quut-t • % %  %  %  .w ,;< foiiuulii for ISM. year cieoled 16 records ... ... ., Vt*tl Sail Flats in Ml 42 pawh-i^i and t-..aagr. rajed MG. Spe. ,11 "*• ifnipt u> win more laurel, for (tooi* the pint". Giand Prix cv< Queen Elizabeth on July 30 In •I tin convinced that the th British motor industry wiih dC named during the last lnc Mme c r „ four yean with the B.R M. would por veflra Gardner covared aU has iilUMDOS*. Mr. N. M. Oodds. lL*buui. kUUutui asked. UM President Q| Uie BiMu-u of Trade, in view of UM glut of ugar in Cuba, if he will luuate negotiations for %  now k*ade pact with Uut country %  rhici would inaUo Uie exti.sugai to be obtained, for Merlin. to be spent In Britain and Inu. make sugar rationing unncce* Tin Secretary for Oversee* Trade tMr. H. H. "' %  %  ntim. ContervaUve. Kent. Folkestone anu tfythe div.>. No. Sir. We are banvily in deficit with Cuba on our balance of trad*, and .n> additional purchases of sugar would locrease the deficit woethei we were to pay for them in ui onvirtible sterling or not. W< already need a substantial u>crease in our export-, to Cuba %  Unit P*> or "*• oxisting level of ou hn ktftj u ar purchases from that eounm ihe try. T'Kll Mr. DoUds. la uot Uie ho.i Gentleman aware of Uie stale until made by prominent i pie In Cuba that they are pn. pored to sell sugar at less th u Id. per lb to this country, Ihe money io be "pant in this counread red* ,; Lyinpne to Le Touquet i ,Cham n 1 ear %  • How Uiffeifiit from % %  : XLIXJSS *$>&£ aSs S3£? E -iasm, and what succe** he Las £" %  _f *'"* "** further ffor.s iiitus to do Uut—if only we %  uount of finance Drought himself end his country? Paris. How different from ship U fef] Clt—I 1 "You have cerMy Tinder-Box So bnUflayi abroad "ill begin when' the charge Is still i. built up cxperienc* the RrBtofiea: Yes most women -., .i feitS HKn for ;m ITCH*/*. % %  hard way, if the HUM are do drive hesltaUnglv ,. n ihe roods Mr. alackeaon Yes air liol'. %  > % %  : "" now m>lne to thafi Now way? i believe then lack my right hon. Friend and I ha\.showing gavconfldeni'e In themselves should seen a repreaenUtive from Cub i be made to get extra sugar win... would uot have the effect ( creating hardship in this country Hcr>' .stowed. Six to | cording to =i/e. will bevUl ulUt.M. A.I) 1154 Peep Into the futere: Itaymoi.d gTMl hype then •ii Vie Mays writes mo from Bourne, lUpporl for 1M4." ThttfS 6 StSCO Paintttrt cv*tu putpaie SISSONS BROTHERS & COMPANY iiO |i. -Liked bv %  1.14 1". d C-C'|Il".r1l. a a T. J W.U.M1. %  ..,-. i. a N % %  %  *or CAN ' ,,N IT MHO till -i' H i rRKAT for conferences with King Norouom Sihanouk and toe Brst meeting of the newly created Franco-Canadian nviltary Commitlei i^tourneau went nnmeeUately to tne palace where he svaa received In an atmosphere ('escribed i,* exeeptiotnillv understandine an > full of goodwill. 60 Sets Of Twins Get Personality Test The King ra te aaad tth i is Saturday speech in wh:ch he said "the coming Of If, I iteau constitutes an i evoni for study and a solution of 'he military questions which ocIT BHOtra IF THEY ARE AEIKK. TWO Ca n adian it^ychologiau urcarrying out a iwiiU :i Into neradln Ln twina La London. The%  r toflttng 60 sets ol twin*, aged between 12 nnd 15. from South London schools. — "We believe heredity ln twin* Is much more prominent than has d we hope to l-year-old Mr I'nnurlu In A V ^ prove it." said 28-y. Blewett, also of Vancouver. HAMILTON. Ontario AftCr 25,000 cftlculsUons, Uo six men gnd interviews and months of compll ( %  nihshnieri. who sailed | n g (acts, they hope to write I roovthe Ailam. bun thesis for their doctor of phuoao... a 72ft. yacht, have reached phy degrees from London UniverLupy a place in the foreground of t heir Journey's end in Hamilton dty. .^flairs of national interval." He harbour. ;*t the western end o' They interview the children :aid tnat he hoped "very much i^y c Ontario (with the parents' consent) for rrive at n happy oluUon with Thtir 4000-mile voyage from "ve or six hours at Maudslc. Falmouth. via the Azores, BerHoapltal, Camberwell, where both but the trouble at the munu>> is Out we are bnuorting fi; oullion from Cuba and only exporting £7Vfc million, and we a. determined not to take any itep' •o prejudice the interest of th British Commonwealth sugar pro dueara. x Itr. J. D. Piufumo,' Cutu>t.-ivalive, Warwickshire. StrafTonlaa-Avun div. > It the Government eut out altogether the importation of these fantastically expensive sugar substitute* from ant. had avoided for the last 87 years. *** 5? B ,*TLj?*r* n Z$ h him are his wife Irene. actWhere he will be taken from and Mr Pe er >-^ood. engineer lng u suppl y teacher in the local here has not been revealed. He ond d !" u*h.t*man. Both expect to ^^ flnd |he4r lw0 chlWren 11 go to the Federal prison **"? "* t .. Is done, it will be difficult fo us to maintain our present pu> chasesLewlsburg. Pennsylvania Johnston, wife of the Canadian 1^ a London University home. He oul After six months he will bv nr S-V mat *L..? !" _" ^ ok „ ,, ?•*. %  Sf_ r !:!i n l e J ob a 1 B PWchtlofurt Dr char w Me riux. director *he French Institute for aflos> research told newsmen thi eUgtblc /o r parole T;it> ^Yjgto"' M lionald at an Epsom hospital. Costello gambled on rvfusing to Spenrs. a DSC. formerly ,,1 Ihe p ay BfaCk Loan tell the Senate Crime Investigates Mei chant Navy steered By thi .. We rame to I-indon bee hia net worth u F* ?"? aefld recta *"n*." "^ felt it offered the best oppornbout connections with poll! ilgures Including former Mayor cour; William O'Dwyer, presenUnit.-d Mates Ambassador to Mexico. He vas convicted April 4, by a Vderai Court Jury 011 ten Counts f contempt for walking out on be Crime Com;: 1951, He was sentenced on April B. M 18 months in prison S5.000. A U.S. Court of Appeal £ stars nnd dead ie. claimed he never had to 1 more than three degree.-t L U "major" discussion will concert what available preventatlv* methods should be ur**d : N>Iice Tighten Do|><' (suard In Cuimdu poUi revasard **ven el the onginn'. tying their watch counts and lowered' the tine to drug pedlars following daacVosure [unities for our work." Mr. Blew ett said. "The only set-back to 'earning In this country Is that •tudents cannot borrow funds to omplete their studies. Tt seems such a waste of learning for someone to get so far and be unable :o finish his course. "In Canada a student can borCanH Go To British Guiana liONDON James Harper-Smith. 31-yeaiild civil viv.int In Georgetown. Rrltlsh Guiana, must wait another two years for his wedding to 1H.rar-old Gersldme Rorehsm. %  l.nulon typist. tart TONY BlTTfNMAUSiH, K^.' .1 th* st-Hax A-.^*."-. *•* %  rai B 19 Up b> 30S I" I uie 4 hcioin. was discovered hen a gi i*ed in the 1 overd'e Goodrich Rubber Workers Strike NEW YORK, Aug. IB. A strike paralyzed the Goodlier I ii.i (i 1. >in r ..' v. and .1 ''. ..' .it merit proposal designed lo proven; %  Ika %  'i !hf New for! Railroad was rejected by the tradi Dioni Lsaboai ...nee and Holland only. Expei... wi 1 discuss whether to base their aftosa campaign on this or other I types of vaccine. He said French veterinarians have vaccinated 4.000.000 animals mce the be Clnnlng of the year and the flgui* will mount to twice that much about half of France's livestock before next January.—C-F. marry him. Weeping, she night from the court to sein I a cab!", tflling Mr fiance 1h Vaa II looka as if I must wait until am SI", she said "My liance not due on leave foi —i.r\ \fosRadegh III -, 6 mm; If /ou feet worn out. depretied, f I*nei illy run d">wn j juis or two a day of Buckfjit Tonic Win* wilt '1 tckly iew re lost entigy and tone up the whole nervom s/ttam. Gtvinj new viultty it fortlfiei you nst fever and exhauvtlon and *maer, Buckfajt Tonic Wine eipeclally valuable 1 1 a r 111 n a 11. TAKI HOME 'KFAST I O T T L t TODAY TEHERAN. Aug 18 Agmg Premier Mohammed Mossadegh, to whom the Majlir, •vw dictatorial powers for atx months, cancelled all visits and appointments on groundof ill POKT-Or-Sl'AUi Aug 10. health. Mossadegh aalavad yeatcrI'bilip (jarela. Cii. known in the day and win renorte"! lo have had lyp=o world as "Lord Executor" „ high fewr. i.m-d Executor' 1) U i L.E.S Muslims Arrested NEW DELHI. Aug. IS. A nessaRe reports the arrest of over 300 Muslim*, when they organlaed a protest procession at harmony was nli ftieatened In the merit packing industry as the CIO Unitou rackinghouse Worker' Union (( ld in Fort Of bpaiu yesieruay. negan one of Its wars agnlnl the Garcia was a recognised father' Sources closv to the 1 n*BW -big four" meat pact „i the Tru.idad calypso and persaid that if "* %  '"" %  %  gg About lo^OOO lubber workeis haps the greatest ever. His cutshould iie.enoiale M nau aajawisi ID naos <;.-odnch plant* all over ltm amused Trinidad and West to appoint a fornu.i J" u "* thw United SUi begaii a strike jadlan fans for half a century "dnunist. T slat* anau-a tor BBBB. today afUT 10 weeks of neaotiabeing able to extemporise oa any This Council was said to include lions T.i J' ubject 'he Deputy Premier and W iddnlgh: on Sunday, and L. B The last ten year* of his life Finance Minister Bage, Kazeii.i. naster, international Prval were spent ln penury and want Forrlgi Mm %  r Huaaoin Navah. iSnU. ?l! thTAKhahid Hindu %  ">' •' "• CIO United Huobe but less than a year ago public the P-.inlei Chef du Bureau to be dent: with soon. THcv .-re ^ !" 1,^7PnXt ArWorkers said uiai all Ihe plants HU bscriptlons totalling $1,000 hell Ahmet Banei ...id the Premier '>* r dintf to n nVi.i .nnounceTre "shut down ..r in pr-ce i ed bring some sort of solace to Parliamentary \sslstant Mohaml.the ,; .. Ti )e situslion is well under -f belnr. shut down.' tlarcla who bad become Wind. i ed Hussein A. -bad! cost ol i to an official • : Ustt control." —UJ —U.F — OJ". -V.T PA IX t COMBS vmi fMf.V SAfliOOI. K\0CIC5 OUT PAIN I I.' r LTD. 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l'\( i H.I IS UAKHAltOS ADVOCA'Ir. WLDMsllU. Al'ClST M, IKI BA^ADOS^ADVSCATE Wednesday. AiiKtiat 2U, 1952 Kiis's*ia 4 ariUlM'nn Tli£ suggestion made by Mr. Albert ,„t Trinidad and the Leeward and Windward islands should consider "the advisability of federation amon({ themselves" deserves close attenrorn the governments concerned. i lent attention has hitherto been paid durinfi discussions of federation as to the peculiar position the Leeward and Windward Islands would hold in a federal scheme ts British Guiana, British Honduras. Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad can exist independently and make progress as independent units within the British Commonwealth no Leeward >r Windward Island could hope to gain frum individual self-governing status much more than is attainable under their present constitutions. The urge to become merged with a larger; political unit is therefore natural to the small scattered units of the Leewards and Windwards. In this connection it is necessary to emthe failure of two eatat* attempts >te closer association Tne Federation of the Leeward Islands which has been in existence for more than eighty veers has not been mccesrful and in recent S ears federal administrative services have eon pruned. The ultimate resull of federation of the Leewards Islands has been i ibordinatiun of the Federal to the regional governments. In lh Windward Islands political asso been achieved and eeCD island has its own legislature sharing only a governor and certain federal officers. Before MontegO Bay the suggestion had been made lhat there should be closer union between the Leeward and Windward Islands. That suggestion was dropped when proposals fiom the Montego Bay i ser association of all the British Caribbean territories was put forward. To-day Mr. Gomes' lUggeeUon be a return to the earlier suggestion ol i closer political association between the Leewards anil Windwards, and is an advance on that suggestion because of the inclusion of Trinidad in the proposed political grouping. i.v therefore Mr. Gomes' suggestion is reanrtk and fleMi'wbag of consideration by the governments concerned. Now that British Guiana has turned its bock on the federation proposed by the Committee which came into being as a consequence of the MontegO Bay conference, only Trinidad can offer the kind of Ul'Stance to the Leewards and Windwards which will help them to advance politically and economically. The only question of importance which these government! will have to decide is whether federal government would be more suitable to their needs than unit,-in government. There is much lip-service paid In the lay to the ideal of West Indian nationhood transcending local statehood but when it comes to lime for decision, neither Barbadians, Trinidadians nor Jamaicans seem prepared to make con t ,| the common good of the West Indies. In the Leewards and Windwards the individual approach is less accentuated and there is greater realisation in those islands of the benefits to Vje derived from association with one or more of the more powerful West Indian units. So far there is a tendency for the Windwards to throw in their votes with Trinidad and for some of the Leewards to follow the lead of Berbedoe, Bui neither the Leewards nor the Windwards group attempt to stand on their own feel at regional meetings with the BsturajQce displayed bv Jamaica. Trinidad or Barbados. Despite the tendency in the Leewards and Windwards to-day for politicians to seek greater powers internally yet there eems to be j. realization of the sm'allheas of the territory In which these powers are being exercised. By contrast the sweets of political power In an Island, as highly civilised by comparison with ihr LMWM'dl and Windwards at Barbados. seem to give greater satisfaction to the aspirants for political honours locally. The desire for closer political association SXttU Lfl the lco\vard8 and Windwards and it Trinidad is willing to make nn experiment with the Lev:nds iind Windwards, why should anyone In lea or iT.imaicii object? Only there mm good reason 1o ask whether a federal association is preferable to a unitary form of government. By Joining with Trinidad, which is the richest I a island with the greatest potential for indiintrlnl expansion, the I*e*|Wr.rns and Windwards would become integral parts of a territory of more than one million persons and the addition of Uie population uf the leewards ] mi l WtodW a ffdS to the Eastern Caribbean Gov, ernment which Mr. Gomes has suggested would help considerably to reduce tho tendency for Trinidad to become divided between Oriental imd Afro-European political groupings. An B rrn Caribbean Government comprising Tl D Toi I imd* of the LeewaraV i Trinidad .1 position w.iii respect lo Jamaica almost idcntn <1 u in p pu latwn. This is important because the greatest handl-}p r> poUtioal federation of the British Coribcean at Independent units Is th." overwhelming pop i 1 %  'Hi. A political federation in ..... entire.! wi'.li %  population Ol %  '• Bullion, BOB Kris'fi-n Cnribbcim Government with 1 Button and British Guiana and Barbados with a populalion of '• million would be a federation from v.rwrh moal of ana DfnUnt ob-lacles lo federation would hive been removed. Bui if Trinidad and tie I#ew.ird and Wlndl *] ind wen [o foi %  %  ma unitary government, the expenses of the Ibbean Federal Government would nptaUon for t*e leeward and to form blocks against the Trinidad lovtrnmanl and to strengthen own regional government* at the r sanVnioh %  *• Kej-iirt Is built around a tlmnc. ind although OM can find in the f>"l 'xt a case to support the theme. ', .<; tM author's method of pre: ,r "on many Win >'"bororo nd aft r taxaUon. shows 01 tunate. Boo by Traps million. In his opinion to very n. Ir.-i.T,, %  SMf thcre little advantage. Now this. ... S JZSSEl L' u,,du P*'; some ways, is the weakest part of girding ' %  • \ %  Report The discussion of exII a standard of isung ^ a ^^^e source, of rev. IK i, mforlifltive and intexesli there Is ,,. t, ul wh ,. n the author makes CIC T ' % %  %  aaeUV %  i mineodatlon one so SSSJ?" i h ls ,hc "*"n ,hat • "^ ?*"'*. ; • ... ihe iritument has been Juinoed .11 assumpunn concealed. The ' u role of the "expert" in public flni a la %  proscribed on.-; In UM lereatlng analysis e „ e 0 f any particular lax, his Job '"""i:' : i,ul first how much a given ehanija In the rate of tax %  Is likely to alter the total proceeds. in biit.oi which have so ob„,,] gecondly to indicate the genHi. almhtfy InconscquenUal ~l%£ !" n plM ? ,n ,he ,w,t -ral economic implication, of the phrases sometime. m,0en £""' Utt change. Thus, of a hypotheticave one with the feeing th.-ii National Income eel increase in. .ay. the duty on y %  •cuoni wen anittan Tha proporuon ol the National tobacco, the expert might say that c'ependei.tly and then put toIncone winch goes Into central the consumption of cigarettes Is • %  her without quite enough care taxation has risen roughly from likely to fall o much that Ml • rig taken to see that they fitted. H% to 18%. Of this T% inresult the total proceeds rrorn the n Part II. for example, while crease in the proportion of duty will fall. Or, of a possible t Of the section, are hlghW N;tti..:,.,i Income taken m central Increase In, let us say, the Com' to the subject matter 'axe. about 5% has coimfrom P-mies tax the expert might peril' ir arrangement Is most connansct taxes income tax and haps say that It will stifle econo'( %  •!ng. The careful initial death du'i ,„ mk development by discouraiiln of rhe Island's depen'.300 persons of the "high and the entrance of foreign capital. ktnvi upon Imports leads uncomi • ibb Into several pai %  i rth i>r speculaUon on BM imounl of 'tie isiarui's oeeraasH iivestmenls; thence we %  Sy way of a discussion of reoant :,.ital form it ion at home, back 'x a wider dlscuuion of the %  >r payments. This teniicy to allow stock, and (lows Mch other— that ^s to • capital account on all IB thr income account— %  to 'uspeei ;,t tti ceg In the text that the aufnOf W tripped Up on one of his own NMby lr:u>;. Incidentally the e-tlon In Part II which discusses I" Island's oversea, aaaets la -1 f carelessly written in I In its present form Onttaj anil .lllglble. middle peepa Bnl ban it comes to speJflc re.ommendationi the expert Now int. com lUBiuus oi p-h i. xticuielv cureful lo show upon tical Important I||OM how what aasumpUona, political and iht. The iirst aaa bessa BWteatcd •-. nomlir, hla coni already, it K that in a country based. Unfortunately the author In which the crrst majority of ol this Report doe. not always do Individual, haw small personal BO. For example his incomes the % %  i level taxation (central and local which roiu.u in is nearly 2l*"i ui NaUonal Income I. already l.i.h "•' id Ls In fart considerably ommendaj lion of $400,000 as the additional amount which will have to be %  %  a.. % %  J IMI ItiMin'n AnJ f^(^t*^_ oroii the original sources. One SOnal incomes Ijeforo Tax to thing which can be Bald, even show ilini the 1.500 people of the v ith thai rrvnwer'< Imperfect un"hlgh and middle income group" demanding of the Barbadi do not at present, and never can, public finances, is lhat the Survey any nrovi m ,,lp huUt "' 'he governBU ,i „, ,hextrnor^aoacltV U> urovlde 'real' mCnl ? T "' l nu ' n m:,, "T how "' nrv blended Period of Its ge*'. heavily they may lw taxed. ration—for while the main part i the calculations and tables ratal Thought Provoking But there is less to grumble • m than there la to think ibont in th.s Report. The first ji.pos*timi supporting the i (en\iul theme Is best put n nu own words — "So, In spite %  mendous increase in tho !i 'ling value it' exports it seems 1: i the community of Barbados. a it for man, has little additional a : purchasing power per capita % vide 'real' arnment revenue than it had H-iorc the war." It may be a such Is the author'a assessment %  "£i,"Z?~ OHM of ui to realbM it. of the economic background. And 3fffSS J\ i I,,,^ ,?,, m lug.increase in our the more roedftc and technical **** pretend to be "J* up to :iin rise in the parts of the Report, which enquire d e are sipped in unobtrusively f sugar had not. between in detail Into the prospective Govhrr ** al,d ; .T' __. J-..-, U 9 8 and 1049 done substantially ernment revenue, and cxpendl, This certainij aoaa m omavj 0 mop up the increase lures of the next live years, are the wdul^ of ihe tornj. tor n tho populalion. While there based on the assumption that the tne estimates in it still raoeel; din, since l>eforc the war. a Government will think it prudent, racUona and orders of magnitude I swinn of the terms of trade as docs the author, "lo treat the reasonably well—but it does not : tavour-oj those countries in present level of expenditure as a altogether help the reader to avoid ; "era! which export raw mabasic requirement of government, confusions. ____^^_ llilemma" Of Central Federal ion African LONDON. for example, on which the founfounded on an offer of intcr-raclal The prospects of possible dlsdatlons of the great nations of the partnership by the Europeans may %  o.ilent among a few Europeans Commonwealth were laid. It is well be the Kieatest danger of all md many Africans In the next also urgent because, as Lord t<> race-relationships and the fu(ew years are not so important as Salisbury also said, this may be ture happiness of both European* •hfuture verdict of their grand, the last chance we shall be given and African. It is also worth -lildren." to build up a multi-racial society considering whether there are in This comment on what Is refernorth of the Limpopo based on fact any gre.i-.er political aarered to as the "dilemma" of the the British way of life guards for the Africans, at any -Vtitrai African Federation quea__ , ,, , rate in Northern Rhodesia, und Ion appcara In an article by the ^hc formation of the Union of the present constitutional arjange% %  -iitor of the current Issue of South Africa itself gives strong menls lhan those proposed in the "t'orana." journal of H.M. Colonegative support to the historical white Paper, and does not the nl 1 Service, argument. J he racial and const!threat Just mentioned give this These were certain very impor tutlonal difficulties which now enadditional importance' ia.it aapecta of the matter which danger it result not from the Act Sad not been sufficiently emphaof Vni-m which has made a nowSome people discount this offer ad "in Ml the premature ariu"fill and prosperous country out of 'partnership' because they did %  rent" before ihe White Paper was of a collection of petty states, but nut believe that It 1. genuine, or tn dished he sava. fro.ii the fact that the growth of If it Is, that In the face of the "First there is the argument of South Africa took place before formidable dllhcultjcs of carrying T ilism All of p. who hove ser\ western thought awoke to its true it into the obvious practice In daily ad lu West Africa since the war responslbiktles in race relationrelationships, it cannoa be made know that the policy followed -hips. South Africa is entangled effective. But. again, there is no there, which eras condemned by a In its_past and if. trying to solve tolerable alternative. The only sc.tlon of British puhue opinion lu difficulties with a philosophy practical, conatructlve course for we| ind sentiment d Idealism which l< ill-attuned to thai Ol UM t> %  pengUHI gs W ana a B and Afrleaa hi i Wen above all thing, realistic rest ot the free world And these leaders is to asaume that those rhe ir.siic now in Central Africa is are precisely the factors which who say they accept the principle d ullar except that those who famake the federation of Central of partnership mean what they imi the realistic course In Ihe Africa, based on the principles of soy and will, if given both that fiMt case are reluctant to pursue Inter-racial (-.(-operation, so uropportunity and leadership and .tpnarently different congently desirable. The prospects ol this may cull fur gome difficult and | elusion In the second, because possible discontent among a few cour.i.i (! % %  IMOIIIn any case %  it eonehlaka may confnet with Europeans and many Africans In the potentialities of the present lie democratic principle that the the next few je.irs are not jo imsituation in Central and Southern II of the majority muss, regardportant as the Tuture verdict of Africa are surely such as to Induce I.of the consequences, prevail, their grandchildren. There were anv responsible person at least to Ail of us share this reluctance In Mmtlar divisions or opinion In ta ke a constructive attitude varying degrees but we must face Canada and Australia all those wards the proposals and to try to tha fact' ol the political situation rears ago, hut they proved to be W m African support ior them. In Southern Africa Just as frank.-Phemeral in the face of the proU as we did thoae in West Africa, rress and prosperity which f (he Ediror. The Adrorote— no evident political Onlfon "'e People of Barbados' i'.ed — excellent ;.mi tie item 'Gardening Hints Huntc la at his best In appreclafor amateurs' would be useful In grticla D Drtullnc book form. %  Is or Salvation M. J. M. TJENINGTON. Army Hostels) he can be ropey. St. Martin's Vicarage, SIR. — Than the Advocate", I am sure, better %  will not be found -having; reni!lil K ln for mc nrr Ed Nulo to limits of circulation 1IM nopki^jon pr od u ,. i potential. ibominibly coi I Many of >our articles are ifc*) voklng: of the paper a^ a The Editor is always interested to know what features readers like or dislike about WILD BILL WINS AGAIN LONDON. "W'ikt Bill" Donovan, America's picturesque •hero, diplomat and lawyer, has done it again. Won another victory and kept quiet about it again. This victory 15 in the Judicial Commuter '.I Her Britannic Majesty's Privy Council, -•ral William Donovan, fought the last round of the two-year-old, million-pound case concerning 40 Chinese airplanes in Hong Kong. He represented the American airline, Civil Air Transport Inc., which claimed them: the Hong Kong Supreme Court had •previously awarded them to the Chinese Communist Government. The final court of appeal, though, the Privy Council, last fortnight gave them back to CAT. Sir Hartley Shawcross, Q.C., AttorneyCi neral in the last Labour Government, was : the British lawyers who pleaded the appeal on C ATs behalf. But the man who directed it and has fought the r.ise resolutely sirce it began is the fabulous Donovan, whose name was scarcely mentioned in the proceedings. He has just ended a two-week stay in London, was in the thick of the case — but out of the limelight. He worked hard, saw | few of the British political and military le; dors he knows, took little time out for en ertainment. Few other people with a similar career could have avoided publicity us much as he. No one photographs the General at home with his family; he seldom gives interviews. Yet his record in itself is a sensational story. I managed to meet General Donovan towards the end of his visit at Claridges, the elegant hotel favoured by Royalty. He would say nothing about the case; he had already spoken strong words to an American Congressional committee on the subject and he only touched on parts of his own life history. In the First World War, as a soldier, he formed a bunch of tough, loud-mouthed New York City Irish-Americans into the 69th infantry brigade of the Rainbow Division. It was the brigade which became known as the "Fighting Sixty-Ninth", gave its name to a Hollywood film (with George Brent as himself) and was immortalised in Ihe play "What Price Glory". He led it through many battles, was wounded three times; earned a chestful ol medals from Allied nations as well as the Congressional Medal of Honour, America's highest award, and the name of "Wild Bill." In World War II he became a Majorgeneral and globe-trotting head of the eloak and dagger intelligence organisation, the Offloa of Strategic Services. The O.S.S. was irtivo in crushing the Axis fifth column in America, against which he had long been rounding the warning. As a private individual with a reserve commission in the U.S. Army and a peculiarly intense interest in his country's welfare, he "looked in on" every European war since 191B. — the Russian civil war, the Russo"SSL*? r '" 1920 Ab y s n "i" and Spain. Which side did you see most of in Spain." m&? lhis slou nch American Catholic, ihe side we had to be on guard against The German and Italian side", he said \,J I* 11 a,,1, "'e was hardly likely to please his fellow-Catholics in America, most of whom favoured France. But Donovan did not aim always to please people. He was turned down for the post of Attorney General in Hoover's Cabinet because of pressure by anti-Catholic, Klu Klux Klanlod elements—and because he opposed pronloltion. As a diplomat he came to F.urope on a series of hush-hush missions for President Roosevelt in 1940. and visited every European capital outside Hitler's domain, from Moscow to Madrid. He took a close look at Britain announced that if Hitler invaded he would be beaten, and went back to urge Roosevelt to push through the deal giving Britain 5C destroyers. As a lawyer, he heads a prosperous New 1 ork law Arm. has held a number of Government posts including that of Assistant A'lorncy-General. and was a member of the American team at the Nuremberg war crimes trials. As a popular hero? The name of the Fighting Sixty ninth and the two Hollywood films (the other is called "O.S.S"! account for that General Donovan does not at first strike one as the "Wild Bill" type. A medium-built man dressed in a conservatively cut suit, with a placid, florid face and strong, spirited blue eyes, he looks like a lawver who knows just what he is about. He seems too genial to be tough, too substantial to be wild. He also looks twenty years younger than his sixty-nine years. He is as friendly to newspapermen as a man can be who usually just won't talk. His reticence is not due to excessive modesty; he admitted to me that the reaction of ex-soldiers of the 69th to the film about the regiment was: "George Brent wasn't tough enough." At home he campaigns for Eisenhower. I asked him if this meant that he had changed his political views since the days when he worked for Roosevelt. He answered sternly: "Roosevelt was my coir.mander-in-chief. not my political leader. There's a lot of difference." An unswerving patriot, he is stern about the interests of his country, and has spent a good deal of his own time looking at other people's wars to see how he could best serve it if the need arose. He warns against an enemy fifth column today as he did before Pearl Harbour. 2 JSJCT rhe DA COSTA variety of Sternrtte Deep Frceses A Befrlf—atom. HendK Automatlr Wsshrrs. Vacuums. Irons and trdslde l_>mpi & Fan* provides the opportunity to create he Home Eleetrlr. HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD SO n. Mi.II 1 I II — and — HK.I.NV. SALAD i kl \M in IN/ MAYONNAISE SANDWICH 1:1 1 1-11 In Bottle* ITALIAN KETCHUP ITALIAN < I It I 1 SAUCE I kl NI 11 ( \i'i 1:-. CINNAMON In Bottle* GINGER in Bottlri CURRY In Bottle* MADRAS CURRY In Tim MIXED SPICE In Bottles ( 1.1. HO SALT CEREBOS SALT WHITE PEPPER BI.AI K PEPPER PREPARED MUSTARD TO-DAYS GOOD NEWS ANCHOR RICH MILK POWDER on Sale Evrry w hprr. %  o 11, tin 16-M. tin. H-Ol. 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VHDKESUAV, AUGUST 20. 1K2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Second Day's Hearing of Falsification of Accounts Case Concluded Statement Of Accused Admitted THE SECOND DAY'S hearing in the case in which 26 year-old clerk Keith Squires is charged with falsification of accounts on or about August SI, 1951. while employ c\i by D. V. Scott Se Co.. Ltd., was concluded at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday before His Lordship Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery. The Hon. C. Wylie, Attorney General, is appearing for the Crown while Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated with Mr. F. G. Smith is conducting the case for the defence. Squires is charged with having $ i ?,££ JZ2'i &Ftt 1.050 Passed For uVJESi mttlSmXZ Speakers Expenses making a false entry in a Mock %  -i book belonging to or In the posIn (aUIKUUft session of D. V. Scott 4 Co.. Ltd his employer, purporting to show The House of Assembly Mthat on August 31, ruin vats 1, tcrday passed a Resolution* For 2 and 3. the property of his cm$|,050 to meet the expenses of ployer. at Cheaps.de contained the Speaker of the House. Hon. respectively 2.-96. 1.380 and 2.820 K N It. Husbands when he goes proof wine gallons. to represent the Barbados Branch When hearing resumes today of tee Commonwealth ParUamenat 10 a.m.. Mr Cutnbert King, tary Association at the AssociaSupervisor of the excise departUon>s lvctlDt .„ Canada in ment of the Customs, who October had been on the witness stand Tho during the greater part of yesterstates* day. will be further crossThe Baxitmaog Drunch o( 20UOUNCE BABY GIVEN GOOD CHANCE TO SURVIVE ( BITUAVY \a Horace LK-ighton SNUOIT SNOOZING AWAY u. hrr Incubator at the Queer of Angels Hospital In Ix* Arecle* U -|| e 20-ounce bao> Ui.n u> Mri trl Hops The tot was born three mrr/; U bam tiny iht is by comparing her sl to the i '>thst the will KID* i l--lnch ruler be l.ores also have a ten-month -, Elementary Education In Jamaica As you are aware I ho addendum to the Reaction SSURA KSSt* examined. Me was cross-i Off. esterCoi Asm. itii '., %  ^^i^-s^^ ^.-^ss.^asa.; im ju>t tudy in Public Health but I will be speaking to you thi* morning for the most tion In THIS IS A LECTUKE DE LIVE RED TO THE SCHOOLS IN BT. JOSEPH BY MB li L. OITTENS, CHIET SANITARY INBPBOTOR. ST JOSEfH the COS) •. S, you h thankful for; you school you will Ilk vxt lo this ihat ments. On the resumption yesterday morning His Lordship gave his ruling on the admlssibility of the statement Sgt. Phillips raid the accused made. His Lordship in admitting the statement said that it did not go beyond the li'.nits laid down by the Judges Rule and the conditions did not apply to this particular statement. After the ruling was :rred it hU refl, Bra daj of Mi. n w. C IftsJjaWiiii to .. , ... iiresencf %  .( distinguished i .therm.:. He was 78. i High ton was the son of ihe moat outstanding of the Headl masters of Harrl>; n ight up in such en atmosphere he was genteel and • loa DcgpltM la* good eos n pssuV ..II who ',' 1 LfU i 1. %  %  (.fterwaiil B all in %  Trinidad Ha n •van in las manner of I.'. In his later years when he hau %  %  |i m to ttM llarbados Branch. "ycd hu %  1 of a bygone eSfltU In dun ,..un|.. d|Cr of men and business In l ~t ,~£ '' Of wonts was supplg ; a contagion-. Horace Delghton was a mrrn who lived %  %  and UM Mblat of innilowman : end was r*v ill-speak %  .i UM fttatal) ami ctlgfiMd BiMRi made him %  much raColonials At Japs Blamed Guide Camp For Theft LONDON. Oirl Guides from East Africa, %  kong and Muljjn )oined ptesentutlves from ovti thirty her countries, including (ireat rttaln. at the Guide International imp held from 11th —18th Auggrounds of the Hall MAald. Mtogether. about a thousand .imp. In the absence of Ladv Strathei and Campbell, the Ctdef Com.i.iniT. overseas visitors were coined on August 11th by the IL Mrs. Geoffrey Gibbs. UM i .mmis-uoner. l message from Piinres* CooMaodon of the Sej .< i % %  .i ti-aii jt the weleom. m on Monday, August i palad n-hich t, ( ii nj Illy nrlthln You stale of ulTair* do no? \ ilue fc _5 r 4* n !f n U / P* rt ' 1 cleinei.:..ry <-l been Invited to Thal country. However I know you would like ed on to produce books' and doliif^ .? 2& 5 anfldlan Branch first to hear something in general — %  <>" the 29th August to the 5th about the place. Jama.cn is the she supplied the materials for a cou Idna Ilk* of October. During this time the largest of the BWI. It is bruuhot lunch. yourselves who n-.ut walk i member Of the Barbados Branch uful but in a different wav to the The nearest public SUKXII WSJ to -..iiool if Ivy K-'I In ;" att. will also attend the Commonbeauty of our iland; there are over :i miles away so the teacher Wl en you are tatnfj 'inected tlaure wealth ParUamentarj' Conference mountains with clouds nettling on had to be treated well and enat home the last two days of the •% recent v, FJid general meeting of the Alsothem, cattle grazing in vallevs couraged. the need for whl ^>r oth'-r days you should ciaUon which will be held in over large areas of panture liind apparent since the salary was not think of these things, think of UM Ottawa this year. trees with gorgeous >, aliractlve. This type of school is peoefttt you ure apt to value The Canadian Branch of the j n fact there is an abundance, of known ns a basic school, and lightly and tell your parents you Association will meet hotel and trees and shrubs In Jamaica, and caters for children before the must go to school all the school transportation expenses of the much water; that li why It i *• ftchool entering age of "; this days. Barbados representative, but it Is called the l-and of Wood mid school had however up to class That Is the main point I want %  *nd Olave Lady Baden Powell. Mr, World Chief Guld.. law Nui %  -!•. i..r.v t,. it'. D t n Sunday, 17th August She "'(I the various groups in the imp and spoke to the guide* at -•impfir** .ifter supper. Highlight of the camp was a mmoth campAre held on i*dneaday, 13th August rron M -10 pm. The guides already %  gagM Joined for the oecan by 7.000 others from differ' narts of Great Britain. >ther activities included croup monslrations, an open day for TOKYO. Aug. The Japanese* are o toui metaW atd stones has been looted from Japan's World War II military n^uuru chesl. An inquiry by a committee of the Japanese Diet i that the :mger ol guli ti'cuki otpou.tju largely at Japanese officials. Sensational Japanese and foreign news reports have given the impression mat Liei ineiiibers are accusing American occupation n leu Is of stealing gold, s.lver. diamonds, and platinum coUacted bv the Japanese Gov. uunn* the war. The Diet Comm-ttee, has que*tioued foira.tr members at the Munitions Ministry, the i nance Ministry, the Bank of Japan ind persons close to the Emperor, former Army and Nr.val officials. 'ltd has investigated occupation records. A piel minary report U*ued on August 12. suggested Ihat American occupation personnel had opportunity to loot the treasure. —i\r. visitors and excursions. Each country invited demonstrated some particularly national atpeet of their guiding—national <:nre. cooking, handicrafts or "nnipcraf*. Excursions Included visits to London Windsor, Greenwich and trips down the Thames. S|. Phillip, !" d \hr "S.x£Z %  ^^'" d ,'^_ which he took from the accused. He said that in March he went to fifteen pproxii In The House Yesterday the Colonnade Stores and carrier! ilouI u* UM nuwt educated pe-.plr %  •ed by ndvuiu but he Rill retained the filcnd:ihips to the end. His passing was the source of deep regret to hit iclative* and a wide circle of friends. He was married to a Miss Burman of Grenada whu survives him "ii it> whom along with lr only sister Mrs. Ballou deepvM extended. for the CfKlrcUng the island. The trta frant of £30 a .; ... is 4.411 KL mile, and the populachildren pay each 6 ItM. You have that l^^X w,,l J This resolution U to provide tion nearlv u million and a half, which helps to pay Ihe tcuchei. tMUon to maintain. funds to allow or the payment of Compare that with our 166 So. Enlightened Jamaicans spenk of rtiey praise also our agnrulthe allowance. miles and population of around ,h0 nocd ror tundmi. mon "• %  ' Jamaica you travel tor j.u> DQO iiioiic elementary schools. miles without seeing growing *.. the heart of Kingston, near crup*: thousands of acres of land You can see therefore that there ihe P....'de one night 1 asked a aro uncultivated. We are ftuOormusl bo a lot of children in Jupolireman what was a certain ing from a rice shortage: much ffjf, Clowrrsfrr, which arrived maica and that providing educi. buildinn; he replied that It was could be produced in the swampr n >m Australia over 'Inwi-eketui, tion for them must be a more a school but he did not know the lands of Jamaica alone. The gov.i.nd for Nassau on Mutuhi^ aftta diirlcult_problem than with us. name. This mentality I felt was err.or has appointed a Corporaeuioadlng a quantity of cargo conditions. HOD to go Into this matter. T l,e vessel l* eonalmed to Messrs. Th. 1.,., •1 Aaaaaahlr r-ffrr4r %  • at Mr. Aim laid Ulr rcpoil af %  a* i*. ... ; .i 1..." Hank ar lha 1*M L U Mar 1. 13I. Mr. Ataai at a a* H i a ii an r >r lb* '.!" %  >.%  Ol salarla* t •1 lha l*a*r brant il af ih n Mr v.i.:. alaa n r. a kuliUai % % %  SLUM tar ita ii ,,-.*, aik *f IB" ommonwtallh r.rll.m.ni... th-.. ni %  •tallaai M UUl .1.. PMaM %  ftWaaf llaa far .%  .,1,,., tt u> r rnllir til la>lall.Ovn< al Ibr llarbadai Mui Mr. Adam af a Bill 1* am nd lha Midi. • and Orphan* Pr liar. AM. I*!* illfj. II,,. %  ii lain raM a fl.i fas Mr. F. ft. Millar labUd Uar. rusMtl I. lha mm .( Th. Hau •a adlaard • Bill 1 al 4H p.m. "Gloucester" Stcils For Nassau with Still difficulties of the sort have ult of hool conditions non io go into this matter. ,, ,,.',] ,, ,,",, been overcome in countries larger With so many children in the But persons with a knowledge i > i<_'osi* & Co 1 tl than Jamaica so II shocked m-> to class the child does not learn to of Public Health were pu*7led to c.,_ i„ n ,i B M chutney 4 read nt the beginning of the well. You must think too of UM -Ml l UaM we could be to ad ,,| vegetable^ sweei' in Agriculture and clu, .;„.'puddings, and p] and be to backwards a no nuenulion:.! Tndtllg CorI will be lector,,.,,„„, LM ,. ,.,„(. mL. I ustd ust think too of UM ri school year that many children many who get no learning at all. van< had been turned back from eleThese arc a danger lo the comcatk mentary selioolt In Kingston, the munity: an unlettered person i %  apltal of the Island, through little above nn .mimal. Ing yon later, lack of space. That happens With You baVO U> be thankful for the baalth nibjeclt. lnspect"i I I our secondary and first grade different tradition and outlook on also been axked to assist with schools but not with elementary education in this island; for u sscturafl with the MohU I schools. Imagine that you wanted government tducatlotMlly mindin these ways It is hoped to awakto come to this school but could ed. Jamaicans found it hard to '"" Interest in heulth not be admitted, that you were credit that two of our secondary %  Ir.f.mts die her.in iii<> denied the chance of any cducascho>>ls were merged and in.fae. whole W.-i In,! i\\ lion at all. But I was Informed n-dured Thev eJrpeeted the toss '" "oihfiur uliout that very disbg Questions Asked About Natural Gas thnt this was not extraordinary. that in fact not hulf of the children in Kingston could hope to get ;m elementary education: nor of course, was the sltuntlon better in the country. This information is borne out by official figures huh ftbow that a very large number of the population cannot read or write. The schools are so over-crowded I rag loi^ (hat very few teachers have classes so small as 40 but many more. The MM Mm,,.,; h ,: ,,,„„„ Ull ,. „ ister for Education was reported fOKiai P AA flight to Haiti to as expressing surprise it i).,> a u , H t( ie uinual HaW l visiting ,i Cl mpi ut the invitation Haitian President am' ..!.' %  diat %  tubon ulo Jamcficcin Scouts Fly To Haiti KINOSTON AUK. Thirty-three -I tho books containing the'appi..-taoos mado by D. V. Scott for permission to store rum in the bond from August to Seotcmber 1951. Cross Examined amtned by Mr. Barrow. Mr. F E. Miller. Junior Memrehool. 1 saw an example in the received be r f or St. George, at yesterday's parish of St. TJbomai w&oN I vish<.vSi-i>tits AssocialiMii SSTli n m lh ChCaP M^'nS ot the House of Assemhod a school of 150 with one teach^"^^1^0110*^ d> . .£? .* *. . bl ytabled a question relative to f. This school was a shed about oi Haitian scouts to the CaribA V th ^. ,ta ". r ; King produced he prlcc 0 nalura saB 10' x 20with posts for uprights ^a ""amboreV in JamaS earlier The text of the question is at "oor of mud and tides partly enlnls y ear follows : w 0 ^!? W h bambo Tlw 'ormer -Apart from the goodwill ails government aware that Natbuilding was destroyed by the p^ „* the *Wt, M the Jamaica ural Gas. a local heating agent, hurricane hut it did not appear to contingent leader said, "there are which is distributed by the Nath** larger or markedly better in lnrr ,. other alms of UM ural Gas Corp., is sold at twice V" 10 PII was impressed Firsto arouse in lluitl pubUc m; the price of imjwrted fuel oil, **>' J^ ,hu ""m of member of te „. sl ln K outs, tOCO L B Jk i k^ i i lh, S ,d bv ***** on ual calorlnc valucs " r^,^^L C r,!r ll VM Wh ". w; "' inspire the scouts of Halt, and tion and there is also an export ai.-il ISI.E OF WIGHT. England, Aug. 19. The launching of Britain's largest all-metal flying boat was postpolled on TucWay because of bad weather. The 140 ton giant ftsjoutl "l*rlncett" was run slowly out of Hi hangar on a cradle before a ;.trong wind whipped the tea and made conditions too dangerous Every vantage point was packed with leading aircraft designers. Ministry of Supply officials, and thousands of vacationists for the i.iunrhlng ol the ten engine plane. prunes, butter, beef tallfi ; ,ef tonjju. %  i I !"'•( iill'l S.h<>iur %  /. K, Kuiilein which .ii\l yesterday fn>m Dominica 1..ought 3BW bags of copra, 2,000 I.HMO cocoonuts und five bunche-. iind n package of fresh fruit. S\.S. BlH l tOOP, winch brought I quantity -f eoi o tn n Arattoi i.am, soiled on Monday for Nasstiu tUlfl UM %  '-'I'.l.ini" left for M New Bningwktk II the • Hsui when the merchant has asked ment WBS,e " Ume in having the for permission. P nce * Natural Gas adjusted. He could not remember If Mr. ~— MAUDE BILL TO BE CONSIDERED The Lcade*u| '.lie I' ( Scott made an applieatii respect of the 51 casks from tht Bond. If such an application was made, tiiere would have been %  record and if such an application Aisombl} was not made, that mm should formed members at the meeting' be m the Bond. of the House yesterday that the He could not say what had Government would like to deal' happened to the rum. with the Maude Bill before the At o/ie time he heard rumours end of the mouth, and the Fed-1 about rum being removed through eratlon Report, and the Foreign the back doors and had had Exchange Bill soon. He said thatF-eneral talks about the rumours members should take the opporW ', th A r Titor P c lunity to study these. On October 2 he became aware The House has been adjourned of ,i shor-.age of runv until next Tuesday at 8 pjn. TO-NIGHT at 8.05 MR. OEOROE HUNTE Wl again talk ovtr lUdiffuslon on the . robjact THE IXDUSTRIKS We HAVE Ttaa topic will be an ELECTRICITY" as aa Industry and should prov* to be of irttt Interest to the general public. The "Princess" was lowered u> the water on a special launching winch "to wet her bottom" as ofj/lrlals put it, and then w winchid back on to land to await belter raathtr. —V.T. ha PARISIANS IELEBRATI THEIR LIBERATION PARIS Aug. 19 [i larted on Tu omnMri liberatloo of v* > •, troa UM l tears af*) %  ,.. Ml D I the first day of I., >.| hi „. eourtyard "f UM pop a I ,>" || ofllclall. I August 25, but it wai on August 19, 1W4I that Ihe H-IV wenl up throughout ttafl ofl a revolt and ordertig lo "OXA-n the load SPECIFY EVEHITE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND TIJflMLL ASBESTOS WOOD. Haiti plaM to hold an All0 1954. The Jamaica Scouts took with than a message of goodwill fiom the Governor. Sir Hugh Foot, K.i'.M.G., to the Pre t Haiti, and a 111m of ih. Jamboree In Jamaica. U.S. Dollar Down MONTREAL Aug. 19. The United States dollar Mon%  d at a discount of four per cent. In terms of CanadUn fund* unchanged from Friday's ii took 96 tent*. 10 bis) >1 Americnn. The %  is I2.67J up — Kridny. In New Y./ik the Canadian dollar was unchanged at a premium if 4 5/32 pei cent in terms of United Statet funds In closing' forii:n exchange dealings Monday. The pound sterling was up 1/16 of a rent at $2.78 9/16. —<\P. LOOK a& y FEEL itA IN A FINE READY-MADE SUIT So handy in the Home!! So delightful at the table!! STEWED GL'AVAS—Only 48c i> bolllo GUAVA JELLY 44c. b. lllc MANGO CHUTNEY 72c., 60c. & 48c. per bolllc PEPPERS u 30c. per bottle PEPPER SAUCE 40c. & 20c. per bottle SALTED PEANUTS 84c. per bottle HONEY 0 44c. per bottle Obtainable al our Home Products Dcpt CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. 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Available in Mrul and Checker fonn ... is equal ln food tnrrily to 3 pound! of Prosh Meat . TAKE YOUR DOG A BAG TO-DAY . MHIES A FOOD HE'LL REALLY GO roil . *. II. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. ; %  % AGENTS. J" "v.v.w.%v.v-: % 



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PAfit SIX' BARBADO S ADVOCATE WEDN t:si>A. AlCL'ST W 1 $6,000 Passed for Overhauling Lighting System ai Hospital ^^^M^-^SSS^ House Pass $2,880.Fo, MQueMm. ^£^ For Salaries Commission On .4 Variety % %  • THE Ho-uat of Assembly yesterday ultci.iuon passed a resolution lor $6,000 tor the Kenoral overhauling of the enure eiectricai installations, both power and lighting, at the Barbados fJcneral Hospital. l>r. II. ti. ( iimmiiis (Ll who took charge of the resolu lion tokt (he House that the electrical installations at tin llcuamal had been inspected by the Emtage Electrical Cc and the Acting Government Electrical Inspector and cere made to hove the entire Swiss Churche* lain recommendation* Wi svstem overhauled. He Mid UIBI ihe Director i Medical Services with the unan tnoui concurrence of the Ilospit I Hoard had supported the abov r.vonustei id aliens. In view "of" the danger lnvolvi it was felt that the woik shou he undertaken as quicklv possible. It was considered th there was an urgent neeu for V work so be carried out and sup plernentary provision was accoimgly requested for It to be dm during the current financial yi He therefore moved the passji of the resolution Carelessness Mr. W. A. Crawferd (C> aa that it Irajaaml to him am U that had been some carclesanei* son< there that an important matt like that was led uni.tlei.dni .loped that In ilmilar inatltutmr similar, stale of affairs would n oe allowed to Uke place Ha said that h? did not prop' to refer In a general way to ti unsatisfactory condition:, exlsti. at the hospital. rut he wanted let the authorities know that the. war* one or two things at ti Hospital which also required son. urgent attention. A number of complaints I. been made with legard to the h adequate ftccommoJatlori etc it was to be hoped that th< mpUml were not falling > deaf ears and that m the ve: near Mure appreprinte would bo taken to itnpruv. congUtsogu vThat be wanted t<> draw atteu lion to was .the inadequate accor.i modatlon t 4he laundry and the. kitchen. A la ice number of peopl> happened to'be employed in the places, bot-uudcr most unsatisfactory coodWOh %  The amount %  work done ther.had ccmpleui\ utgrowu the size of the p allocated to It and that work WJ dune under very distressing €<%  dltloni. He was sura that betti .< r rang emeu u could be made the Institution for carrying o that work Storing of Food Mr. Crawford also said U> the provision made for the >.U > lag of food at the InsUtutl waa totally Inadequate and s seated that steps shoald taken to have rxtra irromn ditlon provided. He hoped tha 1 sense attention would be pa' | to have the situation remedi Mr. B. D. MOTTLLY for money, members would I. allowed •ome Istllude to disci! the mttter. He said that It was alwi heartening to see a Resolution I fore the House for Unprovi m of the Hospital. The nddendum 1 tho Resolution pointed out that i i view of the danger involved, l %  i patient at the Ho •id ml tied pital. "All is not wall at the Hotpital he said and added that it was not his own personal feeling. I'ut .1 leellng which was expressed an many people all over the island. Firat things must be dealt witn tint and if anything should takv priority. It should be the HospiUi. it should even take precedence over the Increase of salaries loCivil Servants whether he be the Colonial Secretary or I of the subordinate staff. He understood that plans had been recommended to the Qovt* 1 ernment. not for carrying the Hospital to Waisrford. but fo mnking a general tmprovenv" Adore Uiere could be BO or SO be1 "Spending Spree" In a community Itn inn. met beil were attacked by their co; • • •of some -spending sprr•ind they had to bow their he* 1 in shame and to think that recor mendationt had been made f 1 %  the improvement of the Hospil d and yet nothing had been done. II. hoped that the next maj( r Resolution to coma before B e House would be for a scheme 10 improve the General Hospil .1 lure people could be given (* %  i treatment THE HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY yesterday uas-seU %  Mtxilutum foi $2,880 to cm the expenses of a Salarie. Commission. 195*. Thin Commission will make recommendutions conccrnmn th. salaries of Civil Servants other than Administrative hears. Professional and Technical Officers. Trie Commissioner wil. be Sir Errol Dos Santos, forme: Colonial Secretary of Trin dd, who has been throuph th* ranks of the service. Tho Leader of ihe House, Mr G. H. Adams said that the reco nmendations were expected to be ready by November. ZURICH, Swiiscrlaud, Aug IS The Association of Swiss avranLONDON ^clical Churchc* has adopted a 1. A new -curse record of GS resolution calling for the introduwas set up during ihe Open Golf non of a "Motorless Sunday" eacl. Championihlp at Royal Lytham a month at its recent annual ConSi. Annes. who waa the golfer? gross held here. The resolution . proposed (hst on one .Sunday ir 2 in the last year Miss Maneach month all motor vehlcTr reen Connelly of the United Stat%  traffic should be forbidden with las won three national lawn tenthe exception of emergency serils title Can you name the COUii> vices, 'ries? —C.P. fhe Addendum to the Resold under the Chairmsnshlp of a Government Official, the Colonial Sac Smart and ^ Healthy v Hair tion reads : In accordance with a Goveri • ment statement at the tune • the implementation of the recou mendations of the Commitu 1 appointed to examine the estat listunent of Administrative, Pi• nu^niher ieasional and Ti-chrucal OffVceri t Is proponed to appoint a a sJarW Commissioner with the followli %  '•eference : I. One member _. team which played India In the rctary. In addition to that, there third Test at Old Ttafford was was also the Financial Secretar-. making his Test debut Can vou i unother Government Official. say who"" Mr. Adanw said that the Honourable Member was absolutely *• Th e 1952 Derby and Eclipse out of order in then saying tlu.t J 1 "** w e won by the Aga the Turner C >mmlttee should •*" %  ", s Tulyar The last time thinevcr have been constituted (a) To review and to make rethe pr lendauons regardant appom tlic remuneraUon of Government servantF Barbados excluding tho? covered by the Turin Committee Report, excej where it Is considers anomalies still exist would be created by tl recommendations to made, with special refe snee to the followin points:— Mr. CrawferS said that in no way criticising the revlous Committee, tment he srsj ,vork ' two If he could net do that, thev might as well havr .1 dictatorship. Because of this difference in the two Commissions, they could expect u fundamental different in the findings He was not "foi one moment suggesting that the presence ot the Colonial Saci?tary or thi Financial 3ecret;-i v guaranteelouble 1939 What horse? 5. In the present century only one golfer apart from Bobby Locke 'ha* won the Open golf champions three times In four years. What Is his name? 6. Which cricketer has made most centuries In one season of itrst-clsuas cricket? T. A member of the British women s team who competed in her third Olympic Games. In I9SS and again in 1948 she was runner-up In the high lump. What is her name? What is the Olympic 1.600 Mr. A. K. S. Lewis (LI er.^jlr. 1 lioin the member for St Thorn* i in charge of the Hosoiutlon whether the standby Dlant at ttii Ri pilal was known to be in good working order, because there hu<* been frequent break downs at the Rlertric Company. He thought it STM lime (or them to know Ahelber the generator was rseelvDd nV .dtrntlon of the Qovern ment Electrical li-spector so th.it t could be used in a case .1 .mergency. New Hospital Mr. V. BVaufcan il) said th il lie hud visited the Hospital quiu> recently with his colleague and the impression he brougnt away area that the colony needed an entirely new Hospital. There we.'' many things wrung with it anu "piece mealing" here and the-* '.vuuld eventually cost the coloi v a lot more money than if they h> I *tt out to build a new instltutlo 1. Colonial Development and We ne eoitl 0 fthe Salaries Comm. (I) the extent, if any, which the present co of living allow an" should be regarded permanent and be i> corporated in basic u> alias, or as temporal and related to the ra of living index; (U) the geosxal standarc of remuneration an superannuation pa? ments in the Colon outside the Civil Se vice; Ta enquire into and rep" on any matters incidental 1 1 the foregLiug WsslSli %  appear relevant to ihe gun,, and to DBIBS mendations as to any conn queutial a faie had offered the Govemme a sum of money to erect a Ho* pital as they realised that tl e present one was totally inadequa'.for the colony It had to serve, but nothing had been done. He -..id that he was appalled nt the Slag of the kitchen, the site of the pantry as well as that of the laundry at the Hospital. Those ai range-menu; Wf" most lnadeuuate. Even in some private homes, the pantries were much larger than that at the Ho-pital. He felt that the money which chamber for the" approval of had been voted^for the erection R 0 | U tlon regarding salaries Administrative. Professional Service Association's opinion had been sought concerninK the ap point meet. Mr. Adasss aaid that It would b preposterous to go about askuithe various parisne* whether the. were satisfied with the appointment of a Chief Justice, the same way it stemed silly to g. _. aoklng "A", "B" and "C" of th %  son? Service whether they agreed wit 1 18. What Is the lowest aggrethe appointment. gate score recorded in the 72-hole It was the policy of Government. Open nolf championship? however, to submit legislation fo 19. Who captained the English the Inspection of various ossocie'occer team in their recent matchtlons It would affect and ask tho how they felt on certain pun.' about It; for instance, the Ten ere* Association ur ihe Servers, esc. Total 82,8*0 ritiiism Senior Member Mr. Adams said that as promised the House when Government approached t h of 1 new Fire Station could ha been spent on tho Hospital. The honourable member 1 charge of the Resolution was %  dical man who should ha\ Technical Officers the Government endeavoured from that very r.gagc the service cf someone acquainted with cond'f5 roc 1 ^JSSL* &rSS -in.^'oVa.n.dernjnstJtutl,. %£?% ^^H^MM^J^ %**£ as quicMy as possible. Eveo und >hould n0 | to satisfied that at a Hosp:tal, If electrical equipment was not to date, it might hamper Patents, at that Institution w 1 weee attending It for treatment Criticisms I have the great*aMwlfVaf of Hei.h ihe 1 %  charge of it Rosolutlon md incidentally, tl Chain v Compassed. mittea tl i ird, no I could it thi temptation offer criticisms when you 1 mi L" Mr. Men : point of] I 1 im on bih ilf -1 the suffering people o! th colon they '"ere dol.-.j whit he ai J %  very other member of the llou ; ;ered a riglt: thing i that ha bad Uni t>• of the Uci of the Hospital within 1 rew yebe lu>d t >en ti"i "II %  and Inspect 1 there were to< that inatitutl that he vouhave welcome l Resolution f ; extending ot pi vidlng In % %  %  • mnnncr, a 111 ... %  rnn...>d..tlon at the %  "ti tut ion. He understood that lh r* were plant subf) immediate uTJp T OVaaSssnl r.ospltai and <>nc wondered r vas the delay. Health First If there was anything in .olony to take priority 01 | Ahat outlook mi^nt he. it must health and Uw first priority 1 he the hospital. It was dlffi. for those who had nan : <-en burnt to appreciate what u .,ippening. It was sad to thinl )0J people who *ere waiting t. '.mltted as patients at the 11 pital. Ha Quoted an lust %  where a woman had U .•leven months before she coul .esponsible member of the Gov•; ernment with the Hospital as was at the moment. J He felt that Government instead of bringing down patch wcrk Resolutioiu tor a tew WOf lid hnng dov n a Resolu11 m seeking provision for the erection '•' a new Hospital. The Resolution was eventually 10 \ustralia Buys Copy Ot AlugiiU Carta liKHA, Aug. CAW .itary Speaker A. u. L'Stneron announced on Tuesday mat one of the 14 copies ol the M-gna Carta known to exil baa been purchased by the Austran 1 they anal Library. The sel er mr g v.aie not disclosed. Xns Maggal Carta tGreat Cb Hal ided as the backbon „i modern dsmocratu It was Rranted by Kin "t j.'iui c' England lo hU barons In ith sucn %  i 1815. The key chapter is that believed he itssi "To no one will w> soil refuse, or delay right -fJ.F. ably a Civil Servant or Ex-Cl Servant. They hd found some difficult % %  la getting the services of two 01 three persons whose names wet •uggested, and who seemed to 1 • .•mlnently suited, from their experience In tha Wea Indies - i Commissioner. Sir Krrol's Career Finally the Government hod neen able to secure the servicis of the Ex-Colonial Secretary 11 Trinidad, Sir Errol Dae Sant> There was no other Wait Indi n as far as he could remin I had gone through the service from tha humblest beginning until be reached the hightst a..st. He believed the House would ngree with him when he said that they were fortunate in ncquirirz his services. Sir Errol Dos Sant* %  :. waa In the United Kingdom then iuld bS here shortly. All .the preliminary work necessar. was being dona and when Sir Errol arrived, he would be, Philip had not criticised the ap. ", pointment of Commissioner Adams, and there was no reason for him to criticise In this case That member was only speakim. for the sake of saying something He had never accused the Trinidad Government of corrupti even of inefficiency. It was uttei*. for the Honourabl. to stand on the fl the House and accuse him of ta Iking in that way about a friend ly Government. Apart from h'i v.ews on the progressive force, the Government was. he should say, efficient, Mr. Crawford said that th.comparison of Commlssioni. Adams and Commissioner against Italy, Austria Switzerland? 20. When did women compete .n the Olympic Games for the first lime? Answers.' Fred Daly, Balmoral. United States, England. IreTony Lock 4. Blue Peter. 5. James Braid and 1908. 6. Denis Compton, 7. Dorothy Tyler. 3 mln. 45 2 Joseph Barthel, Luxembourg. 9. British Olympic soccer teai 10. 11. 12. IS. H t rtet flH6E"FIRE fOUCKH YOU/ Inn %  11 i.k UNGUENTINE'X' QUICK A MODERN ANTISEPTIC 1 TTTRF*. nr .IAR^ itt.it i-i looks . miart, lustrous . i.bvlously well cared for . follow the lij.l uf discriminating men the world over . use JULYSIA Tonic HAIR CREAM The Cream of ftairdressint/s MM*0fca S.M.G. AGENCIES I. **. MOMMO, PALMETTO ITREET. IBCOCTOWK, BARBADO KUM specially packed th (THEMICO There's always a clean hygienic frsgrance in every room where thai S-M-O-O-T-H Paste cleanser is used. Pots, Pans, and 11 lea,Sinks, and Paint work respond quickly to its treatment— there's not a scratch LB 8 TrnTHTr*' 1 *! Of Chemico. I Santos was not applicable. ComMllburn mlsslonc" Adsnut went into t^ %  %  hole Servce, while Commlssiu.. er Dos Santos was only g >ing in to a section. ThiResolution was passed. Truman Honour* King Feisal WASHINGTON. Aug. "nin on has awardr 1 of Merit to King Felsal II oi %  J for I"' %  %  between his eouiiSy "d <" United SUtes, the State Deponnent annotuu-etl on Tueaday. madtne ri •t a White House lunche-n 1 Mtnrday, '-nit the enMtnoainc it I up wlule the Iraquian toversui'.ent was being uld finish the wor the and of November en 1 [I'lerefure they were incorporating 1,at in the Terms of Reference. His expenses were based on th, ti rms of Commissioner Aden.: ho made the original Adan • sport. Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) n > Mat It was apparent that truss a fundamental difference be* .cen the appolnlment of thi 1 oinmission to enquire Into the Inn-"of the Admlnlstrativi ; -ofessionsl and Technical Offt. irS ..'i the one appointed to aniiulrc into the working condltli 1. %  r tha remainder of the sarvic Othor Committee) When there had b een com 1 lainU with regard to the sai; ies of the top 1 anklng officers l -al committee was nppointr> UOVf T^^a*'eefTfBSl %  ffavori %  Tbeswecfncvof ncirlub!com— %  BUssaggr's 1 p their Corn Flr.kasctcura to vou. fresher! Your b BOTKH v y m 'I* The World'* Greatest SKIN OINTMENT I 7am Buk HM!mi, A*tlMt.c I handy STRANDED TRAINS REACH SAFETY LLANDBRIS, Wales, Aug. 12 Two trains with 120 hoUda> makers aboard reached sefel, enrly on Tuesday after being -trended by a plane crash that nlocked the track's 3500 feet up Mount Snowdon. The pi RAf cargo craft, crashed onto tho ailway Ti SctlSMSli Sir Errol Monday kil-ng aU three ot R



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WEDNESDAY, \ I CIST 20. iS2 H AIIBAIHIS \|I\IM \ n PACE SERGEANT RUNS A 'CITY' v&tou !" He puts democracy first for caravan citizens The ail-American citizens or Sabre City say It Is the most demoLiatlc city ID the world. It elects a BUU >r and a city council which meet twice a month Every month there is a public meeting of all citizens, at which grievances may be aired. The nuusewivce nave n council of Uielr own and Uiey meet to discuss su r n matters as laundry arrangements, th* price of fruit and vegetables and children's road safety drill But Satire City U not In any or the 48 states. It is near SUntun. Norfolk. It is composed entirely of caravan* and It nouses scores or American airmen stationed at Shepherd' Orove. The caravans are painted all colours For acres round stretch sites whicn will oe occupied by more caravans as more airmen's families arrive. Mayor of Sabre City is Czech Farmers Jailed For Sabotage VIENNA. Aug. IB. A Czech newspaper reported 00 Tuesday that ten Chechoslovakian farmers had been sentenced to prison terms of Up to ten years for sabotage and subversion. Tie official army newspaper "Obrana Lidu" said that Josef Mastnv "Kulak" in the Pilscn region, his Wife, and three sons were convicted for failure to deliver bee(. milk, and pork quotas. They drew sentences of from three to ten years In jail, and all their property wa^ confiscated. The newspapers "Lud" and "Pravda" said that live men were Jailed for "sabotaging supply by falling to deliver their quota:. One of the defendants drew an exlra penalty for "ostentatiously and provocatively coughing" when a priest read a message from the Communist World Peace Council." Besides jail term* they were forbidden ever to live in the Bratislava region again and thnr properly was confiscated. —U.P. Uranium Rush In Australia SYDNEY. Aug. 19 Hundreds of young men, retired prospectors, and even women were leaving Sydney's hustle and bustle on Tuesday to participate in the search for uranium in the vast and lonely Northern Territory. Many people were forming syndicates and pooling resources in order to search ta territory. Sydney stores selling gelger counters were reported OOld out. Many New South Wales farmers are buying gadgets t march their properties for signs of uranium. With uranium likely to become one of Australia** top dollar earning exports under the new deal by which the nation is tied up with the United Stales Atomic Energy Commission, everybody seems to want to cash in on the boomAn official of the New South Wales State Mines Department said. "Everybody has gone uranium happy. They are driving us mad with questions. Hundreds of people told us that they •re deserting Sydney to take up uranium prospecting in Northern Territory."— V. P. Legiess, Armless Soldier Hurries WASHINGTON. Aug. 10. Robert L. Smith. 22 tne ftral juadruplet amputee of the Korean war began his honeymoon witn his seven teen-year-old bride whom he met while detained in ID army hospital. Siiuifi, %  former army private, M'ho lost both his hands and legs was married last night in a tiny Ki>rt Lincoln cemetery chapel here to Barbara Borm. For Smith, marriage fulfilled .in ambition he dreamed of month.-, ago as he lay in the army hospital. He told newsmen that "some day I would like to walk like any man down the middle alsls and pledge vow; to the girl 1 km After the ceremonies. Smith drove his bride off on a wedding (rip in his own specially equipped car. He laughingly declined to tell newsmen where they were gomi; OQ their honeymoon. Smith was wounded in one arm during fighting around Chang Jin reservoir In Korea November 1910. He suffered a severe ca>e of frostbite that necessitated the amputation of both hands at wrists and both legs below th" knee now he has hooks clam pel onto the stumps of his arms and gets about with a special limb and crutches. While Smith was rccuperatinc in hospital Miss Borm visited the patient* and the two fell in love. Smith draws a monthly pension of $360 from the veterans' Administration. In addition, people throughout the United States sent him contributions totalling about $120,000 which has been placed in a trust fund. When Smith was discharged from hospital July 4. U.S. Government presented him with a specially equipped automobile. When he decides to build a home Smith also will be eligible for $10,000 in Government assistance te build a special house. _.TJJ. Mamer-agl William U Henl-u Mii'nr or sabre (in. nauae* for a IBM with tlrmni t*t ('lax Charles A. Gonduaaler ar.d hi* wire i.ion. Hi. < i|..-i. r* ,ome from Oklahoma. Master-Sergeant William O. Ben bow. age SO Tram Gi..be Arisona A tighter allot during the war tie is now in the airfield administration branch Fr^uenllv >h.-*./.•>Iru<|i Agricultural Students To S|M-IKI PartOTTimt In U.S. WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. Reliable United) Stales sources said on Tuesday that an agreement is expected to be signed shortly between the Irau.1 government and the Technical Co-operation Administration of the State Department for students of the College of Agriculture near Bagndad to spend part of their training at the College of Agriculture of the University of Arizona. They said that the ..grvenwnt would be signed shortly between TYCA Admuil***atus" Stanley Andrews and a representative of the Iraqi government. Delivs Hydri. Director of the Iraqi Department of Agriculture, who is at present visiting agricultural colleges In the DB bad States, has helped, he said, to bring this agreement to virtual completion. He rxplalncd that the College of Agriculture of the University of Arizona was chosen because Arizona's agricultural problems, especially those of irrigation, most closely resemble those of Iran.. He said that students of Iraq's College of Agriculture, which wus recently inaugurated on a 8,000 acre site near Baghdad, will be given the task of converting Iraq within the next ten years into a food granary, recalling the time of classical Babylon when Iraq supplied much grain to the Near East. v.r. If "Bill" to everyone—walks round the caravan city for an interchange of news and views The mayors wife and their three children occupy s .1 IJU.Ideckel earjvjTi in JTW o! the "suburbs Said the mayor sergeant: Wr -i*..organised owaeltai on o town lines —in tact there u ni nota dem icrattc city in the world than Baafi DJ Feisal Touts Ford Plant DETROIT Aug IB. King Feisal II of Iraq arose '.ii h i' Tin-.1.1, (tor .i loni of Ford's Giant River Rouge Plant and the Greenfield Village Museum. Later he will attend a reception gfrtn by local Iraqul. The young monarch was greeted by 1,000 Detroit Iraqul 00 Monday night when he arrive,! by plane from Washington. The crowd shouted: 'Yash Jail lathyc'! Arabic for Long live Rig M.ijt\st\" %  when ihe smiling t7-y*sa old monarch landed. In a brief ceremony he was greeted by Thomas Hakim, Jack Pajor. and Joseph Acho representing the IraquiHn American Society of Detroit. Hakim's nvc> ear-old grand daughter Patricia presented Feisal with a bouquet of white roses. With the King, were his uncle Regent Abdul Allah and Abdullah Becker. Minister of Iraq. They went bv limousine t.. Dearborn Inn to spend fhc night.— I'.p. From Drought B IIAKKV l\ 1KVM/ WASHINGTON. Aug. 19 Damage to cm, S thus f#r at about $l.2S0.WH1.0l>. is offset in Canada by good growing wettner for gi-im. expectation "f an all time record wheat crop. Large wheat crops in both the United Stales and Canada will reduce th be affected. The Mexican cotton crop for r la estimated ut 225,000 than the 1,150.000 bales production of last year, partly because of dryness in the planting period, but also to credit restricUons Drought in the United Slates hit the southern section hardest. and the New England coastal areas with maize and cotton were %  I l> affected. These are not the major areas of wheat production. Rain occune.i in many formerly dry areas during the past two weeks, and official concern ut shifting to the situation in Texas and the great plains states. Precipitation in Texas during the pasl 15 weeks has been from four to eight inches below normal at various points, and tbact QM been much deterioration of rotton In that state. Due ehtaAj to the drought, the cotton Ogen fur the United States was forecast on August 11 at about 400.000 bales less than the 1951 crop.— V.r. Jamaica Public Sorvic!.* Earnings Higher Dunn,; UM tw.'52 operating revenue* !•-•>. Limited (operating NIO..diai> ..f Jamaica Pull. United) amounted t, an iner<\i%e of £95.482 over £009.511 shown for the pCtCfes months. Operating raven thins were £ I. C45A.066 and retirement le s ervi accruals increased to £55.4 It; frou 140.834. \ g| £148,99: was up from £121,851 A % % %  | subsidiary's i dividend ii\jinremei,Land ''xpenses and taxea of i> company, the balance | to the common Shan* lublic Service UnM, from Sterling Ut Caruuli.. at the rate of $2,74 to the ..s $254,252. or $1.88 a share, for the latest period. In the twelve month.ended May 31, 1951 when Sterling \v.,s converted to t\m.i.i..iidollars at the rate of $2.99 to the £ the comparable balance was $203,908. or $1 51 per share common stock of the parent company Useful Information For Egyptian Agriculture STATE COLLEGE. Pennsylvania. Aug. 19. A Hours 1 the Egyptian deleDta (o the Sixth International %  i here -aid ... Tuesday that the World Assembly was providii— Oil Sought In Cayman Islands JAMAICA, Aug. 12. Exploration now being carried out in Jamaica aimed at locating possible petroleum deposits. ;itf reaching out to the dependencies of the island. Explorers have applied for permission to seek oil in the Cay man Islands and the Turks and Caieos Islands, two dependencies of Jamaica. Israel Will Appeal To U.N. About Syrian Statement TEL A VIV, Aug. 19. It was learned that l declared to appeal to the United Nations about Syria's "strong man" Colonel Adeeb Shishakly's recent statement that there was no room for Jews in the Middle East. Informed sources said the Israeli foreign oftlce will instruct its permanent delegate to the United Nations to protest to the security council about Shishakly's Statement. They said the S MI.:I attack will bring the foreign oftlce demand for meeting ol Ur—! %  Syrian mixed armistice They added that the foreign office will also draw the attention of the United Nations truce supervisor Major General William Hilev to the "violation of the armistice agreement which forbids the use of threats." —U.P. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay S-hoomr Slav OliVr. School < | %  lL fehoontr L*ud*tph-. Vhoonn l.j M f Mj D. W.IUc. Schoon-, |t..i.p II ^ !" f• r*^ 0 "" ^ !" Srhoonr BMSMSrlM S Schoo..^ Ro,., !" fcho...,. ^?^' %  '*^ on •' %  MsMon H--11.Wullr. GS,U Her L^ u ""V 1 Moi * v "*" ARUVAU Schoon.. W I. Eunwla. M !-,.. C Brunawich Sea well ARRIVAI.H nr n w i A ON MOSDAT !'• %  liltOSaS. r llt.hop. 0 l.tin. M n B|lo B II SccHl. A Srati, Q Scon. 9 Bnrtl, B Woo*. B SiiiK'> C Rinjh. p Singh, R broarao. H Bamaioo. W ni W n. II llii.-rn|) K an eager to enlorge tti'ir knowledge of pasture Irlgatlon he added, because "we depend largely on BrtlAclal Irrigation, not rnln. for raising crops and 205 More African AsioMfid Tueailst) l-OKT EUZABETH, Aug. It, The se.' i renewed passive resutauce c a in [> %  • i g 'i against South African segregation l. \s lx>re fruil here Monday with 205 Africans being arrested fthortf Iv after midnight. The rAinjgajan vrant Into htgta II hour with will orgaolMd groui t kelatln i segregation law'-. regulations. Petal \ %  amat lidded l.i .il i'" toUowtag %  slmiiai outbn tk I il u.dav brouatit Uu '-"i.'i In ''"'' BnUbeth to 3oi. —c.r. EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say 'NO' to All These Questions? *>• jou m(lf Irom %  ACKATHFT RHKl'MtTlSMT aLBfi iriyw MaDa CHTO I (XSS Of ENERGY' TOO rWQURMT URINATIONf I II w ssst U "YES" I* ..i %  Htilnni Ihm yau an lifcalf la.Rr kalwrs. Di't W-y. *' Tak* Oo4d'l Kidney PIUI ihr •*•"< raaad>. For T half %  cnttu. m.ll-n. ol . al fill la lakr. Battlr -I'll pill. .' Dodd's Kidney Pills and pnsI p %  Clear bmuuig is needed here I N the early days of Contrap*. it was an u i icard ol event i ;. %  a hand to i played in a suit bid by an epp intnt, laa thp latter had to be •treated w:tn resp?ri. i Nowsdava free us? is made oi fxpu:. card su.Le and it mr.y wfll happen thai a p.svcr holds such lengih and s:rengili in a sjit named by the oupov-..on that he feel* an a::emp: snonkl !>-• made to secure the contract In Uist deni):n.na*.^n These *uar:on are fraught with anx'.etv. -nee another modern dn.-.opmem is the incretwed use ol cue bids in •nerr.v nilts *nj .oJifusion is apt to be d -.i itfous, bui a review of Ihe auction and a lltl e common sense should clarify the nature ol We*!, (or exaoptt owns One by M. HARRISON-CRAY toubthng ? : K Q J 8 o 3 0 A J K 10 9 The one call he must ivoid II Two Hearts 8ou:h may read it a-a lorcng-'-O-ganie cue lid and carry thbidding skv-higli m 8psde Jtor;h shou-d make h Intention clear *.:h s lump ovenai; of Three Hearts, which :* reasonablv safe under the Rue ot Two and Thr*' even ihoagri Wes: ha* bid One Heart on son Ml '.nn A 10 7 5 Knowing UW B %  ind rand with two or three treks in MSB > %  "\ p ,-.,T H! %  KB % % %  :' %  UBl ab* wish to p.ay in an oppinen: %  suit if he b.d-% : %  altei nxk'ng a penaltv double ol thsi nt instance : W| Ons i .') Northi One Hear* Ea.*'.. Olii" Sptde South ho.ds : A J 10 9 a K 6 K 8 Q J 10 7 Anv double is bu'lnesf once mad i a eg djuble ol One Spade wi:i He taken ou'. BUI M a good opening >id if West stuMM become and to warn North i i Hearts If the East-Wei-: s'.renglh seem* ,;m.ted. South can confirm Lhe ol h-s hand b] Kun| M.,.,,11... I.,_ raws. OT %  %  Aall| B an raiara. [i*ratd paaaajpi i, -i 1. i— Jo* > Arthurtnn. Mn Walhry. M.lt Alberl Walhe.. ktM n Julius, M Samuel Mril.T Hi John KUlKll, Mi awvnaUi n*u... M, |..l Davl*,. nrrABTI BBS -UBWIt ON MUNPAT f'.m Paarl* HI,. Mr, Albert Orrsorirk, Mia A Oi B Mteki Mra Plorone* OMMard. M.U iTiuip Goddard. Mi.. Cw\ Gnddard. Dr Edward Itoldrr. Mia* CraitU Milk. Mr. Harold Mlilinfton. Miaa Harllynn Cnabrol. Mr Rolwrl Crtchlow. BTValyn Datirl. Mr> gll-^n Gom, MM Rii. Ouinn. Mlaa Mar|arl Markham. M, H.....I.I Smith. M !>..... Wililan.. lar lrl-i4aa Mr. ColrrMlaW BUckali. John ahaph'rd. Alan Sflktfakerd. Bulallr Walrnll. Itamona A'lioroao. Locv MMU.I Phylll* II**!!,. Fllr-n Joa-ra.. El*ln Saalr Klliabalh l.li 0*>TI. V*rr MillM. Mar !• rta Kmhlalon. LucilU WiUlama. AMl TlarkW, #9 Bralhw.lte. Maiaol I-U[ fldara. I*tla Millan. D^mali M.aiamn.r.i Tatenca Warburlon ON -i sim lar Anina. M-rsJi>-l ItaiahMiM: Grniviavr Gardi.. F AH.Hultm. Cavil II %  r-* Huila CeelllB Hunlr ." K.A.F. Airmen Killed In Crashes IX>NIX)N. Aug. 10. 1 riVI HA.F. .iir.nen were kil|.,| and iliree aircraft destroyed in two crashes three hours and 20 minutes lupart. The llrst crash was at Bdtison airfield Oxfordii !< %  .vhere three cadeta died when theirtwin englned alrcran plouKhetl into the ground MM n,mute after Uikei.II on %  ii..unniBight It exploded and disintegrated. The second crash was at Stanhojie York-hire where two RAF Meter Jet fighters also on a ti.iming Might collided in thick f OVfjff Stanhope town. Two ci w members escaped, by para< I,ute from one plane. The pilot and navigator of the other |et were killed -IIP. ; I e>-rf • %  %  •• -"n i art g U.S. Econoinically Sound For 6 Mjoifthrt BOSTON, Aug. 19 Economist Itoger Babaon. who forecast the 1929 st'Kk market ciash. took a look at the United States economy on Tuesday and predicted continued prosperity for at least another six month Some day we will be in for buit but It won't happen right now" uld the 77-ycr-old former professor and party Presidential ci ndldate* in an Interview. "We'll stay right where we are Got tbi i ext six months or so".—U.F. S5fi* %  Ml I'S I % % % %  II l I ||.[ I OMrOKATION i.tn I .l.rldf* fclraat Dial :-HCASH j OFFER Father your family depends on you GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 24 GUAGE — 6 feet Long SB M.32 per sheet .. @ tf-04 „ M 8 ,. „ 9 $S.7 .. .. 9 .... & *. „ 26 GUAGE:— 8 feel Long @ $5.12 per sheet GALVANISED NAILS @ 37c. Per tb J*~ Shop Now and Save '. BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. 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Aa a niiihr-tap r.< j—i-i luahhy re.toraiive aleep, 'Ovahine'ha> earnrd a fa\o>irrd plage in milltona of homes tlo...i k li..l ihr .....1.1 OVALXIJNE Costs so little it yivvs so much Sold in a sV eje Al lint h. all Ihennnt and Siorti. IHMMTArn—IMe that Ihe largt di. • 0. .m .. tin csntamt 14 ounces. g u\ ii/riM-: instil ITM ssd .uiLai-i.ill, .. i .. ill hry an nabkr I..an Ihr .us.fdH.it> r^iuj.^e a (>...|-.i>.., H 'Oviltinr'. arul air slab.roualy irJuriahiKat. in.lKdr a Sadut • ., ., taaasWawss|wSsw*asss • • %  slrr 'tWaltinc' .crnrmbaf I UMlnnt' Bitciaiu arall. V. and dumtjiiuaed fliraur. MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402



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WEDNESDAY, AUCl'ST 20. 15.' BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACI MINE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF TH£ FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE OAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC COUNG THBBe IS A WAV 'N TnC 00*41. LAeOSAT,:** STAKE'S 1 A MACMWE... A MATTeR-TaT-VtSViiTTER. THAT SEAMED OR. CARSON 'O ANOTHER, R.ANBT. 1 wfl MOST fla f"W> IC, WE SO lut SllM?^-By COS-APl..i'EtVfa. *fit oral s*teo iNsiptf Be kind to your face Usii rsi TO irv the loveiieat Cold Own to ckam your complexion unless you alto UM the I 1 an.l hamn >i tiisuea to Don't JTOW your delicti* skin. There's no need. Pond', soft Tissue Hankie* \re to absorbent that they will quickly soak up tha craam dust, stale make-up and all. Ami ibey never tvllanar m(o tow bult pbjpm They're stn* ai well as soft and ahaorbmi. Then? are so many um (or these Tissues all tha lime, everywhere. Uaed aa run lie*. Ihey are softer lhan tfe Iinet cambric. ltd nn you hours of wuhin| and ironing Ita-lroy them once you have used Ihem Oat a packet today, and keep u handy. You will wonder how you ever marup.l without Ponds Tissue Hankies. Ai all <>ie ban •OET 1TRONC ABSORBINT Glands Madejoung -Vigour Renewed Without Operation r r*u fa*i DM bfor ... rf from nara, brs t-9 w!H ri! ia l tn *a Aroaa'i aaajrr whl<-h raali -• Y ir U> rvalltt .| U -r*W II 1* a % %  we Warns •• %  %  i> IT.I. hem ah •• %  %  %  wWMpsrMr AII ww *. taka. iw isa -— wawfni %  •rl*tirs but < M ft*4 faat BW bitall ti'ia*•or Is M to tl ho'in i %  .. nalurwl wrdon on t -i-'. • rywa. war brwln powr. vt • %  ifWt ft*B Impro** •miTi', \o Usla stmailrur •>•• f t.-i four restorer, ewllwl VI-TABf rurtMd. H ku IND %  • %  vwl kr twowskkd* M la . %  > • %  M all chaailaii h*ra 'li -P traaa TOUT chant 1st '1. : •Ifcalaal Saaih. l-'ai-, .t bawra. Taka Usafafi bom. a' < atftl dk>a. niulfr -t . irantaa last It must ma-* i ewer, anarar and vita* : %  %  M saaii > . %  %  ratorn ot amm pckf VI-TAJM ooa'a lllllan4 la % %  i-Tabs •a,ai Ma.ha.rf r VI'POOLE POTTERY In • Mr TuMb TCA *nl corFFE NKTS. HAIL VASES. ORSAMFVrs rtr V. lie LIMA A tO. I I'll. 2U BROAD ST.. and at MARINE GARDENS IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES U.u.lly CONDENSED MILK O.K. COFFEE—', lb Pkf VIM MACARONI WITH CHEESE—Tliu YVEETABIX CilLBKY'S POBT WINE—O.M. Bols. lil'AVA CHEE8E Mc. Mr lb. ASSORTED IIIOCOLATF BONBONS— I lb. Uxn (t.SO 1 NOW .33 .31 .TO .SO 30 .r .S3 .20 .32 .30 W.IH) S2.6II \SSOKTi:D t IKH OI.,Ufc BONBONS—< lb buxeo XLI'INr I lUitOI.All IU)VB()NS • lb. boxe* illHiiii >n II IT I KMINT—1 lb. boxr* I rs.M'OI.ATE PEPPERMINT— ', lb. haxa* (M ALITV STREET ASSORTED TOEFEE ft CIHH'OI.ATt'8—Tine RI'SSEL ( IIUCOLATE—) lb. bexe* (•LAMOI K CHOrOEATES—4 lb. hoxet Illr'EEES—I lh. tins roFEEES— i lb. Una l-OFEKES— | lb. tlna I 3. 1.25 LM 2 l. 41 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NEW FIT! NEW FREEDOM! NEW FLATTERY! THE NEW SHAPE NO TIC AT THE SHOULDERS NO TAPER AT THE WAIST NO TIGHTNESS AT THE HIP You've never owned %  suit like It! Its New Shape is designed on a revolutionary, new "cone" principle. Its lines dtp straight and true from broad, handset shoulders to the hips. No old-fashioned taper at the waist! Try on THE NEW SHAPE, In new dynamic, DeepTooes . Let year mirror be %  he ludife &f A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CLOTHES CREATORS & CRAFTSMEN AmvenriSE Tilt ADVOCATE. THE E € H O /iV THE CA VE Mr LAURENCE MEYNELL Into ihe dry-HS-dust lettal chambers a. %  Qtoflry Hayllng young and charmim: Susan Fts IMI.-U I.-iLlH brought OH thai spring mornliK a brtOtll "i irrshnt-ss and roaMOM and much less bt sidaal She brounht a sitv which had an odd and evil history behind It and in whost? ramifications Sir GeolTrv was ^oon to find himself willy-nilly caught up; a siorv dark with tragedv Hid iWUI with nctiun a story that ranj-cs from quiet London tttthop to tha nmwn I1IB|IH


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I'AGK EIGHT II\K1I.\1K)S ADVOCATE WEDNKSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1932 CLASSIFIED ADS. "" M " AIK TELEPHONE 2301 IN MhYHKlAM %  Ceaar* we. fee*ptn* Boat Afh-i AN.\Ol \ 1.1 • \ IN Hl-do...!-.-". Be (rained ... %  Newapaper u from iinrbadr. 1 U Swan *rw1 Big ni i Card. Spacilih QrwUnn. N'rw I" I ii m so 7 H I'm rR KFVI BOUSES I oil SALE AUTOMOTIVE AW T.BBO In pood condmoi 't-.n*r MaV< JTk-e (1.700. Rang W CAM Unt ill IMT Ulrti ,itClffM rard. •ound Apple U. A ttiaipMiafe*. M John %  ".II ii) H P VMS vanill 11 II r IB* P-e.d la eafL contact %  HH 9oat c R Apple*.**!!*. I aba* roBjr IT a U-Sa DM Ford Zaobar. ,< 3 •• mil*. 1 i'. -i .. %  ; LTD CARSPr.frct Ford late !• Vary 1.1...TI. .IN aa* Au-tin A—TO IMI. Vary food condition too U"h sate Dial *uai 11 • IS—t |.B. V liirMfiAi.ow eornforUibu I .ruLhi-d. K i.Bah bath 1 badroo*. Srptomhr Telephone ZM. IIIU 'I On* A-4S don* only 1SSS IBUN — HM OM m\ A-4* l.M am condition parted **0 &< I1M IU|K — tyroe. REAL ESTA1F. nianma pi-n ,.nVr %  Talaphon* MrGlab. %  Rich Oil Field Discovered lit Mexico I.AND Venou* portion, al U Apply HI" 91 Michael ISBSS-Bn M.. hi BM I erf land wffl be u loi J-W kit Pub lie Competition a< i OfTire Jaanr* i Aniwt. :*. at I p m : %  -r UW F-U1 t AMWHirt . St a M hi I. feaa, afp) !l '-l ., tllbhon. |i7 ss. a as-m. TIBHTIO". a two I'lTr-ved .tonewall d.elllndhoue* m Ce.tr* Avenue STrlATHCLYDB; st MVta-al. aaaadlnt I n T.OSB a)u.ir IM of '.art. and can. talr.fng open and rloord vrrnnaaln. drawing and din in* raom.. 1 bcaRwarn* en*" nth running venter. ItkMn ate and ...... I toaanle,c* Water and EladrKII. inrlallad Oarage and In yard. Paikinwn. lUaUMlvda. Dla TTia pnipariy will b* art up for aaaa l [>.il>llr mmprilltin a( i-ir o*n, a. Jamaa SUfM. htruijt | U n. un rrld- IWIr, Aufltitl Mlpm YFAPV .n %  hovcm %  %  H.XK 0 CITY, An*. IB. %  itniiouncdxl the ok i 'M mia i mwi imparl'%  %  MM Ihil th,first Mil wiu. brrnifh' in un Sunday tepee. rrar:-jz state, akriig Mxl'Kolden lan t—dn —. -. I.flifil.l.l "1'.jl.. Irani Saplambar on IMal MTB noofirvri.T MANOR— On in* .. Baach Court Avrnuf. Hillng;i Thn badraama and all modrm i Apply "Bla Court'. Il>.[mi. 171 It I I WWII I* KLECTRICAI. i | Rlartt A M.'Ktr '.'' Ma (inn IK '," I". "Hb 0, DaCoMa it Co Ltd , I)rpl 14 % %  ft-a UVKHOCK Aberford < fiaai aaidlM Mah out .if Kiltv Ko>| f Pom i:ni.tii %  Apply to bOT JTYI liainr Drpl Rtatin* Qiiti'irlcntlona A plkaUon. trratad Mrtrtl] .u.indaMi-l II a a 3n IXI'KHWM M> I raafwNMbla tor Account a DaaM I'riti. Ralrr, (3011 ruhl man A o-n handwrltlnK %  tvinfl lull mi axparlanc. Pfao Ha K Co JUNIOR 0\rKRa iliiajHal ia> Mai.itmr J*06 l TtOtf reajUlrrd Bv rai>amibla n with knnailrdKa "I Arc am %  %  VOUNO I-ADT wllllnfl rortJatni a irrann Applv %  M1S( KLLANEOUS riiiinoN ttAKiin NVRSE DORM VBfKER %  a Mldwifr. I. willlnB to aaaiat atwoi II in nril ut a iiur Ai.orcii .,.n' Una. Co Mlw Clad*. Bi.KMITAGE" •itua.tr at n.-r of Whita Park and Country HOIIII idlnd on about IBOM aquare far I rf d Th* HOUM eonUliM Oallary. l-o lialn* ranmi. 4lMn ( room, right bad. aiflii. thraa diaaalng rootna. wijlar and lactrtt llaht knaprrliun any day In TT.e abov* will bo aat up for aaja lubllc rompalllH>n al our Office. Luc, Mrrat. on Friday tha Mfnd day of AuguM ffU al I N p m CARRINOTON A SfAl.V 1* a al MIIII^I veil .it an approximate depth of 4.8f.n fee' Oeorrtgiu found that bw the ilrt 33 ?• that the oil beating toll extended \ for more than 4.820 feet. Bcrmudaa concluded that "the oorerv will murk the t nard Stay ba obiainrd (rom Cha; saa aaran ii*vn umiiad ph-i-. 4sa> IP H 11On JNDER TH£ IVORY HAMMER racal\ed froaa tha l)i-..rancr Co. I will aall on riiday. A..ku.t r.ftm at SCaaar*. chalaaa Oaras* Pinfold Straet. rt ileste with u> • following hell na.hndna Oatt fttal: Wni Indien *nrMarit,. Du '. itra %  %  '..-..dfr-lkm I Tit l! ie S4. i • NicoUHM, GMI(. • • AnwrUj., VcRnii. lah %  .'. < i lmprri.il Wlnnlp-r Pi". MoMiaund. %  a Tlala, a a Pandt Ban*i irrr %  iTmp'i I i %  Homnn m*rm*> > Rntlrfi ft.wrr. Tir^aafx NaaHK*. %  %  I.yrln. M V Aetar. %  %  On I. Bifl I'll". ^1 r IMI Kf.ll aV wide inua .urn( ut BS eaniinl at B MI iimaa-wivrs" IK, p>oulrma %  able lo oven nvaKn Id, 414S. K J II ltd lirMfle S*raI, ... %  i of a I Wiecon-ln. a. A •on . .%  riot-i I p. i % %  %  i. |a I.I let thine troubles %  4.1 I 7Rr.be' . it in Eniilivr ,-.. J. n % % %  (" %  BB "i al I0 lb. praaaura. Two rtnrtlnS Dtearl (II u%  iii C B and Hydraulic Aqinpnuiil Appkv i ar* i Geartna-. •lean ( -r.--.,1. it. .:.I V M-iiJ so a sa-an ".Ti'VM Tlie famou"Florence" Stovei %  I and 1 Burner Modela -re nbUlnabl* %  mi Laurie Daib M Co Tudor atraat. i. ran IT Rvas. IMHSOWI r i iu RaraoM retld myaelf rvriM. UIB ii PI i anno MINI Ol MRVBCI Heportv Raai H %  %  i ,. MI imata rBOMOTION t Mill ill Swan Rtrawl fcrd %  NJJI : %  wmmm m RIDE now * "aa Raaty r-iagrapa, Enfland'a leading DaUp • % %  i-apaf now arrtvtng In furbadea be *u only a law daya alter puuli.au..ii m Conlact 1-n Gala C/. Adao%  •Mal It. praaatiunhra SAM t' i Co. ma. n alter*. II a. laraga iiaadi un i,ovr 1UI Ml l al Yoar Jeeller< V. DeMMA of. '.. IT 15 28, Broad St | Urn. Village BASTINOS, BABBADOH Daily and I->ngterm Rates tiuotod on reaueal. i %  i m.in-ill Gaeeta W I' "Ml' Dinner and CaekUII Parties arraauredl. .1 t: HUChXAND Proprietor. NOTICE PrlCladl, Customers and the General Public are hereby notified that du Miabilitv in obtain # Hour, we shall be unable to supply IIREAD in the usual quanliUi r V ZEPHIDiN "Bakers". 41 Tudor St. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER (>N THIKSDAV Jltt bv ordar f Rare 1 Laae. we will aril nil Furniture at CkryaUy** aaraar ot Fin* Koad and ah Ave BallaaUU ahlah include* H^ing Tabl*. Uprim Chatra. Seretn ,nd Ornnmertl Tablaa M.urU Chair* .nd -uihlona. Ixmg Bookahrlf all in Mafaifi.. Uinight and" Aim Chnir. In RuOi Room ti.it* i Sett** ldyRoll T-.u paakl Offtoe __ PrtrvaSvlna chair. Walnut Mlrd sidahoaro) Plettuaa, ftseorda, Bangl* Bad •Mad, Strnmoeia Spring ..nd Bad: Pre** rtriulng Table Towel Rail M.1 inr and bad. ,nd War*. Pin* Wat Pre*., Elclrni..' o-ctock. Tem" inn BRANBER TBOTMAN 4% I Aocttoaeer. fjj| IM INK ivmcn NOTICE % %  ARISM Of *T Frtllir ApplleationB for tha F*>eS of NUri* ,e St Phlllp'a Almthouae llt be i %  Ived by the underpinned up to Ran day SOth Auguat 1B83 Applleant. mud ba quelilwd -• Nuiae and Xtldlfa. and r-iid for** lth thru eradication* trwir .Bapll.rCerUIWnle* aa wall aa Uwlr Certlnci.l if campelanew. The ..H-caaafat candidala *">>"• >|i.n*d lo aaaum* dull*. <- Bhr rJ Sept-inber. 1BB8 itn-r piirticuUra may b* c lined rtorn the Parofhlai Iraaaur* P 8 W. SCOTT. Clerk to the Board of Ouardiai St Philip ie IM : I beg to return Uvanks lo all thoao Including Sir Allan Collymora and Col. O. St. A. Duke for the financial help tent to me towards my appeal for St. Mary's Chun-h. city. pTofcssoi C N. WEEKES ^ aa y o4>^4>4-e^4j j 4 ^^ THANKS : ... FURNITURE AUCTION TO-DAY 11.30 a.m. AUCTIONEERS Jaa.M. s> ca. l'honr IB40 rUaUUaiu BulMlni. Hill PRECAUTION HI M No. 7 WARNINGS. If jou a.e going to take 1 cover during a Hurricane In a public shelter take with you;— 1 Backet i-ontaininr. — Food for yooraelf anal family I iup per perian I imUl. of fresh drmklar. water I set of additional rladhe* per person I Rrraarnr lantern titled with oil (to hr lit hoi\ir mill M llM itiinii lion, of Ihe Shelter Wardan). Pains in Back, Nervous, Rheumatic aatjrwa rt iaad fra-inant c^i.l...'i. i. a ilrila on Ihe Kldnev, nd KI.1I,aai aSadder TrouM-* an* the leuK M of t*c.. A.Mil Oetuni l'i ht*. numlna Pi-i-'" nut eWw | NU "iT of the Chancerv An ilaaina aon> aatate. riifht i I., ling lb* property Ii.rafc,.r4i >nant.on*d tha proparti "I lha drfandrfoiima an aecmini o( th*tr el.ima with their witnaaac' I., nimad by me on any Tuewjur or PYldav rwtwren ih* imn. id t iilook in tha afbrnaoaei at tha KeglMration OSSce I' hafnre the Stnl day of Ortoa>r. IfBt In order lhat *aati elalr ixnted on and ranked aecordlng to ih* natnnand pr. .i.-rwi.* auch paaeona wlU ba prackuled from the bai.i rprlvad of all clolmi on or agalnal thr aald property PUIniift LINDSAY RJtrit. ItYEBtlRN OHJ. ;",:. L.IHT MARSHAfJ Dafandanl: CLYDE IIARi rTROT ALI. THAT certain m the pariah of Sauni Sat %  rent (na -ere ten ptrd < > .-id. of Palmer, Planted.~i Hond or hoanrrar alaa the i .„r.Miaga or dwaUlngho,,. erecuona on the aald land tha appurtenance* ANT* SECONDLY AIL THAT earti of l^nd alao Utual* al Saaly Hall in lha a>: thia liland innuming IBM aarea or th*"" B In Ihli fc-lond contnlnlne t theie-o. .tAbutung ana aou n a m g oi n land* of P. Shapnrrd and on th,.Ud lath Aliauet ad i Abuttnig land) of Pahnera Plant-ti-n on .andno* pub It* road or Kmri Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defenca) (Aroeiidment) Order. 1952, No. 28 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 21st August, 1952. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail sailing prices of "MUk-CotadorifRad" arc as follows: — ARTICLE Milk—Condensed WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) $14 16 48 x per casa 14 oz tins HETAII. PRICE (not more than) S3c. per 14 oz. tin 19th August, 1052 SHIPPING NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BA1IJNG .HUM )l mil. M S STENTOR Xtod Auguat. ISM '4 s HERA th Augxot, 1SS3 S :. COTTICA Slh Septaenbar lSS M S VESTOR iSth Senlaantvr. ISSS itniio ro v B ORANJERTAn 6th September 18S1 U fO TRIRIOAD. FASLAMAaiBO IN rnr (OPRT < CRANCKBY Ih* Chancerr Act. IBOI I do haSf/B9 a. v.. not He |n al prnon. inrr aetale. rlghi or iniareat hereinafter m*nth>ii*d the p rop—-ty of tnr d*feal Plaintiff. RTalON AI.TMAH l)cf-n*Wnt LOUIS MfanSM.w Proiwetv A1J. THAT certaan i n %  -In mm i i mm %  ut* or ll lajn-err %  i it ajn ptsi r rtore togethn iv admeaaun-in n Bwan Rirai't Mounding on land > AU and %  ....... (9| hut and bminrt %  '..I.-.. ri tar the, rridBcti M I BlIMlUtl I n Auaiurt. 1SS1 Sept.mber. 1SSI IP Mi a Ct'BACAO BUatKOOl' ITU. Auguat IIU. V S TEH A 15th a*ptembar 1B0S a. P *0a>0ffO*JV *a)S>By*/a>fJ*>aMeaa>0"X Tb* H/V -Aiitiii.i % %  %  will accept Cargo and Paaaangan for Hum i ntc a, An Ugua, Montae m 1 NrvU and St Kltt. Sailing Wed naedav loth mat Tl.e M V -MONEKAwill acedpt Cargo and I'tteacnger* for Doan ln* Antlgu.. MonUerral, Navu aa>d St Kill. Sailing rlday Stnd Canadian Nalinnal SlKanishifis a wnjjAMs Pi Bt i i B.S. as—to I ANAUIAN CRUISB i 'AN ASIAN CONSTRUCTOR IADV RODNSTV CANADIAN CHALIJINOER IADV NELSON 3? Au a 9 Bant U Sept 13 Kept II Am 21 An.' 4 Sept. at Aug as An • Sapt IT Rapt. 94 Sapi IT Sapt 4 Oct. NOK III'., i M. OFFICIAL NOTICE (I1"I At I OfTNT. i i I:I i \l \ -H'C An "fatsn ir award of Dipl a. Aaaoc.alior Fellow! will! for hi at. IT ,ira-llme PORTAL STUD! (With expert tutor*. tiUAKANTI tcOtrRSSS In Enallat.. Cl and] London Chamber H* A, Initltul* of C< r For FREE BOOr" WRITS NOW Ur Ih* leadlna tutorial) %  tadenia: LONOQH SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY.! Street. London. ntn ^Z-' FURNITURE AUCTION • iiKi-mv rita M in > -mOi H C,„r-ptngo to dlipoae of hU FURNIll'l-'E and FF1X;TS ..dated VlgMlNU MORNiNt; % %  Tbb'ea UBea* I Chair.. TBllboj Had %  AN* KHT'NtlH.'l -r RanltfT igood wotBuiB %  .n.u, RUM %  %  ' Frame wttM lln-iF.aci ..rdrr. Honnni M i I Tabl* In Limed 0* Waller ,Oaki. si.. | Folding Chair. torn Tabl Cover. I-maat U-.i Chr-i Daaun M^fTM:.' r.rdn.b rraSBBj nblfl inaai, patdlnM li Ing Table Chau. Medninr C Laord Laean Chair taream. t'-Ofri BWIhioom Rcalea, C Cot. alaaajuiKi Sal Pink Sllb Badr.iv era Uuami good r.i.iia a Uen Ota— %  .r.riaa. Bre.ki\ r.-j 1 & intlu* am* rhina 'TRU. v: i an cieau. pUke*. Th. BPteraSi Top above. 1 Mntrer Pat I... % % %  J Burner -VALOR' Oven %  *hr~. Rl#l Can. Bucket. \I I MONEEKS M. Ill aV Ca>. I 4*40 I'lanUtloiPi Hull.InR>paS0IIU0 IN TBI COI Rt Ol ( aANf'RBY la purauance of lha Chai.cery Ad. IBOS 1 do hrn-by ,v, hnvlnr or 'l.iimlna un. lolal*. right or Int. %  ,-c n.lirini"r In en-aaU-iB UM property iiarrinnfteT mentioned th* propertv or it.'.-fendant lo brin hrtora rfla a.i -miM of that. ,' ilm. with ihalr Itn.-eaer. dorumc.iM al to ba aniimiord bv m* on any Tueidav or Flldav batwean Ihe haui I and S o'clock in th* afternoon at Ih* Ragl.troltoi, Offati i t..*n. l*foe* lha Jlet da* of Octohrr %  aporled on and rankad aeenrdlng lo the nature and priority i.U.rrv>i>* eu.h peranna will be precluded from tinlie -fli. f any decree and b deprived "f all claim* on or againat Ihe *ald property na itifT HUOH OWE-. vAINT CIAIK IVIendar i ivtrri n AIJ. THAT cert paasafe -t CkaM cnaan t ,. UM by asttmaUor. parcel of band -Huale near Warner* In th. md liland aforeaald forraatl.v auppoaad to eon I lerahea or Ihereaboiila abutona %  lag on IhNorth on landof Warner. PlanUUon on the Eait on land formerly o* Allen Walcott out now of E. Beet. Id H II atilllvaii am the e-tatc of J Haernaa drc •aaad on the Smith on landa of •; PlanMllon on landa of T .'ox and on u road .md on Id. Weal u. public road or nowavrr a* tha ma o>v abal BBd bound BUI Filed 3Bth January. IS53 Dated IBtli Auguat. 1*43 II WIT HAMS Heglati.ii n t i. SB S 11—In i ANAD1AN CHAM dNtiER l_\l)T NELSOST ANAOIAN CMUIRSm CANADiAN I'UNSTRUCTOH Ul> IKUINKY ,. CANADIAN CHALISNOBK LADY NELajON *FHrM.-i .. laVpt 14 Sept a* Sapt 11 Oat. is Od n Oat as Oct. Od. PM rartbar parWaalaea. apply • GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. --AgtrnU. I* HARRISON LINE or.nv.vRU HUM THI: DHUBD KINGDOM s s S.S. ss "MKKCHANT*. %  •TRADEH %  "IM>NTER" -NOVEUST" .. London .. Liverpool .. London .. Liverpool Leftve. llu. Hrb^lo17th Aug. 30th fltpl. 23rd Aug. Wth St;. 8th Sept. 21st Stpi 16th Sept. 30th Stp-- S*?5} MllMI \llll lOR TI1F IS1TEI) KINODOH S.S. S.S. •HERDSMAN' BIOGRAPHER'' livcrpool London 21st Aug 29th Aug. further lnfomuttion apply to . DA COSTA & CO. 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TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. U (.1ST 21). IHS2 RAIN RESTRICTS LANCASHIRE CRICKET Clyde Walcott Has Best Average IXIOO Ml Mil III I \i B> ROY MARSHALL LANCASHIRE has been a comity of ruin, rain and more rain for the past two weeks. Saturday was no exception Only OM gUM HI which .1 Wwl Indian pr:>feM>iorial was 1 vi That was between Colne and Bacup and midway through the match rain came to prethe toss and decide:! Price, former Esex professional I v -v%  which u who It now wilh Mu.dlrton. H'* who lus been m wickets hjve cost 12.14 run.each. '.he bat recently. Ii is a one-ni.in M) ah far M wag out in ihe im M 1 batting averages ai*e concern|ht t Allrv 'ibColM ed as well, frank Worrell M tuna ameteursway ahead of all his rivals 11 [fatter. He had made on*, ha* made 933 runs at an average Prom then ..n it WHI a ^trugfl' of 77.75. Next to thli in Charli* for Bacup but finally after hatting Barnett of Rochdale who has f<-r 2 boon tfcst* totalled I i 1. made 811 at 40.55. Prank ha'. ; with 5—3fl. i|ao taken 55 wicketat 13.45 niimarlhln'jt batttr ; ueiore rain came along had flsjure* are 104 run*, average B.tW. .1 88 (er 6 when anulhct —^^^^^^— Egyptian Swims English (ihdnncl DOVER. EnKlund. AUK. 18. Abdel Monem Abdu of Egypt .1.1111 theEnglish Channel. Ittnditt on Shakcspenre Reach her* at B 30 a.m. after tlftecn and %  half downpour put an end to the game. We*k*s claimed three >f UM wickets fo t 8 and tor the flm % % %  inched 50 wicket.* for the *eann. bare cost him 20 run %  The LaacaahlN Leans bowlin s %  verasjss ,r(i heeded by two .1 ins Bruce 1 t iken 72 wickets at 7.99 .ml noun la the water. 'S 70 have cost R.Bfi runs Monem. 11 27-year-old newsman made the swim after being swept negate Weekei hai been out to aea by floodJMe when w-ithby far the most
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Moon r Mew, AiaSiat*. se
IN I
IN pn,
lOt am. II pm
Iranian Nationalists Set: Fire
To Communists "Peace Club"
Will III I I. IOII \|l IM. KIM.
Arbitration Of
Oil Dispute Likely
JOSKPH MAZAKIM
1KI1KRAN. Auk. 19
Truckluads of armed troops were called oul on Tuesday
night when Iranian Nationalists set fire to the Communists
"Peace Club'' It was the second incident ot the day in the
capital United States army sergeant James Hagan was
injured slightly earlier when stoned while driving down
a street where Communists were battling the Police and
upporters of Premier Mossadegh.
Helmeted troops rushed to the scene where the Nalion-
ists set the Communist "Peace Club" afire with gasoline.
Kiremen were trying to prevent the flames from spreading
to other buildings while armed Police were stationed around
the British Embassy.
Meanwhile the Parliamentary
NAGUIB WARNS EGYPTIAN FARTIES
I II
Mixed Oil Commission ipMQVttd
a motion to arbitrate the dispute
over the compensation to be paid
to the nationalized Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company
In London, .i foreign Office
spokesman in guarded comment
-did tfie .arbitration proposal if
true. WU '' "step in ,'"' "(hi
direction."
No official word ho
reached them yet through diplo-
matic channels, and it
know* whether Iran proponed
impartial arbitrator,
weeks ago Britain announced that
Mossadegh proposed to Ambassa-
dor George Middleton that the
dispute be debated. Mossadegh
flatly denied he said any Mich
thing. .
The new proposal, if substan-
tiated. WU regarded in official
circles in I,ondon as an effort by
Iran to meet reasonable desires
on the part of Ilnt.un
Russia Protests
A street clash in which four
pdUcemcn Including one office
jnd ten Communists were injured Communist, turned
coincided with the disclosure that as well
ii;,' go-rift Union had protested in
, Iran delivered yester-
day against last week's attack by
anil-Communists on noflfl
"reading room". The BOM de-
manded that th culprits' be
prosecuted, and culled on Iran
to prevent such outbreaks in
future.
The note said that some iv
tng Fascist arm-
'.
Inst Wednesduy destroying fur-
tj breaking Win
alleged that a pOisf
1!" kefs
Forty ComnUBlitl were arrest-
ed after this morning's clash
ii ted when pro-Govern-
ment supporters of Premier
Mfthimnwrt Mossadegh ranged
through the streets shouting
"Down with Tudeh' (Wie Com-
munist party) Down with Stalin'
The Communist gangs suddenly
turned on the pro-government
supporters'and members of the
.md pan-
Ir..nisi titi>\eiiicnts with stones.
Whrn the police Intern
the police
r.p.
MAj GIN MOHAMMf D NAGUIt, Coiniiiaiidcr la Chief of the Egyptian
armed fwi m. ihaU In las Cairo office with Mm* Dorlu Shauk. laadar
of Mm tcniuii.i HBOvaaiaat id Eg>ut lii a strongly worded message to
ktu al parties. Naguib mum-ted that If they (ailed la
uune their renal of rnrrtiol elements thev would ha purged hy fore*.
U.S. Minesweeper Shells
Own Ship Off Korea
TOKYO, AuK. 19.
The U.S. Navy bgan an official investigation into the
accidental shelling of the navy salvage shu> Grapple, by
the American minesweeper Chief off Korea last Friday.
Two crewmen aboard the Grapple were killed and nine
others injured, three seriously The Grapple arrived today
at Sasebo Naval Base, 'scoitd by the Chief.
A navy spokesman said thai the burden of the respon-
sibility for the shooting appeared tn rest with Lieutenant-
Commander Willard C Hatch of the Chief, although the
investigation may disclose exter.uatintf circumstances.
Thr "Grapple", commanded Dl
Lieuienant Comlam. was off
Hungnam last Friday night when
U.S. Shipbuilders Will
Strike Unless Paid More
' NEW YORK, Aug. 19.
The C.I.O. Shipbuilders' Union served notice thai its
;I2.000 workers in seven East Coast shipyards of the Beth-
lehem Steel Company will strike next Monday, unlc
get a "living wage."
In other areas of the labour front federal negotiators
said that the next 48 hours should tell whether there was
going to be a strike on the New York Central Railroad, and
that the John I.. Lewis United Mine-workers will open
negotiations here today for a now contract with Pennsyl-
vania's hard coal operators covering 75,000 miners in the
anthracite industry. ^ ^^ ^ W|Uon , &
"may drag on" for sonic tuna
A CJ.O. united rubber workers
itrlke has idled 83,000 workers
and stopped production at nine
| Q .xinch plants in eight
stales. Workers quit their jobs in
.1 dlaputa over "fringe" benetlt*
CJ.O. packinghouse voncen
announced contract negotiations
with Swift and Company, Armour
without definite action.
Independent farm equipment
workers union called .1 '<
a vote by some 26.000 worker* to
strengthen its hand in contract
negotiations.
Truman To Be Honoured
By Jew Brotherhood
chairman of the Brolhcr-
WASH1NGTON. Aug. 1. sonal moral courage dm''K Jj"
Truman on Tuesday accepted, past seven years scrv.ee as hon-
an invitation to receive the first orary
International Biotherhood Award hood.
of the National Conference ot The conference plans to make
Christians and Jew.s at I lunch- the award to Truman at a lunch-
eon here next November 11. Al- eon in Mayflower Motel 1
bert Greenfield of Philadelphia Armistice Day, rialrtUng the or-
advised Truman that the confer- gknlaaUon's 15th atiniveri...i> <>t
ence selected him as a recipient us "ayatemal 1 sclenUAc and edu-
of the award in appreciation of intion.il approach to Inl
tual leadership and per- relation problaui I '
Manloy Wants
Native Governor
For Jamaica
KJNosrroaf. j. aui ta
Mr. Norman Mauley. C .
Leader of the People's
Nationnl Party, the socialist
Opposition in the House of
representative*. has de-
clared in favour of u native
Oovanior In Jamaica.
Speaking at Montego Bay
this week, the socialist
Leader told his audience
"Would that God give me
*p*cial blessing to make mo
live to see Jamaica f
ed by ..ne of its own people".
Typhoon lit a Par Northern Japan
TOKYO, Aug. 19.
1 typhooon wa*. headed for
Northen Japan after leaving be-
blnd a "" 0* dasSuctaoa in
1 ukinawa that caused
deaths of md virtu-
ally hailed the Korean war. The
typhoon is expected to hit Hok-
kaido Island about midnight
11 a.m. EDT) but appeared to:
be losing strength.
Poiiea in Pueen, Konara tem-
porary capital, said seven per-
sons were drowned and 100 hWnaa
wrecked in South-wcit Korea
yesterday. Other damage m
Korea was minor. On Satur-
day, the typhoon killed a woeaan
and two children In Okinawa
Two nches of ruin fill ihi the
lar eastern end / the K"ren
battlefront and winds of up to
H mph were reported.IM*.
the minesweeper hit her with two
three Inch shells at a range of .1
half mile.
A navy spokesman said the
nosweeper apparently had
iraekad "Orappk tor mum tlma
>efore flrlnc He said It was no*
yet rtear whether the mine-
sweeper tried to exchange Identi-
fication signals with the "Grapple"
but it was known that identifica-
tion was not completed.
The first shell fired by the'
"Chief" hit and pierced the "Grap- <
pie's" smokestack The second \
hit the pilot house. The "Grap-.
ple'x wounded were taken aboard)
the Cruiser "Helena."
The "Grapple", a steel hulled I
hip ,1s 214 ft long, has a beam of 1
4t ft and displacement of 1.480
tons. The "ChleT' is 2Sl ft. long.)
32 ft at the beam and displaces
90 tons. The Navy said that the:
formal investigation will be held I
to fix the responsibility for the
accident and recommend mea-
sures to prevent any poaslble re-
currence r.p
Russian Flag
Planted On
Malayan Soil
ll> I'H'H! HAZtX
SINGAPORE. Aug. IB.
Raa bean planted
or- MaUyan soil. United States
Supreme Court Justice William
D'tigla* reported on Tuesday
after cuinpletnoi .1 two-week tour
of Malay''- terrorist-i nlulid
lungjas rkiugi.- said that the
hummel and sickle cr-sted scarlet
banner of the Soviet tjnton,
oaptured from guerillas last week
' liv Ghurka soldiers, was planted
"ii the coast of Malaya nea-
, Kuantanthe scene -t the Orst
! Japanese landing ten years agi
and within sight of the pot where
th. I',,,,.- i Walea and the
Breaiar were sunk on Decent] 1
It. 1941.
Official!* here say that thai waa
the first reported UaeUanl when
In a Russian flag was found in tli"
possession of Communist guerillas
in this counlrv. The sandy-haired
Jurist told the United Press v\-
clustvel* that "I saw it myself
and there is no mistake about It
HI waa Russian" Douglas said
that he used his own camera to
photograph the Mug which was
taken from terrorists surprised
hy tough professional Ghurkas.
Cougli.K. who U making a two-
month tour <>f Southeast Asia.
aVrmosa, Japan and Korea. Iravci
for Rantroun by plane on Weilncs-
Ha sal that the Kiierilla campaign in
Malaya ta not inspired hy the
Kremlin he Is crazy. This is one
further bit of evidence that
Malaya is another extension >f
Moscow's world plan of laiwWaiii
and conquest." ,
Douglas had high praise tut
General Templer** aggressive
campaign against Malaya's
^timatcd 5,000 Communist ter-
roriat*. Ha accompanied wiry
High Comralssloner Templet uii
aji inspection trip to the jungle,
rwgla*. who wrote a book 0:1
< n#, says that he la not sure
whether he will write another
com fining his Asian travels tins
year. He plans to visit the
Korean troops before returning
to Washington in September
f.p.
STEVENSON AND SPARKMAN AT WHITE HOUSE PARLEY
rnMOCt>TiC msiDCNTIAL NOMINII Oor. Adlal stcvcnsin (right), of Illinob, and his running mate,
-Jen John Sparkman, of Alabama, confer with President Truman at the Whde House. Later, Stevenson
was seorted by Truman Into the Cabinet room for a briefing on Korea and national security. The Dem-
ocratic standard beam then lunched w*Ul the Chief Executive aod hi* CaUntt,------^.^a (IrilcmatwrtolJ
I
Faroilk Gets
Priority
NAPLES, Aug 19.
The llritcih member of the
Judging Com 1 n it lee for the 12
nation "Mail Europe of 1952"
contest complained on Tuesday
that the U>auty show organi/.eis
were "In honour" to ex-Kmg
Farouk (.f E?vpt^"who Is nobody
anymore
Whil. 12 tired European
1 raited in guarded hotel
1 Fti bacu I'vening at
Capri where. Ihev paraded I-fore
...itm farotsk, Eric Mor-
I. viL-irpiv crlMdied the way
thing* were handled. The con-
- 1 with the
girls on Monday rslghl and an
*pu*hed around by the help'' be-
cause of Karouk. he said, tj
There was n-H even room for a
s.rk man to lie down". He said
.itaurant I asked for a
place to rest and was taken to
1 had been ther< nn
more than five minutes when the
manages1 came rushing up and
that I would have to
.use King Earouk would
have to puss that way on his
Bray down.'1 Gracie Field* was
the hostess for that reception.
g'.P.
Rescue Work
Continues In
Flood Area
l.YNMOUTH, ENG Aug. 19
Miatstained rescue workers con-
tinued their round the clock
eerdi '" water logged debris of
England's south-west resort COBn
for 40 feared dead in the eowtu
u-y's worst flood disaster In re-
ient years.
Early today Devon county po-
lice announced that fifteen Ik-Ic*
Were removed from the wreckage
or picked up floating off-shore
and that 25 persons were offlci
ly missing.
Police are also invest 1 gating
cases of 60 v-Cfetkuuat* ihojght
to be in the area at 'he time
at the flood who were n<>'. on the
lUt of evacuees.
Some of the 150 resident* of the
nearby village of Challainmbe
are still going home after fleeing
last night following an unsubstan-
tiated1 rumour that The flonrf-
swollen river in the valley abnv<
had burst.UP.
JORDAN'S mentally ill King Tsjal (right) abdicated on Monday
Auguat It 111 favour of Crown Piliife flti-rin (left) who cornea of
aga (IS) next May
A throe man Coniuil 1- no* miming tt) government for the
young King who 1* ripected home this week from HwlUedand where
he was on vacation with hi- mother
(ItuVrnattOTtrth
Red Munitions Factory
KoiiiImmI By Superforts
SEOUL. An
Pourtattn Allied StiMrfortri mi iklrtasj .1 brpboon t"
bomb CosTtnuiUal nuniuoni pUutl in far North Korat wiUi
\\.cileni" raauUi KOonUng to rwturnlng pilots
T...... ;'i la 1 m .hi'-. ,i t "fir ayamsl a ;ien.ulc
l.hioiv at Najtwon, only thrsM nnU's from th.- Yalu EUvel
Which lorms a I)-iindarv between North Korea and Con
munittChina. Buperfortsdioppod U0 ions of bombs -m tin-
(actory, u>ln| "Improved electronicg timiiig method! du 1
1800 Offered
For Miilon
King's Murder
Barbados nj 2.S0n
Tr.jn South Africa, but South
"U C 1,80(1.
I
-
King died.
ctainwi f 1
eompensatioa. *T
>a South Africa, which
admits hab&JIJr. The i.
who killed "King was 1
in June last year for assault, and.
I
n in the* force.
But lust Man
- Charles Swart, told
:
.1.' onh fur assault'*
hi would r Whv Not
*
Barbados?
.t ikia
Truce Talks
Recessed For
Fourth Week
PANMUNJOM. Aug. It)
Kore.iti tru.e ,.
recesse.1 agjain for the fourth
slringhi week, und any ln>i>c f^i
progress toward an arn
peareU to rest with the h.gh level
WliO-HftViet: ulsta ID
., gotl it* 1 objected the new reoaaa asked I
tlnitcl Nal I not put
up much of ;i light .1
They hmi nothing new n IB) M
today's meeting and "" net -
bcsbm up Bftth -1 aew
Mppronrh until 0
luitnL
To-d->^ O-tnlnuta meeting wag
the loitgasi tn the month. The
United Nat
"V h-i '
'"i it"' .....piniii
ml William K Hartigi
ii Niiiti, k >i' io Oant
II wilh :> -iltort si-it'
whleti Lw vh "' i the facts of
oonflk HaiTiaon tDuoned
tender IBOt v. Inn he accused
the cmiiminiiauE of iai
little North Kon " Ii metr stub-
born Inautten.....n the return <>t
the chsnaaa volunteer11
hold bv (he Alln- V.-U: do r,-.t
to ('iiiiiiniinlsn
I IV
Kadio Pyongyang
Appeals
TOKYO. Aug. 19.
thr Nortn Korean radio early
. ;, .... ;.. t:e
Peoples of the World" to halt
.he al.ied bombing of North
Korean targets. Pyongyang Had; >
lemanded Immediate halt to wh'ji
U called '"barbaric bombbig" In-
.dudlng the use of napalm. It
was noted that the United Nations
has listed 78 cities as potential
target*, whose inhabitant-! were
warned to leave. I".I".
Egypt Trying
TO \ I h-itrl
Foreign Capital
CAIRO, Aug. I1.'
Minister ot Econoniu-* and Kiti-
ance AIkIcI Gelill said that th
Egyptian government's policy is
based on industrial expansion und
that facilities will be gn.ni.-,, for-
elgn companies to prospect foi
oil. Ht told newsmen that thi
governmeiit eeicourages llir- h
vestment "f foreign capital, em
ployment. Uie protection of local
Industries, the facilitation Of UM
importation of raw materials, and
industrial credit.
Jic said that special attentli
will be given to the development
of oil prospecting, and that fat
ties will be granted to foreign
companies to undertake the task.
He said that the government's
cotton poliry does not interfere
with the free market which should
be governed only by supply and
demand. He added that Egypt is
enlisting the d of the bunk for
reconstruction and rehabilitation
to finance big Irrigation pmjerti.
r.p.
DAVE SANDS' MOTHER
WILL TRY FOR TITLE
Fifteen Ptntt
B. Sc. tixam
\ Following
ji. ! n Bin
are the first grad-
SYDNfTV Aug. 19. iii.de results of the Unl
Alfle Sands, brother of Dave College of the West Indies which
Sands, who was killed in a truck were cabled by the HegUlmr of
last week, said today he the University to Mr. Aubrey
will try to win the AutrallanJl>,Uglas-Smiffi last night.
middleweight boxing title his;
brother held. Dave held the Brit-, 01 the 17 randJdales who aal
ish Empire and Australian Mid-.the B.Sc. examination IS passed
dleweight title and the Australian |fu
Light heavyweight and Heavy-|seven
weight championships. I'.P.
with first class honours;
with second class honours
land there were four pasaes.
It was the llrst time in the
Korean War that this factory had
I .ecu bombed. The factory c
-tits of seventeen buildings
r.tecl and i olicrcte with 1,350.00(1
square feet of floor space
The factory's 2,000 employ
It 1,000 anti-tank gren-
ades and 3,MO grenades for ship-
Communist front Lhasa
against United Nations troops.
Before bombing the" Allied
i l.un s had dropped leaflets warn-
rtg rivlllans to clear out of the
ret The Allies have recently
been doing this In on effort to
tpare clvlllaoH needless suffering
Oilier Siis>erfQXtieBei bombed
target at the west eoart
own or Sagwanni and a Red stor-
ige area at Kyomlpn Steel Mill
lo* r>ongyang.
The ground war was virtually
tailed hy weather, and only
minor patrol contacts took plant
The Chinese Communists made i
light short, and unsuccessful raid
"Bunker Hill". A typhoon that
rwept over part of Korea caused
te in pern to res to drop as much a
24 degrees along the battlefront
Cloudy sklet limited observation
to-daj
-UP
\faiiagtx Of < lotion
Mills fVmnrfad Bj
Kgyplian \rni\
B) WALTFR COI.I.INH
CAIRO. Aug. 19
The Egyptian Army tstoh 01
Monday sentenced a worker t<
death for leading textile riots at
Kafr Cl Duwar, on Tuesday ar-
rested the rnanafar "f the cotton
mills whi r i
Manag gd Hussein
i .
B Daws nd rant
racki in Assxan>
dria, U mil
i u,h,(1 or lb] Ii
The Ann) On Mofic|av arrested
An, t. II .le/ AH
tor of aaeounti of Um Kafr m
Da war Company, and son of Dr.
h.,i.v Ait i of ihe
exiled Kim | ,i Cabinet
l .P
Bulgarians Atlnlil
Killing Two Greeks
ATHENS. Aug 19
'I in' i
thai Bulgarian
forces admitted kill ng . On

,i Bulgar-

. totaled Buli irlan len lot
l nrred over t1
idup of 0mma bland In ue
Evroa River which terms port of
the horde Igar a and

has raged
eekS.
The eoninunkiua
Greek and Bulgarian represent-
atives met on ihe frontier yester-
day and that the Bulgarian!

the tWO ttum f^r
written
in soil, The Oi

and | Bulf
mission of border viol;.:ion. The


t r
JAMAICA, Aug. 12.
I
ca In Oeto-
bai to ruaki tna n,-
dustrial potential or* t:.
aid and
I al Office

stand. It was felt that .t woul-l
tie of beta
'' '
. '..i 0,0
\ Oe i man des-
ciiblng ihls conang visit and thu
I
< phase isf Oov-
the race
loi k."
Jamaica Gets
New Prison
.).
I.....
JAMAH A. \n, i;
has a new pi ttbttj Tho
has declared Fort Au-
gusta, mi Old Tort in St Cath-
erine. ,| ijTImhi (. i the u .
I
custody and to be known as Port
Augusta PI
Work on the cenatruction oi
new buildings tn the COffipOUtu]
will beam shortly. This is 3a-
Iajea'a fouuii prison Tharg era
u General Penlti
'
trtel Prison; the
in rt-terni (arlaonai i .:. s^.u. h
d the Rlchntond Vavi'.
Pnaon foe Hi I offenders in St.
CHAIRMAN OF
COMMITTEES
I r K Bourne. S. nior M
her fttt St. Andrew, acted
Chairman of Committees at yea-
day's' meeting f the lions
Assembly In the absence of
i nth.
CARIBBEAN LABOUR
CONGRESS PLANNED
FOR SEPTEMBER
.1 \M.\1CA. Aug. 12.
1
gresa sceretnriat In Kingston, said
this week that Dltl
way for thg hirtdnm Ol

1
It i. pi....."i "
Ing, flrst stnea 1917, when a ses-
sion was held in Jiunai< <
in Barbados or in An'.
IMMMMM>MMIMMMMIMMMMM
NOTICE
Wc the undormentiuru'd Grocers beg to draw to the
attention ol our Customers that, owing to tbfl in-
creased:
(I > High cost ol Goods.
<2| Continually rising operntin
wo will no longer no able to extend credit ov<
i 'M) dayt and accounts will be payaba when
We very much regret having I" tak.
alter several months careful OOnddel ll
we have no other choice and will have to enfoi
as Irom 1st October. 1962.
J N. C.oddard & Sons Ltd
StangMd Scott Co. Ltd .
D. V Scott & Co, Ltd.
Alii-yne. Arthur Si Co Ltd.
% A. Medlord it Co.
Johnson 4: Redman
Inn f.- Co., Ltd.
Perkins & Co Ud
Stuart At Sampson Ltd.
s K Cule & Co.. Ltd., Grocery Depl
John D. Taylor & Sons Ltd.
Jami-. A Tudor & Co.
Mc Donald Sealy
w. M. Forde
N S. Sainsbury
e .
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PAGE TWO
mitiuixm ADVOCATE
tfaJuJb Callinq
\vw Quiz
For Marriage
The Driaaataa to the I
i On
. ..
H..'. Normn-
The Barbados Del,


:
Judge of Tr.nid.tt
Mi*. Ward told t ana th.
*


' '
of (hat k>nd **
m-iei to Iwnriit the diwi
irt. i .n- i
ANOTHW Barbadian mm I
iit the Confer***'- VI'
I
a ho with her
lent n'
ins. While in rrinldi
children wltntuad the triumph
, j .,
Netball Team
LiKf Ml Beott wh< was an

r \ b
"Blngi
returned him i
mn after spending
,id. m
IK **r. II, r,
ON Wedru-Ml.iy Mi
Swan "i ,f''"
i-iaiHi by n.W.l.A. hum Bt Lucta
.. I he Stream Mr
," .lied Ul the
.n St.
Lu. i.i
Kflnnii'tl flown*
Mlts f BARNIS frho had
been spending two waakl
hottda
Sunday Thi- t hai
parted.* vi-H to the island and
during her hat ft* wa n
il LdhUon-on-
///>/ Wa/I
MJS^ M)V MHAIHW
come ovar for two raafcf'
n U-turned to Trini-
dad 0 B.WJ A. Miss
.* attached < the
i it. Port-of-Spain mid
thi* was her tln.t visit here. She
tag at The St:
Hark lo Trinithul
Miss i.ettice Craueh after
ig ri Irat visit to
Ilarbiidoa as a AM '
Ileuch Guest lions*' returned home
yastedfti bj HWi,\ -
dad Miss era
:he Tacailguu E C. School. She
wa penJIng i.<> a/satoa' aoMda)
n-mhrt ftvliir/i
Miss in EBrl CVBRD
had ttng two
week.1' holm I |U
sii... Beach Guant llouae lcfl
the Island ^. tcrdaj bj B W i.A
for TrinuUi'i Shr is a teacher at
the Newton Ctrl*.' RC 3a.-h.iol
and this wax her first vMl to
Barbados.
Director l>> imii Ihtntv
MISS c LA] TOOK
of the I, J. William* .M.-irket-
ing Co L4d of PDrt-af-8palD
returned home yeetorday mom-
Ing by BWI.A. aflei spending
about two weeks here on !>ustness.
She wa.< a guaat ii the Haw
KON TIKI Mrnilirr* at th*- pr
pfgaa raatardag ana* tfttawariauj
firallj ."l<-rtlsrrt fnr alMWtBI
M
Spmml /u" emtu
SiO.
jjiaiiA -Ki.ecd br idgegroomi to i
vo.celess Dndaa m>> diaappaav
tn iii Anglic, .m Uiurches -1 a pro*
posed matrimonial quiz as aaoptad.
iiy the Ucne they ve bniahaii
ptropogad ques-
tionnaire, the fr.*
narriaga carenaony arfli have
oat their terror.
ic-marriage q *
..topy I
fgj
..r.-i rahHad nattars. ft
will be I
i o! the
Liiiuli of KiiftKniq in I
anaBBtoa nop* mi -
I luii. ip .1
trial will help form
Ban
-
{arty you intend to marry.' Were

What church' A
(his in.tu frtae-
11 .rents or
knar-illans' <-nntcnl R
.i . i mit. a< lad
.
whom, when and what*
been dlaaoh i
oi tha i ' i
bildtao Uvlni
ftnm? Have you l> I
! part, IWtN UH BrU-n ^" '
Would yHI mind if
I or bride) were to <
to get a report on you;
Are
* TfctrgOB
April 21-Hay 20
iir.MWi
^(M.T fl-Jnnr
/;.
ii*iiii,*b
VkU
1SS STF.1M1M1. ..' I VI" DARBY Hill lll\sn\ hi.illh ,ind fitness to n
i.ii 1VI m ..,,.. .,t (Vi.^,1 i ,nii. you roady to' exchany
VI
en Kim
mpio>K- t.t Oord
Grant t. C... PWt-0f-8pul
;
ii w.i *. B W I A
,, 3) i

I'lond.
tor Tm> KagafM
AMONG Iha anivali on Thui -
day laal fro"
were Mi and Mn p ll< M
i
Garrett. Mi Ha)
lnspe.toi of Polio in 'I B
('..
month vacation and U the guest
Df Mrs. Angela llnrt af B
Road s' -. f\ .,
trtmSm lm ).- S
MR. AM) MRS NICHOLAS ,\ i,
L. IIKHIIAI1A and Uu
daugii'"' Karau htfl -i" Island
yaatet.lay moming bv H W I.A
on th< i iray back to
... phfj fiavo beef
spending thraa waeka' h
i M I ii I
of the li I
M. Hernvdi
wnrklni:
teiTtaUooal UimMi witan Co. I
is Ural visit to the island. II
mm* over in oidei to l>e witli I
OH Nicliolas who if .-Tudent
the Ijidgp S*hu*l now on hotM i.,i'- in Canada
trtlAcatCe with the other parly'
Trinidad rhj noi
i

I'litfinivr In juiliuit it
r Hutaon
'' \. i Mi Miitson oi
rnntant till'.
Mr ed from Ja: i d naU '" M children
" *d any other
Do you iintiarataBd thai n
injon for
- f0
,
for the .
Ai- PMI entering upon
with the understanding lr\,.t then
II.,v. .,.
ndltion 1

< laymanas
SON
ir mnITlge
l>i you renli/'
i raaotaabia budgal rn
maintenance nf the home''
| 00|| The Anglican commission
, n ..iringc ,nln prop.ws ;1 lojnj
I "y (h
bridle and irroom
"We beBara It (marriagaj |
for the purpose of mutu.il
ship, encoumgement and under
i itlon I
it may be) of children ;ind the
I and Bpiritua i
Bridgetown, returned fion Ttlnl- thi> afegunrdlng
16th

FOR WKllNKKDAV. AL'OUST 20. 152
Ijok In the section in which your birthday comes and
find what your outlook is. according to tha stars.
ABXKa Friei h > on whole- domeaut affairs.
^tliarcb flApril 20 personal and artistic interests among top J|>
td Avoid unmvessarv conlenlion
don t nggravati' others
* a>
Should bv ideal day for your interests.
Venus aspect augurs we'l for personal
achievement. Plan for tomorrow, too. A
A* w
Mild indication* going to very benelic
ones tomorrow. Don't overdo but neither Jkf
should you waste any valuable time; stress
urgent duties
* *
Be guided by demands of your occupation
Jnns 8tJuly ZSand home obligations. Aim to get ahead,
without strain, anxiety Keep cool and af
have a better day.
* ..
Neither stimulating nor hindering aspects. T
This sort of day Leoltes often need to give
for leflectlon, planning, rest.
A* A* A* *
Nu wholly discouraging elements for pur-
Ang 25gapt. t> loseful. activities. Robbies, healthy sports
Or recreation. Properly allocated schedule Jf^
will relieve strain.
* A* ^
Venus in auspicious configuration is sttmu- ^
latlng, promising for private Interests, del
rate matters, domestic problems and for
professions.
A* *
Suggest you take things in stride, serenely, ^
unanxlously. Day favourable on whole but
you must take care to give attention To
important matters.
*
Much the same as for Scorpio now You
II save nerves and health if you heed
advice. Creative and ingenious metli- iaV
rill help. *^ I
* 4- *
Early part of day may require more go- Jg
gatlvanaaa, and if you keep steady, prob-
lems should vanish and things generally
Krow better by sundown. Tomorrow prom- jfk
ising ih many ways. ^
*
Jsu 22 Fab M Restlessness, sudden decisions tabu. To-
" o>| will resi>ond well to intelligent well
planned effort. Important, too, to be
steady, not anxious. Occasionally take time _,
CAKO
LBO
July 24 ftagj 22
VIROO
Hiirk llnmi'
V|iss i.rciK MISTIER
eclat!!
mlng
H.W.I.A after a sh.nl visit.
a*7wii U.S. Mn Urmadn
U CHARLIR iavi mi Man-
if the Hotel Royal and
r.i\ini are now back In > iu
idoa after an aliawiit-i- <4 to
,tie\ visited lx>||% fc^A
in Canada and the
11 r
M"
Lhtfning Bhutto

i ii-, ,. ,.. i
u*si a oo
I l> |i ". Uatennt
Sl-.it. 11. it l nrl
T IS p r
He said that Ih> hud Bn hie hotidai and hoped to return joygble hi I
next year. Mr. and Mi-. Taylor arrived
I'crtiuntant /.nron yesterday morning via Trinidad
AFTER spending two weeks' ".v B.W.I.A
tmhday as a iiuest at "Bow- "nr Triniilfitl Huliiinv
Ungai Ml It M. lieland \*ISS DOROTHY YEAH WOOD,
of Caracas, returned home yes- lYi daughter of Mrs. Robert l l na. (.iii1( iht wtu in-j.. e *
noining via Trinidad by yearwood d| Ml Lord'l Hill and f^T,' ""' V,5," "' nV 1T*V
hwia His wife and three, iiudant of agueaa's CoUege. left S% "J
ehlldien who came over with bin ........ruing] by B.W.I.A.
will he remaining in Barbados Per for Trinidad lo spend part of her
aiwthei foil BFeeas sunnner vacation. Whi -
Mr. treJaarJ is an account ant of -he will be the guest of Mr. and
thai arm af Price, WaterhouM and Mn Jotui B
Co of Caracas. \v,.- |
BY THE WAY .... Ity Beachcomber
I SEE thffl M Ar d I Simon has
been defining the Cdtirmel
and the Gournmnd. I suspect
;:'.
of the famous BtUIat-Savarin oi
Ittinj .i bit of bntti.
two montiis of her hun-
dredth birthday, aflei a heovy
.meal, the Jututni to hi
tors Qui.k' Bring In the
I think I'm dytngl
QrtlUt-Savartn, as mualc-haH
comedians should know. Wai
bom at a place tailed aaaUay,
above the I-nr riu Bourget. He
...
which nafthaa you nor I have
ie;,d. But his Phyatol
Qom (tnnaubad bar Ar*inn
M.ichen) i- one of (hi ln-
i -111 deeagd maw knows i>v
In bis cradle.
Soup iran innwti'd
twfnrv forks
A i UMNQ BfUcta about
horrible f<-t in restaurants
Qua firm of progress
to the entry into the I
be) 'harillv know ;i knife
from fork" But knowing a
knife frorn .> fork, and a apoon
fnmi either, would djcM
ily help anybody to make Ihe pro-
cesaed meat more tsapotJalngb arid
in many restaurants,

ip th.-ir riaah like dogta, as though
It were soup. Then* are. how-
ever, certain things a restaurateur
.should know. For Inat
i Him to make out an illegible
2. How to translate tinned
bbil h to tha Pri nch for roast
''ucken.
3 How to switch wine l.ihel*
In f it huh
DEI no .. man of taw wordi
frodnoser Ha-ha! Ho-ho! Few
woids' win. every das von are
Mlngl
II would le compnra-
rolumn without using
Wrfiat I was about to -
/'rodnoji In your ii-nial long-
raahloa.
Stutelt It is you ahag
''
ratty, arenl you
nithei pleased with me for help-
ing to nu up space wham you
have nothing to say?
Mpaetf: A most improper quei>-
1.....i arklal i arena *
dally < -v. .i aaaetad -onit-
IBC and Codforth was refused
i -sion.
l-.illing lo bill
|r nu 5*i iiM n il
irho kiou's?
. And yet so baaaWftH, I stitched

ninsi burn open
lUt
SAM CODFORTH ,.....
noted f(., mi aubtloty, tried to ll,,ir |,'(i,prt*,d
n d
And rha u'lioic deck pel on i

1^:1. KKICS line-
when I ,.i Hie Saucy Mi
Flobstrr in the dunk !
if expe
enter an imderabifred "'muaau
. , .,.., corryim 1 rf round his head, and n cut-
avi hi- -iiouider, Between ins teeth,
Lmtead
When questioned he .,1,, he w hich the putiet
v. Fi.-ii-iit-oiiic,., !>.(. 1.tt. and Mi WlUaareadga wrarrged vrnai
that he had Ihch ,.' with in 1 '.ile had she to (all? Ala.s
to clean up in ana (..i tea pigtail was of I
ment The ofnclal pul ntajpratlou of the rotl
to the sack "They are very nine: I VOn ai "' OOJIVl
he mild They are all fell off the stem Hra
ill." aald Codforth. 11. ifkad \T M
Rupert's Spring Adventure12

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iw." ' Why | m. -
thi dugon !'1 cnea Rupen I
oi aoi re ao ini gay.
'' .in*it do*t 001 vail Ovr
lope 1st nay
1 "Thi
liaxon." In in
lanaci hi aaan a
' itk Siffl."

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Manning ahead, polishing up familiar mat-
ters, spending due time at routine tasks and ,
vacHtional activities. -
YOU BORN TODAY: arc energetic, full of ambition, action,
uly vibrant. Have delightful personality, are good company 3^
mid story-teller. UsualK generous spender, kindly and likeable
Also inclined to some egotism, susceptible to Battery. Your
aw Sign has given great military leaders, financial and business jaV
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ii ooaAoo
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| Price 1.30 p.m Kids House 18r. Bal. See
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- null to i- \ a.\ a
IM TMOWN'B StS.OOI.UAtH
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HolK't Nrwn IS
En .
.ramnl HrllUh N.w. grol
orrow only a..** a
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nar mo tat
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noRoiKi is
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T-aar a n-Mif*k i .* a sis
arid.. I fa anli
tb aaraai o -i ivr
And
rnsrii* sTAKHxn
mil, nt'pvrri
two nsTFii HrnANeaa
lOMORROlA at I M p m
r. ii,- or old sants re a
aoi.i. OK rrsA* MOON
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to-oat a TOMoaaon *
Richard BA.lgHAPT
NT UIDII NIOHT A ,
F041 I ATP l" TSARS
SUir tut
I it abet h OCOTT Dun DURYBA
I C.l" -olr
limn- >Tr
YOU'VE NEVER BEFORE SEEN
A PICTURE LIKE THIS!
liiei topped Down 9 Trees Anrt Moiled Aiioii it.e facit.i
The nmrut*, aaga of i men whi
.U-lilMci. I- riaked iheir U**s aa peo
a throrylOii .i iiriiniii,..|M,, r.fi
of bal> log. Ihey drifled fpora Peru
lo the Isle* where the hula girl* wail
101 days and 4,300 mile* wlihoai
nmiir* wilh rMliiation. exertlag
nperhonian effart* to keep .11
and alive!
SOL liSSIR
Photographed by the
men who lived HI
AT LAST ON YOUR SCREEN!
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BRIDGETOWN
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WEDNESDAY. MT.fST 20. 1MI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAOI
^Miimnmmxiimnntii
iiniiiiiiiumiimmfHiwii-imiiMiiniin imimmiiu
NOW...CARS BY THE'BUS-LOAD'
Britain Is In
Deficit With
Cuba Sugar
V f*alr>r-,"-.|.'t.
Tlw BASIL CARDEW Column
id dc<
Thai plan*1 promise* to slash first aim a
ihe high co*t of taking u car on motor-cycle
holiday to the Continent. The On the th
plane UtHI i I I r-ffOfl the c-i
uqrveraal Freighter, but aba pli
is to adap oss-Chanr
tar ferrywith lhre- a>
Ttii' fans i^hcr [hen Jacked on
than by sen. but car, motor- will.run the Length of
eyefaa, and passengers will cut What a m
"Ul Uv LgJ p iny which
i --fui.' .1. LAwkl.
11. rOl n. frot
direct to CormeiUa
. of 1
; anxious that | ,.m- Rider
laJOon t build Loads ef good lurk:
and up|K i d" k ,i rW to In.- new (It*1 r-litre "n- QaJoml fiolriie Gardner.
will have th ir quut- -t .w ,;< foiiuulii for ISM. year cieoled 16 records
' ... ... ., Vt*tl Sail Flats in Ml
42 pawh-i^i and t-..aagr. rajed MG. Spe.
- ,11 "* ifnipt u> win more laurel, for
(tooi* the pint". Giand Prix cv< Queen Elizabeth on July 30 In
I tin convinced that the th* British motor industry wiih
dC named during the last lnc_ Mme c*r-
four yean with the b.r M. would por -veflra Gardner covared aU
has iil-
UMDOS*.
Mr. N. M. Oodds. lL*buui.
kUUutui asked. Um President q|
Uie BiMu-u of Trade, in view of
UM glut of ugar in Cuba, if he
will luuate negotiations for
now k*ade pact with Uut country
rhici would inaUo Uie exti-
.sugai to be obtained, for Merlin.
to be spent In Britain and Inu.
make sugar rationing unncce* -
Tin Secretary for Oversee*
Trade tMr. H. H. "'"ntim. Con-
tervaUve. Kent. Folkestone anu
tfythe div.>. No. Sir. We are
banvily in deficit with Cuba on
our balance of trad*, and .n>
additional purchases of sugar
would locrease the deficit woethei
we were to pay for them in ui
onvirtible sterling or not. W<
already need a substantial u>-
crease in our export-, to Cuba
Unit P*> 'or "* oxisting level of ou
hn ktftj *u*ar purchases from that eoun-
m ihe try.
T'Kll Mr. DoUds. la uot Uie ho.i
Gentleman aware of Uie stale
until made by prominent i
pie In Cuba that they are pn.
pored to sell sugar at less thu
Id. per lb to this country, Ihe
money io be "pant in this coun-
read red*
,; Lyinpne to Le Touquet
i ,- Cham n 1 ear '
How Uiffeifiit from

: xlixjss *$>& aSs S3? E
" -iasm, and what succe** he Las "_f-*'"* "** further ffor.s
iiit- us to do Uutif only we

uount of finance '
Drought himself end his country?
Paris. How different from ship U fef] CltI1 "You have cer- My Tinder-Box
So bnUflayi abroad "ill begin when' the charge Is still i. built up cxperienc* the RrBtofiea: Yes most women
-., .i feitS HKn for ;m ITCH*/*. - hard way, if the HUM are do drive hesltaUnglv ,.n ihe roods Mr. alackeaon Yes air liol'.
'>:"" now m>lne to thafi Now way? i believe then lack my right hon. Friend and I ha\.-
showing gav- confldeni'e In themselves should seen a repreaenUtive from Cub i
be made to get extra sugar win...
would uot have the effect (
creating hardship in this country
Hcr>'
.stowed. Six to |
cording to =i/e. will be-
vUl u- lUt.M. A.I) 1154
Peep Into the futere: Itaymoi.d gTMl hype then
ii Vie Mays writes mo from Bourne, lUpporl for 1M4."
ThttfS 6
StSCO Paintttrt cv*tu
putpaie .
SISSONS BROTHERS
& COMPANY iiO
.
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1.14 1".
d C-C'|-
Il".r1l. a
a T. J
W.U.M1.
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*or CAN ' ,,N IT
MHO till -i' H i rRKAT !
Toffee
M \lt| IN I' K
th- Perfeeth
vou
.,11
hey ilnd themselves In
What do you think?
uv
French Minister,
Indo-Chinese King
To Confer
LNHO CHINA. Aug. IB
French Mm is In
L,etourneau, an Lved on Mondj>
for conferences with King Noro-
uom Sihanouk and toe Brst
meeting of the newly created
Franco-Canadian nviltary Com-
mitlei i^tourneau went nn-
meeUately to tne palace where he
svaa received In an atmosphere
('escribed i,* exeeptiotnillv under-
standine an > full of goodwill.
60 Sets Of Twins Get
Personality Test
The King rateaaad tth
i is Saturday speech in wh:ch he
said "the coming Of If, I
iteau constitutes an i
evoni for study and a solution of
'he military questions which oc-
IT BHOtra IF THEY ARE AEIKK.
TWO Canadian it^ychologiau ur- carrying out a iwi-
iU :i Into neradln Ln twina La London. The-
r toflttng 60 sets ol twin*, aged between 12 nnd 15. from
South London schools.
"We believe heredity ln twin*
Is much more prominent than has
d we hope to
l-year-old Mr
I'nnurlu In A V * -lll.Hia 111 rm 1 UC 111 Working with him is Mr. Duncan
15 HOURS
TO LEARN
TO SWIM
r\
E c* *rt 'B much more promln
Ilil^rUllls ?1ail lO been realised, an* >
^ prove it." said 28-y.
Blewett, also of Vancouver.
HAMILTON. Ontario AftCr 25,000 cftlculsUons, Uo
six men gnd interviews and months of compll
(nihshnieri. who sailed |ng (acts, they hope to write I
roov- the Ailam. bun thesis for their doctor of phuoao-
... a 72ft. yacht, have reached phy degrees from London Univer-
Lupy a place in the foreground of their Journey's end in Hamilton dty.
.^flairs of national interval." He harbour. ;*t the western end o' They interview the children
:aid tnat he hoped "very much i^yc Ontario (with the parents' consent) for
rrive at n happy oluUon with Thtir 4000-mile voyage from "ve or six hours at Maudslc.
Falmouth. via the Azores, Ber- Hoapltal, Camberwell, where both
but the trouble at the munu>>
is Out we are bnuorting fi;
oullion from Cuba and only ex-
porting 7Vfc million, and we a.
determined not to take any itep'
o prejudice the interest of th
British Commonwealth sugar pro
dueara. ,x
Itr. J. D. Piufumo,' Cutu>t.-i-
valive, Warwickshire. StrafTonl-
aa-Avun div. > It the Govern-
ment eut out altogether the im-
portation of these fantastically ex-
pensive sugar substitute* from Continent Uie money saved roulo
be used lo buy sugar from Cub.
thereby achieving similar 111
that in the mind of the ho.i
SwimmmH programme Member for Dartforri ruuuctOM will leach QI* In 19 Dodds). Would not thai have the
lours how to *ave themselves approval of the whole Hmi-e"
and others. They expect that
' 1 nut of 100 will paag th Mr Mackeaon: That would n
.11 flr'st trv solve our balance of payim-nl
The 15 per eeni who fall WlH situation with Cuba, which Is to
tart the "conveyor bait" fart almost p-rt of the dol'.u
.ralnlm all over again. area.
Idea behind the pro- Mr ----------- ...
gramme to make every r * -.Jlomlcy: \_7.
'* Will nc
1 rnenran airmen In flr!tn!n
** .r< to bo taught to swim
on a "conveyor belt"
In an intensive "Survival *y_
"Full-firing
CHAMPIONS
deliver the
full power you nee:'
to win races"
MADE iT TriF MONKS Or iUtK'AS"

American !n Britain able to Rochester and Chatham)
arv!ta accldenta in the *he hon. Gentleman -on Monsieur Letourneau on several
problems and obt _
on a number of point
attrtaottn
, 1 i|Ui'.U
.Lid.l.
New Ycrk and the St.
work.
rive main lests,
most of them
or our army." .'-wo. ai uaw lVT' the twins
Coatelio Sent
To Jail
60-ton convened Royal Naval har- gi^ .WnVh WQlfh mJSSSS
bour defence launch, with dM XacteT^ oth tS^^^
motorg and sails, wus hought at A tnifd man a ^^i,, work#I.
N-whav-n by Mr Arthur Hill, of visits the twins' homes
Hamilton. "Heredity In idenlicjl twins is
"It had belonged lo a publican usually the same," said Mr
;tt Richmond," he sold. McLeod," but different in frater-
Suiyine In Canada nal twins." The. ire uitafvtewlPg
The English members of ihe only twins of the aame sex, see
crew are Mr, Jack Johnson, n '"ree sets a week
driver, former membe, of Mr- Blewelt Is Onanced by tui
water
Through fire
They will also oe taught how
to awlm throuHh flame'' and
use trousers. pnVw-caae*. aOd
mat tress *s aa lUeb*tta.
Beveral American airman
have bL'fn rtrowr-d in B: ta n-
Latearl ease araa at Brrr<- N vtoa
Oxoni l*fiA..r tMst recently.
NEW YORK. August.
The C0vernme.1l on Friday put
1rank Costello (03) in Jail a place- cvew
the notorious underworld figure ^ft^Pi-^*^LsHe. fisS ex-serviceman's educaUon g>ant.
had avoided for the last 87 years. *** 5?B,*TLj?*r* nZ$ h him are his wife Irene. act-
Where he will be taken from and. Mr- Pe'er >-^ood. engineer lng u supply teacher in the local
here has not been revealed. He ond. du*h.t*man. Both expect to ^^ flnd |he4r lw0 chlWren.
11 go to the Federal prison **"? "* _t .. <- John. *ix- and Mary. two.
Mi McLeod, a bachelor, lives
pi 1-n 11
possibly A Danbury. Connecticut
The woman member, Mis. C
Cattle Experts
Will Meet In France
LYON, France. Aug. 12.
Vetenn.iry experts frorr five
natlona will meet here next mnni^
to dMdf out war on nftosa cattle dl*oa*.
Ing the Cuban Government rep
reaentalkve and sugfest that H
miglit be to our mutual udvanta.
to forgo Havana cigars this ye 1
tad take more sugar'
Mr. Meek aeon: That U a dUT
rrent question. I am only
anxious lo do everything we sal
As the right hon. Gentlein.ni gay
It is our de ne lo help the Cubai
to purchase more things fror
this country because, unless Ui;>
Is done, it will be difficult fo
us to maintain our present pu>
chases-
Lewlsburg. Pennsylvania Johnston, wife of the Canadian 1^ a London University home. He oul
After six months he will bv nrS-V mat*L..?_" ^ok ......,, ?*. Sf_r!:!inleJob.a1B PWchtlofurt Dr char,w Meriux. director
*he French Institute for aflos>
research told newsmen thi
eUgtblc /or parole T;it> ^Yjgto"' M" lionald at an Epsom hospital.
Costello gambled on rvfusing to Spenrs. a DSC. formerly ,,1 Ihe pay BfaCk Loan
tell the Senate Crime Investigates Mei chant Navy steered By thi ..We rame to I-indon bee
hia net worth u F* ?"? aefld recta*"n*- ." "^ felt it offered the best oppor-
nbout connections with poll!
ilgures Including former Mayor cour;
William O'Dwyer, presen- Unit.-d
Mates Ambassador to Mexico. He
vas convicted April 4, by a
Vderai Court Jury 011 ten Counts
f contempt for walking out on
be Crime Com;:
1951, He was sentenced on April B.
M 18 months in prison
S5.000. A U.S. Court of Appeal
stars nnd dead ie. .
claimed he never had to 1
more than three degree.-t
L U
"major" discussion will concert
what available preventatlv*
methods should be ur**d
:N>Iice Tighten Do|><'
(suard In Cuimdu
poUi
revasard **ven el the onginn'. tying their watch
counts and lowered' the tine to drug pedlars following daacVosure
[unities for our work." Mr. Blew
ett said. "The only set-back to
'earning In this country Is that
tudents cannot borrow funds to
omplete their studies. Tt seems
such a waste of learning for some-
one to get so far and be unable
:o finish his course.
"In Canada a student can bor-
CanH Go To
British Guiana
liONDON
James Harper-Smith. 31-yeai-
ild civil viv.int In Georgetown.
Rrltlsh Guiana, must wait another
two years for his wedding to 1H-
.rar-old Gersldme Rorehsm.
l.nulon typist.
tart TONY BlTTfNMAUSiH,
K^.' .1 th* st-Hax A-.^*."-. **
rai-B ly squipp""! 'hei* (on with ee-
andaW Chomptorn. facing men
knew 1 of pow*' out ol
if, drop of fuel.
If tout* not gstine.
all th* powsr you're
paying 'or. MS your
^hotnpion d.W.
WKc.iB.rf male of cor
of lull -i.g
CKamplon Bail
igaVaf
full powsr
t) jilt Into
aojav.
Delegatesrepresent1- France.
Holland, llelgium. Spain and
Portugal -- are also expected to lions
iaes a resolution making vaccine- mission to
A magistrate's court has upheld
Btawj Boreham's mother*f< ob)e
refused her per-
10 British Guiana
Ion of livestock obit*"
BwSruUt .mi Uiai at piuml tin?
- tied In his profession
.uspecU i
L.E.S.
'-',000 but upheld the jail term.
U.P.
Pinay Returns
After Vacation
rre.11
faced with growing problems.
will reti.
vacation and 1 a go
luls- *'reei
tent on Wednesday. Aft-'t 20 days * heroin
itlon in Al\ ;.i
Halt:* Pinay will plunge into
afltiin 1 witi. ra,Mwad
vigour.
The last c.il'inet meetit.^ tO(.,:
1 lave in July ' tl
,- French
Auriol's summer h I 111
-.inc* then new
that a number of high-school
."aiicouver have becon a
addicts.
Arrests have been made, A1..1
tcorw of Vancouvei
questioned.
Some students said
ihst gave them drug* free. B it
y asked for more, th- >
19 Up b> 30S I"
I uie 4 hcioin.
was discovered
hen a gi i*ed in the
1 overd'- e
Goodrich Rubber
Workers Strike
NEW YORK, Aug. IB.
A strike paralyzed the Goodlier
I ii.i (i 1. >inr..' v. and .1 ''. ..' .it
merit proposal designed lo proven;
Ika 'i !hf New for!
Railroad was rejected by the tradi
Dioni Lsaboai
...nee and Holland only. Expei...
wi 1 discuss whether to base their
aftosa campaign on this or other I
types of vaccine. He said French '
veterinarians have vaccinated
4.000.000 animals mce the be
Clnnlng of the year and the flgui*
will mount to twice that much
about half of France's livestock
before next January.C-F.
marry him. Weeping, she
night from the court to sein
I a cab!", tflling Mr fiance 1h
Vaa
' II looka as if I must wait until
am SI", she said "My liance
not due on leave foi
i.r\
\fosRadegh III

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6
mm;
If /ou feet worn out. depretied, f
I*nei illy run d">wn j juis or two
a day of Buckfjit Tonic Win* wilt
'1 tckly iew re lost entigy and
tone up the whole nervom s/ttam.
Gtvinj new viultty it fortlfiei you
nst fever and exhauvtlon and
*maer, Buckfajt Tonic Wine
eipeclally valuable
11 a r 111 n a 11.
TAKI HOME
'KFAST
I O T T L t TODAY
TEHERAN. Aug 18
Agmg Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh, to whom the Majlir,
vw dictatorial powers for atx
months, cancelled all visits and
appointments on ground- of ill
POKT-Or-Sl'AUi Aug 10. health. Mossadegh aalavad yeatcr-
I'bilip (jarela. Cii. known in the day and win renorte"! lo have had
lyp=o world as "Lord Executor" high fewr.
i.m-d Executor' 1) Ui *
L.E.S
Muslims Arrested
NEW DELHI. Aug. IS.
A nessaRe reports the arrest of
over 300 Muslim*, when they or-
ganlaed a protest procession at
harmony was nli
ftieatened In the merit packing
industry as the CIO Unitou _
rackinghouse Worker' Union ((ld in Fort Of bpaiu yesieruay.
negan one of Its wars agnlnl the Garcia was a recognised father' Sources closv to the 1 n*BW
-big four" meat pact i the Tru.idad calypso and per- said that if "*'"" 'gg
About lo^OOO lubber workeis haps the greatest ever. His cut- should iie.enoiale M nau aajawisi
ID naos <;.-odnch plant* all over ltm amused Trinidad and West to appoint a fornu.i J"u"* .
thw United SUi begaii a strike jadlan fans for half a century "dnunist.T slat* anau-a tor bbbb.
today afUT 10 weeks of neaotia- being able to extemporise oa any This Council was said to include
lions T.i J' ubject 'he Deputy Premier and W
iddnlgh: on Sunday, and L. B The last ten year* of his life Finance Minister Bage, Kazeii.i.
naster, international Prval were spent ln penury and want Forrlgi Mm ! r Huaaoin Navah.
' iSnU. ?l! thTAKhahid Hindu '">' ' " CIO United Huobe but less than a year ago public the P-.inlei Chef du Bureau
to be dent: with soon. THcv .-re ^ , 1,^7PnXt Ar- Workers said uiai all Ihe plants HUbscriptlons totalling $1,000 hell Ahmet Banei ...id the Premier
'>* r' dintf to n nVi.i .nnounce- Tre "shut down ..r in pr-ce i ed bring some sort of solace to Parliamentary \sslstant Moham-
l.the ,;' .. Ti)e situslion is well under -f belnr. shut down.' tlarcla who bad become Wind. i ed Hussein A. -bad!
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l'\( i H.I IS
UAKHAltOS ADVOCA'Ir.
WLDMsllU. Al'ClST M, IKI
BA^ADOS^ADVSCATE
Wednesday. AiiKtiat 2U, 1952
Kiis's*ia 4 ariUlM'nn
Tli suggestion made by Mr. Albert
,t Trinidad and the
Leeward and Windward islands should
consider "the advisability of federation
amon({ themselves" deserves close atten-
rorn the governments concerned.
i lent attention has hitherto been
paid durinfi discussions of federation as to
the peculiar position the Leeward and
Windward Islands would hold in a federal
scheme
ts British Guiana, British Hon-
duras. Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad can
exist independently and make progress as
independent units within the British Com-
monwealth no Leeward >r Windward
Island could hope to gain frum individual
self-governing status much more than is
attainable under their present constitu-
tions.
The urge to become merged with a larg-
er; political unit is therefore natural to the
small scattered units of the Leewards and
Windwards.
In this connection it is necessary to em-
the failure of two ea- tat* attempts
>te closer association Tne Feder-
ation of the Leeward Islands which has
been in existence for more than eighty
veers has not been mccesrful and in recent
S* ears federal administrative services have
eon pruned. The ultimate resull of fed-
eration of the Leewards Islands has been i
ibordinatiun of the Federal to the re-
gional governments.
In lh Windward Islands political asso
been achieved and eeCD
island has its own legislature sharing only
a governor and certain federal officers.
Before MontegO Bay the suggestion had
been made lhat there should be closer
union between the Leeward and Windward
Islands. That suggestion was dropped
when proposals fiom the Montego Bay
i ser association of all the
British Caribbean territories was put for-
ward.
To-day Mr. Gomes' lUggeeUon
be a return to the earlier suggestion ol i
closer political association between the
Leewards anil Windwards, and is an ad-
vance on that suggestion because of the
inclusion of Trinidad in the proposed po-
litical grouping.
i.v therefore Mr. Gomes' sugges-
tion is reanrtk and fleMi'wbag of consider-
ation by the governments concerned. Now
that British Guiana has turned its bock on
the federation proposed by the Committee
which came into being as a consequence of
the MontegO Bay conference, only Trini-
dad can offer the kind of Ul'Stance to the
Leewards and Windwards which will help
them to advance politically and economi-
cally.
The only question of importance which
these government! will have to decide is
whether federal government would be
more suitable to their needs than unit,-in
government.
There is much lip-service paid In the
lay to the ideal of West
Indian nationhood transcending local state-
hood but when it comes to lime for decis-
ion, neither Barbadians, Trinidadians
nor Jamaicans seem prepared to make con
t ,| the common good of the West
Indies. In the Leewards and Windwards
the individual approach is less accentu-
ated and there is greater realisation in
those islands of the benefits to Vje derived
from association with one or more of the
more powerful West Indian units. So far
there is a tendency for the Windwards to
throw in their votes with Trinidad and for
some of the Leewards to follow the lead of
Berbedoe, Bui neither the Leewards nor
the Windwards group attempt to stand on
their own feel at regional meetings with
the BsturajQce displayed bv Jamaica. Trini-
dad or Barbados.
Despite the tendency in the Leewards
and Windwards to-day for politicians to
seek greater powers internally yet there
eems to be j. realization of the sm'allheas of the
territory In which these powers are being exer-
cised. By contrast the sweets of political power
In an Island, as highly civilised by comparison
with ihr LMWM'dl and Windwards at Barbados.
seem to give greater satisfaction to the aspirants
for political honours locally.
The desire for closer political association SXttU
Lfl the lco\vard8 and Windwards and it Trinidad
is willing to make nn experiment with the Le-
v:nds iind Windwards, why should anyone In
lea or iT.imaicii object?
Only there mm good reason 1o ask whether
a federal association is preferable to a unitary
form of government.
By Joining with Trinidad, which is the richest I
a island with the greatest po-
tential for indiintrlnl expansion, the I*e*|Wr.rns
and Windwards would become integral parts of
a territory of more than one million persons and
the addition of Uie population uf the leewards ]
mi l WtodWaffdS to the Eastern Caribbean Gov- ,
ernment which Mr. Gomes has suggested would ,
help considerably to reduce tho tendency for
Trinidad to become divided between Oriental
imd Afro-European political groupings. An B
rrn Caribbean Government comprising Tl D
Toi I imd* of the LeewaraV
i Trinidad .1 position w.iii
respect lo Jamaica almost idcntn <1 u in p pu
latwn.
This is important because the greatest handl-
-}p r> poUtioal federation of the British Corib-
cean at Independent units Is th." overwhelming
pop i1 'Hi. A political federation in
..... entire.! wi'.li population Ol '
Bullion, BOB Kris'fi-n Cnribbcim Government with
1 Button and British Guiana and Barbados with
a populalion of ' million would be a federa-
tion from v.rwrh moal of ana DfnUnt ob-lacles lo
federation would hive been removed.
Bui if Trinidad and tie I#ew.ird and Wlnd-
l *] ind wen [o foi
ma unitary government, the expenses of the
Ibbean Federal Government would
nptaUon for t*e leeward and
to form blocks against
the Trinidad lovtrnmanl and to strengthen
own regional government* at the <-
of the Fedei Goverontenl would be always
iU. ........
As provinces of Trinidad, benefiting from the
educational, medical and social services of th-
I and from the investment ol
1 channelled through Trinidad.
the Leeward.* and Windwards would seem to
opportunities for development which are
Jou to them as isolated Island
mcnti with semi-responsible legislatures. As po-
I partners in a federal government combin-
ing together for what the m out of
Tru ems little hope of an efficient
deration.
But Mr Gomes' suggestion certain]
i many
i closer
West Indies.
The Beasley He port:
A ( rilM'isiii
(By A Correspondent) absorbing within the budget the
inevitable .tddlUonal cost of exllt-
T11K FISCAL SURVEY of Barbados, recently publish- ing commltmenu bui exercising
ed by the Economic Adviser to the CD. & W has the most ***** C8uU^Li ^JJjf tVJU
admirable object of informing the Barbadian public ab*.u '.'tl)g in lrie lrl0rt or
the trends of the public finances and "it." s'gnific i !ie term." it is demonstrate*i
the llnanctal policies followed by thi* Govern! that sedating cenioral and local
And Barbadians must bo very grateful t li.^e ml f. 'g^h m?^fr
mation (run, the unreadable bulk of gOVernmenl recorda SoJc^reaaons; *an Mnual' in-
reduced to a form of moderate length and of reasonable crease in revenue which the
lucidity fot the author of the Report writes a straight author estimates will by 1958/9
forward sentence, chooses his words simp! v. and, almost have amounted-to about $2.4 mil-
always, makes hi. meaning clear. And this, among econum- %U*2g^"^2' ""
remarkable. Indeed anyone who t..i et an intelli- prevent And Prospective
gent interest in the economic affairs of the island cannot Revenues
be too strongly advised to read this Report. The comparatively lengthy and
,.. ,,.. ___,. thorough Part III of the Report.
. .fil F* entitled "Survey of Present and
\TthST i~ Prospective Government Rev-
if.- ~~ T"0 enues", recommends a number of
our imports. addUionj to ravenue which amount
* J*Ly. h-SJ??n "on of the food subsidies which al
with* the "impression ggffl
in its 107 pages the
ntatM .. Kieat deal nl DMSt rise in QM pHc*)
| Information and ds- done more than
IfittOD .iliOUt the framework m lMr 1'*
lihin whiesi a Barbadian rc<*v<'r:. ,h" aMthor
lit itupi
and financial policies. --Jfat JJ* W,I-0"V has bee.. u f m f^ sudbuum wnicn a
When one has ret* throuah I "* ' decade. ^Wil Bbg approximately $
n the su^r industry. In ETnii m hi. niXnin tn vr.t.
i left
thee
uch an accumulalior;
hard facts there is occasion for
ui.-'imet among those airy and
lrr< '[(onsible members of the
commuauy who find in tho
clouds the only limits to the ex-
teri.ii,n of Barltadian ifovcrniner.t
service* and living staii'1
one has to read, and lo Ihlnk.
tun-.. f<>r sanVnioh *
Kej-iirt Is built around a tlmnc.
ind although OM can find in the f>"l
'xt a case to support the theme. ',
.<; tM author's method of pre- :,r, "on
many Win >'"- bororo nd aft*r taxaUon. shows
01 tunate. '
Boo by Traps
million. In his opinion to very

n. Ir.-i.T,, " SMf thcre little advantage. Now this. ...
S JZSSEl L' u,,du* P*'; some ways, is the weakest part of
girding ' \ Report The discussion of ex-
II a standard of isung ^a ^^^e source, of rev-
. IK i, mforlifltive and intexesl-
i there Is ,,. t,ul wh,.n the author makes
CICT '' aaeUV " i mineodatlon one so
SSSJ?" i h-ls ,hc "*"n ,hat "^
?*"'*. ; ... ihe iritument has been Juinoed
.11 assumpunn concealed. The
' 'u" role of the "expert" in public fln-
i a la proscribed on.-; In UM
lereatlng analysis ee 0f any particular lax, his Job
'"""i:' : i,ul first how much
a given ehanija In the rate of tax
Is likely to alter the total proceeds.
inbiit.oi which have so ob- ,,] gecondly to indicate the gen-
Hi. almhtfy InconscquenUal ~l% *n plM? ,n ,he ,w,t -ral economic implication, of the
phrases sometime. m,0en ""' Utt change. Thus, of a hypotheti-
cave one with the feeing th.-ii National Income eel increase in. .ay. the duty on
y cuoni wen anittan Tha proporuon ol the National tobacco, the expert might say that
c'ependei.tly and then put to- Incone winch goes Into central the consumption of cigarettes Is
her without quite enough care taxation has risen roughly from likely to fall o much that Ml
rig taken to see that they fitted. H% to 18%. Of this T% in- result the total proceeds rrorn the
n Part II. for example, while crease in the proportion of duty will fall. Or, of a possible
t Of the section, are hlghW N;tti..:,.,i Income taken m central Increase In, let us say, the Com-
' to the subject matter 'axe. about 5% has coim- from P-mies tax the expert might per-
il' ir arrangement Is most con- nansct taxes income tax and haps say that It will stifle econo-
'(!ng. The careful initial death du'i , mk development by discouraiiln
of rhe Island's depen- '.300 persons of the "high and the entrance of foreign capital.
ktnvi upon Imports leads uncom-
i ibb Into several pai
. i rth i>r speculaUon on Bm
imounl of 'tie isiarui's oeeraasH
iivestmenls; thence we
Sy way of a discussion of reoant
:,.ital form it ion at home, back
'x a wider dlscuuion of the
>r payments. This ten-
i- icy to allow stock, and (lows
Mch other that ^s to
capital account on all
IB thr income account
to 'uspeei ;,t
tti ceg In the text that the aufnOf
W tripped Up on one of his own
NMby lr:u>;. Incidentally the
e-tlon In Part II which discusses
I" Island's oversea, aaaets la
-1 f carelessly written
in I In its present form Onttaj an-
il .lllglble.
middle
peepa
Bnl ban it comes to speJflc re-
.ommendationi the expert
Now int. com lUBiuus oi p-h i. xticuielv cureful lo show upon
tical Important i||om how what aasumpUona, political and
iht. The iirst aaa bessa BWteatcd -. nomlir, hla coni
already, it K that in a country based. Unfortunately the author
In which the crrst majority of ol this Report doe. not always do
Individual, haw small personal BO. For example his
incomes the .....i level
taxation (central and local
which roiu.u in is nearly 2l*"i ui
NaUonal Income I. already l.i.h "'
id Ls In fart considerably
ommenda-
j lion of $400,000 as the additional
, amount which will have to be
__ a.. J Imi ItiMin'n AnJ f^(^t*^_
oro IneonM and Corn-
ax and Death Duties"
Income already hlsh [gg onp as bcing ,rWtrary_fl
all he defends this particular figure
higher than Is generally taken in" [ne text one might have been
by government of i mm tries wiual'.y convinced had one read
with an equivalent Inromr per $800,000 or $200,000 instead of
head." The m#cond coneluolou i. $400,000. The paternal tone which
that when budgets of the order is attached to most of the reepm-
of $12 million are contemplated, mendations la far less likely to
as they are today, and the total ronvlnce a legislature with a mind
gross Income of the 1.500 "high and opinions ol Its own than an
and middle income" families approach which had been more
amounts onlvlo MM million, rigorously argued even if more rc-
In revenue, must necessarily te j^Q llgures themselves which
provided from the lower In- ;1V,. put forward in tho Survey
i '.met.. cannot be thoroughly followed up
It need* only a slnnre n* the witho.il a great deal of work
figures of dsatrlbunon of per- up<>ii the original sources. One
SOnal incomes Ijeforo Tax to thing which can be Bald, even
show ilini the 1.500 people of the ,vith thai rrvnwer'< Imperfect un-
"hlgh and middle income group" demanding of the Barbadi
do not at present, and never can, public finances, is lhat the Survey
any nrovi.m" ,,lp huUt "' 'he govern- BU,i , ,h- extrnor-
^aoacltV U> urovlde 'real' mCnl ? T"'l'nu' n" m:,,"T how "'nrv blended Period of Its ge-
*'. heavily they may lw taxed. rationfor while the main part
i the calculations and tables ratal
Thought Provoking
But there is less to grumble
m than there la to think
ibont in th.s Report. The first
ji.pos*timi supporting the
' i (en\iul theme Is best put
n nu own words "So, In spite
mendous increase in tho
!i 'ling value it' exports it seems
1: i the community of Barbados.
a it for man, has little additional
a : purchasing power per capita
?vide 'real'
arnment revenue than it had
H-iorc the war." It may be a such Is the author'a assessment " "i,"Z?~ ,
OHM of ui to realbM it. of the economic background. And 3fffSS J\ i I,,,^ ,?,, m
lug.- increase in our the more roedftc and technical **** pretend to be "J* up to
:iin rise in the parts of the Report, which enquire de are sipped in unobtrusively
f sugar had not. between in detail Into the prospective Gov- hrr** al,d ; .T' .___ __. j-..-,u
9 8 and 1049 done substantially ernment revenue, and cxpendl- This certainij aoaa m omavj
0 mop up the increase lures of the next live years, are the wdul^ of ihe tornj. tor
n tho populalion. While there based on the assumption that the tne estimates in it still raoeel; di-
n, since l>eforc the war. a Government will think it prudent, racUona and orders of magnitude
I swinn of the terms of trade as docs the author, "lo treat the reasonably wellbut it does not
: tavour-oj those countries in present level of expenditure as a altogether help the reader to avoid
; "era! which export raw ma- basic requirement of government, confusions. ____________^^_
llilemma" Of Central
Federal ion
African
LONDON. for example, on which the foun- founded on an offer of intcr-raclal
The prospects of possible dls- datlons of the great nations of the partnership by the Europeans may
o.ilent among a few Europeans Commonwealth were laid. It is well be the Kieatest danger of all
md many Africans In the next also urgent because, as Lord t<> race-relationships and the fu-
(ew years are not so important as Salisbury also said, this may be ture happiness of both European*
h- future verdict of their grand, the last chance we shall be given and African. It is also worth
-lildren." to build up a multi-racial society considering whether there are in
This comment on what Is refer- north of the Limpopo based on fact any gre.i-.er political aare-
red to as the "dilemma" of the the British way of life guards for the Africans, at any
-Vtitrai African Federation quea- __ ,, rate in Northern Rhodesia, und
Ion appcara In an article by the ^hc formation of the Union of the present constitutional arjange-
-iitor of the current Issue of South Africa itself gives strong menls lhan those proposed in the
"t'orana." journal of H.M. Colo- negative support to the historical white Paper, and does not the
nl 1 Service, argument. J he racial and const!- threat Just mentioned give this
These were certain very impor
, tutlonal difficulties which now en- additional importance'
ia.it aapecta of the matter which danger it result not from the Act
Sad not been sufficiently empha- of Vni-m which has made a now- Some people discount this offer
. ad "in Ml the premature ariu- "fill and prosperous country out of 'partnership' because they did
rent" before ihe White Paper was of a collection of petty states, but nut believe that It 1. genuine, or
tn dished he sava. fro.ii the fact that the growth of If it Is, that In the face of the
"First there is the argument of South Africa took place before formidable dllhcultjcs of carrying
t ilism All of p. who hove ser\ western thought awoke to its true it into the obvious practice In daily
ad lu West Africa since the war responslbiktles in race relation- relationships, it cannoa be made
know that the policy followed -hips. South Africa is entangled effective. But. again, there is no
there, which eras condemned by a In its_past and if. trying to solve tolerable alternative. The only
sc.tlon of British puhue opinion lu difficulties with a philosophy practical, conatructlve course for
, we| ind sentiment d Idealism which l< ill-attuned to thai Ol UM t> pengUHI gsWanaaB and Afrleaa
hi i Wen above all thing, realistic rest ot the free world And these leaders is to asaume that those
rhe ir.siic now in Central Africa is are precisely the factors which who say they accept the principle
d ullar except that those who fa- make the federation of Central of partnership mean what they
. imi the realistic course In Ihe Africa, based on the principles of soy and will, if given both that
fiMt case are reluctant to pursue Inter-racial (-.(-operation, so ur- opportunity and leadership and
.tpnarently different con- gently desirable. The prospects ol this may cull fur gome difficult and
| elusion In the second, because possible discontent among a few cour.i.i (! imoii- In any case
it eonehlaka may confnet with Europeans and many Africans In the potentialities of the present
lie democratic principle that the the next few je.irs are not jo im- situation in Central and Southern
* II of the majority muss, regard- portant as the Tuture verdict of Africa are surely such as to Induce
I- .- of the consequences, prevail, their grandchildren. There were anv responsible person at least to
Ail of us share this reluctance In Mmtlar divisions or opinion In take a constructive attitude
varying degrees but we must face Canada and Australia all those wards the proposals and to try to
tha fact' ol the political situation rears ago, hut they proved to be Wm African support ior them.
In Southern Africa Just as frank- .-Phemeral in the face of the pro-
U as we did thoae in West Africa, rress and prosperity which f I the face of them th.s wheme -. ..lion brought fraiittng Ad n-.-ulrjUve OfBem to
Is not nut forward as a design for Those who are honestly trying. ^entral Africa is how to persuade
topTaPbut"STdinevitableRcom. b< f3ce the situation as it Is must Africans to d,acu the detad- of
pi on.ife designed to achieve a also ask themselves what may the scheme at all It Is fair to
neat 'md uncut purpose and. In happen, both injmediately and in say that in it an honest attempt
the process. To proVtthe inter- ihe years to come. If federation is has been made to rmet every con-
to allay tha fears of both rbandoned or delayed? It Is be- crete expression they have given
I irope uid African.' rOnUM Increasingly clear, since of their v.uui- and very "nder-
' "This federation Is Indeed a the feelings of the local Europeans standablc fears, and it may be that
rat purpose, to no way less im- are lust as scruiUve as Brat obstacle may prove to be
portant than those other federa- the African.!, that the rejection of the highest of all. 1^-t us hope that
Sens* of Canada and Australia, a federal scheme specifically it Is even now being cleared-
Our Headers Say
Suii'luy lilvocnlr
T.> (he Ediror. The Adrorote
no evident political Onlfon "'e People of Barbados'
i'.ed excellent ;.mi tie item 'Gardening Hints
Huntc la at his best In apprecla- for amateurs' would be useful In
grticla d Drtullnc book form.
Is or Salvation m. J. M. TJENINGTON.
Army Hostels) he can be ropey. St. Martin's Vicarage,
SIR. Than the
Advocate", I am sure, better
will not be found -- having; re- ni!lil,K ln for mc nrr Ed Nulo
to limits of circulation 1Im, nopki^jon produ,.
i potential. ibominibly coi
I Many of >our articles are ifc*)
voklng: of the paper a^ a .
The Editor is always
interested to know
what features readers
like or dislike about
WILD BILL WINS AGAIN
LONDON.
"W'ikt Bill" Donovan, America's picturesque
hero, diplomat and lawyer, has done
it again. Won another victory and kept
quiet about it again.
This victory 15 in the Judicial Commuter
'.I Her Britannic Majesty's Privy Council,
-ral William Donovan,
fought the last round of the two-year-old,
million-pound case concerning 40 Chinese
airplanes in Hong Kong.
He represented the American airline, Civil
Air Transport Inc., which claimed them: the
Hong Kong Supreme Court had previously
awarded them to the Chinese Communist
Government. The final court of appeal,
though, the Privy Council, last fortnight
gave them back to CAT.
Sir Hartley Shawcross, Q.C., Attorney-
Ci neral in the last Labour Government, was
: the British lawyers who pleaded the
appeal on C ATs behalf. But the man who
directed it and has fought the r.ise resolutely
sirce it began is the fabulous Donovan, whose
name was scarcely mentioned in the pro-
ceedings.
He has just ended a two-week stay in
London, was in the thick of the case but
out of the limelight. He worked hard, saw |
few of the British political and military
le; dors he knows, took little time out for
en ertainment.
Few other people with a similar career
could have avoided publicity us much as he.
No one photographs the General at home
with his family; he seldom gives interviews.
Yet his record in itself is a sensational story.
I managed to meet General Donovan to-
wards the end of his visit at Claridges, the
elegant hotel favoured by Royalty.
He would say nothing about the case; he
had already spoken strong words to an
American Congressional committee on the
subject and he only touched on parts of his
own life history.
In the First World War, as a soldier, he
formed a bunch of tough, loud-mouthed New
York City Irish-Americans into the 69th in-
fantry brigade of the Rainbow Division. It
was the brigade which became known as the
"Fighting Sixty-Ninth", gave its name to a
Hollywood film (with George Brent as him-
self) and was immortalised in Ihe play "What
Price Glory". He led it through many battles,
was wounded three times; earned a chestful
ol medals from Allied nations as well as the
Congressional Medal of Honour, America's
highest award, and the name of "Wild Bill."
In World War II he became a Major-
general and globe-trotting head of the eloak
and dagger intelligence organisation, the
Offloa of Strategic Services. The O.S.S. was
irtivo in crushing the Axis fifth column in
America, against which he had long been
rounding the warning.
As a private individual with a reserve
commission in the U.S. Army and a peculiar-
ly intense interest in his country's welfare,
he "looked in on" every European war since
191B. the Russian civil war, the Russo-
"SSL*?r '" 1920' Abys'n"i" and Spain.
Which side did you see most of in Spain."
m&? lhis slounch American Catholic,
ihe side we had to be on guard against
The German and Italian side", he said
\,J I* 11a,,1,"'e was hardly likely to please
his fellow-Catholics in America, most of
whom favoured France. But Donovan did
not aim always to please people. He was
turned down for the post of Attorney
General in Hoover's Cabinet because of
pressure by anti-Catholic, Klu Klux Klan-
lod elementsand because he opposed pro-
nloltion.
As a diplomat he came to F.urope on a
series of hush-hush missions for President
Roosevelt in 1940. and visited every European
capital outside Hitler's domain, from Moscow
to Madrid. He took a close look at Britain
announced that if Hitler invaded he would
be beaten, and went back to urge Roosevelt
to push through the deal giving Britain 5C
destroyers.
As a lawyer, he heads a prosperous New
1 ork law Arm. has held a number of Govern-
ment posts including that of Assistant
A'lorncy-General. and was a member of the
American team at the Nuremberg war crimes
trials.
As a popular hero? The name of the Fight-
ing Sixty ninth and the two Hollywood films
(the other is called "O.S.S"! account for that
General Donovan does not at first strike
one as the "Wild Bill" type. A medium-built
man dressed in a conservatively cut suit,
with a placid, florid face and strong, spirited
blue eyes, he looks like a lawver who knows
just what he is about. He seems too genial
to be tough, too substantial to be wild.
He also looks twenty years younger than
his sixty-nine years.
He is as friendly to newspapermen as a
man can be who usually just won't talk.
His reticence is not due to excessive
modesty; he admitted to me that the reaction
of ex-soldiers of the 69th to the film about
the regiment was: "George Brent wasn't
tough enough."
At home he campaigns for Eisenhower. I
asked him if this meant that he had changed
his political views since the days when he
worked for Roosevelt. He answered stern-
ly: "Roosevelt was my coir.mander-in-chief.
not my political leader. There's a lot of
difference."
An unswerving patriot, he is stern about
the interests of his country, and has spent a
good deal of his own time looking at other
people's wars to see how he could best serve
it if the need arose. He warns against an
enemy fifth column today as he did before
Pearl Harbour.
2
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VHDKESUAV, AUGUST 20. 1K2
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Second Day's Hearing of Falsification of Accounts Case Concluded
Statement Of
Accused Admitted
THE SECOND DAY'S hearing in the case in which
26 year-old clerk Keith Squires is charged with falsification
of accounts on or about August SI, 1951. while employ c\i
by D. V. Scott Se Co.. Ltd., was concluded at the Court of
Grand Sessions yesterday before His Lordship Mr. Justice
J. W. B. Chenery.
The Hon. C. Wylie, Attorney General, is appearing for
the Crown while Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated with Mr.
F. G. Smith is conducting the case for the defence.
Squires is charged with having
$i?,,JZ2'i &Ftt 1.050 Passed For
uVJESi mttlSmXZ Speakers Expenses
making a false entry in a Mock -i *
book belonging to or In the pos- In (aUIKUUft
session of D. V. Scott 4 Co.. Ltd .
his employer, purporting to show The House of Assembly M-
that on August 31, ruin vats 1, tcrday passed a Resolution* For
2 and 3. the property of his cm- $|,050 to meet the expenses of
ployer. at Cheaps.de contained the Speaker of the House. Hon.
respectively 2.-96. 1.380 and 2.820 K. N It. Husbands when he goes
proof wine gallons. to represent the Barbados Branch
When hearing resumes today of tee Commonwealth ParUamen-
at 10 a.m.. Mr Cutnbert King, tary Association at the Associa-
Supervisor of the excise depart- Uon>s lvctlDt . Canada in
ment of the Customs, who October
had been on the witness stand Tho
during the greater part of yester- states*
day. will be further cross- The Baxitmaog Drunch o(
20UOUNCE BABY GIVEN GOOD CHANCE TO SURVIVE
( biTUAVY
\a Horace LK-ighton
SNUOIT SNOOZING AWAY u. hrr Incubator at the Queer of Angels Hospital In Ix* Arecle* U -||
e 20-ounce bao> Ui.n u> Mri trl Hops The tot was born three mrr/;
U bam tiny iht is by comparing her sl to the
i '>thst the will kid* i
l--lnch ruler be l.ores also have a ten-month -,
Elementary Education In Jamaica
As you are aware I
ho addendum to the Reaction SSURA KSSt*
examined.
Me was cross-i
Off.
ester-
Coi
Asm. itii
'.,
^^i^-s^^ ^.-^ss.^asa.;
im ju>t
tudy in
. Public
Health but I will be speaking to
you thi* morning for the most
tion In
THIS IS A LECTUKE DE
LIVE RED TO THE SCHOOLS
IN BT. JOSEPH BY MB
li L. OITTENS, chiet
SANITARY INBPBOTOR. ST
JOSEfH
the COS)
. S, you h
thankful for; you
school you will
Ilk
vxt lo this
ihat

ments.
On the resumption yesterday
morning His Lordship gave his
ruling on the admlssibility of the
statement Sgt. Phillips raid the
accused made. His Lordship in
admitting the statement said that
it did not go beyond the li'.nits
laid down by the Judges Rule and
the conditions did not apply to
this particular statement.
After the ruling was
:rred it hU refl-
, Bra
daj of Mi. n w. C IftsJjaWiiii to -
. .. ,
...
iiresencf
.( distinguished i
. .therm.:. He was 78. '
i High ton was the son of '
ihe moat outstanding of the Head- l
masters of Harrl>; n -
ight up in such
en atmosphere he was genteel and '
loa DcgpltM la*
good eosnpssuV
..II who ','
1
LfU i 1. .
'
(.fterwaiil B all in

Trinidad Ha n
van in las manner of I.'.
In his later years when he hau

|i m to ttM llarbados Branch. ,
"ycd hu

1
of a bygone eSfltU
In dun ,..un- |..d|Cr of men and business In
l ~t,~ ''
Of wonts was supplg .
; a contagion-.
Horace Delghton was a mrrn who '
lived

and Um Mblat of in- nilowman
:
end was r*v ill-speak '
.i Um fttatal) ami ctlgf-
iMd BiMRi made him much ra-
Colonials At Japs Blamed
Guide Camp For Theft
LONDON.
Oirl Guides from East Africa,
"
kong and Muljjn )oined
ptesentutlves from ovti thirty
her countries, including (ireat
rttaln. at the Guide International
imp held from 11th 18th Aug-
grounds of the Hall
MAald.
Mtogether. about a thousand
.imp.
In the absence of Ladv Strathe-
i and Campbell, the Ctdef Com-
.i.iniT. overseas visitors were
. coined on August 11th by the
. il Mrs. Geoffrey Gibbs. UM
i .mmis-uoner.
l message from Piinres*
CooMaodon of the Sej
.< i .i ti-aii jt the weleom-
. m on Monday, August
i palad n-hich
t,(. ii nj Illy
nrlthln
You
stale of ulTair*
do no? \ ilue
fc_5r4*n!fn!U/ P*rt '1 cleinei.:..ry <-l
been Invited to Thal country.
However I know you would like
ed on to produce books' and dolii- f^ .? 2& 5anfldlan Branch first to hear something in general -----------------------------------------"------ '
!<>" the 29th August to the 5th about the place. Jama.cn is the she supplied the materials for a cou Idna Ilk*
of October. During this time the largest of the BWI. It is bruu- hot lunch. yourselves who n-.ut walk i
member Of the Barbados Branch uful but in a different wav to the The nearest public sUkxiI WSJ to -..iiool if Ivy k-'I In ;" att.
will also attend the Common- beauty of our iland; there are over :i miles away so the teacher Wl en you are tatnfj 'inected tlaure
wealth ParUamentarj' Conference mountains with clouds nettling on had to be treated well and en- at home the last two days of the % recent v,
FJid general meeting of the Also- them, cattle grazing in vallevs couraged. the need for whl ^>r oth'-r days you should
ciaUon which will be held in over large areas of panture liind apparent since the salary was not think of these things, think of UM
Ottawa this year. trees with gorgeous >, aliractlve. This type of school is peoefttt you ure apt to value
The Canadian Branch of the jn fact there is an abundance, of known ns a basic school, and lightly and tell your parents you
Association will meet hotel and trees and shrubs In Jamaica, and caters for children before the must go to school all the school
transportation expenses of the much water; that li why It i * ftchool entering age of "; this days.
Barbados representative, but it Is called the l-and of Wood mid school had however up to class That Is the main point I want

*nd Olave Lady Baden Powell.
Mr, World Chief Guld.. law
Nui -!. i..r.v t,. it'. D t
n Sunday, 17th August She
"'(I the various groups in the
imp and spoke to the guide* at
-impfir** .ifter supper.
Highlight of the camp was a
mmoth campAre held on
i*dneaday, 13th August rron
M -10 pm. The guides already
gagM Joined for the oeca-
n by 7.000 others from differ-
' narts of Great Britain.
' >ther activities included croup
monslrations, an open day for
TOKYO. Aug.
The Japanese* are o
toui metaW
atd stones has been looted from
Japan's World War II military
n^uuru chesl. An inquiry by a
committee of the Japanese Diet
i that the :mger ol guli
ti'cuki ot- pou.tju largely at Jap-
anese officials.
Sensational Japanese and for-
eign news reports have given the
impression mat Liei ineiiibers are
accusing American occupation
n leu Is of stealing gold, s.lver.
diamonds, and platinum coUact-
ed bv the Japanese Gov.
uunn* the war.
The Diet Comm-ttee, has que*-
tioued foira.tr members at the
Munitions Ministry, the i nance
Ministry, the Bank of Japan
ind persons close to the Emperor,
former Army and Nr.val officials.
'ltd has investigated occupation
records. A piel minary report
U*ued on August 12. suggested
Ihat American occupation person-
nel had opportunity to loot the
treasure.
i\r.
visitors and excursions. Each
country invited demonstrated
some particularly national atpeet
of their guidingnational <:nre.
cooking, handicrafts or "nnipcraf*.
Excursions Included visits to Lon-
don Windsor, Greenwich and
trips down the Thames.
S|. Phillip, d \hr"S.xZ ^^'"d,'^_
which he took from the accused.
He said that in March he went to
fifteen
pproxii
In The House
Yesterday
the Colonnade Stores and carrier! *ilouI out a search. During the search P** hls *
he found a red book in a drawer
and this book contained detail-
about the stocks of rum. A
thorough search was made.
To Mr. Barrow. Sgt. Phillips
aaid that Inspector Springer war
In charge of the investigations.
Before he cautioned the accus-
ed, he read a letter to him. He
knew that bottles of rum were
missing from the Bond.
During uhe course of the Inves-
tigations many people were in-
terviewed. The accused said the
shortage occurred between June
and October. He also said that
the shortage was about 2,000
gallon- uf rum. The shortage
wai reported to be about 4.000
mjUdm
Mr. Cuthbert King, SupcrvlFor
of the Excite Department of the
Customs, said thut merchants put
tocos of rum at the Cheai^ide
Bond for exportation. The mm
is arranged in separate compart-
ment* in the Bond. There are
approximately ten firms which
use the Bond,
A merchant has to make appli-
cation if he Wants to put rum b
the Bond. When the rum is
moved to the Bond n bill Is m:ule
out. The rum in the Bond is the
property of Ihe merchant, who
put it there. The representative*
of the merchants witness the
placing of the rum in the Bond.
Another application has to be
made by the merchants if they
want to blend the rum.
A Merchants' Rum Book is kept
at the Cheapslde Rum Bond and
this book shows rum
allowance of Water. There aro miles and v iles *. The government gives basic to Impress upon you this morn-
(Canadian) dollars or of roads beautiful to drive nlong, schools, which are regarded as Ing; to appreeia;- ymir Offpor*
tely t B.W.L 27 a day running beside the sea. almost supplementing public sch.oi*. a tunjhes for education. They w>
u* Um nuwt educated pe-.plr

ed by ndvuiu
but he Rill retained the filcnd-
:ihips to the end. His passing was
the source of deep regret to hit
iclative* and a wide circle of
friends.
He was married to a Miss Bur-
man of Grenada whu survives him
"ii it> whom along with lr only
sister Mrs. Ballou deepvM
extended.
for the CfKlrcUng the island. The trta frant of 30 a .-; ...
is 4.411 KL mile, and the popula- children pay each 6 ItM. You have that l^^X w,,lJ
This resolution U to provide tion nearlv u million and a half, which helps to pay Ihe tcuchei. tMUon to maintain.
funds to allow or the payment of Compare that with our 166 So. Enlightened Jamaicans spenk of rtiey praise also our agnrul-
the allowance. miles and population of around ,h0 nocd ror tundmi. mon "" ' Jamaica you travel tor
j.u> DQO iiioiic elementary schools. miles without seeing growing
*.. the heart of Kingston, near crup*: thousands of acres of land
You can see therefore that there ihe P....'de one night 1 asked a aro uncultivated. We are ftuOor-
musl bo a lot of children in Ju- polireman what was a certain ing from a rice shortage: much ffjf, Clowrrsfrr, which arrived
maica and that providing educi. buildinn; he replied that It was could be produced in the swamp- rn>m Australia over 'In- wi-eketui,
tion for them must be a more a school but he did not know the lands of Jamaica alone. The gov- .i.nd for Nassau on Mutuhi^ aftta
diirlcult_problem than with us. name. This mentality I felt was err.or has appointed a Corpora- euioadlng a quantity of cargo
conditions. HOD to go Into this matter. Tl,e vessel l* eonalmed to Messrs.
Th. 1.,., 1 Aaaaaahlr r-ffrr-
4r at
Mr. Aim laid Ulr rcpoil af
a* i*. ...;.i 1..." Hank ar lha
1*ML U Mar 1. 13I.
Mr. Ataai at a
a*Hiaiian r >r lb*
'.!">.-- Ol salarla* t
1 lha
l*a*r brant il af ih n

Mr v.i.:. alaa n r.
a kuliUai ' SLUM tar
ita i- i ,,-.*,
aik *f
IB" ommonwtallh r.rll.m.ni...
th-.. ni tallaai M UUl

.1.. PMaM ftWaaf
llaa far
.-.,1,,., tt u>r rnllir
til la>lall.Ovn< al Ibr llarbadai
Mui
Mr. Adam af a
Bill 1* am nd lha Midi. and
Orphan* Pr liar. AM. I*!* illfj.
II,,. ii lain raM a fl.i
fas
Mr. F. ft. Millar labUd
Uar. rusMtl I. lha mm .(
Th. Hau a adlaard Bill
1 al 4H p.m.
"Gloucester"
Stcils For Nassau
with
Still difficulties of the sort have
ult of
hool conditions non io go into this matter. ,, ,,.',] ,, ,,",, ,
been overcome in countries larger With so many children in the But persons with a knowledge i > i<_'osi* & Co 1 tl
than Jamaica so II shocked m-> to class the child does not learn to of Public Health were pu*7led to c.,_ in,iBM chutney 4
read nt the beginning of the well. You must think too of Um -Ml l UaM we could be to ad ,,| vegetable^ sweei'
in Agriculture and clu- .;.'puddings, and p]
and be to backwards a ,no nuenulion:.! Tndtllg Cor-
I will be lector- ,,.,,, LM ,. ,.,(. mL.
- I ustd "
ust think too of Um ri
school year that many children many who get no learning at all. van<
had been turned back from ele- These arc a danger lo the com- catk
mentary selioolt In Kingston, the munity: an unlettered person i
apltal of the Island, through little above nn .mimal. Ing yon later,
lack of space. That happens With You baVO U> be thankful for the baalth nibjeclt. lnspect"i I I
our secondary and first grade different tradition and outlook on also been axked to assist with
schools but not with elementary education in this island; for u sscturafl with the MohU I
schools. Imagine that you wanted government tducatlotMlly mind- in these ways It is hoped to awak-
to come to this school but could ed. Jamaicans found it hard to '"" Interest in heulth
not be admitted, that you were credit that two of our secondary ' Ir.f.mts die her.- in iii<>
denied the chance of any cduca- scho>>ls were merged and in.- fae. whole W.-i In,! i- \\
lion at all. But I was Informed n-dured Thev eJrpeeted the toss '" "oihfiur uliout that very dis-
bg
.
Questions Asked
About Natural Gas
thnt this was not extraordinary.
that in fact not hulf of the child-
ren in Kingston could hope to get
;m elementary education: nor of
course, was the sltuntlon better
in the country. This information
is borne out by official figures
huh ftbow that a very large
number of the population cannot
read or write.
The schools are so over-crowd-
ed I rag loi^ (hat very few
teachers have classes so small as
40 but many more. The MM Mm- ,,.,; ,h,: ,,, Ull. ,.
ister for Education was reported fOKiai paa flight to Haiti to
as expressing surprise it i).,> a'u, ,H, t(ie uinual HaW
l visiting ,i Cl,mpi ut the invitation
Haitian President am' "
..!.' diat tubon ulo
Jamcficcin
Scouts Fly
To Haiti
KINOSTON auk.
Thirty-three -I
tho books containing the'appi..--
taoos mado by D. V. Scott for per-
mission to store rum in the bond
from August to Seotcmber 1951.
Cross Examined
amtned by Mr. Barrow. .
Mr. F E. Miller. Junior Mem- rehool. 1 saw an example in the
received ber for St. George, at yesterday's parish of St. TJbomai w&oN I vis- h<.vSi-i>tits AssocialiMii
SSTli n m lh ChCaP" M^'nS ot the House of Assem- hod a school of 150 with one teach- ^"^^1^0110*^ d>
. .? .* *. - bly- tabled a question relative to f. This school was a shed about oi Haitian scouts to the Carib-
AVth^.,ta".r; King produced ,he prlcc 0, nalura, saB. 10' x 20- with posts for uprights ^a ""amboreV in JamaS earlier
The text of the question is at "oor of mud and tides partly en- lnls year
follows : w0^!? W"h bambo Tlw 'ormer -Apart from the goodwill ai-
ls government aware that Nat- building was destroyed by the p^ * the *Wt,M the Jamaica
ural Gas. a local heating agent, hurricane hut it did not appear to contingent leader said, "there are
which is distributed by the Nat- h** larger or markedly better in lnrr,. other alms of UM
ural Gas Corp., is sold at twice V"10' ",PI- I was impressed Firs- to arouse in lluitl pubUc m-
; the price of imjwrted fuel oil, **>' J^,hu""m of member of te.sl ln Kouts, tOCO
L B Jk i k^ i i lh, S ,d bv ***** on ual calorlnc valucs- " r^,^^LCr,!rllVM Wh". w;"' inspire the scouts of Halt, and
tion and there is also an export a duly for bottled rum, rendcied by the Barbados Gas
The rum should not be removed Co-. anf at the same tmie ie-
until it is requested bv the mer- siting ln a loss to public funds?
ehtnt concerned. The rum can lhe *-* to the above Is
only be taken out of th? Bond in "^e affirmative, will Govem-
l.auiH'hin^CHFIving
Heat l*n-l|M>i.-il
ISI.E OF WIGHT. England,
Aug. 19.
The launching of Britain's larg-
est all-metal flying boat was post-
polled on TucWay because of bad
weather. The 140 ton giant
ftsjoutl "l*rlncett" was run slowly out of
Hi hangar on a cradle before a
;.trong wind whipped the tea and
made conditions too dangerous
Every vantage point was packed
with leading aircraft designers.
Ministry of Supply officials, and
thousands of vacationists for the
i.iunrhlng ol the ten engine plane.
prunes, butter, beef tallfi
; ,ef tonjju. i I !"'( iill'l
S.h<>iur /. K, Kuiilein which
. .ii\l yesterday fn>m Dominica
1..ought 3BW bags of copra, 2,000
I.hMo cocoonuts und five bunche-.
iind n package of fresh fruit.
S\.S. BlHltOOP, winch brought I
quantity -f eoi o tn n Arattoi -
i.am, soiled on Monday for Nasstiu
tUlfl UM '-'- I'.l.ini" left for M
New Bningwktk
II
the
Hsui
when the merchant has asked ment WBS,e " Ume in having the
for permission. Pnce * Natural Gas adjusted.
He could not remember If Mr. ~------------------
MAUDE BILL TO
BE CONSIDERED
The Lcade*- u| '.lie I' (
Scott made an applieatii
respect of the 51 casks from tht
Bond. If such an application was
made, tiiere would have been
record and if such an application Aisombl}
was not made, that mm should formed members at the meeting'
be m the Bond. of the House yesterday that the
He could not say what had Government would like to deal'
happened to the rum. with the Maude Bill before the
At o/ie time he heard rumours end of the mouth, and the Fed-1
about rum being removed through eratlon Report, and the Foreign
the back doors and had had Exchange Bill soon. He said that-
F-eneral talks about the rumours members should take the oppor-
W',th_ Ar TitorPc- lunity to study these.
On October 2 he became aware The House has been adjourned
of ,i shor-.age of runv_____________until next Tuesday at 8 pjn.
TO-NIGHT
at 8.05
MR. OEOROE HUNTE
Wl again talk ovtr
lUdiffuslon on the .
robjact
THE IXDUSTRIKS
We HAVE
Ttaa topic will be an
' ELECTRICITY" as aa
Industry and should prov*
to be of irttt Interest to
the general public.
The "Princess" was lowered u>
the water on a special launching
winch "to wet her bottom" as ofj/l-
rlals put it, and then w winch-
id back on to land to await belter
raathtr. V.T.
. ha
PARISIANS IELEBRATI
THEIR LIBERATION
PARIS Aug. 19
[i larted on Tu
omnMri
liberatloo of v* > .
, troa Um l
tears af*)
,.. Ml D I
the first day of
I., >.| hi . eourtyard "f Um pop a
I ,>" || ofllclall. I
August 25, but it wai on August .
19, 1W4I that Ihe H-IV
wenl up throughout ttafl
ofl a revolt and ordertig
. lo "OXA-n the load '
SPECIFY

EVEHITE
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
AND
TIJflMLL
ASBESTOS
WOOD.
Haiti plaM to hold an All-
0 1954.
The Jamaica Scouts took with
than a message of goodwill fiom
the Governor. Sir Hugh Foot,
K.i'.M.G., to the Pre t
Haiti, and a 111m of ih.
Jamboree In Jamaica.
U.S. Dollar Down
MONTREAL Aug. 19.
The United States dollar Mon-
d at a discount of four
per cent. In terms of CanadUn
fund* unchanged from Friday's
ii took 96 tent*.
10 bis) >1 Americnn. The
is I2.67J up
Kridny.
In New Y./ik the Canadian dol-
lar was unchanged at a premium
if 4 5/32 pei cent in terms of
United Statet funds In closing' for-
ii:n exchange dealings Monday.
The pound sterling was up 1/16 of
a rent at $2.78 9/16. <\P.
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MANGO CHUTNEY 72c., 60c. & 48c. per bolllc
PEPPERS u ............................................ 30c. per bottle
PEPPER SAUCE............................ 40c. & 20c. per bottle
SALTED PEANUTS.............................. 84c. per bottle
HONEY 0 ................... 44c. per bottle
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a
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In Flowered Designs and
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TOWELLING BATH ROBES
in Checked and Striped
Patterns
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HARRISON'S Broads,.
Il lll\ A IMM. 4 HOW
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AT
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PAfit SIX'
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDN t:si>A. AlCL'ST W 1
$6,000 Passed for Overhauling Lighting System ai Hospital
^^^M^-^SSS^ House Pass $2,880.Fo, MQueMm. ^^ For
Salaries Commission On .4 Variety
THE Ho-uat of Assembly yesterday ultci.iuon passed a
resolution lor $6,000 tor the Kenoral overhauling of the en-
ure eiectricai installations, both power and lighting, at the
Barbados fJcneral Hospital.
l>r. II. ti. ( iimmiiis (Ll who took charge of the resolu
lion tokt (he House that the electrical installations at tin
llcuamal had been inspected by the Emtage Electrical Cc
and the Acting Government Electrical Inspector and cer-
e made to hove the entire
Swiss Churche*
lain recommendation* Wi
svstem overhauled.
He Mid Uibi ihe Director i
Medical Services with the unan
tnoui concurrence of the Ilospit I
Hoard had supported the abov
r.vonustei id aliens.
In view "of" the danger lnvolvi
it was felt that the woik shou '
he undertaken as quicklv
possible. It was considered th
there was an urgent neeu for V
work so be carried out and sup
plernentary provision was accoi-
mgly requested for It to be dm
during the current financial yi
He therefore moved the passji
of the resolution
Carelessness
Mr. W. A. Crawferd (C> aa
that it Irajaaml to him am U that
had been some carclesanei* son<
there that an important matt
like that was led uni.tlei.dni '
.loped that In ilmilar inatltutmr
- similar, stale of affairs would n
oe allowed to Uke place
Ha said that h? did not prop'
to refer In a general way to ti
unsatisfactory condition:, exlsti.
at the hospital. rut he wanted
let the authorities know that the.
war* one or two things at ti
Hospital which also required son.
urgent attention.
A number of complaints I.
been made with legard to the h
adequate ftccommoJatlori etc
it was to be hoped that th<
mpUml were not falling >
deaf ears and that m the ve:
near Mure appreprinte
would bo taken to itnpruv. '
congUtsogu
vThat be wanted t<> draw atteu
lion to was .the inadequate accor.i -
modatlon t 4he laundry and the.
kitchen. A la ice number of peopl>
happened to'be employed in the
places, bot-uudcr most unsatisfac-
tory coodWOh . The amount '
work done ther.- had ccmpleui\
utgrowu the size of the p
allocated to It and that work wj
dune under very distressing <- -
dltloni. He was sura that bett- i
.< r rang emeu u could be made
the Institution for carrying o .
that work
Storing of Food
Mr. Crawford also said U>
the provision made for the >.U >
lag of food at the InsUtutl
waa totally Inadequate and s
seated that steps shoald
taken to have rxtra irromn
ditlon provided. He hoped tha1
sense attention would be pa' |
to have the situation remedi
Mr. B. D. MOTTLLY that no one In th- Hosv eoi-1
Attempt to disease errry po-
of the Hospital unless he . i '
abont three months in which .
do It It was true that in a SBal
ser ef ench Importance wht i
there w.t a question of a To>
for money, members would I.
allowed ome Istllude to disci!
the mttter.
He said that It was alwi
heartening to see a Resolution I
fore the House for Unprovi m
of the Hospital. The nddendum 1
tho Resolution pointed out that i i
view of the danger involved, l
i patient at the Ho
id ml tied
pital.
"All is not wall at the Hotpital
he said and added that it was not
his own personal feeling. I'ut .1
leellng which was expressed an
many people all over the island.
Firat things must be dealt witn
tint and if anything should takv
priority. It should be the HospiUi.
it should even take precedence
over the Increase of salaries lo-
Civil Servants whether he be the
Colonial Secretary or I
of the subordinate staff.
He understood that plans had
been recommended to the Qov- t*1
ernment. not for carrying the
Hospital to Waisrford. but fo
mnking a general tmprovenv"
Adore Uiere could be BO or SO be- 1
"Spending Spree"
In a community Itn inn. met
beil were attacked by their co;
- of some -spending sprr-
ind they had to bow their he* 1
in shame and to think that recor -
mendationt had been made f 1
the improvement of the Hospil d
and yet nothing had been done.
II. hoped that the next maj( r
Resolution to coma before B e
House would be for a scheme 10
. improve the General Hospil .1
lure people could be given (* -
i treatment
THE HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY yesterday uas-seU
Mtxilutum foi $2,880 to cm the expenses of a Salarie.
Commission. 195*. Thin Commission will make recom-
mendutions conccrnmn th. salaries of Civil Servants other
than Administrative hears. Professional and Technical
Officers.
Trie Commissioner wil. be Sir Errol Dos Santos, forme:
Colonial Secretary of Trin dd, who has been throuph th*
ranks of the service. Tho Leader of ihe House, Mr G. H.
Adams said that the reco nmendations were expected to
be ready by November.
ZURICH, Swiiscrlaud, Aug IS
The Association of Swiss avran-
LONDON ^clical Churchc* has adopted a
1. A new -curse record of GS resolution calling for the introdu-
was set up during ihe Open Golf non of a "Motorless Sunday" eacl.
Championihlp at Royal Lytham a month at its recent annual Con-
Si. Annes. who waa the golfer? gross held here. The resolution
. proposed (hst on one .Sunday ir
2 in the last year Miss Man- each month all motor vehlcTr
reen Connelly of the United Stat- traffic should be forbidden with '
las won three national lawn ten- the exception of emergency ser-
ils title Can you name the COUii- > vices,
'ries? C.P.
fhe Addendum to the Resold under the Chairmsnshlp of a Gov-
ernment Official, the Colonial Sac
Smart
and ^
Healthy v
Hair
tion reads :
In accordance with a Goveri
ment statement at the tune
the implementation of the recou -
mendations of the Commitu 1
appointed to examine the estat -
listunent of Administrative, Pi-
nu^niher ieasional and Ti-chrucal OffVceri t
Is proponed to appoint a asJarW
Commissioner with the followli
'eference : -
I. One member _.
team which played India In the
rctary. In addition to that, there third Test at Old Ttafford was
was also the Financial Secretar-. making his Test debut Can vou i
unother Government Official. say who""
Mr. Adanw said that the Hon-
ourable Member was absolutely * The 1952 Derby and Eclipse
out of order in then saying tlu.t J1"** we won by the Aga
the Turner C >mmlttee should *"",s Tulyar The last time thi-
nevcr have been constituted
(a) To review and to make re- the pr
lendauons regardant appom
tlic remuneraUon of
Government servantF
Barbados excluding tho?
covered by the Turin
Committee Report, excej
where it Is considers
anomalies still exist *
would be created by tl
recommendations to
made, with special refe
snee to the followin
points:
Mr. CrawferS said that
in no way criticising the
revlous Committee,
tment
he srsj
,vork nor th-
el
pointing out the dlfTei ?nce of th>'
two If he could net do that, thev
might as well havr .1 dictatorship.
Because of this difference in
the two Commissions, they could
expect u fundamental different
in the findings
He was not "foi one moment
suggesting that the presence ot
the Colonial Saci?tary or thi
Financial 3ecret;-i v guarantee-
louble
1939 What
horse?
5. In the present century only
one golfer apart from Bobby
Locke 'ha* won the Open golf
champions three times In four
years. What Is his name?
6. Which cricketer has made
most centuries In one season of
itrst-clsuas cricket?
T. A member of the British
women s team who competed in
her third Olympic Games. In
I9SS and again in 1948 she was
runner-up In the high lump.
What is her name?
What is the Olympic 1.600
Mr. A. K. S. Lewis (LI er.^jlr. 1
lioin the member for St Thorn* i
in charge of the Hosoiutlon wheth-
er the standby Dlant at ttii Ri
pilal was known to be in good
working order, because there hu<*
been frequent break downs at the
Rlertric Company. He thought it
STM lime (or them to know
Ahelber the generator was rseelv-
Dd nV .dtrntlon of the Qovern
ment Electrical li-spector so th.it
t could be used in a case .1
.mergency.
New Hospital
Mr. V. B- Vaufcan il) said th il
lie hud visited the Hospital quiu>
recently with his colleague and
the impression he brougnt away
area that the colony needed an en-
tirely new Hospital. There we.''
many things wrung with it anu
"piece mealing" here and the-*
'.vuuld eventually cost the coloi v
a lot more money than if they h> I
*tt out to build a new instltutlo 1.___
Colonial Development and We ,ne eoitl 0fthe Salaries Comm.
(I) the extent, if any,
which the present co
of living allow an"
should be regarded
permanent and be i>
corporated in basic u>
alias, or as temporal
and related to the ra
of living index;
(U) the geosxal standarc
of remuneration an
superannuation pa?
ments in the Colon .
outside the Civil Se
vice;
Ta enquire into and rep"
on any matters incidental 1 1
the foregLiug WsslSli
appear relevant to ihe
gun,, and to DbIBS
mendations as to any conn
queutial a Ing therefrom.
h- 1 To complete the mquiry 1
the 30th November. 1052
Purpose of Resolution
2. The purpose of this Resoli -
Uon Is to provide funds to cov<.
the best possible reatment. but 'ne_tre recotti and who is it held
waa only saying tl at if only fo' "Vj
nppearances sake, they should In- *;, c FuUr *" "Ptain of one
elude one or two ot the member ^ctl" of the British Olympic
of the other brai'chea of the Ser- ^meit*am- Can vou "V which
vice Into the Committee
Imagine the Honourable mem-
ber agreeing to :. Comrnissionci
from Trinidad' Nothing gon could come out of Trinidad, tha
member had said There was th<
iild. by hi
worst place, not only in the Wi-
Indies, but the VV01
showing.
C.S.As Opinion
Mr. 81. O. Mspp (L, said th.
whatever they might Ualnk,
should not be p-ejudiced again
sectli
10. Who |a the British hard
uurt tennis champion?
11. What world record is held
by J. Ljunggren of Sweden?
12. When did Britain last win
the Wight mm 1 Cup'
IS Which was the last horse
io win the Grand National in sue-
1 i-salve years?
14. Joey Maxim, work! cruiser-
weight champion is older thnn Bav
Robinson middleweight champion.
Right or wrong?
V International footballers of
Asthma
Loosener!
the Commission". He- would, ho v. uVe different countries arc on the
over, like to know if the Civil boohs of an English ftrsl division
; the lull and who
Hob Which
are the playe:
10. Which cluh fllntshed run-
ners-up to Mnnchester United In
the Football League championship
last season''
Which member of the In-
1 dian touilnn team was the Aral to
complete his 1.000 runs this ses-
sion on the following basis:
(1) Tee to Salaries
Commissioner .. $1,4'
(3) Subsistence Allow-
ance45 days <&
884.00 per diem 1.0
fj) Passage Expenses
and Incidental! 3>
faie had offered the Govemme
a sum of money to erect a Ho* -
pital as they realised that tl e
present one was totally inadequa'.-
for the colony It had to serve, but
nothing had been done.
He -..id that he was appalled nt
the Slag of the kitchen, the site of
the pantry as well as that of the
laundry at the Hospital. Those
ai range-menu; Wf" most lnade-
uuate. Even in some private
homes, the pantries were much
larger than that at the Ho-pital.
He felt that the money which chamber for the" approval of
had been voted^for the erection R0|Utlon regarding salaries
Administrative. Professional
Service Association's opinion had
been sought concerninK the ap
point meet.
Mr. Adasss aaid that It would b
preposterous to go about askui-
the various parisne* whether the.
were satisfied with the appoint-
ment of a Chief Justice,
the same way it stemed silly to g. _.
aoklng "A", "B" and "C" of th son?
Service whether they agreed wit 1 18. What Is the lowest aggre-
the appointment. gate score recorded in the 72-hole
It was the policy of Government. Open nolf championship?
however, to submit legislation fo 19. Who captained the English
the Inspection of various ossocie- 'occer team in their recent match-
tlons It would affect and ask tho
how they felt on certain pun.'
about It; for instance, the Ten
ere* Association ur ihe
Servers, esc.
Total
82,8*0
. ritiiism
Senior Member
Mr. Adams said that as
promised the House when
Government approached t h
of 1 new Fire Station could ha
been spent on tho Hospital.
The honourable member 1
charge of the Resolution was
dical man who should ha\
Technical Officers the Govern-
ment endeavoured from that very
r.gagc the service cf
someone acquainted with cond'- f5roc,
1 ^JSSL* &rSS -in.^'oVa.n.dernjnstJtutl,. %?% ^^H^Mm^J^ %**
as quicMy as possible. Eveo und >hould n0| to satisfied -
that at a Hosp:tal, If
electrical equipment was not
to date, it might hamper
Patents, at that Institution w1
weee attending It for treatment
Criticisms
I have the great*-
a- MwlfVaf of Hei.h
ihe 1 ' charge of it
Rosolutlon md incidentally, tl
Chain v Com- passed.
mittea tl i ird, no
I could it thi temptation
offer criticisms when you 1 mi
L" Mr. Men -
: point of]
I '
1 im on bih ilf -1
the suffering people o! th colon .
they '"ere dol.-.j whit he ai J
very other member of the llou ;
;ered a riglt: thing
i that ha bad Uni t- >
of the Uci of the
Hospital within 1 rew ye- -
be lu>d t >en ti"i "II
and Inspect 1
.
there were to<
that inatitutl
'
that he vou- have welcome l
Resolution f;" extending ot pi '
vidlng In - mnnncr, a 111
... rnn...>d..tlon at the
"ti tut ion. He understood that lh r*
were plant subf) -
immediate uTJpTOVaaSssnl
r.ospltai and <>nc wondered r
vas the delay.
Health First
If there was anything in
.olony to take priority 01 |
Ahat outlook mi^nt he. it must
health and Uw first priority 1
he the hospital. It was dlffi.
for those who had nan
: <-en burnt to appreciate what
u.,ippening. It was sad to thinl
)0J people who *ere waiting t.
'.mltted as patients at the 11
pital. Ha Quoted an lust
where a woman had U
.leven months before she coul
.esponsible member of the Gov-
; ernment with the Hospital as .
was at the moment.
J He felt that Government in-
stead of bringing down patch wcrk
Resolutioiu tor a tew WOf
lid hnng dov n a Resolu11 m
seeking provision for the erection
'' a new Hospital.
The Resolution was eventually
10 \ustralia Buys Copy
Ot AlugiiU Carta
liKHA, Aug.
CAW
, .itary Speaker A. u.
L'Stneron announced on Tuesday
mat one of the 14 copies ol the
M-gna Carta known to exil baa
been purchased by the Austran 1 they
anal Library. The sel er mr
g v.aie not disclosed.
Xns Maggal Carta tGreat Cb Hal
ided as the backbon
i modern dsmocratu
It was Rranted by Kin
"t j.'iui c' England lo hU barons In ith sucn
i 1815. The key chapter is that believed he
itssi "To no one will w>
soil refuse, or delay right "
-fJ.F.
ably a Civil Servant or Ex-Cl
Servant.
They hd found some difficult
la getting the services of two 01
three persons whose names wet -
uggested, and who seemed to 1
.mlnently suited, from their ex-
perience In tha Wea Indies - some cases in the West Indies on 1
elsewhereto accept the post > i
Commissioner.
Sir Krrol's Career
Finally the Government hod
neen able to secure the servicis
of the Ex-Colonial Secretary 11
Trinidad, Sir Errol Dae Sant>
There was no other Wait Indi n
as far as he could remin I
had gone through the service from
tha humblest beginning until be
reached the hightst a..st.
He believed the House would
ngree with him when he said that
they were fortunate in ncquirirz
his services. Sir Errol Dos Sant*:.
waa In the United Kingdom then
iuld bS here shortly. All
.the preliminary work necessar.
was being dona and when Sir
Errol arrived, he would be,
Philip had not criticised the ap- ",
pointment of Commissioner
Adams, and there was no reason
for him to criticise In this case
That member was only speakim.
for the sake of saying something
He had never accused the Trini-
dad Government of corrupti
even of inefficiency. It was uttei*.
for the Honourabl.
to stand on the fl
the House and accuse him of
ta Iking in that way about a friend -
ly Government. Apart from h'i
v.ews on the progressive force,
the Government was. he should
say, efficient,
Mr. Crawford said that th.-
comparison of Commlssioni.
Adams and Commissioner
against Italy, Austria
Switzerland?
20. When did women compete
.n the Olympic Games for the first
lime?
Answers.'
Fred Daly, Balmoral.
United States, England. Ire-
Tony Lock
4. Blue Peter.
5. James Braid
and 1908. ,
6. Denis Compton,
7. Dorothy Tyler.
3 mln. 45 2
Joseph Barthel, Luxembourg.
9. British Olympic soccer teai
10. "
11.
12.
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There's always a clean hygienic
frsgrance in every room where
thai S-M-O-O-T-H Paste
cleanser is used. Pots, Pans,
and 11 lea,Sinks, and Paint work
respond quickly to its treat-
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LB 8 TrnTHTr*'1*! Of Chemico.
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-
Santos was not applicable. Com- Mllburn
mlsslonc" Adsnut went into t^
.hole Servce, while Commlssiu..
er Dos Santos was only g >ing in
to a section.
Thi- Resolution was passed.
Truman Honour*
King Feisal
WASHINGTON. Aug.
"nin on has awardr 1
of Merit to King Felsal II oi
j for I"'

between his eouiiSy "d <"
United SUtes, the State Depon-
nent annotuu-etl on Tueaday.
mad- tne ri
t a White House lunche-n 1
Mtnrday, '-nit the enMtnoainc it
. I up wlule the Iraquian
toversui'.ent was being
uld finish the wor
the and of November en 1
[I'lerefure they were incorporating
1,at in the Terms of Reference.
His expenses were based on th,
ti rms of Commissioner Aden.:
ho made the original Adan
sport.
Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) n >
Mat It was apparent that tru-
ss a fundamental difference be*
.cen the appolnlment of thi
1 oinmission to enquire Into the
Inn-"- of the Admlnlstrativi
; -ofessionsl and Technical Offt.
irS ..'i the one appointed to an-
iiulrc into the working condltli 1.
r tha remainder of the sarvic
Othor Committee)
When there had been com
1 lainU with regard to the sai-
; ies of the top 1 anklng officers
l -al committee was nppointr>
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STRANDED TRAINS
REACH SAFETY
LLANDBRIS, Wales, Aug. 12
Two trains with 120 hoUda>
makers aboard reached sefel,
enrly on Tuesday after being
-trended by a plane crash that
nlocked the track's 3500 feet up
Mount Snowdon. The pi
RAf cargo craft, crashed onto tho
ailway Ti
SctlSMSli Sir Errol Monday kil-ng aU three ot R


WEDNESDAY, \ I Cist 20. iS2
H AIIBAIHIS \|i\im \ n
PACE
SERGEANT RUNS A 'CITY' v&tou
He puts democracy first
for caravan citizens
The ail-American citizens or Sabre City say It Is the
most demoLiatlc city Id the world. It elects a BUU >r
and a city council which meet twice a month Every
month there is a public meeting of all citizens, at which
grievances may be aired.
The nuusewivce nave n
council of Uielr own and Uiey
meet to discuss surn matters
as laundry arrangements, th*
price of fruit and vegetables
and children's road safety
drill
But Satire City U not In
any or the 48 states.
It is near SUntun. Norfolk.
It is composed entirely of
caravan* and It nouses scores
or American airmen
stationed at Shepherd'
Orove.
The caravans are painted
all colours For acres round
stretch sites whicn will oe
occupied by more caravans
as more airmen's families
arrive.
Mayor of Sabre City is
Czech Farmers
Jailed For
Sabotage
VIENNA. Aug. IB.
A Czech newspaper reported 00
Tuesday that ten Chechoslovaki-
an farmers had been sentenced
to prison terms of Up to ten years
for sabotage and subversion. Tie
official army newspaper "Obrana
Lidu" said that Josef Mastnv
"Kulak" in the Pilscn region, his
Wife, and three sons were con-
victed for failure to deliver bee(.
milk, and pork quotas. They
drew sentences of from three to
ten years In jail, and all their
property wa^ confiscated.
The newspapers "Lud" and
"Pravda" said that live men were
Jailed for "sabotaging supply by
falling to deliver their quota:.
One of the defendants drew an
exlra penalty for "ostentatiously
and provocatively coughing" when
a priest read a message from the
Communist World Peace Coun-
cil." Besides jail term* they were
forbidden ever to live in the
Bratislava region again and thnr
properly was confiscated. U.P.
Uranium Rush
In Australia
SYDNEY. Aug. 19
Hundreds of young men, re-
tired prospectors, and even wo-
men were leaving Sydney's hustle
and bustle on Tuesday to parti-
cipate in the search for uranium
in the vast and lonely Northern
Territory. Many people were
forming syndicates and pooling
resources in order to search ta
territory. Sydney stores selling
gelger counters were reported
OOld out. Many New South Wales
farmers are buying gadgets t
march their properties for signs
of uranium.
With uranium likely to become
one of Australia** top dollar earn-
ing exports under the new deal
by which the nation is tied up
with the United Stales Atomic
Energy Commission, everybody
seems to want to cash in on the
boom- An official of the New
South Wales State Mines Depart-
ment said. "Everybody has gone
uranium happy. They are driv-
ing us mad with questions. Hun-
dreds of people told us that they
re deserting Sydney to take up
uranium prospecting in Northern
Territory."V. P.
Legiess, Armless
Soldier Hurries
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10.
Robert L. Smith. 22 tne ftral
juadruplet amputee of the Korean
war began his honeymoon witn
his seven teen-year-old bride
whom he met while detained in
ID army hospital.
Siiuifi, former army private,
M'ho lost both his hands and legs
was married last night in a tiny
Ki>rt Lincoln cemetery chapel
here to Barbara Borm.
For Smith, marriage fulfilled
.in ambition he dreamed of
month.-, ago as he lay in the army
hospital. He told newsmen that
"some day I would like to
walk like any man down the
middle alsls and pledge vow;
to the girl 1 km
After the ceremonies. Smith
drove his bride off on a wedding
(rip in his own specially equipped
car. He laughingly declined to tell
newsmen where they were gomi;
OQ their honeymoon.
Smith was wounded in one
arm during fighting around Chang
Jin reservoir In Korea November
1910. He suffered a severe ca>e
of frostbite that necessitated the
amputation of both hands at
wrists and both legs below th"
knee now he has hooks clam pel
onto the stumps of his arms and
gets about with a special limb and
crutches.
While Smith was rccuperatinc
in hospital Miss Borm visited the
patient* and the two fell in love.
Smith draws a monthly pension
of $360 from the veterans' Ad-
ministration. In addition, people
throughout the United States sent
him contributions totalling about
$120,000 which has been placed
in a trust fund.
When Smith was discharged
from hospital July 4. U.S. Gov-
ernment presented him with a
specially equipped automobile.
When he decides to build a home
Smith also will be eligible for
$10,000 in Government assistance
te build a special house. _.tjj.
Mamer-agl William U Henl-u
Mii'nr or sabre (in. nauae* for
a IBM with tlrmni t*t ('lax
Charles A. Gonduaaler ar.d hi*
wire i.ion. Hi. <.....i|..-i. r*
,ome from Oklahoma.
Master-Sergeant William O.
Ben bow. age SO Tram Gi..be
Arisona A tighter allot
during the war tie is now in
the airfield administration
branch
Fr^uenllv >h- .-*./.- >-
Iru<|i Agricultural
Students To S|m-ikI
PartOTTimt In U.S.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.
Reliable United) Stales sources
said on Tuesday that an agree-
ment is expected to be signed
shortly between the Irau.1 govern-
ment and the Technical Co-oper-
ation Administration of the State
Department for students of the
College of Agriculture near Bagn-
dad to spend part of their train-
ing at the College of Agriculture
of the University of Arizona.
They said that the ..grvenwnt
would be signed shortly between
TYCA Admuil***atus" Stanley
Andrews and a representative of
the Iraqi government.
Delivs Hydri. Director of the
Iraqi Department of Agriculture,
who is at present visiting agri-
cultural colleges In the DB bad
States, has helped, he said, to
bring this agreement to virtual
completion. He rxplalncd that
the College of Agriculture of the
University of Arizona was chosen
because Arizona's agricultural
problems, especially those of ir-
rigation, most closely resemble
those of Iran.. He said that stu-
dents of Iraq's College of Agri-
culture, which wus recently in-
augurated on a 8,000 acre site
near Baghdad, will be given the
task of converting Iraq within the
next ten years into a food gran-
ary, recalling the time of classi-
cal Babylon when Iraq supplied
much grain to the Near East.
v.r.
If "Bill" to everyonewalks
round the caravan city for an
interchange of news and
views
The mayors wife and their
three children occupy s
.1 iju.i- deckel earjvjTi in jtw
o! the "suburbs Said the
mayor sergeant: Wr -i*..-
organised owaeltai on o *
town lines in tact there u
ni nota dem icrattc city in
the world than Baafi DJ
Feisal Touts
Ford Plant
DETROIT Aug IB.
King Feisal II of Iraq arose
'.ii h i' Tin-.1.1, (tor .i loni of
Ford's Giant River Rouge Plant
and the Greenfield Village Mus-
eum. Later he will attend a re-
ception gfrtn by local Iraqul.
The young monarch was greeted
by 1,000 Detroit Iraqul 00 Mon-
day night when he arrive,! by
plane from Washington. The
crowd shouted: 'Yash Jail lathyc'!
Arabic for Long live Rig M.i-
jt\st\" when ihe smiling t7-y*sa
old monarch landed.
In a brief ceremony he was
greeted by Thomas Hakim, Jack
Pajor. and Joseph Acho repre-
senting the IraquiHn American
Society of Detroit. Hakim's nvc-
> ear-old grand daughter Patricia
presented Feisal with a bouquet
of white roses. With the King,
were his uncle Regent Abdul
Allah and Abdullah Becker. Min-
ister of Iraq. They went bv
limousine t.. Dearborn Inn to
spend fhc night. I'.p.
From Drought
B IIAKKV l\ 1KVM/
WASHINGTON. Aug. 19
Damage to cm,
S
thus f#r at about $l.2S0.WH1.0l>.
is offset in Canada by good grow-
ing wettner for gi-im.
expectation "f an all time record
wheat crop. Large wheat crops
in both the United Stales and
Canada will reduce th<- i
atom of the United States drought
on the Internal
In Mexico no extraordinary
dr ught situation has been re-
ported, but there has been the
usual ilryness in Laguana. Tho
*trought situation In Texas and
Oklah.i..! is getting worse, and
the Mexican areas in the Km
Grande legion n,u> be affected.
The Mexican cotton crop for
r la estimated ut 225,000
than the 1,150.000 bales
production of last year, partly
because of dryness in the plant-
ing period, but also to credit re-
stricUons
Drought in the United Slates
hit the southern section hardest.
and the New England coastal
areas with maize and cotton were
I l> affected. These are
not the major areas of wheat
production. Rain occune.i in
many formerly dry areas during
the past two weeks, and official
concern ut shifting to the situa-
tion in Texas and the great
plains states.
Precipitation in Texas during
the pasl 15 weeks has been from
four to eight inches below normal
at various points, and tbact QM
been much deterioration of rot-
ton In that state. Due ehtaAj to
the drought, the cotton Ogen fur
the United States was forecast on
August 11 at about 400.000 bales
less than the 1951 crop.V.r.
Jamaica Public
Sorvic!.* Earnings
Higher
Dunn,; UM tw-
.'52 operating revenue*
!->. Limited (operating nio-
..diai> ..f Jamaica Pull.
United) amounted t,
an iner<\i%e of 95.482 over 009.511
shown for the pCtCfes
months. Operating raven
thins were I.
C45A.066 and retirement leservi
accruals increased to 55.4 It; frou
140.834. \ g| 148,99:
was up from 121,851 A
| subsidiary's i
dividend ii\jinremei,L- and ''x-
penses and taxea of i>
company, the balance |
to the common Shan* .
lublic Service UnM,
from Sterling Ut Caruuli..
at the rate of $2,74 to the ..s
$254,252. or $1.88 a share, for the
latest period. In the twelve month.-
ended May 31, 1951 when Ster-
ling \v.,s converted to t\m.i.i..ii-
dollars at the rate of $2.99 to the
the comparable balance was
$203,908. or $1 51 per share com-
mon stock of the parent company
Useful Information
For Egyptian
Agriculture
STATE COLLEGE. Pennsylvania.
Aug. 19.
A Hours1, the Egyptian dele-
Dta (o the Sixth International
i here -aid ... Tuesday
that the World Assembly was pro-
vidii
Oil Sought In
Cayman Islands
JAMAICA, Aug. 12.
Exploration now being carried
out in Jamaica aimed at locating
possible petroleum deposits. ;itf
reaching out to the dependencies
of the island.
Explorers have applied for
permission to seek oil in the Cay
man Islands and the Turks and
Caieos Islands, two dependencies
of Jamaica.
Israel Will Appeal
To U.N. About
Syrian Statement
TEL A VIV, Aug. 19.
It was learned that l
declared to appeal to the United
Nations about Syria's "strong
man" Colonel Adeeb Shishakly's
recent statement that there was
no room for Jews in the Middle
East.
Informed sources said the
Israeli foreign oftlce will instruct
its permanent delegate to the
United Nations to protest to the
security council about Shishakly's
Statement. They said the Smi.:i
attack will bring the foreign oftlce
demand for meeting ol Ur!
Syrian mixed armistice
They added that the foreign
office will also draw the attention
of the United Nations truce super-
visor Major General William
Hilev to the "violation of the
armistice agreement which for-
bids the use of threats." U.P.
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
S-hoomr Slav OliVr. School < | lL, .
fehoontr L*ud*tph-. Vhoonn l.j
MfMj D. W.IUc. Schoon-, |t..i.p II
^f r*^0"" ^. Srhoonr
BMSMSrlM S Schoo..^ Ro,.,. fcho...,.
^?^' '*^on' MsMon H--11.- Wullr.
gS,u Her L^u ""V1 Moi*v"*"
ARUVAU
Schoon.. W I. Eunwla. M !-,.. C J i r Okitrn AunrlflUwt
itaT""!^""^ 'i. ,on* c"pt
Sklw.Ur taLt AMrlk. A"l"
nrj-Aiin agg
S S niMkoop to Tllnidnd, | Gtou-
MNST irum Niu.au nut V^lhaU lor
John. N> Brunawich
Sea well
arrivai.h nr n w i a
ON MOSDAT
!' liltOSaS.
r llt.hop. 0 l.tin. M nB|lo B II
SccHl. A Srati, Q Scon. 9 Bnrtl, B
Woo*. B SiiiK'> C Rinjh. p Singh, R
broarao. H Bamaioo. W niWn. ii
llii.-rn- |) K gSSSSS, HDdriSUn. T Broti f s. .,.
ON MO MIA V
' I r-,. I-....... hi..
Jtvm Oroivenor. ('Upton Grant. IJd-
"y Harood. knowle.. VniiaI M J MrDonald Hmilhlotdr. Mar Sfmow.
iing
EgypUai
to atteu
of the
that h.-
terested
inf.irniatinn valuable ti
i agriculture. Preparing
1 the second day's sessions
ek-loug Congress he said
had been particularly lo-
in the displays of port-
able "prinkler irrigation systems
Moursi. who is Agricultural
Attache to the Egyptian Embassy
in Washington, said that the port-
able sprinkler systems are valu-
able m Egyptian areas where
water Mipphes nre limited.
He concentrated also on discus-
sions of pasture development in
Minl-rind areas. He said that
graaaa agricultural :.i.nt it.
m lai .(.Ivanced in fields of plant
breeding, insect control, plant
physiology, and land management.
Th> an eager to enlorge tti'ir
knowledge of pasture Irlgatlon he
added, because "we depend large-
ly on BrtlAclal Irrigation, not
rnln. for raising crops and
205 More African
AsioMfid Tueailst)
l-OKT EUZABETH, Aug. It,
The se.' i renewed
passive resutauce c a in [> i g 'i
against South African segregation
l. \s lx>re fruil here Monday with
205 Africans being arrested fthortf
Iv after midnight.
The rAinjgajan vrant Into htgta
II hour with will or-
gaolMd groui t kelatln i
segregation law'-. regulations.
Petal \ amat lidded l.i .il i'" '
toUowtag slmiiai outbn tk I il
u.dav brouatit Uu '-"i.'i In ''"''
BnUbeth to 3oi. c.r.
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say 'NO' to
All These Questions?
*> jou m(lf Irom
ACKATHFT
RHKl'MtTlSMT
aLBfi iriyw
MaDaCHTO
I (XSS Of ENERGY'
TOO rWQURMT
, URINATIONf
I II w ssst U "YES" I* ..i
Htilnni Ihm yau an lifcalf
la.Rr kalwrs. Di't W-y. *'
Tak* Oo4d'l Kidney PiUi ihr *"<
raaad>. For T half cnttu. m.ll-n. ol
. pranal i-l-l and pnwanaol l..H.( lltroo.h
ll.r u.f ol II... U<.. ki(l*, Pila ... sala mm - ' '->
al fill la lakr. Battlr -I'll pill. .' .
Dodd's Kidney Pills
and pns-
I p
Clear bmuuig is needed here
IN the early days of Con-
trap*. it was an u i icard ol
event i ;. a hand to i played
in a suit bid by an epp intnt,
laa thp latter had to be
treated w:tn resp?ri.
i Nowsdava free us? is made oi
fxpu:.
card su.Le and it mr.y wfll hap-
pen thai a p.svcr holds such
lengih and s:rengili in a sjit
named by the oupov-..on that he
feel* an a::emp: snonkl !>- made
to secure the contract In Uist
deni):n.na*.^n
These *uar:on are fraught
with anx'.etv. -nee another
modern dn.-.opmem is the
incretwed use ol cue bids in
nerr.v nilts *nj .oJifusion is
apt to be d -.i itfous, bui a review
of Ihe auction and a lltl e com-
mon sense should clarify the
nature ol
We*!, (or exaoptt owns One
by M. HARRISON-CRAY
toubthng .
?: k q J 8 o 3
0 A J
K 10 9
The one call he must ivoid II
Two Hearts 8ou:h may read it
a-- a lorcng-'-O-ganie cue lid and
carry th- bidding skv-higli m
8psde Jtor;h shou-d make h -
Intention clear *.:h s lump
ovenai; of Three Hearts, which
:* reasonablv safe under the
Rue ot Two and Thr*' even
ihoagri Wes: ha* bid One Heart
on son Ml '.nn
A 10 7 5 Knowing UW B
ind
rand with two or three treks in
MSB >"-
\ p ,-.,T H! " KB ':' UBl
ab* wish to p.ay in an
oppinen: suit if he b.d-% :. altei
nxk'ng a penaltv double ol thsi
nt instance : W- | Ons
i .') Northi One Hear* Ea.*'..
Olii" Sptde South ho.ds :
. A J 10 9 a
K 6
, K 8
Q J 10 7
Anv double is bu'lnesf once
mad i a eg
djuble ol One Spade wi:i
He taken ou'. BUI
M a good open-
ing >id if West stuMM become
and to warn North
i i Hearts If
the East-Wei-: s'.renglh seem*
,;m.ted. South can confirm Lhe
ol h-s hand b] Kun|
M.,.,,1- 1... I.,_ raws. OT
Aall|B.
an raiara. [i*ratd paaaajpi i, -i
1. i Jo* > Arthurtnn. Mn
Walhry. M.lt Alberl Walhe.. ktM
n Julius, M Samuel Mril.T Hi
John KUlKll, Mi awvnaUi n*u... M,
|..l Davl*,.
nrrABTI BBS -UBWIt


ON MUNPAT
f'.m Paarl* HI,.
Mr, Albert Orrsorirk, Mia A OiB-
Mteki Mra Plorone* OMMard. M.U
iTiuip Goddard. Mi.. Cw\ Gnddard.
Dr Edward Itoldrr. Mia* CraitU Milk.
Mr. Harold Mlilinfton. Miaa Harllynn
Cnabrol. Mr Rolwrl Crtchlow. BTValyn
Datirl. Mr> gll-^n Gom, MM Rii.
Ouinn. Mlaa Mar|arl Markham. M,
H.....I.I Smith. M !>..... Wililan..
lar lrl-i4aa
Mr. ColrrMlaW BUckali. John ahaph'rd.
Alan Sflktfakerd. Bulallr Walrnll. Itamona
A'lioroao. Locv MmU.i Phylll* II**!!,.
Fllr-n Joa-ra.. El*ln Saalr Klliabalh
l.li 0*>ti. V*rr MillM. Mar
! rta Kmhlalon. LucilU WiUlama. AMl
TlarkW, #9 Bralhw.lte. Maiaol I-U[
fldara. I*tla Millan. D^mali M.aiamn.r.i
Tatenca Warburlon
ON -i sim
lar Anina.
M-rsJi>-l ItaiahMiM: Grniviavr Gardi..
F, AH.- Hultm. Cavil II
r-* Huila CeelllB Hunlr
." K.A.F. Airmen
Killed In Crashes
IX>NIX)N. Aug. 10. 1
riVI HA.F. .iir.nen were kil|.,|
and iliree aircraft destroyed in
two crashes three hours and 20
minutes lupart. The llrst crash
was at Bdtison airfield Oxford-
ii !< .vhere three cadeta died
when their- twin englned alrcran
plouKhetl into the ground MM
n,mute after Uikei.II on . ii..unni-
Bight It exploded and disinte-
grated.
The second crash was at Stan-
hojie York-hire where two RaF
Meter Jet fighters also on a
ti.iming Might collided in thick
f OVfjff Stanhope town. Two
ci w members escaped, by para-
< I,ute from one plane. The pilot
and navigator of the other |et
were killed -IIP.
; I e>-rf -"n i art g
U.S. Econoinically
Sound For 6 Mjoifthrt
BOSTON, Aug. 19
Economist Itoger Babaon. who
forecast the 1929 st'Kk market
ciash. took a look at the United
States economy on Tuesday and
predicted continued prosperity
for at least another six month
Some day we will be in for
buit but It won't happen right
now" uld the 77-ycr-old former
professor and party Presidential
ci ndldate* in an Interview. "We'll
stay right where we are Got tbi
i ext six months or so".U.F.
S5fi*
Ml I'S I II l I ||.[
I OMrOKATION i.tn .
I .l.rldf* fclraat Dial :-h-
CASH
j OFFER
Father your family depends on you
GALVANISED CORRUGATED
SHEETS
24 GUAGE
6 feet Long SB M.32 per sheet
" .. @ tf-04 M
8 ,. 9 $S.7 .. ..
9 .... & *.
26 GUAGE:
8 feel Long @ $5.12 per sheet
GALVANISED NAILS @ 37c. Per tb
J*~ Shop Now and Save'.
BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD.
(The House For Bargains)
Ne. 16 Swan Street Phone ; 440*,, 2109 3534
Your health and strength mean 3
lot to your i.imiK. Sec thai y<>ur
diet is right and good. Take Cod
Liver Oil daily. SevenSeaS
Pure Cod Liver Oil in
Nature's hnctt food.
It n of particular MJM in
kttpilH Vtw. *inJ \"'.rfjittil\ fi
fromcoIJi anJ cheu iroubltt.
"Ysa sre Bh-imR
ae ol Ihe best(j
tkia^s in life ulil yea sleep oa s ..
mattress
>qurr.n (a;
STOKFS&BYNOELTD
SCENTS
Try ona si yoor furnisheryou will
raalrte that Dunlopillo hat made a
contribution to modern living which
no one lhould be without. IhinlopiDo
it the moil comfortable, hygiene, and
economical itmiucm in the world.
Available ma- in all *i/ca for beds aod
alto for baby's cot.
rATIS a TSADTNO CO. LTD.. SR1DCI I
KIDNEY TROUBLE
Dt Witt's Pills
sea ipr. I*,'. mMt ,
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
BHEUMATIC PAINS
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
Here's a medicine
specially made for it!
I' jo-eutpetT that there'e aomethiog
win yrnir kidneys u inay mmn
that y need correcuee rnedioae.
NeR."1 kidneyt gitt rise to nnou
diatim ag lymptoma auch aa baukacha,
liimlw^o. n-atica. DUddar
divrilr with tcaldutg and burning.
Thr'j jbl-tarUwhefithekidrieygTomT
i.Liggi%'' .iiioVlail to perform theu natnral
Innctior o( oltenng away unpnntiea from
the jStacB, You tan restore the*e riUi
orgara lo normal cliv(tw a* many others
have don** by taking De Wilt Pilla.
They have a tkannng. toothing and
aiiUieptic effect on the iridn-^i and you wMl
eery qu.ckly (*el the (rM>d they arc doing:
Tht tried and Irinted inediruve baabrovtght
relwt lo many people like you in all parta
ofthewoild. Why not try Dc Witt's Pdla
for your trouble ? They may be met what
you need. Get a supply from youx chemist.
V
OUt GUARANTEE
De Witts Pills are
repared under Mildly
ygtemc condiUons and
ingrrdieots (ootocni to
rigid atandardsof punt* <
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder Troubles
I'lll HI -- nothing like a
1 delUimii, rrslrsllitng cup of
'OnltatM SfWl ll" mi.ln..fnio
-n-,k w kelp Unhid, the .lad.
'(Hid. Awav go petty carca and
.lum.Mli -...rrlea. household
dullr- art- taiklrd wilh rnrr.v and
thopotnfj '.- .mi..- il.. I< l<
houU n*.
'< hyalHsw' ! made from Nature'.
hte.r food I Ihe raSfJOUi
iKaltlne (arm. were .-.lahli.lird
t.. -.1 thr Imjlir.t -i.n.l.n.t. for
lie mall. ...ilk .....I sag* used mi
Ita preparation and il..- , i.iimIi.
ptveaeatf of saanufacture provide
a producr of lui.li purity aod
.pialliv.
It Is a auatalnlag and enemlilng
IikkI iTvetaur. nourl>hln*. to
bstarfi aeasa anJ i
Apart from lt . n.-i.. .il qiiaUtio,
you will eniov 'Dvalrine' as a
plca-anr. palaiahlr drink st any
linn* of rl.e Jay. Aa a niiihr-tap
r.< ji-i luahhy re.toraiive aleep,
'Ovahine'ha> earnrd a fa\o>irrd
plage in milltona of homes
tlo...ikli..l ihr .....1.1
OVALXIjNE
Costs so little it yivvs so much
Sold in asVejeAl lint h. all Ihennnt and Siorti.
IHMMTArnIMe that Ihe largt di. 0. .m .. tin csntamt 14 ounces.
g u\ ii/riM-: instil itm
. ssd .uiLai-i.ill, .. i ..
ill hry an nabkr I..an Ihr
.us.fdH.it> r^iuj.^e a (>...|-.i>.., H 'Oviltinr'. arul
air slab.roualy irJuriahiKat.
in.lKdr a Sadut
., ., taaasWawss|wSsw*asss
slrr 'tWaltinc' .crnrmbaf I
UMlnnt' Bitciaiu arall. V.
* and dumtjiiuaed fliraur.

MILK STOUT
C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd.,
P. O. Box 56
BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402
'


I'AGK EIGHT
II\K1I.\1K)S ADVOCATE
WEDNKSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1932
CLASSIFIED ADS. ""M" "AIK*
TELEPHONE 2301
IN MhYHKlAM

Ceaar* we.
fee*ptn*
Boat Afh-i

AN.\Ol \ 1.1 \ IN
Hl-do...!-.-".
Be (rained ... Newapaper
u from iinrbadr. 1
U Swan *rw1
Big
ni
i
* Card. Spacilih QrwUnn.
N'rw I" I
ii m
so 7 H I'm
rR KFVI
BOUSES
I oil SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
AW
T.BBO In pood condmoi 't-.n*r MaV<
JTk-e (1.700. Rang W
CAM Unt ill IMT Ulrti ,it- ClffM rard.
ound Apple U. A ttiaip-
Miafe*. M John
".ii ii) H P VMS van-
ill 11 II r IB* P-e.d la eafL contact
HH
9oat c R
Apple*.**!!*. I aba* roBjr
IT a U-Sa
Dm Ford Zaobar.
,< 3 mil*. 1
i'. -i ..
; ltd
CARS- Pr.frct Ford late ! Vary
1.1...TI. .In aa* Au-tin ATO
IMI. Vary food condition too U"h sate
Dial *uai
11 ISt |.B.
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liirMfiAi.ow aS*. ver> eornforUibu I .ruLhi-d. K i.-
Bah bath 1 badroo*.
. Srptomhr -
Telephone ZM. IIIU 'I
On* A-4S
don* only 1SSS ibun HM
om m\ A-4* l.M
am condition parted **0
&< I1M IU|K tyroe. "
REAL ESTA1F.
nianma
pi-n ,.nVr

Talaphon* Mr- Glab.
Rich Oil Field
Discovered
lit Mexico
I.AND Venou* portion, al U
Apply !!'!*> HI" 91 Michael ISBSS-Bn
M.. hi .
BM
I
erf land wffl be
u loi j-w kit Pub lie Competition a< i
OfTire Jaanr* i
Aniwt. :*. at I p m
:
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1 t AMWHirt .
St a M hi
I- feaa, afp) !l '-l ., tllbhon. |i7 ss. a as-m.
TIBHTIO". a two I'lTr-ved .tonewall
d.elllndhoue* m Ce.tr* Avenue
STrlATHCLYDB; st MVta-al. aaaadlnt
I n T.OSB a)u.ir IM of '.art. and can.
talr.fng open and rloord vrrnnaaln. draw-
ing and din in* raom.. 1 bcaRwarn* en*"
nth running venter. ItkMn ate and
...... I toaanle,c* Water and EladrKI-
I. inrlallad Oarage and
In yard.
Paikinwn. lUaUMlvda. Dla
TTia pnipariy will b* art up for aaaa
l [>.il>llr mmprilltin a( i-ir o*n, a.
Jamaa SUfM. htruijt |Un. un rrld-
IWIr, Aufltitl Mlpm
yfapv .n hovcm

H.XK 0 CITY, An*. IB.

itniiouncdxl the ok
i 'Mmiai mwi imparl-
'-!.
MM Ihil th,- first Mil wiu.
brrnifh'- in un Sunday
tepee. rrar:-jz state, akriig Mxl-
'Kolden lan weili
He i
for Ihe flwim OQ
<:<.od lyra
aad (i"1"1 '
p| n .] t) am
W.I.M-da
o S-ion rdaoi
law flallariaa, low mllaa,.
. rlMlMad
C A. William* Airy Kill.
J-hna BtT
n.*r u iiuum:
r.lMXY-ON-SKA M.i*-ll C"*
lull. rUrnlahad all nodarn i
|*JB> tdn . -. I.flifil.l.l "1- '.jl..
Irani Saplambar on IMal MTB
noofirvri.T manorOn in* ..
Baach Court Avrnuf. Hillng;i Thn
badraama and all modrm i
Apply "Bla Court'. Il>.[mi.
171 It I I
WWII I*
KLECTRICAI. ____
i | Rlartt A
M.'Ktr '.'' Ma (inn IK '," I". "Hb
0, DaCoMa it Co Ltd ,
, I)rpl 14 ft-a
UVKHOCK
. Aberford < fiaai aaidlM
Mah out .if Kiltv Ko>|f Pom
i:ni.tii Apr. Illll. HI Jamaa
POULTRY
I I. Ml \l IIK.IH I IM
unlha old
HELP
CIJTRK A lad/ Clark lor a Com .
Oaaoa I kno*l1a ol *ho.t-
hund and lypawrillna and .
iili ITa*lovi- caparS >
Apply to bOT JTYI
liainr Drpl Rtatin* Qiiti'irlcntlona A
plkaUon. trratad Mrtrtl] .u.indaMi-l
II a a 3n
IXI'KHWM M> I
raafwNMbla tor Account a DaaM
I'riti. Ralrr, (3011 ruhl man A
o-n handwrltlnK tvinfl lull mi
axparlanc. Pfao Ha K
Co

JUNIOR 0\rKR Appl in r>a
iliiajHal ia> Mai.itmr
J*06lTtOtf reajUlrrd Bv rai>amibla
n with knnailrdKa "I Arc am

VOUNO I-ADT wllllnfl
rortJatni a......
irrann Applv
M1S( KLLANEOUS
riiiinoN ttAKiin
NVRSE DORM VBfKER a
Mldwifr. I. willlnB to aaaiat atwoi
ii in nril ut a iiur Ai.orcii
.,.n' Una. Co Mlw Clad*. B-
i.KMITAGE" itua.tr at
n.-r of Whita Park and Country HoiiiI
idlnd on about IBOM aquare far I rf
d Th* Houm eonUliM Oallary. l-o
lialn* ranmi. 4lMn( room, right bad.
aiflii. thraa diaaalng rootna. wijlar and
lactrtt llaht knaprrliun any day In
TT.e abov* will bo aat up for aaja .
lubllc rompalllH>n al our Office. Luc,
Mrrat. on Friday tha Mfnd day of AuguM
ffU al I N p m
CARRINOTON A SfAl.V
1* a al n.natltution
iN All modi tr
full Parlkul-n
Id a flS-dn
ltd we are sure th-i Uii
as o.va of Mexico':. :;.iet field.
The new stroke rival* the di--
*JDer)ea of ihe Cero Azul.
Petrero Del Uano. and the Ju.r,
CMiano Heldd in the first dajMdf.
of Ihta i-entury and that of the
rich Ptixu Rica region in 1011.
The meaning of thia new an-
covery far the property of
Petroleos, Mexlcanos and rhe
o-otKirny is appl
Bermuder saiil thnf -.
from th*> miiIi^I veil .it an ap-
proximate depth of 4.8f.n fee'
Oeorrtgiu found that bw
the ilrt 33 ?
that the oil beating toll extended \
for more than 4.820 feet. Bcrmudaa
concluded that "the
oorerv will murk the t of a new era for I'etroleo*
Mexicanod, and we will be very
happy lo announce more Im-
portant discovertc* in the vary
Mtlf future.F.P.
Egyptian Swimmer : ;
#y- C -^ pouttne umrtU rridaj so that ttotry
11418 rAtr IJlS&nSt* not be overtired when th-
"gin.. They had been apand-
ioHoNTi. Aug. 18. rng about two hours each day in
i .-xpc-- hi: m lalu. but tod
lour nun not it.ade !* Ttie
lung team in Tnr- lake's temperature on Tuasdiiy
N tha Can- wan 8t defgrae*. t degreda above
Exhibition 10 mil"' thai m
k*im on Friday was taken m Friday
with ear dlssaaa
Tuesday and will not taka part
lb- i.s 45 year i
Hassan Abd El Rehm. record
bajtaaa Channel ^wimrr. r
*ho apparently picked up laM
faction from the none too clean
waters of the Lake a few dayi n : . it
go. The team's coach Doctor "'
Mohammed Sabry said that ev.-i b-i p,
tf Hassan was At in time for th
rajca h-- would not take part.
MT0 of hcchaw;*:
MRM
n-,. ?
Cabla
Curranc
Maaaaai
rjrafla II
Pi
MKTION
p.saoRit Kubbar MaHim.
lv Hull.. 1'oll.h.V Clianwla.
fluatari. ^haaa, cl-nh. WhU* brooma.
Low and lllsh lar,.lon wlra. nonnat
marUlWni ara all lhin. that miut ear
n a> nard Stay ba obiainrd (rom Cha;
saa aaran ii*vn umiiad ph-i-. 4sa>
IP H 11- On
JNDER TH IVORY HAMMER
racal\ed froaa tha
l)i-..rancr Co. I will aall on riiday.
A..ku.t r.ftm at SCaaar*. chalaaa Oaras*
Pinfold Straet. TiluiT.ph" Car 'only dona ajBa raala
(Damaged In accident* Hi IMT 14 II I
Standard, in parfoel woiKins ordar.
S-it* at 1 p.pi Terma jih
vtMcgffT oiurrrfri.
IT B SS-44.
The remaining trfo Hassan
Abu Baki. 31, Sayed El Artbl 31,
and Abd FJ Laflf. 2J, scaled
do\
HP* Pt
i Ul int
a i' rhrooaa on
Uankaci 7S I/l0-t Pr
namand Dcafl T
a.i,*( n. ,f TB 41IP P
I l Pr Cable
Tt% Pr Currancy 71 lyio-, p
Coupon. TB 8/1**^ Pi
apt pr. Rityer art -r
Government Notices
riiC fatiVkRNMKNT OF TRINIDAD AND TOiMit) trFt'KK
FOR s \i.l
I ha MRataaWV MOTOR Krteh Varhl
"AROOtaY"
aaaaart M taaaa grasa
abaat 49 t-ns art
Said to have been built mainly of teak at Bruges in 1903. copper
sheathed. Fitted with CUMM1NGS DIESEL Motor cge unknown) 6
cylinders, -bout 84 H.P. (registered), estimated to give a speed of
approximately 8 knots on about 18 gals, fuel per hour. Three fuel
1 rapacity about 1.400 1,800 gals ACCOMMODATION"
On. large double cabin with W.C. attached, two single cabins, one
used as Radio Operator's cabin, one large saloon with sleeping accom-
modation, forecastle, galley with AGA Move and electric refrigecatoi.
Electric light and radio transmitter and receiver. Certain Darts of
engine are missing, including self starting equipmen1
DIMENSIONS approximately 08ft. x 22ft. x 10ft. 81ns. draft.
Inspectable at Trinidad by arrangement.
Beat offers are invited "as aha now lias.'*
For orders to view, etc., apply to
THE COMPTROLLER Or CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.
PORT OP SPAIN, TRrNTDAD. B.W I
188 52an.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
I UMdtBQg
iv
Or i
Id Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
CABLE \ WIRELESS
Id advlar > rt
ileste with u> following
hell na.hndna Oatt fttal:
Wni Indien
*nrMarit,. Du
'.
itra *

'..-..dfr-lkm
I
Tit l!

ie S4.
i NicoUHM, Gmi(.
AnwrUj., Vc-
Rni-
i. lah
.'.
< i lmprri.il Wlnnlp-r Pi".
MoMiaund. a Tlala, a a Pandt Ban-
*i irrr iTmp'i I i
Homnn -
m*rm*> > Rntlrfi ft.wrr. Tir^aafx
NaaHK*. I.yrln. M V Aetar. On I.
Bifl

I'll". ^1 r IMI Kf.ll
aV wide inua
.urn( ut BS eani- inl at
B M- I
iimaa-wivrs" IK,
p>oulrma
able lo oven nva- Kn
Id,..... 414S. K J II
ltd lirMfle S*raI,
... ,
i of a
I Wiecon-ln. a. A
on . .- riot-i
I p. i i. |a i.i
let thine troubles
- .

4.1 I
7- Rr.be'
. it in Eniilivr
,-.. j. n (" BB "i
al I0 lb. praaaura. Two
rtnrtlnS Dtearl '
(II u-
iii C B
and Hydraulic
Aqinpnuiil Appkv
i ar* i
Geartna-. lean
(-r.--.,1. it. .:.-
I V M-iiJ
so a sa-an
".Ti'VM Tlie famou- "Florence" Stovei
. I and 1 Burner Modela -re nbUlnabl*
mi Laurie Daib M Co Tudor atraat.
i. ran it Rvas.
IMHSOWI
r i -
.
iu RaraoM
retld myaelf
rvriM. UIB ii PI i anno
mini Ol MRVBCI
Heportv Raai
H i
,. mi imata
rBOMOTION t Mill ill
Swan Rtrawl fcrd
NJJI :
wmmm m
RIDE now * "aa Raaty
r-iagrapa, Enfland'a leading DaUp
i-apaf now arrtvtng In furbadea be *u
only a law daya alter puuli.au..ii m
Conlact 1-n Gala C/. Adao-
Mal It. praaatiunhra
Sam t'
i Co.
ma.
n alter*. II a.
laraga iiaadi un
i,ovr
1UI Ml
l
acaa)*utg in ibi cawa i
i -i merit
AND NOW
A GAS COOKER
hi
.... .,
lagaflnaa.
THEM TO-DAY .
M Your (i" Showroom
Pa| |
sea view am I
OMEGA, CYMA,
ARDATH, PIERCE
and
UNO WATCHES
For I..tin-- and Gents
AftK FOR IMI s!
\\ \ M Ml R, v a Ml
They slgnlf* aaulatl
Onl> al Yoar Jeeller<
V. DeMMA
of. '.. IT 15
28, Broad St
| Urn. Village
BASTINOS, BABBADOH
Daily and I->ngterm Rates
tiuotod on reaueal.
i i m.in-ill Gaeeta
W I' "Ml'
Dinner and CaekUII
Parties arraauredl.
.1 t: HUChXAND
Proprietor.
NOTICE
PrlCladl, Customers and
the General Public are
hereby notified that du
Miabilitv in obtain #
Hour, we shall be unable
to supply
IIREAD
in the usual quanliUi
r V ZEPHIDiN
"Bakers".
41 Tudor St.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
(>N THIKSDAV Jltt bv ordar f Rare
1 Laae. we will aril nil Furniture at
CkryaUy** aaraar ot Fin* Koad and ah
Ave BallaaUU ahlah include*
H^ing Tabl*. Uprim Chatra. Seretn
,nd Ornnmertl Tablaa M.urU Chair* .nd
-uihlona. Ixmg Bookahrlf all in Mafaif-
i.. Uinight and" Aim Chnir. In RuOi
Room ti.it* i Sett**
ldy- Roll T-.u paakl Offtoe
__ PrtrvaSvlna chair. Walnut Mlrd
sidahoaro) Plettuaa, ftseorda, Bangl* Bad
Mad, Strnmoeia Spring ..nd Bad: Pre**
rtriulng Table Towel Rail
M.1
inr
and bad.
,nd War*. Pin* Wat
Pre*., Elclrni..- ' Table.. L-ide. 7 ""
Valor Oil Stov* and Oaan Kit'
LlaiulUV Hooka and olber lten
Sxla II 7> o-ctock. Tem" inn
BRANBER TBOTMAN 4% I
Aocttoaeer. fjj|
im ink ivmcn
NOTICE
ARISM Of *T Frtllir
ApplleationB for tha F*>eS of NUri*
,e St Phlllp'a Almthouae llt be i
Ived by the underpinned up to Ran
day SOth Auguat 1B83
Applleant. mud ba quelilwd -
Nuiae and Xtldlfa. and r-iid for**
lth thru eradication* trwir .Bapll.r-
CerUIWnle* aa wall aa Uwlr Certlnci.l
if campelanew.
The ..H-caaafat candidala *">>"
>|i.n*d lo aaaum* dull*. <- Bhr rJ
Sept-inber. 1BB8
itn-r piirticuUra may b* c
lined rtorn the Parofhlai Iraaaur*
P 8 W. SCOTT.
Clerk to the Board of Ouardiai
St Philip
ie im :
I beg to return Uvanks lo
all thoao Including Sir Allan
Collymora and Col. O. St. A.
Duke for the financial help
tent to me towards my
appeal for St. Mary's Chun-h.
city.
pTofcssoi C N. WEEKES
^aayo4>^4>4-e^4jj4^^
THANKS
:
... .
FURNITURE
AUCTION
TO-DAY
11.30 a.m.
AUCTIONEERS
Jaa.M.
s> ca.
l'honr IB40
rUaUUaiu BulMlni.
Hill
PRECAUTION
HIM No. 7
WARNINGS.
If jou a.e going to take 1
cover during a Hurricane In '
a public shelter take with !
you;
1 Backet i-ontaininr.
Food for yooraelf anal family
I iup per perian
I imUl. of fresh drmklar.
water
I set of additional rladhe*
per person
I Rrraarnr lantern titled
with oil (to hr lit ho-
i\ir mill M llM itiinii
lion, of Ihe Shelter War-
dan).
Pains in Back,
Nervous, Rheumatic
aatjrwartiaad fra-inant c^i.l...'i. i.
a ilrila on Ihe Kldnev, nd ki.1i,-
aai aSadder TrouM-* an* the leu-
Km of t*c.. A.Mil Oetuni l'i
ht*. numlna Pi alas. Rhawnuuiarn. Purf'v bb/Mii. an 4
feaflrr o'dt-f.." n ,. time H-tcvoor
Ida* r- flf: -' blood arn cva
a. Ta* v n..i di-e atsria kjf|aSBaj
...r kldaa>- -i-'" nut e andihm-' ii... i I nadjf on leelllk.
aa- I'aa.m.. .,,. ...i.a. aarantr.
4}fta, aaaat u.' oanpi-f 'y or eaat
BT ebaaa.
..Cyatex':,r3
Sal aaawaa. 'awl.a a>Ww |NU "iT
of the Chancerv An
ilaaina aon> aatate. riifht i
I., ling lb* property Ii.rafc,.r4i >nant.on*d tha proparti "I lha drfand-
rfoii- ma an aecmini o( th*tr el.ima with their witnaaac- '
. I., nimad by me on any Tuewjur or PYldav rwtwren ih* imn.
id t iilook in tha afbrnaoaei at tha KeglMration OSSce I'
hafnre the Stnl day of Ortoa>r. IfBt In order lhat *aati elalr
ixnted on and ranked aecordlng to ih* natnn- and pr.
.i.-rwi.* auch paaeona wlU ba prackuled from the bai.i
rprlvad of all clolmi on or agalnal thr aald property
PUIniift LINDSAY RJtrit. ItYEBtlRN OHJ.
;",:.
l.IHT MARSHAfJ
Dafandanl: CLYDE IIARi
rTROT ALI. THAT certain
m the pariah of Sauni Sat
rent (na -ere ten ptrd < >
.-id. of Palmer, Planted.~i
Hond or hoanrrar alaa the i
.r.Miaga or dwaUlngho,,.
erecuona on the aald land
tha appurtenance* ANT* SECONDLY AIL THAT earti
of l^nd alao Utual* al Saaly Hall in lha a>:
thia liland innuming IBM aarea or th*"- -

B .
In Ihli fc-lond contnlnlne
t theie-o. .t- Abutung ana aounamg oi
n land* of P. Shapnrrd and on th<- Publn
M ass* abut and bound together wtu th
.1 ,.U and
" and built
AT eoetiiln
I John
Mi Bali
mil filed sstn pgap
>,.Ud lath Aliauet
ad i
Abuttnig
land) of Pahnera Plant-ti-n on .and- no*
pub It* road or Kmri
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defenca) (Aroeiid-
ment) Order. 1952, No. 28 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Thursday 21st August, 1952.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail sailing
prices of "MUk-CotadorifRad" arc as follows:
ARTICLE
MilkCondensed
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
$14 16
48 x
per casa
14 oz tins
HETAII. PRICE
(not more than)
S3c. per 14 oz. tin
19th August, 1052
SHIPPING NOTICES
OFFICIAL NOTICE
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
BA1IJNG .HUM )l mil.
M S STENTOR Xtod Auguat. ISM
'4 s HERA th Augxot, 1SS3
S :. COTTICA Slh Septaenbar lSS
M S VESTOR iSth Senlaantvr. ISSS
itniio ro .......
v B ORANJERTAn 6th September 18S1
U fO TRIRIOAD. FASLAMAaiBO
in rnr (Oprt <
CRANCKBY
Ih* Chancerr Act. IBOI I do haSf/B9 a. v.. not He |n al prnon.
inrr aetale. rlghi or iniareat
hereinafter m*nth>ii*d the prop-ty of tnr d*fe ln eyilh their wilnewe. dor.....
Tued/i oe Friday brim \i norii
iltemooii at th- RaartairatK.,, OnaBd PublH BulM
liavln* or rlitlming
unVrtWia- th* propet
before me an aerou
In aw eaamlnad by mi
and 3 o'clock in the
lawn ihfor* the jui
irported on and ranked according lo teat natiir* aa
otherwia* auch paraont will be precluded fram Ihe
drprlvad of all lalma on or agati.al lha >al "
Plaintiff. RTalON AI.TMAH
l)cf-n*Wnt LOUIS MfanSM.w

Proiwetv A1J. THAT certaan i
n
-In
mm
i i m- m
ut* or ll
lajn-err * i
it ajn ptsi
r rtore togethn
iv admeaaun-in
n Bwan Rirai't
Mounding on land >
AU and ....... (9|
hut and bminrt
! . '..I.-..
ri tar the,
rridBcti
M I BlIMlUtl I
n Auaiurt. 1SS1
Sept.mber. 1SSI
IP Mi a Ct'BACAO
BUatKOOl' ITU. Auguat IIU.
V S TEH A 15th a*ptembar 1B0S
a. P
*0a>0ffO*JV *a)S>By*/a>fJ*>aMeaa>0"X
Tb* H/V -Aiitiii.i will
accept Cargo and Paaaangan for
Hum i ntc a, An Ugua, Montae m 1
NrvU and St Kltt. Sailing Wed
naedav loth mat
Tl.e M V -MONEKA- will acedpt
Cargo and I'tteacnger* for Doan
ln* Antlgu.. MonUerral, Navu
aa>d St Kill. Sailing rlday Stnd
Canadian Nalinnal SlKanishifis
a wnjjAMs
Pi Bt i i
b.s.asto
I ANAUIAN CRUISB
i 'AN ASIAN CONSTRUCTOR
IADV RODNSTV
CANADIAN CHALIJINOER
IADV NELSON
3? Au a
9 Bant
U Sept
13 Kept
II Am
21 An.'
4 Sept.
at Aug as An
Sapt IT Rapt.
94 Sapi
IT Sapt 4 Oct.
NOK
III'., i M.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
(I1"I At I OfTNT.
i i i:i i \l \ -H'C
An "fatsn
ir award of Dipl
a. Aaaoc.ali- or Fellow! will!
for hi at. it
_ ,ira-llme PORTAL STUD!
(With expert tutor*. tiUAKANTI
tcOtrRSSS In Enallat.. Cl and]
London Chamber
H* A, Initltul* of C<
r For FREE BOOr"
WRITS NOW Ur Ih* leadlna tutorial)
tadenia: LON-
OQH SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY.!
Street. London.
ntn ^Z-'
FURNITURE
AUCTION
iiKi-mv
rita m in >
-mOi H C,r--
ptngo to dlipoae of hU FURNI-
ll'l-'E and FF1X;TS ..- dated
VlgMlNU MORNiNt; '
Tbb'ea UBea* I
Chair.. TBllboj Had

AN* KHT'NtlH.'l -r
RanltfT igood wotBuiB
.n.u, RUM ' '
'
Frame wttM lln-i- F.aci
..rdrr. Honnni M i I
Tabl* In Limed 0*
Waller ,Oaki. si.. |
Folding Chair. torn Tabl
Cover. I-maat U-.i Chr-i
Daaun
M^fTM:.-
'
r.rdn.b .
rraSBBj nblfl
inaai, patdlnM li
.
Ing Table Chau. Medninr C
Laord Laean Chair taream.
t'-Ofri BWIhioom Rcalea, C
Cot. alaaajuiKi Sal
Pink Sllb Badr.iv era Uuami
good r.i.ii- a a
. Uen Ota
.r.riaa. Bre.ki- \ r.-j 1
& intlu* am*
rhina 'TRU. v:
i an cieau. pUke*. Th.
BPteraSi
Top
above. 1
Mntrer Pat
I... '
J Burner -VALOR'
Oven

*hr~. Rl#l
Can. Bucket.
\I I MONEEKS
M. Ill
aV Ca>.
I 4*40
I'lanUtloiPi Hull.In-
R>paS0IIU0
IN TBI COI Rt Ol ( aANf'RBY
la purauance of lha Chai.cery Ad. IBOS 1 do hrn-by ,v,
hnvlnr or 'l.iimlna un. lolal*. right or Int. ,-c n.lirini"r In .
en-aaU-iB Um property iiarrinnfteT mentioned th* propertv or it- .'.-fendant lo brin
hrtora rfla a.i -miM of that. ,' ilm. with ihalr Itn.-eaer. dorumc.iM al
to ba aniimiord bv m* on any Tueidav or Flldav batwean Ihe haui I
and S o'clock in th* afternoon at Ih* Ragl.troltoi, Offati i
t..*n. l*foe* lha Jlet da* of Octohrr
aporled on and rankad aeenrdlng lo the nature and priority
i.U.rrv>i>* eu.h peranna will be precluded from tin- lie -fli. f any decree and b
deprived "f all claim* on or againat Ihe *ald property
na
itifT
HUOH OWE-. vAINT CIAIK
IVIendar

i ivtrri n
AIJ. THAT cert
paasafe -t CkaM cnaan t ,.
UM by asttmaUor.
- parcel of band -Huale near Warner* In th.
md liland aforeaald forraatl.v auppoaad to eon
I
lerahea or Ihereaboiila abutona
lag on Ih- North on land- of Warner. PlanUUon on the Eait on land
formerly o* Allen Walcott out now of E. Beet. Id H II atilllvaii am
the e-tatc of J Haernaa drc aaad on the Smith on landa of ;
PlanMllon on landa of T .'ox and on u road .md on Id. Weal .....u.
public road or nowavrr a* tha ma o>v abal BBd bound
BUI Filed 3Bth January. IS53
Dated IBtli Auguat. 1*43
II WIT HAMS
Heglati.ii n t i.
SB S 11In
i ANAD1AN CHAM dNtiER
l_\l)T NELSOST
. ANAOIAN CMUIRSm
CANADiAN I'UNSTRUCTOH
Ul> IKUINKY ___,.
CANADIAN CHALISNOBK
LADY NELajON
*FHr-
M.-i ..
laVpt
14 Sept
a* Sapt
11 Oat. is Od
n Oat
as Oct. Od.
PM rartbar parWaalaea. apply
GARDINER AUSTIN
& CO., LTD. --AgtrnU.
I*
HARRISON LINE
or.nv.vRU hum thi: DHUbD kingdom
s s
S.S.
ss
"MKKCHANT*.
TRADEH'
"IM>NTER"
-NOVEUST"
.. London
.. Liverpool
.. London
.. Liverpool
Leftve. llu.
Hrb^lo-
17th Aug. 30th fltpl.
23rd Aug. Wth St;.
8th Sept. 21st Stpi
16th Sept. 30th Stp-
-- S*?5}
MllMI \llll lOR TI1F IS1TEI) KINODOH
S.S.
S.S.
HERDSMAN'
BIOGRAPHER''
livcrpool
London
21st Aug
29th Aug.
further lnfomuttion apply to . .
DA COSTA & CO. LTD. Aeenln
.W.'.V.'.V.V.-.V^/A'.'.V/'.'.V.V.'.V.V.V.V.-.V.W.'.'.V.
a a Ca. Lad.. ISA
BOBS Agents
I N'TPR NATIONAL TR.\I>
t-nleridge SUeel
lo aaa->ag trie camon. cJeaoiag every
oarner, SPA gen nghi down to the job.
' Springy long-lasting NYLON tufts
aati-vnggy here'm a loothbruah thai really
mtll I*,i looser and clean teeth .leanert
THf TOUCHER TOOTHBRUSH IN
rHlAn>/ei/PACK
r*a Vaer.. Caathaai. SmIu Eaaletbl.
C,EG TRANSATLANTIQUE
Sailings from Southampton to Ouadeloope, Maretalqur,
Barbados. I rinblad. La Gualra, Curacao & Jatnalra
t ORI'ORATION LTD.
Dial: 5N9
viir
.ch
: t>.
inanhol. rBSBI Sal
nan* ta hiahe-l Hrttaah Staapt.
-rd* Enqolnc- Invited from
uholaaaler* partment*, etc. lowaat prKBa.
tastes* iaauiitaa alao
* to Afrlran Pro.
1 Ho* tvaS. IV.r
ban. Sooth Africa Cul thia ad-
M out for MuM rafer-
SaataaJ' OB
NOTICE
WE beg to notify our cus-
tomers that we very much
regret our Inability to supplv
our usual quantity of Bread
and Cakes, as it is impuasible
In obtain Flour.
11/DOS
HAKXRIES LTD.
20.8.82In.
From SouUiauiulJii Arriv
"COLOMBlaV' .. 31st July, 1902 .. 13th Aug., 195-
*"DE llASSK .. 22nd Aug., 1952 . 3rd Sept., 1952
"Not calling at Guadeloupe
MAILING FROM BARBADOS TO MKOI'K
From Barbadas Arrives ftoatkaasptoD
iiE GRASSr' 8th Aug., 1052 .. 18th Aug., 1952
COLOMBUP . 24th Aug., 1053 .. 5th Sapt, 1052
'"DE GsUaBT' .. 18th Sept. 1052 .. 28th Sept. 1952
"Sailing direct to Southampton
B, M. JONES 4* CO. 1.11. At rut-.
,-,**'aV**CC',tAO***>O->'0aS^^**l*S^^
W^-i-VS-i-VC^
H> hmr Ihr faallist. ini; in Slork
Mixed Fruit. Tin
Tins Hell VCf
Evaporated Milk
.(I Tono
Chase *. Sanborn Coffee. Tins Sweet Corn.
Salad, Tins Wiieapple Slices. Tins United
Tin- Kraft Fish Supreme Tins Asparagus
Keiltrr* Black Cun.mt Jam. Raspberry Jam.
\ i C.oot?beTT>* Jam.
I YOUR ORDERS WITH OS NOW
MH\ l. TAVI.On A MRBg ITU.
Roeouck Street Dial 4S3S
Seven tltr* of
I'llimi > iii.an nun ins
lor jou to .elect Irom. price, range from
SI7.40 lo $46.76
im: n:\iH\i. imi'ohiim
Corner Baravd a huh" Ntreett
'.'..*,'.-,-.'. -- '-*.'.--.'-
BOROUGH OF SAN FERNANDO
VACANT POSTTOWN ENGINEER
Auplications invitedUniversity Graduates, Corporate Mem-
bcrs of Institutions of Civil or Municipal Engineers or equiva-
lent10 years' experience- Usual Borough Engineering Ser-
: 3:..uuo- KiiowU-dge f electricity an assst-
Salary 54.800 -8240tS.TOO per annumStarting salary sub-
\[H'rlencePassage, leave, car allowance, Pfmsioti-
Quartet: For full e'etails apply to Town
Clerk. Snn Fernnn. Trinidad, B.W :. Applications rlo^e SOth
i, 1952.
L. McD CHRISTIAN.
Town Clerk.
12th August. 1052
.V.V.'.'A'.
ss.


WEDNESDAY, AUCl'ST 20. 15.'
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACI MINE
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF TH FLYING SQUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE OAVIES
BLONDIE
BY CHIC COUNG
THBBe IS A WAV 'N TnC 00*41. LAeOSAT,:** STAKE'S 1
A MACMWE... A MATTeR-TaT-VtSViiTTER. THAT SEAMED
OR. CARSON 'O ANOTHER, R.ANBT.1 wfl MOST
ET Out of herc
HAVB ANrTHiN* TC SA* I "

JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
A PEIPCECT TKAPE w]
I AAITK Am i*5 A RN6 Jji
I
1
E in 7. ; _.
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
v -
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RIP KIRBY

BY ALEX RAYMOND
,'Ck, MM Lee!
^SP 'OEM
p*^ aouv is cur ~-jte
AITNt 0? *X TMlS S*RlV
IT MUST M&W TO^LB j^^Vi'
i so *5. va.-1J.0u. ^"t
THE PHANTOM
BY A.EE FALK a RAY MOORES
wit yfl'JWQWPiHtvrtii&r
WUVE GOIASIS&IJMPIMII*.
WtvouUbe f
JMkjidfatttfZfa,
tOM>fla f"W> IC, WE SO- lut
SllM?^-By COS-APl..i- 'EtVfa.
*fit oral s*teo iNsiptf
Be kind to your face
Usii rsi to irv the loveiieat Cold Own to ckam
your complexion unless you alto um the i
1 an.l hamn
>i tiisuea to
Don't jtow your delicti* skin. There's no need. Pond', soft
Tissue Hankie* \re to absorbent that they will quickly soak up tha
craam dust, stale make-up and all. Ami ibey never tvllanar m(o
tow bult pbjpm They're stn* ai well as soft and ahaorbmi.
Then? are so many um (or these Tissues all tha lime, everywhere.
Uaed aa run lie*. Ihey are softer lhan tfe Iinet cambric.
ltd nn you hours of wuhin| and ironing Ita-lroy
them once you have used Ihem
Oat a packet today, and keep u handy.
You will wonder how you ever marup.l with-
out Ponds Tissue Hankies. Ai all <>ie ban
OET 1TRONC ABSORBINT
Glands Madejoung
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation
r r*u fa*i dm bfor ...
rf from nara, brs -
t-9 w!H ri! ia
l tn *a Aroaa'i
aaajrr whl<-h raali - y
ir U> rvalltt .|U.
-r*W II 1* a we Warns
i> it.i. hem ah -
wWMpsrMr AI-
I ww *. taka. iw isa --
wawfni .rl*tirs I It a
.1 .
Meed, ana warm .,> but
< M ft*4 faat BW bitall ti'ia*- -
or Is M to tl ho'in i ..
nalurwl wrdon on t -i-'.
rywa. war brwln powr. vt .
ifWt ft*B Impro** miTi',
\o Usla stmailrur > ft.-i .
four restorer, ewllwl VI-TABf
rurtMd. H ku Ind ''
vwl kr twowskkd* M la .>
- M all chaailaii h*ra 'li
-P traaa tout chant 1st '1. :
Ifcalaal Saaih. l-'ai-,
.t bawra. Taka Usafafi bom. a'
< atftl dk>a. niulfr -t .
irantaa last It must ma-*
i ewer, anarar and vita* :
M saaii > .-
ratorn ot amm pckf
VI-TAJM ooa'a lllll- an4 la
i-Tabs
a,ai Ma.ha.rf r - VI'-
POOLE
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WEDNESDAY. U (.1ST 21). IHS2
RAIN RESTRICTS LANCASHIRE CRICKET
Clyde Walcott Has
Best Average
IXIOO Ml Mil III I \i
B> ROY MARSHALL
LANCASHIRE has been a comity of ruin, rain and more
rain for the past two weeks. Saturday was no exception
Only OM gUM hi which .1 Wwl Indian pr:>feM>iorial was
1 vi That was between Colne and
Bacup and midway through the match rain came to pre-
the toss and decide:! Price, former Esex professional
I v -v- which u who It now wilh Mu.dlrton. H'*
who lus been m wickets hjve cost 12.14 run.- each.
. '.he bat recently. Ii is a one-ni.in M) ah far M
wag out in ihe im M 1 batting averages ai*e concern-
|ht t Allrv 'ib- ColM ed as well, frank Worrell M
' tuna ameteursway ahead of all his rivals 11
[fatter. He had made on*, ha* made 933 runs at an average
Prom then ..n it whi a ^trugfl' of 77.75. Next to thli in Charli*
for Bacup but finally after hatting Barnett of Rochdale who has
f<-r 2 boon tfcst* totalled I i 1. made 811 at 40.55. Prank ha'.
; with 53fl. i|ao taken 55 wicket- at 13.45
niimarlhln'jt batttr;
ueiore rain came along had flsjure* are 104 run*, average B.tW.
.1 88 (er 6 when anulhct ^^^^^^
Egyptian Swims
English (ihdnncl
DOVER. EnKlund. Auk. 18.
Abdel Monem Abdu of Egypt
.1.1111 the- English Channel. Ittnd-
itt on Shakcspenre Reach her* at
B 30 a.m. after tlftecn and half
downpour put an end to the game.
We*k*s claimed three >f Um
wickets fot 8 and tor the flm

inched 50 wicket.* for the *eann.
bare cost him 20 run

The LaacaahlN Leans bowlin s
verasjss ,r(i heeded by two
.1 ins Bruce 1
t iken 72 wickets at 7.99 .ml noun la the water.
. 'S 70 have cost R.Bfi runs Monem. 11 27-year-old newsman
made the swim after being swept
negate Weekei hai been out to aea by floodJMe when w-ith-
by far the most ssss-ss srs& uns**
Ital Of d,,V "g, "*hM^ SMk^,
THE FINAL HAND OVEE from McKenlay W Rhoden In the 4 x 440 metre rtlay In which the Jamaican
team lowered the world record that had stood for twenty years- Mai Whltefleld is hidden by BbOdan
and Charles Moore obscured by McKenley. Herb McKanUy was chiefly reaponslble for the Jamaican vie
tory doing his leg In 45.1 and overtaking Moore after being 10 yards behind. '
mile of the English coast. His
rilcr said he entered the water
at p.m. on
Sunday and was checked ashore
*E.SLtu3'S-!2 &R?rWPESr
Yorkshire
Beat Surrey
Ho
was tw
isick dur-
Innlngi. Hanhall bai icarad
728 at an nveraee of 48.53. ing lnp swim HB hc battled through
fn the Central l^nrnshtr" neavv seas in the latter half of the
lengue Rnmndhin Ifl b) f 1 the -mliJi.wo n-sl He overcame the
1 'id bowler, trouble to walk up the beach corn-
He has taken 106 wlr-keis at Mil poroach and with a strong wind blowing,
to this is 1"? wlcktU o* F-"_______________U.P.
England XI Can
Beat Australia
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Au. 19.
On Tuesday Lcn Mutton, a shrewd, sober character
not Riven to' vain kIotv or chicken-c milling, said
that England next season would have the host chance of
beating Australia's Test team since before the war. "If we
don't win Jil! five Tests, 1 shall be very dir.appointed," he
smiled wilh dry exaggeration.
Dut th.it even more CSMtloUl
personality, Vljay Razare. 'Cap-
ualn of the Indian team, after-
wards broke the silence that hu
him maintain* d throughout the
eiion to n> "1 won't go as far
as that. All 1 will venture is that
England will have .1 fair chance.
Dont forget that Auatralia are
-till the champion cricket eountrv
iv inch they proved <"ice again
Ogalnst the We*t indies at a time
wlien wc Started having doubts
England'* batting is strong in
n impressed and
with a great number of
good batsmen outside the Test
- England's bowling is
impressive, U.. (biding Is mag-
and umpiring nearly per-
fect".
Hut then he added the warning:
"The Australians are tough and
experienced. Dont forget I had
Ung side, quite raw and
embarrassed by English condl-
rrucman obviously has
big future lint I Wouldn't like
ha will have
igainat the Australians:."
The two captains were giving
the season's Test
lad with England
being baulked of four outright
the weather.
A glitter of champagne bodies
and Icing enke topped with crick-
eting figures and a replica of the
Oval pitchbid sweeter and less
damp confronted England and
the Indian team In their dining
room after the :inti-ellinatie |*M
i i been abandoned as a
draw
That was the only thing that
was "abandoned" about the ex-
changes In the live day match in
which a total of onl) ten and .
i h noun' play was possible out
of the scheduled thirtyand eight
hours of that was occupied by un-
ug batting by Eni;I;ind
id wi.*et baton tin rata
lurried ii sour.
Hutton. iiikcd for his explana-
tion of slow .coring, said with I
IV It muM be that I am fit-
ting old".
From Ihe pMtBtwd angle Tnie-
man had the triumph *>'
riar to -ike as maru n
lit wickets in the drat series play-
ed in Erf land Ills a\ I
13 13.
ifl i
On

LONDON. Aug. 19.
Yorkshire today duly beat Sur-
rey by nine wickets, but the
victory was not gained as easily
U the previous two day's play
indicated it would be. Resuming
at the overnight total of 133 fo:
7. Surrey curried their score to
SOB. The eighth-wicket pa'r
Surridgc and Biazlcr added 101
and then followed the defiant last
wicket stand of 51 between
Brazier and Loader, whirh ended
when Brarier was run out for 73.
Yorkshire were left 76 to get in
Just over 100 minutes. They
had made 14 when the rain held
up play for nearly half an hour,
but It cleared up sufficiently for
York>hire to make the runs for
the loss of one wicket.
The Yorkshire-Surrey game was
the only one in the County
Championship Programme to be
completed.
The Middlesex vs. Notts and
Sussex vs. Essex games were
abandoned without even a de-
cision on the first innings.
The Worcester-Glamorgan game
provided thrills with the sides
ticlng on the first innings.
Surrey now have a 28 point
lead in the County Championship.
They have 224 points from 24
matches. Yorkshire havr playca
one game more and have 19U
points. Derby arc third wilh 152.
Tomorrow Surrey will play Derby
.it the Oval. Yorkshire are with-
Finland Deserves
A Gold Medal
LONDON, August 8.
IT REFLECTS great credit on Eric Von Frenckell.
Chairman of the Organising Committee and on Finland
itself that the 19.12 Olympic Games were carried through
without any of the "international incidents" which had
been so gloomily forecast. For such a small nation to stage
the largest-ever Olympiad and stage it so sucessfiilly was
in itself a gold medal achievement.
The price Finland will have to the first seven dajs, the Finn*
pay for the privilege of being host provided their own officials jn-
lo the nations or the world ha-not doubtcdly the best trained lii the
yet been worked out It will be world. These cfflcials together
big. howeevr A rough estimate with their photographic apparatus
given by Von Frenckell just before
the Games closed put the tlgur
in the region of 41 nillion.
One of the greatest of all sport-
ing nations, the Finns no dout i
tonrider the money well spent
Yet such a cost could have been
partly averted had the Garnet
and stop-watches ensured" that ail
decisions were fair.
But when it came to the "sidc-
siiows". including boxing .nd
walking, the trouble began. At
these events personal opinions
tnlered the reckoning.
The boxing matches
rm7dleo?rSrn ^ 1 T*\W-i UeS ^ "<=> Ull^"i-
^SSJL^JS^SMi boxin.11' " w ">"-" Pomtt JUWlWt
basket-ball
en th
ut
pan
MCORKROAKIk
Yorkshire Beat Surrey By Nin.'
Wlcketa
Yorkshire .............. 423 for S
declared and 78 for 1.
Surrey ........ Irf? and 306;
fWardlc 7 for 119).
Gloucester vrraua Warwick
Drawn
Gloucester
for 6.
W.-irwick .......
for 0 decleared.
Derby versus
Derby ...........
4 declared.
Hants ..........
81 and 132
104 and lv4
Han'sDrawn
302 and 159 for
... points and what
Mum which .. a n.lur.1 cull wh.h werc ,10, on, ,oun~un\'
of two much of 0 oodlhln fathomnbte but were nanantw
A fortniKht once 10 every loui wlon *'-nj
f ,""L. ".' .""" % """'I1 The'hum.n .rntle coujed th.
time to devote to an Olympiad, i.iivifcdowii.
Yettheles.HonorilelMn.lshow, brffdS^btAt4btlI . w
that such ii the case. The Olympic ^.phasised when the decisions of
Gomes have become too big. orlc referee led to his being
Not only from the financial bu. attacked on the ilcld. He was so
also from the competitive angle, badly injured that he had To g
future Olympiads would be the to hospital.
better for some Judicious pruning Far from encouraging the spirit
At such a mass gathering f of international sportmanship and
nations, bringing with thim dil- goodwill, srente which provide an
fcrent temperaments and different opportunity for such outbreaks
interpretations of rules, there is do exactly the ooposKc.
bound to be blckfring and un-
pleasantness over certain decision.';. There can be only one logical an-
And the more the events the more awer. Such events must be cut out
the likelihood of trouble. of the Olympic programme. They
In running, throwing and jump- occupy far too much time. They
ing events, which were the mo i create Ill-feeling. They Incur ex-
iittrattion. filling the Stadium for ptnsc and pay only small divi-
Don Cockell
May Fight
Heavyweights
By GEOCGE WHITING
LONDON, Aug. 7-
The chances of Johnny Williams,
British and Empire heavyweight
champion fighting Germany's
Heinz Ncuhaus in Britain for the
European title are fading.
Football clubs approached
thought poorly of the prospects of
a boxing- crowd trampling their
turf at the start of a new season:
Greyhound tracks Inspected were
unsuitable.
If the flghl takes place at nil
it will be in Germany says
manager Ted iiroadribb w 11 h
Williams asking to be paid 'on the
gate' rather than accepting bis
-hare. of an official purse-offer.
Opimistically, Wi.liams thoughts
are occupied leas with it err
Neuhaua than with some -T the
"big game" Americans. Mean-
while. Johnny may like to know
that one of his rivals of four years
ago would like to punch him on
Um BjOfjC -.'. .i 'int'tly commer-
cial proposition, of course.
Cockell is tno nameDon Cock-
en, cruiser-weight champion In
these parts until Randolph Turpin
beet him in the 11th round last
lune.
In the summer of 1948 Cockell
shared two verdicts with Williams
in the Midlands. Now. recovered
from the Turpin debacleand
enriched to the tune of 10,750
from his last two tights as a
championcockell has a fancy
to return to tne ring as a full-
blown and unashamed heavy-
weight.
Manager John Simpson, recov-
ering slowly from the illness that
kept him out of Cockell's corner
against Turpin, tells me that Don
still believes he has the beating of
the "t.eamington Flyer" at 12st.
71b.
But he added: "I am advising
him. however, that his future He'
with the heavy-weights, some-
where around 13st. 71b.. As
heavyweight, he could train nor-
mally, without being handicapped
by the gland peculiarity that
always used to worry him when
he had to make 12sL 71b.
"Don could put paid to any of
the heavy-weights performina
these days. Having watched
hundred* of rounds in the gym-
nasium between him and Jack
Gardner, I can assure you that
he could hang a right hand on
Jack's chin Just when he liked.
"He has boxed with Tommy
Farr and he plastered Ray Wild-
ing's ribs almost as he pleased."
How would 11 be if Cockell be-
gan hU "official" heavy-weight
campaign by meeting Frank Bell,
the tall Yorkshireman with the
"delayed action" menace at the
end of his long right arm?
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W and 232 for
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Kent.........184 for 9 de-
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Northanta .. IBS for *>
Somerset versus Lancashire
Brawn
Somerset ........................ 141,
Uincushire ........... 182 for 3
. l
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UM IUTTON
Cnoland's Skipper
Nut only was Hutton foiled Ug
his ambition t captair I
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la lacy 1 but record hunters
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Men thee bad been preparioj
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