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. • %  *.. BARIIUlOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST ->:. 1M2 Ccudb Calling m \i D H H :' %  | i He wa* nando, began h i i iverstt) %  Will) I MM Hni. %  lntrtn*it I '."gland ,. %  ihr GoJjIfo on Satu : i.iuad were :-yiur am i K %  f.OllliHUIMf! I(ltiiti,i\ programme | %  %  ,. niGNOM * MeaaT*. J. N. G^ddard i M-UT Anutw. <,ibon * r pooriii|i Ihi pro*hfc h begin* at 8 JO Erom i.renada where • ~* ""* •wnm over HedlfSH !" 0**m hv programme consist,, of -liday here ns aueau ..! c '**" cn "fig* and will include Mn Edwm S..inpson of Cralg. Ko "*' *" lhe ** %  ." "TH *'alk b*> *?. %  /"///vnW limn M PlantaUon Own** ol St K li.'d been spending J short fatalBY THE WAV. By Beachcomber ift.r though I I th j t C" much pf jiM has been show: HT-' Rock, returned home '/iMio/Hir/V.irrii'llrrtM RS. LILLIAN II' and Mrs. IWnu Asittty. i.. %  of th G I) A Churrh. %  rt payMai .1 shorVM< to the Island. Dm ilt be living |l Mr* LI 1 H.M. Ke* Road. St. V... In.m B.C. M ISS CONSTANCE CAMPBELL arrived in ihr coioni l> HW.IA. fnim British Guiana for one month's holiday. She li I'-rk of the Con in*. • %  of B G. and iMn of Dr. W. W ( amp( MM I'mt.-d Kingdom where tw WlU %  bOUr ()mcn\ ill be a repeat performCwirae £ %  _* Mi Robert JaMngh, B.G. Mr Parrt* to the fourth Labour %  HlUon :., the oth weeks' holiday here. She L* frequent victor to the island S URPRISE WM expressed that nothing WDheard ol Evan; •* i.f Aberbananer at thtw -, year's Eisteddfod. *•* *"" on our athletes at HelOn inquiry, I was told "Natal ""*%  M "ihowing the world that %  he X )Q V know how to low." that National Eiatodrtf.-i of w.ii* L: ** would have Apart from that, Mr Evans is on i " ki if !he >' na'• **V •••,*•"• sasdt -The paa which Evans the > ""\ w,m I -! u P po V' ou i %  hlp,r ; Hearse pushed from Llanh.idd* would hove been nbused for not DVfl log pass of Blwtvrsroes an) %  bowing true sponnaaiishir dOWD to Caergammo.-i 1* how on "There lhe> go, winning sm tBOM h.murum adioming ;rie7 '"V* •>(• medals. )ust like any d-*ducaioru.. ''K" ca-. '.nst#ad of biting their Bettvs-v-Coed." 1P ^d lmg.* T;MS/ unrftin\thiiifi In tlo uilh mn OOMETH1NO. says my paper. T HE headline "Sh. P ,1 /> landed with* n plop outside the B\ TapptnsT Thou-rht-Rsy" douse of a scrKWiltesehar in New needs no explanation. ItUaquag* Mwcko Scientists examined It— lion of vibration. By making the a black porous object. They used mlsMl r>.i|.ii\. go 1 :-u*rr counters and all the appartr^nwrlbed in I bsdrtrhda But they could l* ffawgthrsjd • 'ktermlnc whether It was a photographed on wax It> u*ing bil of flying snucer or some other (be ray lo illumin..t. tne subcoodeadly weapon. Then the head of .ould !>• oosslbhto pU) the Institute of Meteoric* showed (on thr bSJSgooQ) I pletwe of the ft to hi5 wife She snvlledjt. and 'hought.* arouse*) l>> Ustanlng to a said: "It's u bit of burned toast pbotegrtgh of a rorido of Couptiio, And it was. will M W.U.HSxwS COM Mm • i dc ""' %  '_ "S4" l,uw *"""" .nrt wil I noine lo Trliud<1 Y " RKllltu^on =rlni. the ,aA w '" %  vln W.nWn. until and //,,„,.,. ,,, ()„„,„ %  riflin -1. minutes of lldil • % %  ,'"" '" V" l"llrf ManaaUw Mndoi .< suphriu '"" l """" 1 '" %  "" %  I "*' ,r > '-"ww" i< -i^iii while Antb<-4 i ,. M tL their recent lour. Queen> Pro !" *, r,hfoJSv J ki x *i/ !" „ n ...'""T ru-i-nly-fii't Hirlhilil\ < >ll.' -: %  •..:! ;.• m ,n rfiv ,in amplona ol ine imM ISf > ENI" PABBI8, dauaiiior *l" nc< "." 1 *""-"< oBaaj on rrl1 facal AgriiT "( Capt. and Mrs F Parrta d y Z 01 Au u It IH b.' %  if Tuaor Hrldfa celebrated lirr ""* mb eren mat the airL' who ciave A/IIT 20 tun. iwenty-nnd Mravbu jealerday. i^^ly trlumed from Trinidad M .. urns MURRAV JJ, S iff,;. I'm^S.."^"? JSSBL "'"%  been uiandlBB etahi t It la hoped that the public will respond and help this deserving cause. Ticket* can be obtained nnri "* rom members of the Team 1 dancing begins at B.30 pm Short IfnlUlay IIL|ISS DAISY FERGUSSON of i "* 'Raven.., Court". Pontabelie returned home on Sunday from rnnidnd where slve had been M>en(iinK a short holulav with her l>n.ti„iM r Wilfi.i Fergusson, Astistjint Att.n-m General f inidari 'roua. gffnih. U.W.I.A. ,,„ Puerlo g*5d ^J*f*Sf HH.. .she was aceoinpariled by #,*;_< a/•• her son Euirl and Ihgy will be rertrml fiml aiding in Boston. IVf" AR 0-'> Sl'KHI.fN ar..i Mrs. Murray's tlrst 1T rived in the Island from visit to Barbados 111 twenty years. Mrtflttquc on Sunday by Family Ifttliilaying 5; w A for ten ,!:, > s huiidav M R. and MRS. CHEN and three ?2£J? children arriv.-l *.rr. fr„ !" _"' c ." B.WI.A for ten isii to the isjaad ->SS %  %  %  '. ,"*..!:""' %  fUit k If mm NICHOIJ£, D on Sunday for two waste* 1 holiday. Mr*. Chen is an %  >f B.W I A. in Trinidad %  L Wortldng. On /lu*inf*n Vigil M R C. A ( Ol'PIN, rorii.erl> iI.',,), • taaJnt. left the I;.K .... f'nr Tun il...-'. of this City rVjf lss JUNK CHEN. nd Mrs. Nleholh ,,f n.U V.ew", 1VI L ., a pher at fb-be.t Thu, pt.iite mn mn tech In hm> Eyt-otflppin, arrived tlie U.k b> m uBona (h. ,ssengers arThis '"• • K"in" 1 uini on s..! Rupert's Spring Adventure—17 life. A, -fwy get I II r"n K '. how.* ihr I ,.p %  ( iMsv I'm to bi -ten by ^*oplr." ht fy>, "ti,ii sWai'i Hup.. 1 MdM| h ,' 111poufi BM ih :.. m r undc.i.t*'.." t .fill %  '1 Bk --, Ml •vr -". *e you v ;-. IWg MJ v Ml heds/ • 1 business visit O'ofgfo. Saturday by hoi Ida .. lint visit here whit S.S. she will spend ni. a guest Crystal Waters. Worthing JAM II % IHtlSS SHOP 1 Next Door lo Sinner's) LINEN SKIRTS WITH HAND EMBROIDERY A small shipment of MEN'S WHITK LINK.N HANUKtRCHIEFS 84c. To clem BUSH LINEN LUNCHEON StTS from J5 UHESSES mad lo order with prompt service ^''^'''•'•'^''''''''•'•'•'•' %  ''••''• •-'''''•'••S.W HIM) n IMI U0 Oll SI I >| ON AUGUST 2STH from < 0 p.m. AUGUST SiTH from 12 lo 6 p.m. \ni AUGUST :HST from I R p ni The Exhibition will comprise a display „f Orchids, Herbaceous border, fernery. Anthurmms, Ron Garden. Rock Garden and Cacti Garden Priieof Admission i|| he 2/. „„d wi „ in< .,, ldl FRKK vUj ,„ hp M 1M .„ m 31 £. Stuart's School of .Dancing REVUEDEVILLE 1952 Under the dislinsuisheil patroBin of His Excellency the Gnvernoi and I^dy Savage AT EMPIRE THEATRE tin Wednesday :ird., Thursday 4th Friday Slh September at S.38 p.m. MATINKK: Friday 5th al S p.m. Mult by Clpt Raison. A.R.C.M.. and Police Band Hooking Office opens Friday. August 29(h from t.llll a.m—12 noon; from 1.30—3 30 p.m. oaaaaiutVK READKK ALWAYS BIT ll< II IKS al S. P. C. K. BOOK DEPARTMENT r. r. iiAiimsov % ca^ LTD. (1st Floor) Hove you placed your orders for: — Churchill's Memoirs Vol V "Closing the Ring" Neville Shuie'a "FaY Country" Hachel Carson's "Uuder the Sea Wind"? ( (lMl'l.KTE WORKS OF OSCAR WILDE (Including Imporlance of Beintf Earnest | FRESH WATER TROPICAL AQUARIUM FISHES (New Publication) THE STRUGC'.LE FOR EIIROPfi Chester Wilroot (New supplies) THE LIFE U TIMES OF KINi; GEORGE VI OUR YOl iPict.mal Life Story) A SAILOR'S ODYSSEY Viscount Cunningham BOLIVAR Salvador de Modanimi i.i i •• a %  < %  i*n -ri\ III'IMT l-i Xo*t* IW-i-r• -. -I. i MI a i inn HUMAN i I11 !• IN ( III* rtafcati • MI* ir* "i "VI o N - r i, %  ••'fs m !" "" N,m -mil AND r t SBTH S*B*I risaai OWVBVB /AMKA • :.n.i n -lnr 1 IW\NO ...**., .1 !•--. %  -Wf**l 'V,. It Rr-rlal SStalOai MI.I^II%  I Dl SA1 •" -I. OllSXIom SB 'I Mil-• 4-IKI ROXY %  Sat a l*-m*M* t a %  < hi. i ruihbon* \... I Niar I.' liKI -' "I hill i .m > 'I.IMIMOON wtlh 1-S. r"il"l N IN l and Mill \ III -I I ItOTAL '|T-asf a T*-raiar>> in sura < aa BIG CARNIVAL XL* Noiacovrs *AN aMId *II i \n i. ix SaLVKBAOO tlh William nw.ni. Oioii. H.rr, 5KJ* Niaal BtTii* % %  TO sn r" StBTTHlf ma Mac v...rnaiidait <* %  :!.. n O i ii lg s.i W. VNOTIIXa SJAM'S l-nl-.i' %  umviiir lBaf—t dOU oalyba & hadad -aaaargancy. The eflart ol W-BtVdaubie of One Spade %  U- above d*l ••* >*, suggaat the winning liaa or play *-• iteuUi in his nn*. contract of Four Spades South ruffed the -.hira Club lead and drew on* superior trump kB*Tu> snii pcevfloi turn froso maltin a T earty paw. hOw*ver. 1ndicatd that west bad SSS%?!U17. < BS£ 3p*4> On thtii awump'.ion Sout). plaj-ed, on Hearw a: trtck S. retain ina O J Dummy. *n move by E*-" couid Oian be countatyd; he rufi* Lhe fourth Heart, [or instance South decline* •h* over-rufT and dlararof. it ^^/ t o-STARS' an j VDf7 il For Wf-dfacwlay. AugUM Tl, 1952 ^ Look In the BBCIIO*. in which your birthday coroe* Fflnd what yoar outlook is. aoeordinx to th* s*ara. ^T atarsh 21—April % TADRoa Aaril 21—May OEMIKI May 21 Jaw OAatOB Jan* —July 1 *P" &f LEO Jaly 84—Jbag. I* leapond readily to systematic effort jL. I* T1KUO Does Television Corrupt Youth? Waahiiwton Aus ZS Representatives of major radi and television networks an testify next month when House Investigators resume bearings to determining whether certain programiitea are corruptina; American youth. Chairman Oren Harris of the House Conunemj Subcommittee said that wit^ nesees also will include spokesmen of the Federal Communications Commission and the Umi.-i Btates Brewers' Foundation. Some congressmen have criticized the networks for carrying beer commercials, crime snows, and programmes with sexy costume* and allegedly questionable language. Hearing will be resumed (September i when the National Aaaociatton of Radio and Tele. vision Broadcasters will complete ^1 it* estimony. The inventlgatiot will move to New York on Sep_ ten ber 2S. when representatives. • of the National Broadcastinjf Compar and the Columbia Broadcastinn system and National Film Council will testify. New Bagasse Paper Mill For Argentina BUXNOS AIRES. A newsprint mill capable of producing 3U,000 tons of sugar a year and using sugar cane bagasse as raw material will be built in Tucuman Province, Argentina, shortly. Tucuman Is Argentinn'>: leading augar-produdng province Artificial silk will be a by-product of this newsprint Industry B.C. P. RUSSIAN MAGAZINE CONDEMNS "FOREIGN". NAMES FOR CHILDREN Th,.. MO ?f OW. Aug. 26 The Literary Gazette condemned the practice of giving girls foreign names like Isolde. Eldorado. Slcanor. Ar.nlia, Eaela, and boys Bdward, Arthur, Alfred, Henrv. Harry. Emil. It said that some parents seeking originality named their children "Radlols" or "Elcctrication". Another Ivan Peto It demanded the elimination of the practice of some parents of naming their children contrary to lhe spirit of Russian names, which 1* mockery, and Insisted on the use of well-known natural names like Nina. Tampan*. Love, Helena Irnlna, Sophie. —OJ. LISTENING HOURS %  apt M oct sa %  OORPIO Oct. 24—Vor 8S %  AOITTAmrUH %  TOT. U— D*c. 22 OAPKIOOM Dec. IS —Jaa. 21 intci > tt intelligent, cautious^ need to overreach, however. • • • Muc.i the saoic as for Aries, except that.** 2Q your personal affairs arui regular occupational duties have more rs-rweous Venus; raft jL fc Calm. aool jilanning ,mi bargaining ** e*|iet,jilly with twcn*l, r--al e^ate. oon>M* tractlng. Is urged for quicker, more satisfactory results. • A* If at work in conference or i vacation. 13 be mindful of health as well as getting %  illy with business Reason calmly dk be happy. • • .. Advice to Cancer can bt. benettcial to you if and. hke that Sign, you can help make H a productive ix-nod by i-elng cooperative. * • Soroa days are best for retreiiching, keep ng jmbition tightly reigned; other days^^ .ire for all-out venture. Today asks B*** shrewd combination of both You can be of great assistance to commu!" nity interests now by lending sound advice; also by doing more than just your tasks ^ Work well with others. ••> * OverJoing at some periods and a too lax^. iittitude at others will cause strain. It's*T a baneflc day rightly managed, and YOU t .ii do that. a • • • Finances, bids, contracts, eve n small promises should l>e handled with cautiim. Moneys gains are indicated Re watchful, sincere*T • • uicounigmg uspects: be reapon^ive out-V Don't^ AQUAJtirjB Jan. 22 — ?*b. 20 PlfKES f*b. 21— March -'0 have no unnecessary onitielv worrv: do your best and keep smiling flood day on whole. ^_ * * l*romptncs^^ llvitlea. social Interests. • • a> seemingly intricate matters, difficult propositions will succumb to sensible direcUbn IT you have faith In your ability and gosd. forward to achieve. ~ _, YOU HORN TODAY: A Leo-Virgo combinations of charoc-^ r>teristlcs and possibilities the Sun just having left the Sign*T Leo You are scrupulous about manners, dress; are kindly, tust, innately dependable. Overcome tendency to be ttmld pt about cnpabilitio You h.'ivi much talent. Many blessings)*' ahead Birthdate: Jo* Reed, Secy, to Geo Washington; Sophia Smith, founder Smith College: Theodore Dreiser, novelist (Coar,right. IM*. Kins F-atares Svndleage. Inc.) !" K ••••••*•* y> PLAafA THEATRH RRIDGETOWN % %  CAlRp |i(T ROAD" 'CAVALRY* SCOUT" *>.i CAMi-atuN iCam -p..i.i iia. i i n nu\|i WAKSI V BARBARRFS mm sii*> i i-i | thaws 1>-a*i 4 "i ana • • m UNION STATION EAGLE AND THE HAWK ITS ar*t*l I %  V MM OP SAN II NN \N uitaid WOODS i BI H MIOT _J*cK LA RUB r. IWnlyi OIN11N IMal at*4 4S a %m as %  THE SAXON CHARM Hiilwrl M.-i.lB"'i*r> Alfrr.l llilc>i.<-SHADOW OF A DOUBT Tm I rM., (I 14) a II Mt.MT -im in III HI IS K..WH NrWTON A now* o.s ill M MBILL RM41 UrDOWAL LET'S BE BEACHCOMBERS sn,i r %  1. El-T Mtivnan* Choir*. S *ft p m Think n* Thlnaa S p m Scntu.h Mafn. IS p m My Kind of Mule. 6 d E m Spnru Rm4-Dp ,ind Programmi .->..•> T p m The staw*. T 10 p n> i N*w* fram Hi'i.i: -l** at t sast. si KM 1 AT THE BEACHCOMBER DANCE _.r W*l kn*lP. 7 4.% All ItaV lllgm Radln Tfrw.r**! W (im SldliTicm < %  ( Account. • 45 BI lnleHuoa. B S5 p m Tram II... IIIDI-UI*. B p m ThBapprn. 10 p m New* 10 lo p in New* Tlfc. i >* n. Mid an. Tali, Third Pro*i 'Pl GLOBE MB** and TOMOKKOYV 4.45 and SM p.m. Itll/iS Mil APS MAN Johnny WEISMULLER — Maureen OSULLIVAN AND Illlll llllllll D4U4.II I LB Rod Ruth CAaaUtON ROMAN George Robert MONTCiOMtHY RYAN OPENING FRIDAY. AUGUST TH 5 and 8.30 p.m. Cr m m a m 0mn6Sw!.



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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, 1HZ BAKBAD0S ADVOCATE New Freedom Given To UNDRESSING ON THE London Sugar Trade PAGE THREE LONDON. AUR 20 BRITISH sugar refiners will be allowed, as from October 1, to buy for themselves the need for their export trade. This concession, granted by the Ministry of Food, is regarded in London as a liist step towards restarting the Migar market. The quantity of sugar involved is not large—about 250.000 tons a year. It will not be sufficient to warrant the opening of the London terminal sugar market since it would make the market too narrow to be reliable. BoM M Mrtkrct mtrpf ts Ervgfeh cttttom Wmt M Iheatrttoen arr ifriidink' Il facCCM V a i a 1 1 r 111 umW ImCa'mUhaei w the nrv \*e %  Carmtcka-'i* met U iimtW' — deoesds tot at tm ece v %  Min(b on ihlad thml nearly ererm%  me f oas tone o* another BEACH 4 Stresses Made On CVealth Solidarity Bui the step narks a substantial beginning towards a return to complete freadom and the I* opening of the market. If London is to be restored at the commercial centre of the world. It la vital for this market to re-open. "We can now confidently look forward to the day when the price of the sugar they now sell to the the London "Times". Ministry of Pood will be bought Among the stresses he mentions, direct by refiners. which, he says, amount to a seri"The question remains," comous crisis in Commonwealth hls• %  >•*• London Dally Teletory and pose urgently the quesKrsph. whether the total oonlion of its solution, is the dollar sumption of the refiners should stress, which places an awkward not have been returned to private barrier between Canada and oth irade instead of merely that part used in the export trade. Tharhas always been a difference of opinion in the sugar trade whether it would be worth while to press for freedom while the home trade is subject to rationing and to subsidles." Pressure on the U-K. Government to discontinue rationing of sugar continues as strong as ever. Many people now believe that sunVk-m sugar could be made available for the British housewife to have as much as she wants, particularly in view of the hug.crop in Cuba this year. Some well-informed quarters in Ixndon believe that the Government is preparing to take con, fectioncry off the ration soon. An 0lcCes indication that bears out this "~ belief is a curious small concession made-to airline passenger*. Passengersleaving Ixmd British airliners will now be able to buy unrationed sweets before bourdtng their 'plane—after thev have passed through the customs battier. Another step In th< commodity trade to its normal commercial channels has been taken in the case of coflee. which may now be Imported privately to „ _ _. r of Food Docks In Trinidad bers of the Common w There is also, he continues, tin European stress, "which tends lo emphasise Britain's military and economic unity with the European Defence Community, rather than seeking it within the Commonwealth." and the economic stres*, "imposed by necessity after the >t war. which Involved the United ^^uon ndviser to Manchester Kinitdom. under the General C1(v Councl [ to go to Jamaica on Manila Floods Claim 9 Lives MANILA, Aug. 2 Surging flood waters which ran •mast deep through large sections %  >r VI.mil.i left nine persons dMd and f.iur missing on Tii< V fourteen ats* i> ikxidx. fed by heavy rains MI cvninil Luzon, washes! aws> .••-turn snd paralysed tiaastpwan. -IIJ. Eight Killed In Restaurant Fire SAPPORO Japan, Aug. Eight persons, unhiding seven girts were killed and twenty-two nrd in a pie-dawn fire i'y's largi-i oatour . Cuban FoUtician Vin-Hlt-il HAVANA. Aug. 2f> Millo OCsWa, l'i..nt> was uirestid j>y nullhrrnov after rttiisnvkttoa broadcast at Station L'My on J piogranune "Helots Ochoa during the secuawd l*resid*nt 'Uturta of swindling putkUc fund? .. % %  . %  *•..: i• %  v %  ml.t n..' • HI power neat year when an • baai Wat PsssVd Bl indicated i .\ the rlalista Government woul.i %  ..vorlhiuwu.—liJ". lYUV.t.V $ DOWN NEW YORK, August 28, The Canadian dollar was down al a pram per cent in term* of United States funds in the closing uf Foreign Ext-hanje deahngs today. The pound starling up lit S2-78 .. In Montr.-.il th.. L'niled States Masai lasts) closed at a discount of 3 I per cent in terms of Canadian funds, up from i ..* %  that is. it took MA cents Canadian to buy $1 American Tin' pound sterling. 12.67 H IS up W from Friday —O) £ ChairnwnAppointed For Edu^ationaJ Sniinar In Jamaica Fasten Windows Se<'ur<-lv If Hurriciuio Comes LONDON. Aug. 19. The British Council has arranged for Mr. N. G. Fisher, chief under the Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, in limiting our freedom to gran imperial preferences." Mr. de Chair comments. "Al these factors added together an imposing fissiparous tendencies oi the Commonwealth structure lhemi 'hlch could very well shake It to |Lj n appreciated — August 30 to act aa Chairman of the Adult Education Seminar to be held at Kingston. Jamaica during the tin* three weeks of September. The seminar which has as its the role of adult educathe Caribbean is being SUVA, FIJI, August 20. VALUABLE hints on how to minimise damage to property during hurricanes have been issued by Mr. C\ N. Nettletoti. the Government An hileci of Kni, as a result of observations he made after a disastrous hurricane struck the island last January. Main cause of superficial damage, he found, was the failure'of fastenings of doors, windows and shutters. Hinges and casement stays had KNVl which wenbadly rusted and weakened, or screwed into timber that had rotted. The holes into which the bolts of barrel bolts were shot may have been badlv formed or become enlarged with constant If not appreciated and orgaiused with UNESCO aid by use counteracted. the Extra-Mura^ Department of Th oaBUfaoo feature. *.y t blow through the openings al -I, w ^ m A?V^ !" l^u a h the University College of th^r West M| p,-,,,,,,,^ b lno ufflcullv llt : ., ,,u .f ,he w.m, nf tne shacks, mT !" U J L L !"!" ^In^ In ndlft, nd w '"„Si K ^^.o,^ **M"* s m windows and fanl.iereb> equalising to some extent will depend on its !" !" P l "* v n delegates .from British.and nonu< (|| r( (|o ^ t|) . £&* and SatlasAs on H2L2ist Sfc tf"Ag B lUsh t Car S b V^L l I^r Mr have to Infastened for n..rmal the dwellings i£„ monwealth States. The difficulties I w .lose of the seminar. Mr. „„_„_,_ n(i f. 1 lUl rhH an i in the w, of reder,,ion .„ no rirtM will hclur. on .dull c-lu^— "" '"'"*•> """> „,,„„„, mucl „ lll „ luw „ clul ^ doubl tormldablo. bul not nreesctfon on bfhall of th,' British —"• hurrlcan.hv Hvio SSm rtly ^l.r today th,.,,tho council 'I' !" "'","> *""£*: Con^nu-ntl, .clve co.t. „, Nctlcton SigSuTtlu.! U which once confronted the foundreturning to the Unltcl Kmiptom o( p-lnl ovur Uw woodwork. i,i (1 ii. u p .ueaa roof* mwlil return of "J'„ ,he Hr"VS. S ^!l?^JTrn, "" %  e %  September hlne. fuUnino -nd boll, clol w proUetod by a pr>pct w.ll recently, of the Commonwealth | u> lh< worldn ,„* alld mAe u .„ round „ lh „ ho .|„rt eannot 11 n rwiI"mo.! difficult—nd perhaps Ime; ,l vt under the ,-oil., of en. puMble in the time aUowed after u ^.,t, H i nio rinK Iron or lift any the final hurricane warning—to ol ,f r f lirtll „[ ma tenal with whi.-i, cloae up a bulldniK properly. ui.* raflK is covered. He lay. thai •There U a tend.my to attach „„ j.„ im ,e la known lo any roof PUS *! 1, m"i"i. win !" uans. mall addlUona. unwl „, |„ lap ei all round. Korean government oniclal. will hadeSi extensions of eavea and begin moving back into the war rim „, r |e,t ur e. U. .. building in torn capital of Seoul nexi %  . ^ chM|> % mintxr u p^Milv and reliable source sa.a " n "".{. without sufficient care to ensure —re-.— - !" ...in ,n nomc ." r-.-v.~n-... — •-—-—-;..^ source saia flllss."'.. Hf_ that these extensions cannot b.needs up to 1>M and the trade b l M B r cw M "*"" OI th move < Seoul nexl W— %  b „ „ „ •. e..nluiue Mr Is being Invited lo import the handing over of U.S. berthing first part of a pl.n to "J? !" Nenlelon balance The Ministry will dlsfacllilies to the Trinidad Governthe capita) !" V !" !JrK!E.r^7 -Onra an eaves egtenslon poof Its atocl. ovVr a perlou menl. which h paid .250.000 four tune, during the Korean war ob ^ m ^_ *^ v ~ wll i, ^ SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC 'n Carlisle Bay %  r—., Amh. Vl< I. ,lu s vii ITnllnl : *- < UK-IVII. 1.I1 n i -it An s s Briixc -eh %  s niosigiphrT. Id V Jonhlno Rorl*, %  s avaaMnt KPAKtiaas Wantaa IM J •••< i Stmoell *RMI\ \l MONDAY. ISTH Alt. (is) P Bmiao-. sVv Lasa a i'..m .... %  !*. i-....i. ii,.., I 1 in -I ad purenasea. This Is the first of series of steps which will progreMiv.lv free the UK eoffe. trade over the next two years The Ministry has contracts with Colonial coffee producers for th'' supply of about half of home Seoirt* To Be Re-oocupied M DShl M Mnllfv 1 To Be Increased PORT-OF-SPA1N. Commercial decking facilitie i Port-of-Spain will be increased The I.II.P. not exceeding 24 nths. —B.IT-P. has for them.—B.U-P. 22 Indiana St mU u v intTM-aii Fjiriniug likely to be ripped ioquently noceasary fi It Is I all extenFirst Caribbean Storm Of Season Located g if/ f /'rili:g<"/< slons to lw rlxed properly In the Cunant AnnOUnCeS £>• % •/. \J* ! % %  ' same manner as they would havt LIVERPOOL. Aug. series of six dollar-earn MIAMI. FLORIDA, Aug. 26 The season*s flnst tropical storm to show hurricane-like indication^ whipped the Atlantic with a 45 mile per hour wind in the Caribbean area. A navy hurricane hunter plane found signs of the circular movement of hurricanes in a vast squally area moving west-north-westward at about 14 in.p-h The weather Bureau said that it had received no fresh reports from the area this morning, tut said that previous observations Christmas and New Year Indicated that llic storm is "slowly to the Caribbean. On January intensifying."—U.P. and January 21. she leaves H York again < and 14 days. The Msurrtania beg sunshine cruises from New York ^ xtn ^son of West Indies cruislo the West Indies and South )n( wltn an is-day pleasure iimoci-naiiuu America are planned for Cunard voyage, which starts from New more %  £ %  > Steamship Co.. Ltd.. from iti bean cruux-. and concludes IUM Lh.-erpool office. Three will be series with a 19-day cruise leavB littdinl be made by the 34,000-ton Carsni and three by the 3.000-loi. M mrrUnia. well known to West Indies cruise passengers. The CsronU •vhen she sails i December 23 %  pen* the from New Yora ing New York on March 14 Among ports to be visited by the two ships are Nassau. Kingston. Bridgetown. Port-of-Spam. fit. Thomas. Curacao. Cristobal and Havana. A varied programme of shipboard activities under the WASHINGTON. Aug. M. Twenty two of India's top ngrlulturc officials began a twononth study of American farm ,"grammes and jiollcies Mondny been had they rormed part uf a u meeting with f.-.ieral farm eaof 10 well-built structure Garages and perls. The visit which will Include outhouses should be constructed al -.tops at agricultural centres In six her permanent buildings" Stales in part of the Indian government's programme to boost the '<* fi>od output and raise the living • lards in India's 500.000 rural <>f \ illagcs The trip is being fln-as .meed by the Ford Foundation. %  oncieie or stone, Mr. Nettletor. —P.P. continues. It is not reaso n able, \, warns, to assume that a tlmhciframed structure will be less bVan .-. .. , seriously damage*' by hurricane MAIL NOTICE winds If it has been standing I %  • %  80 years of thereabouts. AMEBM '"S-" .' Commenting on the f* I th.it „,;,'„„ uSEm* ^a laoatraal "^ many fllmsilv-built shacks 'ur;• M a i-..i. MWISMI *IM ... vlved the January hurricane In '"• <*"• %  Pos 0 K Boce ami S A I M I I..1 TtnwnAv is-ni AI 01 M w (-i..m. 1 ,1. 1. iiiaiii..uu-. it KM,IM \ Nawisan M Lsraon. g La w s D 1 ll.d.m M M...... I ii.i.ni...i 1 .'.-in.-...,, r Kn >.t I > I..14.4 MONDAY. STH AOUUSIT FOR THE BEST IAtTt-MIM SILVE2 &T1K' C0N60LEUM INSIST ON SILVER STAR SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES "KEEP EM FLYING'' DANCE AT THE CRANE HOTEL SAT. 30th August TO THE TUNES OF "KEITH CAMPBELL" and HIS "SOCIETY SIX" and "THE JUMPING JACKS STEEL BAND" featuring our own Hi.XC ml *.• CAHIBBEAX BE YOUR OWN MASTER OF CEREMONIES |L=c Our Workshop Department only will be closed from 1st to 14th September both days inclusive, for Annual Vacation. Customers are kindly requested to note this and arrange their work accordingly. "I It PHOGHAMMES EHOM A HOItl.lt OE I Alt 11 T f SHOWS OX A PHILIPS Variety RADIO-PLAYER II-1 Prlarr* lor takv llol<-< llail-f •m* llarII..*• Skirt Sapper included Dress Optional ADMITTANCE— $2.00 Prise for HOTTEST SKIRT and HOTTEST SHIRT LADIES' WATERMAN'S PEN f. 1 wnatwl by T Geddes Grant Lid. "Wit" TOSCX PERPVMEIxmated b> J. A. Marson It Son. Ltd 2 CaseHEINEKEN-S BEER—Donated hy K. R Hunt* L*.. One Case of RUM—Donated by J N. Goddard & Sons. One LUCAS BICYCLE I AMP— !>nnaied by C. F. Harrison* & Son. One LADIES SKIRT—Dona ted by Medcru Drass Shoppe. and many others for man and women. A LADY'S BATHING SUIT—Donated bv N E Wilson S. Co SDC (6) ELITE SPORT SHIRTS. Once again PHILIPS offers a variety of models, with a variety of Features at a Variety of Prices. YOUR DEALERS MANNING & CO. LTD. IMF'.RHEAD.



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r M.I F MI ; KMtll MMf. WIWH Ml WEDNESDAY Al'GUST 27. 152 BARBADOsJi ADVOCATE r...V;_ ii p v ril*M4 Ik* A..< iiln,-.d\. AIIBUSI 27. I.".2 MOST | IT Win.K th* w.-U-bci.u oJ West In..... !n5S P a, %  Hural workers in the United States srluj US UiH^i **.r Aitk has been receiving the attention of the Regional Labour Board no progress appears mads locally towt i m of recruiting and transporting taboun 'nl States for season .il work Much confu-. exists locally about seasonal labour m the United States. Some people still believe ruitmtat for the United States II made from among the unemployed and that because of existing unemployment anv action to relieve it must be supported '%  ' %  li1 *'' l.mnVh Mich ii im and if necessary subsidised by the government. In fact bcifMuw of the rlgorou %  mis set by the United States' employers only the healthiest of Barbados' young men in the prime of life are selected by the employ* i i who visit the WW Indies cadi year for tins purpose. Year after year the employers sclrei manv recruits from among those who have held previous temporary employment in the United States. Some Barbadians have been accepted on five separate occasionfor work in the United States: others I been selected three times and many have gone more than once. Some go more than once under assumed names. There is no shortage of persons wanting to go to the United States, and the fact that so many return after one period of engagement shows that those who go arc aiudOUl to avail themselves of the linanci.il induce menls which are offered. Obviously the government of Barbados ought to welcome a scheme which permits hundreds of able-bodied persons to work for wages which are far in excess of most local remuneration The average wage paid to seasonal workata in the United States is about $65.04) B.W.I per week or more than one thousand dollars for three montlis. In an island where the average peasant holder is estimated to earn $480 per annum, one visit to the United States on a 3 month contract will be equivalent to far mure than one year's increment from peasant fanning Small wonder that there should always be more persons wanting to take temporary jobs in the United States than there are jobs to be filled. Under these conditions the governments present policy of subsidising temporary migrants who cannot find employment in the United State* for a period long enough to permit refund tag i>( all their passage money to the local government seems unfair and unwise, how< vr! well intentinned it may appear at first sight. The government's unemployment policy ought to be directed not towards a selecl thousand or more of its most able-bodied young workers but towards the unemployed part of the community. No accurate records of unemployed are kept. If it ts found that all the United States' requirements of recruits from Barbados can be obtained each ye.n from paraoni who are willing and able to pay their own travelling expenses to and from the United States then the thousands of dollars which are annually expended on subsidising seasonal labour to the United States will be saved for schemes designed to help genuinely unemployed persons who have no chance of passing the rigid standards of the United States selectors. II Hie assisted workers were recruited from among genuinely unemployed persons or from among the poverty-stricken the government clearly would have no option but to pay return travelling passages for such workers. But the fact that hundreds of thousands of dollars are remitted to Barbados each year from the seasonal labourers in the United States and that each worker during his stay in the United Statehas between $80.0Q and $90 00 to Spend every month on himself (after all deductions have been made for compulsory laving*, board and lodging and transpoitution funds) shows how far seasonal work en are from poverty as it is understood locally. When it Is realised that year after year workers, whose savings from one tour of seasonal labour in the United Slate.. raised them to economic l<\eN far fibovt thoee of (he white-collar workerol Brid town, have their return passagenub %  by the government, the unfairness of Ihe present "assisted' 1 migrator) leheme is evident It would seem that the quota of workers alloued to Barbados each year by the employers of the United Slates could be filled by workers who are prepared and whose' financial position permits them to pay the full %  lr travelling to sno from the United State The workers in the United States have not been slow to require the establishment of Liaison Officers and the activities of the labour Board are mainly conned to look after their well being in the United States Una is u LI should be, hot the taxpayers of Barbados and the D unely uncn-i ire entitled i<> considerati Above All Nations llu mani.lv ii? i > cess %  •(.'Mill llll-ill. -.S ' %  of y.Kiiii; : <.untr>and I p the UB| a new M the Natlona I %  King men C*!*lhln coo%  co mpUlMdi K* a matin of fart, remarkable thlnva haw be-11 accomplished^ kind of rluh had bean brmjuni tofVhbtr by a aa had I%  RtpJV m Ii. 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r OoMaopoUtaii ending, they would N On* Of Ih' .i common had made wilh If* ing Woodrow Wilson. Llonal contact* of many race* and creeds. Today the Unit rmght eventually lead to pcrma, . ... prepents perhapa the beet current %  and %  world1 becaim I.K i ... ,., r „,e unification of the wide mumaUl! ..I Hort towan! %  -menota chaplci wol]d „„) „,,„, of | U %  common a mo-' stall members and enthuslnmc dertake lo n* "' in.-ln.le Dr. Ralph Bunche, Maunit .-.-.I with K(llll a| [i urrri;i< pimiri Mrtrnmore than th.* univei tMtduetOI of the New -. Itiilhanrmnir Orchestral. ThenIHiU. i-|>rsa-iitlng mi. KM .oi .: % %  i llghlful Ind m • Ml • rlta %  i i...• I i a club, so they could meet ana I .us. II Iii eavhanfa I...-. bacogna In.-ndsi ung people would some"' llldia! 1 "an im Hand Ji In their respccli. (il Who could ICll what insight into liftin Sot.'i %  ht n 'lilt? ca. I I (IN little group was dlUy la-foi'lh.il tin i" 'I under 11Mnum.of Iba %  rtel ft* II "' %  • •-.n. Many In the same woild. -, undergraduates leam"> cimlnc-. ware i!-d. lo their surprise. Ihat student n the II i.-i %  %  -h'l' rhe Udenl of the -on llv.lv and AM are Ol like themselves; that meroher. • InvtraatT'.l... I enrrj "i %  win The magnlllcent ideal of comng companion. • '''• --'v;" : •• OHd on thai grips the Man. of these foreign students many coiiiiluillions of people today. had been lonely. N. !" lla-v lli.i.lu-liuu ThW lhrough.it the earth and nppren aile pueable -.h inav oast much to Ihat little %  latlon often the) re.-eiv.sl ionthe elT.ffls of thai little Kroup Ol group of college students who. ,.-.,(Id in Unaol i,..o ro ICVtaluta m H03. M -ig". determined lo make ing coldness of a 'j. .,_„ ,,,a... i •"> '"'"' '" br ln """", -,,. |.„,,| turned into warmth Through the-li-i.-ialsliip. I .r their meat dream. nan learned a i .., ,.!,-.,. once expressed. kiioaii IS-IOMOne ....^.esses nil enormous potential Indian fiiend laughl me how to Having met personally and make -in excellent curry, and apeiil lH ^ mr friends with people Irani 0 „„„.. 1 ''" ,l 1 * l,u all the nallnna of the earth aa the fealty. iw.'in the !.-..,liiiii memlienhlp In the of Ihe Koran and ah. !" I "' ...mopolllan Club, 1 am not al Bible. Ini.uii.. -ralile iiiivoi.lerM d| „„, v ed at the Idea of II rlandln] ipoverlhe Jh] ( „ (r | d government as 1 l.-.i lank) Kuan a H IL|(h .jherwlse have bee: WHO WILL CARItV THE SWORD? Thr Lord Chamberlain provides %  Coro, nation Headache . (By EPHRAIM HAKIXASTUt) BY tradition the Lord Chamberlain alwn\>l hands the Sword of State to the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Coronation ceremony. Among the glittering pomp Ins role U but a tiny jewel. But for two months now it has caused much behind-the-scenes activ.ty. It is anexample of the minute way in which the Coronation is planned. Since 1938 the Lord Chamberlain, who is also responsible for the censoring oi all plays, has been Lord Clarendon, friend and confidant of the Royal Family. THE GOLDEN VOICE M'RSERY RECORD BOOK" tell* th* story with Song* and Mutic on a gramophone record to help you read it in the Book. &f ADVOCATE STATIONERY Edward Albertal .r Antrim ..nd many other people whose 1 n-ir rrspt-rt.v<. has done much "> *"i .uruRiUHMwll of internalloniil I uiv T-i lirt all of their name'' would require many pages. TJiey race, rfliglon and i".litioal tcmp-rainent. DUl Ml Of IhtOl h;ivl--ii in*pirvt by ihe valuable IMKNU they learned !l reuah their Ooamopolitan Club lontacta They have never aban-, i lorgoMen the Club's; motto. "Above all nations is humanity." KITCHEN HELPS 0 SKYLINE KITCHEN SETS • FRENCH FRY CUTTER — ONION YEO. CHOP'S! %  COFFEE MILLS MINCERS In Three Slira % EGO WHISKS — ELECTROPLATED TEA STRAINERS • DRAIN RACKS — ASBESTOS STOVE MATS C. S. PITCHER & CO. P. 4472 welcome. Gladly they auberibad to lha club Abovt ri ii naUona i*. I Ii mn .. truth they ail oould %  uniM' .iiui accepta in .i amrld 'I num than yvo i.'limns nf paoptoi how oould a tiiy group <-f college .ttiKlents bopa in tetrotuUoiuaa men thinking? n w ama d utterly im An accident on the playing fields of Eton left Bertie Clarendon walking with a stick. I He would thus be unable to hold the heavy. 3.Mnch-.ong sword. So officials studied the Coionation proce dure to seek a way round. There was none. The Lord Chamberlain's role was minutely examined. How long would he hold th*.' sword? How many steps would he take? Doctors were consulted. But they ruled that the Lord Chamberlain could not play h.s part fully, even for a short while. So at 75 Lord Clarendon is bowing before the unyielding demands of ceremonial. Un less a solution is found, he will retire to make wav for a younger man. DINNER COAT Like-n golden magnet Cannes is drawing many of London's young socialites south. Setting the pace is debutante Sarah Chester She is taking a party to jcin her father. Alfred Chester Beatty junior, aboard his yacht Cheeni III. %  culture of Portknow th.it |t>plp whnw l laarnad <>' •' au-Prtnce. I dttCUMed pubUi langungcs ar* different fftoooUtaa Club wan h'"b proMeir. tially m kind. ,n. SppUeaUoM ror '" J"MB; A b "\ l ;^ %  <*n*d. from inten-stci ntudthe South Bea isUn.w_ i->itW>t %  N .. country. lire ; Willllil u* who have had thtM opuuitunities to meri people fnv,., Thauka lU W(ir thc earlh havo hrfpw, t„ U rrlendl .f other ^^ h( w ,^, IT ,. nn rndless braadv and c ^ am thal operate* not only in nut than Th.I loaded .1 %  ii Hi/ill limn >i"i .nunI-. me decided. In order to how ... i . -. keep ;. balance, that thc member, he d bin would ba bnissd to 0ib "";' l > A,nfru "V mnl Amerlean itudanta and "'">•• t """ |V '' f ;; '-X,; -"din. 2 K1W5S &"but in every Isnod eaauaa %  lamand, g"*" '';'• ; "•" S ountry ... the ^., it i ..-unhid,gradual.students, %  """' ,t •eouUw' "' %  cause of thla growing feeling of tacuUi inamban ami alumni. ,n,,r w "v international brotherhood that Even ,,n oampu nemban were That is all very line, one might the United Notions exlsU. One ,, tad The .inly membership say. but what *;ix.d had all this day all strife between men shall ..fHiirenumi was a sincere deairo accomplished? Since the organibe endtd and the principles of 10 participate in the movement HUOD Ol the (list Cosnuipolitan K'""1 established everywhere in oward world brothwhood. Club in 1903, have there not been the worldThe Cosmopolitan l:n idea spread lo uther tun w.uld -,u: and talk of a Club is dolnK much toward thai •olleges. In a few years new third? Have the men of the end. \Viou th .etwen thm of the historical arliclw. appomtment or Lord t ..ml-.-i MM %  /'V'''' • of a thought-provoking <•"';'. ' >f' V S2I1222! >" 1 "" "• **£> * know, comes ris. -This West Indian Culture.' M t oi st.ti.ti',, mil t ...niH .,,. i. ,,„. u .. u crih p ^ tomorrow '* n colleetlng notes on prm-ed himseir t.. i-.tu .. herald worlf| |-.„i.U-imeie School and would '''' architect of the Km.m. ipation .-, n* attantkNI to an apparent InA.t to I* followed Kn by Bishop accuracy by John IMrieaux und.-r Otaarld^i will 'SUvery In your ls*iw af I would also like to jefer "John 'iiiiii.> \ueutt ioth. par. '£. "Lord 1'iidoaiix" to the article I asm founded his charmere School, Growth and Devwl;iv school for free coloured chilopment which appeared In th' inn m 1818 Also this school is Barbados Advocate, of 18th Fcbimi confined to coloured children ruary. I9S2. alone, for many whit.men m thu. Yours faithfully. ny own Combermere as j HOPS. Ibal) alma mater." .Xnwrtt'iui FvflMam In 1818. %  school am founded : r children of ex-slaves in Bridej„ tt p Editor, the Adrocalc, town. This was Ht. Mary J SIR.—First, lot me stale llrmrnUry School started U.mug.i v „ ur i,l an d, which we are visiting w." to Ibrta *'f Ucut. lAignrd. R.A. (or the third time, is one of thc courM she uicfc 'ihe Church Missionary Society loveliest spots Is the hUTltnrhirr f Finally, you uv Idea so worshipped .... teenager; bring new Ideal Into the house' says a splash advertKomfnt, 'they break Ihe ice of old habits' ... get nowhere here We like our ice We can't help wondering If the British girl in her teens, who you claim Is so superior to the American Teenager, becotiMg the Mother to in an advertisement whose family Is -dicited to buv her a bottle of Gin for her birth1 .L dav Perhaps she ran use some of that th,. above mentioned "we like our n. Unless, of it lukewarm. MRS AMERICAN. Thv Crnnv lU-uch i ihtad the sum of £100 a year The beaches arc beautiful, the acnr salary of the Master. Many ro mmodalions convenient and the i i iK-st exhibitioners from hospitality gracious. he elementary schools to ComIn a spirit of curiosity, however. To th,Editor, (Ac Adcocatr .md Harrison College &f feel compelled to Inquire whv sili. Who will ave tl .. pupils of St Mary's. I un'our parvr • anU-Anaik Lorrlaa Ol coral sand are IP old pupil'interest 9Mawnfai rei wnt ifthecapl ,, ,,. al lho I school is shown b> U HD 01 the 1 S.A .of thre<' to the hour and Ih* Bprlng** T>i >pic,d and our carted away to other narbTof th* Fund fb*arraUonal fa IIMM siiotil.i be Uumd. Th* bvach toaow in places atn 3 „ onsidn, \-neri,hrea f,-ct below tk* h-vel of the On June 4. 1819. Lord Comi I KnwWt J are. In general. ,,,,,1 aUp roach andTvo feet below i. laid th* corner stone of the pro-British the As ,<„, |oy*| Q f ui* *ea%  %  I School on the site reserving its consuming disapn,,, M |Jlni away of th* sand. or th* Drsrt rrsa fchool ar praval and hidden hatreds f... the i*a**a thTnw and%osh on the Charity School. A coi v -nemies of democracy, rather than Jam st(l( hiKn -|1(1 d ., of Drax's will may be seen at the its allies. Now come* sn esctu* for further the Registrar's Office today. This ^ -,,.,^1,. _ -y-ii ,1., which S1 "' h I olt.-n.ive Hiitish atliJ !" ^ *'th axes, .hop down the Hltchlnsons |ud.„,„.,„ a m vour lirws pp-. r trunk* of the trns and bush** rr %  ,,". i-. !" _.t„t„"toe ;toi" i" o m your ii-wspp*'r ——%  '— *t£2£LJ£E?i?\KT* n A W ,4tn entitled The Myth gd then uproot ti e remainder, edtombermiri'iii lB.S. iif ih T**nag*I in which AmeriWhat deMrucl.-ni' Twentv U m Central School was can youth ,, .. clw .,j a back-handthirty women -nd boys each day, 1To Complement Thrnr kpy-llM RAYON GABARDINE Malarlala la tailor Into the anurteit Salt. Pr Yard — J.I1 & MI. WOOL, the finest of Texture GABARDINES. wrighi.iE tl on. per rare and priced at S11.87 Thew are the rolours I BLACK NAVY GREY FAWN BROWN Da Costa & Co., Ltd. — NEW ARRIVALS — Anchor Butter Anchor Evap. Milk Anchor Milk Powder Anchor Cheeae < air's Afternoon Tea Hi-., ml. i .-I < ii.-. — C'rlapa rarr'n Cher** Stick* CUT"* Mf*att*a BUeuiu (In TUu) Carr'a Table Water BlaeuiU Un-. Kre" Froaen Fruit and VeacUblcs li'inii Haddock Smoked Kipper* Jut Phonr for your Enriched Bread We deliver For Throat's Sake Smoke a CRAVEN A Keep l with CANADA DRV Drinks BASS ALE WORTIIINOTON (.' |\\| vv STOI 1 For Pure Coffee CHASE ond SANBORN b the beat aeUrr — SPECIALS — Carrota Z4c. per II. Reef Haet 3ae. per lb. Bone Meal lie. per lb \nmu wlln MI lac. ea. Baby .lie M Each. G0DDARDS FOR SERVICE.



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WEDNf^im vi GITST 27. 1S2 HARHAIMI-, AllVlXATI. PAGI Fa Isifica tion Case Adjourned His Lordship Mr. Justice J. W. B Chenery at the Court of Grand Ses&inns yesterday further adjourned until 10 a.m. today hearing of the case in which Keith Squires, a 26-yearold clerk is charged with falsification of accounts on or about August 31. 1951. The Attorney General, Hon. C. Wyhe with Mr. F. E. Field is prosecuting for the Crown while Mr. E. W. Barrow associated with Mr F. G. Smith are counsel for the accused. Mr. Smith addressed the jury the whole day yesterday and will continue this morning. Before His Lordship ruled that the case was a matter for the jury. Mr. Smith apologised for the absence of Mr. Barrow and u>ked His Lordship to excuse him. TELLS OF FLIGHT WITH HVASTA Keith Squires is charged with it having on or about August 31, how 1951, whtl* he was a clerk or a servant of D. V. Scott with intern to defraud, made or concurred in making a false entry in a book belonging to or n of his employer > impossible for him to say much rum was there on August 31. Checking Process The prosecution had tried to gel evidence by all kinds of deeds iTlt~J.JZ,2 *" evidence by all kinds 1, 2, and J. the property of D. V £?££? ,J fr I hot Jf/ fl,d '".J 11 Scott & Co.. Ltd, al Cheapsidc, ewlde n< lhat *• %  * **> they Bridgetown, contain SsSS ss"*".NTING TO A MAf. Jar,sl.,v Uurw. es-i •umcti. UUnUttfi o* be led a Communi*. i.ith Johi H I m %  i %  ter had been 'jited b> the Keds m thinks Hvasta is alive ar.1 hi--'rr li State D?partini>fil r arrived at the dely 2,78fl, i,380 and 2,820 proof flcl nc * u as b v rechecking and wine gallons. "gauging and yet people never did those (hing*. Quarterly itDuty Of Defence turns wer€ never done properly and yet the proaecution was askin his address to the Jury yesing them to infer that the rum terday Mr. Smith said that they was not there. had listened with tolerance to the Mr Thorpe and Others, knew evidence of the witnesses for the that there was stealing going on prosecution and they must rememand they must have known that ber that it was the duty of the there was a shortage and that prosecution to prove the case be.shortage could not be placed on yond reasonable doubt. The too accused. P CAIRO, Aug. 26 prosecution must convince them in the majority of cases ot Fez Manufacturers rose In pror>y the evidence they had and they falsification, the accused had detest against the plan to put Egyi t !" .£ Bl f. re lne acc 4 scd 'ived benefits from his falsifiesInto sombreros—the n\ P" %  •< %  %  That case w quiry into the particular Governi liSSSt ill >.t Tin I vi c The U S. R ... ;-l.o[(W Fez Manaactaren 7,964,000Ton Protest Vgainsl Sombreros ( l iilian Sugar Crop Is In Steps To Hold World Price No Caribbean Hurricanes Vet I U.S. Weather iiitreau IBbfNkWl to hy WASHINGTON. TWO months of the Caribbean I paaaed without .i single hurricane and expert* I the VS tber Bui odtrlng why In an %  van two h %  >u*d have run theu course bj Ihe a wldl in Au^usl uiul ilia gJtpartl would be looking OUI ("i .i third ii opened on June LS and will last until Movambar 18 September li the moat dangerous month. II"" leal year it was early in Auguat thai the dll UTkane (nt Jamaica and flattened a large area of tin* island. Tim yoai'v calm cannot lat lime Hcmlm* book re] much l.i:r> : IS vM-uthei radio to J shore-based uealheWhan .i hurrtcaas miirniin. the ttn.1 leading expert on tropsoal Mann -mpicai storm in ihr Csrtkeesi We've li"' WSk| "I weather to he slin* ol ilenln|>lK kSSS wlmli SO lar JS are know was lahurricane waa loealed h| Ha vourable to Ihr development Of Harrm. about "Oil mile\..rtl tiuriii-.iiu's Whi lutriihas stallKm! ot \IIIIJIUJ. .mil 40 mileed. v\.just can't say" >'*st ol I'urru. Riro \i llir Um Hi r.umehill has been Stud/ot lor^llnn the Hlorm 4* not a' ing hurricanes since 1815, when usaw that Mr. Scott Ihese wer* more practical than th-r occupied a compartment in the Pei because they offered protec•T"' ^.^ V. m ^l i ^ <1 .. i I*^ d .^ BondT He said that he did not lion from the tioplcal sun as it know when the accused eame to demonstrated with him, but after a time makers say it he supplied the uccuscd book. their duty to decide whether the andi of Egyptians out >t work. —I'.P. l.ctlrr Shown Tunisian Premier Mr. Scott had also been shown letter on the witness stand, but „,.._ _, _ Mr Scott, evidence there \\ ,|| (, Q | a Iean Island-i were not so totals ;,9M,000 tons. This final fortunate last year; thsy had i Mexico. Fez ngure has become known since about 250 dead. ill throw thousthe grinding of sugar cane In Some lfl.000 people in the United Stales have been kilhvl in 67 hurricanes since I87S. fourtlfths of them by drowning Weather Bureau bvlievrs thai most of these deaths could have 8,000,000-tou Cuban nop th -J been avoided. The last big U S year. It is well above uie predisaster was in September. 1938. vious record of 8.675,0011 long, when a big humane swept In off harvested in the 1941 *S the Atlantic and up the U.S B 0 on 'a n,i f,,m Pa r 8 *th Usl coast, leaving about 600 dead t*-SihoUistup Slwas runner>f.ii* %  6.348.000 tons. II amounU hind It. to nbuut 20 per cent, of ihis year's „,„ . (i total world production. wp !" Wn '* et 1 u, • ,l < %  •"' • • But current world demand Is %  udlenc* lor our warnings then." Cuba came to an end on August : and has been announced by tho U.S. Department of Agin uLlun. in Washington. This record crop came earv :lose to earlier cstimi United kip.^<(om 1KM1N1 A. AUK U aving Uanorroa i>> the B B C'olumble for UM United Kingdini pre she planV puisue simile rnediene iMUM WyiUUB Knight. the 1850 Domlnici Scholarship winner. MIM K> i-upii "i %  first g'rl to gain the Islan newhat lower than a y*a' Discrepancies Mr. Tennehill lecallB. "EveryA i..nh severe ugo. As • result, the Cuban GovlxM, >' was ""ore interested in reshook Roseau on Ttn i'. ernment will take steps to pro PO"*** ,rom Europe about ChamAugust iPttl., .it 10.07 vide for the orderly liquidation U-rlaln and Hitler," of the sugar now on hand, say* Between eighl and ten hurriUnlted States Cuban Sugar canes hmld up ir. the Caribbean or cross the Adanllc from the system will African coast in an average year. damage has Ivecri reported had listened for the past week to "1 am conceding that Exhibit The two men are expected to be established for the disposal They wander generally norththe system of maladministration B was in the possession of Mr. arrive here on Friday night or of sugar on ihe world market. ! at about 12 m.p.h.. but with which obtained in the particular Scott, but the prosecution has to Saturday morning according to Some 1.988.0(10 Urns of sugar will many variations in directImi. Hy department and perhaps they were prove that this Exhibit was an present plans. Baccouchc. who be withdrawn from this yeur'* "o means all of 'hem hit the U.S. wondering how the cost of living account book and the property of was appointed by the Boy of market for sale over the next coast. pinched them. The law laid down D. V. Scott;'" Mr. Smith said. Tunis alter last winter's bloody five years, ^production in 1953 that certain instructions were When hearing resumes to-day riots and after the new independwl he limited to not more than necessary to that Department and Mr. Smith will continue his adence Party Government wa yet officers said on the witness dn stand that they did not know this had to be done and that had to be done. Those officers were men in responsible positions. They must remember that if there was a conflict between the prosecution and the defence, they were entitled to believe one or the other. If there was a doubt then the accused should get the benefit of that doubt. Mr. Scott was a witness for the prosecution and he was crossexamined. Mr Scott lost rum which they had to decide about. Asked about the book. Mr. Scott to the jury. Rapid Developniieni Of M iwn. A portion nt Rots HI hi BW being hgiiteii i\v alternating cut rani from the Colonial Develop ut Corporation'! ii< and O NEW YORK. Aug. 26. The Jewish Agency's economic department predicted on Tuesday that the United State* guarantee of American investments In Israel combined with Israel's £iS! l .2W "'^"?SS T^: P*" %  —•"" 'Ration. Will Search Continues For Survivors Of !T.a B17 Plane preveni any slump m Ihe '\'h*rs from the Air rDrce. Navy, s , .,. hl price of sugar on Our msrket, will uiidnubtid a aerlous nffoct economy, wlmli ilepend* up*m the iugar Induetoy, This years world sugar crop. Including cane and boot barvests, is estimated at some 4ti.0H0.00ii tons. Markets for most of this are guaranteed O ip m Ihe cners irom me mr rorce. wavy. .. -, .„ ., he world Ceaet Guard ...id Civil Aeronau' .'„' 1, ,. i'Jn.u-u ,, y lTvet.es Admlni-lrehon.^OUrsV^C Vj ,£ "ptan? frofn T !" ffi*m i t'uha's P^rts inspected weather stations c ov ,. r |,.ad ds largely on islands throuahout the Canb,-.,,. „,„., ,,.,,,, ,,, "Iliirricnnc IliiiileiV alni Li tq direct current he Oovernmem Ughtll ^.# .a.ij.... ^UHIII^I, ill 'iiuii'ii, wealth Droducars, for instance, ;"•"* "Hurricane ere ready at hunter in J la net* iiiiiu. Th mi Iron ot Ihe Rd • it arket fr tln-i |ob is Ituo and DermiKin. Their pllal, MISS l 1 track down repntlnl *%  j ,tii ",i randum the able him to ai he might nsk time about the rum EGIJNAIH FORCE BASE, FLORIDA, Aug. 26The United States alrforce repenuiMd V-7UU.IVIH K.1...BM. !" ., "... nrwcil the search for possible suraJeTanv^uestlons rc,u,t ln rapid development of vlvorK of the lghl-man I1-I7 u!: £L q .u^ the new potentially oil rich arei "brain* 1 plane accidentally shot 0 --t the Middle East. These measinto squally sea by a rorketires by the two governments will firing sabre-Jet. hasten the search for oil in Planes and navy and coast The Book That book Book; that v tion asked that the deleted from the book was not audited and the. prosecution had yet to prove that that book was an account book of D. V. Scott. The accused kppt th book according to his likes ft' ranged 'over to estimates by the Intern. iti-inl sources in hand, — . ,-. ., .,v ,_„ n mUn* nff Sugar Council. Re<|uirenien! of Hurenu believes it A-hv the DTosecue d a special issue of ita publicaie Gulf of Mexico Mmira on hXord sTocTbe tion "Economic Horizons" devoted north west "orld. coe.t al -Jrjt indictment. That to Israel's prospects. MfhT ***AJQ&**J*E: ot an Account NegeV. The department publishguard ^rf.^^ ^ ^ —ir P ing for the rescue of all held at 3 00 p m. E.S.T The airforce said a pilot of the new model F-96I> sabre-let misnd ACROSS THE ATLANTIC took the control plane for the SsSsSs** *• BA •• HOURS Lgaie^g The book also was not part of GANDER. Newfoundland. <**** nnn ^ u 'P. mcn, ; the Accounting System of D. V. ^ U g. 26. A Scott Co. Ltd. The prosecution A Brjtl8h c -, nberra j e t bomber g"•• put kfr, Scott on the stand to w flew across lhe AUanlic and ^ck I !" jMSr t^SslnUgnrte" hit %  tied ...A lind .. sugar in Ifie United Kingdom Manser areas aim. sometimes, to ber at the I" The United Slates guarantee %  "> re0tb 'hUi the hurricane In Governor, Sn l( (i II Ami market for the greater part ..* check its speed and power. dell, it % %  %  • % %  n..:.. IM-I.I I;. Cuba's production. Some 6.10 merchant ship> make ammei HOU i But after all thaat n ,1 "reathri icports l>v i.idn N.tunUy. Augii-l tilth. nienU haw been .ib ab-.l. AM ships, by inteinnlioiiiil agn. there will still bo some 7.33r.,(MH) ment. are esperte.! v ... tiui .u:n U .,!.inol Biaaosl toy only 4.0&0,(MHi ions. tiimIo warn its i Of the surplus of 2,385.000 tons of sugar for which mand Is expected on the • %  u -l,i "The I hnl e is only one danger not a %  erlO Ul "i." %  ad savi Mi curton A II Duplgi law MI gnd i j < Bgned ins office of i:. ,i. in l)npiKii> wlin h i"-n mayot I peat year":, gave no public reason f &j^ T &\\?zx r'Pv-r^^ Ksrr& S^^*^i-.^h-See?^lri l*? *. from Aldergrove m %  sUirmy „ lllf _u.P. krint, Cuba holds some 2.000, Mr Taniiehill. "Theie iaJwajl 000 tons. Cuba's decision to a possibility th.it a hurricane withdraw this for sale over Ihe might start lust off shore within next five years is expected to lot* rniles or so. II could hit the r.vert the necessity for distress coast then before WO knew il selling at low prices, normally Down in n U.S. Navy air base +JS25SJ3S2rl ucket l*Ked >he inevitable consequence Of a " Jacksonville, Florida, 3* offlc 'mighty nvmi^e rock. U-os,o an ra()k ^ JLfi? ^SSbS^te" hlto >V U... 10 take .. fl on lhe Newfoundland and back. The bomber ihe world's fastest memorandum kepi bv .he ceu,ed %£ SwT ,„' a „d II was Imposniblr to charae lhe "' accused wllh ralilncallon of acC "The'Kad" : il l '"ee n Mr Thorpe Ka a S peed o, more .him 0U on the slund. He had made aevm.p.h. eral complalnU and asked tor A wnilher ship reported Uia. It more s.aff durtn the service at had picked up the speeding )et the Bond. He found that there on its radar screen but had been was not enouKh staff to carrv out S"">l e Plane was flying eight mile Parson Puts Off Getting Excited B) W. BISMARCK Oddfellows On A Visit 2>> NORTH DAKOTA. Auii The Reverend Adolph Flemme. When Mr. Thorpe took over shove the sea. radio contact may said on Tuesday that someone sh.. he did not know what was in the. have been difficult. The Canbcr0 l him os he was conducting jsrvats and some of Ihe rum could rs's speed a. it flashed over the view st the Church of God h. > """ '" %  have been mlaing before ho weather ship wa. appro.lmat. ly on Monday night but The M Sunday ,iu m m.p.h. It was fighting a 2 protected me". Flemmer sal ous mission of flying Into the heart of u hurricane. Some of them arg old li..nn ,! hunting hurricanes. Otlu i spending their III si season on llir Members of the Household of dangerous lob. If one of their Ruth, Grand United Order of 'planes were to crash Into the Odd Fellows, Trinidad, arrived maelstrom of wind and wster, in Barbados on Sunday by lh" tln-nchances of survival woul< S roiombw. and will join the be negligible. brandl Of the Grand United .„ t L • % % % %  > %  %  %  — fc'slfft; W.^|L*a Iirnfrom Uvuv ( May LMraet, to si. Mary*Dlvine Service next t ].w hunters" based „.. "There's nothing muili to >l • Ljkes you up a bii." trying to Rive them the imm.p.h. headwind according lo lhe he heard a bullet whistling past will be held in their honour by i( an d when a hurricane warn. presnion that it was the dutv of ship. The Canberra, built by the him as he stepped back from IhO %  'v >•' OM ssrMgatOwn House, n g comes, a crew of eleven men the accused to make out slips. English Electric Company went off pulpit during special services at DOldL WI U climb into a big Privateer Mr Thorpe told them that he also with an ear splitting scream. about 8.30 p.m. He said, howevei, the Imder of the group from aircraft and hea.l for th.ana in found books hopelessly in arrears. The blackbellied bomber was that he continued the service and Trinidad is Patriarch Charlie which it is suspected to 1TreeIn October he said that the books piloted by two British war-time didn't "get excited" until after It fninss. a Barbadian. This i* his ing the hurnran-, they will fly look ovar. Tha prosecutio I not even up to date J heroc!-.—U.P. had ended.—IJ. third visit as ieadci light into the wilre of it all lhe DOMO 4 HsvYM SKIMHATOHS ARE HIGHLY EFFlriF.ST EASY TO OPERATE AND SOON PAY FOR THEMSELVES Hundreds in use all over the B.W.I. snd sll sre giving complete satisfaction (M42 •DOMO" CHURNS 130 74 SAFES FIRE AND Birftdl-AR RESISTINC. Body plat'(top. bottom and sides) of one steel plate bent by hydraulic pressure, "-4" solid steel door C ?. wrought steel chsm• 2Mi" to 3" in Ihirkness Ailed with beat Quality tireresisting material. rtlH Till 1 : HOT WrVIIIMi. ICE, ICE, ICE Krrp lir lUnd. In A IIIIIIMKS IIASK .11 \111m111 ID 1 UUM uiit keeD it hot or win keep it cold Ail Kind. Jaat Hiee t red VMIII MO I III I <;: |< |. M.ZS: sa.Ta. aia.HT. IJO.TB NAKKOV, MOI III for I.lit 11 Id* SI .1: *l 81: S.ln. %2.40 Hsys Mr. Leo Klnc: •YOi' CAN HI: I.IHN II BEING THt HWr.fcTtST TREAT .'" Toffe MADE IN I K 1'rrfertion of tonfertlon. GET THE TRIPLE ACTION OF NERVIT0NE TONIC WINE 1 HI KIM. s|| KM 's to ma.lnt.iln otrenith III Kill .ill ( )V\ \i l -,< | NfE—to MM-ed rrturnlnit health: L IN 00OD lit: Al I II— to arqulre thai rxtri pep. IIKINK \ WINECil.ASSH'I, DAILY. 1 1 • ' %  .1 lilendel wllh Beef Extr-.t-, ....,1 Took Hlnerala, NEKVIIONI WKI restore, krel Vltallt 1 IRiprovea general health and slimulates Ihe %  ppetlte, $1.32 and S2.40 per holllr At aii Bnaghea ol KNIGHTS DRUG STORES %  %  n a a a a "The Silver Water iim iti> I'I K*n" satat BBsfel < .appreciated j prf'srlit Jl lliK tlmr al tin 1 rear, PRIC E: HsXSf, '.li I I HEATIIEKIIEAII I IMIlt'fl *-l I III K SHOW WIMMIVt ft a I'l IIIV% IMM. mow e •8 EQUAL IN FOOD AND ENERGY m m A mi. SWIM. i.\ oeerr. SBJ Duly ONK IKJUND of PURINA DOC CHOW %  %  as .... allabls 111 Moul and Checker form ... Is equal 111 fond rnerg.v to 3 pounds of t,< li M< il fj TAXI YOUR DOC A BAG TO-DAY . •S_ HIRE'S A FOOD IIEI.L HEALLY OO %  I II. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. %  sj AGENTS. %  a a a a a e •* m m a %  .• %  B M a a a i o> ^ a a i e>eeeeeeeeeeeeeee eee<*eeee e ee*s 1 Buy SAMCO' Por SAFETY 20 x IB x 15 24 x 18 X 17" 28 X 20 X IV 1120 05 1188 55 1205 38 lltltltlSOVS LOCAL DISTRIBLTORS HARDWARE DEPT Tels3142 and 2364 NOTICE Till*. Mine ..ill lt' tlosi'il I.. Husi... ss on FIIIIIAY 2lli and SATIUIIAV.MHI. Aagtul for lhe pin |M>S< of lakiutt Slork Cave Sh< -plit-i-il A Ho. Lid. 10. II. Vi A. II Krml Sir.. I. THE ONLY CYCLE IN THE WORLD PERMITTED TO CARRY THIS MARK OF PERFECTION IS THE — HUMBER T* -lr.l... ..II Of mil If IO class III I'll III 111'IlS i I FULL RANGE OF SIZES IN STOCK HARRISONS for HUMBERS *xw nnm i m s' >, ,t>



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PAGL SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, AL'CIST , 1*3 Speightstown To Get New Fish Market^ Coifiicil Agree To Buy £§>£* 2" ~ r. Site For ISew 4,306 Square *eet Laud />•*, station The Legislative Council at their meelini; yesterday 1|oo G D ,. „,. „ Mr concurred in a resolution to approve the purchase ot 4,30b ^, y „ m ,^un a of the LegbilaUve square fart of land at the (unction of Queen and Sand council presented the report of Street!. Ot Speightstown, St Peter for the erection of a fish use Select committee appolate-l ^lo mark. ,TV| ^ ">• "'?" Legislature Say Yes Bahamas Must Build Longer To Getting U.S. Experts Runtvays For Jet i whenth* for Brtdgetowu In moving The concurrence of the resolution, the HOD^I^ tllwt ^i* *Stjd? VSJouSrtTw. c Colon!*. Secretary said that when the Comprehensive 4as miacd in debate on August %  bl. Fisheues Scheme was prep i ed in 1947, plans were made 12. 1952. for the building of a fish niai el in Speightstown. No action 1305.700 to that end hud been taken, current estimates, provbloi thr KesohiUoix (<>( with which the coocurthe Council waa sough;. The Report reads as follow*. 1. The Committw held three .. • %  • .t-v • a mei'tiiiBJ.. The Fire Officer and ./HI** S 1 .OllimUltlfit ihr Colonial Engineei [though there was .till in the """ of an amount for the scheme utmoat importance that Party Suggests trade With Russia SANTIAGO. CHILE AUK MThe afternoon paper Ultima ...Hera pubushed a report attributed a quirk get-away of the Ore tight. Oalo Gonzalcs Secretary Genlog apparatus from the Stauori. Now it had bct-n propo*>d to purchase the pnperty immediately to tha nort:i ut the existing fish market m Speightstown, th. area of which was sat out in th* resolution. The property had a building on it and th* then KingS Solicitor had advised that owing to the fact that It was impossible TO say who the exact ownon were," it would be neceesary for the purchase to be made undci the Compulsory Acquisition Act. A sub Committee of the Fishr erlss Adviaory Commlttea had -: been appointed to go Into the question :irid they decided thut il was the moat suitable site for th purpose. Ha 1 members who kne'.. ... ~> — — oun*> tuuwin'iviss'i inmifLwi/. % %  ••_. .. would agree with that. establishment of Chilean-Soviet JClVrtThere was a point that he i{ U s*ia trade as a panacea fo' "t mo wanted to be mada clear. Parachile's economic ill*, nnd voted W graph 3 of the Addendum said IO hcn< j greetings to Stalin fund-! were ..vu.'.able in Part 2, lhr a u-union congress of VI. Miscellaneous I. DeRsjjgUn Communist Party when velopment of Fisheries ProducLONDON. Aug. 26, Sir Miles Thomae. Chairman of %  .he Britlah Overseas Airwaya* -nald lot.!ehl that Bahama authorities have asked the nationalized The Legislature yesterday replied in the affirmative to airline to start a Comet jet airline the message from His Exceilencv the Governor inviting service to the lalmnds. but Thomas Ihem t approve that Barbados should participate in a pro^ A f £SU'^ il m iSSTvSS!^ : >biaining the services of two experts from the United urp buil| ;)l NaaMU -, Windsor States Technical Corporation Administration and how to AirpQrl to accommodate the new organise and develop the system known as aided self help 500-mile per hour plane* when this Is done. A New York— Bahamas jet service can go into operation*, he stated.— In .oosequenee of discussions on have vrMd .££* J^^" a subject of Aided Self-Heln ma ** "H ' * eXD *£** "•"•• On Aided Self Help housing. The Governor in the course of his message said: FT lealher ot er*ry colour— It cleans, prevcrves-and how il polishes! Ask yossr retailer for Propert's. £lff.E R #-j Nothing else is quite the same. Wan* the difference il makes to your shoes! PROPERT'S HOI I-BEAM ea--h • .so of those meeting, by ^ 111 Vlt.ltlOU. CnCe <•* nilllllU tiny-siiinil HI r.VVIJ I MIT %  >< %  >• • % %  —•—— 2 ft U clear that it is of the wcl(ln mcoUn g „i the Caribbean "-""" States State Department *, Md ,„„, ^ li00 *? %  Commission in last, the Secretary *S 'I"'"""' "' .'" n c 1 .^."?.... £l "oncl m the iiewK^ <""> !" <*J t r.vel,n the .Hon. the ColonijlSecIIU.V sinirussa^v — l _iiTI! |Ill>MI Hi J'l HJI. >H>H'i !" i< "T VJ .._,,|_„ ,,„# lh„ gad., should arriye .1 a Bre <;,„.,., of the Comml^on an"ej SFSS^tS^LSt 2. quickly as possible after the rtnalarm haa been received at 0, This is dependent on t u0 chedVhe United States Tech<""• on which their services cal Co-operation AdminlstraUon %  nuui '-' available. ascertain on what conditions %  a. uroptised that the saldid not service of experts could be Brlf ana allowances of the exfollow the experts* adva available to the Caribbean „,,, tfu ^0^ of inclr uansporgo in for theae projects. ..._ide available to the Caribbean pem, the coats of their iranapor of the Chilean Communist The latter is impossible to atarea to advise on ways and means xaUon to the Caribbean area and party which said thai the party uun if ihe Station is not properly n ( organising and developing Jhls ^^ lhc co4 i 0 iheir transportationed the cost of the experts coming hento give people of the Island -iformaUon on those projects. 1*. mlt them deciding to xperts' advice and Io .. meeting to.* tiie folslU"d or the discipline of the perastern of building Io the differ-wing action: il affirmed consonncl ut the Fire Brigade is not ont conditions Obtaining In thr iDued suppoit ol Pr> Mdantlal of the best. AUcnde, adj th.,t honour-! I ..iijtup'of Untied "• r T ^J^"w 0 s''*T^ e, !l l S? r the site well Su( ,. s mmmwimi \ .„,!>; gfa. ""C !" ^ *** •* itltin me CarlbOaan arsw the cost of demonstration On learning that th. serr q u lpmcnt will be borne by United vices of two experts, one a buildstate, funds, but the coal of transmit nnd materials technician and uortaUon within each territory, ihe other a community organiser, joe.] office space, secretarial serTrie Committee leanit rould h. mad available, the v „ c ,„bsisteii.e allowance of perpiesenl intention is t" secretary General of the CarlbMin> i^ m g tralnod. maps, laboruone property and to relK an Commission asked .the Govi, , teatihg fsrllives and incllie house thereon in ortler ernments In the area whether they dantell shall bipaid by cash of ,i,. I" v.]iieu the eait Into King ,vi B hed to avail themselves ot the ;hci.rrti^pating territories. Until when Slm-t Th. Committee shsre the rxperts' services. A reply was i„ rvuita-r ar"" Ofllcer-s opinion that the ,ent that the Barbados Governaj of the HJJ-53 " ?." %  ,, exit p.ovl !" >-r>lal relations wMl the ,,,„,. sSi.1 dcW and to put the tar, of the Housing Hoard to visit Ihte in that ilerrTfnT thr.pur ''" "'""*' 'age -I Ihe Station directly AiitUoa. Puerto Rico Jamaica ,L, ii .L.,1 ., nd should ,online such .ni"-—....„ if uiis war. and Trinidad to study the methods '"'"Hl^a'C^^ mrB^rl-sfHTretlnVo^X ^^Sfrf* Cou^l is 4. Further, from the pnt Of be requested, view of discipline mad real "nig that flremen BBsl rMnfl.~'mi'n should be housed in >uch close proximity. ,. „ known how long the expert; will be able to spend in Barbados it will not be possible to draw up an exact estimate of the cost that will be payable from the funds of the Barbados Government, but if, as expected, they can stay for two months, the cost will be In the region of $1,500. 4. The Secretary of State has iked that the conclusion of Sllktir ttjgl %  "tires I ., il<> ;he Coia.Jial v —UJ* tary submitted figure, of of the erection oF the fish .,-/k, lAtOOUrer />*<•etween the M rket ai:d the odjoming pi. p. t rhe eitton of 1 new btaua would make a total of abou> $26,000; the legai expenses would account for about $100, making l total of about $30,000. In a f tne av-il;t ;,py In i'ie Estimates, 1 .,dy availBayley was admitted to tbu abto fr^m the existing provision. Ocncrnl Hospital on July 13 The remaining $15,000 had to I* u |Terini[ from burns on his bodv sought in due course. which ho sustnlned in a bus Hm. Mr. ^hiill.nar seconded :t dl ^ ^ Hospital on Augu-' the I •Solution .."d agreed that ,, th< .• was the be*t one. He was sor.y, however hal the cost o' Dr K n H|mon ^^^ th ,. ^F^J^SK, e,te„.,vc^~' supposed 'hut tb market was ___^^^^__ necessary, i>ut h • thought that In spending monty lhay should not jut thmk of whether they needed this or that, b.u whether it was ahsnlutely necessary. The Hon. Dr. St. John expressed the view that the amount of high after Sno thov aubtracted what was neces-ay 1 sary for ihe purchasing of BM tiajg property Kxpressed l>esire 5. F01 these reasuns the Cominittee are unanimously of the opinion that the Station ihould .11 be erected at Si Cecilia. 6. The Committee considered 1 tir following alternative stlea: — 11) the site formerly occupied by the Central Foundry; (2) that formerly occupied by the Railway Station; (3) Jubilee Gardens; and (4) Temple Yard. 7. With regard to (1), the '. afflc Is especially dense there 1 ulitating against a quick getway as well as making it too oiay. Tha VlonouiaWe the Colonial Sadfiiary in moving that the council reply atnrnwitlvely. gave 2. In the meantime British furth--: d.-iaiLs f ibe scheme Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua the under which ma 1"' Windward Islands and Trinidad ly wo>k> ;'U.lYou pay WO mori for the GREATER EXPERIENCF RIDE A PHILLIPS SUPREME MODEL AND ENJOY CYCLING AT ITS BEST SPECIAL < ASH OFFER Fire Destroys House At Ivy l-.i-r 3.15 p.m. ) %  'tnplctely destroyed •< 12x7x7 tiie propvi Walking at the Ivy. St Michael. There was a Case The Hon. the Colonial Secre1 thai tha matter had billy and it teas a .;,, 1 -, n irkoi 1 protri %  'i ws %  • 1 esution a is ei .t % %  < I • ilt as rifht or but th %  (' rr.m.r..1 .( Sub Committee .im^ng the men of wfatefa ,\; fasteiday's mc<'tnig of the ''' %  • ^Islative Council, Honournble %  "1 K. c. Hutson was granted le-*" 1 1 A Held of canes next to tht %  fas burnt and the Fire I 1 ig.uii* had to prevent tha AN idins to other houses In district which M.I A.. On Leave 8. (2) le on the wrong side of f the Victoria Bridge. 9. (3). the Jubilee Gardens is 'garded by expert opinion a* .t ory good site favouring, us ;t *s, a quick get-away. 10. (4) Temple Yard Is re1 irded as an equally good stta> so favouring a quick get-away, i ovided the properties adjoin. g it are acquired and removed id the Junction of Chcapsid." ; id Drum Street is widened by i e purchase of the shop at tr. < rner, or part of it, in order 1 I oiovc it or M-i it back as might b neeessury. It is estimated that those people, cou.d be acquired for some >. 30,000 which would be addlII aal to the amount allowed for 11. the Resolution under conslderat on. -11 it-bis one If he took the back to the Exullvc Committtie. they would relcr it L.. k to the Colonial Englneei whn had already said at he was In favour of that site. Hon. Mr. Evelyn said that as he saw it. a shod already la tii< area %  if they were going to exten i the f.ii market it would onl. ti i--; 1 of tha shed %  I The Commitloe appreciate .._ Gdveniment's deaire to main%  om Augu-t 25 to September 17. uin the Jubilee Gardens as an __^__ OP* 11 psce particularly as they understand that they were es..luliahvd to commemorate Queeu The Hon. the Colonial Secretly reminded the Council that Victoria's Jubilee; they consider that open spaces are among the the Resolution they were consid'"*' "•* %  £ %  %  *2JE !" § i, in. only related to the purchase most imnertant amenities of any 'I the land. He would be preCity and are therefore of the ired to put up any further proopinion that the Fire "g* ,d, %  poaal for le-eximunalion and to should be sited at Temple Yard •ether the expenditure m spile of the extra cost involved, ould he cut and if so in what way Hon. Mr. Pile told the Counci •hat the Report Is unanimous. 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WF.IKFsnW. AlT.l'SI 27. 1152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACI SEVEN House Pass Supplementary Resolution For $15,479 THE House of Assembly yesterday passed a Resolution for $15,479 to supplement the 1952—53 Estimates under 12 Heads. The Heads were Accountant General, Customs. Legal Department. Police, Prisons, Department of Science and Agriculture, Director of Medical Services. General Hospital, Lazaretto. Subsidies and G-ants. and Miscellaneous Sen The note lo Accountant Genthe Fine Officer. The additional Gairy'a M.M.W.U. Members Go On 2nd Strike Churchill May Offer New Scheme •198,952 Noi.dFw "W alcr Supplies" Argentine Fails To Win equipment now required i Fire exUotimher* Hoaa lit unches Insurance, freight. Inspection charges, contingencies $410 180 •0 LM eral" reads "At the time of the preparation of the 1952—53 Estimate! it was anticipated that the sytttm of embossing bank cheques would be abolished at an early date and an amount of $250 only was included In the "Estimates to meet refunds under the Sump Act. 1919—3. It has now been decided that no change should be made in the present system and supr/*mentorv provision will be required to meet expenditure in connrc"I in Supplementary Estim tion with the embossing of 1951—52, No. 39, for the purch (.RKN..DA. Aug. 26. Worker, of at leas; 14 estates in St. David's parish including Government's Cocoa Propagation Station were to-day on the second 1 • Political COf riu-tonight That M M.W D backed likely to put forward a plan strike, all declaring their action is %  closer empire econow in sympathy with workers at Petit *'*'" *' Euiopc.m eountrtai Buna a small estate in the same when Cornn.omv.Mlii, Prim Mm,, lu ish where Thursday last the ( %  *•* %  mm > London in Nov-.. dig MMI %  Public Tree urj {to be 1 •",:.; A Chess Game %  Unfe up r u ,irad '* The Head a RcaolutiiHi r> .£'"'* w 000 10 ** HELSINKI. Aug 25 n Hi.Public TregThf Aigentuie team -huh beequenUy rerutuled mnvd favourite for second p.Uce pplement ,,, lnc chess Olympics at Helsinki. %  Ml M $750" parish where Thursday last _. usbrkers struck *o protest the disbeT The note to "Department of missal of one of their number. No The scheme i-. sponsor*-Science and Agriculture" reads: work has Uken place at Petit by Eden. Foreign Secretary and "Revote of the amount providEtang since Thursday when 'hitler. ('h.mcfllor of the ExM.M.W.U. group leader .idvised chequer the walkout on his own and en Wat gfl which the re %  Par f under failed so far not only to win match in the final section for the „„, ,__ Hamilton Russell Cup. bill I $198,952 was defeat today when Pilnik lost hi* rganisalion of adjourned game with K >>' after 59 move; habilitatioii, of fishing liuhwiy. oihe. reulti of the adJO S Develop„me. resumed today: Pi.,.. I. S.-. %  Produeuo g, it. round 3. i:..:. lost 1 In 14H "1. %  '• %  SIWUHI inu 1—3. Porreeo and Lokvenc Sc.iwi'll AiiiK>rt, $6,159, and drew Final, Section A. i MILLIONS Of FAMILIti AGRtt THAT: COLGATE v Cleans your teeth f Cleans your breath Always brush your teeth right after eating with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM cheques tor Ihe remainder of the of certain replacements for the visit to Hon. E. K. Gairy the fol" !" V ubuxl, ja to plan • ----Fisheries Experimental Boat.lowini day he approved the de"eultural and Industrial output < %  •*"":;' '>•) %  ilopment and WeiCzechoslovakia beat Arienlin. 2| ,nl„lh„„ ,„ „|„„ so that each nation an .1 '• n %  >'•". "" I expenditure is recovVeSr. ..ua cuvuuaiuiv %  %  *^T* '— H —— %  *w — %  '*% %  ^—** IV" >4ioV Met T %  U .1 s' ui r \ r.1 WIT' -** arable." The note to "Director of Medical cision telling them not to return lnal ,h naliun-Dnpi The note to "Customs" reads: Services" reads: except all were re-employed, Kuropean k< "Refund of customs duty and "Arrangements have been mado what tile others want and can package tax amounting to $1.6*8.47 for the transport from Bridgetown The owner^m. nager of this buy. paid by the Caribbean Confection > Sea well Airport of the relief estate Mr. L. O. Taylor of Messrs '•> "-<>' involve the appointCompany Limited on certain *r l be Airport Visiting Officer on W. E. Julien and Company said merit ..f more committees on ihe items of marhinerv and equipevery alternate Sunday and every the dismissal of the man taken on lines of the Organisation for ment imported for the manufacalternate Public Holiday. Thin last March was for reason of European Beonomlc Co-operation ture of confectionery." offlctr previously travelled ID economy. The man was also in—O.E.E.C.—whuse chairman i* The note to "Legal DeparttiansporUtion at the disposal of efficient. Eden, ments". Jury expenses, reads: the Airlines Companies; the SeaThe Immediate problem arising Commonwealth Prime Minis "Tha amount provided in the **" Airport Committee however is the situation regarding liveten will probably consider wtMtl 1952—51 Estimntes has proved considered this arrangement unstock. Stockmen having quit also *"" 'bey %  hould hats central quite Insufficient to meet the desirable and recommended that although under the agreement to economic planning ornniaatlon t-> year's requirements. The expenit should be discontinued. Supplewhich Gairy had been a partv as de;.l dlraeUj wltfi 0 i i l dtture ol $1,123 for the March mentarv provision is required to member of the Reference Board thr Mu MM Children %  Sprakor (hi I^-avt* 1|. Kottn.iuer beat Pilnik Yugoslavia—United States onetwo and one adjourned K-MIIC. West Germany. Sweden II If and one adjourned game. Teachnei list lo SUtil.H'ic. ;iinl Pfellvt LQdtn itl)i.iiniett. Kin-I. Sectniti 11 II Honour tin theft.utth round. Holland beat Eng. M Of Aaaembly. Mr. K. N. H. land 3 I. Donner beat PeWOM 1 Hu.sL.inds, was yesterday granted Final. Section C, fourth round I two months' leave. He i. ct>ing Saar beat ..uxemhurg 4 nil | •o Canada to repreacnt the u.nWeacbealbaumerbutLeej Brastl] | Itodog Branch <>f the Commonbeg. sit/eiinmi 2| 1L we.iltb P.II iuiinent.il v AsaoclaT mi ..I The Association's meeting in October, —r p. Bggatoa counts of $510 i year ? 951—52 ha ,nd unpaid acmeet the additional expenditure comprising employers and repreitatives of labour headed by the respect of the Involved." pl.e i is likeK (o discuss these ^ exhausted the The note lo "General Hospital Labour Officer undertaking in the mxI with the US. gwcnimen' >m Washington reporta vote. The Expenses of two fur" %  d a: .. „ even't of g gtrfke .nvoVvTng' ail ,oda y 5UW, '^V'!? il may *** ,led ther sessions this year have to be "The Housekeeper at the GenM.M.W.U. members stockmen U R Wllh l s I'lvvstnient in met; with increased cost of serC"I Hospital was granted leave would remain an.I if mixed his colonies dollar kid and the fre. vices and extended duration of * absence on full pay by the un | on WO uld supply stockmen P und — %  Involving a new sessions it is unlikely that the Hospital Board in 1847 lo take a durinc the seven-day period of **" "•> empire preferen..-. expenditure of each of the two course in the U.S.A. to qualify nfeP t ll( t 1'Bailies Bacolel Dairy Farm. tory upshot of new labour deHttnslet 21. Wakefltld T,in,iv 7 ""SS^ft rtt,dS: K . %  ffi !" K o th. 'Hr^SSi*' S T" 1 "a<>" i qut at present mands and consequent mass Workmgton' Town 26 Swinton 0 cide F n\T 6 r^e mb ^rri 0 par?: ^^SS^Sl^SrSLSS ,h *" u ,he --"-"• that 3S&g3$m ments an amount of $200 is prolbe functions of a dietitian. vide, for the Supreme Court. In 1949. the salary scale of the Prom this vote it is usual to meet post Was revised from $640 x 48— the cost of executions which has 1080 to $1,056 x 48—$1,200 with already reduced the provision for effect from the 1st of April, 1948. this year b> $•£>Further, ho but consideration was not given opening of an additional Superior to the fact that the officer holding Court at the Town Hall has occathe post was performing the duties stoned additional expenditure for of a dietitian as it was agreed cleaning, stationery etc. Supple'hat the creation of such a post mentary provision is now required should await the implementation to meet the cost of further execu*>t the Adams Report, Part II. The tion expenses and other incidental Civil Establishment (General) expenditure of the Supreme Court (Amendment) Order. 1950, No. 7. for the remainder of the year." which is effective from the 1st The note to "Police" reads: of September. 1950, provides a "The 1952—53 Estimates include scale of $1,440 x 48—$1,584 for the an amount of $1,300 for the purDietitian and Housekeeper, Genchase of two horses for ttic Police cral Hospital, and Ihe Officer was Department. These horses have placed in the scale at the point been imported from Canada and which she would have reached have now arrived: the landed had the office been created with cost is $1,417. Supplementary effect from the 1st of April. 1948 %  • AillM.k. %  %  I %  oU, • I. Chrutotxil • %  Mull..l".. > • • %  Campcio %  • K nil... court. %  %  Atari.Una. %  %  Donalo. a a I'Mlatal. i Alr.va Clipi—' %  i Canadian riuiwr. • %  e rn asefa . Atrieati ; .ili4.ii Tractor on the mains helps to make life easier 'Trolleybus' goes digging in the garden K ovision is i e additional i required to meet xpenditure." The note to "Prisons" reads: "Provision is required to meet the cost of certain items of melt is considered equitable thai the holder of the post should be S id salary as a Dietitian and ousckeeper, General Hospital, with effect from the 1st of April. 1948. and the amount Included In lighting apparatus for the Prison the resolution represents arrears in accordance with recommenof salary for the period 1st April, dations which have been made by 1948, to 31st of August, 1950." In The Legislature Yesterday COUNCIL %  ma i^c.uu.f r %  ravla> far mala ....... i Maaa* rrliti • .lablUhx".. f>FM .. I |, %  ir.li -^ lOlf-ll'l* will br i-tp'rt, ei .ii.i-H nli.i-r •vla>d by I DOC i aart K-|M.ri al Ibr llrparlnxnl rmllaai (. lb* } .a. • %  >> • iibi.ii Sana Mr**ta l. laaaa la lb* \-.ir. 'ph a prrn of lana b> %  amia.uf'iionl I... r-..l. ...rt lhim-1-ar 1.1al lUih.h.!m Ibr SI. Jaaapb la* Iha • %  UblMBlaal a pla|ln| taal •! %  a>'"l*ar ana ."na|ripii i.pni (Hi !• i.wr-.r(h. taUbUakaunt at tha %  %  %  E %  ni-•-..t af -.I'II.. a4 Art%  allar* I.. ..... % %  >,., <.,.d. llarb. .Ill U pro.Id. an .aailianal Un| ..II.MI% %  ., •--... In-ll-d la *l aril af lh> i —n A %  ....!x BXalallon la maba Uir VnU a* %  !. J k. tram ibr arhlrfe I .1 i.i. l'i. aatarlaa and r." Un* at *ar*l*aa Mai II>B ... .m araat lhaaa praviaaa far ", lb liifi-r I s.nimlll.. H-pitl A Nnalallan (.r f. — far nn rlralMral Intlallallatia al III i-ral it... Tba OM 111 HOUSE >ua|r tram Ilia Farrilra. a ,..,.!,!... far th. pawl Itam wklab Ika KI.-HI.I.I H.HI.I. Ii.i. 1.1'. at *.. %  %  .* %  la Ibr I iri'i ii.(.-.fir... la lha HaaV* ln>Hi.n Ik* Haao la ffpr.<. Ikat lUrbada! .b.ald parUrlpalIa arvlart far lb* •lllltallak. al Ika >•!'•• al up*"' •" Al* lfllrlp n.. u ... arhaaa ar*U*> u. rpraiiaaa I.. Ika t nll*4 SUUa laatarnnaaail i i.i. araa lalvr appravad Kraarl af Iba Daparlnrnl at N...IU for Ika ... aadrd -n inoa adtaarnad aaUl ... i T lib girl in the picture u cultivating her market garden in tin D I II ana easiest way—by tr. lit] DUS" tractor, an electric device invi-ntea by Russian scientists, and now beinn trii-d tor the flrsi ilmiin Brtuin rhc mintaturr tractor VDJep I ,Hic.l''d :n action yesterday [ %  .tl Veil 111. ... | oi .i mpkt tlreinc motor I'lOHlJ A Hrona i .inns the iracioi with •• aoouen u ion in i .. M lea Cubitpaid oui H-. tinam euuvi omniei*e;atU\ lake uo the slack us she 3 POINTS The Bo-tinead scieniwis ai in i I. .1 Ki-s^nivii *.**3ciai:o!i iv neai Read:n<( nu n| UM *-' len %  irottty%  m i MU twei out< .Jv.uiiuneovri an iracior : — 11 i %  o run ii M i D-. • %  aunt on -no ir.-e Irom oreaitnoa,iU). IT II mv %  • D 'i': fui for W : %  '". set-up -,non :n ui* on ibr >rirl can pktuih barrow roll and do ail tne uni-r icwina inns in u marki-i ^ardm ol ifvr .. Tri 'iia\ tie me practical sizem i tot rrnnomicai iroliavboa irftCUM orK In Britain He was always TIRED Than KRUSCHEN brought a hoppy change Afti i. Itaatsowan art so nr die niunin is nearly to p^r tSmi drirr than i *.i* before nr war HUMDkUM HAPPY ^ i (ii* M rilt MM ol 1$ Itll %  %  :.. ine rnr-d bv | i, %  HOT SPOT ^ \ M \\ I.WH.tl to CUV "I M huml. i iood is also beiBI ,r Hr.iOin* It aunipH nat troni 'he ikrder *DaW %  %  *nk Enrlv Ml :.ir iiiiiiu> :, D %  ime pr;i THE CNAPMU flHCHEH COLUMN irrliii I.I. to ihe givrn 10 i>iychOkTafjfJ U.rb Kto ]ooi in which uteri Inendl" paople %  and. no doubt, nossiu I /ii rtw] aart mu Ii less concernco than the ooy* wiih uav prospecu, or the lac that work would De dull tins netpa %  Mpl.ir OQ !' %  : %  mdc.'iir %  i a more siari• inners l Oil Douw jriii.nit nireaay insmlied *i will ettraci 'he waste i ihe (armvard manure EUckei ID IN IV.nl.s JAMAICA, Au. 26. Ion I'.in i t.iii.iv .nn % %  i HI Kingston's West Knd and iharKrd ha* LMtpf&f nn unnurslne home and breachii of Juvenile I^w and HWiumini sd 'iivf-stiniiiinn mtu what la expected to turn nut a racket in children. AlleKations are thai Ihe woman u-ok uriwanted I'liiklrrn limn ni"thers either al birth or shortly l.i'Miifii'r, injured their lives and %  neii starved them to death. Sewn 'iiliiini. all in various stages of nmlnutritn.il have bean lammd to the city Children's Home and %  .no t'i lio-pi!al. InviLlprUpB I tried wiH-n OM child died .it Ut* Sunday. tail i\ thr. .llilfvd hi tell u* how about a "complrta tranaformation" and quUklv nava htm back .if Joy of llvtm :-"Up to a month asjo. 1 had %  ullAiiid continually from kt Inny disoriter. aclatioa, rheumatism, ami 1 anrally felt off-i nlour. 1 waa coiuitartlr ttred. I uid Hiutiy ri(>dlna but without nir-.t until 1 Kva Krus.li"ii Halla a trial. In foor weeks Kruacheo has lirouirht about, a oompleta transformatioD. I once morn feal It is gu.d lo baallTa."—S.V.M. The kldnoya are the fillers of UM h'liiian body If Ihay bei-ome uln/i'inb, 1 III inn!lira st'ep Int'i the bl."Hi stream and the seeil of hklf-a-doien common ailments la MWB HUafj?. recommended Kl IM i* ideal for infant feeding—lt'ia!-.vays pure, safe anil uniformly nuuri.hin^. KI.IM *up plies thr ini|nii.iiif in.nl CM IKI.IK needed for babies to grow strung and hcillliy. And KLIM U readily digested—another important feature. %  ^ AbilM ill. Kl IM IN JI/'I n.lM, il UUI allll'IUing that so many Moihcrs prefer UI 1. KLIM is pure, safe milk 2. KLIM keeps without rafriqeratloH 3. KLIM quality Is always a-1 form 4. KLIM IS ecellent for growing children 5. KLIM adds nourithm.i.. to cooked dishes & KLIM IS IICOMMINDID 'OB INFANT FICDINGI 7. KLIM Is safe l> Me specially-packed fla 8. KLIM Is produced uader strictest control nt.fic u in ix kill at i. iied %  '. .i Tha < nntana also ar tinn BvaUfi, eorka :.lv Ail lmi>sirlllaa and %  tolaori'.ui wast* ara raeulailv i Baa allmaiiU vanUli -lift ea.iimi-1 %  J.IV aaain. hiBtrlal yourarir Tot trial yours nan •*_ %  '">" 11 CUaaa IwLilVI Mft Mil Lam • HI'UPIII imiuoiiDOiii %  %  JAZZIER 1AZZ %  :• %  beep EXIT SHOWtKi? j^ HIR MIIKH VK"hat nolidavm.i" • a iwtte' fhtintt 1 sun ll*V tOOK Umt Oft II Si ; • ins'rad ol No* there e^:ni'oe .• ease lot alter-nit 'he F.i .-• nolldav so thai u alwevs labs in April Over trie lu" 4J Man weather ni i ead u impn i until il i* no* one ot ITH meat mmnnmef i E. I.. Haakr rrDOriA Tlie average April no* na>. some sunshine on 21 of IU 13 w B I i invention ol drum' luaranu %  repeatedly and WI-I preciaion." The drummer ol DM %  %  fc win gb*j %  ii 'lie IIIIKOI. n %  t-in ol rmdm a rei and elect-ei matcirattle %  o-ition against ih< drum-K II GOOD NiGHT + • luMM I. .. %  %  irrenl u 3a.:Ifh-(! 03 ^4 IADVOCATE 1 CHRISTMAS CARD a s | COMPETITION %  i-. i\ li'imiH p\K\m: New York. Aug. Z, > ,-live thousand ATIUTIt-an IMIOIM n* I %  ions fifth .ivenue In thr MfVsel noment >f tha thirty foul lh nntial coavention. TiW parndd i* exported to last 12 hOMTg. | of N-*' Vorken Unod the vngnuc from. I %  S. .(.'tit. • %  • ..11(1 The Kan i deleffi I iho prtta marcher — Dwight llaenliiiwi-r wl I i mn nuon %  < % %  terdpy at MaVtU'iii s-iii.iic <..i.ii-n. ANOTHEK SHINING Holder of the all-lime American Automobile Aitociation record with 8 major racing victories in 1951, TONY IITTINHAUSIN lavti CHEIVIICO There's always a clean hygienic fragrance in every room svhere this S-M-O-O-T-H Paste cleanser i* used. Pots, Pans. andTilcs.Sinks. and Paintwork respond quickly to its ircaimeol — there's not a scratch in a mountain oi Chemico. Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours %  ria pear alaap. bawauaa an Amarlfa leaS hea f aeao-rere ". e aeMk. aa.v F la aed thaaa Iraabtaa ThU flLaevrarr la In pla*aani. aa.. ...-tifce tablet lormla abeoiui. 1 %  rreaaaa. eee mnr artt* iajl v %  loajail la br1nfnf naw ro*ita a. s9m |s taooaausda. ft •rorka dlra% %  aa tha fUnda and nar*aa. and pu" • .-. rlth blood and anarr Mjf* -loa. In II houra yau rn a-end tf ^ dfMlt aattlna vouna-r Teef JTaa -parfela. roo laal alla and Hill i .utbrol vigour and power. ad. It hat baen p*oafl %  I and ta no* r ton with dependable rrompioni. men fcnow Us*, -'" oet the loit ounce o( power owl ol every drop a< f*l. If yovVe not aelting all the power you're paying U eee your Champ.on dealer. Whole .er make of row own. a new Ml of lull-firirm Chompion Spark fluoi will deli*er the full power built into your engine. First o* lahd. M IU. in t M r Ttllo v...I [h 'Advocate' is running .1 Christines Cud ('" iiprtitioii, thrresults M( which trill bsi published in the Christmas numbu. Competiton simuld 'i*te UM f<>niwIng point The tnmpoUtifm is open Xu all readi i of the 'Advocate' and cards can DO '.I U | i :iii|i: Cards can bo made by any process -painting, drawing, photographic. etc A competitor can enter any number of cards, but all cards must be niii'.iiial work. Preference will be given to cards with a Barbadian or West Indian IT and to novelty cards. The judging will be done by a enmitUe which will ln> %  Editor, Their decision will be flnsJ Prtsea will be as fodows: First— $40 00; Second $2000; Third—$10 00. and iwo c-iiisoljfion prizes of $5.00 each. A sslection "f ihe cards will be displayett .it the 'Advocate' Stationery %  IM latex ;l the Barbados Museum. The closing date for the competition || 4.00 p in. on October 31st; but competitors C4tn itart sending in their now. *J All cards should be addressed to the Bdlt %  TI e Advocate, Bl town. S £ &. '& I I I & 1 i I %  TffiHWt^lilSiH



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WEDNESDA. AUGUST 27, 1952 IIAKH.UMJS ADVOCATE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON Mm ^^ FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG j i sv FLASH GORDON *Sk i '^y^ BY DAN BARRY -j_,rfj T"C AUiTTe*-T?*N5.TTe THAT PLASM Ar.P MAffiA ] tTtPPEP INTO A MOWtNT Be*CE NOW Lif5 SMA*HCP ,_) AND useiess.' BUT THE MACHINE MAS DONE ITS VO*K JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS V BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND Be kind to your face UHLMI in iv the love.*Mt COU Cream lo clranv and your oomp.ri.on onlcaa you also UM Ihe jcnile-t of tmuea l* Don't arw your oaiicate akin Irtcre'i no need. Pond' Mfl Tlau* Hank** .ire to absorbent that they Mil uuicLtv -.oak up In* •.Tea.ro — du*(. n ale make-up and all. And they never volljpw into tomgy lillle piece*. They're unmg at *e.l as toft and ii-rheni There are to many uica for ihete Titauea all UM note. everywlMm. I *ed aa haokiea. they an totter than Cie finl cambric. and aav* you hoan of waahinf and m>nm|. Dealroy n one* you ha*e used Ihem Get a packet today, and .oc, .1 lndy. Vou will wonder how you awe* nunasrd without Pondi Tiiaut Hankie*. At .ill (he beat atom OPT STRONG • AHfOKHINT Unfcuentine Relieves pain of —a raa7 t"UO ! thai I* till Ma. Palo—"OIa Coaler*— Prooocaa log. T.baa of Ian. • la— OlaaoTB roauxa. ltal/*| COMES WtTB H\l\ I ON iUt At : KNIGHTS LTD. | • 1 aOaiirur V ALL BRANCHES IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES APPLES—Fresh K.-.l BIRDS DE LUXE TABLE JELLIES APRICOT JAM COCOMALT CAMPBELL'S CR. OF CHICKEN SOUP CAMPBELL'S. MUSHROOM SOUP LUX FLAKES— Large Boxes . Usually .45 .22 .M $140 4 Now .411 .20 60 UM 42 \NCIIOK lAHl.r: III nlB l-lb |.ks. l-ll. !"' KVAPOHATlll MILK rllUCO PROCBU t 111 1*1. ',-lb okia. KOMI TONIC . BICKHHT TtlMI WIN! I'HOSPHIlKINt TONIC HIM I.OKIKIN i.n I IMMS NO lC1 r MTIWKPFHK TONIC WATKK c 4NA1IIAN C'LIB WHISKY NBOIAWI WHISKY Juat received small ahlpmenl r HUSH I'KO/FN 41.03 I OB .30 1.44 Z.M %  II 3.3 S.M 3.10 IKITT D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE FATHER BROWN STORIES By O.K. CHESTERTON This volume contains .-ill Ihe stories by Ci. K Chesterton originally published in five separate volumes under Ihe following titles. THE INNOCENCE OF FATHER BROWN THE WISDOM OF FATHER BROWN THE INCREDULITY OF FATHER BROWN THE SECRET OF FATHER BROWN THE SCANDAL OF FATHER BROWN This edition contain! an additional story not previously included in this omnibus, called THE VAMPIRE OF THE VILLAGE o.v AfjjjB AT rat: Advocate Stationer? JUST OPENED AN ASSORTMENT 01 PAN BOOKS AT ADVOCAT E STATIONERY NEW FIT! NEW FREEDOM! NEW FLATTERY! THE NEW SHAPE NO m AT THE SHOULDERS NO TAPER AT THK WAIST NO TIGHTNESS AT THE HIP You've* never owned 0 lUit like It! Itfl Now %  rd on a new "cone" principle. Its lints dip straight and true irom broad, hand* itl shoulders to the hips. No old-fashioned taper at the waist! Try on % %  HE NEW SHAPE, in new dynamic, I>e?*pTone-t Let your mirror b Ihe judge A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CI-OTHF.S CRF.ATORS & CRAFTSMEN.



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TAfiF. EIGHT BARBADOS AOVOCATF WEDNESDAY. AIT.I'ST IT. IMi CLASSIFIED ADS. KLCPHONC 2J(x IN MKMORIAM I -m >ou beat .i.\,\trwi;.Hi;.\is CAREER—Be trained u a Newi Keexwtcr or • Feature Writer O. |.>U* n( Mh'n* from ItarBarloa I*. M ...... A Be... km %  Ml m* receive • %  |... ,| ft, 1*1 H UAKE EXTRA MUNEY Ulg ca.h Sri I Pwanrutl (iiininiai Cards Spanlih Greeting'. n tor II W Name impelnt.d Sample. Bya*. AIM 30 heaullful l>o aai mri.M Write Air Mall CYPSt CAHIIK CO : W Union SI ItuBiilo. i; 1 3* 1 IS-IS.. toil SAU AUTOMOTIVE "* f •'• %  *• aR-aday* Mot.., %  VK BVUBMB fcl..,, l;,,,-|leiit eea.glin", awatrdrtvrn. *tncon!IJM"FfllIa#. '' B S A 1>. aj -j n .; M a w ),, VOIIIUS ion True*, .ith aii.ilL.ry K .C !" Mo "l '• ewt Van* and •I P. Two and Four Door Minor. %  "1*. All iratn Mock now waiting fort Royal Oarage Lid FT> CARR A -. r t" %  i • ir.lVml I I K HrM .ilabk from Ma; f bargain, including J.tln AW. Vau*h.i1l iaragr Dial 4*lg SS I U -Si, Bl'NGAl/>W At Pn-pecl SI I Bedroome. drawing; and Olntni %  > %  %  . garage ai.d Bl M H nbrie.1 '"I " IMh DH-rn'l-r ItmmM4 between 4 > and MB 33-3* BLBCTUCAL MIBUCAN E1*.TBIT nrxp FMtZE; DM count, (or 4 month, un Owner h*. "-lr. Telephone n-em • irrTTtir niui.i PRBU Ma MM i I I '\v To A' %  %  % %  bathing ,-,„ furUk \ll%  .! %  1. V. s„le I .' n.ccllent M l.irtlrular* A|>pl< l> i %  ltali built I iN-oti-. in. Servants' r BMS. IB I IS II %  .. %  iitahi'l Hfl.lti. IUI-T Two bedroom, Frnm Sept Do PhoM ;M • aaI" ,he4. SI FLAT HOUSE—FMUjr fi Lawieixe on Sea Phone Shaw. W 1 ii-t '., J ^£ f VEn A u Jirrv |J ^T.t\t .. "BfSy-e*. and I —-1 Phone T4R Ml LM* SUIS REAI. ESTATE lirNGAlOW Stane wall Bunfalow • tied -eANTA MASIA |UMr '"' %  VrArtW'MHl A UUYCK 71 %  M Ita. CI^tlCMIKJN Hlat'k Bee* HI Muh — I. %  %  •*. i acre of Land Laid mil far Stood IblllttM Apply i or Heftldence .. ran be arrwnaMd %  Wal 4SM >i a as Tn AMI .aw Of thr li.l* El*.. .... .1 %  M.,li...l Uu „ r Le>. deceaaM r parcel of land wi] b. Public CotnweUUoai M our Slncl. on I tH si S*li SHlPPIls'G NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -AiiLso raos t\ sora STENTOR and Ajeuit. ]*-•/ I A 141m IStl bl % HEStA Mth I 1BV IRON U'AHI >uch a el* .. -d. to hlri BrtUeai Btan.iEnajuinea melted from nolMleri MM] Government U* paxunaeiu. etc lowest prtcei (L. AtiSA.it. ISM. at 1 | POT further paitirtilari appl) lo Mr A W Harper. Lakea Polly YFARWOOD a> BOVCB, BOaVHon BIB In %  and light Inftnllod. I.SBO ft of la r . 8 NEMTOB IStti Srpter" SABJKo TO itaori V > OSLANJESTAD Hh Scptaonn.. LHI -MUM. Ill UIKIIIAI. PAKAMAHIRO AMD BSUtUM UIIANA . S BOMALnV BHb Auguat. IM) S< S S1BH1UK Hh Saeajjintai. |U ailOMll TO TBINlnAR A ITS At .( • S BOflKUUI1711. A.|g U .<. ItM ta.B HBKA ISlfa tlrnliMII i i il*i | • ft. MUSSON. SON A CO LTB Agent. Tbe M.V "L-AHIHlii •pt Caigu and paaaengeo far Dominica. Antigua Mantaerrai • L.rttbm fl"" i -.-nil* red by the Bavenlh Da* ,urmbt< and %  lantinir on apprKlii.atel> B.OM u ft •2< mif ipatalrm prnprrlv nf flovemii nt Hill. • landing on approiirnaWI* S.eSa > %  ( a| .ml 31 One wall neoprrt> -t Civilian Rd H-nk Hall, •tending on one nnhth of land (4> One property '*tnne> it Water 8 r n cat -tending on J roodof lead %  Si 3 email properilee at King'. Village. .d K-n.ington Nn. nm.il Pa< particular" rontart K SandifoM fprj Bt Dial 3T4 n tt .4. rTTRN'iTUstE %  *ln n,on. lied 3" perfr. i ,.n >* "*n* Dr.k. w *n Phtinr fall* M g.SS—Ba MVKSTOTK Mn>i^ MORECAMBE—Th. "Motecambe" WorU Tbcilre. Bedroon uprtalra I>iwnitalr Dining Room.Hall. Z at arL Toilet, large gar-gi for particular*, apply: •• %  treble ie. I net to %  Diowing inagar. Empire il %  M i. i r,lly lurnuhed all n %  %v.vM'i: HrJ-P IIUt'SBXKri'KH FMI'-^ lai %  Baxter* Road W LADY an-Mm Plan ^f book-keeping and praTMwa taprriencr Am %  I I a'a Ac MISCELLANEOUS 1H TRI'NK Phone IM IPI.M MOTMTaK NOTICE ... •a, i>ii 'i.ii >>ul)i da | HORSES Throe•, old thoroughbr. d "', 1 r ,' uff "*•' %  hi Pink Plnw.r aoUan rah-y by Gold Bridge £:•* '"-Id thoro„,hbr-d Ally % •ull lllnom ex Fair tm Unded Appl ItM 3SJP "i'1-.l 2 %  %  %  %  %  Aiaby bv pairwaj POULTRY MBCIUNKAL s : i T ;-r..r h .^rT^sr."a; OSfSgB 4g|fl CourteiT %  J ./i! .^, r J.~ A "" ,S AaCOl.TimA. ;_IIPUEKT nNudln, TBACTf.Rruttei*. Hake. Loader*. : -harpenerat, n \*< t'l ( tiarage S M nrail two-*loreved ilonewall In Centre Avenue BJM I... mug kltrhan WnhLtNG' %  fl-elllnghouae STRATHCLYDB. Kt i LOSS *quare fart ii.li.g open and eloard vrraiidahi ond dining ro Ith running wa •JBl ronvenlencri intalled Oarage and Servant*' room yard. fnipertlon on application m Ml" Park mean. Strathelyde Dial 3483 Iproperty will be art up for lale public competition it oi.i ofSci %  Street. Bndgatown. on rrlda : Auguat lllpm VtAllftl ii: A UOYCE, BolMllora IT sas—s ITJCTtON Intlrurlkm* recalled I will Mil I 1 i \ IBtMl Mth nt Meaar* Chela Oarage. Ilnfold St Ill IS4B 10 II iniliiian Car (Damaged m iceirteni Tern • CASH Sak> at 3 p m VWCENT uRirrmi. Ilniifir the Miimnni. HjMinrr I have bean Inatructvd ijv the Innu. % %  cr CO to aall at Mr>. fnet Bos.. I Mlh Aug ,-t .t 3 n'rlock. OnMnrrl* B .lighUi lamnged in aecldent Alan One a-pa. SM O-i'l". .f .ale D"Aio A s MINI : H AS'KII s ANTuirR*. t ran dn thlna. old Jawri*. Sn, 'Maura Early bc-ik. M -tc at norrlnar* AafMui Rov.l Yacht Club. 1 W3I .In, I ,. 1 Riliei W-ter1-111 Autographs BbOg) mljuJIillid 3 15* U n i .| .l"v 111 \M niuxt Man i„ > : '*'K %  fTONT 3ft.Jft.4fl Ml.-t %  ir.lie at jo. ,. r „ nallv-ted contact Tie Manager. Moiinl Rr-vHor Ptiintptlon %  t J'l-i PI,,,.,, vi M. 34 S SI Jn BeVBOAIHI i-oMBS To ckar lea thouMMd aaaoited Comb. Comb* frail purp.-*. at Bmng-awa, prh-e I i The Modem Dr... Sho ppe C. NOTICE B8 NOTICE takn \ iii.tnlii.inn %  %  Paaaagr Road., at the follow in.. hour* from now on permanently %  I 4 p m to S p n. Chrtel Palace J N T CHATl^M %  l.i Hi %  "i .rept linn, %  iV*WWAV.W.V,v,'. SEA VIEW CHEST HASTINGS. BARBADOS Dally and Longlrrm Katm quolod (-i requeBt. I'i ri-i..nr nt OB %  > iW'l.Otll. Unifier aDd CorsUll Parties ir.mi.it J. H lll'PKLAND Proprietor. CiREV AIR I.KTTKR K1UMS—Ready (iummrd SOLDERLENE — For Rinding ill MrUls .MSOMTI I ... It,ml,i, Wood, China I i. %  I e,l "odern m-eu BntlfHM rt Itr. 3., rfa>U-rniBt BIIEXR—Rofl ..„.! aBayjaea l-Ulv -It), i.rett. flower dealBTii 9B%  ide il ID and SI 3S yard at KIBTAI i.MVAN17.rn Slirrr-t A llrr.lte,, i 1 .mtlty of tied qualitv Engli*h lalvan'" ^T U •"• %  •< %  , vertlow price* ml 3eSS Auto Tree Co MSB) 1 I n siTtSCRIBB now to the Ball T*l*g..ak. England-B leading Dally How, nnp* now arriving In BarbadM b-r Air only a few Baya attar pohllcatlon londor. Contact l u GU. C/o. Advi. rate Co.. Ltd Local RepieaanMUva Tel 3l|g 'I'll t/V %  •MtSOVIJ. r-,e public ure hereby warned 4.I,,M %  ng credit to m) wife IJIJ.IAN I vnpTR me.JONBBi a. 1 do hot hold i n.lble for her or an\one laa lontractlng any debt o o>ht. In name imleea b> a written order <>l ivrit HAIU'KH. Mldtllcto,, St OeoraTht public are hereby i iMng credit to my MANDLBB u..e MINGS old mveif reapoi-iBible for 1 l*e contracting ., %  > name unleea b> a ANM | IIOSE1 lllAMH.pl M a at -e public aie herctn> warned .igniii ..• credll to nt> wit. ENID A(JIT*T (AVIS nee WORHKLI %  a. I do n. it inyielf reumalble for her or atvon r conlracUns any debt o. debt. In n IBalBB. toy a wilHen order ng" it trroN OHEAVES ..re taer.l). uained agaln.l lg credit to ray v.ile III1J1A POHTI. I-HANCISI aa a do not hold nyaelf I Mil.ll THE SILVER HAMMER r'Utie". Maxwell. WIIK-H tnclu-lr•rgoixl ftquaie Tip Top Table Up ght ChnlrWiiUng Table. KlKtatul m Ijuip. Onuunriti Table. 1>. i Hire, A IN II. v Rnill-. iPerfe.t I I Hockcii ieliM. Cop i hast I.I rareran igood* Pine Sli gle HeiUlead. artruBj ><>d ihep ship MoUrrMc* .in, ilcl I.I 'I %  i Cai i. Whll PS I.,I l>, PlaW: St.uM, I-Bui iWlSWir I...U. K i.*v I'm tod Table, and Chair*. Hooka ray and olbcr lltttM of intcre*t FURNITURE AUCTION -BBMBAM HEaUMIIHAM IIABU1 TO-il,%Y recerve.1 11. -eirnct ionII O.ult,dr Tip ( %  I'llNI Er-r-PJTTS M ll.led "'HI' VIEWING MOIIMNO 01 SAI X TableVatrlo, lk De*k T.,111..,, Ued.ld. TaBISS I IN MAHOG AMY WESTIM.i'fM -F WT liecelvrr igni-il tfW Bl ng il-r Tubular Armchair. Small Arm. ,.ili. ***** A Tabllamp*, %  varlou* Ivpeii CVwk fOIlt Frame with Bin. raeA gnrt rdM Haiigtne Murm A Folding Table in ..im.d Oak. Dumb W.lle. O.V., Shrfl Woodrr FakMng Chair. Ca.-I Table A lover. Limed Oak Che.1 of [•rawer. Dominican Ruit. ltd Wardrobe. Clothe* Rat k pid I Chanr*. Wall Mlrmr. uak A Walnut : : single Mattmae. Walnut Drag*,. iig T*' I' I M-oiiiiK rt,-,t. I l""l I %  %  linen %  tLVRRIS()N LINE OUR Black Suedette "BALLERINAS" PRICF.D AT ONLY >.-.". (H I U Mill FROM THE l '.. i l li KINGDOM T i %  t %  of l'inteen | ... i .(,!„ Ar ii., iMaat I., rjlnne ..... .,—o I ItlOHi.lKi H 11„ i i i„ i\ lira. Bn > El. 'op Taw vMoii siove. 1 i I.MII.M ) Ovn. 1 b.n. i Mincer. Ian.. Weightier Marhlne. l(-'rltf .,.!.,rontatner>. rieatrtr Iron NEW WORLDn. COM ret.. IA-K*-.S n-.-irie feto** A *l B n ii r-.r' -i.-. Alarm l i %  lllcvcle Table Tci.nl. Table Arrn Chair ft C1 kDa Beet BMtfl %  l*n i Mower Sbrart SI—-la-lder. Watering AICTIONEERS 3mUm V. Illeaalaa.. ft C ,* ii-.n. ifiin I'liiii. I...... r.iniiiii... i.lEHCHANT•TRADBR" 1'iAierm•NOVaUST' I'AVr* Doe BuM. 1711, Auf. SOI* Au. alrcl Au. h S*pl eh Spt 2181 Spl I6lh Set*. 30th St*. IIOMKH Mil, FOK THE UNITED KINGDOM VMMI Kor OtaM IB Bir..*.i S. "BIOGRAPHER" .. ...London Mlh Au, ror liinlu'r inlurmution nppl> to . DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents irve C IE 6 U TRANSATLANTIQUE Sailiais froBa Soulhainplou to Gsadrluupe. Ma^rftiBMiur. Barbados, Trinidad. LB (iuilra. Camacav* a* Jsaaulra From SnylhaBtpton ArrivrB Barbados *"DE GRASSE" .. .2nd Aug.. 19&2 . 3rd Sept., 1052 ;. 'Not railing at Guadeloupe HAIUNG FROM BARBADOS TO i l null From Barbsdss Axrhrs Southamplos • '•COLOMBUr .. 24th Atlf, 1982 5th Sept., 1952 J *"DE GRASSE" 16th Sept., 1952 20th Sept., 1952 9 %  Saiiiug dirsct t" SouthamptoD i. M JONES %  % CO.. LTD.,—Agents. R B // • VE IN STOCK TKKRAZEO Msrble Chips I 11 KM 11 Marble Finished SheeU TRINIDAD Cedar Bo.nK AI.l'HIMl'M CorniCBicd Shrrits AH MINIUM Gatlerlns — 18". 24". GALVANISED Comas-ted SheeU HARRED WTRF T. HERBERT LTD. Inoorporslfrd 1926 ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANS -* %  -I. %  -"%  -' --\-^=... %  %  GOVERNMENT NOTICE WIRELESS IIICO \IM VST LICENSES i:i.l< Irtll \l IMI ItFEKENCE 1. The pubh. kg rtn that. In accoidance with the praviaioriH ol HIP WltBJjBBl TfdBBTiiphj Act 1940 uml the Regulations %  nude thereunder, it is DlBgal to ipeiatc wirsless aBpsratus of ANY KIND (inrhiding RpdirTii.'iini Ludbpcukers) oi to stll or deliver lea* api kU licence has rtrat been oblained. Also (hat no such IrBfnci II valid unless all fees and sums due in respect thereof how bsjBB 2. Holders of Ik)IOCS loi WIRKLESS BHOADCAST RECEIVIRS reminded thai these licences explra on the Slat day of July and are renewable during the month i licences st tho Public TIP.THH> in ..( TEN SHILLINGS 3. The attention of the puhlii Ad which makes it illegal tn lisp iMiising electrical interfercini* wltl 4. Any LtMUli ornmtnt Electric tliBptWtOT Qd> Mridgetown. AUGUST by presentation of the Hie payment thereinto of the sum i also Invited to Section 14 of the .' | vehicle, apparatus, motor, etc • ireless reception. • vhould be addressed to the GovGrant Building. Bolt on Lane, 24 8.52— 2D SONG RECITAL JOHN ltll Hilllik Galen* Tenar AT < OMHtKMlRI H M I ON lllNSSIlAV. HI 11**1 III R lain ISM. M BBS p ea \,..ui>pai.i.i — t HAiitrn DwiaalON: Re*avv*d Baata — SI M t iticeeted — t*r Hurricane HINT I'i, i .ml inn N.. II) AlU-r | \'.,i inn:. — Mertli/e und (ill all available jugs. 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P\t.l IIS BARBADOS ADVOC\TF WEDNESDAY. Alt.I ST 27. ISM 1 Everton Weekes Completes 1,000 Runs Makes 4,000 Runs In Three Seasons Robinson Vs Turpin ? Bv DENNIS HART LONDON.'Aug. 20. Oeorge (iamford. manager of .D-ld-mtddlr-welght champion By HOY MAKSHAI.I. PRID1 -.his week's report l I August 16—niul BO lo Everton V. The brilliant Barbados end We* Indie; Test l.atun.n ntury ol the .season on Saturday.ea.ris |Xn 0 !" i^d^, ^moir and in ihe process became ihe firs. professional E£%8i£fi!iJl£JF!& i iw to complete 1.000 runs ior the er Robirwon want* lo have %  'l quick-fire US r0i 0U1 which included tliirti h>*.t with British champion ht his total aggregate for the past three seasons Randolph Turpin Out for a Record %  %  %  I I %  lessskaa*) %  %  standine h<:i I I I I \. ClM In a 1" %  %  Ott took S (or HI ]\ but 29 he was : %  I I \HlTON WIT.KES Koiuid The Soccer Clubs % % %  • %  \. Kisi.tnn by 24 runs. %  i : 1 121 after 2 hour; Sohortl. Rlshton".ii in peal [th the ball and claimed nine wickets for Itcl FUi 11 II OUt fQt 1 Marshall ook I i 1 ancushlra League %  i j Naylerwbo %  i %  %  nut* As %  Iclffle, '<"! |B %  ] hour* and lV# the \ssary run* .-.., batted Art and "with ihe Wue^acfcchteT it for 8 declared. >'*•, *' •"'' £? q "" opened for ti— for once the West Writing .. the American boxinn magazine -The Rinsj", Gainfi.rd say* "Jock Solomons, the London promoter, for whom Kay fnught the first time, hats never 'Mother proposition The %  ton th;it Rjbinson refuses Rand\ again is not founded on fnet. Robinson would welcome a proposition for this engagement." Ilul when I spoke lo Solomons about this 24 hours after his return from tiie U.S. Ithat he mode an offer to Gainford a> far back as last February' Since then he had been in 0QBftsct with him by transatlantic telephone, but had been met with evasive answers such o> -Roiiii..*on was going to retire." or Robinson was Koing to fight % %  .i Imhi l %  What does Robinson him-clf sitv on the retirement fHirstii.N Whan he left a New i I'M'ital last week after a remodelling and patching up job on scar Mamies over hi* legncv of hi* two fights against Turpin the middle-weight champion said "I intend to take a long rest, probably until the winter. But I want to light again. I've no Intention of announcing my retirement." Operations Rv IIENKV ROSE Laaktaa Can Newcastle United Na^ obinft ~ lions raise the flags of himland. i .-land, and I,,D Chile fee %  • third luceeseiva tune complet, Nay lor hit 2R fours in Hoard exhibition of fore,ig and when Radclifie had 19*—3 Worrell had .mode not out. %  i ••rili v. CromaJon pet of pulling off i another set back at Werneth where the % % %  the better a me The match itRamad hto'i highest sroro In LeoRuc cricket These operations were conducted by Robinson's personal uhvsieinn. Dr. Vincent Nardiello. Nardiello said that whilst was on the operating %  s decided to carry out further operation, the removal ... an obstruction to Robinson's %  %  Wpibk-y breathing and Ihe straightening better to a*k lhnthc Th B nWesilule 3 mun who knows h!s way Mind... .„ r „ rv folded to the royal *££W !" " "the o'peratlon the doctor r> ; the Yorkshiremon ^ .. fo ,. owlnj hl unirk „, „.„ face, Robinson will have to rest i„ rum: "We mu have I" '" •' %  '" month..%  .> %  So much depends on the draw but wc sum must have other crack at RobBrltaln at any rate— season—at Tottenham, are extremely .flight. Swansea and Portsmouth. ReTricre la I seemingly impassable • lid It? MumblliiK block — money. For Simpson (Scot); Bobby r.ainford soys that he wants RobAtwell tEngli-"hl, Alf Mc.MleInson's share of the gate tri> be heel (If Ml) J' 1 *' Harvey 1P0.000 dollars (approx. 165.000) Prank Bmrnan With the entertainment lax In (Soon Ted Robiea.. (Clv.lean); Britain rising lo 32 per cent at Tommy Walker (Scot); Billy the end of August, such a purse Foulkc (Welsh); Jackio Milis prohibitive. George Hobledo Mitchell (Scot 1 1U.IUT *r*.vi !;,kr off .i thin! .f the srotTSVAy or mi: WEKK: ~BRIAN CLOSE IX)NDON. KtW yoUOg cricketers achieve in their tirst season of ;irst class cricket auch greatness as did Brian Close. This young Yorkshireman standing weli over six feet and powerfully built, came into prominence in 1949 when, at the age of 18, he completed the cricketers' "double" of 1.000 runs and 100 wickets. He was selected to piay for ocT-splnners with conrudentbUEngland against New Zealand In success Test, and so became th': As a batsman he relies more to repreupon aggression than solid desent his country. This was before fence for his success, but his ne had won Ins county cap. m-thods pay dividend*. His big Me was then selected for ihe hands ensure close-lo-the-wicket MCC tour of Australia, under the ilelding of a high order. captaincy of F. R. Brown, and The first part of his career has i. the secona Test match, already pasaed. His unsuccessH--t there are limit* even to the ful Teat appearance in Australii ...,...b:l.4ic of the greatest crickis forgotten. The new Briar i Close, at 18. was not Close is a more mature player • %  ufrlciently mature to stand the And, barring accidents, he will i in ol nearly 12 months of soon be back In the England side ontinuous cricket. His form fell and making a regular position *way badly. He made only one for himself for many year_ %  > run in his two Test innings and come. But despite Gainford's announcements, despite Robinson'* announcement, and despite the Rareey modestly glosses over ^^^T^^^l^l'l. through three away games in a " ARGENTINIAN long-distance ,.vim:net Antonio Abertondo. A3, prepares to drop a bottle flying the flags of the U. S. and Argentina as he treads water near tha Statue of Liberty in New York harbor. Tha visitor Is ujing the Baltery-toConey l-land swim os a warm-up for his attempt to cover a 230-mile stretch on the MississluDi River. the series. Almost a forgotten man. he re, i >M to England and was swajsrad up by military duties. This season, his service completed, he re-entered county % %  kss] with a big query hanging over his head. Could he reproduce his early form or was his career finished almost before it had begun'' The answer came soon enough, l-ast week Close became the tirst player Ihis season to complete once more the 1.000 run& and 100 wickets double. Near Miss By only the narrowest morgii OOUld he have missed selection tor the final Test against India. The decision of the England selectors to play another batsman. Wnlson. Instead of an all-roundei was influenced by the limitation: of the tourists. Had the Australians been ilv v.slton, England could have illafforded to enter the field without %  player like Close. Thus the stage Is set for his big come-back next summer. TV Australians will be the visitors >nd the door is open for %  tirst .!• all-rounder. His value to any side as howler alone Is two-fold. He can open the attack with medlumpeced swingers and, once the thine has been removed from the ball, he enn and does turn io N0RNIN6COUGKS Den'l *: monvlnt nd night coujhWI. inssSa of BreiwhllL Sff APllima rX "'P "< *"'"" """ 1 r %  * ; UKNl>ACO. TlilT'i.l Stlthout Irylna HI HlfOlilTI* —• %  ....•" rrvMni I a* bronchia Mtaj Inlr.._ tbas'aMluna~so.rT baf^sii aat ln.mrdls.Uty lo r*mov. .hick, .Ik-. piu^ui, rhua •iii.tni( ronajnlnc %  nd prnmuilria fr**r brrihin -'' J %  ;"• r.tr..r.inr alsea '>" &*.. %  UAiU frcm rear ohnnin li0 VukU •<" %  U-tlon or mrny MM f aaraiUMO. Pains in Back. Nervous, Rheumatic! Wroaf foodi and drinks, worrr %  sswsiWk •> %  *! rrsqiioat eo*dt>rnn PI a stnla on u.. iian.y. and Ktdn*. aae Bkaddar TTfjabi w • ih* Irur MtaM f BBWMa Acidity, qalllr.fl' rTlffcu. Bornlny Paaua.i !- %  Halm MarsVMMM, filum.... s*ol>n An Even an outdoor promotion at„,. he wai bowtaA ; urii. (EnHh ,„ot46el "; hl nl n b > % %  trmclln. 50.000 people could not ., k ,,i 5 5 mm,;,with IhOM loVwrd bl.Ue, which .til. • flh I. o,, cpen,ve ? %  ,XM, I ol.,; a ti. ",; ;H, cn.1 "i pnxluce 1wo.lhrec.ond .omebunnen. There i> Ihe rent .( Z, S.diJoni IlJ-J %  "" low Pll "i live mlnuten. Ihe Madlum. Durmml o referee. ...r, '.ill IC .1 m-l.--man..er Sl.n Seyand other ofnea].. ,,dvertlsl,.. M r „„, u ,... it I, how and of courM purjj. for other . „ ...i %  I tot Ihe 1" chop clown seven lop-nolcher .ontelant on Ihe hill. *.,,,, OB !" nrc bclnB made lo ;., a remilatlon sire forward line In a lop class promotion ant 'live. of Ihe ^pporlln,, bouU are beKor ih %  fJdiUM to lluil WcmHveen men of championship class. i,l, v .,";,,,. 'I. i, ;u It. t li.ni,v iiivl Iliey lid not llkht for peanut-. %  nd t;,or(tc Hannah. And on top of everything, there I; v...iil.i he -impl, if each had would be the littlematter of a not his own special brand of frefl for Mr. Turpin No doubt Soecei liom M Ibiirn*. .'ie would want some payment i shooting to the bland for his trouble .... ... | t.neland. %<• Surrey SsA Up Post-NNar UMrril nipnndcnl II I.ONIXJN, Aug. 26. I today by 1047 with it up a pow •HI b] winning Ihll th championship game in tha aaaeoo. The previous best was x won !i .M.tii t.unc with Middlesex was drawn M Lord's where %  his second eentuiy tnur. >t iii.r.i.nu.i' Surrey Beat ll.imp*hlrr by Sin W irkcta Hampshne '303 and ISO. 304 for clared and 151 for 4. SIISHCX Beat GLimorgan By 47 RUSM !b!l and H when Mldoleton b among the players — L.K.S. Natonnl Service. That leaves Ron Simpson (nw.iiuiig his 7. call-upi Wttll 18 Jack Thompson :is stand-In for Ihe first team. (i (A. Fagg 118 not out). Middlesex and Indians lirrw Indians .. 28!) and 2n for 0 declared. Middlesex 25f> and '.! tot (W, Barkth i2: .) B HI). H'mirk and Vorkxhlre l)rrv% w.H-wi.k 337 and US H n l _^ nl In, '. .i, clared. Yorkshire 104 sod IM daI ureaahdn Brat N.>rthamplon-.l Horeestrmhlrc ll.t AirujNESjy b t* An"U


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WHAT'S OH TODAY "tun* g—loa If m CMlrt of Amt csrsSngio" Y£itf£A)^S WEAIHtR REPORT U.S. Oilman Inspects Abadan Refineries Mission Said To Be Best Thus Far To Restart Oil Industry TEHERAN, Aug. 26. UNITED STATES oilman. William Alton Jones, chairman of the Board of Cities Services Corporation in New York, and a party of seven flew from here to Abadan to inspect huge re fineries there at the request of the Iranian Government. Jones was to return to the Iranian capital within a week. Jones* Mission has been shrouded in threat secrecy and there is speculation whether the Cities services Corporatinn. reportedly the fifth largest oil distribution company in the United States, will provide technical aid to Iranians in running the former Anulo-Iranian refineries at Abadan. Premier Mossadegh sometime aifo sent a letter to Jones Inviting him to visit Iran. A later report stated that Jones Inspected the giant oil refineries at Abodan on Tuesday. Anthernn newspapers .said thev believed an agreement would be signed with the Cities Service Corporation of, whlrh he is a Board Chairman to! manage and market Iran's oil I Jones conferred with high officials of the Iranian Oil Company after inspecting the establishment. Reports from Abadan said discussions begin on problems of the exploitation, extraction, refining and the tale of oil and the need for technicians. Best Mission The Teheran newspaper commented thai Jones' mission had been the best thus far to arrive and the most suitable to restart the oil Industry. They believed "an* Government of Premier Mohamed Mossadegh would sign an agreement with ihe Cities' Bstvta foi manaiiement of the industry on behalf of Iran and for the sale of oil In world markets. Seyd Aixilghasscn Kashani. a Moslem religious leader and a speaker of Majlr. left by plane for Mera after calling on the nation to co-operate with the Government in a reform programme. Kashani called on Iranians to put aside their differences and avoid unrest and disorder as "trouble makers, ananiiaa. ml u %  try and of religion." He said hi* mission was ttic unity of his brethren and that in addition to Saudi Arabia where he would be a guest of he would visit other Arab states to attempt to "create u third force between the l and the West." —U.P Detective's Death Investigated atom Out Own Corrcpinid*nli PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 26 The police are conducting a departmental inquiiy into the incident in whiih Detective Constant Stannfleld Williams was fatally shot in South Trinidad last Sunday. The investigation is being ducted by Superintendent Reid of the San Fernando Division and Superintendent Preau—Hill St. Patrick Division. Williams was killed in an accidental guntlrc clash between groups of detectives from the two WARMER And WARMER Hridgrtoun ha* become a warm place to live In" even If the world Is not % %  iiiiu warmer and warmer. During the last few days the thermometer recMrred 98 in the shade Instead of the rerular 84 and S8 decrees. The weather, hot or cold, is usual)* a topic for conversation especially when breaking the Ire between strangers, but since last week II has been mentioned in discomfort. I • feel the swelteringheat sappine; on*"* energy and then be invited to UUk about It was too much for some people. Some neoplc believe Uiil this Is the right weather for ripening com and It I* fortunate that Harbados doc* not have much corn. (rUiers belicvs* that businesM houses shoald open at 7 Instead of o'clock In the morning, so that Broad Street, the hottest i.irt of the city, could be closed down by 3 pan Hairs in liquor, however, did not decline even although there was an Increase In snowballs, lemonade and even maubv with "miraculous hush" In It. This would seem to Indicatethat rum. whether It Is Gold Braid, Top Notch, Cockade Macaw or Sugar Cane Brandy. is never too hot to handle 1 Barbados. A Swedish rlaciologlnt, lir Hans Ah I ma nn. pronounced In VVashington this week that the world Is gradually getting warmer and warmer. He < addressing the International Geographical I'nlon. f'ritm Ml Oiiurh-rn US. Voters vVill Think Sheep Betray More Qf World Affairs taurtscaped LEADERS IN VIOLENT EGYPTIAN RIOTS ON TRIAL IIv IIAKKY W, PRANTY ASHINGTON, August 26. POLITICAL issues have dominated the • d Suu'.s. but diplomatic 1 BtlOffl %  ill .i;aln he th CUsMtaOCfcl on November 4 for ait early iruce in Korea. Moscsm i ..iiui'ui.t in..'nt of an all umoii Conarvi i i i the Cominunist Party on October . and the rather widespread 'i in the United StatM pv orotectiee tariffs nave rather sombre undertones i bad beaten up Ikeai ttro arders tn a railway carrtaaje, them with t.'K u own bandcuA, and juinpitf from the tiling: a< 3 in.ph. They were recaptured 24 BU bOrO they escaped. stoekhatlm: An escaped prisoner, seeing police nearby, gtoc dunimiea in a shop window, A fly landed on his nose — and now he IN back in ptaWL Mombasa: Kniv. s oarried B) if M. 15.000 Sikhs in Mombasa U M Comreligious symbol are now i>f1'iti.i i > prlaonan wens woundBttoh ttateititnti would be classed as swords. Rarason Blkh noon August 11 weupatd fff'itl aleenhoww I against a new b\ "' United Nations [supeHoi importance In WorM ng all races from can-yln %  and might determine the knives svsflant vie-[election result BovUrl R | Berlin: Two arn. reveille h I ioi I QSsmsUdOUS been ordered [or Arrsancsn troop. \"*"[ \ hc "nv "'" '*gH a lodustrlsl production U??L* JtL &23BS '<". "ve-ysau p.. MB Comminritis W bunded In hoje Prison Violations sly hurt in th. Disturbance %  to the butts .1 aun-up.l^ £u*reonC% M,,a,lt V *#*"* which w ,il I %  -lunchat 8.30 and hurt N-Uoni I* 1 0 ""*1 %  •. constrain political leader, of bot:. %  .11 it %  day .it i ,,],, RssM ", v Korea,, mmunicatlo* ton" l,u Republican and the Dernoi d.e ughi started;'"i^^p^s '"' Ilerhner* cm d relax .MI nearby ubout SS0 p.m on August 1|, l f ,| lb 1 intenslflcatkin ol the bathing benche* during ihe afterPrisoners In enclosure 12 refused v ld w 11 during the next four noons undisturbed by stray ImlAfter 4."> >' rar I*TfMdentiBl teim l*ts. i me -v Fis*-nh(>wer*s statement in KanSydney: French sclenti-ts toll r an International Seientiilr Radio (Into Irs coinnaund. Teal *• Union conference this week that j/aihvi to atop UM singing which HM SIITI is not round like jn " Wtalf W|t a violtUon Of i-'gulallong prohibiting deniimstriitions. l>rlsoners started lhiwing roctu .t troops sUTToursfiogj | ; given lo Ore into the compound man said en< losun U houses known communist ughsV t'rs. Bpeclal precautlorsi haw been taken tn prevent a recur. nee %  < the trouble. —I'.P. orange, but elliptical like an eg/. d the part we cannot see made up of gases. Thoy claim have discovered this by radltelescope observations Johannesburg: About 100 drink* cra/ed African* are roaming the Fstern Transvaal after a weekend orgy in which thev and 200 others fired Afrlran p-iltre ninrof a colliery, stabbed 20 Africans, smashed up a mine store, stole 200 gallons of Kifflbeer nnd 11 baff nt 'Har. nnd itled Africans be'onffinr< nni Pld building that overlookUM r elortion if he i" nominated. -C.P. still hung on the clothes rack and '.marketing in the United Kingdom her slippers were on the floor, in-land also t*. iepn dilating that she took a last I LV bath before leaving — U.P. WEST GERMAN POLICE ARREST REDS U.N. Arab-Asian Bloc Will Discuss Moroccan Dispute UNITED NATIONS, Mew Vmk Augual ^ ; THE U N Arah-A.um bloc will mi 11 on Weanegday t closed ceucui to plot itrategy (01 handling the Frent I roccan dispute in the forthcoming General Aaeembl sion. Thirtoen Arab and Asiatic rfiplomatg Kill ion 1 aw il the mid-tnwn offices ol the i on the requaat ol [raoj'i parmanent delegate Awni KhaUdy to digthe Moroccan issue. — Storm Lonxttetl North-Ekt*t Of Antigua The group wax originall. %  < la duled to meet m Tneirtay, but the %  • %  as postpomd because Informed quarters repi Kh.l dj ICafe asked iw.lv OUu Arab Asiatic nations to loin with i Iraq in iponiorfng the assembly : it i -I of ths bloc -are sponsoring the move to have th* Turn. reviewed by the assembly this yc.i %  many are somewhat reluctant to act likewise In the Moroccan Jsue. There is DO OUegUOD that all the Arab and Astatic nations will )oln wtth Iraq in championing the Moroccan case when it comes up l.cfore the S0-natinn assembly, but %  hat inme would prefei to asraH UM ment of ih. Tunisian situation he[ore * %  %  %  • %  %  iva no lss> in^rtimce if it <: Chi none R'wls Attack "Hunker Ifiir in Vain SEOUL, Aug 20. Heds hurled two battull n agulnt Uie listtie 1 Bunker Hill %  last night and early today in costly bid vain Mempi Bptura log i.i Ise i ranmuiiiom. OeMral John I commander "f the United st.i!.., division defending "Hunker Kill" ftaW 1 \pected mOr ii. eOorti -to get u out ol than Communists last nigiii urrered the heaviest lotai I States marines cut down 3,uno Clni Who I'.iUli <\ u i ".. ridge tWO wii-ks ftgfl Allied ri said they killed .it least Mm < P/OUdded no. A full battalion Of Chinese— 800 men waded through it.itbed wire entanglements gal uu In mine ll.lds to charge the ereil at 10.90 p.m. %  eraamloj and burling fumades. the ed battalion sttai b ehlnd i) !,. %  UM mortal Allied ii..ii bine gun and rtrlaj poured stnain: iti In. Into the onslaught, driving Ihe I lit* r .,, hour and a half. The Chineserailed lo reach United Nations' bunkers on "> %  creel ild thai %  end blnnse battalion attack wei stopped st i do .. MI gi the outei del i Mill He said thai I I %  %  ts ., nvrvlng baeh lo • itiunn alter the first battalion attach >urpried MttaUon as it tn %  reeptnj towards aha f''t of "Hunkc Hill." He said that the Allic dipersed i '-immiunpaat I last night Irth % %  ri preceded by amallei engagements 1.30 H m. In ,.i, fought the Cr %  i I lOSfl to ettfhl ho \ • Queen Represented At Mass For Eva Peron LONDON, Augual M Kil'TKKN hundred pei includuiufa repreaentatlvt of Queen BUgabetta II Ailed W'eatmlrurterc^tbsvdral In Lon don for :i scilernii i.<)iiicni IIKISS for Senora Kvu Peron Diplomatic repi lentativwi -\ the Brittah government, visitim; united st;iu s tourtgta, and averafja Brltona thronged the Cathedral for Ore one-hour agiviea itartlng at noon. Queen lUuboth ii. who is la — i. il i.y theEarl of Cm Prui Churrhill wag represent, I i %  u i II %  Lloyd >• M %  I Stall %  group In tht Foreign I'm liie.il Hiiiiien in black velli ii dressed Ii i.i... i %  i, ml % %  belli lolled . I of I I %  Of then I Hundreds of A %  i Peren al rVankfurt, Haml i rvlc EsfGH \lu> Brian An A*lioii A^ninsf ">niriti I>JIII/H" HOLLYWOOD, Aug 2H. Ooldwyn May* latli .' %  lion %  has lefus-'ii t<' report for work on lad Wednesday did not show Up lo itarl work In rhe studen. n make n Aug. £•> Five mruoi Unltsdj W U will de irxifimftl m\ H % %  %  ; ..rges Uiat they and two large British firm*' trotlad the world'a oil j> The Senate'a small but Uw r..Ttimlltee. in piibl-hing lh.' I'olilit.'iil PjTasMnierfl MFJCK'i CITY. Aug. 2 ,. '3 J-ilTl.r lo in ihe wake .-f th bloody p election of July fltli during Win %  person' Inlui ed %  vvolu' %  I %  ' %  %  n who was ion's eandential el< P DUSSEAL pruning ia essential tn the pelfttl l! *' in application ensures that the paaM aVan I "t' 1 '""• lM "jl wala off the destructive alkalis and tagj m ncw surfaces, and at the same U>7ii proud. for the paint coats to follow, fttaaaspt OaflUralion, permifs apeed] [Minting and assures (hat the rssfall WuMeW M I DI V BERGER PAINTS ON SALE AT ALL HARDWABE BTXWES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agenli


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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, August 27, 1952
Frequency: daily
regular
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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YitfA)^S WEAIHtR REPORT
U.S. Oilman Inspects Abadan Refineries
Mission Said To Be
Best Thus Far To
Restart Oil Industry
TEHERAN, Aug. 26.
UNITED STATES oilman. William Alton Jones,
chairman of the Board of Cities Services
Corporation in New York, and a party of seven
flew from here to Abadan to inspect huge re
fineries there at the request of the Iranian Govern-
ment.
Jones was to return to the Iranian capital within a week.
Jones* Mission has been shrouded in threat secrecy and
there is speculation whether the Cities services Corpora-
tinn. reportedly the fifth largest oil distribution company in
the United States, will provide technical aid to Iranians in
running the former Anulo-Iranian refineries at Abadan.
Premier Mossadegh sometime aifo sent a letter to Jones
Inviting him to visit Iran.
A later report stated that Jones
Inspected the giant oil refineries
at Abodan on Tuesday. Anthernn
newspapers .said thev believed an
agreement would be signed with
the Cities Service Corporation of,
whlrh he is a Board Chairman to!
manage and market Iran's oil I
Jones conferred with high
officials of the Iranian Oil Com-
pany after inspecting the estab-
lishment. Reports from Abadan
said discussions begin on prob-
lems of the exploitation, extrac-
tion, refining and the tale of oil
and the need for technicians.
Best Mission
The Teheran newspaper com-
mented thai Jones' mission had
been the best thus far to arrive
and the most suitable to restart the
oil Industry. They believed "an*
Government of Premier Mohamed
Mossadegh would sign an agree-
ment with ihe Cities' Bstvta foi
manaiiement of the industry on
behalf of Iran and for the sale
of oil In world markets.
Seyd Aixilghasscn Kashani. a
Moslem religious leader and a
speaker of Majlr. left by plane
for Mera after calling on the
nation to co-operate with the Gov-
ernment in a reform programme.
Kashani called on Iranians to put
aside their differences and avoid
unrest and disorder as "trouble
makers, ananiiaa. ml u
try and of religion."
He said hi* mission was ttic
unity of his brethren and that
in addition to Saudi Arabia
where he would be a guest of
he would visit
other Arab states to attempt to
"create u third force between
the l and the West."
U.P
Detective's Death
Investigated
atom Out Own Corrcpinid*nli
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 26
The police are conducting a de-
partmental inquiiy into the inci-
dent in whiih Detective Constant
Stannfleld Williams was fatally
shot in South Trinidad last Sun-
day.
The investigation is being
ducted by Superintendent Reid of
the San Fernando Division and
Superintendent PreauHill
St. Patrick Division.
Williams was killed in an acci-
dental guntlrc clash between
groups of detectives from the two
WARMER
And
WARMER
Hridgrtoun ha* become a warm
place to live In" even If the
world Is not .iiiiu warmer
and warmer. During the last
few days the thermometer
recMrred 98 in the shade
Instead of the rerular 84 and
S8 decrees.
The weather, hot or cold, is usu-
al)* a topic for conversation
especially when breaking the
Ire between strangers, but
since last week II has been
mentioned in discomfort. I
feel the sweltering- heat sap-
pine; on*"* energy and then be
invited to UUk about It was too
much for some people.
Some neoplc believe Uiil this Is
the right weather for ripening
com and It I* fortunate that
Harbados doc* not have much
corn.
(rUiers belicvs* that businesM
houses shoald open at 7 In-
stead of o'clock In the morn-
ing, so that Broad Street, the
hottest i.irt of the city, could
be closed down by 3 pan
Hairs in liquor, however, did not
decline even although there
was an Increase In snowballs,
lemonade and even maubv
with "miraculous hush" In It.
This would seem to Indicate-
that rum. whether It Is Gold
Braid, Top Notch, Cockade
Macaw or Sugar Cane Brandy.
is never too hot to handle 1
Barbados.
A Swedish rlaciologlnt, lir Hans
Ah I ma nn. pronounced In VVash-
ington this week that the
world Is gradually getting
warmer and warmer. He <
addressing the International
Geographical I'nlon.
f'ritm Ml Oiiurh-rn
US. Voters vVill Think
Sheep Betray More Qf World Affairs
taurtscaped
LEADERS IN VIOLENT EGYPTIAN RIOTS ON TRIAL
IIv IIAKKY W, PRANTY
ASHINGTON, August 26.
POLITICAL issues have dominated the
d Suu'.s. but diplomatic
1 BtlOffl ill .i;aln he
th CUsMtaOCfcl
on November 4
for ait early iruce in Korea. Mos-
csm i ..iiui'ui.t in..'nt of an all umoii Conarvi i i i the Com-
inunist Party on October . and the rather widespread
'i in the United StatM pv orotectiee tariffs nave
rather sombre undertones i<- political rotwiwarl her
. mg the last
I'lplomiiK Ofsssk D M tint Uie
rOWnal Vulu war" will be up*
L the i
election day. and that Governor
Adlni Stevenson's prospect of
u I'|H-(id lornelj upon
the skill and wisdom oj
Prisoners
Sidney: Frightened sheep, run-
ning through the scruu.
tin- hiding place of lour escaped
tiu had
been at liberty for -'4 hour.
Thc> bad beaten up Ikeai ttro
arders tn a railway carrtaaje,
them with t.'K u own
bandcuA, and juinpitf from the
tiling: a< 3 in.ph. They
were recaptured 24 BU
bOrO they escaped.
stoekhatlm: An escaped prisoner,
seeing police nearby, gtoc
dunimiea in a shop window, a
fly landed on his nose and
now he in back in ptaWL
Mombasa: Kniv. s oarried B) if M. ,
15.000 Sikhs in Mombasa U M Com-
religious symbol are now i>f1'iti.i i > prlaonan wens wound- Bttoh ttateititnti would be
classed as swords. Rarason Blkh noon August 11 weupatd fff'itl aleenhoww
I against a new b\ "' United Nations [supeHoi importance In WorM
ng all races from can-yln and might determine the
knives svsflant vie-[election result BovUrl R |
Berlin: Two arn. reveille h I ioi I QSsmsUdOUS
been ordered [or Arrsancsn troop. \"*"[ \hc"-nv' "'"'*gH a lodustrlsl production
U??L* JtL &23BS '<". "ve-ysau p..
MB Comminritis
W bunded In hoje
Prison Violations
sly hurt in th. Disturbance
to the butts .1 aun-up.l^ u*reonC% M,,a,lt-V *#*"* which w,il
I -lunch- at 8.30 and hurt N-Uoni I*1*0""*-1 *. constrain political leader, of bot:.
.11 it day .it i ,,],, RssM ",v Korea,, mmunicatlo* ton"l,u Republican and the Derno-
i d.e ughi started;'"i^^p^s '"'
Ilerhner* cm d relax .mi nearby ubout SS0 p.m on August 1|, lf,|*lb'1' intenslflcatkin ol the
bathing benche* during ihe after- Prisoners In enclosure 12 refused 'v"ld w'11" during the next four
noons undisturbed by stray Iml- After 4."> >'rar I*TfMdentiBl teim
l*ts. i me -v Fis*-nh(>wer*s statement in Kan-
Sydney: French sclenti-ts toll r
an International Seientiilr Radio (Into Irs coinnaund. Teal *
Union conference this week that j/aihvi to atop UM singing which
HM siiti is not round like jn " Wtalf W|t a violtUon Of i-'gula-
llong prohibiting deniimstriitions.
l>rlsoners started lhiw-
ing roctu .t troops sUTToursfiogj
' | ;
given lo Ore into the compound
man said en< losun U
houses known communist ughsV
t'rs. Bpeclal precautlorsi haw
been taken tn prevent a recur-
. nee < the trouble. I'.P.
orange, but elliptical like an eg/.
d the part we cannot see
made up of gases. Thoy claim
have discovered this by radl-
telescope observations
Johannesburg: About 100 drink*
cra/ed African* are roaming the
Fstern Transvaal after a week-
end orgy in which thev and 200
others fired Afrlran p-iltre ninr-
of a colliery, stabbed 20
Africans, smashed up a mine
store, stole 200 gallons of Kiffl-
beer nnd 11 baff nt 'Har. nnd
itled Africans be'onffinr< nni
P before.
Another Of
Farouk"s Phlacvtt
Opened By Army
Science Catches Up
\\ (th Paul Revere
BOSTON. Aug. 26.
The age of electronic signalling
caught up Monday night with old
CAIRO. Aug. 26,
The Egyptian Army threw open
another of ex-King IsVOtHta'
palaces, revealing more nude
paintings ( the lush
life lie lived before his forced ax-
il This time it was Rashlin
Palace. Egypt's oldest, m Western
Alexandria from wlun DM \-
Monarch hastily departed on Julv
2 when he lost his thTOM
brllar the army let newsmen
into three other palaces where
they found pornographic art
galore, huge stocks of liquor, a
fabulous stamp eolssetsM irorui
$ltl,HO.l,0U0 ..:i ures.
At Rashlin l'al.n
fortress-like structure which ha*
been shut light since r\n abdication, there was
that the royal party left hurriedly
Queen Narrlman's hnthn-.m f""0** 1o iP-"'
her white bathrobe and nylon i ftp " of nod
divisions who hr.d warrants for North (hurch hrlf.y where hung
the arrest of a man and unki
to each other were hunting him
in the .same area.
11 Months Old, Mid
Wanted For Ktwea!
KAItRTSON, New York. Aug. 26.
Mrs. Angelo Longo said on Tues-
day that she became more amused
than indignant when her son
Robert received an army draft
card from the nearby Selective
Service Board. Bobby is 11 month
old.I'.P.
lanterns that sent I'aul H
galloping on his midnight ride. An
automatic Are alnrrti which will
delect smoke or flames in the
chuiih and instantly flash a coded
signal to the Boston lire alarm
headquarter*, was dedicated in the
220-year-<>ld building that over-
look- UM It was from the tK-lfry of lbs
old North Church that Paul
Revere poised cm the shore across
|
from lantern lights on the evening
of 1775 and scurried across the
Massachusetts countryside to warn
of 'he approach of British troops,
f P.
IJiolanuiiilr
Chides Gomes
i Prom Our 0n f'on npofiasAl <
JAMAICA. Aug. 26.
Hnn. AJexandi i Buaiami nh
% on ilic latest
.. Allert
(Somes in which the TrliifdM
lunishti the Jamaica
mountain had delivered onlv a
Kei all It" lalxnir- (HI UM
miefttlon of 1 Wi
.....
. "as nlilu njrna
on this i|'ii
rr utter-
.' and mote in-
iantini'. He '
think properly and
If oul
Bghting for Fed
agaj in such a way
and outrage tin-
Who art- in the tight
I and with
I .
'
i. inte said he Imped t..
i hurtly and
' niial talks with M'n
i-
le ivce Jamaica
tlon to hie
a na
sfls City that intervention ..
North Kor.,. provontad van
much greater truuhlc that) other-
wise would have .-tinr.-t. ,,..
ojrently iniriiwni the scope of
partisnn dUetouot ovea Korea,
even though he alleged terrible
! UV* i bj the Truman .idnun-
istrntion before the conflict. But
^_ many editors and commentators
I that he did nut offer a: \
plan for the termination of the
Korean war.
Diplomatic observers also
noticed the bitterness attending
the contest of Republican sma-
ll.r Joseph H. McCarthy uf Wis-
consin for renominatlon and the
Mlemlei M to whether Blsen-
DOUid support Mel .'
>r elortion if he i" nominated.
-C.P.
still hung on the clothes rack and '.marketing in the United Kingdom
her slippers were on the floor, in-land also t*. iepn
dilating that she took a last I LV
bath before leaving U.P.
WEST GERMAN POLICE ARREST REDS
U.N. Arab-Asian Bloc Will
Discuss Moroccan Dispute
UNITED NATIONS, Mew Vmk Augual ^;
THE U N Arah-A.um bloc will mi 11 on Weanegday t
closed ceucui to plot itrategy (01 handling the Frent I
roccan dispute in the forthcoming General Aaeembl
sion. Thirtoen Arab and Asiatic rfiplomatg Kill ion1 aw il
the mid-tnwn offices ol the i on the
requaat ol [raoj'i parmanent delegate Awni KhaUdy to dig-
the Moroccan issue. --------------------------------------
Storm Lonxttetl
North-Ekt*t Of
Antigua
The group wax originall. < la -
duled to meet m Tneirtay, but the
as postpomd because
Informed quarters repi
Kh.l dj ICafe asked iw.lv OUu
Arab Asiatic nations to loin with
i Iraq in iponiorfng the assembly
: it i -I of ths bloc
-are sponsoring the move to have
th* Turn. reviewed
by the assembly this yc.i
many are somewhat re-
luctant to act likewise In the
Moroccan Jsue.
There is DO OUegUOD that all the
Arab and Astatic nations will )oln
wtth Iraq in championing the
Moroccan case when it comes up
l.cfore the S0-natinn assembly, but
hat inme
would prefei to asraH Um
ment of ih. Tunisian situation he-
[ore I'rgeiU Siluaiion
The Arab and Asian diplomat-
are known 10 feel that the Tuni-

urgent than that of Morocco and
llflg that a strong

situation may detract
attention from happenings in
Tuni
HAVANA. Cuba. Aug. 2.
The National Otttcrvatory Issued!
the first Ixill'tin of the hurricane
season, reporting a weal
bout 200 mill '
cast of Antigua in the I reward
Islands. The location puts It in the
ittc alKiut 400 i
Rleo. The <>*
iva no lss>
in^rtimce if it <:
Chi none R'wls
Attack "Hunker
Ifiir in Vain
SEOUL, Aug 20.
. Heds hurled two battul-
l n agulnt Uie listtie
1 Bunker Hill last night
and early today in costly bid vain
Mempi .....Bptura log i.i Ise
i ranmuii-
iom.
OeMral John I
commander "f the United st.i!..,
division defending "Hunker Kill"
ftaW 1.....\pected mOr ii.
eOorti -to get u out ol than
Communists last nigiii urrered
the heaviest lotai I
States marines cut down 3,uno Cln-
i Who I'.iUli <\ u i "..
ridge tWO wii-ks ftgfl Allied
' ri said they killed .it
least Mm < P/OUdded
no.
A full battalion Of Chinese 800
men waded through it.itbed wire
entanglements gal uu In mine ll.lds
to charge the ereil at 10.90 p.m.
eraamloj and burling fumades.
the ed battalion sttai b ehlnd
. i) !,.. um mortal
Allied ii..ii bine gun and rtrlaj
poured stnain: iti In. Into the
onslaught, driving Ihe I .
lit* r .,, hour and a half. The
Chinese- railed lo reach United
Nations' bunkers on "> creel
ild thai end blnnse
battalion attack wei stopped st
i do .. mi gi the outei del
i Mill '
He said thai I I '
ts ., nvrvlng baeh lo
. itiunn alter the first
battalion attach >urpried
MttaUon as it tn reep-
tnj towards aha f''t of "Hunkc
Hill." He said that the Allic
dipersed i '-immiun-
paat I
last night
Irth ri preceded
by amallei engagements
1.30 h m. In
,.i, fought
the Cr
i
I lOSfl to ettfhl ho \
Queen Represented At
Mass For Eva Peron
LONDON, Augual M
Kil'TKKN hundred pei..... includuiufa repreaentatlvt
of Queen BUgabetta ii Ailed W'eatmlrurterc^tbsvdral In Lon
don for :i scilernii i.<)iiicni iikiss for Senora Kvu Peron
Diplomatic repi lentativwi -\ the Brittah govern-
ment, visitim; united st;ius tourtgta, and averafja Brltona
thronged the Cathedral for Ore one-hour agiviea itartlng
at noon.
Queen lUuboth ii. who is la
i. il i.y the-
Earl of Cm Prui
Churrhill wag represent, I
i u
i ii
Lloyd >
M
I Stall

group In tht Foreign
I'm liie.il Hiiiiien in black
velli .........ii dressed Ii
i.i... i i, ml .
belli lolled
. .
I of I
I
'
Of then I
Hundreds of A

i
Peren al rVankfurt, Haml
i rvlc
EsfGH \lu> Brian
An A*lioii A^ninsf
">niriti I>jiii/h"
HOLLYWOOD, Aug 2H.
Ooldwyn May*
latli .' lion

has lefus-'ii t<' report for work on
lad Wednesday did not show Up
lo itarl work In rhe studen-
. n make
tar I

da] th.it .
Uig ornclal one mot I '', I,
Peron Two hundred pei
Russia /finders
I \K. Investigation
hKMI.lN. Aug
.
1 I'iih
tigatlon .,'
i ale in i .< hi which

ur i ngined York, oper-
1 4 '
*
Jcfuiri.e't sources'said that Aral. .unday
n.iMSHS wiit GlltMArl POLICE move to oi. two CommunUt youths
Ihey attempt to force their sjj into an area de-
-.fig of Reds. The West Zone ontcers sealed off
., were Uklng pert In the demonstration
and Asian diplomats are awalt-
ernment to a memorandum sent
to it this spring t/y Sldl Bin Yous-
shef. Suit i as King.
'
and revision at the 1912 Treaty
which placed Morocco under
protection.I'.r.
r
:
Iced
n to send n tea
peris to examine the plane and
. d its cargo l*ck
Berlii Tni
' granted tho re-
IT
U.S. Oil Cm|aisi<'.H
\X ill DeeHne To
Answer (aasrges
Washingt4>n Aug. >
Five mruoi Unltsdj W U
will de
irxifimftl m\ H
;..rges Uiat they and
two large British firm*'
trotlad the world'a oil j>
The Senate'a small but Uw
r..Ttimlltee. in piibl-hing lh<-
Fillers) 'I" -aon re-
pai
reply in put
Jngs. A corrrmlttee ipoksatnan
said that-thus fai none 'if '*<
in appear
i le t0 rebut
i ii i- of the com-
l .. Ol] of Ml
i ..mmittce
that H dcaaj not a lab
The i-r.nnnitteo has
and Thursday for
If th
l*<*man
said, however, that II now
that no hearings will bo
, tt.n

at Frankfurt
I

0 i n

Mio Gorman I.......i di
Al
ami UVD
para
ore repre-
i chlh

Italy Luxemboui
rrlani ' '
I
United Kli
I
and i openl t'f
SeelToVisil
Trinidad
s i Oeongft see! Ki mc .
i D
and W- I
|
mlsMoti. will leave H.irbados by
,in for Ti
Ha
ihe ii. ird of Pi
. Pmvidenl
Fund, of arhii h I
Hi Ul re*
AllIGED INSTIGATORS In the
D tcxtils
woikeu siuat ouUude a coutt-
Meaandria (l..p). await-
ing ttie itrdtet of a special rmU-
UastL At left. Mustafa
' rat Ahom ihe death

to a gteel-helmeted policeman,
tl iroopg were called out
as the riots. In which so officer
Bd two assrharg were killed.
It Scores were Injured at
II a Kafr Kl Dawar spinning and
lUullag n.ill'. lliifcrfiotional'
Offivials Try
To Sidv-l'iarh
Investigation
WASHING 11
i

an Tuesday that some justice
i to aide
track the fadei .I Qrand Jury ln-
of the Missouri tax
fraud cases hi 1031 less It "em-
irrass" the department.
iieiiiv putleij rorernan of the
ind i retu\V

,
NbdgaffJl was J.ie,.., i as-
tanl' i I"i lied States
tornay Drake w..
' i. .

Justice Deportment
ho ftgnri
to Uu
BuUtf b
i

'ill tin
i a hand
| it.
1 an vest i-
certaui
unpropi i I Ihe Jury
tort to block i'
axing.
produetloi i
.
I P.
indicted
BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY
Ali'iiinn Rreea .">.'
I'olilit.'iil PjTasMnierfl
MFJCK'i CITY. Aug. 2
,.
'3 J-ilTl.r '
lo in ihe wake .-f th
bloody p election
of July fltli during Win
person' Inlui ed

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n who was
ion's ean-
dential el< P
DUSSEAL pruning ia essential tn the pelfttl l!*' in
application ensures that the paaM aVan I "t'1'- ""lM"jl
wala off the destructive alkalis and tagj m ncw
surfaces, and at the same U>7ii proud.
for the paint coats to follow, fttaaaspt OaflUra-
lion, permifs apeed] [Minting and
assures (hat the rssfall
WuMeW

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BERGER PAINTS
ON SALE
AT ALL HARDWABE BTXWES
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agenli


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BARIIUlOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST ->:. 1M2
Ccudb Calling
m
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He wa*
nando, began h
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. few Ou>

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lntrtn*it
I '."gland ,.
ihr GoJjIfo on Satu
: i.iuad were
:-yiur am
i .
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-
f.OllliHUIMf! I(ltiiti,i\ programme
| ,. niGNOM * MeaaT*. J. N. G^ddard
i m-ut Anutw. <,i- bon* *r* pooriii|i Ihi pro-
*hfc h begin* at 8 JO
Erom i.renada where ~* ""* wnm over Hedlf-
SH
.....0**m 'hv programme consist,, of
-liday here ns aueau ..! c'**"cn' "fig* and will include
Mn Edwm S..inpson of Cralg. Ko"*' *" lhe **." "TH *'alk b*>
*?./"///vnW limn
MPlanta-
Uon Own** ol St K
li.'d been spending j short fatal-

BY THE WAV.
By Beachcomber
ift.r though I
I thjt C" much pf jiM has been show-
:
ht-' Rock, returned home
'/iMio/Hir/V.- irrii'- llrrt-
MRS. LILLIAN II'
and Mrs. IWnu Asittty.
i.. of th G I) A Churrh.
rt payMai .1 shor- vm< to the
Island. Dm
* ilt be living |l Mr* LI 1
h.M. Ke* Road. St. V...
In.m B.C.
MISS CONSTANCE CAMP-
bell arrived in ihr coioni
l> HW.IA. fnim British Guiana
for one month's holiday. She li
I'-rk of the Con in*.
of B G. and iMn of Dr. W.
W ( amp( a CMBM of Mrs. Angela Ban.
Ro
STANDARD BRIDGE
%, M. Harriao-Cra
MM M|g IfcagM
/^ARIB uiMfenrtands that il
111 hour Offin-r'n Cimrmm
MR RALPH PARRIS. Labaur
OOea
M
Mr. VFRNON RRftlWSTt.ll
Hftrti lo I.S.A last MM
If, Amia-nla j ,
" Omcer. left the Inland by
Ibe SS rnlomhtr on Sunday f>
Mm I'mt.-d Kingdom where tw
WlU bOUr ()mcn\
ill be a repeat perform- Cwirae
_* Mi Robert JaMngh, B.G. Mr Parrt* to the fourth Labour
HlUon :., the oth * ?rS partment to attend thin roum
Mot. is sponsored by CD. ft W.
(86 JUUA lHlANCIS-LAU
nmval by B.W.I.A.
Sunriny from Tnrud.i 10 i I I
> weeks' holiday here. She L*
frequent victor to the island
SURPRISE wm expressed that
nothing wd- heard ol Evan;
* i.f Aberbananer at thtw -,
year's Eisteddfod. ** *"" on our athletes at Hel-
On inquiry, I was told "Natal ""*- M "ihowing the world that
he X-)QV know how to low." that
National Eiatodrtf.-i of w.ii* L:" ** would have
Apart from that, Mr Evans is on ,*i" "ki if !he>' na yood-wiH tour af America arts] us bJ winning. Anybody who
has Just baari awanled a Gold Pea ukm ."P1"* wrimndy enough we
In Artaxeeice^ <*bi An onl- told, can win cup nd medals.
ia* sgOKeaman a- No I munshipjm the art of
hcadqwiirtttr of wl i-n-pushtraf. |,"1"c *"h '"">' **V ,*"
sasdt -The paa which Evans the > ""\w,m' I-!uPpoV' oui *hlp,r;
Hearse pushed from Llanh.idd* would hove been nbused for not
DVfl log pass of Blwtvrsroes an) bowing true sponnaaiishir
dOWD to Caergammo.-i 1* how on "There lhe> go, winning sm tBOM
h.- murum adioming ;rie7 '"V* >( medals. )ust like any
d-*ducaioru.. ''K" ca-. '.nst#ad of biting their
Bettvs-v-Coed." 1P ^d lmg.*
T;ms/ unrftin-
\thiiifi In tlo uilh mn OOMETH1NO. says my paper.
THE headline "Sh. P ,1 /> landed with* n plop outside the
B\ TapptnsT Thou-rht-Rsy" douse of a scrKWiltesehar in New
needs no explanation. ItUaquag* Mwcko Scientists examined It
lion of vibration. By making the a black porous object. They used
mlsMl r>.i|.ii\. go 1 :-u*rr counters and all the appar-
tr^nwrlbed in I bsdrtrhda But they could
l* ffawgthrsjd 'ktermlnc whether It was a
photographed on wax It> u*ing bil of flying snucer or some other
(be ray lo illumin..t. tne subcoo- deadly weapon. Then the head of
.ould !> oosslbh- to pU) the Institute of Meteoric* showed
(on thr bSJSgooQ) I pletwe of the ft to hi5 wife She snvlledjt. and
'hought.* arouse*) l>> Ustanlng to a said: "It's u bit of burned toast
pbotegrtgh of a rorido of Couptiio, And it was.
will
M
W.U.- HSxwS Com Mm idc' ""''_ "S4" l,uw *"""" .nrt wil
I noine lo Trliud<1 Y" RKllltu^on =rlni. the ,aA w'" "vln W.nWn.
until and //,,,.,. ,,, (),, riflin
-1. minutes of lldil , ,'"" '" V" l"llrf
ManaaUw Mndoi .< suphriu '""l""""1 '" "" I "*' '......,r> '-"ww" i<
-i^iii while Antb<-4 i ,. M tL. their recent lour. Queen>
Pro*, r,- hfoJS-v*Jkix*i/n' ...'""T
ru-i-nly-fii't Hirlhilil\ < >ll.' -:..:! ;. m ,n rfiv,-
in amplona ol ine im- MISf> eni" PABBI8, dauaiiior *l"nc<"."1 *""-"- < oBaaj on rrl-
1 facal Agri- iT* "( Capt. and Mrs F Parrta d"y Z01" Auu It IH b.'
if Tuaor Hrldfa celebrated lirr ""*mberen mat the airL' who ciave
A/Iit 20 tun. iwenty-nnd Mravbu jealerday. i^^ly trlumed from Trinidad
M.. urns murrav jj, S iff,;. I'm^S.."^"? JSSBL "'"-
been uiandlBB etahi t. It la hoped that the public will
respond and help this deserving
, cause. Ticket* can be obtained
nnri "*rom members of the Team
1 dancing begins at B.30 pm
Short IfnlUlay
IIL|ISS DAISY FERGUSSON of
i"* 'Raven.., Court". Pontabelie
returned home on Sunday from
rnnidnd where slve had been
M>en(iinK a short holulav with her
l>n.tii- Mr Wilfi.i Fergusson,
Astistjint Att.n-m General
f inidari
'roua.
gffnih. U.W.I.A. ,, Puerlo g*5d ^J*f*Sf
hh.. .she was aceoinpariled by #,*;_< a/-
her son Euirl and Ihgy will be re- rtrml fiml
aiding in Boston. IVf" "AR0-'> Sl'KHI.fN ar-
..i Mrs. Murray's tlrst 1T* rived in the Island from
visit to Barbados 111 twenty years. Mrtflttquc on Sunday by
Family Ifttliilaying 5;w' A for ten ,!:,>s huiidav
MR. and MRS. CHEN and three ?2J?
children arriv.-l *.rr. fr _"'c."
B.WI.A for ten
. isii to the isjaad
->SS '.''.,"*..!:""'
fUit k If mm
NICHOIJ,
D
on Sunday for two
waste*1 holiday. Mr*. Chen is an
>f B.W I A. in Trinidad

L Wortldng.
On /lu*inf*n Vigil
MR C. A ( Ol'PIN, rorii.erl> iI.',,),
taaJnt. left
the i;.k
....
f'nr Tun il...-'.
of this City rVjflss JUNK CHEN.
nd Mrs. Nleholh ,,f n.U V.ew", 1VI L.,apher at fb-be.t Thu,
. pt.iite mn mn tech In hm> Eyt-otflppin, arrived
tlie U.k b> m uBona (h. ,ssengers ar- This
'" K"in" 1 uini on s..!
Rupert's Spring Adventure17
life.
A, -fwy get I II
r"nK'. how.* ihr I ,.p
( iMsv I'm
to bi -ten by
^*oplr." ht fy>, "ti,ii sWai'i
Hup.. 1 MdM| h ,' 111-
poufi BM ih : Ifjgei (>.. m r undc.i.t*'.."t .fill
"'1 Bk --, Ml vr
-". *e you v ;-. IWg
MJ v Ml heds/
1 business visit
O'ofgfo.
Saturday by
hoi Ida
.. lint visit here whit
S.S. she will spend ni. a guest
Crystal Waters. Worthing
JAM II % IHtlSS SHOP
1 Next Door lo Sinner's)
LINEN SKIRTS WITH HAND EMBROIDERY
A small shipment of
MEN'S WHITK LINK.N HANUKtRCHIEFS 84c.
To clem BUSH LINEN LUNCHEON StTS from J5
UHESSES mad lo order with prompt service
^''^'''''^''''''''''''''''-''''''S.W HIM) n IMI U0O tsm
VHi
Olivia De Havilland Divorces Husband
HOIXVWOOD. Aug. 2J.
Warner Bros, star Olivia De
1 -il mi Tnetida-
.arnh mi
charges that bo ftovs into guon
\ioieni rages that she
I might noi survive."
lOI Judgg Tiiur-
1 vrveral incidents
in which Cuodrich becam. vtotont
-for rssasotu so unimportant i can-
not even remember them". On
one occasion, she testified, he told
her, "I will beat you for that" and
Itaiiaa urrraw the room toward her
Jlrr afiomsa i^ked why *he had
not illi-d a ^ult for divorce earlier
Miss De Havillnnd. sister of actress
Joan Fontaine looked at her hands
and sobbed softly. She said, "I
could not lear a divorce. I did not
bellava m It It was mv first mnr-
ilaije and I wanted it to be
last-
She said she left Goodrich last
Christmas and finally decided to
jgyofoa him because she feared
nn aith the author would
'home where my son might be
psychologically endangered." She
***% given lhe custody of son Ben-
tamin who will be three ne
month ^u.p,
IOM-.1I I .1 ..t0
nn arv rvminilvH lo
l.iiifn In a
searc recital
OVER REDIFFUSION BY
Mr. Robert Jai Singh
and Miss Nell Hall
S,,nmr,.ti hH J A H It IKK HI IB
EXNINIION OF m\\TM GARDENS
lo be held ,r
TlUi IIAHIIAIMIS >ll SI I >|
ON AUGUST 2STH from < 0 p.m.
AUGUST SiTH from 12 lo 6 p.m.
\ni AUGUST :HST from I R p.ni.
The Exhibition will comprise a display f Orchids, Herbaceous
border, fernery. Anthurmms, Ron Garden. Rock Garden and
Cacti Garden
Priieof Admission i|| he 2/. d wi in<.,,ldl. FRKK vUj, , ,hp .M,1M.m
31 . Stuart's School
of .Dancing
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Under the dislinsuisheil patroBin of His Excellency
the Gnvernoi and I^dy Savage
AT
EMPIRE THEATRE
tin Wednesday :ird., Thursday 4th Friday Slh
September at S.38 p.m.
MATINKK: Friday 5th al S p.m.
Mult by Clpt Raison. A.R.C.M.. and Police Band
Hooking Office opens Friday. August 29(h from
t.llll a.m12 noon; from 1.303 30 p.m.
oaaaaiutVK readkk always
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to sn r"
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ma Mac v...-
rnaiidait <* :!.. n
Oiiilg s.i W.
VNOTIIXa SJAM'S
l-nl-.i'
umviiir
lBaft dOU
oalyba &hadad --
aaaargancy. The eflart ol
W-BtVdaubie of One Spade
U- above d*l * >*,
suggaat the winning liaa or
play *- iteuUi in his nn*.
contract of Four Spades
South ruffed the -.hira
Club lead and drew on*
superior trump kB*Tu> snii
pcevfloi turn froso maltin a
T earty paw. hOw*ver.
1ndicatd that west bad
SSS%?!U17. 3p*4> On thtii awump'.ion
Sout). plaj-ed, on Hearw a:
trtck S. retain ina O J
Dummy. *n move by E*-"
couid Oian be countatyd;
he rufi* Lhe fourth Heart,
[or instance South decline*
h* over-rufT and dlararof. it
^^/to-STARS- '
anj VDf7 il
* For Wf-dfacwlay. AugUM Tl, 1952
^ Look In the bbciIo*. in which your birthday coroe*
, Fflnd what yoar outlook is. aoeordinx to th* s*ara.
* ^T atarsh 21April
? TADRoa
Aaril 21May
*
OEMIKI
* May 21 Jaw
OAatOB
Jan* July
1 *P"
? LEO
Jaly 84Jbag.
I*
leapond readily to
systematic effort jL.
I*
T1KUO
Does Television
Corrupt Youth?
Waahiiwton Aus ZS
Representatives of major radi
and television networks an
testify next month when House
Investigators resume bearings to
determining whether certain pro-
gramiitea are corruptina; Ameri-
can youth. Chairman Oren
Harris of the House Conunemj .
Subcommittee said that wit- ^
nesees also will include spokes-
men of the Federal Communica-
tions Commission and the Umi.-i
Btates Brewers' Foundation.
Some congressmen have criticized
the networks for carrying beer
commercials, crime snows, and
programmes with sexy costume*
and allegedly questionable lan-
guage. Hearing will be resumed
(September i when the National
Aaaociatton of Radio and Tele- .
vision Broadcasters will complete ^1
it* estimony. The inventlgatiot
will move to New York on Sep- _
ten ber 2S. when representatives.
of the National Broadcastinjf Com-
par and the Columbia Broadcast-
inn system and National Film
Council will testify.
New Bagasse Paper
Mill For Argentina
BUXNOS AIRES.
A newsprint mill capable of
producing 3U,000 tons of sugar a
year and using sugar cane bagasse
as raw material will be built in
Tucuman Province, Argentina,
shortly. Tucuman Is Argentinn'>:
leading augar-produdng province
Artificial silk will be a by-product
of this newsprint Industry
B.C. P.
RUSSIAN MAGAZINE
CONDEMNS "FOREIGN".
NAMES FOR CHILDREN '
Th- ,.. MO?f OW. Aug. 26
The Literary Gazette condemn-
ed the practice of giving girls for-
eign names like Isolde. Eldorado.
Slcanor. Ar.nlia, Eaela, and boys
Bdward, Arthur, Alfred, Henrv.
Harry. Emil. It said that some
parents seeking originality named
their children "Radlols" or "Elcc-
trication". Another Ivan Peto
It demanded the elimination of
the practice of some parents of
naming their children contrary to
lhe spirit of Russian names, which
1* mockery, and Insisted on the
use of well-known natural names
like Nina. Tampan*. Love, Helena
Irnlna, Sophie.
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LISTENING HOURS
apt m oct sa
OORPIO
Oct. 24Vor 8S
AOITTAmrUH
Tot. U D*c. 22
OAPKIOOM
Dec. IS Jaa. 21
intci >
tt intelligent, cautious^
need to overreach, however.

Muc.i the saoic as for Aries, except that.**
2Q your personal affairs arui regular occupa-
tional duties have more rs-rweous Venus;
raft jL
fcCalm. aool jilanning ,mi bargaining
** e*|iet,jilly with twcn*l, r--al e^ate. oon>M*
tractlng. Is urged for quicker, more satis-
factory results.
A- *
If at work in conference or i vacation.
13 be mindful of health as well as getting
.illy with business Reason calmly dk
be happy.
-
.. Advice to Cancer can bt. benettcial to you if
and. hke that Sign, you can help make H
a productive ix-nod by i-elng cooperative. .
* *
Soroa days are best for retreiiching, keep-
ng jmbition tightly reigned; other days^^
.ire for all-out venture. Today asks B***
shrewd combination of both
You can be of great assistance to commu-
nity interests now by lending sound advice;
also by doing more than just your tasks ^
Work well with others. >
* *
OverJoing at some periods and a too lax^.
iittitude at others will cause strain. It's*T
a baneflc day rightly managed, and YOU
t .ii do that. a
_ *
Finances, bids, contracts, even small prom-
ises should l>e handled with cautiim. Moneys
gains are indicated Re watchful, sincere*T

uicounigmg uspects: be reapon^ive out-V
Don't^
AQUAJtirjB
Jan. 22 ?*b. 20
PlfKES
f*b. 21 March -'0
have no unnecessary onitielv
worrv: do your best and keep smiling
flood day on whole. ^_
* *
l*romptncs In finances, keeping appointments. DaysAL
iiromj*lng for reasonable vocational ae>^^
llvitlea. social Interests.
* a>
seemingly intricate matters, difficult prop-
ositions will succumb to sensible direcUbn
IT you have faith In your ability and gosd.
forward to achieve. ~
_, YOU HORN TODAY: A Leo-Virgo combinations of charoc-^
r>teristlcs and possibilities the Sun just having left the Sign*T
Leo You are scrupulous about manners, dress; are kindly,
. tust, innately dependable. Overcome tendency to be ttmld
pt about cnpabilitio You h.'ivi much talent. Many blessings)*'
ahead Birthdate: Jo* Reed, Secy, to Geo Washington; Sophia
Smith, founder Smith College: Theodore Dreiser, novelist
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Mtivnan* Choir*. S *ft p m Think
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Itll/iS Mil APS MAN
Johnny WEISMULLER Maureen OSULLIVAN
AND
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Rod Ruth
CAaaUtON ROMAN
George Robert
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OPENING FRIDAY. AUGUST TH 5 and 8.30 p.m.
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17, 1HZ
BAKBAD0S ADVOCATE
New Freedom Given To UNDRESSING ON THE
London Sugar Trade
PAGE THREE
LONDON. Aur 20
BRITISH sugar refiners will be allowed, as from Octo-
ber 1, to buy for themselves the need for their export
trade. This concession, granted by the Ministry of Food, is
regarded in London as a liist step towards restarting the
Migar market.
The quantity of sugar involved is not largeabout
250.000 tons a year. It will not be sufficient to warrant
the opening of the London terminal sugar market since it
would make the market too narrow to be reliable.
BoM m Mrtkrct
mtrpf ts
Ervgfeh cttttom
Wmt M Iheatrttoen
arr ifriidink' Il facCCM V
a i a 11 r 111 umW Im-
Ca'mUhaei w the nrv
\- *e Carmtcka-'i*
met U iimtW' deoesds
tot at tmecev Min(b on
ih- lad thml nearly ererm-
me f oas tone o* another
BEACH
4
Stresses Made
On CVealth
Solidarity
Bui the step narks a substan-
tial beginning towards a return
to complete freadom and the I*
opening of the market. If London
is to be restored at the commer-
cial centre of the world. It la vital
for this market to re-open.
"We can now confidently look
forward to the day when the
price of ings per hundredweight Instead LONDON.
of American cents per pound," New stresses are arising on the
commented Lord Lyle. president solidarity of the Commonwealth.
of Tate and Lyle. an aspect of Commonwealth af-
London sugar brokers will gel fairs which has not been suffi-
llie benefit of this concession since nvntly appreciated, says Mr. Som-
th.-v will transact the business for erset do Chair, former Conserv-
Ihc runners. Thus they will hav. ative M.P., and an expert on in-
more than one customer. Part of tematioiial affairs, in a letter t;>
the sugar they now sell to the the London "Times".
Ministry of Pood will be bought Among the stresses he mentions,
direct by refiners. which, he says, amount to a seri-
"The question remains," com- ous crisis in Commonwealth hls-
>* London Dally Tele- tory and pose urgently the ques-
Krsph. whether the total oon- lion of its solution, is the dollar
sumption of the refiners should stress, which places an awkward
not have been returned to private barrier between Canada and oth
irade instead of merely that part
used in the export trade. Thar-
has always been a difference of
opinion in the sugar trade whether
it would be worth while to press
for freedom while the home trade
is subject to rationing and to sub-
sidles."
Pressure on the U-K. Govern-
ment to discontinue rationing of
sugar continues as strong as ever.
Many people now believe that
sunVk-m sugar could be made
available for the British house-
wife to have as much as she
wants, particularly in view of
the hug.- crop in Cuba this year.
Some well-informed quarters in
Ixndon believe that the Govern-
ment is preparing to take con- ,
fectioncry off the ration soon. An 0lcCes
indication that bears out this "~
belief is a curious small con-
cession made-to airline passen-
ger*.
Passengers- leaving Ixmd
British airliners will now be able
to buy unrationed sweets before
bourdtng their 'planeafter thev
have passed through the customs
battier.
Another step In th<
commodity trade to its normal
commercial channels has been
taken in the case of coflee. which
may now be Imported privately to _- -
r of Food Docks In Trinidad
bers of the Common w
There is also, he continues, tin
European stress, "which tends lo
emphasise Britain's military and
economic unity with the European
Defence Community, rather than
seeking it within the Common-
wealth." and the economic stres*,
"imposed by necessity after the >t
war. which Involved the United ^^uon ndviser to Manchester
Kinitdom. under the General C1(v Councl[ to go to Jamaica on
Manila Floods
Claim 9 Lives
MANILA, Aug. 2
Surging flood waters which ran
mast deep through large sections
>r VI.mil.i left nine persons dMd
and f.iur missing on Tii<
V fourteen ats*
- i> ikxidx. fed by heavy rains
mi cvninil Luzon, washes! aws>
.-turn snd paralysed tiaastpw-
an. -IIJ.
Eight Killed In
Restaurant Fire
SAPPORO Japan, Aug.
Eight persons, unhiding seven
girts were killed and twenty-two
nrd in a pie-dawn fire
i'y's larg-
i-i oatour i tule five
i I htom miurieii suffered
in Bj leap from rhe Third and fourth
noon of the building. The Arm
bl ISM nut while the employees of
inrant were sleeping.
CJf>.
Cuban FoUtician
Vin-Hlt-il
HAVANA. Aug. 2f>
Millo OCsWa, l'i. I i>.nt> was uirestid j>y
nullhrrnov after rttiisn-
vkttoa broadcast at Sta-
tion L'My on j piogranune "Helots
Ochoa during the
secuawd l*resid*nt
'Uturta of swindling putkUc fund?
.. . *..: i- v ml.t n..'
hi power neat year when an
baai Wat PsssVd Bl indicated
i .\ the rlalista Government woul.i
..vorlhiuwu.liJ".
' lYUV.t.V $ DOWN
NEW YORK, August 28,
The Canadian dollar was down
al a pram per cent
in term* of United States funds
in the closing uf Foreign Ext-hanje
deahngs today. The pound starling
up lit S2-78 ..
In Montr.-.il th.. L'niled States
Masai lasts) closed at a discount
of 3 I per cent in terms of
Canadian funds, up from
i ..* that is. it took MA
cents Canadian to buy $1 American
Tin' pound sterling. 12.67 H IS
up W from Friday O)
ChairnwnAppointed
For Edu^ationaJ
Sniinar In Jamaica
Fasten Windows Se<'ur<-lv
If Hurriciuio Comes
LONDON. Aug. 19.
The British Council has ar-
ranged for Mr. N. G. Fisher, chief
under the
Agreement on Tariffs and Trade,
in limiting our freedom to gran
imperial preferences."
Mr. de Chair comments. "Al
these factors added together an
imposing fissiparous tendencies oi
the Commonwealth structure lhemi
'hlch could very well shake It to |Ljn
- appreciated
August 30 to act aa Chairman of
the Adult Education Seminar to
be held at Kingston. Jamaica
during the tin* three weeks of
September.
The seminar which has as its
the role of adult educa-
the Caribbean is being
SUVA, FIJI, August 20.
VALUABLE hints on how to minimise damage to
property during hurricanes have been issued by Mr. C\ N.
Nettletoti. the Government An hileci of Kni, as a result
of observations he made after a disastrous hurricane struck
the island last January.
Main cause of superficial damage, he found, was the
failure'of fastenings of doors, windows and shutters. Hinges
and casement stays had KNVl which wen- badly rusted
and weakened, or screwed into timber that had rotted. The
holes into which the bolts of barrel bolts were shot may
have been badlv formed or become enlarged with constant
If not appreciated and orgaiused with UNESCO aid by use
counteracted. the Extra-Mura^ Department of Th oaBUfaoo feature. *.y t blow through the openings al
-I, w ^mA?V^l^uah the University College of th^r West M| p,-,,,,,,,^ b lno ,ufflcullv llt :., ,,u .f ,he w.m, nf tne shacks,
mTUJ L L ^In^ In 'ndlft,nd, w'"Si k ^^.o,^ **M"* s"m" windows and fan- l.iereb> equalising to some extent
will depend on its Pl"*v'n delegates.from British.and non- u< (|| r( (|o ^ ,t|). &* and SatlasAs
on H2L2ist Sfc tf"Ag B*lUsht CarSbV^L lI^r Mr have to In- fastened for n..rmal the dwellings
i monwealth States. The difficulties I w. .lose of the seminar. Mr. __,_ ,n(i f.1,lUlrhH an i
in the w, of reder,,ion . no rirtM. will hclur. on .dull c-lu- ^ "" '"'"*> """> ,,, mucl, lllluw clul^
doubl tormldablo. bul not nrees- ctfon on bfhall of th,' British " hurrlcan.- hv Hvio SSm
rtly ^l.r today th,.,,tho council 'I'"'"- ,"> *""*: Con^nu-ntl, .clve co.t. , Nctlcton SigSuTtlu.! U
which once confronted the found- returning to the Unltcl Kmiptom o( p-lnl ovur Uw woodwork. i,i(1ii.up .ueaa roof* mwlil
return of "J',he Hr"VS. S^!l?^JTrn, "" e" " September hlne. fuUnino -nd boll, clol w proUetod by a pr>pct w.ll
recently, of the Commonwealth ---------------------- |u> lh<. worldn, ,* alld mAe u . round lh ,ho .|rt eannot
11 n rwi- I- "mo.! difficultnd perhaps Im- e; ,l vt under the ,-oil., of en. -
puMble in the time aUowed after ,u^.,t,Hi niorinK Iron or lift any
the final hurricane warningto ol,fr, flirtll [ matenal with whi.-i,
cloae up a bulldniK properly. ui.* raflK is covered. He lay. thai
There U a tend.my to attach j.im,e la known lo any roof
PUS*!1, m"i"i. win uans. mall addlUona. un- wl, |lapei all round.
Korean government oniclal. will ,hadeSi extensions of eavea and _
begin moving back into the war rim,r |e,ture. U. .. building in
torn capital of Seoul nexi . ^ chM|> % mintxr u p^Milv and
reliable source sa.a "n"".{. without sufficient care to ensure
re-.- - ...in ,n nomc ." r-.-v.~n-...----- ---;- ..^ source saia__flllss."'.. Hf_ that these extensions cannot b.-
needs up to 1>M and the trade bl *M Br cw" M "*"" OI.th' move < Seoul nexl W " b, . e..nluiue Mr
Is being Invited lo import the handing over of U.S. berthing first part of a pl.n to "J?" Nenlelon
balance The Ministry will dls- facllilies to the Trinidad Govern- the capita) V!JrK!E.r^7 -Onra an eaves egtenslon
po- of Its atocl. ovVr a perlou menl. which h paid .250.000 four tune, during the Korean war ob^m^_ *^v~wlli, ^
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
'n Carlisle Bay

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:
*- < Uk-ivii. 1.I1 n
i -it An s s Briixc -eh
s niosigiphrT. Id V Jonhlno Rorl*,
s avaaMnt
KPAKtiaas
Wantaa Im j< i
Stmoell
*RMI\ \l .
MONDAY. ISTH Alt.(is)
p Bmiao-. sVv Lasa a
i'..m .... !*. i-....i. ii,..,
I 1 in -I ad
purenasea. This Is the first of
series of steps which will pro-
greMiv.lv free the UK eoffe.
trade over the next two years
The Ministry has contracts with
Colonial coffee producers for th''
supply of about half of home
Seoirt* To Be
Re-oocupied
M
DShl M Mnllfv
1
To Be Increased
PORT-OF-SPA1N.
Commercial decking facilitie
i Port-of-Spain will be increased The
I.II.P.
not exceeding 24
nths.
B.IT-P.
has
for them.B.U-P.
22 Indiana StmU
u v-intTM-aii Fjiriniug
likely to be ripped
ioquently noceasary fi
It Is I
all exten-
First Caribbean
Storm Of Season
Located
_ g if/ f /'rili:g<"/< slons to lw rlxed properly In the
Cunant AnnOUnCeS >?/. \J* !' same manner as they would havt
LIVERPOOL. Aug.
series of six dollar-earn
MIAMI. FLORIDA, Aug. 26
The season*s flnst tropical storm
to show hurricane-like indication^
whipped the Atlantic with a 45
mile per hour wind in the Carib-
bean area. A navy hurricane
hunter plane found signs of the
circular movement of hurricanes
in a vast squally area moving
west-north-westward at about 14
in.p-h The weather Bureau said
that it had received no fresh re-
ports from the area this morning,
tut said that previous observations Christmas and New Year
Indicated that llic storm is "slowly to the Caribbean. On January
intensifying."U.P. and January 21. she leaves H
York again <
and 14 days.
The Msurrtania beg
sunshine cruises from New York ^xtn ^son of West Indies cruis- -
lo the West Indies and South )n(. wltn an is-day pleasure iimoci-naiiuu
America are planned for Cunard voyage, which starts from New more > *
Steamship Co.. Ltd.. from iti bean cruux-. and concludes Ium
Lh.-erpool office. Three will be series with a 19-day cruise leav-
B littdinl
be
made by the 34,000-ton Carsni
and three by the 3.000-loi.
M mrrUnia. well known to West
Indies cruise passengers.
The CsronU
vhen she sails
i December 23
pen* the
from New Yora
ing New York on March 14
Among ports to be visited by
the two ships are Nassau. King-
ston. Bridgetown. Port-of-Spam.
fit. Thomas. Curacao. Cristobal
and Havana. A varied programme
of shipboard activities under the
WASHINGTON. Aug. M.
Twenty two of India's top ngrl-
ulturc officials began a two-
nonth study of American farm
,"grammes and jiollcies Mondny
been had they rormed part uf a u meeting with f.-.ieral farm ea-
of 10 well-built structure Garages and perls. The visit which will Include
outhouses should be constructed al -.tops at agricultural centres In six
her permanent buildings" Stales in part of the Indian govern-
ment's programme to boost the
'<* fi>od output and raise the living
lards in India's 500.000 rural
<>f \ illagcs The trip is being fln--
as .meed by the Ford Foundation.
oncieie or stone, Mr. Nettletor. P.P.
continues. It is not reasonable, \,
warns, to assume that a tlmhci-
framed structure will be less bVan .-. .. ,
seriously damage*' by hurricane MAIL NOTICE
winds If it has been standing I
80 years of thereabouts. amEbm '"s-" .'
Commenting on the f* I th.it ,;,' uSEm* ^a laoatraal "^
many fllmsilv-built shacks 'ur- ; m a i-..i. Mwismi *im ...
vlved the January hurricane In '" <*"! Pos 0
K Boce ami S A
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TtnwnAv is-ni ai 01 M
w (-i..m. 1 ,1. ,
1. iiiaiii..uu-. it Km,im \ Nawisan
M Lsraon. g Laws D 1
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ii.i.ni...i 1 .'.-in.-...,, r Kn
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MONDAY. STH AOUUSIT
FOR THE BEST
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TO THE TUNES OF
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and HIS "SOCIETY SIX"
and
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featuring our own
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WEDNESDAY Al'GUST 27. 152
BARBADOsJi ADVOCATE
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ril*M4 Ik* A..<
iiln,-.d\. AiibusI 27. I.".2
MOST | it
Win.K th* w.-U-bci.u oJ West In..... !n5SPa,
Hural workers in the United States srluj US
UiH^i **.r Aitk
has been receiving the attention of the
Regional Labour Board no progress appears
mads locally towt
i m of recruiting and
transporting taboun 'nl States
for season .il work Much confu-.
exists locally about seasonal labour m the
United States. Some people still believe
ruitmtat for the United States II
made from among the unemployed and
that because of existing unemployment
anv action to relieve it must be supported '-' "li1 *''
- l.mnVh Mich ii im
and if necessary subsidised by the govern-
ment.
In fact bcifMuw of the rlgorou
mis set by the United States' employers
only the healthiest of Barbados' young men
in the prime of life are selected by the
employ* i i who visit the WW
Indies cadi year for tins purpose. Year
after year the employers sclrei manv re-
cruits from among those who have held
previous temporary employment in the
United States. Some Barbadians have
been accepted on five separate occasion-
for work in the United States: others I
been selected three times and many have
gone more than once. Some go more than
once under assumed names.
There is no shortage of persons wanting
to go to the United States, and the fact that
so many return after one period of engage-
ment shows that those who go arc aiudOUl
to avail themselves of the linanci.il induce
menls which are offered.
Obviously the government of Barbados
ought to welcome a scheme which permits
hundreds of able-bodied persons to work
for wages which are far in excess of most
local remuneration
The average wage paid to seasonal work-
ata in the United States is about $65.04)
B.W.I per week or more than one thousand
dollars for three montlis. In an island
where the average peasant holder is esti-
mated to earn $480 per annum, one visit
to the United States on a 3 month contract
will be equivalent to far mure than one
year's increment from peasant fanning
Small wonder that there should always
be more persons wanting to take tempor-
ary jobs in the United States than there
are jobs to be filled. Under these condi-
tions the governments present policy of
subsidising temporary migrants who can-
not find employment in the United State*
for a period long enough to permit refund
tag i>( all their passage money to the local
government seems unfair and unwise, how-
< vr! well intentinned it may appear at first
sight.
The government's unemployment policy
ought to be directed not towards a selecl
thousand or more of its most able-bodied
young workers but towards the unemploy-
ed part of the community. No accurate
records of unemployed are kept.
If it ts found that all the United States'
requirements of recruits from Barbados
can be obtained each ye.n from paraoni
who are willing and able to pay their own
travelling expenses to and from the United
States then the thousands of dollars which
are annually expended on subsidising sea-
sonal labour to the United States will be
saved for schemes designed to help gen-
uinely unemployed persons who have no
chance of passing the rigid standards of
the United States selectors.
II Hie assisted workers were recruited
from among genuinely unemployed per-
sons or from among the poverty-stricken
the government clearly would have no
option but to pay return travelling passages
for such workers. But the fact that hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars are remitted
to Barbados each year from the seasonal
labourers in the United States and that
each worker during his stay in the United
State- has between $80.0Q and $90 00 to
Spend every month on himself (after all
deductions have been made for compulsory
laving*, board and lodging and transpoitu-
tion funds) shows how far seasonal work
en are from poverty as it is understood
locally.
When it Is realised that year after year
workers, whose savings from one tour of
seasonal labour in the United Slate..
raised them to economic l<\eN far fibovt
thoee of (he white-collar worker- ol Brid
town, have their return passage- nub
by the government, the unfairness of Ihe
present "assisted'1 migrator) leheme is
evident
It would seem that the quota of workers
alloued to Barbados each year by the em-
ployers of the United Slates could be filled
by workers who are prepared and whose'
financial position permits them to pay the
full lr travelling to sno from
the United State
The workers in the United States have
not been slow to require the establishment
of Liaison Officers and the activities of the
labour Board are mainly con-
ned to look after their well being in
the United States Una is u LI should be,
hot the taxpayers of Barbados and the
D unely uncn-i ire entitled i<>
considerati
Above All Nations
llu mani.lv
ii? i.....> cess "
(.'Mill llll-ill. -.S '
'
of y.Kiiii; : <.untr>- and
I p the .
UB| a new M the Natlona I
King men C*!* Ms :ui>lhln coo-
co mpUlMdi
K* a matin of fart, remarkable
thlnva haw be-11 accomplished^
kind of rluh
had bean brmjuni tofVhbtr by a aa had I- RtpJV m Ii. IBM
nuninon ... Iran*. If It;
uf man The} led al all However eem-1
men an human beinie* flrM and governor*, leg] llort 11 might
citizens ..f ., ...... Wo Ix-in* '
1.1 thgi ,[ di'tit 1 UUaa In not without
Pd many of the men and
.Mil. one at ad in thai idea li'd one.
t t i. ban <>r OoMaopoUtaii
ending, they would N On* Of Ih'
.i common had made wilh If* ing Woodrow Wilson. '
Llonal contact* of many race* and creeds. Today the Unit
rmght eventually lead to pcrma- .___ ... prepents perhapa the beet current
. , and world- 1 becaim i.k i ... ,.,r ,e unification of the
wide mumaUl! ..I Hort towan! -menota chaplci wol]d ) ,,, of |U
"- common a mo-' stall members and enthuslnmc
dertake lo n* ..... great and son ling. I was welco i.. i ,,,,..j,ton Club members. Th.
*ere a lew '"- ' ">"' in.-ln.le Dr. Ralph Bunche, Maunit
.-.-.I with K(llll a| [iurrri;i< pimiri Mrtrn-
more than th.* univei tMtduetOI of the New
-. Itiilhanrmnir Orchestral.
Then-
IHiU. i-|>rsa-iitlng
mi. KM .oi .: .....i llghlful Ind
m Ml rlta - i i- ... I i
a club, so they could meet ana I
. .us. ii Ii- i
eavhanfa I...-. bacogna In.-nds- i
ung people would some- "' llldia! 1 "an im Hand Ji.....
In their respccli. (il
Who could ICll what insight into lift- in Sot.'i
ht n 'lilt? ca. I
I (IN little group was dlUy la-foi'- lh.il tin i- "........'I
under 11m- num.- of Iba rtel ft*
. II...... "'
-.n. Many In the same woild.
-, undergraduates leam- "> cimlnc-. ware i-
!-d. lo their surprise. Ihat student n the "
II i.-i ' -h'l' rhe......Udenl of the
-on llv.lv and AM are Ol
like themselves; that meroher.
Invtraat- T'.l... I enrrj "i win The magnlllcent ideal of com-
ng companion. ''' --'v;" :- OHd on thai grips the
Man. of these foreign students many coiiiilu- illions of people today.
had been lonely. N.. lla-v lli.i.lu-liuu ThW lhrough.it the earth
and nppre- n aile pueable -.h inav oast much to Ihat little
latlon often the) re.-eiv.sl ion- the elT.ffls of thai little Kroup Ol group of college students who.
,.-.,- (Id in Una- ol i,..o ro ICVtaluta m H03. M -ig". determined lo make
ing coldness of a 'j. .,_ ,.....,,,a... i "> '"'"' '" ,br.ln" """", "
-,,. |.,,| turned into warmth Through the-- li-i.-ialsliip. I .r their meat dream.
nan learned a i .., ,.!,-.,. once expressed.
kiioaii Is-Iom- One ....^.esses nil enormous potential
Indian fiiend laughl me how to Having met personally and
make -in excellent curry, and apeiil lH^mr friends with people Irani 0..
1 ''" ,",l"1*l,u" all the nallnna of the earth aa the fealty.
.....iw.'in the !.-..,liiiii memlienhlp In the
of Ihe Koran and ah.- I "' ...mopolllan Club, 1 am not al
Bible. Ini.uii..-ralile iiiivoi.ler- M d|,ved at the Idea of II
. rlandln] ipoverlhe Jh] (, (r|d government as 1
_ l.-.i lank) Kuan a H IL|(h, .jherwlse have bee:
WHO WILL CARItV
THE SWORD?
Thr Lord Chamberlain provides Coro- ,
nation Headache . .
(By EPHRAIM HAKIXASTUt) ,
BY tradition the Lord Chamberlain alwn\>l
hands the Sword of State to the Archbishop
of Canterbury in the Coronation ceremony.
Among the glittering pomp Ins role U but a
tiny jewel.
But for two months now it has caused
much behind-the-scenes activ.ty. It is an-
example of the minute way in which
the Coronation is planned.
Since 1938 the Lord Chamberlain, who is
also responsible for the censoring oi all plays,
has been Lord Clarendon, friend and confi-
dant of the Royal Family.
THE GOLDEN VOICE M'RSERY RECORD BOOK"
tell* th* story with Song* and Mutic on a gramophone record
to help you read it in the Book.
?
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Edward Albertal .r Antrim
..nd many other people whose
1 n-ir rrspt-rt.v<-
. has done much "> *"-
i .uruRi- Uh- Mwll of internalloniil
I uiv T-i lirt all of their name''
would require many pages. TJiey
race, rfliglon
and i".litioal tcmp-rainent. DUl
Ml Of IhtOl h;iv- l--ii in*pirvt by
ihe valuable Imknu they learned .
!l reuah their Ooamopolitan Club
lontacta They have never aban-,
i lorgoMen the Club's;
motto. "Above all nations is
humanity."
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welcome. Gladly they aub-
eribad to lha club
Abovt riii naUona i*. I
Ii mn .. truth they ail oould -
uniM' .iiui accepta
in .i amrld 'I num than yvo
i.'limns nf paoptoi how oould a
tiiy group <-f college .ttiKlents
bopa in tetrotuUoiuaa men
thinking? n wamad utterly im
An accident on the playing fields of Eton
left Bertie Clarendon walking with a stick. I
He would thus be unable to hold the heavy.
3.Mnch-.ong sword.
So officials studied the Coionation proce
dure to seek a way round. There was none.
The Lord Chamberlain's role was minutely
examined. How long would he hold th*.'
sword? How many steps would he take?
Doctors were consulted. But they ruled
that the Lord Chamberlain could not play
h.s part fully, even for a short while.
So at 75 Lord Clarendon is bowing before
the unyielding demands of ceremonial. Un
less a solution is found, he will retire to make
wav for a younger man.
DINNER COAT
Like-n golden magnet Cannes is drawing
many of London's young socialites south.
Setting the pace is debutante Sarah Chester
She is taking a party to jcin her father.
Alfred Chester Beatty junior, aboard his
yacht Cheeni III.
culture of Port-
know
th.it |t>plp whnw
l laarnad <>' '
au-Prtnce. I dttCUMed pubUi langungcs ar* different
fftoooUtaa Club wan h'"b proMeir. ..........tially m kind.
,n. SppUeaUoM ror '" J"- MB; A ,b"\l;^ <*n*d.
from inten-stci ntud- the South Bea isUn.w_ i->itW>t n .. country.
lire
; Willll-
il u* who have had thtM
- opuuitunities to meri people fnv,.,
Thauka lU W(ir thc earlh havo hrfpw, t
U rrlendl .f other ^^ ,h(. w,^, IT ,. nn rndless
braadv and c^am thal operate* not only in
nut than
Th.- I
loaded
.1 ii Hi/ill limn >i"i .nun-
I-. me decided. In order to how ... i -......
keep ;. balance, that thc member, he d
bin would ba bnissd to 0ib "";'l> A,nfru"V
mnl Amerlean itudanta and "'"> t """|V ''
f;; '-X,; -"din. 2 K1W5S &"but in every
.....Isnod eaauaa ' lamand, g"*" '';' ;" "" S ountry ... the ^., it i ..--
unhid,- gradual.- students, """' ,t" eouUw' "' * cause of thla growing feeling of
tacuUi inamban ami alumni. ",n,,r w"-v' international brotherhood that
Even ,,n oampu nemban were That is all very line, one might the United Notions exlsU. One
,, tad The .inly membership say. but what *;ix.d had all this day all strife between men shall
..fHiirenumi was a sincere deairo accomplished? Since the organi- be endtd and the principles of
10 participate in the movement hUOD Ol the (list Cosnuipolitan k'""1 established everywhere in
oward world brothwhood. Club in 1903, have there not been the world- The Cosmopolitan
l:n idea spread lo uther tun w.uld -,u: and talk of a Club is dolnK much toward thai
olleges. In a few years new third? Have the men of the end.
\Vi JB8CY. Channel Islands.
Sunday.
How is Wicksteed's Private
Marathon round the British Isles
tioing? Well, it has not been a
k-i-iul for Islands, I got
It* rii.ii ! \1 kslrrtl
Guernsey to let off half a dozen
thirsty Scots and then hopped on
to Jersey. 1 can only afford to
spend an hour mid a half here be-
cause I am taking thc same plane
On Saturday, still marooned by back to Scotland tonight. It is the
If raarooned in the Outer l,'c weather, I tried to ease the only way I can Include Orkney
on Friday night. And puin ot exile by going tlshing with and Shetland in the lour.
, inkaI my .,ir connccUon at Ren- "" chaps in a loch.
,a to the Orkneys a.id Shet- Wc caught three trout, but they
idj
There will Just be time to ring
up a friend who was with me In
war* to small we threw then back, the R.AJ. and usk how his twins.
id then grab mmc lunch In
in ulLu a ?nle new lllwd In Islands, but they proved to be un- the madly busy airport restaurant
:U;.M h!,. i S anbrace of good SB&d, so we threw them back (MOO Jr Pasn8er3 were han-
bag but 1 it
to-dayCiucrnsey
md Jcr- lo-
There are no Internal air scr-
g since the marathon y*qa. 8ceUand on taa Sabbath,
died In the Channel Islands yes-
ler day, and there seem to be
ncnrly as many about today). I
Cannot aVM et a drink owing to
(he curious licensing laws.
My total ! .-
i the led riband of the BriUsh but. happily, you can get planes
lea started last Tuesday is now going Miulh. So I r. m
ii, ,i.-.iin case you've for- H-r-As WWUJ fill that nies in-dead of opening M lunch-
r. .,, .^,. how many of the direct from Renfrew lo thc Chan- [|mc on Sunday, the pubs here
rihiiiiited islands of Uritaii. <' Wldl In three hours. dose from! p.m. fc 3.30. but by
touched down at then I'M be off again.
HI
.'I , .it .
i week.
Our pla
Our HVauYr* Snyz
t'limhvrnirn' Srhimf
Lodss bas.
support, aan
exhibition! lo
;,ll
not only unf;
Could you re-
*1hc young
i return for their downers' the American adult-
l ihe gram of two hond but to generalise and
,,. ih, MttOT. th* Advocate. exhibitions lo the koqL A,,"a',n",,!", JSTnl
SIR. I ianoai ,m deep .ppW.- W? may tak. it Ihat the ap- American >outh .etwen th-
m of the historical arliclw. ap- pomtment or Lord t ..ml-.-i MM /'V''''
of a thought-provoking <"';'. ' >f' V S2I1222! >"1"" " **> * know, comes
ris. -This West Indian Culture.' M t oi st.ti.ti',, mil t ...niH .,,. i. ,,. u..u,crih,p ^ tomorrow '*
! n colleetlng notes on prm-ed himseir t.. i-.tu .. herald worlf|_
|-.i.U-imeie School and would '''' architect of the Km.m. ipation
.-, n* attantkNI to an apparent In- A.t to I* followed Kn by Bishop
accuracy by John IMrieaux und.-r Otaarld^i
will 'SUvery In your ls*iw af I would also like to jefer "John
'iiiiii.> \ueutt ioth. par. '. "Lord 1'iidoaiix" to the article I
asm founded his char- mere School, Growth and Devwl-
;iv school for free coloured chil- opment which appeared In th'
inn m 1818 Also this school is Barbados Advocate, of 18th Fcb-
imi confined to coloured children ruary. I9S2.
alone, for many whit.- men m thu. Yours faithfully.
ny own Combermere as j HOPS.
Ibal) alma mater."
. .Xnwrtt'iui FvflMam
In 1818. school am founded
: r children of ex-slaves in Bride- j tt,p Editor, the Adrocalc,
town. This was Ht. Mary j SIR.First, lot me stale
llrmrnUry School started U.mug.i vur i,land, which we are visiting w." to
Ibrta *'f Ucut. lAignrd. R.A. (or the third time, is one of thc courM she uicfc
'ihe Church Missionary Society loveliest spots Is the hUTltnrhirrf
Finally, you uv
Idea so worshipped
.... teenager; bring new Ideal
Into the house' says a splash ad-
vertKomfnt, 'they break Ihe ice of
old habits' ... get nowhere
here We like our ice '
We can't help wondering If the
British girl in her teens, who you
claim Is so superior to the Ameri-
can Teenager, becotiMg the Mother
to in an advertisement
whose family Is -dicited to buv
her a bottle of Gin for her birth-
1 .L dav- Perhaps she ran use some of
that th,. above mentioned "we like our
n. Unless, of
it lukewarm.
MRS AMERICAN.
Thv Crnnv lU-uch
i ihtad the sum of 100 a year The beaches arc beautiful, the ac-
nr salary of the Master. Many rommodalions convenient and the
i i iK-st exhibitioners from hospitality gracious.
he elementary schools to Com- In a spirit of curiosity, however. To th,- Editor, (Ac Adcocatr
.md Harrison College *? feel compelled to Inquire whv sili. Who will ave tl
.. pupils of St Mary's. I un- 'our parvr anU-Anaik Lorrlaa Ol coral sand are
ip old pupil'- interest 9Mawnfai rei wnt ifthecapl ,, ,,. al lho
I school is shown b> U HD 01 the 1 S.A .of thre<' to the hour and
, Ih* Bprlng** T>i >pic,d and our carted away to other narbTof th*
Fund fb*arraUonal fa IIMm siiotil.i be Uumd. Th* bvach toaow in places
,atn 3 onsidn, \-neri- ,hrea f,-ct below tk* h-vel of the
On June 4. 1819. Lord Comi I KnwWtJ are. In general. ,,,,,1 aUproach andTvo feet below
i. laid th* corner stone of the pro-British the As ,<, |oy*| Qf ui* *ea-
I School on the site reserving its consuming disap- n,,, M|Jlni away of th* sand.
or th* Drsrt rrsa fchool ar praval and hidden hatreds f... the i*a**a thTnw and%osh on the
Charity School. A coi v -nemies of democracy, rather than Jam, st(l(, hiKn -|1(1 d.,
of Drax's will may be seen at the its allies. Now come* sn esctu* for further
the Registrar's Office today. This ^ -,,.,^1,. _ -y-ii-,1., which S1"'h
I olt.-n.ive Hiitish atli- J^ *'th axes, .hop down the
Hltchlnsons |ud- .,., a m vour lirwspp-.r trunk* of the trns and bush**
rr ,,". i-._.tt- "toe ;toi" i" o m your ii-wspp*'r - - ......-------- '
*t2LJE?i?\KT* "n AW ,4tn entitled The Myth gd then uproot tie remainder,
edtombermiri'iii lB.S. iif ih T**nag*I in which Ameri- What deMrucl.-ni' Twentv U
m Central School was can youth ,, ..clw.,j a back-hand- thirty women -nd boys each day,
1<- nf 'I meeting held It -J k|.w n* ii-HnnUUi an-nrilv Wtth n* l on th.
Mitch:
1B7S-76 Kducalioo
named
The p. ^.hooi was CJU1 youtn ,,:C]X,.,, tack-hand
he outcome of a meeting held al ,,,, b,ow of |,niienl.iblc everlty
l
at which arcd [or cium, Ur (Ihc UTI
i. tt*r educal onal racll ., In
wtMMW
* the urn of ritlSB.1 b*tn| The hJlidreds of bottles, broken
.!, lUii*M aanl .,, urithnnl I '' -e. also 0Ue of emply
itatanc* ol th-
lioaa both In England and loeaUy. merit this unkli I mpensat* for
e which is hcavilv weiKhled in jlufi,.ther witii unscrtpl dentally h IOM of the natural b
of the most til. lesnaa of th 'bow- l k. BTEMP,
boys
nt. InOUS lOadS Of plants
.1 beach
ling homewai to end it all
pnok*
Copper magnate Alfred Chester Beatty
senior is also often seen on the Riviera. At
76\ he is a remarkable figure. He is a great
convers;itmn.tlist. Frequently he wears an
tvercoat slung over his shouldersavail tU
.( uwr
ALL IN A NAME
How do you name a horse? Sir Nigel Col-
man, owner of many outstanding show ani-
mals is often inspired by Lloyd's Register o!
Yachts. Example: He named one Virginia
ufter Lord Camrose's yachl.
Most owners play on the horse's parents.
A classic: King George VI's Infernal Machine,
by Dante out of Golden Coach. Wealthy trac-
tor distributor Jock Olding, who bough
Druids Lodge, the late J. V. Rank's stable,
named Stephen Paul after his grandson;
Vicrol is a combination of two firms he is
connected withVickers and Rolls-Royce.
a
Lord Milford had difficulties with the foal
of Sybil's Sister. The sire was in doubt. So
ha named it, logically, Sybil's Nephew
second in last year's Derby.
KING OF DIAMONDS
Visiting his six-roomed, top-floor flat over-
looking Hyde Park is South African diamond
magnate Sir Ernest Oppenhcimer and his
wife.
White-haired Lady Oppenheimer has n<
diamonds on her fingers. But she constantly
wears flawless diamond ear-rings.
At the same hotel is her son Sir Michael
Oppenheimer, who is Sir Ernest's stepson.
For Sir Ernest married his nephew's widow.
HARROW 'HARDSHIP'
What is life like at Harrow School? Seven-
teen-year-old King llus.tni. who has just
left to become Jordan's king, says it is a "life
of hardship."
Harrow has a strict system of graduated
duties and privileges according to age. Be-
cause he was classed as .. third-year boy the
new king had many "Privs." He was able to
sit on the radiator outside the dining-room.
could wear a school scarf instead of a tie, and
have all three buttons of his blazer (bluer) [
undone.
For serious offences boys can be beaten by
members of the Philathletic Club, chosen foi |
Iheir sporting prowess. One of their "Privs"'|
is to wear black bow ties ^and grey waist |
coats.
In the "ducker," the school pool, the boysi
swim nude. And on the milling ground the\
settle their quarrels with bare fists. The!
challenger must make a 12ft. leap from th*t
main wall to where his opponent waits.
A WISH GRANTED
In 1949 composer Richard Strauss willed (
that the lirst performance of his opera 7**,
' 0/ /Jam-- should take place at the Salz-
burg Festival and be conducted by his groal
friend Clemens Kraitss.

It was Strauss's attempt to achieve some-
thing fate had prevented five years earlier
In 1944 the first performance was fixed for
July 20day of the bomb plot on Hitler's life
The performance was cancelled.

Now Strauss's wish has been fulfilled. The
opera has received a tumultuous receptior
with more than 3C curtain calls.
Though lew British were Lo Salzburg sev
cral rfiiended a lavish party at the yellow-
w.'illed, turreted WttenQI Castle, a club near
lie!, where Holland's Queen Juliana
her honeymoon.
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WEDNf^im vi GITST 27. 1S2
HARHAIMI-, AllVlXATI.
pagi
Fa Isifica tion
Case Adjourned
His Lordship Mr. Justice J. W. B Chenery at the Court
of Grand Ses&inns yesterday further adjourned until 10 a.m.
today hearing of the case in which Keith Squires, a 26-year-
old clerk is charged with falsification of accounts on or about
August 31. 1951.
The Attorney General, Hon. C. Wyhe with Mr. F. E.
Field is prosecuting for the Crown while Mr. E. W. Barrow
associated with Mr F. G. Smith are counsel for the accused.
Mr. Smith addressed the jury the whole day yesterday and
will continue this morning.
Before His Lordship ruled that the case was a matter for
the jury. Mr. Smith apologised for the absence of Mr. Bar-
row and u>ked His Lordship to excuse him.
TELLS OF FLIGHT WITH HVASTA
Keith Squires is charged with it
having on or about August 31, how
1951, whtl* he was a clerk or a
servant of D. V. Scott with intern
to defraud, made or concurred in
making a false entry in a book
belonging to or n "
of his employer
> impossible for him to say
much rum was there on
August 31.
Checking Process
The prosecution had tried to
gel evidence by all kinds of deeds
iTlt- ~J.JZ,2 *" evidence by all kinds
1, 2, and J. the property of D. V ?? ,Jfr. IhotJf/fl,d '".J11*
Scott & Co.. Ltd, al Cheapsidc, ewlde,n<* lhat * * **> they
Bridgetown, contain
SsSS ss"*-
".NTING TO A MAf. Jar,sl.,v Uurw. es-i
umcti. UUnUttfi o* be led a Communi*.
i.ith Johi H I m ' i
ter had been 'jited b> the Keds m -
thinks Hvasta is alive ar.1 hi--'rr li
State D?partini>fil r
arrived at the de-
ly 2,78fl, i,380 and 2,820 proof flcl*nc* u'as .b-v rechecking and
wine gallons. "gauging and yet people never
did those (hing*. Quarterly it-
Duty Of Defence turns wer" never done properly
and yet the proaecution was ask-
in his address to the Jury yes- ing them to infer that the rum
terday Mr. Smith said that they was not there.
had listened with tolerance to the Mr Thorpe and Others, knew
evidence of the witnesses for the that there was stealing going on
prosecution and they must remem- and they must have known that
ber that it was the duty of the there was a shortage and that
prosecution to prove the case be- .shortage could not be placed on
yond reasonable doubt. The too accused. P CAIRO, Aug. 26
prosecution must convince them in the majority of cases ot Fez Manufacturers rose In pro-
r>y the evidence they had and they falsification, the accused had de- test against the plan to put Egyi t
. Blf.re lne acc4scd 'ived benefits from his falsifies- Into sombrerosthe n\<- and ten
!i^uL_ *"" nv *ne duty tion, but the accused had not got gallon Texas models. The spoi,-
client waSTnl'ocenr "* ^"^ B1.* ,he ***> P" <
That case w
quiry into the particular Govern-
i liSSSt ill
>.t Tin
I
vi c The U S.
. R ... ;-l.o[(W
Fez Manaactaren 7,964,000- Ton
Protest Vgainsl
Sombreros
(liilian Sugar
Crop Is In
Steps To Hold
World Price
No Caribbean
Hurricanes Vet
I
U.S. Weather iiitreau IBbfNkWl to hy
WASHINGTON.
TWO months of the Caribbean I
paaaed without .i single hurricane and expert* I the VS
tber Bui odtrlng why In an van
two h >u*d have run theu course bj Ihe a wldl
in Au^usl uiul ilia gJtpartl would be looking OUI ("i .i third
ii opened on June LS and will last
until Movambar 18 September li the moat dangerous
month. II"" leal year it was early in Auguat thai the dll
UTkane (nt Jamaica and flattened a large
area of tin* island.
Tim yoai'v calm cannot lat lime Hcmlm* book re]
much l.i:r> : IS vM-uthei radio to j shore-based uealhe-
Whan .i hurrtcaas will plat
Washington will hear about it the hurt OH Insti
I in- cham ."id iii report on H
thins: frees 2* <
io 3 hours advance notlcs when W ertll i- up to svery wdividual
and (There it is Ukelj u- itrike mamhei ot . coaimuattji thresl
a ihs ,i,i' itnce sned by . hurricane Io hee-i It*
nd when the arel hurrl warning thai Iheas ..umen hav.
m up rc hopi sad mil Uvai Io pet
ii'.ui\ lui it." *.i- Mi Ivan T.iii- (B.t'.ri
nehill. the Weather Bureau'* Yet miirniin. the ttn.1
leading expert on tropsoal Mann -mpicai storm in ihr Csrtkeesi
We've li"' WSk| "I weather to he slin* ol ilenln|>lK kSSS
wlmli SO lar js are know was la- hurricane waa loealed h| Ha
vourable to Ihr development Of Harrm. about "Oil mile- \..rtl
tiuriii-.iiu's Whi lutrii- has stall- Km! ot \iiIIjiuj. .mil 40 mile-
ed. v\.- just can't say" >'*st ol I'urru. Riro \i llir Um
Hi r.umehill has been Stud/- ot lor^llnn the Hlorm 4* not a'
ing hurricanes since 1815, when u as a waathst man in Qalveslon __^^^.^.
Texa*. he livr.l IheoUflh une in
which 125 prop I.< diea. Now he li,,,.,;,,:,.,, Ibassdksssv
baked sack huuieane--------------------------------~"
reason un Miami, Florida. ( i i i i
This service is the mam reaaou tlTfll hy U.S. death tolls from hurii-
On looking at Mr. Scott's evi- Ministry of Social Affairs thai
"- dence. thc>- saw that Mr. Scott Ihese wer* more practical than th-
-r occupied a compartment in the Pei because they offered protec-
T"' ^.^,V.m^li^<1..iI*^d.^ BondT He said that he did not lion from the tioplcal sun as it
know when the accused eame to demonstrated
with him, but after a time makers say it
he supplied the uccuscd
book.
their duty to decide whether the
andi of Egyptians out
>t work.
I'.P.
l.ctlrr Shown
Tunisian Premier
Mr. Scott had also been shown
letter on the witness stand, but ,.._ _, _
Mr Scott, evidence there \\ ,|| (,Q |a I The duty of the defence in that
case was to dri%'c home the dis-
crepancies and childish arguments
that were brought by the prosecu-
tion. The indictment charged his
client with having made a false
entry in a book with intent to de-
fraud. The intent was the ques-
tion for them. On the question of
rum iB O.S Thrv JS1 amount ,.f n,, he ha.l In Ihe Tunisian Premier. S.lah El
wrong entry.
was no intention on the part of
the accused to defraud- Mr. Scott
For Discussions
that
demolish ed
the arguments which are likely que will fly to Paris thU week foi
to be put up by the other side, important discussions with the
It took the prosecution seven French Government, aimed a)
days and perhaps nights to build Ironing out a compromise on tin
His Job was to stress the on- UP lhi case and I have tried to control of the controversial Turn- ...
standing discrepancies in the evi- attack it from the most impor- sian reform programme, it was Couiu I.
dence of the prosecution. They tant part in the structure. ^^ officially disclosed on Tuesday. A "single seller
canes dropped Crom the record ^i'lloltT l^'JIM'S Fist*
ti.000 in IVOO to none m the sum-
WASHINGTON nier and autumn of 1M. Tin-
Cuba's sugar crop this War Caribl>ean Island-i were not so
totals ;,9M,000 tons. This final fortunate last year; thsy had
i Mexico. Fez ngure has become known since about 250 dead.
ill throw thous- the grinding of sugar cane In
Some lfl.000 people in the
United Stales have been kilhvl in
67 hurricanes since I87S. four-
tlfths of them by drowning
Weather Bureau bvlievrs thai
most of these deaths could have
8,000,000-tou Cuban nop th -j been avoided. The last big U S
year. It is well above uie pre- disaster was in September. 1938.
vious record of 8.675,0011 long, when a big humane swept In off
harvested in the 1941 *S the Atlantic and up the U.S
B*0*on'-a-n,i f,,mPar*8 *th Usl coast, leaving about 600 dead t*-- SihoUistup Sl- was runner-
>f.ii* 6.348.000 tons. II amounU hind It.
to nbuut 20 per cent, of ihis year's , . (i
total world production. wp Wn' '*et ,"1u,,l <* "'
But current world demand Is udlenc* lor our warnings then."
Cuba came to an end on August :
and has been announced by tho
U.S. Department of Agin uLlun.
in Washington.
This record crop came earv
:lose to earlier cstimi
United kip.^<(om
1KM1N1 A. Auk U
aving Uanorroa i>> the B B
C'olumble for UM United Kingdini
pre she plan- V puisue simile
rnediene i- MUM WyiUUB
Knight. the 1850 Domlnici
Scholarship winner.
MIm k> i-upii "i

first g'rl to gain the Islan
newhat lower than a y*a'
Discrepancies
Mr. Tennehill lecallB. "Every- A i..nh severe
ugo. As result, the Cuban Gov- lxM,>' was ""ore interested in re- shook Roseau on Ttn i'.
ernment will take steps to pro PO"*** ,rom Europe about Cham- August iPttl., .it 10.07
vide for the orderly liquidation U-rlaln and Hitler,"
of the sugar now on hand, say* Between eighl and ten hurri-
Unlted States Cuban Sugar canes hmld up ir. the Caribbean
or cross the Adanllc from the
system will African coast in an average year.
damage has Ivecri reported
had listened for the past week to "1 am conceding that Exhibit The two men are expected to be established for the disposal They wander generally north-
the system of maladministration B was in the possession of Mr. arrive here on Friday night or of sugar on ihe world market. ! at about 12 m.p.h.. but with
which obtained in the particular Scott, but the prosecution has to Saturday morning according to Some 1.988.0(10 Urns of sugar will many variations in directImi. Hy
department and perhaps they were prove that this Exhibit was an present plans. Baccouchc. who be withdrawn from this yeur'* "o means all of 'hem hit the U.S.
wondering how the cost of living account book and the property of was appointed by the Boy of market for sale over the next coast.
pinched them. The law laid down D. V. Scott;'" Mr. Smith said. Tunis alter last winter's bloody five years, ^production in 1953
that certain instructions were When hearing resumes to-day riots and after the new independ- wl" he limited to not more than
necessary to that Department and Mr. Smith will continue his ad- ence Party Government wa
yet officers said on the witness dn
stand that they did not know this
had to be done and that had to be
done. Those officers were men in
responsible positions.
They must remember that if
there was a conflict between the
prosecution and the defence, they
were entitled to believe one or the
other. If there was a doubt then
the accused should get the bene-
fit of that doubt.
Mr. Scott was a witness for the
prosecution and he was cross-
examined. Mr Scott lost rum
which they had to decide about.
Asked about the book. Mr. Scott
to the jury.
Rapid Developniieni
Of Mi Area Predicted
ick-
Trench orders, has been in
the background during the present
negotlalions over Arab National-
ist demands for greater autonomy.
U.P.
,679,OtHl tons.
These
The Weather
getting ready fo
ivhile serving months ago. Its i
the 1952 season
perts met with
i lonlal Develop*!
poratlon have i
tion "f Hi- .i Ice and Cotd Bloragi
pi. nt at Roseau Tha Old Ow
eminent Cold Stonf* has b*-e
ilri.i-d di>wn.
A portion nt Rots hi hi bw
being hgiiteii i\v alternating cut
rani from the Colonial Develop
ut Corporation'! ii< and O
NEW YORK. Aug. 26.
The Jewish Agency's economic
department predicted on Tuesday
that the United State* guarantee
of American investments In
Israel combined with Israel's
iS!l.2-W"'^"?SS T^: P*" "" 'Ration. Will
Search Continues
For Survivors Of
!T.a B17 Plane
preveni any slump m Ihe '\'h*rs from the Air rDrce. Navy, s .,.hl.
price of sugar on Our
msrket, will uiidnubtid
a aerlous nffoct
economy, wlmli ilepend*
up*m the iugar Induetoy,
This years world sugar crop.
Including cane and boot bar-
vests, is estimated at some
4ti.0H0.00ii tons. Markets for most
of this are guaranteed O
ip m Ihe cners irom me mr rorce. wavy. .. -, . .,
he world Ceaet Guard ...id Civil Aeronau- .'' 1, ,. i'Jn.u-u
,,y lTvet.es Admlni-lrehon.^OUrsV^C Vj , "ptan? frofn Tffi*m
i t'uha's P^rts inspected weather stations .c, ov,.r|,.ad
ds largely on islands throuahout the Canb- ,-.,,. ,., ,,.,,,, ,,, .
"Iliirricnnc IliiiileiV
alni Li tq direct current
he Oovernmem Ughtll
^.# .a.ij- .... ^uhiii^i, ill 'iiuii'ii- ,
wealth Droducars, for instance, ;""*
"Hurricane
ere ready at
hunter
in
J la net*
iiiiiu. Th mi Iron ot Ihe Rd
it .
arket fr tln-i
|ob is
Ituo and DermiKin. Their pllal, MISS l1
track down repntlnl .*- j ,tii ",i
randum the
able him to ai
he might nsk
time about the rum
EGIJNAIH FORCE BASE,
FLORIDA, Aug. 26-
The United States alrforce re-
penuiMd V-7UU.IVIH K.1...BM.., "... nrwcil the search for possible sur-
aJeTanv^uestlons rc,u,t ln "rapid development of vlvorK of the lghl-man I1-I7
u!: Lq.u^ the new potentially oil rich arei "brain*1 plane accidentally shot
0 --t the Middle East. These meas- into squally sea by a rorket-
ires by the two governments will firing sabre-Jet.
hasten the search for oil in Planes and navy and coast
The Book
That book
Book; that v
tion asked that the
deleted from the
book was not audited and the.
prosecution had yet to prove that
that book was an account book of
D. V. Scott. The accused kppt th
book according to his likes
ft' ranged 'over to estimates by the Intern.iti-inl sources in hand,
,---------------- ,-. ., .,-v,_ n mUn* nff Sugar Council. Re<|uirenien! of Hurenu believes it
A-hv the DTosecu- ed a special issue of ita publica- ie Gulf of Mexico Mmira on ,
hXord sTocTbe tion "Economic Horizons" devoted north west "orld. coe.t al -Jrjt
indictment. That to Israel's prospects. MfhT ***AJQ&**J*E:
ot an Account NegeV. The department publish- guard ^rf.^^ ^ ^
ir P ing for the rescue of all
held at 3 00 p m. E.S.T
The airforce said a pilot of the
new model F-96I> sabre-let mis-
nd ACROSS THE ATLANTIC took the control plane for the
SsSsSs- ** * ba hours Lgaie^g
The book also was not part of GANDER. Newfoundland. <**** nnn* ^u'P.mcn,;
the Accounting System of D. V. ^Ug. 26. A.
Scott Co. Ltd. The prosecution A Brjtl8h c-,nberra jet bomber g"
put kfr, Scott on the stand to w flew across lhe AUanlic and ^ck IjMSr t^SslnUgnrte" hit
tied
...A lind ..
sugar in Ifie United Kingdom Manser areas aim. sometimes, to ber at the I" '
The United Slates guarantee "> re0tb 'hUi the hurricane In Governor, Sn l( (i II Ami
market for the greater part ..* check its speed and power. dell, it n..:.. Im-I.i i;.
Cuba's production. Some 6.10 merchant ship> make ammei HOU i
But after all thaat n ,1' "reathri icports l>v i.idn N.tunUy. Augii-l tilth.
nienU haw been .ib ab-.l. AM ships, by inteinnlioiiiil agn.
there will still bo some 7.33r.,(MH) ment. are esperte tons of sugar for disposal .n When they run into hurricanes,
the world market KCOrdlna With reports Irom all these
the Wcathei
is ready
:i i, ni.ii>.! v ... tiu- i .u:n U .,!.- inol Biaaosl toy
only 4.0&0,(MHi ions. tiim- Io warn its i
Of the surplus of 2,385.000
tons of sugar for which
mand Is expected on the
u
-l,i
"The
I hnl
e is only one danger
not a erlOUl "i."
ad
savi
Mi curton a ii Duplgi
law mi gnd i j <
Bgned ins office of
i:. ,i. in l)npiKii> wlin h
i"-n mayot I..... peat
year":, gave no public reason f
&j^T&\\?zx r'Pv-r^^ Ksrr&
S^^*^i-.^h-See?^lri l*? *. from Aldergrove m sUirmy lllf. _u.P.
krint, Cuba holds some 2.000, Mr- Taniiehill. "Theie i- aJwajl
000 tons. Cuba's decision to a possibility th.it a hurricane
withdraw this for sale over Ihe might start lust off shore within
next five years is expected to lot* rniles or so. II could hit the
r.vert the necessity for distress coast then before WO knew il "
selling at low prices, normally Down in n U.S. Navy air base
+JS25SJ3S2rlucket l*Ked >he inevitable consequence Of a " Jacksonville, Florida, 3* offlc
'mighty nvmi^e rock. U-os,o an ra()k^
JLfi? ^SSbS^te" hlto ----------------------- >V U... 10 take ..fl on lhe
Newfound-
land and back.
The bomber ihe world's fastest
memorandum kepi bv .he ceu,ed %SwT ,' ad
II was Imposniblr to charae lhe "'
accused wllh ralilncallon of ac-
C"The'Kad":ill'"een Mr Thorpe Ka a Speed o, more .him 0U
on the slund. He had made aev- m.p.h.
eral complalnU and asked tor A wnilher ship reported Uia. It
more s.aff durtn the service at had picked up the speeding )et
the Bond. He found that there on its radar screen but had been
was not enouKh staff to carrv out S"">l the work in the Department and The Air Ministry said that since
was conscious of some steal ns. U>e Plane was flying eight mile
Parson Puts Off
Getting Excited
B) W. BISMARCK
Oddfellows
On A Visit
2>>
NORTH DAKOTA. Auii
The Reverend Adolph Flemme.
When Mr. Thorpe took over shove the sea. radio contact may said on Tuesday that someone sh..
he did not know what was in the. have been difficult. The Canbcr- 0l him os he was conducting jsr-
vats and some of Ihe rum could rs's speed a. it flashed over the view st the Church of God h. > """ '"
have been mlaing before ho weather ship wa. appro.lmat. ly on Monday night but The M Sunday ,iu
m m.p.h. It was fighting a 2 protected me". Flemmer sal
ous mission of flying Into the heart
of u hurricane.
Some of them arg old li..nn ,!
hunting hurricanes. Otlu i
spending their III si season on llir
Members of the Household of dangerous lob. If one of their
Ruth, Grand United Order of 'planes were to crash Into the
Odd Fellows, Trinidad, arrived maelstrom of wind and wster,
in Barbados on Sunday by lh" tln-n- chances of survival woul<
. S roiombw. and will join the be negligible.
brandl Of the Grand United . t L
> " fc'slfft; W.^|L*a
Iirn-
from Uvuv ( .
May LMraet, to si. Mary*-
Dlvine Service next t].w hunters" based ..
"There's nothing muili to >l
Ljkes you up a bii."
trying to Rive them the im- m.p.h. headwind according lo lhe he heard a bullet whistling past will be held in their honour by i( and when a hurricane warn.
presnion that it was the dutv of ship. The Canberra, built by the him as he stepped back from IhO " 'v >' OM ssrMgatOwn House- ,ng comes, a crew of eleven men
the accused to make out slips. English Electric Company went off pulpit during special services at DOldL WIU climb into a big Privateer
Mr Thorpe told them that he also with an ear splitting scream. about 8.30 p.m. He said, howevei, the Imder of the group from aircraft and hea.l for th.- ana in
found books hopelessly in arrears. The blackbellied bomber was that he continued the service and Trinidad is Patriarch Charlie which it is suspected to 1- Tree-
In October he said that the books piloted by two British war-time didn't "get excited" until after It fninss. a Barbadian. This i* his ing the hurnran-, they will fly
look ovar. Tha prosecutio
I not even up to date j
heroc!-.U.P.
had ended.IJ.
third visit as ieadci
light into the wilre of it all lhe
DOMO
4 HsvYM
SKIMHATOHS
ARE
HIGHLY EFFlriF.ST
EASY TO OPERATE AND
SOON PAY FOR THEM-
SELVES
Hundreds in use all over
the B.W.I. snd sll sre
giving complete satisfac-
tion ............ (M42
DOMO" CHURNS
130 74
SAFES
FIRE AND Birftdl-AR
RESISTINC.
Body plat'- (top. bottom
and sides) of one steel
plate bent by hydraulic
pressure, "-4" solid steel door
C" ?. wrought steel chsm-
2Mi" to 3" in Ihirkness
Ailed with beat Quality tire-
resisting material.
rtlH Till1: HOT WrVIIIMi.
ICE, ICE, ICE
Krrp lir lUnd. In
A IIIIIIMKS IIASK
.11 \111m111 id 1 UUM
uiit keeD it hot or
win keep it cold
Ail Kind. Jaat Hieetred
VMIII MO I III I <;: |< |.
m.zs: sa.Ta. aia.HT. ijo.tb
NAKKOV, MOI III for
I.lit 11 Id*
SI .1: *l 81: S.ln. %2.40
Hsys Mr. Leo Klnc:
YOi' can hi: i.ihn ii
BEING THt HWr.fcTtST TREAT .'"
Toffe
MADE IN I K
1'rrfertion of tonfertlon.
GET THE TRIPLE
ACTION OF -
NERVIT0NE
TONIC WINE
1 HI KIM. s|| KM 's to ma.lnt.iln otrenith
III Kill .ill ( )V\ \i l -,< | NfEto MM-ed rrturnlnit health:
L IN 00OD lit:Al I II to arqulre thai rxtri pep.
IIKINK \ WINECil.ASSH'I, DAILY.
1 1 ".....' . .1 lilendel
wllh Beef Extr-.t-, ....,1 Took Hlnerala, nekviioni WKI
restore, krel Vltallt1 IRiprovea general health and slimulates
Ihe ppetlte,
$1.32 and S2.40 per holllr
At aii Bnaghea ol
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
. n a
a a a
"The Silver
Water iim i- ti>
I'I
K*n"
satat BBsfel <
.appreciated j
prf'srlit Jl lliK tlmr al tin 1
rear, pric e: HsXSf,
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I IMIlt'fl
*-l I III K SHOW WIMMIVt
ft
a I'l IIIV% imm. mow e
8 EQUAL IN FOOD AND ENERGY
mm a mi. swim. i.\ oeerr.
SBJ Duly ONK IKJUND of PURINA DOC CHOW
as .... allabls 111 Moul and Checker form ... Is equal
111 fond rnerg.v to 3 pounds of t,< li M< il
fj TAXI YOUR DOC A BAG TO-DAY .
S_ HIRE'S A FOOD IIEI.L HEALLY OO
I II. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.
sj AGENTS.
" a a a a a e * m m a
.BMaaai o> ^ a a i
e>eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee<*eeeeeee*s......
1

Buy SAMCO'
Por SAFETY
20 x IB x 15 "
24 x 18 X 17"
28 X 20 X IV
1120 05
1188 55
1205 38
lltltltlSOVS
LOCAL DISTRIBLTORS
HARDWARE DEPT
Tels- 3142 and 2364
NOTICE
Till*. Mine ..ill lt' tlosi'il I..
Husi... ss on FIIIIIAY 2lli
and SATIUIIAV.MHI. Aagtul
for lhe pin |m>s< of lakiutt
Slork
Cave Sh<-plit-i-il A Ho. Lid.
10. II. Vi A. II Krml Sir.. I.
THE ONLY CYCLE IN THE WORLD
PERMITTED TO CARRY
THIS MARK OF
PERFECTION
IS THE
HUMBER
T* -lr.l... ..II Of mil If IO class
III I'll III 111'I- lS
i
I
FULL
RANGE OF
SIZES
IN STOCK
HARRISONS for HUMBERS
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PAGL SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, AL'CIST , 1*3
Speightstown To Get New Fish Market^
Coifiicil Agree To Buy >* 2"
~ r. Site For ISew
4,306 Square *eet Laud />*, station
The Legislative Council at their meelini; yesterday 1|oo G D ,. ,. ,Mr.
concurred in a resolution to approve the purchase ot 4,30b ^,y m,^una of the LegbilaUve
square fart of land at the (unction of Queen and Sand council presented the report of
Street!. Ot Speightstown, St Peter for the erection of a fish use Select committee appolate-l ^lo
mark. ,TV|^ "> "'?"
Legislature Say Yes
Bahamas Must
Build Longer
To Getting U.S. Experts Runtvays For Jet i
when- th*
for Brtdgetowu
In moving The concurrence of the resolution, the Hod- ^i^ tllwt ^i* *Stjd? VSJouSrtTw.
c Colon!*. Secretary said that when the Comprehensive 4as miacd in debate on August
bl- .
Fisheues Scheme was prep i ed in 1947, plans were made 12. 1952.
for the building of a fish niai el in Speightstown. No action 1305.700
to that end hud been taken,
current estimates, provbloi
thr KesohiUoix (<>(
with which the coocur-
the Council waa sough;.
The Report reads as follow*.
1. The Committw held three
.. .t-v a mei'tiiiBJ.. The Fire Officer and
./HI** S 1 .OllimUltlfit ihr Colonial Engineei
[though there was .till in the """
of an amount for the scheme
utmoat importance that
Party Suggests
trade With Russia
SANTIAGO. CHILE Auk M-
The afternoon paper Ultima ...-
Hera pubushed a report attributed a quirk get-away of the Ore tight-
. Oalo Gonzalcs Secretary Gen- log apparatus from the Stauori.
Now it had bct-n propo*>d to
purchase the pnperty immedi-
ately to tha nort:i ut the existing
fish market m Speightstown, th.
area of which was sat out in th*
resolution. The property had a
building on it and th* then KingS
Solicitor had advised that owing
to the fact that It was impossible
to say who the exact ownon
were," it would be neceesary for
the purchase to be made undci
the Compulsory Acquisition Act.
A sub Committee of the Fish- r.
erlss Adviaory Commlttea had -:
been appointed to go Into the
question :irid they decided thut il
was the moat suitable site for th
purpose. Ha 1
members who kne'.. ... ~> oun*> tuuwin'iviss'i inmifLwi/. - _. ..
would agree with that. establishment of Chilean-Soviet JClVrt-
There was a point that he i{Us*ia trade as a panacea fo' "t mo
wanted to be mada clear. Para- chile's economic ill*, nnd voted W
graph 3 of the Addendum said Io hcn fund-! were ..vu.'.able in Part 2, lhr au-union congress of
VI. Miscellaneous I. De- RsjjgUn Communist Party when
velopment of Fisheries Produc-
LONDON. Aug. 26,
Sir Miles Thomae. Chairman of
.he Britlah Overseas Airwaya*
-nald lot.!ehl that Bahama authori-
ties have asked the nationalized
The Legislature yesterday replied in the affirmative to airline to start a Comet jet airline
the message from His Exceilencv the Governor inviting service to the lalmnds. but Thomas
Ihem t approve that Barbados should participate in a pro- ^AfSU'^ilmiSSTvSS!^
: >biaining the services of two experts from the United urp buil| ;)l NaaMU-, Windsor
States Technical Corporation Administration and how to AirpQrl to accommodate the new
organise and develop the system known as aided self help 500-mile per hour plane* when
this Is done. A New York
Bahamas jet service can go into
operation*, he stated.
In .oosequenee of discussions on have vrMd .* J^^"
a subject of Aided Self-Heln ma** "H ' * eXD*** ""
On Aided Self Help
housing.
The Governor in the course of his message said:
Ft lealher
ot er*ry colour
It cleans, prevcrves-and how il
polishes! Ask yossr retailer for Propert's.
lff.ER#-j Nothing else is quite the same. Wan*
the difference il makes to your shoes!
PROPERT'S
HOI I-BEAM
ea--h
.so of those meeting, by ^
111 Vlt.ltlOU. CnCe <* nilllllU tiny-si- iinil hi r.VVIJ I mit ><> *
2 ft U clear that it is of the ,wcl(ln mcoUng i the Caribbean "-""" States State Department *, Md ,, ^ ,li00
*?* Commission in last, the Secretary *S 'I"'"""' "' .'"n.c.1.^."?.... l "oncl m the iiewK<- rela
Inj at the Housing Confer- '"} "" s?crel"y "' SU,,,1?r Hl,e In .. replj to the Hon. Mr.
at Hastings House ilnd the ^>^ <""> <*Jt r.vel,n the .Hon. the ColonijlSec-
IIU.V sinirussa^v _----------l_iiTI! |Ill>MI Hi J'l HJI. >H- >H'ii< "- T------- VJ .._,,|_ ,,# lh
gad., should arriye .1 a Bre <;,.,., of the Comml^on an- "ej SFSS^tS^LSt 2.
quickly as possible after the
rtn- alarm haa been received at
0, This is dependent on
t
u0chedVhe United States Tech- <"" on which their services
cal Co-operation AdminlstraUon * nuui'-' available.
ascertain on what conditions
a. uroptised that the sal- did not
service of experts could be Brlf_ ana allowances of the ex- follow the experts* adva
! available to the Caribbean ,,, tfu. ^0^ of inclr uanspor- go in for theae projects.
..._ide available to the Caribbean pem, the coats of their iranapor
of the Chilean Communist The latter is impossible to at- area to advise on ways and means xaUon to the Caribbean area and
party which said thai the party uun if ihe Station is not properly n( organising and developing Jhls ^^ lhc co4i 0* iheir transporta-
tioned
the cost of the experts coming
hen- to give people of the Island
-iformaUon on those projects. 1*.
mlt them deciding to
xperts' advice and Io
.. meeting to.* tiie fol- slU"d or the discipline of the per- astern of building Io the differ-
-wing action: il affirmed con- sonncl ut the Fire Brigade is not ont conditions Obtaining In thr
iDued suppoit ol Pr> Mdantlal of the best.
AUcnde, ad-
j th.,t honour-! I ..iijtup'of Untied " rT^J^"w0s''*T^e,!ll S?
r the site well Su(,.s mmmwimi \.........,!>; gfa. ""C^ *** * *
itltin me CarlbOaan arsw
the cost of demonstration
On learning that th. ser- rqulpmcnt will be borne by United
vices of two experts, one a build- state, funds, but the coal of trans-
mit nnd materials technician and uortaUon within each territory,
ihe other a community organiser, joe.] office space, secretarial ser-
Trie Committee leanit rould h. mad, available, the vc ,bsisteii.e allowance of per-
piesenl intention is t" secretary General of the Carlb- Min> i^mg tralnod. maps, laboru-
one property and to re- lK.an Commission asked .the Gov- i, , teatihg fsrllives and incl-
lie house thereon in ortler ernments In the area whether they dantell shall bi- paid by cash of
,i,. I" v.]iieu the eait Into King ,viBhed to avail themselves ot the ;hc- i.rrti^pating territories. Until
when Slm-t Th. Committee shsre the rxperts' services. A reply was
i rvuita-r ar"" Ofllcer-s opinion that the ,ent that the Barbados Govern-
aj of the HJJ-53 " ?." ,, exit p.ovl r J, ,iP ,med thai CI.U. would nol l..,ru inadequate and that it formation of the way In which
S. Si,.! . make It clear : uffenng exchange shortage wou|,1 ij. jo-olutely necessary, Aldsd Self-Help Housing projects
ih5 lh?amounl avTllahle in Ih < ' * Soviet ,.r,. ,h s-ire Station sited ai St. are opersted In other territories
vear\ LSmates vra, Intended to "'"-, '^."",, "" "Pf"1* Cecilia, to Incur teUNcsuu ex- within the Caribbean region and
en- ran^ ot^sehom.Tb.- * w,lh Russia would not 11rr ,. ,he purchase of all arrangements were accordingly
!' thT nTllcul.r one^It srBS "ceswaily maw the breaking ,,< ^ o,opertie. adjoining il on th. made for the Manager snd Secre-
rrae ihat'-hrre mre fund. .."" ,-">>-r>lal relations wMl the ,,,,. sSi.1 dcW and to put the tar, of the Housing Hoard to visit
Ihte in that ilerrTfnT thr.pur ''" "'""*' 'age -I Ihe Station directly AiitUoa. Puerto Rico Jamaica
,L, ii .L.,1 ., nd should ,online such .ni"-- .... if uiis war. and Trinidad to study the methods-----------------
' '"'"Hl^a'C^^ mrB^rl-sfHTretlnVo^X ^^Sfrf*Cou^l is
4. Further, from the pnt Of be requested,
view of discipline mad real
"nig that flremen
BBsl rMnfl.~'mi'n should be housed
in >uch close proximity.
,. known how long the expert;
will be able to spend in Barbados
it will not be possible to draw up
an exact estimate of the cost that
will be payable from the funds of
the Barbados Government, but if,
as expected, they can stay for two
months, the cost will be In the
region of $1,500.
4. The Secretary of State has
iked that the conclusion of
Sllktir ttjgl * "tires
I ., il<> ;he Coia.Jial v
UJ*
tary submitted figure, of
of the erection oF the fish .,-/k, lAtOOUrer />*< and said that the purchase of the *
Misadventure

Death by mls,tdventure was
pturned by .1 mi"
..-hip Mr
I god, Pol B ^
District "A" In the inquest touch-
ing the death of Cheslerileiii
llay*ey a labourer of Mount Qa)
Lucy yesterday morning.
and said that the purchase
property would coma to about
$4,000. the cost of cleir.ng the
^ilo, leinstatuig the sea wall, tha
building of n wjII l>etween the
M rket ai:d the odjoming pi. p.
t rhe eitton of 1 new btaua
would make a total of abou>
$26,000; the legai expenses would
account for about $100, making l
total of about $30,000.
In a f tne av-il- ;t
;,py In i'ie Estimates,
1 .,dy avail- Bayley was admitted to tbu
abto fr^m the existing provision. Ocncrnl Hospital on July 13
The remaining $15,000 had to I* u|Terini[ from burns on his bodv
sought in due course. which ho sustnlned in a bus
Hm. Mr. ^hiill.nar seconded :t dl^ ^ Hospital on Augu-'
the I Solution .."d agreed that ,,
th< . was the be*t one. He was
sor.y, however hal the cost o' Dr K n H|mon ^^^ th,.
^F^J^SK, e,te.,vc^~'
supposed 'hut tb market was ___^^^^__
necessary, i>ut h thought that In
spending monty lhay should not
jut thmk of whether they need-
ed this or that, b.u whether it was
ahsnlutely necessary.
The Hon. Dr. St. John express-
ed the view that the amount of
high after Sno
thov aubtracted what was neces- -ay 1
sary for ihe purchasing of BM tiajg
property
Kxpressed l>esire
5. F01 these reasuns the Com-
inittee are unanimously of the
opinion that the Station ihould
.11 be erected at Si Cecilia.
6. The Committee considered 1
tir following alternative stlea:
11) the site formerly occupied
by the Central Foundry;
(2) that formerly occupied by
the Railway Station;
(3) Jubilee Gardens; and
(4) Temple Yard.
7. With regard to (1), the
'. afflc Is especially dense there '
1 ulitating against a quick get-
way as well as making it too
oiay.
Tha VlonouiaWe the Colonial
Sadfiiary in moving that the
council reply atnrnwitlvely. gave
2. In the meantime British furth--: d.-iaiLs f ibe scheme
Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua the under which ma 1"'
Windward Islands and Trinidad ly wo>k>
;'U.l-
You pay WO mori
for the
GREATER
EXPERIENCF
RIDE A PHILLIPS SUPREME MODEL AND ENJOY
CYCLING AT ITS BEST
SPECIAL < ASH OFFER
Fire Destroys
House At Ivy
l-.i-r 3.15 p.m. )
'tnplctely destroyed <
12x7x7 tiie propvi
Walking at the Ivy. St

Michael.
There was a Case
The Hon. the Colonial Secre-
1 thai tha matter had
billy and it
- teas a
.;,, 1 -, n irkoi
1 protri 'i ws "
1 esution
a is ei .t -
< I ilt as rifht or
, but th
(' rr.m.r..-
1 .( Sub Committee
.im^ng the men of wfatefa ,\; fasteiday's mc<'tnig of the
'''" ^Islative Council, Honournble
"1 K. c. Hutson was granted le-*"1
1
A Held of canes next to tht
fas burnt and the Fire
I 1 ig.uii* had to prevent tha AN
' idins to other houses In
district
which
M.I A.. On Leave
8. (2) le on the wrong side of
- f the Victoria Bridge.
9. (3). the Jubilee Gardens is
. 'garded by expert opinion a* .t
ory good site favouring, us ;t
*s, a quick get-away.
10. (4) Temple Yard Is re-
1 irded as an equally good stta>
. so favouring a quick get-away,
i ovided the properties adjoin-
. g it are acquired and removed
. id the Junction of Chcapsid."
; id Drum Street is widened by
i e purchase of the shop at tr.
< rner, or part of it, in order 1
I oiovc it or M-i it back as might
b neeessury.
It is estimated that those peop-
le, cou.d be acquired for some
>. 30,000 which would be addl-
II aal to the amount allowed for
11. the Resolution under conslder-
at on.
-11 it-bis one If he took the
back to the Exullvc
Committtie. they would relcr it
L.. k to the Colonial Englneei
whn had already said at he was
In favour of that site.
Hon. Mr. Evelyn said that as he
saw it. a shod already la tii<
area if they were going to ex-
ten i the f.ii market it would onl.
ti i--; 1 of tha shed

I
. The Commitloe appreciate
.._ Gdveniment's deaire to main-
om Augu-t 25 to September 17. uin the Jubilee Gardens as an
___________________________^__ op*11 psce particularly as they
understand that they were es-
..luliahvd to commemorate Queeu
The Hon. the Colonial Secre-
tly reminded the Council that
Victoria's Jubilee; they consider
that open spaces are among the
the Resolution they were consid- '"*' "* *2JE
i, in. only related to the purchase most imnertant amenities of any
'I the land. He would be pre- City and are therefore of the
ired to put up any further pro- opinion that the Fire "g*,d,
poaal for le-eximunalion and to should be sited at Temple Yard
ether the expenditure m spile of the extra cost involved,
ould he cut and if so in what way Hon. Mr. Pile told the Counci
hat the Report Is unanimous.
"PAA
-thor's ana reason why
this airline has been
"first choke" of interna-
tloetel Ira velars for nearly
9 quarter of a century.
NW YORK
Ncsvv-stop service by *l* ln.urioii.
"El PrMidente" or vk Sanjusn hv
popular, rnooey savuig "El TuruU.
EUROPE
RaguUr Mcvice by giant double-
dacked "Strsto" dfipi*r>--woiWs
huteit slrbnars to Pain. Rome.
Enjoy stopovers la EngUnd, lie
land. PAA nippers alto By to India
sad the Orient
Venezuela
Wi-iavM Bighti to all mam ctoes
by swift Coovtsir-type Clippers.
Tea asa now "flv PAA" slreost say-
whara-in fact, to 83 rairrtritv
and colonies on sU conlineots,
- r$frvat TreeW ARtnt or
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WF.IKFsnW. AlT.l'SI 27. 1152
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACI SEVEN
House Pass Supplementary Resolution For $15,479
THE House of Assembly yesterday passed a Resolution
for $15,479 to supplement the 195253 Estimates under 12
Heads. The Heads were Accountant General, Customs.
Legal Department. Police, Prisons, Department of Science
and Agriculture, Director of Medical Services. General
Hospital, Lazaretto. Subsidies and G-ants. and Miscellane-
ous Sen
The note lo Accountant Gen- the Fine Officer. The additional
Gairy'a M.M.W.U.
Members Go
On 2nd Strike
Churchill
May Offer
New Scheme
198,952 Noi.dFw
"W alcr Supplies"
Argentine
Fails To Win

equipment now required i
Fire exUotimher*
Hoaa......
lit unches
Insurance, freight. In-
spection charges,
contingencies
$410
180
0
LM
eral" reads
"At the time of the preparation
of the 195253 Estimate! it was
anticipated that the sytttm of
embossing bank cheques would be
abolished at an early date and an
amount of $250 only was includ-
ed In the "Estimates to meet re-
funds under the Sump Act.
19193. It has now been decid-
ed that no change should be made
in the present system and supr/*-
mentorv provision will be requir-
ed to meet expenditure in connrc- "I in Supplementary Estim
tion with the embossing of 195152, No. 39, for the purch
(.RKN..DA. Aug. 26.
Worker, of at leas; 14 estates in
St. David's parish including Gov-
ernment's Cocoa Propagation Sta-
tion were to-day on the second
1
Political COf
riu-- tonight That
M M.W D backed likely to put forward a plan
strike, all declaring their action is closer empire econow
in sympathy with workers at Petit *'*'" *' Euiopc.m eountrtai
Buna a small estate in the same when Cornn.omv.Mlii, Prim Mm- ,,lu
ish where Thursday last the (** mm > London in Nov-..
dig mmi

Public Tree
urj {to be
1
",:.; A Chess Game

Unfe up r"u' ,irad'*
The Head
a RcaolutiiHi
r> .'"'* w000*10 ** HELSINKI. Aug 25
n Hi.- Public Treg- Thf Aigentuie team -huh
beequenUy rerutuled mnvd favourite for second p.Uce
pplement ,,, lnc chess Olympics at Helsinki.
Ml M
$750" parish where Thursday last _.
-------- usbrkers struck *o protest the dis- beT-
The note to "Department of missal of one of their number. No The scheme i-. sponsor*--
Science and Agriculture" reads: work has Uken place at Petit by Eden. Foreign Secretary and
"Revote of the amount provid- Etang since Thursday when 'hitler. ('h.mcfllor of the Ex-
M.M.W.U. group leader .idvised chequer
the walkout on his own and en
Wat
gfl
which
the re

Par
f
under failed so far not only to win
match in the final section for the
, ,__ Hamilton Russell Cup. bill I
$198,952 was defeat today when Pilnik lost hi* '
rganisalion of adjourned game with k
>>' after 59 move;
habilitatioii, of fishing liuhwiy. oihe. reulti of the adJO
S Develop- me. resumed today: Pi.,.. I. S.-. -
Produeuo g, it. round 3. i:..:. lost 1 In
14-H"1. ' Siwuhi inu 13. Porreeo and Lokvenc
Sc.iwi'll AiiiK>rt, $6,159, and drew Final, Section A. i
MILLIONS Of FAMILIti AGRtt THAT:
COLGATE
v Cleans your teeth
f Cleans your breath
Always brush your teeth
right after eating with
COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
cheques tor Ihe remainder of the of certain replacements for the visit to Hon. E. K. Gairy the fol- " V ubuxl, ja to plan ......
----- Fisheries Experimental Boat.- lowini day he approved the de- "eultural and Industrial output <*"":;' '>)ilopment and Wei- Czechoslovakia beat Arienlin. 2|
,nllh , | so that each nation an .1 'n '>'". ""
I expenditure is recov-
VeSr. ..ua cuvuuaiuiv * *^t- * 'H ---*w---"---- '*- ^** IV" >4ioV Met T U .1 s' ui r \ r.1 WIT' -**
arable." The note to "Director of Medical cision telling them not to return lnal ",h naliun-Dnpi
The note to "Customs" reads: Services" reads: except all were re-employed, Kuropean k<
"Refund of customs duty and "Arrangements have been mado what tile others want and can
package tax amounting to $1.6*8.47 for the transport from Bridgetown The owner^m. nager of this buy.
paid by the Caribbean Confection > Sea well Airport of the relief estate Mr. L. O. Taylor of Messrs '> "-<>' involve the appoint-
Company Limited on certain *r lbe Airport Visiting Officer on W. E. Julien and Company said merit ..f more committees on ihe
items of marhinerv and equip- every alternate Sunday and every the dismissal of the man taken on lines of the Organisation for
ment imported for the manufac- alternate Public Holiday. Thin last March was for reason of European Beonomlc Co-operation
ture of confectionery." offlctr previously travelled Id economy. The man was also in- O.E.E.C.whuse chairman i*
The note to "Legal Depart- tiansporUtion at the disposal of efficient. Eden,
ments". Jury expenses, reads: the Airlines Companies; the Sea- The Immediate problem arising Commonwealth Prime Minis-
"Tha amount provided in the **" Airport Committee however is the situation regarding live- ten will probably consider wtMtl
195251 Estimntes has proved considered this arrangement un- stock. Stockmen having quit also *"" 'bey hould hats central
quite Insufficient to meet the desirable and recommended that although under the agreement to economic planning ornniaatlon t->
year's requirements. The expen- it should be discontinued. Supple- which Gairy had been a partv as de;.l dlraeUj wltfi 0 i i l
dtture ol $1,123 for the March mentarv provision is required to member of the Reference Board
* thr
Mu
. MM
Children *
Sprakor (hi I^-avt*
1|. Kottn.iuer beat Pilnik
YugoslaviaUnited States one-
two and one adjourned K-miic.
West Germany. Sweden II If
and one adjourned game. Teachnei
list lo SUtil.H'ic. ;iinl Pfellvt
LQdtn itl)i.iiniett. Kin-I. Sectniti 11
II Honour tin the- ft.utth round. Holland beat Eng- .
M Of Aaaembly. Mr. K. N. H. land 3 I. Donner beat PeWOM 1
Hu.sL.inds, was yesterday granted Final. Section C, fourth round I
two months' leave. He i. ct>ing Saar beat ..uxemhurg 4 nil |
o Canada to repreacnt the u.n- WeacbealbaumerbutLeej Brastl] |
Itodog Branch <>f the Common- beg. sit/eiinmi 2| 1L
we.iltb P.ii iuiinent.il v Asaocla-
t mi ..I The Association's meeting
in October,
r p.
Bggatoa
counts of $510 i
year ? 95152 ha
,nd unpaid ac- meet the additional expenditure comprising employers and repre-
itatives of labour headed by the
respect of the Involved."
pl.e
i is likeK (o discuss these
^ exhausted the The note lo "General Hospital Labour Officer undertaking in the mxI
with the US. gwcnimen'
>m Washington reporta
vote. The Expenses of two fur- "da: .. even't of g gtrfke .nvoVvTng' ail ,oday 5UW,'^V'!? il may *** ,led
ther sessions this year have to be "The Housekeeper at the Gen- m.M.W.U. members stockmen UR Wllh .l s I'lvvstnient in
met; with increased cost of ser- C"I Hospital was granted leave would remain an.I if mixed his colonies dollar kid and the fre.
vices and extended duration of * absence on full pay by the un|on WOuld supply stockmen Pund Involving a new
sessions it is unlikely that the Hospital Board in 1847 lo take a durinc the seven-day period of **" "> empire preferen..-.
expenditure of each of the two course in the U.S.A. to qualify nfePtll(t1 remaining sessions will be less ~ *"*"*----------*---------J-""-
Tha Hatttg

.iriied him ln-n
In Touch With Barbadoa
Coasfal Station
i dietitian on the undersUnd-
Rugby Results
LONDON. Aug. 2.
Reaulta of the Rugby League
Club mateh. I played in the United
unii iii. MIe*
.. b ... .. ||
a a Cnbs.
u.. .
than that" for the'llarc'h" cjwrter;' Jng thai the status of the office spcc^b^Mr. Robert Dc ScauaVt this development is nn introduc- Kingdom:
The no e to "Legal Department". *ould be^revised on.the ">'- Bailies Bacolel Dairy Farm. tory upshot of new labour de- Httnslet 21. Wakefltld T,in,iv 7
""SS^ft rtt,dS:K ffi K o th. 'Hr^SSi*' S T"1" "a<>" i qut at present mands and consequent mass Workmgton' Town 26 Swinton 0
cideFn\T6r^emb^rri0par?: ^^SS^Sl^SrSLSS ,h*" u ,he --"-" that 3S&g3$m
ments an amount of $200 is pro- lbe functions of a dietitian. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
vide, for the Supreme Court. In 1949. the salary scale of the
Prom this vote it is usual to meet post Was revised from $640 x 48
the cost of executions which has 1080 to $1,056 x 48$1,200 with
already reduced the provision for effect from the 1st of April, 1948.
this year b> $>- Further, ho but consideration was not given
opening of an additional Superior to the fact that the officer holding
Court at the Town Hall has occa- the post was performing the duties
stoned additional expenditure for of a dietitian as it was agreed
cleaning, stationery etc. Supple- 'hat the creation of such a post
mentary provision is now required should await the implementation
to meet the cost of further execu- *>t the Adams Report, Part II. The
tion expenses and other incidental Civil Establishment (General)
expenditure of the Supreme Court (Amendment) Order. 1950, No. 7.
for the remainder of the year." which is effective from the 1st
The note to "Police" reads: of September. 1950, provides a
"The 195253 Estimates include scale of $1,440 x 48$1,584 for the
an amount of $1,300 for the pur- Dietitian and Housekeeper, Gen-
chase of two horses for ttic Police cral Hospital, and Ihe Officer was
Department. These horses have placed in the scale at the point
been imported from Canada and which she would have reached
have now arrived: the landed had the office been created with
cost is $1,417. Supplementary effect from the 1st of April. 1948
AillM.k. I
oU, I. Chrutotxil Mull..l".. >
Campcio K nil...
court. Atari.Una. Donalo. a a
I'Mlatal. i Alr.va Clipi' i Canadian
riuiwr. ernasefa . Atrieati
; .ili4.ii
Tractor on the mains helps to make life easier
'Trolleybus'
goes digging
in the garden
Kovision is i
e additional i
required to meet
xpenditure."
The note to "Prisons" reads:
"Provision is required to meet
the cost of certain items of me-
lt is considered equitable thai
the holder of the post should be
Sid salary as a Dietitian and
ousckeeper, General Hospital,
with effect from the 1st of April.
1948. and the amount Included In
lighting apparatus for the Prison the resolution represents arrears
in accordance with recommen- of salary for the period 1st April,
dations which have been made by 1948, to 31st of August, 1950."
In The Legislature Yesterday
COUNCIL
ma i^c.uu.f r
ravla> far
, mala ....... i
Maaa* rrliti
.lablUhx"..
f>FM .. I |,
ir.li -^
lOlf-ll'l*
will br
i-tp'rt, ei
.ii.i-H nli.i-r
vla>d by I
doc i aart
K-|M.ri al Ibr llrparlnxnl
rmllaai (. lb* } .a. >>
iibi.ii
Sana Mr**ta
l. laaaa la lb* \-.ir.
'ph a prrn of lana
b> amia.uf'iionl I...
r-..l. ...rt lhim-1-ar
1.1- al lUih.h.!- m Ibr
SI. Jaaapb la* Iha
UblMBlaal a pla|ln|
taal ! a>'"l*ar
ana ."na|ripii i.pni (Hi !
i.wr-.r- (h. taUbUakaunt at tha
E ni--..t af -.i'ii.. a4 Art-
allar* I.. ..... >,., <.,.d. llarb.
.Ill U pro.Id. an .aailianal Un|
..II.mi- ! .- --
-... In-ll-d la *l
aril af lh> i n
A ....!-

x BXalallon la maba
Uir VnU a* !. J
k. tram ibr
arhlrfe I
. .1 i.i. l'i. aatarlaa and r."
Un* at *ar*l*aa Mai II>B ... .m
araat lhaaa praviaaa far ", lb
liifi-r I s.nimlll.. H-pitl
A Nnalallan (.r f. far nn
rlralMral Intlallallatia al III
i-ral it...
Tba OM
111
HOUSE
>ua|r tram Ilia Farrilra.
a ,..,.!,!... far th. pawl Itam
wklab Ika KI.-HI.I.I H.HI.I. Ii.i.
1.1'. at *..-.*- la Ibr I iri'i
ii.- (.-.fir... la lha HaaV* ln>H-
i.n Ik* Haao la ffpr.<. Ikat
lUrbada! .b.ald parUrlpal- I- a
arvlart far lb* lllltallak. al Ika
>!' al up*"' " Al* lf-
llrlp n..u- ... arhaaa ar*U*> u.
r- praiiaaa I.. Ika t nll*4 SUUa
laatarnnaaail
i i.i. araa lalvr appravad
Kraarl af Iba Daparlnrnl at
N...IU for Ika ... aadrd -n
inoa adtaarnad aaUl ... i
Tlib girl in the picture
u cultivating her market
garden in tin D I II
ana easiest wayby tr. lit]
dus" tractor, an electric
device invi-ntea by Russian
scientists, and now beinn
trii-d tor the flrsi ilmi- in
Brtuin
rhc mintaturr tractor VDJep
I ,Hic.l''d :n action yesterday
[ .tl Veil 111-
. ... | oi .i mpkt tlreinc motor
. I'lOHlJ
a Hrona i .inns the
iracioi with aoouen u ion in
i .. M lea Cubit-
paid oui H-. tin-
am euuvi omniei-
*e;atU\ lake uo the slack us she
3 POINTS
The Bo-tinead scieniwis ai in i
I- .1 Ki-s^nivii *.**3ciai:o!i
iv neai Read:n<( nu
n| UM *-' len irottty-
m i mu twei out<
.Jv.uiiune- ovri an
iracior :
11 i -...... o run
ii m i D-. aunt on -no
! ir.-e Irom oreaitnoa,iU).
IT II mv D 'i':,fui for
W : '". set-up -,non :n ui*
on ibr >rirl can pktuih
barrow roll and do ail tne
uni-r icwina inns in u marki-i
^ardm ol ifvr ..
Tri 'iia\ tie me practical size-
m i tot rrnnomicai iroliav-
boa irftCUM orK In Britain
He was always
TIRED
Than
KRUSCHEN
brought a hoppychange
Afti
i. Itaatsowan art so
nr die niunin is nearly to p^r
tSmi drirr than i *.i* before
nr war
HUMDkUM HAPPY
^ i (ii* m rilt MM ol 1$
Itll


. :.. ine
rnr-d bv
, | i,
HOT SPOT
^ \ M \\ I.WH.tl to CUV
"I
m huml. i
iood is also beiBI
,r Hr.iOin*
It aunipH nat troni
'he ikrder *DaW

*nk Enrlv Ml
:.i- r iiiiiiu>
:, D

ime pr;i
THE
CNAPMU
flHCHEH
COLUMN
' irrliii i.i.
to ihe
givrn 10
i>iychO-
kTafjfJ
U.rb K-
to ]ooi in which uteri
Inendl" paople
and. no doubt, nossiu
I /ii rtw] aart mu Ii
less concernco than the
ooy* wiih uav prospecu,
or the lac that work
would De dull
tins netpa

Mpl.ir
OQ

!'

:
mdc.'iir

i a more siari-
inners
l Oil Douw jriii.nit
nireaay insmlied *i
will ettraci 'he waste
i ihe (armvard manure
EUckei Id InIV.nl.s
JAMAICA, Au. 26.
Ion I'.in i t.iii.iv .nn i
hi Kingston's West Knd
and iharKrd ha* LMtpf&f nn un-
nurslne home and
breachii of Juvenile I^w and
HWiumini sd 'iivf-stiniiiinn mtu
what la expected to turn nut a
racket in children.
AlleKations are thai Ihe woman
u-ok uriwanted I'liiklrrn limn
ni"thers either al birth or shortly
l.i'Miifii'r, injured their lives and
neii starved them to death. Sewn
'iiliiini. all in various stages of
nmlnutritn.il have bean lammd
to the city Children's Home and
.no t'i lio-pi!al. Invi- LlprUpB
I tried wiH-n om child died .it Ut*
Sunday.
tail
i\ thr.
.llilfvd
hi
tell u* how
about a "complrta tranaforma-
tion" and quUklv nava htm back
.if Joy of llvtm :--
"Up to a month asjo. 1 had
ullAiiid continually from kt Inny
disoriter. aclatioa, rheumatism,
ami 1 anrally felt off-i nlour.
1 waa coiuitartlr ttred. I uid
Hiutiy ri(>dlna but without nir-.t
until 1 Kva Krus.li"ii Halla a
trial. In foor weeks Kruacheo
has lirouirht about, a oompleta
transformatioD. I once morn feal
It is gu.d lo baallTa."S.V.M.
The kldnoya are the fillers of
UM h'liiian body If Ihay bei-ome
uln/i'inb, 1 iiiinn!lira st'ep Int'i the
bl."Hi stream and the seeil of
hklf-a-doien common ailments la
MWB
HUafj?.
recommended
Kl IM i* ideal for infant feedinglt'ia!-.vays
pure, safe anil uniformly nuuri.hin^. KI.IM *up
plies thr ini|nii.iiif in.nl cm iki.iK needed for
babies to grow strung and hcillliy. And KLIM U
readily digestedanother important feature.
^ AbilM ill. Kl IM in Ji/'i n.lM, il UUI allll'IU-
ing that so many Moihcrs prefer UI
1. KLIM is pure, safe milk
2. KLIM keeps without rafriqeratloH
3. KLIM quality Is always a-1 form
4. KLIM IS ecellent for growing children
5. KLIM adds nourithm.i.. to cooked dishes
&
KLIM IS IICOMMINDID 'OB INFANT FICDINGI
7. KLIM Is safe l> Me specially-packed fla
8. KLIM Is produced uader strictest control
nt.fic
u in
ix kill
at
i. iied
' '. .i
Tha <
nntana also ar tinn
BvaUfi, eorka
:.lv Ail lmi>sirlllaa and
tolaori'.ui wast* ara raeulailv
i Baa allmaiiU vanUli -lift
ea.iimi-1 j.iv aaain.
hiBtrlal yourarir Tot
.....trial yours
nan *_* '">" 11 CUaaa
IwLilVI Mft Mil Lam
hi'upiii.....imiuoiiDOiii


JAZZIER 1AZZ

:
beep
EXIT SHOWtKi?
j^ HIR MIIKH VK-
"hat nolidavm.i"
a iwtte' fhtintt 1 sun
ll*V tOOK Umt Oft II Si ;
ins'rad ol
No* there e^:n- i'- oe . .
ease lot alter-nit 'he F.i .-
nolldav so thai u alwevs labs
in April
Over trie lu" 4J Man
weather ni i ead u impn i
until il i* no* one ot ITH
meat mmnn- mef i
E. I.. Haakr rrDOriA
Tlie average April no* na>.
some sunshine on 21 of iu 13
w B I i ,
invention ol
drum' luaranu

repeatedly and wi-i preciaion."
The drummer ol DM
fc win gb*j
ii 'lie Iiiikoi.
n
t-in ol rmdm
a rei and elect-ei matci-
rattle . o-ition against ih<
drum-K ii
GOOD NiGHT
+ luMM
I.
..

irrenl u
3a.:Ifh-(! 03 ^4
IADVOCATE
1 CHRISTMAS CARD
a
s | COMPETITION
i-.
i\ li'imiH p\K\m:
New York. Aug. Z, >
,-live thousand Atiuti-
t-an Imioim n* I
.ions fifth .ivenue In thr MfVsel
noment >f tha thirty foul lh
nntial coavention. TiW parndd
. i* exported to last 12 hOMTg. |
. of N-*'
Vorken Unod the vngnuc from.
I S. .(.'tit. ..11(1
The Kan i deleffi I
iho prtta marcher Dwight
llaenliiiwi-r wl..... I i
mn nuon < terdpy at MaVtU-
'iii s-iii.iic <..i.ii-n.
ANOTHEK SHINING
Holder of the all-lime American Automobile Aitociation record with
8 major racing victories in 1951, TONY IITTINHAUSIN lavti
Cheiviico
There's always a clean hygienic
fragrance in every room svhere
this S-M-O-O-T-H Paste
cleanser i* used. Pots, Pans.
andTilcs.Sinks. and Paintwork
respond quickly to its ircai-
meol there's not a scratch
in a mountain oi Chemico.
Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
In 24 Hours
ria pear alaap. bawauaa an Amarlfa
leaS hea faeao-rere". e aeMk. aa.v
- f la aed thaaa Iraabtaa
ThU flLaevrarr la In pla*aani. aa..
...-tifce tablet lorm- la abeoiui.
1 . rreaaaa. eee mnr artt* iajl v
.loajail la br1nfnf naw ro*ita a.
, s9m |s taooaausda. ft rorka dlra- .
aa tha fUnda and nar*aa. and pu"
.-. rlth blood and anarr Mjf*
. -loa. In II houra yau rn a-- end tf
^ dfMlt aattlna vouna-r Teef JTaa
-parfela. roo laal alla and Hill '
i .utbrol vigour and power.
ad. It hat baen p*oafl '
I and ta no* "Full-firing CHAMPIONS
deliver the full power
you need to win races"
I :*-
Tuet BaaAVvou'faal full of vlo
'erer aed tnrn It i* w raB i
r or rev Baeratr return -
kage ad gal xur anonr ba'V
VI-TAB ooeU Iltlla. aed the auar-
irei Meaheed -d VJfef.r,
By equipping ttia->r ton with
dependable rrompioni.
men fcnow Us*, -'" oet the loit ounce o( power owl ol
every drop a< f*l.
If yovVe not aelting all the power you're paying U
eee your Champ.on dealer. Whole .er make of
row own. a new Ml of lull-firirm
Chompion Spark fluoi will deli*er the
full power built into your engine.
First o* lahd. m iu. in t M r -
Ttllo v...I [h 'Advocate' is running
.1 Christines Cud ('" iiprtitioii, thr-
results m( which trill bsi published in
the Christmas numbu.
Competiton simuld 'i*te Um f<>niw-
Ing point
The tnmpoUtifm is open Xu all read-
i i of the 'Advocate' and cards can
DO '.I U | i :iii|i: .
Cards can bo made by any process
- -painting, drawing, photographic.
etc
A competitor can enter any num-
ber of cards, but all cards must be
niii'.iiial work.
Preference will be given to cards
with a Barbadian or West Indian
IT and to novelty cards.
The judging will be done by a
enmitUe which will ln>
" Editor, Their decision will
be flnsJ
Prtsea will be as fodows: First
$40 00; Second $2000; Third$10 00.
and iwo c-iiisoljfion prizes of $5.00
each.
A sslection "f ihe cards will be dis-
playett .it the 'Advocate' Stationery
IM latex ;l the Barbados Museum.
The closing date for the competi-
tion || 4.00 p in. on October 31st; but
competitors C4tn itart sending in their
now. *J
All cards should be addressed to
the Bdlt TI e Advocate, Bl
town.
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WEDNESDAY. AIT.I'ST IT. IMi
CLASSIFIED ADS.
klcphonc 2J(x
IN MKMORIAM
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CAREERBe trained u a Newi
Keexwtcr or Feature Writer O.
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MUNEY Ulg ca.h
Sri I Pw-
anrutl (iiininiai Cards Spanlih Greeting'.
n tor II W Name impelnt.d Sample.
Bya*. AIM 30 heaullful l>o aai '
mri.M Write Air Mall CYPSt
CAHIIK CO : W Union SI ItuBiilo.
i; 1 3* 1 IS-IS..
toil SAU
AUTOMOTIVE
"* f ' * aR-aday* Mot..,
VK BVUbMB fcl..,, l;,,,-|leiit eea.gl-
in", awatrdrtvrn. *tncon!- IJM"FfllIa#.
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VOIIIUS ion True*, .ith aii.ilL.ry
K .C _Mo"l ' ewt Van* and
- I P. Two and Four Door Minor.
"1*. All iratn Mock now
waiting fort Royal Oarage Lid
' FT> CARR A
-. r t" i
ir.lVml I
I K HrM
.ilabk from Ma;
f bargain, including
J.tln AW. Vau*h.i1l
iaragr Dial 4*lg
SS I U -Si,
Bl'NGAl/>W At Pn-pecl SI
I Bedroome. drawing; and Olntni

>!. garage ai.d
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nbrie.1 '"I " IMh
DH-rn'l-r Itmm- M4 between 4 > and
MB 33-3*
BLBCTUCAL
MIBUCAN E1*.TBIT nrxp FMtZE;
Dm count, (or 4 month, un Owner h*.
' "-lr. Telephone n-em
irrTTtir niui.i PRBU
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bathing ,-, furUk
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n.ccllent M
l.irtlrular* A|>pl<
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ltali built I iN-oti-. in. Servants'
r BMS. IB I IS II
.. .
iitahi'l Hfl.lti. iuI-t Two bedroom,
Frnm Sept
- Do PhoM ;m aa- I"
,he4. SI
FLAT HOUSEFMUjr fi
Lawieixe on Sea Phone Shaw.
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^T.t\t .. "BfSy-e*. and
I -1 Phone T4R
Ml
LM* SUIS
REAI. ESTATE
lirNGAlOW Stane wall Bunfalow
tied -eANTA MASIA
|UMr '"'

VrArtW'MHl A UUYCK
71 M Ita.
CI^tlCMIKJN Hlat'k Bee* HI Muh I.
' *. i '
* acre of Land Laid mil far Stood
IblllttM
Apply i
or Heftldence
.. ran be arrwnaMd
Wal 4SM
>i a as Tn
ami .aw
Of thr li.l* El*..
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M.,li...l Uu
r Le>. deceaaM
r parcel of land wi]
b. Public CotnweUUoai M our
Slncl. on ItHsi S*li
SHlPPIls'G NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-AiiLso raos t\ sora
STENTOR and Ajeuit. ]*-/
I A 141m IStl
bl % HEStA Mth
I 1BV IRON U'AHI >uch a
el* ..
-d. to hlri BrtUeai Btan.i-
Enajuinea melted from
nolMleri MM] Government U*
paxunaeiu. etc lowest prtcei
(L.
AtiSA.it. ISM. at 1 |
Pot further paitirtilari appl) lo Mr
A W Harper. Lakea Polly
YFARWOOD a> BOVCB,
BOaVHon
BIB In

and light Inftnllod. I.SBO ft of lar TwredMde Hd (oinc rrnonable I
I II.MM *
l..nd ran l~ '..... '-
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(*h<\ inlet TrvirH In good working onlir
HrlreSkWSS Appl. Jo* St Hill fessl
I'm tM Agen' Twreoildr Road or Dial
wot n SS-in
Uh-i product! In African pro-
i BVport Co Bow isea. Dux-
Sotith Afrtra Cut IhU ed-

Bill ir
>. 8 NEMTOB IStti Srpter" -
SABJKo TO itaori
V > OSLANJESTAD Hh Scptaonn.. LHI
-MUM. Ill UIKIIIAI. PAKAMAHIRO
AMD BSUtUM UIIANA
. S BOMALnV BHb Auguat. IM)
S< S S1BH1UK Hh Saeajjintai. |U
! ailOMll TO TBINlnAR A ITS At .(
S BOflKUUI- 1711. A.|gU.<. ItM
ta.B HBKA ISlfa tlrnliMII i i il*i
| ft. MUSSON. SON A CO LTB
Agent.
Tbe M.V "L-AHIHlii
pt Caigu and paaaengeo far
Dominica. Antigua Mantaerrai
Aotu .a
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W I -i BOOMI 1 HMMkBo
ABSOCIAIION IM i
NEW -
ThVre NEWS
Pm grt)
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ivreil.
rted ho.
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Hrtdge
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L.rttbm fl"" i -.-nil*____
red by the Bavenlh Da* ,urmbt< and
lantinir on apprKlii.atel> B.OM u ft
2< mif ipatalrm prnprrlv nf flovem-
ii nt Hill. landing on approiirnaWI*
S.eSa >( a| .ml
31 One wall neoprrt> -t Civilian Rd ,
H-nk Hall, tending on one nnhth of
land
(4> One property '*tnne> it Water 8
r n cat -tending on J rood- of lead
Si 3 email properilee at King'. Village.
.d K-n.ington Nn. nm.il
Pa< particular" rontart K SandifoM
fprj Bt Dial 3T4 n tt .4.
rTTRN'iTUstE
*ln n,on. lied
3" perfr. i ,.n
>* "*n* Dr.k. w*n
Phtinr fall*
M g.SSBa
MVKSTOTK
Mn>i^
MORECAMBETh.
"Motecambe" WorU
Tbcilre. Bedroon
uprtalra I>iwnitalr
Dining Room.Hall. Z at
arL Toilet, large gar-gi
for particular*, apply:
treble ie.
I net to

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inagar. Empire
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IIUt'SBXKri'KH FMI'-^ lai

Baxter* Road
W
lady an-Mm Plan
^f book-keeping and praTMwa
taprriencr Am I I a'a Ac
MISCELLANEOUS
1H TRI'NK Phone
IM IPI.M MOTMTaK
NOTICE
...
a, i>ii 'i.i- i >>ul)i da
|
HORSES Throe, old thoroughbr. d
"', 1r,'uff* "*' hi Pink Plnw.r
aoUan rah-y by Gold Bridge :*
'- "-Id thoro,hbr-d Ally
?ull lllnom ex Fair
tm Unded Appl
ItM 3SJP
"i'1-.l 2
'
Aiaby bv pairwaj
POULTRY
MBCIUNKAL
s :iT;-r..rh.^rT^sr."a;
OSfSgB
4g|fl CourteiT
J
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;_IIPUEKT nNudln, TBACTf.R-
ruttei*. Hake. Loader*. : '
-harpener- at, n\*< t'l (
tiarage S M
nrail
two-*loreved ilonewall
In Centre Avenue
BJM I... mug
kltrhan
WnhLtNG'
fl-elllnghouae
STRATHCLYDB. Kt
i LOSS *quare fart
ii.li.g open and eloard vrraiidahi
. ond dining ro
Ith running wa
JBl ronvenlencri
intalled Oarage and Servant*' room
yard.
fnipertlon on application m Ml"
Park mean. Strathelyde Dial 3483
I- property will be art up for lale
public competition it oi.i ofSci
Street. Bndgatown. on rrlda
: Auguat lllpm
VtAllftl ii: A UOYCE,
BolMllora
it sass
ITJCTtON
Intlrurlkm* recalled I will Mil I
1 i \ IBtMl Mth nt Meaar* Chela
Oarage. Ilnfold St Ill IS4B 10 II
iniliiian Car (Damaged m iceirteni
Tern CASH Sak> at 3 p m
vwcent uRirrmi.
Ilniifir the Miimnni. HjMinrr
I have bean Inatructvd ijv the Innu.
cr CO to aall at Mr>. fnet Bos..
I Mlh Aug
,-t .t 3 n'rlock. On- Mnrrl* B .lighUi
lamnged in aecldent Alan One a-pa.
.....SM O-i'l". . Terp.. Cant Wi.p-. I
<>f .ale D"Aio A s
mini: H AS'KII s
ANTuirR*. t ran dn
thlna. old Jawri*. Sn,
'Maura Early bc-ik. m
-tc at norrlnar* AafMui
Rov.l Yacht Club.
1 W3I .In, I ,.
1 Riliei W-ter-
1-111 Autographs
' BbOg) mljuJIillid
3 15* U n
i .| .l"v
111 \m niuxt
Man i
> : '*'K fTONT 3ft.Jft.4fl Ml.-t
ir.lie at jo. ,.r nallv-ted contact
Tie Manager. Moiinl Rr-vHor Ptiintptlon
t J'l-i PI,,,.,, vi m.
34 S SI Jn
BeVBOAIHI i-oMBS To ckar lea
thouMMd aaaoited Comb. Comb* fr-
ail purp.-*. at Bmng-awa, prh-e I
i The Modem Dr... Shoppe
C. NOTICE
B8
NOTICE
takn
\
iii.tnlii.inn

Paaaagr Road., at the follow in..
hour* from now on permanently

I 4 p m to
S p n. Chrtel Palace
J N T CHATl^M

l.i Hi ! "i
. .rept linn,
iV*WWAV.W.V,v,'.
SEA VIEW CHEST
HASTINGS. BARBADOS
Dally and Longlrrm Katm
quolod (-i requeBt.
I'i ri-i..nr nt OB >
iW'l.Otll.
Unifier aDd CorsUll
Parties ir.mi.it
J. H lll'PKLAND
Proprietor.
CiREV AIR I.KTTKR
K1UMSReady (iummrd
SOLDERLENE For Rind-
ing ill MrUls
- .MSOMTI I ... It,ml,i,
Wood, China I i.
'I e,l il.l- we have ever how.. In
v ' ' and Straw .!-. M.,..
USf material* to match an>
" "odern m-eu BntlfHM
rt Itr.
* 3.,
rfa>U-rniBt BIIEXRRofl ...! aBayjaea
l-Ulv -It), i.rett. flower dealBTii 9B-
ide il ID and SI 3S yard at KIBTAI
i.MVAN17.rn Slirrr-t A llrr.lte,,
i1 .mtlty of tied qualitv Engli*h lalvan-
'" ^TU, " <, vert- low price*
ml 3eSS Auto Tree Co
MSB) 1 I n
siTtSCRIBB now to the Ball
T*l*g..ak. England-B leading Dally How,
nnp* now arriving In BarbadM b-r Air
only a few Baya attar pohllcatlon
londor. Contact lu gU. C/o. Advi.
rate Co.. Ltd Local RepieaanMUva
Tel 3l|g 'I'll t/V
MtSOVIJ.
r-,e public ure hereby warned 4.i,,m
ng credit to m) wife IJIJ.IAN
I vnpTR me.- JONBBi a. 1 do hot hold
i n.lble for her or an\one
laa lontractlng any debt o o>ht. In
name imleea b> a written order
<>l ivrit HAIU'KH.
Mldtllcto,,
St Oeora-
Tht public are hereby i
iMng credit to my .
MANDLBB u..e MINGS *
old mveif reapoi-iBible for 1
l*e contracting .,
!> name unleea b> a *
ANM |
IIOSE1 lllAMH.pl
m a at
-e public aie herctn> warned .igniii
.. credll to nt> wit. ENID A(JIT*T
(AVIS nee WORHKLI a. I do n.
it inyielf re- umalble for her or atvon
r conlracUns any debt o. debt. In n
. IBalBB. toy a wilHen order ng"
it trroN OHEAVES
..re taer.l). uained agaln.l
lg credit to ray v.ile III1J1A POHTI.
i-Hancisi aa a do not hold nyaelf
I Mil.ll THE SILVER
HAMMER
r'Utie". Maxwell. wIik-H tnclu-lr-
r- goixl ftquaie Tip Top Table Up
ght Chnlr- WiiUng Table. Kl- Ktatul
m Ijuip. Onuunriti Table. 1>. i
Hire, A IN ii.
' v Rnill-. iPerfe.t
I
I Hockcii
ieliM. Cop i hast i.i
rareran igood* Pine Sli gle HeiUlead.
artruBj ><>d ihep ship MoUrrMc*
. .in, ilcl I.I 'I ' i
Cai
i. Whll
PS
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PlaW: St.uM, I-Bui
iWlSWir I...U. K i.*v I'm
tod Table, and Chair*. Hooka
ray and olbcr lltttM of intcre*t
FURNITURE
AUCTION
-BBMBAM "
HEaUMIIHAM IIABU1
TO-il,%Y
recerve.1 11. -eirnct ion-
II O.ult,dr Tip
( I'llNI
Er-r-PJTTS M ll.led
"'HI'
VIEWING MOIIMNO 01 SAIX
Table-
Vatrlo,
,___lk De*k
T.,111..,, Ued.ld. TaBISS
I in MAHOG
AMY WESTIM.i'fM -f WT
liecelvrr igni-il tfWBlng il-r
Tubular Armchair. Small Arm-
. ,.ili. ***** A Tabl- lamp*,
varlou* Ivpeii CVwk fOIlt
Frame with Bin. raeA gnrt
rdM Haiigtne Murm A Folding
Table in ..im.d Oak. Dumb
W.lle. O.V., Shrfl Woodrr
FakMng Chair. Ca.-I Table A
lover. Limed Oak Che.1 of
[rawer. Dominican Ruit. ltd
Wardrobe. Clothe* Rat k pid
I Chanr*.
Wall Mlrmr. uak A Walnut
: :
single Mattmae. Walnut Drag*,.
iig T*' I- I M-oiiiiK rt,-,t.
I l""l I ..... linen

tLVRRIS()N LINE
OUR
Black Suedette
"BALLERINAS"
PRICF.D AT ONLY >.-.".
(H I U Mill FROM THE l '.. i l li KINGDOM T-
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l'inteen
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'op Taw vMoii
siove. 1 i i.mii.m ) Ovn.
1 b.n. i Mincer.
Ian.. Weightier Marhlne. l(-'rltf
.,.!.,- rontatner>. rieatrtr Iron
NEW WORLD- n. COM
ret.. ia-k*-.s n-.-irie feto**
A *lB,nii r-.r' -i.-. Alarm
l i lllcvcle
Table Tci.nl. Table Arrn Chair ft
C1 kDa Beet BMtfl
l*n i
Mower
Sbrart SI-la-lder. Watering
AICTIONEERS
3mUm V. Illeaalaa..
ft C
,*ii-.n. ifiin
I'liiii.I...... r.iniiiii...
i.lEHCHANT-
TRADBR"
1'iAierm-
NOVaUST'
I'AVr* Doe
BuM.
1711, Auf. SOI* Au.
alrcl Au. h S*pl
eh Spt 2181 Spl
I6lh Set*. 30th St*.
IIOMKH Mil, FOK THE UNITED KINGDOM
VmmI Kor OtaM IB
Bir..*.i
S. "BIOGRAPHER" .. ...London Mlh Au,
ror liinlu'r inlurmution nppl> to . .
DA COSTA & CO. LTD. Agents
irve
CIE6UTRANSATLANTIQUE
Sailiais froBa Soulhainplou to Gsadrluupe. Ma^rftiBMiur.
Barbados, Trinidad. Lb (iuilra. Camacav* a* Jsaaulra
From SnylhaBtpton
ArrivrB Barbados
*"DE GRASSE" .. .2nd Aug.. 19&2 . 3rd Sept., 1052 ;.
'Not railing at Guadeloupe
HAIUNG FROM BARBADOS TO i l null
From Barbsdss Axrhrs Southamplos
'COLOMBUr .. 24th Atlf, 1982 5th Sept., 1952 J
*"DE GRASSE" 16th Sept., 1952 20th Sept., 1952 9
Saiiiug dirsct t" SouthamptoD
i. m JONES % CO.. LTD.,Agents.
R B // VE IN STOCK
TKKRAZEO Msrble Chips
I 11 KM 11 Marble Finished SheeU
TRINIDAD Cedar Bo.nK
AI.l'HIMl'M CorniCBicd Shrrits
AH MINIUM Gatlerlns 18". 24".
GALVANISED Comas-ted SheeU
HARRED WTRF
T. HERBERT LTD.
Inoorporslfrd
1926
ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANS
--* -I. _-"--' ---\-^=...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
WIRELESS IIICO \IM VST LICENSES
i:i.l< Irtll \l IMI ItFEKENCE
1. The pubh. kg..... rtn that. In accoidance with the
praviaioriH ol Hip WltBJjBBl TfdBBTiiphj Act 1940 uml the Regulations
nude thereunder, it is DlBgal to .....ipeiatc wirsless aBpsratus of
ANY KIND (inrhiding RpdirTii.'iini Ludbpcukers) oi to stll or deliver
lea* api kU licence has rtrat been
oblained. Also (hat no such IrBfnci II valid unless all fees and sums
due in respect thereof how bsjBB
2. Holders of Ik)IOCS loi WIRKLESS BHOADCAST RECEIVIRS
reminded thai these licences explra on the Slat day of July and
are renewable during the month i
licences st tho Public Tip.thh> in
..( TEN SHILLINGS
3. The attention of the puhlii
Ad which makes it illegal tn lisp
iMiising electrical interfercini* wltl
4. Any LtMUli
ornmtnt Electric tliBptWtOT Qd>
Mridgetown.
AUGUST by presentation of the
Hie payment thereinto of the sum
i also Invited to Section 14 of the
.' | vehicle, apparatus, motor, etc
ireless reception.
vhould be addressed to the Gov-
Grant Building. Bolt on Lane,
24 8.522d
SONG RECITAL
JOHN ltll
Hilllik Galen* Tenar
AT
< OMHtKMlRI H M I
ON
lllNSSIlAV. HI 11**1 III R lain
ISM. M BBS p ea
\,..ui>pai.i.i t HAiitrn
DwiaalON:
Re*avv*d Baata SI M
t iticeeted
t*r
Hurricane
HINT
I'i, i .ml inn
N.. II)
AlU-r | \'- .,i inn:.
Mertli/e und (ill all avail-
able jugs. Iiottles. buck-
ets imi) other runtainers
with waler when a
warniiiL; in ni\en.
-,-. -. V/>VV.VeV/>W>0(i9AVeVeMl
Seven "lies of
I'M mis ii um nun in >
for jou l,i nlMl Irum price. rn(r from
$17,40 lo $46.76
THK I I \IH\i IMHOHII M
( nriur Broad A ludor Streets
^^xy-C00CB0BBBBB0lt9BBOr i ">BQQgB0
\v\Min
REPHESENTATIVE i- tinie representative
wanted for Canadiaji Lift? Ii irancaa Co, in Barbados.
Application in writing are nn ited which will be treated
in strict confidence. Applv: insurance I'nderwrirer".
c o Barbados Advocate. 26.851bn.
II1AHAM I.
KI.OWEI1ED 1 C-HEC'I
CHECK' C.IMIHAM
I IIFCK PLAID
TALI AN BORDI
KD TICK
PUN I.INEN
1 INKS
i .ii.". Bee
si ii Wc
11.00 75c
Be 70c.
tl 81. SI.U
. .1.19 il OS
. |1.M $1 SI
Suwoeafed u>t fr> '-ii*.' iheae Barooina
KiHi'tilVl. S9 Sanaa $4> atjB
iioms ii>n;
is the TIA>IE TO SAVEI
A $ in your pocket
Is very soon spent
But
a $ in the Savings
Bank
Earns
PER
CENT
MT'S EASY Tih SAVE AT THE
GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
IMUI.lt IMIIIHMA
KIIIIH.KTOVYX


WEDNESDA. AUGUST 27, 1952
IIAKH.UMJS ADVOCATE

HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
Mm
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FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD------ BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
j i
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FLASH GORDON
*Sk .....i '^y^
BY DAN BARRY
-j_,rfj T"C AUiTTe*-T?*N5.TTe THAT PlASm Ar.P MAffiA
] tTtPPEP INTO A MOWtNT Be*CE NOW Lif5 SmA*hCP
,_) and useiess.' but the machine mas done its vo*k '
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
V
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
Be kind to your face
Uhlmi in iv the love.*Mt CoU Cream lo clranv and
your oomp.ri.on onlcaa you also um Ihe jcnile-t of tmuea l*
Don't arw your oaiicate akin Irtcre'i no need. Pond' Mfl
Tlau* Hank** .ire to absorbent that they Mil uuicLtv -.oak up In*
.Tea.ro du*(. n ale make-up and all. And they never volljpw into
tomgy lillle piece*. They're unmg at *e.l as toft and ii-rheni
There are to many uica for ihete Titauea all Um note. everywlMm.
I *ed aa haokiea. they an totter than Cie finl cambric.
and aav* you hoan of waahinf and m>nm|. Dealroy
n one* you ha*e used Ihem
Get a packet today, and .oc, .1 lndy.
Vou will wonder how you awe* nunasrd with-
out Pondi Tiiaut Hankie*. At .ill (he beat
atom
OPT STRONG AHfOKHINT
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THE WISDOM OF FATHER BROWN
THE INCREDULITY OF FATHER BROWN
THE SECRET OF FATHER BROWN
THE SCANDAL OF FATHER BROWN
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BARBADOS ADVOC\TF
WEDNESDAY. Alt.I ST 27. ISM
1
Everton Weekes Completes 1,000 Runs
Makes 4,000 Runs
In Three Seasons
Robinson Vs
Turpin ?
Bv DENNIS HART
LONDON.'Aug. 20.
Oeorge (iamford. manager of
.D-ld-mtddlr-welght champion
By HOY MAKSHAI.I.
PRID1 -.his week's report
l I August 16niul BO lo Everton V.
The brilliant Barbados end We* Indie; Test l.atun.n
ntury ol the .season on Saturday.ea.ris |Xn0 i^d^, ^moir
and in ihe process became ihe firs. professional E%8ifi!iJlJF!&
i iw to complete 1.000 runs ior the er Robirwon want* lo have
'l quick-fire US r0i 0U1 which included tliirti h>*.t with British champion
ht his total aggregate for the past three seasons Randolph Turpin
Out for a Record
*

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lessskaa*)


standine h<:i
I I I I \. ClM
In a 1" '

Ott took S (or
hi ]\ but
29 he was
: I
I \HlTON WIT.KES
Koiuid The
Soccer Clubs
\. Kisi.tnn
by 24 runs.

i : 1 121 after 2 hour;
Sohortl. Rlshton".-
ii in peal
[th the ball and claimed
. nine wickets for
. Itcl FUi 11
II OUt fQt
1 Marshall
ook I
i 1 ancushlra League
i
j Naylerwbo
i
nut* As
Iclffle, '<"!
|B ] hour* and lV#
the \ssary run*
.-.., batted Art and "with ihe Wue^acfcchteT
it for 8 declared. >'*, *' "'' ? q""
opened for ti
for once the West
Writing .. the American box-
inn magazine -The Rinsj", Gain-
fi.rd say* "Jock Solomons, the
London promoter, for whom Kay
fnught the first time, hats never
'Mother proposition The
ton th;it Rjbinson refuses Rand\
again is not founded on fnet.
Robinson would welcome a
proposition for this engagement."
Ilul when I spoke lo Solomons
about this 24 hours after his re-
turn from tiie U.S. I-
that he mode an offer to Gain-
ford a> far back as last February'
Since then he had been in 0QB-
ftsct with him by transatlantic
telephone, but had been met with
evasive answers such o> -Roiiii.-
.*on was going to retire." or
* Robinson was Koing to fight -
.i Imhi l
What does Robinson him-clf
sitv on the retirement
fHirstii.N Whan he left a New
i I'M'ital last week after a
remodelling and patching up job
on scar Mamies over hi*
legncv of hi* two fights against
Turpin the middle-weight
champion said "I intend to take
a long rest, probably until the
winter. But I want to light again.
I've no Intention of announcing
my retirement." ,
Operations
Rv IIENKV ROSE
Laaktaa
Can Newcastle United Na- ^obinft~
lions raise the flags of himland.
i .-land, and I,,D"
Chile fee third luceeseiva tune
complet, -
! Nay lor hit 2R fours in
Hoard exhibition of fore-
,ig and when Radclifie had
19*3 Worrell had .mode
not out.
i rili v. CromaJon
pet of pulling off
i
another
set back at Werneth where the
' the better
a me The match it-
Ramadhto'i
highest sroro In LeoRuc cricket
These operations were con-
ducted by Robinson's personal
uhvsieinn. Dr. Vincent Nardiello.
Nardiello said that whilst
was on the operating
s decided to carry out
further operation, the removal
... an obstruction to Robinson's
' Wpibk-y breathing and Ihe straightening
better to a*k lhnthc Th,B nWesilule3
mun who knows h!s way Mind- ... .rrv
folded to the royal *W " "the o'peratlon the doctor
r>;. the Yorkshiremon ^ ..fo,.owlnj. ,hl, unirk , .
face, Robinson will have to rest
. i rum: "We mu have I" '" ' '" month..-
.>. So much depends on
the draw but wc sum must have
other crack at Rob-
Brltaln at any rate
seasonat Tottenham, are extremely .flight.
Swansea and Portsmouth. Re- Tricre la I seemingly impassable
lid It? MumblliiK block money. For
Simpson (Scot); Bobby r.ainford soys that he wants Rob-
Atwell tEngli-"hl, Alf Mc.Mle- Inson's share of the gate tri> be
heel (If Ml) J'1*' Harvey 1P0.000 dollars (approx. 165.000)
Prank Bmrnan With the entertainment lax In
(Soon Ted Robiea.. (Clv.lean); Britain rising lo 32 per cent at
Tommy Walker (Scot); Billy the end of August, such a purse
Foulkc (Welsh); Jackio Mil- is prohibitive.
George Hobledo
Mitchell
(Scot 1
1U.IUT *r*.vi _
!;,kr off .i thin! .f the
srotTSVAy or mi: wekk:
~BRIAN CLOSE
IX)NDON.
KtW yoUOg cricketers achieve in their tirst season of
;irst class cricket auch greatness as did Brian Close.
This young Yorkshireman standing weli over six feet
and powerfully built, came into prominence in 1949 when,
at the age of 18, he completed the cricketers' "double" of
1.000 runs and 100 wickets.
He was selected to piay for ocT-splnners with conrudentbU-
England against New Zealand In success
Test, and so became th': As a batsman he relies more
to repre- upon aggression than solid de-
sent his country. This was before fence for his success, but his
ne had won Ins county cap. m-thods pay dividend*. His big
Me was then selected for ihe hands ensure close-lo-the-wicket
MCC tour of Australia, under the ilelding of a high order.
captaincy of F. R. Brown, and The first part of his career has
i. the secona Test match, already pasaed. His unsuccess-
H--t there are limit* even to the ful Teat appearance in Australii
...,...b:l.4ic of the greatest crick- is forgotten. The new Briar
i Close, at 18. was not Close is a more mature player
ufrlciently mature to stand the And, barring accidents, he will
i in ol nearly 12 months of soon be back In the England side
ontinuous cricket. His form fell and making a regular position
*way badly. He made only one for himself for many year_ '>
run in his two Test innings and come. '
But despite Gainford's an-
nouncements, despite Robinson'*
announcement, and despite the
Rareey modestly glosses over ^^^T^^^l^l'l.
through three away games in a "
ARGENTINIAN long-distance
,.vim:net Antonio Abertondo. A3,
prepares to drop a bottle flying the
flags of the U. S. and Argentina as
he treads water near tha Statue of
Liberty in New York harbor. Tha
visitor Is ujing the Baltery-to-
Coney l-land swim os a warm-up
for his attempt to cover a 230-mile
stretch on the MississluDi River.
the series.
Almost a forgotten man. he re-
, i >m to England and was swaj-
srad up by military duties.
This season, his service com-
pleted, he re-entered county
! kss] with a big query hanging
over his head. Could he repro-
duce his early form or was his
career finished almost before it
had begun''
The answer came soon enough,
l-ast week Close became the
tirst player Ihis season to com-
plete once more the 1.000 run&
and 100 wickets double.
Near Miss
By only the narrowest morgii
OOUld he have missed selection
tor the final Test against India.
The decision of the England se-
lectors to play another batsman.
Wnlson. Instead of an all-roundei
was influenced by the limitation:
of the tourists.
Had the Australians been ilv
v.slton, England could have ill-
afforded to enter the field without
player like Close.
Thus the stage Is set for his
big come-back next summer. TV
Australians will be the visitors
>nd the door is open for . tirst
.! all-rounder.
His value to any side as .
howler alone Is two-fold. He can
open the attack with medlum-
peced swingers and, once the
thine has been removed from
the ball, he enn and does turn io
N0RNIN6COUGKS
Den'l *: monvlnt nd night coujh-
WI. inssSa of BreiwhllL Sff APllima
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Stlthout Irylna HI
HlfOlilTI* ....- "
rrvMni I a* bronchia
Mtaj
Inlr.._
tbas'aMluna~so.rT baf^sii aat
ln.mrdls.Uty lo r*mov. .hick, .Ik-.
piu^ui, rhua iii.tni( ronajnlnc nd
prnmuilria fr**r brrihin -''J ';"
r.tr..r.inr alsea '>" &*..UAiU
frcm rear ohnnin li0 VukU <"-
U-tlon or mrny MM f aaraiUMO.
Pains in Back.
Nervous, Rheumatic!
Wroaf foodi and drinks, worrr
sswsiWk >*! rrsqiioat eo*dt>rnn pi
a stnla on u.. iian.y. and Ktdn*.
aae Bkaddar TTfjabiw ih* Irur
MtaM f BBWMa Acidity, qalllr.fl'
rTlffcu. Bornlny Paaua.i !- Halm
MarsVMMM, filum.... s*ol>n An
Even an outdoor promotion at-
,. he wai bowtaA ';urii. (EnHh
,ot46el ";hlnl' n"b"> -..... trmclln. 50.000 people could not
., k,,i 5 5 mm,;,- with IhOM loVwrd bl.Ue, which .til. flh I. o,, cpen,ve
? ,Xm,I ol.,; a ti. ",; ;H, cn.1 "i pnxluce 1wo.lhrec.ond .ome- bunnen. There i> Ihe rent .(
Z, S.diJoni IlJ-J '"" low Pll "i live mlnuten. Ihe Madlum. Durmml o referee.
...r,..... '.ill IC .1 m-l.--man..er Sl.n Sey- and other ofnea].. ,,dvertlsl,..
M.r. ,u, ,... it I, how and of courM purjj. for other
. ...i I tot Ihe 1" chop clown seven lop-nolcher .ontelant on Ihe hill.
*.,,,, ob nrc bclnB made lo ;., a remilatlon sire forward line In a lop class promotion ant
'live. of Ihe ^pporlln,, bouU are be-
Kor ih fJdiUM to lluil Wcm- Hveen men of championship class.
i,l, v .,";,,,. 'I. i, ;u It. t li.ni,v iiivl Iliey lid not llkht for peanut-.
nd t;,or(tc Hannah. And on top of everything, there
I; v...iil.i he -impl, if each had would be the little- matter of a
not his own special brand of frefl for Mr. Turpin No doubt
Soecei liom M Ibiirn*. .'ie would want some payment
i shooting to the bland for his trouble
.... ...
| t.neland.
%<
Surrey SsA Up
Post-NNar UMrril
nipnndcnl
II
I.ONIXJN, Aug. 26.
I today by
1047 with
it up a pow
hi b] winning Ihll
th championship game in
tha aaaeoo.
The previous best was
x won
!i .M.tii t.unc with Middle-
sex was drawn M Lord's where
his second eentuiy
tnur.
>t iii.r.i.nu.i'
Surrey Beat ll.imp*hlrr by Sin
W irkcta
Hampshne '303 and ISO.
304 for
clared and 151 for 4.
Siishcx Beat GLimorgan By 47
Rusm
!b!l and H
.........,
George ("It
done with minors") Hannah.
Conjurer Seymour will run
i Op to now there
I dent profes*i<-i to
.lafT |ust over two of them.
There are oi.lv three go.d-
k., i-T .md one t-( ihem, Tomm>
when Mldoleton b among the players
L.K.S.
Natonnl Service. That
leaves Ron Simpson (nw.iiuiig
his 7. call-upi Wttll 18
Jack Thompson :is stand-In for
Ihe first team.
(i (A. Fagg 118 not out).
Middlesex and Indians lirrw
Indians .. 28!) and 2n
for 0 declared.
Middlesex 25f> and '.!
tot (W, Barkth i2: .) B
HI).
H'mirk and Vorkxhlre l)rrv%
w.H-wi.k 337 and US Hn!l_^
nl In, '. .i, clared.
Yorkshire 104 sod IM
da-
I ureaahdn Brat N.>rthamplon Itv :'. Wleke'a I^iee-Uer .>-.l Horeestrmhlrc ll.t <-
pahlrg 333 foi Worcestershire 319 am
; i. ii i ^-11) for 8 declared
341 for 8 UkestSl 349 and 100
i | :.'(.; (oi I <; Edi fa
71 qo| ,it. N'o'U and Soaaerset Drew
Kent Real Kmrx By Four WkkeU Somerset 43'
Btsex ii" for '!'- daclared.
i .md 104 for slghl deelari Nom
English Soccer
Results
LONDON. Aug. 26.
Results of soccer games ployed
in the I'nited Kingdom English
League. Division I: Blackpool 1.
Prston North End 1. Wolver-
hamuton Wanderers 3, Bolton
Wanderers 1. Division II: Hull
City 1, West Ham United
lA'icester Cilv 6. Fulham 1. Shef-
field 1'nitcd 1. Everton 0. Division
111. Southern: Queens Park Rang-
ers 2. Worford 2. Division III.
Northern Barrow I, Stoekport
Countv 0 Bradford 2. Rochdale 1
Halifax Town 3. Hartlepouh
2. Mansfield Town 2
Gateshead 0. Port Vale 'L Work-
ington 0. Wrccham 2, Bradford
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