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PAGE IK.III BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 IMI /' Sixth Series Of Intermediate Cricket Matches Opened Batsmen, Bowlers Share Honours THE SIXTH SERIES in the Intermediate Cricket '"""• "' ?>,,,.;„,.,. matches opened fan Katuiiliiy with One cricket and hard p, ve ,i mo „ ILS ^ajorf^Ponv" wickets Hmiours a^ain Wtn evenly divided between irmngar nua pawed the threebatsman and bowler. figure mart in an tuning*. Three In the mutch between Y.M.PC. and Windward at \%!*,}?J?£"??£* iS^t Y.M.P.C. Beckles Road, Y M.P.C. oecupyin* .he wicket i^n,emS!t„ !" ?"", T??kV.! drat, scored 74 runs In their !lrl innings with the top score morr certain than that he Umrigar Gets Johnson Scores 136 Another 100 Against Wanderers "1IM. \ %  M %  I r'am.4*r Wiiki*, r,..^MirtHeII | .:.'. %  :. %  II W1KBWAMD ir MKINai Thornton b Rurkr E\rlyn run out AUlnwr, Ibw b Pntlf) llurkc fmrm-r r Kins 1. K lirankrII I m ll...,kc. I } POrter ill OrwtUd> I — 4 %  M %  ..-, i. ,. v KMTMM AT RANK HAM. pn K*KK t-i wtraipi I'rownt, I. Ilulaon i • %  Ifncr 1 ll*t, inntw b Ai Kidney r •wt> Taylor %  b Ameer W(U t •Urt-lc b Aon MMr c IS*. Taylor, b ska*** lilX'-iXIfr lb* Jl ".Htf".' i iat.r b flkrrlr l-jMn r h I r of 21 being made by opening batsman B. Hoyo* K Thornton und RFarm had good spells of bowling an . .id of them took four wicke: for 10 and seven runs repecWindward haw rriihr. with 120 runs thus givinx mil %  elves a Ufa. innings lead. Chief scorers were E. Evelyn 41 and H. Farmer 28. R. Austin bowled 12 ovtn atvi three balls, four maidens 10 run.md look four of the W.ndwiuu % %  'iiket! At Bank Hall. Pickwick In their first venture at the %  • h .•cored 131 runs with M. Lashle\ topscorlng with 45 runs. Tlit next best score Of 28 runs Ufa knocked up by O, Moore *\ i ii iiuniber *ven in 1 %  Ladling order. K Bowling for Empire. Sk Eric Amory took three wickets for IS runs. K. HUM. V Skeete and N. S fa I took two wickets ai I .ii the end of play had IOM Bva artckata rat 65 nat Taylor who opened Ha I Bourne scored 22 Mi caught off the bowling of <) „ Lash ley who has taken live for N m nine overs. Halped by %  breezy 69 by left o handed batsman N Wood A tan batting fir?* against Conibermere .it Combernieie kmI ed up 14K run-. The wicket was easy. i>ui BOOM of tha bi' found difficulty in playing j against the bowling of R. BnUlb er who took five of the wicke* E Bar M nmg in IS overs and foi I %  Mia. At the end of plaj schoolboys had lost live of then ,. wickets for 63 runs. Wanderers did w< 11 to sen." 241 runs m theit l.rit inninc %  against Mental Hospit.il g< ill.. rack in Baturda) B Lmlnner 'J who went at Bumbar i bat ting order for Wanderers was % %  and at close of play Com had collected 86 n>< it wlckrtv, %  roUecUng u At Wmiiw.iiii ivhar 7 s ham and enabled another foui poinu to be added to the small total previously collected. Len MunccT, Glamorgan's all rounder became the fourth play•r to complete the double toteam mfl Wanderer* Uw day when he claimed Iwo Wor241 out of which Johnson colLede-i cester second innings wicketa. |30. and M I Clarke captured '• But Glamorgan aren't celeh/f 42 Ai the cloaa Wandereibrallng, for fine bowling by *iad •cored 22 without loss. iVoroaatari Tamil i in amataui v atP.I a>M paBtnJ ai Caotrai Ken Lobban who took iOx formatting first Y.M.PC. collected THE SIXTH SERIES ..f ^id Division games not tindei way last Saturday. There waa one century recorded in this diviaiun by H. Johnaon of Windward who scored 136 against Wanderers. Bui bowling figures were returned by Mr. A. E. Sealy of Conibermere School who captured seven of Foundation's wickets for 35 runs. Next best were those of M. L Clarke of Wanderers who took six for 41' aiiaiiLst Windward. not out. NorvlUe 17. Jones 21. J. %  load 2 for 21). Pickwick's 1st innings: -122 for 7 it. Wood 59; Lewis 4 for 311. l.uniUUsa vs. Cusabermerr U rasandaUoR Foundation's lat tnn ngs:— (Mr. Si-nnger 24. Jooea 23. Carter 10) Mr .Sealy 7 for 35. Callender 2 for 20). Combermere's 1st Innings.—80 for 8 (Mr. Hughes 25, Simm 18, Wood 13. Warner 3 for King 2 for 14). At the Oval where PtekwWk entertained Empire. Empire score I 184 for seven declared. Bedtlci n^ade 36 undefeated and Maynnd 3V So EM I iva 1*01*11 122 for seven; C. Wood scored 59. Small scores prevailed In th<: MW1JNO ANAHSI. fi—'-l SIS •Utretr :. 1 II iNrm i-,r I*SIMI Taylor e B Or UnUa b O LMr< Bourn* < N GrrttiMlfr I. O. Uihkv lUntip b O laaahlrt •Unllh lt>b O t.iaf>hk>f Ctath* not au\ PrMC-d b O Uwltirv Amor* net out ... F.slr. 51 seefl them on the road to de\ feat. StOKEBOAKU— l.Umorian versus Worcester Worcester 235 ana IS3 for eight declared. Glamorgan 117 (laobban 0 for 51) and 25 for one. Sasaex versus Derfcy Sussex 216 and > *" i> tllllrr. Mallhvwi r( 1 Wilkinson Ch..w (I Mr Glmi W"M b Wllhuiwxi M -n-i W ssas, b Middlesex 125 and 11*7 (I>snls Compton 71). Lines for no wicket. Heat versa Kent for four. Yorkshire fn.elghl declared 181, Hutton 120). flrsaeeater versus Northanta NorthanLs . 324 and for one. Gloucester 1 for seven declared. Mania, versa* Indlaaa Hants. 256 and 5 for one. Indians .. 357 il'mriear I6B not out! Notta versus Warwick Warwirk 361 for *ev deetated nnd 70 for one wle* Notts 366 • Pimpson 200V 201. Goddard contributing 68. Maiidevllle 45. When play ended Central had ncored 40 for 3. Hindd undefeated with 17. In the College vs. I^ee-ward rnatrh. College were all out for 72, Griffith contributing 46 Uv [uat managed to top College's score by scoring 16 Batting again College have scored 2 for no Hi.k'i At Liodge, Erdiaton have gained .1 flnrt innings lead over Lodw l/xlgc baiting first scored "1 runs Uie top score being 14 by C Dean*. F'r Erdiston C. Cuffles look tbraa wickets for 13 runs. Erdision in their Ins, nninu tcoraO 91 runs. C. Norjrove lopwored with 23 When s'ump: were drawn I-odge had *>niiL| tuns for Uie lo*s. of one wickdaW SCOt EH: Plekwlek vs. Kaastre at the Otal EmpireN lat Innings:—164 for 7 leel'd. (Maynard SS, Heckles 36 3 for 27. C. Denne I for 23). Wanderers vs. Windward at Windward Windward** 1" innings —24 III. Johnson 13b. Straughan 2( Rev. Simmons 22; M. I. Clarke 6 for 42). Wanderer's lat innings. 13 without loaa. Y.rJW-C. VS. Central at Central Y.M.P.C.'s 1st innings.203 (Goddard 68. Mandevillc 48, Edghill 34. Burke 20; Andrew* 1 for 59, King 2 for 38). Central's 1st innings:— 40 fe 3' Hinds 17 noi out; Branckcr 2 tor 19). College vs. Leeward at Leeward College 1st innings:—72 (G Ath 48) and 2 for no wicket. Leeward 1st innings—86 (Griiiith 4 for 25. Batson 3 for 22). BrgUatan vs. Ledge at Ledge Lodge 1st innings:— 71 (C Pesvne 14, L. St. 111)1 11, C. Cuffle S for 13. C. Hoachford 2 for 7, J lilackman 2 for 4) and 9 for the loss of 1 wicket Rrdbtton 1st innings:—92 (C. Nnrtirove 23. C. Cuff ley 21; Walker K..M.1. Mriif.nl ci Mr s.i.iih b BrsArr Skimtn not 0U1 C",n„brrt-lrh CI WUHIfUon I ll-,,nkf>f btmM Ib-i I, Leg Brra 4 ,..!.. 1 I M. \". \l .-I8 lapse w.is due mainly lo lonn steady and c.fver bowling by the left arm Regiment -pinner R. Walls who look lh, %  <{ r %  wicket* for 16 runs In 11 tfrmt %  lad two balls. Re had the Cartion batsmci m two mlnri.v ., i (i i nr y %aere Wtiellie, tbev ihould ram the WaCkaf or stay m the crease and lie on the .1 Clarke medium t" fast also had n good upe'l anil ended up wiih an analysl* of l? oven, four maidens. 18 run*, (hree wickets. 1,. Brathw.iite and .1. Br.ilhwalte took on eswh At the md of play Regimen; had collected 115 runfor the loss of one wicket with the.r dinner A. Ihnuiel undefeolel with 67 run* and O, HeckV.15. The bMsmi.n nut was R Kit ton who scored eight. YM.P.C. V WINDWARDS T M 1l — 1ST INKING* M Sesl S 1 lOaMRMIK — 1ST INMKCiJ C lnnl** b SPartis H li.-ik.i tn W K ChM b e wid i N Phliilpa b C Wood in QJaagew in sut l C VI Baal} b CtsnlMrbairh 0 M Wilklnioci nol out l" Las •• loi.l fur a ma. %  BOWLING ANALIBIS OUR' s Pants ... I N MMUorS 4 1 11 aon.i BOWL1NO AHAtvan %  :>. SSwniWHi M t,nfi smHK i .irlfi rorda <;rimih "e-iy roiifl — It Klnch l S,l* b Itf.nk C Wood N Wool H SMIIB IBS %  MVNTAL MOsm *l AT BLACK BOCK WiBSirrn — I Ir.t In-i.n '. Ssata mt Allour Crtrr I'm In •on b Thorp* l M.xrr. b Wilt.liiir i. asunaar c Burro-" b KJ Krov.rbb ttrar Uirrii not out Robtraaoi. c A b Chor I'n.MiM b Csrlifr l'*llnoi. Ibw. b Todd Ksai-aAcld not out Xslrai It Morris c KnUJhl b Arcr-i i(inflMh not not %  Si tram Toiai nor I aassa CASLTON REGIMENT i v l i ..-. ~. 1ST INNINGS I llulchlnaon h Brxh*. >iur Msrihall t Rralhwjuie b Wtl V IStKkr r A b H..lh-.ll. I. Matthews nlpd Hihimirl. b Wal<< (. II a Mint: tpd iwfi l.bmMli b U .it. 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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER I, 1W BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBBE U.S. Scientist To Study W.I. Maize Trials Carried Out For Merits Of Varieties PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 1. INVESTIGATIONS on maize and maize cultivation %  It going on in several islands—Antigua. Jamaica. Puerto Rico St. Vincent to mention a few. In St. Vincent experiments were made in crossing local types with Jamaican vanetie*. In Jamaica trials were earned out to determine Ihe relative merits of three varieties grown in Jamaica in different localities. Puerto Rico was als-i uilerealed in ^creasing the yield of native corn by selection and hybridisation --..\. SI IMII.IIIWIIII VIKIN SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC U MV UU.ria Vlai.a I m SpM *.. a. •> i %  ..., Tin* 3.IM in. H.IIHT,I..( from Trmutid OB Coala A OS l Sen Al L-.I. M Una UtriN I. iilllwit*. from St LWM, ,-on-tn.d I, %  •ehoourf Owner. 1 AunrUli.xi as Weiefcanl (.Ml inn.. Mciri Slaughter from l-> ,*.. %  %  "IV S Innn Ulrr 1 Tlrtd Amth'Mil S*h ' M Tannla. S3 TannU from Trinidad mn M tot Si Vine**! He*. rr*nii t - sou its V Saaumll PICTURE above .howrn one of tb Trans Canada Airll %  .•Lock Dead Super Coi.stelIstS.eonThe Company ha> order^- ihrouah th* .ntermediary of the inai AndviMin • rasa lii.l... II.I .\. a .M N. 1-aimirhM-l A ..hrahani A. Cwttl (umbeibNtm I H-.I.. K KH.han kau, j. KI ...all A It A Ulft %  H .... K Seoii i, s,.,ti I tnusrt, it SKuan, K Ral I Kln lm > O Hun). < II.,.., • %  • %  > r U~IH liaUnl >i , •V Beta lliiaa.i ZahaUn. Kahalmi raatiaaav, tmtmmn, tkmhn i Thefts Reported usually done. He said that in case of fli person should dial 0? rial tad A flfc-toii airliner, the Supc i %  "ii'-tc*iiat!on hai n take-on i centres of imlustry. He wait of the opinion that from a technical and industrial *tnnrkooint, Trinidad showed greaat promise. Four thefU involving over F cv TO HKI) Among the pgacaj S20O were reported to the POifca EASY WJ^^ p<1 ^ the" Carth U vict> it Is SB i^wnp'is MONTREAL. Auicnst 26. * TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES has otsftrtd Uw ndciitinnnl 1/A-kheed Super Cnnstellations. hrinifirw tn i. H J*" eight the number of aircraft of this type u Urt, ,i bv the atur airline for servic %  on international rOUt£ it w.i.s innoUDO 1 t't'lny by the etimpany's president, (1 R MOGrCflOr. % %  w %  The first Super Constellation will he delivere.l Utl iTttomT'ti". in 195.1, with all eiht aircraft slaietl for setviee to Euro] e '"*V" ,n j J and the Caribbean by mid-1954. Tins will peimit tie company to increase its passenger capariiv h\ appro) ,., 1,,-M.a^ai""."" mately 150', on the North Atlantic with FWpei Const* lions, and 37'. domestically on North American sjarvfci K .' H M,'. with the release of North Star aircraft presentlv asslenrd to international routes r-iictorv the w *"'** lt of iSS.ooo pounds, approx• tvtlt^i* B inuitt.ly 53.(H)0 itotiiKN more tban *n>un^.4i .|,_ M.^41, vt„Ti,„ %  „,,. ^^.^-.H Ituitdiitg llrohvti Ami Kntvrvd I ... -I I .rM—Sill •l|IU i Mn.iplai.il r> tlun i .>. C John . %  -I i Blreh.fi "itrli Talialan. Ba) D M>ni|iUi>II %  at TrlnlSa* *Hh Aail W li.iaari.wm II (irinitl < C.k.n. a v imi/ pn>perty of Albert Wooding of Cheapslde. St. Michael, w a l Holm from Wooding-a raaidence j;;^^ ^ Ifio^rnake, gttop ^ i..imetirai' between Tuesday and "J" rv ;,_,, _,.„. hP do*s or Dcpartmen Sunday. P ffi *t&l7tiSr fFT^ ,Q "* P—*"**'* P'* HBliaT pMI ,„ M.-Creg.., StieH J. Ph...,. lirl John Hackett of Pine T ? T^L 2? ^^ The Government Analyst of non-stop Montreal-l-mdon. with 1 ^g M% '1 RfTrf" Pbntation St. Michael, reported p^ stripe ResUurant also carTrinidad Dr. Oreaves*. Is an Old fuel rmafor yet anothe, 650 it ., P pcurs that a partition bt,.', r ;'„' u ^'i^ that a fountain pen valued 0 rie !" ?,,ST This ResUurant prolarr'snnlan and it v^x, >nterestrollear W.lh th.< p-iw,-, and raaam ... Bag **?** *a stolen f rom Uie motor car JJdg, i?nchrs and leas for (!> _ note. Mr.Carrr* aeh.iel said, the Super Constellation is capable Advocate Co. Lid. and the offleS j OVER the week-end tonU Hi it in trans-Atlantic ser,, .,. l( vw K .-i P able to enter I ie ^-';'" A h '"' ^ capable of currying uj bulI(lin|[ „f the Lynch Trust Co plus baggage pn „, n MeC.rewi.i SI...-1 M—433 while it was parked in members of the force. Shepherd Street. Citv. on Sunday. Twenty-nine dollars was stolf nnrt ChitrtYffl en from Jamr-s Ucori'h of White L^OU IjIMtrgtH HiU. Ucorish told the IV that the money was P. l.yncli was broke his shirt pocket while he m asleep at the George Wasliingtoi Club, Hillaby. St. Andrew, be tween 10.00 p.m. on Saturda; and 4.00 a.m. on Sunday. that three of the (our Qovern. ,>f eirvUtlg the fwrth. ia<>pi>ing ..f \i ment Analysts In t fie British n \ y 5< V en times to refutl West Indies were Old HarrisonOne of the world's largest and The breaking wag dig lans. fnstapsrt transport*, the Super ( %  %  %  %  '""ing and the Poll* ;• The Trinidad Government I^bs ,eii tf Uofi is 18 fc-l l..nge, than oratory, he concluded. was much IriC prWrnt Constellation, measurikenXn With Wounding ; WJ. ft* W*—"5!*.5 t PiU" Stuart of Fairfleld. St. c h a rged by Case Adjourned The case lo which Louise Leon .rf Cheapsidc. St. Michael. .. 24 including %  aOeputy nnd Wltll Assistant Government. Analyst. •ing span of 123 feet police with Michael, reported that four fowl* ^undmg Oscar Walkes of Kenvalued 35.48 were stolen from 4 ( n gt 0 n New Road with a broken his enclosed yard between 3.00 ^yp wa adjourned by Hi* am and 7.00 a.m on Saturday. Worship Mr G B. Griffllh, ActInjured In Fall From Bicycle Mle.1 .1. The. ....tigaling the matter. war. J gsssuasst cruisalng speed of 340 miles per lirmr will enable the aircraft to My t*c difttlMM bsHwgatU Mciilri.. 1 und London in 11)1 Ikoun I. employing exl to isft. nrate gre;iter [tower thniugli turlutic Installations, the four new Wright "compound" ein:r Venture, deliver 3.150 h.p. each. The ii,_ tf^*^BtX''rtf"rnstrict st John wa mjure-d whec ho uiri-raft is structurally designed to ". ^ m sSSS2r 1 ,0 from hi "Icyclaai whk* he U8MB turlxt-propello, power ptanu 32 ,s ssttasr ,he <— •-• s — '-"••" Omcr Griffllh ol Coodluid. WTjIkcs told the Court thai whi „,„, St Michael. •.. Uker, to th. KT wa. at a danc. ; on _Au.^ M. .^fj^ ,'^ d ^ l w f :.'""' """' bu '" %  """• laTome Tomorrow '.. "the embankmeiu .a ,i fell. The front fork. h*F*jJ lamp nnrl Membcm of the L %  heel Of the bicyclewere damuttundvd the Coi)fwrenc< Detained In Hospital %  disagreement arose General Hospital sclous condition on morning and detained. Griffith, a pedestrian, was inbroken b#| !" !" \^J£S? volved In an acrident with a his chin with It lie then ropor.Mcycle ridden by .Alexander cd the m atter to ,h>ro i.ee. Miehle." f Gar, fti TROJAN UNDER REPAIRS In/ant's Inxqueet Fixed For Sept. 3 West Indian Uarruters in Trundud an cxiKitcu lo return horn-' lo-morn.w. Those WHO ttie* Conference were Mi .1 I T. sBranrkei. Mr U II L. Ward ,.:.. i Mr. h W Ban-uw. longing to Messrs. Da CosU !" *,hr eiductnr will gin Co. Ltd.. has been hauled up for Pj !" nd three cents major rcp-urs which should have ieen carried < Many of the timbers I-ABOURER FINED 201Scalcy. allu Courtno lubount of Hall. Road. Til* inquest coi^.Tnlnn the thrco death ol Monokn Irnthraitc. a t th. 19-monui-old infar-t of IIOIIK hanje. ^oad. SI Michael. ms flMd yoMlohad. KM fined 20 by II A conductor laid yelterday tli.t. erday hy Ilia Worsl ap. Mr. E. A. Worship Mr G. B. Grimth in 1 been carried out since May u „.„„ ,„„, by ^ ,,„,. , vLr)d p„||„. Cr...i.T of Di.tr.cl ,J month-. Impri.n. J h " ,hr "' "" u re,d ? and .*• ,or WM "<^*'>'September m< J jt W||h hnld ]nbour or ,„,, taken out and replan-J by nev. making uen change, the person J i,rlwfiil nosscMloti of a quantlmbtn. and Ihe bottom Kill be „ mU „.„ ,„„ f„r„ ,el, for BmhKalte . taaken to Ujo Stv Teor^nca! which he mi .craped and minor repairs r,ture .reasons. Ceneral lloapitol era Aujut '">' !" ''",^„„7 r lri hlw sire.-, effected. He .aid lhal If he ve him four sufTerlnn *rom burn, on her •" rT >^ n ",.,,?" 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Iill I BABBADOS ADVOCATE BAF^^tA ADVOCATE Hmlli September 2. IS52 I III I I It AIM IN ilie Barbados Estimate I9U -i supplies tnd current %  -. .it $76,505. In addition $1,076,780 were estimated for subsidisation of foodstuffs The estimated cut of eontroli and nibaidlM during iiie current year totals $1.153.28.1. Jn A Fiscal S'irvrv ..i U.irbados, I'mI thai %  '.; will be out of ihe question to maintain commodity sub.sidies for min-!i lorujH or. anything approachinR their present seal ...id th.it the sooner they can be replaced by :.. lass costly to Government the better." The voters of Barbados 're entitled to expect that in face of this expert opinion tnment is already making plans to abolish subsidies. But the time seem* ripe for asking whether the government would not be justified in abolishing controls altogether. o( an islanj like Barbadoa n pi* M exports sugar i>\IM>A II IB It ntkM ihu umui.i. %  Hi Krirrlr* l§M\lrr action o* • mtwd rm. an hot** rcwti: in Dor• ,.,.,., ^ a „— ,„ ^^ Ths 1 am Chef is J poet, an artist. n-ch. arUcb DMHI aaal %  • or thai a hotse and cart mig!t d**assBB". The waiters are coura lorut sTaj frum london. As rV e Intend to travel south. Uen l tnc Pslacs, of San* Souci. I at had risen for the long | navr ; vmr **-,,(.„ can do 90 1< >s a brave man who dines there rives*, it b-T.rn.fl in i per.. live iot rniles an hour on a good road if 'thuut chaiudna; into a dinnei Baxter faaiMj to dwi.le no-one U looking. U would be 1**. l the wines are the I .i would go for a holiday fun to open, the throttle and let PJf**** progflny uf Use sun ami and the debate ranged over a her rip. But 1 had not allowed ln arrstpc. de territory. at we call lorries and which "Will it Kain 7 The natural tendency of BritNorth American.. caU trucks. On Only one shadow darkens the Ishers is to get off Oie island and ihc morning of our departure it Drightnesa of this paradise. k adventure on the Crnt.nent seemed that every lorry In ln#> Gleneagles is set between two but Mr. Butler, our Chancellor land nad decided to go North, langes nf hills and when BH >f Ihe Exchequer, is not In faTUam after time we would poke clouds hang low there la ratal. It .our of that He decided that CM 'he BOM of our car out. with she u the one topic of conversation would be the limit that any of absurd Idea of passing them. but among the golfers. The last word could take if we crossed the •" we did was to gain a hundred spoken at night Is "Will It rain %  0 and then settle down tomorrow"* The only answer Is the behind .some mor.lorries. Finally we got behind one thai was lightly larger truyi a house and The economy is comparatively g4m_ and Its by-products to pay tor most of its visible imports. It balances its apparent .idvi rac balance of trade by tourism, interests on uivt-tmenU overneas, remittances, and by attracting new capital from overseas. Before devaluation in 1949 liarbadoa was RuffcnnK from a control system worked out in London nrYrl applicable to all colonies or non-self-governing posseaaions of the British Crown. The denials of Sir Stafford Cripps which led to the refusal by the Financi.il Secretary of Barbados of the time to allow importers ;he full quotas of currency they requested for buying forward, cosi this island hundreds of thousands of dollars when sterling was finally devalued (despite Sir Stafford's denials). Many Instances were quoted at the time i I rising cost., of living in Barbados which were dircctlv attributable to the tact that British goods were more expensive than yoods obtainable in North America. Petty official obstructions such as refusal t > sanction the release of dollars for much needed hotel equipment obtainable in Canada were experienced by private individuals who for some reason or other byEassed the official channel of obtaining ard currency. After devaluation the British Government bowed gracefully to the storm of Canadian governmental protest and two instalments of the trade liberalization plan have since been tried, and found wanting To-day the United Kibgdom has completely reversed the trading position which existed it) Barbados durinu the war and which lasted until 1947. In 1948 and ever since Barbadian imports from Canada have drt>pped while imports from the United Kingdom which represented 26\8'; of the total Import trade in 1947 (as compared with 35'; from Canada) had risen t<> 46.6'i In 1950 (as compared with 14.5.J irum Canada). Only directives from Whitehall which were accepted by the government of Barbados could have been responsible for such n violent change in trade. But whereas the change in the direction of the Barbados import trade in the years between devaluation and March 1952 were acceptable on the logical grounds that the serious depreciation o' Harbadian currency eonseqaaaii on the devaluation of ii! did make bnlii-l. prices nnall. cheaper than North American (although l>\ i in means necessarily cheap in relation to JSaibadian currency) the edict of March 1952 reducing sterling allocations for purchasing of goods from Europe could only benefit the axporters of the United Kingdom at the expense of the consumers in Barbados Controls such as these which prove harmful to the economy of the island cannot be welcomed by anyone who puts tin interests of the Barbadian consumer before the interests Q| the United Kingdom. But while controls such as these damthej economy of Barbados directly there stems from the system of controls many indirect evils which though known and "experienced by individuals do not re ccive adequate attention from those* responsible for applying controls. Buying and ltuln£ whim once was a matter for arrangement between importers and exporters now involves many transactions which include buying of unused quotas to some firms, and the allocation of larger quotas to some lirms than they intend CO take up lully. Controls keep the big firms large and make it impossible for the young energetic and competent businessmen to develop their energies and bring down prices through competition. Importers will not tower rates from exportbecauM any profits accruing to them %  result are earmarked for the Comp trailers Adjustment account Controls, quotas, currency restrictions these three are eaUnfl into the tibreof Barbadian initiative and i-n.erprise and have brought its trade and commerce under control of .a deportment of government, thereby adding to the general cost of living. The consumei ol Barbadoa wbi posed to benefit from subsidies and controls is In fact not only paying through customs duties ;ind similar taxation the coat of the control department and ttw of suhsein n addition having to pay 'more for imports than he would if controls were abolished. This la the (hunt that hfj to be understood. When it is. there can he no doubt that the v, I >f controls and subsidies will be swept away bv pressure of public opinion. the better. Limel u proposition which h. iti .I.KI> deterrent effect ex,t for those pal.vnt toulw;i" • Aillin* to travel In a coach n a specially conducted tour. My sou and daughter solved r pseblan foy receiving an .'i tat loo from a French family Brittany. However, It did hing to solve the problem of •vile and myself. Thon Madam took the sltua' i ln hand. "Let's motor to | • %  it.d" she said "You are always arguing with the Scots avtf Home Rule, or the Stone of Destiny, or whether Ihe Queen %  hall DO caller! Elizabeth tbS .rul—Why nut go and Scots in their own ssstdBI ill. your father's people fi-'im Stifling, and my Mother was descended from the V Beth .Hid the M* I plashing founts ii: in the courtyard. It was drizzling when we left stayed there until we' "nocked off n / xt '" morm nf bul hwvy "clouds" M bUmford for lunch. We had 1 87 miles In four hours on the open road, which .•.lightly better than In the old (naching days, which progressing. converging. However. hook them off and soon we had entered the land ol magic — thai !ht H1 S nl a n ds ' Scotland. Is there In' """ .ill the world such a feast of colM was pleasant Inn. whs ou ^, — old Bnd *"*" nd purple' an old Ometerv opposite In a u 1 '' \ ne T,. 1 ravished by lovely rhurehyard. and we th lr beauty Mountain stream* were served with that English """ on ,hrlr w y. white billow.p..,4Hi>— tirrd thicken I don't ,n tlouda flirt with the noon know what makrs rhlekens %m •'* sun; black-faced sheep nibble %  ii In England. They look and the grass with complete disdain lagtsj like rather tender weed. ••>' the paving par, the lonely Ru' On chrrae w* food, which cottnge snuggles against the billino winder, brcanae we bad side. iii-l p.-.*.d throuih tho undent bloody battles have been fought town of SUIton. | n the Highlands. We passed CulTluit night, having shaken oft loden field where cruel Cumberthe lorries, we m*de good time rand xtained the name of England. 'fmcMt. und told h ir dilemma. Now. that was a lain so David b tha in fUb*e forct wluch refuses to i sjnl •• even the ezutence of r immovable mass. "You will come to Dornoch,' u\ i-ave everything to n.c" Hour by hour. trucli"i> him on the telephone. Road maps arrived with everything iiiinerlitntl. outlmiil and overned. A double room would be /ultlng for us >>t such and such ID hetol ui Bo rough n bridge on lira! nigh I of our journey re still arguing the mat* ,"* U P ]" v,, '> f r W* P-*sed Barniotkburn which when I ran Into Sir David no .**' *"*" %  % %  h f a ver> mi Still spreads Its magic upon manfaon. who Is the Tory MR f"' \'"\ ,, f '" t ow 'J9 m n *L!""'nd. But there is no magic in the Sr^id^ir^z^K ssr w hlfh arv hard %  %  *! ZaXttZB S? Irs/SS V-' • newer, in the w.r. ing verv much l>ettor in Scot ow rr^ round Uie door. Nt land" said inv wife. They underW ta "'* hard in the Highlands sHind f.-xl better north of the but I suspect that the Scot is proud Bordtl of %  nd w "' not dissemble. The:.' In bed that nlghi I read Oscar •" hardly a cottage in the AuMna.i l)e Profundiii" but even Alps that is not lu-tered with It seemed to hove kwl its flavour lowers, but the Highland leM Now. let ua put away our livea In granite and takes on its grumblings and admit that motorunyielding character. Ing across the Yorkshire Moors. Yet they are pmudlv courteous .,~ nl with Mie Scots, in fact it Is im possible to do anything else, but K i rhftre he and his wife were tayitig. All we had to do was to .it the car out of our garage und ., : ir. a) Leedoaj to ihe North. liy that time 1 |nu %  >( BO mot I ortance tflan, an innocent i>ertator in %  gangster raid. All Bad passed from my i" ihis Celtii combination %  f Uaedd and my wifi %  nvevor, vintu i.ii' of possible %  in'ing out to Mrs Baxter that t ill forms of trans port nl ion, i.nid n hort distance motorU %  most dis.,mrccuble. At Top ul Scotland" A ship U a travelling luxury HOI, .HI aeroplane i* Uuli but MI ulaies distance, raids totflM ana can rttMji tin..ugh UM rolling the outside tragedy of the Highlands Pae %  eneratlon after cenerallon, the '•Mm, III. ii aeeklnc a largerj Hfe. have gone away across the! seas. They have herome husbands and fathers In every! country In the world whllr thr lrls Uiry weald have married work In the mills and dream of the children they will never have. In the long wars ^gainst En_-.ncl tho Scots died In their there Is magic la the very word thousands and tens of thousands "Scotland." I n the wars ngainst Napoleon, the Is there any country whose sons Kaiser and Hitlerthey sent the train hmvr hppn awarded no little at flower of their manhood to be J uu home and have given so much to CU | down bv the cruel scythe of irld? One does not battle. v. ny not take an expect gratitude from Russia, yet There are old people, there are II uglil lcvpvi 1 uked, "Wo even the Bolsheviks might reyoung women and there ore chiluid be in Dornoch befoie member that Scots soldiers fought dren in the Highlands, but the .in i. And anyway what do you for Ivan She Terrible In the loth young men are few .iow about Dornoch? In all Century and helped him to put | rs-,— h ie.-e yean h.ivc been mardown u-altors at home and enerw,rnorh ir.hln.-,i !" ,,i 1 have never known you to mies abroad. There were four ^JSSJl^SSS rC^S any longing lor Dornoch. Scots at the Court of Peter the 5^5* sS^^SiTg I do not believe (bat C;reat who did so much to c.viliw. fgnSB -1 !" iT^ZJ av S! nek i. pi.it %  "li's right .it The lup of Scolchc Ihc %  '"MuKOViUIh.. one of ,hrm """ %  ""' <^ m ,**?*" wu called "Father of Russian w ater and the hotel i, a foil ....._,. ......... .. rf ani> ther, named eourae which touches perfecting r,"" 1 "^ *','f' ."; '. ,"'". Rruc" had a street nained after nd humble, the vanity of wan. ..-tiled Ihe matter. II it had been "'"". ji" w David Hobertton has u out on 1 the bottom ol Scotland, or In "',[ ',", omlc | pa „. W e are still the link, at nine In the mornln. mi,!,.-, or on either sid.. Y k „ „|, nouah h e lorries and rwhe. tn oft ln hi. car in he would no doubt have beet ||u| ,„,, artd and the %  ftemoon to see a roarln. illinil lo dlsrusa the matter. But ^ ^ r jj Joln(1 con! |Ment 50 caUract of water with salmon .. wu right at the top. there ml N m h(|ur M we mako ( oi tha leaping in Ihe air determined to nothing more to be said. Border. We pas. Carlylc's birththwart the anonof the falls. Or an Wednesday morning. p|aM whlch |,_ o( murse. ndicuhe will take us lo the Highland B-r car was b.ukcd out of the lou why not stop and have a Games or the big sheep sale. At Tn ge. gorged with jictrul and loot, at the house that ushered into night he wears tho kilt and leap, i suitcases to last the world trial cantankerous Into the air with barbaric cries i im montbt, I have never genius who broadened the horius he dances the reel* UMrtialood the mystery uf ,„ n of the human mind. That. We are so far north that It is ..Mien cloth.-*. When worn, however, is the curse of motor, elmoat the land of the midnight BDMr to weigh a few Ing. you surrender your soul to sun. Daylight last, until nearly Minces, bul when packed for the Internal combustion engine eleven o'clock at night when ,. | tain up u much and become %  slave of speed. England Is in darkness at eight, ., grand piano and weigh What Is the hurry' S^" 1 !" The clouds are as white and full %  n-.-s nor can wall. So can Sir DavM a „ c -„„, ublc t^,, p,, nU ^ h m However, there is an .ndoubtRobertson. Yet we hurl ourselves m it forgot to take them away. I exhilaration about iking to past Carlyle. having seen no or, Sunday we wmX to cnurcn he open road. II brings back Ihe more than a sign telling us mat nnd hcjrd doul!hlJ xrmm by days ol Ihe Stag,Coach, when no was born there. h Minister. Today on the goU i, ll.-rput in at a wayside t.retna Gretl course, still clad in clerical garb, in frr a merry meal served bv The same thing happened at the he cured my wire", slice and Ii > beaming host with pretty Scottish Border Here was going to partner her in Saturday's Hilda llultrring about, and good Oretna Green, that wyde shrine two ball foursomes Nest Sunday ash it down. This dedicated to runaway marriage. „ 1MC wm lie n0 ,, >nd w(1 There was a neat sign on a white wlrn us ag lri o( lhe „.„ ,„ mcn ,, shed, marked "Man-Inge parlour hpnrt,, Hnd trM nePrt lo hve a clMll or words to that effect, nut did .. |||( „j mK j,, (,f ( we pauseA. a IJ">; Well, that Is 'all I have to tell 1 should have got eut and married Thcn „ „„„„,.„! lfnl my wife again, dc.plte the fact ncan „ ,„ £t I. there vuw£&£ 5fe -^ :-eCrm?„rd"w'uT,r': That BUM wo put up at the IO ll >'" Highlands with Us yellow luxurloui. Cleneasles Hotel which K>rsc utvd purple Ivoather. and I f Yorkshire and wen! s ow ned by the Nationalised w" hear again the enchantment furlhci. bul now I underBritish Hailwav-i It h.is two %  ( ihe Scuuish vol.v with its In the far off years, the ,, olf coupes and in the courtyard music .md %  ->—sjwa a vl %  rsunwn1 'MI i wn roads ihe,-,. | 4 a fountain sh-il sptashe" tativenessl tinisjHampttM that it wa dav and niht so that if tt is not And In my mind's eye I shall v ,v iriffli only. It never raining It sounds as If It is. *re the granite villasjtt, with their lo occur lo them that There are no tired chickens at memories, their grim courage, and ft-rrebody mfuhl want to return. Gleneagles and nt even the sugtheir solitude set In tne hilta. A-ill be. when we a Ion .md got on lb The tireut North R*ad t least out of LonGreat North he Great North Road! There inmlc la the words. The 11 had on it win Dfl their n-iuiuennK civilm • %  ;on I always wo;ith*'v stopped at the asss? Ilfrl. Our H. .MI i s Say : ti .liwm!r Thr >i/u< i :,tl Mhlah-H Mm To the Mitor. the AJrocolc. Sir. — Having resid in your 'Sunday Advocate' of a week .io. under the he.*dint "Harold Webstet. Pioneer of Weighl LlftttUJ," by Edwin Rogers. I feel :l my duly to point out a few Rogers. I-hysical CulUirist Chrlatjsn, tried to deter tne. but I could not see I am colou T> 'he Editc. The -4di-ocolo— blind — why hum.itt beings like s:R.—The fact that "Chrisunn" n-yiclf should be treated What I wroto about the than cattle, why they should be u Class convinces me that he deprived of that which was theirs (ietiiiis to 'M U mt aimnu, the SQUEEZED. How by right. As I am %  (,.• know what some of us are I am glad to art iha irvulution how does Mr. Pogsyrs get the 11•. %  ring? that has Ukcn plico in the menIdea that Mr. Webster is, UJ*. Having managed to escape the tality of the pisntorracy of this Pioneer of Weight Lifting when by whatever means Christian island. 1 am glad to see the grand long before Mr. Webster's time > to his unfortunate brothe change that has occurred in the there have been some very dlsBl ^ where you are. brother, lot of the agricw.-.ural labourer of languished persona'.itiea in thf iiggle. don't raise a hand this country. I ..m not *tt aatia. Uftlng same. as. N. Ovid (Bison) to I elp yourself, that's where Gr-J fled. What I want Ut see now is Albert Hunte George ^jofnen. to bo ihut r-oui eye proper guidance being given to i** 0 undewtand taught ti ht and all will be well." What him. It hurts my -*art to see him WelM in ostrich* This Is what he Calls being mnde n tool Where will it 'i .Ml end? Inarty yea-s ago Christian gave that same advice. It was a Ju > ;>d thing in?, /rom an ,, ^ Gotrl Bode, and several oUicrs who have done lot to keep Weight Lifting on the Map of Barbados, i I fought for th. downW1 "> %  <>• res.P^t to Mr. NO BIAS HERE 11% K I SMVTHIKS THIS article is prompted by the desire to correct go far as possible, the mistaken idea expressed in a letter publish-^ in tho Ad\nrjttm of August 27th. over the M^nature 'Mrs. American.' As a Canadian who has liv-d in Barbados for the past six years. I am under the impression that Americans in general are deservedly popular here, and I have certain ly never noticed any indication whatever to the contrary, in the local Press or elsewhere, and bias against them hi noticeably absent. Tne bit about Teenagers was not an expression of editorial opinion a 1 all. but rather .i swidlcated column from the pen of an dividual journalist in England, which was presumably thought to be of sufficient topical interest to warrant printing in the Advocate. J will admit I read it myself with some amusement. Having read the Advocate every day it has been.published since I have been here, I have come to have a considerable respect for the editorial policy consistently pursued, of keeping its columns open to all shades of opinion on controversial subjects, barring only matter that might be subversive, or offensive to the readers of a respectable family journal. One thing the people of any country are surely entitled to have their own Ideas about, should be the best methods of bringing up their own children, and on this subject the ideas of American and British people have certain differences, mainly in the discipline expected and the freedom of relf-expression allowed them before they become self-supporting and therefore independent. It is not my purpose here to argue that one sysiem is better than the olher. though I have had unusual opportunity to observe both at work, and the results thereof as demonstrated in the behaviour of the adult citizen under all manner of circumstances, in both peace and war. FREEDOM OF PRESS The essential point is that both Americans and British' regard complete freedom of the press as fundamental to their way of life, berty and happiness. And that means freedom to comment critically on things of which we disapprove, though it is of course best to nv :d being unnecessarily offensive to others when we 'riticise. In the oast forty years I have been in the United States frequently, sometfmes for ninths dt a stretch, and have read more articles than I like to think about that were violently anti-British in tone. I refer particularly to Ihe sort of vitriolic propaganda published in papers owned by such magnates of the press as the late William Randolph Hearst, or Colonel McCormick of Chicago. No reasonable person objects to fair criticism, courteously expressed, but I believe it can be accurately said that all British people and many Americans have w mdered at times what could be the real motive behind the lite-long efforts of these two men to promote r.ad feeling between their own country and Great Britain. In biographical bits about Colonel McCormick I have read that he went to school at Eton, and I sometimes, wonder If his experiences there had the effect of imbuing him with his strong anti British bias. The boys schools of which Eton is the largest and best known have a tendency to keep up old customs and traditions, some of which might well seem extremely odd to an American youngster, especially if his earlier life had not been calculated to prepare him for them. In plain words he might have a very tough time there until he adapted himself, which some might not manage to do at all. It could be a mistake of well-meaning parents to send a boy to such a school without suitable preparation beforehand. I count Americans among actffW of my best and oldest friends, and at times in the past have discussed with them the question of bringing up children. I know some of them have been concerned about the possible results to their own youngsters, of following the popular craze for crowdirtg the maximum amount of pleasure, and 'having a good time' into the years of adolescence. It is apparently based on the mistaken notion that after adolescence life will be grim and bleak and old age will come soon and be miserable. All parents are up against the fact that it is not practicable for them to set a standard ..f discipline and deportment for their own children, that differs very much from that set by the parents of the youngster's with whom their own associate in school or at play. BOARDING SCHOOLS %  fa Britain the great majority of parents who can afford it send their boys and girls to boarding schools. One advantage of the system is that all are treated alike and expected to conform to the standards of the school, and no nonsense about it. Some of my American friends have at first been opposed to the idea of turnim; their youngsters over to a boarding school, but iftcr trying to cope with the problems themselves for a time, have decided to give it a trial with happy results. In matters like this. Cannda is usuallv somewhere between the two countries and that applies I think to educating the young. By that I mean that Canadian youngsters have rather more freedom and less discipline at an early age than their British counterparts, and somewhat less freedom and more discipline than Americans. It seems worthy of note that tJ e n,'P about the big brown eyes and tiny mind, came from the pen of an American writer who enjoys a considerable popularity on both sides of the Atlantic. Mentally immature adolescents may be found in any country of course, and in these times the main difference between the American and his or her British counteruart is ptohably that the latter is kept at nome by currency restrictions. It is also true that at any time the British youth does not have so much pocket money, or the unrestricted use of the familv automobiles, and is therefore less devastating if only bv reason of having far less scope. I sincerely hope that 'Mrs. American* will TllbliAY SE PTrnhfBPl 1. \U1 -THE GOLDEN VOICE NV KSERY RECORD BOOK" tells tho storv vrrtk Songs and afufk on a gramophone record to help you read it In tho Btiok. &f .ADVOCATE STATIONERY •tprasf Ovrn Ware with Cavers In tare* SBM Sandwich Plates Frail Dlaa*s l usuu-d Bowh Coasters l^mowadr Caps Olssisas (both Dersratrd or Plata, Srrrw Cap Glass Jars <1 or 1 sal.) a s. I naldairr HaulrPITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 MOYGASHEL I did arth^d It Com.^^.rjcu. ; u,a,l.brr r forty JJ***-,S^l,""^", ^J, ,e St assured that the article to which she takes ." %  *—* .*** !" „Tli !" .te? tto SH-A. • •'" h *"HM t" ">'! exception should not be taken too srrlouslv. i In my feeble "W '"•'*-•' ~sv~ •-"'„„,,. .„,,„ lu „| y fi, aoM „, solemn .rotest 7 !" <?!,'. .iosery. It. m way tor the downe dark Banta Afric7n Cam And none shall aay me NAYHeaping,' Mr. Roam, .ig in this C" H. ROCK. gee this point, sugar MsM P a i a d l c. You, -Rockcrest", Olstin 11,!' PHYSICAL Ct'LTVRIST. but rather as just a piece of cood clean journalistic fun W all believe in freedom of speech and the press and so on, and it must work both ways if it is to work at all. DRESS LINENS Patterned & Plain These delightful materials! There is no fabric quite like MOYGASHEL. Our new shipment is a riot of colour and includes the 'hard to get* colours, and Black! • WHITE • BLACK S MARINA GREEN & OLD GOLD • NAVY • BISCUIT GOLD It POWDER BLUE Da Costa & Co., Ltd. JAMS! JAMS!! For TheCUMrM JAMS WITH J. R. BRKAI> Fit Jam iv iii Jam Apricot Jam Plum Jam I'satson Jam Aarhor Hun. i Custard Powa>r 4 oi., 8 os.. IS os. .In-i Arrived Prarl Bsrlry In tins Ice Cream Mis Van. and Smiw-lwrrv Flavour Frull Salad it cellophane Pks*. Cod lUcs In tlas 1'rrsh ri.in.ior-. S p-fciils Carrols— t9c. per lb Anrhor Cttsrsr '-•lb pkc 44c. CARR'S CAfftU Use first name la Bfernhs ANCHOR Use first name la Butter CIGARETTES CRAVEN A she Brst In Cla-srettes GOLD BRAID the first In Ram STOUT



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TCKDAV. SFrTEWBFR 2. IK! %  AftSAUOs .vinmAll. PACI I D.M.S. WILL VISIT TRINIDAD 'Sunavis* Loads Sugar IT IS mmOSBftOOD that Dr. J P. O'Mahonev. Director of Medical Services, will leave Barbados durum Ihe week for a len day • isit to Trinidad and during his absence Dr F. N Grannum. Medical Officer of Health, will act as Director. t Dr. O'Mahonev. amc > er things, will see at first hand the progress of lb" l* ., A shipment of 500 tons of picallowed £5 damages Kled pork I. espectcd to arrive ucl Rock i I the I m Barbados between October and Their Honours, the Judaa. o| UM December. A attain Court of Apiw-j|. Mr. Anyone desirous of obtaining H. A Vaughan and Mr A J. H. licences for the importation of Hanschcll. In giving lodgment the whole or part of the amount tor tS, Their Honoun should make application to the a derision or Mr. .1 It | Office of the Contn>ller ol Supivm IM>i Judga ol D in \ pin-, mi Iritei than 10 a.m. on (^va*ftih had ..u>. .%  i 10 Bad Tuesday. B epUi noer 9 showing nnpMuad aaalnal tha ivm rjabl the following: JudgeV decision. Quantity of neck bones, heads. Rock beat her wttfa I Stick ami short ribs, spare ribs, riblets, bit her on one of her lingers Ai ANTK.UA, Augu** S8. SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX peiwms were H.staesl dealt with at thi Qovir nrnu gw s.-vmna Bank yaatarrda) l l ' % %  '' %  This was noi a record numWi how*V the Advocate %  On tin HI Kx.ellei ,* will %  '• ru-i i the Vu The introduction ol ituthree i'n N %  I ounter t'> %  :. vim tha State Delhi d< pertinent, an I aartraant \ .• ..ml Ihe rw i ra J m ** u """ ,n '" A ( Ceaaall „.. clerk '"*" *" Sept. i ind Hi. a vested. iwala and "*e.lenc> will return en I k B*PaBwar list net b* i i £5 Damages Awarded ii i) :i" Leaner This while the %  I %  | llfM ihe clerk i the in irhme slmpl) limit witli .. iv machine tuple entry. 7 Ships Arrive Over H rt>k-i•• Uli. I IUIVU1, %  "".1 <~' ^.. ..1 HI 1 MM K 1 ,,Anns, tails, snouts, heada result, she had to seek medical ll """ ,. The customer leave* but %  i noon there is liM lha wm k< i l-isi' from •.i i %  ml udil carried out is fnol1..niiiThe S-S. Su'iarU arrived In Carlisle Bay on Saturday and has % %  BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBr been taking cargo of 1.100 tons, II "l )S %  •" of sugar for Montreal. I skins, butts, scalps, and fat back, aid, was treated at the General mimt "£?"* ho >" "*" '" afaahM Of this amount General Trad%  I for which firm offers have been Hospital; and detained ;.l Ihe K"? f T_ P _'!A' **B-*J*Z t 25z£ A mlr era are shipping 2"5 tons while received: Nel C.I.F. price per almshouse for ten weeks. Hi other shippei-s are Plantations Dr J P O'HAHONEV barrel of 200 pounds and per finger had to be lanced. Ltd. 200. Manning & Co.. l.:d 175 tierce of 350 pound*, exclusive She works as a domestic serHusaon Son ft Co.. Ltd. 200; Docooked take a greater amount of Of commission and source of supvant for 13.50 a week a! Costa a Co.. Ltd. 200 and Jones ,uel and the result is that this ply. unable to work during her Ue& Swan 50 tons too has been in short supply. — tention at ihe almshouse She The remaining Quantity for Fortunately the Schooner E r > \ ^^\^ M ^^ 1 ^ had .^ ^ UM ,oe "'^^ '''• shipment to eon/laf? 1 ^ "• %  Antta "1*S OVfT ,h wk Irani Canada mutt fi , *"" export crop ^m tons IO *nd from British Guiana bring!" m b J n '^Xate^e? fv a ,;,„„-,! In u cargo of charcoal and fir* veterinary ItSpSor y ;TBSth .and Animal Division. Department of i iD Cumpton' uiuier the At si Lucia undai %  Mattel and ins Tann '"": %  Tneii eari siste.1 ..f i MKI lb., It .eeds eoicvhons wK i|(um .,, ^ ^ „ en only be in ado on the authn. I t |( : . %  BW ags of tacoanuti Ti.r "Augiutus M T lithe accoiaitniit who Js ihe correction. WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING U.WAYS USE • a:% i; a in; ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED Mill IN Canada and SrfSO -, the Kingdom "Some of them trade* rmofi rhapt won't realist that you can't get more rmf nf a machine than (j mi' info If cargo of charcoal and fire ....t CHANGES CrTMV YrsU ^ a -V lh T^. per whart was AfrlcuMuin, Canada, stating that The Han)1aWn l.taff Mwhant bu y *" h dr*>pkeepers and retailtn . „ mc mcat has not MigL^t,^, arrived over \h~ \;k^end p : and p Kpnin tno,r S "PP" •• from or been packeu within a yesteiday change^ he' new. L ''"^" radium of 100 miles of a foot and During thp day ihe office of the RACK HORSES mouth disease infected area. Harbour ami Shipping Master Two race horses arrived over Importers should only lender was busy with the selection of the week-end by the Harrison when their principals can deftnseamen. Twenty-six of the old '"""r Mc-chani from England. itely execute orders placed, and number were re-emp|oved and nc ,s three-year-old bay ship during the time specifled. three new ones wer signed on. 'iUy Fluffy Rugglos" for Mr. Tenders must be submitted in The Mrrcharu which brought a J R Edwards and the other is a sealed env(l0|>es and marked: general cargo U expected to leave two-year bay (Illy "Ardena" for "Tender for Pickled Pork." for Trtnfclad on Wednesday Dr. A. L. Goddsrd. Yesterday was Ihe last day on The doctor now Joins the ranks which the office of the ControlON DOCK of racing owner S with his brothJcr of Supplies gave consldcrsThe Vene7u#ian?Wotoi Vessel crs John and Joe Goddard. on to th f !^ ,n ' ,l nfrs Gloria Maria 188 tons consigned KXCIRSIONISTV Ihe m .P rt l on ?* 500 long tons to Messrs. H M Jones Co., hs The halt tos drrS? eve,, "'f 0 "*" 1 ' r immedlalp hi been on dock for six weeks peopla who were sedate enough J!^K r f!!i in8 J Pne, L^ pa '? !" ; ,IU la Mclww r nt f nalnm 't > 8nExports and Imports Order overhaul by Messrs. Central ri ay t 0 1.x* for some cool pot Foundry Umitcd. She came oft outside the city, and on Sunday Another notice published at the on Saturday ,hcr.was a goodly number of Office of *he Controller of SupThe Gloria MarU expect* to excursionists at the Crane Beach plies states that the Governor. leturn to Venezuela on Thursday, from early until late in the in exercise of the powers conferDISORDKRI.Y evening. red on him by Section 3 (2) of Trafalgai Square is becoming n They carried refreshments and Ihe Exports and Import* (Replace of disorder once again and some enjoyed seabathing and lay f r ^ rt '? n, A J cl l9W n,sde ,ho this i* because of the relaxation irut off in the shade of the trees, following order: of the Police. 11 U regrettable that many The order may be cited as the The taxi drivers are again people however take the opporf x P" "Jd m Pj! r ** tlniport leaving their vehicles at all tunity to carry receptacles and U ?g M Ai ? ^_ l Trf'_Liil f m n, angles and outside the lagulai remove sand in vehicles. This an Am 1 p ^ on ,, ma l y ] ^2i K parking lot. One car linn up will allow the ms* to encroach "JJ. T SteS ?sh onS and behind the others until one in the still further and later spoil the 5J~ *T ""^ flsh on ons and line gets a "ealT and then he Leach. Some of the grape treea P wc *drives into the stand. During the are now stunted because of havThe order shall have effect day they are found washing ears ing their roots exposed through subject to the following provlIn the Square and the wash water Ihe removal of this quantity of sions: — running O.ar the street and down sand. (a) The order shall operate to the W.iarf edge. It is unsightly FEDERATION DEBATE oni y ,n "^P**! o* the type of and disorderly. TI K n, HIM ,,f AsMtnbl^ is fc" ood s sps-cilk-d in Article Pedesmnns too are not keei>ii 1K r heduled Io meet today and in th * ord* r w l>'ch to the "Pleaae Cross Unas-. Two keeping with the warning Iwued prod"^d in countrl. of these lanes lead from the f'>"t(>v Mr O. 11. Adams, Leader of exports take place path near the Buildings and from the'Government a few meetings The certificate or orisln of all the Cenotaph People are begin„ 0 „ ta expected that tha b£2*uS£ nafS shaTl ba ning to wander ove, the Square fcrBoU r portion of the day's sesSSuced by %  ie ^mpor^r or again and motorists travellliift on iion wi ll be spent on the discusconaUmee ""porter or ^^ ^^ j-^ the straight drive towards Con-on c | redemUon. ^ approval of thiFlnanc '' %  "• %  mtton have to be ^xlnnnely Many ol the other colonin Secretary musl be obtained prior and costs. careful not to collide with them, have already declared themselves to the importation ol any such Cummins said that the eon did Motorists themselves are not for or against Federation and goods where payment for such K into the land, but that at th.> keeping to the two lineg ol whilst in Barbados the Report goods Is to be made to the country time Greavcit did not [tall traffic from the centre of the has been accepted for discussion othoi lhah the country of origin lhat it had damaged any canes Square to the Junction ut Bridge ^is will be the full dress debate of the goods. He had paid him 2s. for the trrs Street and Constitutional! one is which leaden in many of the This Order was mad*.by tha paw /i) \/.s JUI nsa i/i/VA/y COMPLBTtB ConHtmction of the Ut market at Paynss lay ha< bsen completed *nd will soon he ready for one by the public. Tbe market which I* %  iin.ii-'ii on the left side of tha road opposite tat Method id Church, wan erect**! by the Vastly ol that parbh. MI>" arrival] (nan ntoldad, whii. M % %  • %  K\ Uaat* 1 UTtvad from St. 1 r %  vi ^^els are all conUu Bchoonai Ownan v iiion. The team hipa whlrh arrived were the "Akog Puritan" bram I .a" from Trinidad, tha s^ from lxtndan. v %  also from Trinidad. l and the "Merchant" t. Da Costa A Co Lid while iheil! "Sunsvti" tnci lh "puritan" are igncd to Ptantattoni Ltd.. and Roi ttl Thai U %  Pet OUR READERS SAY 8 ~ul< s Clim-lu-d In Pro^Hisl Marshal's Office Judgment Giwm For Greaves In >Cow Dispute travelling up Io Constitution it other coloniei were expecting to Governor on July 24. 1932 should be easy to keep on the left j^ 5 taaed in the Barbados and if it is intended to tum 'nto Legislature. Bridge Street then it should be „ easy to keep to the right. The dodging of cars from ona line to the other puts pedestrianol a disadvantage NFW CARLTON CLUB The opening of the new Carlton Club is scheduled to take placo on Monday 22nd when the members of the Club will be Host* to their friends.and well wishers. The C*Vyag firs: -tartrd by the HuWhJraXirV Brothera who acquired fmr nert1ii>n of HaOetts and started on a small scale. Later lhe> bought more of the land and then built a Pavilion which is reputed to be second only to Kensington The bulldlr.g was supervised-lay. Mr. Reynolr' Hutchinson witfl Mr. Itlades o. Messrs! D. M. Simpson in the background. The founding nf ihe Club is an .ncnievement [or ihe members ol CarltoA and. thcumany friends will join' In wishing them all success. FIREWOOD ARRIVES With the scarcity of nee In this Island during the last few weeks people have been compelled to resort to prevalent use of ground prrvi** '> %  These I J !> % %  properly Oddfc-Hows Return 11 unit Tomorrow Members of the Household of Ruth Lodge. G.U.O.OJ". who arrived from Trinidad on their annual visit to the branch lodge here will return home tomorrow morning. During their short stay in the iqjnny, they took part m a procession with the local branch from the Livesey Comet Lodge Room. Hay Street to the St. Marys Church where they altcndcd Divine Service on Sunday morning. ST. HAWS P\THO\AI. FESTIVAL \t:\T WOOL The St. Mary s Choir under their l.nder Mr. Bent ley Callender will randat ihe Anthem THE LGHD IS MY LIGHT AND MY SALVATION composed by Sgt. Archer 01 the Barbados Police Band, on Sunday night, the eve ol the J'atronal Festival of that Church The Fistival will continue until UM following Sunday The Rcvrt Layne. Vicar of St Silas and St Albans, will deliver the opening •ci-mon ll:nsi s Replaced In Flood Areas Since the 1M9 heavy rail which caused many of the houa of rhe Delamere and Halls Ruod areas to be washed away and destioyed, people have steadily replacing house* about this flood area. The land is privately owned land, and as house spots are In great demand, peoplej are sometimes forced to their houses to such areas. Over the week-end, a boarded! and shingled house has been moved to this area, und has been placed at the Junction of Halls Road and Tweedside Road. A shop| wai washed away from thi spot during the rain In I Meanwhile, the Housing Board are getting many applications foi house apots from people whoa* landlords have given them notice to quit. The Board are removing! quite a number ol hou ally from congealed areas, and allowing house spots to peooJe. but the number which apply 7c house-spots is great. Kighl sales were eflectesi Provost Marshal's Office i u,i vaar, n ahank with I MlOB disci"r,i %  %  I .i \ hikhest fum |>ald at one saw was $5.00(1 tat IM hag nf hind house at Brittona Huirhinson & Baii'icid as agent ior r. Kimt. I' tides were 2 roods. 26 S f land at Charnocks, C hi ist Church for which C. M Chiike or rhornburs Hill. Christ i >' : %  n 11 i %  < !." %  of Innd at Diamond Rmk. St Their Honours the Judges of Peter, sold to the I'oiochlal Ihe AxMal.inl Court of Appeal. Trtasurer of St PattrJ Mr. II. A. Vaughan and Mr. A J. Inombury Hill, aohl io Mi t t H. Hanschell. ycaterday agiv^l liilni.i ... aganl f,.t Joatph King with a decision of Mr. J. It. Edfor $4r!0.00; V280 quare feel of # of wards. Petty l>ebi Judge of Dl land with Dwelling house are wholly lrlcl E wno BW ) | K ,l "'"t '•" ittaobad it Ooodland,8t Mi.haci. from which i' c P n <1 "''' ve '' Of ROOK H-ill. St -old to It .1 (iiifllfh ..! (he wme Thr-m.is. %  gainsi Pomtroy Cun> DMrtel ror I.812; 2 rola 4 l/IO| p"",." %  •"*• l| l^ %  '"' pamnai with d Ills L : ''" %  , BtlHons Mill. M-M for *5.000 Io Cummin* COW brolraawu i .,,.., Hublhlnaon a Banfleld. May 2 ff^ffdj Jotal 0 h , ;i|tPtlts for T F KlllK 10 perches ut land ut tinI'-nn. St. Peter, sold to HuiWiirunn 4 Han Ik-Id as agent* for Charles E. Kdghill for 180.00; J.H70 square leet of lun.l id Wcsiinn % Road id to Will! >"i I Siiuiirhan for $170.00; and 3 ran day 21 porrhe*i at anarbourna, si John Cummin* r>ank VrtriXf ol Wilson Hill bl m ..I Ui"ie Mad iwrlsh l*>r S3.585.00. The t nut lha npraiaad value fl 5.12 and 4.5t yd Also I II*. I K I S (I SIMONS — AI — Cave Shepherd & Co.. L(<1. HI, II. 12. I.I Broid SI. Buy "SAMCO" For SAFETY 20 X Ifl X 15 . 1120 N 24 X 11 X 17" llS r," 28 20 x l** .... 1209 3 HlKltlSOSS LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS HARDWARE DEPT. Tels: 1142 and 2304 Qlamorous ZAfatural Waves for tfll uilh VOSEMXR Thv ISattiral /fair Kruvr. Your hair can Le beautiful always when treated with VOSKMAR. Follow the directions in every package and after few days you'll be convinced of I ts definite impiovcmcnt. $SCf^ Try VOSEXK MEDICATED SCALP HYGIENE cmMne. in own Slmmpoo and end< .Dandl uir and ..ii,., seejp eomplalala. n also !>nnss me and lustre to the dullest hair ON SALE AT KMGHTS DRl'li SIOIll.S ill VISI-TMIN MiTV—A wswh shsll treasure lo€ its sllurini besuly snd Isithful scruraey. 1.-. Jewel... ('old Hlled, guaranlsNHl 181.(0 OTHER MODELS to IM0 7I Genls' GRIK.N WRIST WATCHES Ml 04 to 11*1.21 IS ..ml 17 JeweU SEE YOUR JEWELLERS NOW ON SHOW 1. f.7./W.I A CO. LTD. 20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens I "I



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEFTEMBBIi I. lltt CLASSIFIED ADS. TttCPHOHI 210* THANKS Jrrslgaed wouM llae 10 tnanli -II tlese who so kindly arm %  Card*. Wreaths. Mowee*. or wml>thlw wlUt • in th* ma. of Pauline I Walter, and Jfflr** 'el IN MEMORIAM \a. BBB—4B Baring i Dado. Edw.id who IWH Beyond on H-e Ith MM May Ha rest In Pt rvri lo be • member *rt • Ihept.nl>. Edalm* ich.ldrem. .bn.ineri Theodore ml***" IMP*" plr-r M*g I'.ver lo b. J '*•* < I-WBTSi Bftean s^anda. four Srr> aranda I "* '• % %  l>lc waa dNln-l I 1 rim •*n. UrMUld. Uarel* %  ,., ., .. „„ i.ti. ihMi". i' i immi icu&e>. su i.t-r rJoanaMai urctharB an tTh*onhi.u. Own iBdoi v H RENT FOR KALE AUTOMOTIVE %  ; Baa, Mn %  ! %  Ltd Teleli'i W—dn CAB li.i.maa Mins Eacelbrot oondliion. owner driven, don* ou, U.orw miles Edwin Mayaew. OilUri C'mncy Co. LM Palmetto SI iPhon< tiH'. n %  M— t %  CAB Blat* M IBM Oolite Me OftVieTt. home %  M KLKCTKH AL PYT. CAR RADIOS-4 Tula with RF Stage %  and II Vet mod. to. A Untiled 1 lanlii). call early P C S. Mil< Co Ud niM-t rOULTRY PtOEONB— Import*. Cin-iui Pigeons ; palm V-lo.i I pair teds i< tors* type* Apply/ P D Mavn P..riers 81 James, or Dial oil* --1 I.TBV Import*.; B %  %  I pulliti 2 eorkerel. i4S months old' | Ap*>.| — g. D. Maynurd Porters. .Janwe s u LIVESTOCK PI IN.14' SALES HEAL ESTATE AU TIIAT 'DM "f(.edale" UucB % %  --. To ived o. or to -SepWinl-. 1M1 It. %  :*n certain Ow*Hi>ighouee *>tu.l* ai UN" **•" be dsa n ol ta tsod *r>4 reifere in. J** ,ia,r oi Apply K A (.umih One Iwo Horey -an d* riling riua*> a( Derrick'. Bat. at Jama* noun: SUM If *hi n s.i kM i llrnrkt. L 13 rU flnrS Dlafc MM> ta **-* ACM Now Road. I tog*, fin* vm e '•rfikni Building lit* -mhi acre ol land i dale Hall Dial 941. ft < Ha Sir. 1 *' a Ht'NUAIOW Slog wall Bungalow ciBed "nAKTA UAtlA" mU. .IK -ii,.r (..I ol L.d .l.xhed >llualr al M-rhaal. "Ke li'iute tonlalni Dranlnc and IHrrooma. 1 Brdrenmi (Ir. -. rianli' rooma EltiltLty Th* abova pcopi-rv will be art up IT i.l* by Pubuc roniprlitlui al our CnTic 'am*. Slr**l an rndav lllll %  *>*—1 IH1 .1 1 pm Inmrllon b appointment Dial > YUARWOOD 4> BOYCI. niBltr ST !SnU* Jamauir Hecoming hilll PAIN. Spl. 1 Not long ago, Bordeaux UntverTAMLt TtNHH SEQOMD HOUND CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES TO-MCHT i onomy. the iv. Franc*, apofuarsd aenunar The accutwl ruund of gjnn I [ becocninf mduslrion colonial affair*. ThU 3ymp*>\hTable TenniOpen (hamlid. •*"". • H %  c^LVad, wa pre. iiionahio will luUvfti ji th* Bldd <* %  er by MortBlaur A. CharVM?\ a 15 o'clock totilBW Wur,d ion inspector General of NaOonal Tr-dn;MWto tonigmWar ,, whfn ^ ^oru,,. .,, Kdac.tion -nd formerly Dlrior u M,.r*.v V BuiUr W cor.unuT ood luin d atlenU'M. of Education in Ihe MinUtry for Rlm,rJStmlninn are accomplish!-I Goodlng vi D. Coward; J. Bynoe facU. Chnar; C. On-enidge v* J. %  (^or/Miration pAAaAix-s OFFICIAL NOTICE IN Tat ( orai or • tNt rm HOL'Sfe^ A r-AjrTMrjrra A I'A irTMEfT .! V*ninei . iDrauirui' 1 aldna. two la-i* B-rtrooma e-cn BFACll coi'RT-HMihtf. runy fura< I lioii ll(h **|'l lo IMh Pra w nb-i Hwa* )MH ha t af— n .nd SM pi HUNOALOH Tn An Apptovnd T*n %  •(.-to*. Modrm aan-akl*. I..^ Iurr.lrfd Bungalow .:*c*ll*nt %-* bithln* FOr I'.rlnrr partiru ar< An to No t Cental S-in.l. Wonhir.g fVil^Lhl.L.ANrO(lS "- * lint b*n Initrudad by Ur. Gerald Manning to offer for aalr he( Hodden in Cuilodrn Itoao • roritalpi Bye bedroom ir. brr.hlaat room, lounf galkry and uaual oBUa. •ervanta room.. garaa> and •tabl* About 4H acre, of land Viewing B| itmrnt with Mr. Manning * Reatatt.uia Offc*. Public IMM>B. BrMaatown. bador* th* lltb day *4 OctoBer. IBM. in nrder that M-h rlahwa _*B b* rapurtad on and ranked acco.'ding to th* nature and pnortii lh*rof raaaasvUraBy, utharwla* n-ch peraon. will b* precluded Iioni Ih* he. alfectlng lb* g m parP S bring >a a r e ma nB voucMr* lo be datiM and to *prled Irom all agalhat th* aald proper!' PBMNUff RBCHAHD ITANlX-i' N I Del*ndar.u WDJJAJd niEROUl BARMBB ai FRANC tK lx>NAl.D BARNCB %  rl ..I I On* ffBBBBBMBBB rl m* tn and ..* ... -. BBBBBM Lower broad SU**t. I: MTMFR1CAL -illll'lKiM. IllNAToHV ill T-lepl. n* N'umlnr* .-Hated In numerical order Pric* J. Ball i liUNOALOW-On i,nv iinad Ifaai iuh batB — > iwdrooina — Bervani* t m* — Varandali. • ">.'i .elephooa BMt IB an-t I "CAST FgACH" — BnuiH a^-atdr ruiigalow Bajneld Droch. B| %  l^bbc. Bench CoenCtirUibly Mmian.d. 1 t,.oioaen.. R*Irta*.alor. aeivany root., WiME SI Oaf IDlurilNlKXl. tiatlilng Avp. WANTED .tl'rr rnTCBIVDD Popular Ganu-a In.ding CanaHa. Pitt. Manopoly. lota%  !>. and Pegu. Alao a va leiy -f iiileieiling Jlg-Baw Puulea All iteiiu "Wdrrata prtcaa Harrlacn'a p m on rTMla> Sth BepUmbei SB by cOtrRTBSV (lARAOK Whn* Park Road, (or On* III 1M VAiXHALi. S-l.-.r. damaged bv Tire Blip aft IrTil ; % % %  1.1 %  *' BM /.., 6 1 .11 .IKi I %  NOTlCi. writing will to received up m on Friday. Hh September ,* 'H 1MB AUSTIN 9 ton loiry In accident. InapectMm at OFFICIAL NOTICE IN ANTHONY I UMV IXlFTi'S OTWAV WIlJCtNtON iDefand in) rn tJ-ii'M* The NfMimiCAl. DTJtBCTORY la aeailabl* .1 AfivocnuCola'. Printer*. Johnaon. StnUenery. R..brrti *V C and .1 the Colonaal Ad*..ll.lng Cu iRaibado.1 Ud. Jam** W. I-,,., i IS SS-i> I'.DM NUMKH1CAL \jntMVKmt • % %  kM Ti'lephutuNumber Price S/-. Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Slopped In 24 Hours Meeding iwn. aora laewth. *>** %  MUI wi.an iii y-iu ate a rlctlai oi Pi i rh*i or n-nfli Mnulh. a* annwMdglaaaa* ".i T r i '.ild'hiV lo***."! laloe MM I. tflar* youllei* Since Us* iteal Woiid U W.aae mooih dlaaaaM Mr.p t i irrnughoql Ih* world a* il-i now Kli" IUI. ,B that lour mil Of • %  luff.mt. nmi-.r or lalet d 'oi" tm-* dmo" i*i • M-i* Ihey '.Kin (*uee nol o > o( MrUi, bul alao chronic rheuanVtaai mid heart Houbu. Nw DUcovary • SaivBi Taath Annm. Ih* dlacorerr of an Aim>r >n atirnilit, OghM ih-ae ireublea in a r.e* and a" 1 *"T I* pet.Mial*. right t" n reel 01 the UouM>. .ion. rum. from Meedny Art! day, quickly (all 'ionl of your moath, and n>on Ihe lealh. TM Mknylna leli'r *. W. B. aha** tni re.ulu thai .tain 1*1: "I Buffered from "" and ryorrhrti M Mi % %  %  btredlng and aciMal othei .... all Ih* la and llien li-.il Of thla new IM M iin alter aaing Podad IBM __>ta*nai harden Guorantaerf %  a BO (MI ai.d aa awMM lived la MHO your IDB*B ,I .... .Biiiin and iigliien ne aalUfaclUD or v back nn %  • (u fn a t i *npir jMHag*^ i day of July. iflpcttng all that isu. I glv* notice any eitate. -igbt i lien or tncumbram piece Mi i r in I Ii i i.h of Sauii Tnomaa and Island badoa rnnUinlng by ndmeaauremaaM <>" ii^-d llnrtv five prrihr* or thereabout ..butting and bounding on land, of UIUM HdOtyaraj M lai di i %  \ I m < • %  "" ,T ioar" on land* ol the **tate of Thonui OUI decaaaad and on th* publli wuh n>NUMERICAL Tn.rj-iiosr j '.• %  > %  m Ba a_aaa DIHICTORV any Teleplionr Number tan bound lo bring before Ihe pmi. ....uerived their aald claims wit 1 • t on documenU and \nMcn*ra. ii,.i abul in account wltnei o'clock In ihe . ihg coara < %  • Appeal at ih* t !> %  < i MB %  order Ih.t sucti Bi-coedlng lo i: intd _. Pllday IH I( U inooni and krnooa. at th* Ofltc< h AaBl.lanl Court o it HOUB*. Id klgrtov. • ( ol October. 19&1. L lainu mn. be ranked nature and prior II ily. oltorwlae such pei Dr. Monueatruc. Hasd of the Pusteur Institute In Martinique, .spoke on trie treatment of \eptory in the Wot Indie* Monsieur Hi-nm, an authority in this particular Held, lectured on the soil .md .igricultural possibtlrtleii of 1i net) Guiana. Professor Evans of An InJustnal Development the Univera ty of Bristol deolt Corporation fias been eaUbllahe.^ w tn **>e CnalHutional Devetoi. by Government to provide the menl of the British West liulu-> imcnhve* for Uidustria-; and A . co l ? n l ? -T 0 ?-,^-* 1 ** ,J commerc:.il develcrpmeiit of BntJamaica ha. no Ir-di.ion ol ^^Z^jg^T^l industry ,n th* manufacturms ^"V' 5 M ^Iho-r'^kr2?S! •wse The process TBBHJbeg-in mcrtv R CS erch SccivLr. m th. befoif the u.te war with the Rewarrh Branch of the Ccntril manuractuie of beer and aerated BBCrtrtarlat, now of the AmiteTU. Chandler. *""•• biwuita. cigars and dam Royal Institute for Tropical cigarcttci,. Then shirt making Regions, outlined the adminlstrn. followed. Shoewere Liter add''on methods of the Nrinertarid ed t" tne list, the fine laalher Antilles and their influence on-the obtainable from the hides of catwial amiI economic llfr ofthoso tie slaughtered for meat pro.-• l m t f ,, •, '^'.''T, Va ? ,JCT '; t duction providing the raw the Unlve^tv .rf t-e.den. author maiM-ial of one of the best known works On Surinam, fcpokr or Surinam" Development plans. Of parttculiir interm to us l the fact that one session was The splendid variety of local devoted to the work of the Caribwoods were put to use for the bean Commission. production of high-grade fur.. .„,.,,. _. .... ^, StHfl An offahot of the furRATES OF EXCHANGE niiure Industry WOA box-makSEPTCMBEH I IMI ing. particularly for the package _..„ v,w !" ..^ and being with th II riM IMh July. IN) DMed IB* AuguatIBM lend aboeeeaM containing bv rood Twenty tare* percbea or InereI Tne Mount Plantation on i deceaeed I. of ta* eetato ol R Chapenan dec—d on land, of the eetate uplH lniiill and on a road over which there is a right of ih* nubile load called HacM Rock road or however eta* the iay abvt and bound Together wltB all and .inguUr Ihe b4Un*B>BB i said parrel ol land erected i appiirin IBSON I SMga BBMBI II NOTICES Splendid Variety UA Students Sp n x 'i-n.-lr> was developed. psteoi in the coifee region of Uie Preparation of sweets and prctiland. ThtTC Uiey wwiked <• %  %  xpanded Into a major n i oinniunity rccie-uon project. industry: a factory w. estab:i This year Uiere were two i,hed for making condensed ,^ ,the war has ex•uccess of last jBear-^ vmOrr*, V**f* production until it has flnanciai aaa^stance for the TanaU|i.nt displaced imported unniru project eBCM hOD IsU UOO'i ^''*** r ?]<* hosler>* fn.m the Club of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, rtidves of local dry goods shops. Money also came from last years The majority of the .shirt* wor.i campers, who contributed over are of local manufacture, and $850 earner! In giving lectures on an export trade to other Bttfgsa their pueit.. RscBn MqMrteCkO I Vasg indies territories has bewhen they returned home. gun. Now g paper factory is beFriends of the College hava mg considered, and a bottlehelped with uontributions. .while ma ( tlf K p | anl ^ planned. "Lighi" each student payspart of Uie c-.^t j,,,,,,.,,, U) n M n AVCni hhnselT in addition to donating bH lg of blcvc|e an(| „^n. the U.S.. the **'Y. ln •"* % %  nder *iidy. D< ete building blocks made appearance. SD 9 la*: pr CBSM -. Renker^ BJBJgd ag Draft. Cable Curnmrv Coupon* Slleer < AN'AD A Ch-n.... on Banker* 71 1 18-. rhrrnand Draft. TIM'S Pr IlrefH It %  / -o/an The M v acrept CTargo Uomlnlca Ajmaua. jpi'.i^t.. Nfii. and St Kltta galling Tuewiay Bid flFiMrmbrr. ISS7 The M V "MONSKA" lll accept Cargo and Paeigxr> loi Dominica, Antlgvi. Monuerm Ntvu -nd St Krlla. Dote of Sailing to to rotlSed ASSOCIATION (INC r^ nnW Shm**6 'O. 71 S/lfrf. Pr tl J 10-t Pr I I'lO*. Pr SB*. ST. CANADIAN BBEVICB HITS BOUND —Jg,, ISA PABODI" August 13 KIH" August ii "ARNTTA" " %  '• ^ugu>! Augusl '1 S*pt I Sept ?i a TAMBlt '*"""" iUW .. Du. Barbado* Bemember lit*, for A STEAMBK ... Uwrence W-ar Port.. A-ply :-DA COSTA CO. LTD.-CANADIAN SERVICE labour. Before .students look a short course Puerto Rico, iis history, Including; the new constitution, politic*, economics, geography and customs. But this la only beginning. —L.E.8. ".'.; will be precluded Iroon th* benriu of (he aald Decree, and be deprived i all claimon or against the said property. Cloiinanli me also notified I hut the iiui.t ntlena ihe aald Court Ml Wedn*' dathe Sth day ol October 1M. ai 10 o'clock am when Iheir said claims win b* ranked Given under my hand thla Slat day ol T. C TAO... ag Clerk of the Aaalstant Court I Appeal %  si—m OFFICIAL SALE \1,IM'.S IN nil ABSISTAMT COl'BT OT AFr-SAI. lEQuitable Juriwllctioni '(inANTHONY CUMMINO iPlalnltR lX>mtS OTWAV Wll.KINSf>S %  Defendant i NOTICE is hereby given that by vli g BJ M Older of the Aaalatanl Cour I Appeal dated the Slit day Of July !i.g"he.l bidder al tlve (llni-e i.( Ihe CaSfl f 'he A..i.lan1 Court of Appeal at th • ourt House, Bridgetown, hetween Uv ... ,ii || .nooiii .md I o'clock in t>-ttarnooii on Fnda. the loth dav 0 I't-tober, !0 All thai .ertali, piecr c> li.rrel of land aiMrtc near Melrusc H II c parnh ol Ma.ni Thomas and Island of IM etodo* conlaining by admeasm. n.cnt one rood and thirty-five perchei or Un-re.houtB abutting and bounding M l-„d. nf Lilian Ili.llov... on land* ol I place called 'Melrose 1 on lands nl thi %  •late ol Thoni*. Olll. t|eceaa*d. and oi the public road or however else thjbut and bound and II no lhen Mid me said property wiU be a* up fof rale on every succeeding rode" ie hours until Ihr —— i. —Id *. -i £190 0 thai l.l day of July, IMS. n TAlJiA. gg, Clerk of the Aulitanl Couil ol Appen BiuerIng ar.d neait Iro.Ur 0*1 A*B*tan Irons your tbaoilM todsy under this Ironclad gaaranAJOOB>MS§^^rr Bytwe—*i w*a MMIB Hirriiane Preraation HIM Nl. 12 CLOSING NOTICE We beg to notify our Cu*lomers and the General Puhllc that HVTSON'S DRl'O MTORE will be closed for holidays as from the 7th of September to 21st September. H. L. IH'TSON. 8.S2—Sn £5 FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING Mis Worship Mr. C. W. Rudder, Police Magistrate of District "B". vesterdny lined R-chard Browne of Applewhuite. St. George. US for driving the motor car J— 29 on Charles Rowe Brid.V. s Qggeeaj. in a manner dangerous t the public on May 0. Vhe line is to be paid In 14 days or In dcfuult one month's imprtsiuni-iit and the licence Is to be produced for endorsement. The case was lyrougM by Cpl Cyrus attached to the Speigrits%  n Police Station. CUBANS mttO KAYOES CALVIN IN 6TH ROUND i Fn.m Our Own Crespondent I GEORGETOWN, Sept 1 Alfredo Miro. Cuba Mlddlr'elght champion kayoed Calvin. British Guiana middle weight hampion in the sixth round tnlight. Check that everything thai miKht blow kKkH) la .M in e" full Infn rnuiiion Ml < %  KR.lIM .K AUSTIN 4\ CO.. LTD. Iflwar Broad So—i __,„^ J*houe 4511 TBAMt^ANADA Air Line. inremanoruM Tran.-Atlantic Tr-nommiT,mtal l?oa 1 raBi f V ^_ 1953 AMATEUR BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS Under the auspices of CANADA DRY will lake place at the • • CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal, Halifax and SI. John Montreal fl auras St Jean ghUea Brldlstewr. BatBales ... "SUNDIAL" 14 AugUBt II August ai Augv • lUrlWhrT" M A-.g. 4 Sept. m v "BRUNO. 11 Kept IS Sept. s -A vrssr.i. l* *,„> — UK. SERVICE rVom South Wales, Liverpo**! |0d ^.'iSKrcrw II '•BTTJOATIDTRCD A KUJI1U.BaegB Wale* U.„*i OIMK* ..II Aug II AisgUStai August ..Early Seplember Mid Sept — Mid Oct Lot* Oct, IBB. .ltd A.rlTBl IL i-. nnae.1 ttarlvad*. 7 Septembe •1 U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Hamburg, Antwerp. Rotterdam and London llasnbe'l Anteer U Aug. End %  i can 3 September Mid October Early November MODKKN UK. II AT SCHOOL 8 PJI. STADIL'M ON FRIDAY. 12TH SEPTEMBER CANADA DRY STEEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE BAR — MUSIC — THRILLING ENCOUNTERS 28.8.52—6n. Readers and Sulto the ADVOCATE Newspaper in Mixwell Road anil surrounding districts are ashed to note that we have appointed Mr. Clyde Janes. Tap Rock. Christ <*ur*ii. as our Distributing A gen' [or the Districts as from Monday. September I. DIAL : t43Z ADVOCATE CO. LD. Circulation I*|oi /^//^%V///e'/WetAW* REAL FOOD FOR YOU AND CHILDREN TOO J&R ENRHHED BREAD Aients : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. 'Phone 47M I. I M | Here is a List of Items sold or dealt with at AM E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET 1 GENTS' SUITS ) LADIES' COSTUMES ) Made lo Order TAYLOR'S SAFETY DEPOSIT BANK — *% In*'est paid on all deposits UALVANIZK SHEETS from $392 IRON SHEETS as low as $3-00 GALVANIZE WIRE for Fish Pots. Fowl Runs, etc. LINEN SHEETS and PILLOW CASES FACE and BATH T0WT5LS KITCHEN TOWELS HERCULES BICYCLES for Boys, Lilies and Men WRIST WATCHES now being; opened PAINTS LINSEED OIL TURPENTINE GENTS' SPORTS SHIRTS from $.1.90 each GENTS' DRESS SHIRTS made by Elite, Renown and Reliance BATH PANTS lor Men SWIM COSTUMES for Ljdies ASBESTOS CORRUGATED SHEETS Best Quality Georre Webb and John While SHOES for Men ARCOLA SHOES lor Ladies, also a new shipment of American Shoes just opened from SS.1S MOM 80S .SS 6 0S>0 9 8SB0*00a. M l ,.::v,'.::v.::'.::'.:::-** 4. E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET DIAL 4100 where Qualities are HIGH and PRICES -IRE LOW % %  * % %  &f ***



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rUISDAY SFPTFMRF.R 2. 1S2 RAKRMMl\|i\lil \TI l'\..l -111'. When your BACK ACHES... iWhMtw M <—-Mj .MNd b* Un ktaWri. rw lwl.. . rt LUd %  IAM.. Wbaa Bar* gat aarf *l arear. MNM auai aaal %  >' % % % %  %  •• &f • •#• M *K ifflML Thaa U.Wh.. haaaWW, rlnH, % %  I • HMI *brat aal IMINM T <•> %  ••-!. •!>' %  • %  !*• M thai MB*. TVa* .. f~i M4MT laafc baOar writ baOar nd fu a" rad? Ic daiKa viah IMi itMM IWd". U PJI •• H. Wu. p^bp Mk MM rwl a***. 0-J. 1 It •! draf. MW. ,4 Dodd's Kidney Pills High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women I* in* r*.l I tnlW^onoiMri.ikuru-.. r om non ayiiu><'>ma at Hifh Blood Praaawe are Naivoaaneaa. htada* h.a a( la* and Mm of h*ad and alw>\ area, araaiur* In h.a.i. dluinaaa ahort WMlV paira in haari. pala H aUa*, POOCBKap lMIlllmmpiomi. doo i daisy fraaii •: i • • idar. "'iu lour life ma, ha in danatr Naaa* ifofmarl* n aa ll>noii. a n> %  ..1 -.1 l .... >'-1. l • %  1(1(1 Miiwd 4ur> -ua (ha nrai doaa. UKaa a iv load off ika Mart fa.i !••!• tauna BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK 8. RAY MOORES IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES I si i., IK Now WHISKY: (•rants. Northern (ream. Illihland )"..i. i ii 11.1n. — Limited Quantity 4.W Oil .32 Jl 41 HI -AX 4.00 KIIM 51b. S.75 (ONI>I:NHK MILK II M Ml (is Ml 1 1 PEAH — Tina ( HF.fcHE — I2-OI. Tina 30 .M AZ .60 swlfl* ltlln| Ural Cr. Beef with Cereal Tomatoes Tina Own Mil — nu. Seville or .mite M'Mf-1-lb. ll.illr.HU* Mailed Milk ( op Kjff llonef Rot* Kraft Ire Cream Mix (ieorge Paynes Cocoa— v fieorte Paynes Cocoa—'( lleln ion, S.„nci SO 38 .M .M 48 LtV Jl .77 At .11 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street III! UIIMHH HOOK OF HOW IT'S IIOM Most of us take too much for granted We do not bother very much about how the necessities, luxuries and amenities of life arr provided, so long as we receive ttirm when we want them. But supposing we are sudderly called upon to make and do for ourselves. Wha! then? How would you organ)** the delivery of million* of letter? <>r the production of a diiy newspaper, or the feeding arrangement* for great city like I-ondon? This fascinating vi.lume. packi"! with hundreds of Interesting pictures, will open your eyes to the many processes Involved in the creation of all kinds, of evr-yday goods and services:. It also shows how many adventurous and far from everyday task* ure performed OX SAI.K AT TIIK UIMII III VIVilOMIIV



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WHAT'S ON TODA" ivml ul Oruunal JkHl^i.cu, ,— 10 SO %  i rl-r Comit lo M am MarUn* Ml Ihr Houw of Aaavmblv a' WllUhtl* PtUkp 7 N p Cancel kt t. PUriu [ %  Basal BM And U OooO ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS ViSffROAY l> WtAlME* KtVORT TO* j Big Three Reject Present Form Of Soviet Proposals Will Accept Further ,—— ——; %  —~Diplomatic Exchanges \J*"W Pllots Get Glimpse Of Russia THMAM.AU S4>I AKI: (By J. C THALER) LONDON. September I. REPRESENTATIVES of the Big Three Western pow"is opened the first round of consultations at the Foreign JHfice on Monday on a reply to the Kremlin's latest proposals for a four power meeting on Germany. They were reliably reported to be in agreement that the Soviet proposals are not acceptable in their present form, but that. dewpite their rejection, the West will leave the door open for further diplomatic exchanges The British Deputy UnderSecretary of Stale for Foreigr Affairs, Frank Roberts. IS %  bassy Secretary Robert Hooker. and the French Embassy Counsellor Etlenne !>i Chanel are conducting the umlka which were expected to last uboul a fortnight. The Western consultations coincided wilh a report reaching London that East Germany's lop i/ommumst leaders were negotiating defence arrangements wilh the Soviet In Moscow. The reports claimed thai l*rimc Minister Otto (Trolewohl and his c'e.Mily Party Secretary General. Walter Ulbricht were drafting a mutual defence pact with Russia on lines of military agreements between Moscow and other eastern European satellite states.—U.P. In London For Banana Talks (From Our Own Cwrrapondrni LONDON, Sept. I Bustamnnte flew into London to-day to discuss w.th the Food Ministry "a very delicate matter" of bananas. He wore a "pepper and salt" tweed, >ult with his usual starched shirt and white bow tie. "Our agreement with Britain for bulk purchase of bananas If due to end in two years time'' he explained. "We are here to discuss future marketing arrangements". Does Jamaica wlh to end th" bulk purchase agreement before it* scheduled time?" "It is what we are here for." said ILK. Should Ease Blockade Of Iran The WASHINGTON. Sept. I. Washington Past said in editorial on Monday thai Britain wento nssU hei BCOnomic blockade of Iran, the Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh might be more in a mood to negotiate the oil dispute fairly. The Past declared that Mossadegh's "unceremonious rejection" .f the American-British proposal TO end the oil impasse and i>ui Iran back on its feet was perhaps to be expected. It shows thut Mossadegh, for all his recent appearance of reasonable! ie>'-. isjust aa extremist and Igst as ever. It also shows thai he I* willing to puh his bargaining powtf to the very brink of disaster When nil this is said however, there is no alternative but to try again. There Lave been reports thai the Iranian policy Is directed ;t dividing the United States and Britain on the oil issue This country cannot afford to overlook the British slake, even though the American approach ought lo be independent. Bui is there not a middle way? Would ii not be an earnest of good faith if Brit .in were to relax her economic blockBusla-' nrir of Iran' Once oil were flnw> ing again, Mossadegh miaht be This evening inite.-d of giv-: in more of I mood to negotiate ing his usual reception in pre**-'fairly In any case, al IhU.point men. Busta was "too tie** a ad.MA Ibe rested". Callerwere po'ltely I ittii< %  told to "come tomorrow." attempt — v. dunaitc Iharc would ha to lose by making the (By ROBERT GIBSON) Aboard the U.SS "Boxer" off Korea, Sept. 1 NAVY PELOTS looked into Soviet Russia on MonuV on a Korean combat mission and saw "no Hags, po people and no M.I.Ci.'s, but plenty of mountains." Russia l*> only a iw nulo from the oil refinery at A<>fi and 30 mile trotn the Oron Mine hydrogen plant at Musan. targets c Monday 1 Navy raid in Western Korea On the northern frontier of Koreaa thin strip of Manchuiianl rum between Korea and I the Soviet maritime province Aojl kg (fares and ; %  half miles from 1 irian Una. .md 12 mine from the nearest Soviet leiiiii.n Any Russians nn the border outd heat the thunderous esploi ions see mlumns of smoke and ul watch the zooming y fighters as they attacked the Aon reentry Urltod Nations' plane* had ntvti beiore attacked that close Russia was biigln, -.unny, and quiet, said Lieutenant Oomnuuv dor Gordon Sherwood of Salt I..ike City, Utah. "There were no Hags, no people, no M.I.Gsbut plenty .if mountains." Lieutenant Commander Ward Miller of Santa Rosa, California said: "We had an •Hi tUant vttw of Russia. We wrrc very careful not to cross the bor% % % %  .." .c \ ; . %  tli.1 there wag nothing much Bare orti th.rn' is Wry rough terrain, like Colorado or Ihe Rocky Mountains We couldn't see any people because we were too far away." \ ptM finm the carrier Essex reported seeing two •"unidentified %  iirobably jets, 10 milea ot so away. The pilot said that the planes were more than W.fOO feet high and flew at top speed IP Yoshida Says Japan Is Not Re-arming TOKYO lapt i. Premier Shlgmi Yoahlv* itemed on Monday the ih.ira,. by his political opponenU thi Japan Is beginning to rc-urir. Yoshida said that full-scale rearmament for his country I impossible If for no other ream, h m that Japan cannot affon t His opponent* had ihrnget that the fact that Japan l ipending about WW.M0.MH) a year lo> lefente const it u ted In afl*ri re urm&ment programme. Hi said that the chargis utterly ridiculous," especially when Japan's defence appropriate are compared with those of ',1* United States and Britain. Jnpat 1 %  maintain-. national poltc reserve organized on an arm' OBttern and J> roast gii.irrl palm' They -ire officially called enir It* rbrrii "IT l*i Adenauer Returns With "Basket Of Problems" BONN. getf i i iiot Konrad gjdaoaticff I lo work on Monday wiih I "basket" full <>t problem ing lo be settled. The 7fl.yearold West Oermnn Chancellor, who has been vacationing in Switzerland, will within a fortnight wand three Itiiernatlonal coafer ences. On Wednesday and Ftloaj Adenauer meets with h's Cnhuet lo discuss Ihe Saar quertii Set uman plan, restitutlori to Israel ana the coming Parhamemn y flghi for ihe ralifleation of the We*t Get man Peace Treaty and the European Army pact. Next week Adenauer goes to Nuremburg to preside over Iho .dv^ceby "general radio broad^s and SUTSiS&SSBfJS, ider the pre-altack warning pniRiamme h s ,. ir „,„,,,,„, wM1 ,£*,*]> %  N. Koreans Warned Of Air Attacks FIFTH ABKFORCE. Korea. Sept. 1. FIFTH AIR FORCE OFFICERS said on Mt-ndav that North Korean targets selected for air attack .everal days in advai leaflets dropped unde; -.. adopted last month. However, the -.dual citv ovillas to be bombed is not named. General warnm K leaflets auusually dropped several times on th. target selecte-i Final'warning, when bror-dcastin,; is used is made 13 minutes before the first wave hits thetarRet nghl up o the minute that the first bomb is dropped. HUL Finally, there are final p.t.attack "We Told \ou So leaflets A Stii J tor Force spokesman revealed th original list of 78 targets and added that eH*ta "g .illages i .ay be removed or r.dUed to the order of priorities. The actual target list changes in number up and down the scale, and can be any set figure. "The general warning, which i designed for psychological effect as a morale weapon for the whole of North Korea, reads: "People of North Korea. Pcmain tuned to Rmllo Seoul for .n nnnouneement important to your welfare." Froi 15 m nut'-, before the planes nf E ar over the target until it mbs actually begin lo drop* Seoul Radio broadcasts: "We Inter lupt this programme in bring you a special bomb warning to the rltirens rrT (name of eit.v > T'. is urgent. United Nations bobbers will destroy Communist w;n supplier, industries and nvlitary targets in your town tonight. I will repeat that. United Nettoni bombers will be over tonight ug destroy military largeu. Leii; e the city DOW. Seek hhelt i (•> % %  out of Ihe danger area. Lnitjd Nations wants to save your lii*' United Nations Air Force seeks only to destroy Ihe war nuuaVU of the Communist aggressoi Don't be destroyed with thei Leave trje city now."— If. probably i be will K" Trea probl' alaed, Fron. th H-itue to sl| undei whidi West xuected 10 pusli to SlrB^rXlu^g fo. ihr meeting of the Counell of Buropean rorttgh Ministers, the se ioi. at which he -vill rmoe Ihe %  ;rman claim lhat l>moi needoms do not exist in Ihe Saur under Fiench -.lewlrdshlp since 1945. In the meantime. Adenauer must map a programme for the last session of Parliament i>cf*.> next vrjr'IP. 19 Dead In Collision iFiam Oat 0B ('•rrt*aaa'l I KINGSTON, J'ca.. Scp 1 Nineteen persons were vtolrnlb k 11M vhrr u diesel rail eipr*. crashed into a truck at a level crowing. 35 mile out df Kinwion on Sunday. Six other passfiigirs of the Iruck Including the dri ei were injured and are m ndbrtil The iruck was con*'eying a gr-up 10 Vemam F'etd. aliardDi aflci uiidterdai They weic bolh laden inth ceatenl >mi Hrtre irjveliing through Trafalgar Squuiv from the direction of the whall. One loin M 23tit Wal drlvtB oy Medford llinkMTi of Vauxhall, Christ Church and anotlui lo 11 M2813 was driven by Charles Campbell of The Ivy. There was no serious damage but the rear wheels were locked and one lorry was wedged again.-! Ihe pavement around the Public Hulldings. Trafniwas held up temporarily wiiilr the Pnlirc took mea'urementt and statements Library's New System h Successful The inlioductlon uf lin pea r lending books at thi Inibll Ubrary, whci-eby borrow* era may take three I %  -" %  !< % %  II f two .i~ pnviousiy. Iul^ proved %  eceatful and hat resulted In an iirreue In circulation. Miss Uet%  y Griffith Acting PubUi Ubra* nan said Iftetei gay Under this new s>t'in. Ii-ri>wers in. at ML KM %  tan ou< Uona and a non-i-1 iltirnaUvei] one flotloD i i.on-lltlioni or tbret noi. The introduction of the system was to meet the demand for more lotion Meanwhile. Library Authoriiles plan to place ovtl 400 D %  l books on preview at Ihe Library on tomorrow mnming. and these will go into cirrulatlon on the foUowlnj Saturday morning at 9 .'clock On Thursday night at fl.05 o'clock. Miss Gnfflth will t f a short broadcast over the llflusion Service entitled New Books at th* Public Library, in which she will ipenk oi the hooks which will be put in*o clrculntlon. In an effort lo revive inten--t at the Deposit Stations In the Country districts, Ihe Aetlng Librarian will visit some of the I mid lurgei Slatinns where ihe will address ttormwer* on such Mini. %  HOW to Select Books", and iw pan of thk scheme .be wrlll Ihe St Clement IV|..>:t Station ihli flfternoon. Col Engineer Goes On Prr-Relirement Leave 1HK ADVOCATE" utuieratands that Mi T. K. Wcw M B.E., Cokalll EnRineer, hasgone on leave prior li t> tlremenl ti m Ihi Mrvlce. The cause of retirement s .11 health. Ill Went joined the s 'ivice in 1913 and s<> i\ 0,.end nf hli leave will have c<"mpleied 40 years' service,i. .-.n u IIIIVN in i' he was .. elei k .nut -ei Ihi Petty IH*ht I'ouit. i < .i.i-nate>' i'..in U the i' UARBADOS U i,ki %  !> inother tnciustiy When M. Coppin. retired Ciovernrnen.\ulyst return] from Cnglar... .mother teir* weeks. The Barha. .. i i, Bank ire invc %  *250.(MMJ to UnSilce \ -> I a n t t<. miiiur^ctuir *ilee frr.in ..nut with I ncl In UK ( .iry machinery nnt itinaturfXafjee l'pe line wan U*^-f *y"*S' %  t*KI* w 5 uppetd y*^i>"*!nis tdev -etter Uf'j t *C-' line thnun • x * %  >•nt ..uryinsj %  if^t, r.>r4ier BWay friuiC. sal wejir. i* > is*< known xacfiy | '" -I ini %  m t" wfk iiu T4**^jj;c**efiirT 1%.I \ ooma inent uildtnu *11^ "j,* .. \li i 1 ., 1 |>iTN-*fc-hiWh.is i>m< For Course In Sanilulion reii hn idatUfl W..T, \ I', uis he served n the HtafI nf t!n lovost Marshal HIK) Official A-Ihg vetu • %  '"'' taren H ,i ti. Waterwork He • olned Ihe Englneermi iftet Ihi lepnraUon %  gj % %  ,:! and the Pub forkg Pepeeawenl ha IsgeeaiM ae ptckH of the PubUi Work ( Kjwrtmeni. and kM Reeon %  tant Ha acted .is Qolcjnlnl atagdaei i md w I "II iliiwiiiignneai Ihe gre >t itisfaciioii of the en .1 -lie general publu 1 Hul M %  in UmnniKliiiess ami alle. ,1,1'v which imderTTilnI I hU'heal*. At S8 he habeen impelled in "throw in Die tinge", but hla many frtemlh him %  i inpteta recover] to good health It inj happy years to come • i-Mi.ini HI 'h**eti cHmtrmm %  > %  "' aeeardinn • %  • hin -..v *r—Mm ntk done." Ho left n.rhadns on •4th hy the SS, C expected to return hn '••> afrlu Kv.i S.,-,.i In |%  I %  luiiih BMU N n in eape lat*i norbado. nn Thur*-) .^^——.^_ hen) theyi _. Healt iSF.NHOWErT ATTACKS B ., i p.. two Inaw to i I %  il i | toifM l'n i.ini .n Mi %  M II , i ul DEMOCRATIC LEADER NKW yORK Sept. i Dwighl Eisenhower angrily at%  mked on Monday an aQetMl effort l> the K..U..I Ken. IH l i ,i 5iiHi cnmpetgn eoniribulionN from Gwriiuii'in n ii that they ,,,,1.i |i-. then |ol. .not tl < ll.publu.ins win the Nnveini-T I I" 77//. SEA KGC; SKA.SON OPENS Thetn -Uk' a%Maon Iwrgnn '-e%  i.nmornlnR, and housewives illj wtH wesc u ftae Hill Item f fotMi i> hselp relieve th* pie-*etit -i !shm-tag,e in trw Si Philip .in.l I'hrlax %  I-, mainl) tiMere were i. .. iiu: i.' %  .TI i hau* nlv I | . ; ol rbrtngf Ii %ere marketeii. :tJ I 11> of rkalpaaln] 44ft Iba. of bill nsh; 1.794 Ibe .f shai k. ii i LI "Hand '2.1(4 5 lb*, of hah raugh' irv WHr.kt CAVt EXPLORER MET DEATH Ecuador Gete New Presidenl QUITO. Sept 1 Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra began his four-year term as President o' Ecuador today with the announced Intention of seeking constitutional reform. Velasco Ibarra .n sworn in Insl night In an impressive ceremony in the Capitol, taking the reins of the government from formerPresident Anlo Ara Speaking before the galleries pocked with special diplomaticmission-, from all parts of th'world and over loudspcdkers to huge crowds in Ihe streets. Velasco Ibarra "aid that constitutional reform was essential^to g'-l the country out of "misery". He said the reform of the 1946 charter was necessary 'because onlv vigorous executive powei carrying out a single plan that begins with whal %  > indispensable and gradually attains to luxuries can bring about Ecuador's desire] for administrative honesty nnd the recovery ot lost time in reali-| zat'on of the public's transcendental national importance that will) relieve our state of backwardness ;mH misery "—I'-l" Projeete Begin FUNERAL SIRVICIS are held for bMu trMiist-expiorar Marcel Loubana %  la cave in which *>( met i 'h n.,' Lam Alafgaj in the nvlkinMef %  : of • rearue team. | H Skipped and he (til IM I (lnWnuili*iU; KINGSTON Tho University Collage of tht rt'eit Indiewa* in the tliree projects connect' i Kith this inatllution ^oi umk: • %  j> in Jamaica. F DR was the openini' of ti i Wl hospilai wliii" w first patiirfiU this mocali.g 'bas opining up new medici gajrea facilities. Kir", man i was a labourer who fell fror 'i ackee 'ree .it Mons proper.;' • motnlnu Second aeamg of a B.W.I Adult Ed i•tlnn seminar under the Char%  ainhip of Norman Fistn hief JVlucalion Ohlcer of Mav <-bester. England. Delcgati Ihe conference come from 'II over the West Indies including non-British territories and evn '-m the Gold Coart Third wa* the opening ol r.e R EC Rxerutive meetin* to russ the ijlure flnBnce< i>f University A Warm Hay n a temperature of 90 di-treei the shade waterfront -nrkers % %  ted yesterday. Some of th go thry were haridllng might have been refreshing but tended to give more warmth and pleasure rather than relief from the h-at For example the JmAim fiobrtt was loading 700 cartonnf Gold Brsld rum fr-r Trinidad. 2-0 bsrreto and 140 cartons of th '.me l.roduel lot Nassau The M.V. Caribbewas aUn loading rum. this lime nne drum Man Dips After I'all lrom liOrr\ Followmii the lug niwght in Aiistiali.i this year, meat stores here whit!) have iill U00| been getting their meat supplies from | llHllll ,. llirkf uf j^g^ s Australia have harl to tend M i. I....-1. dml at UiGeneral HOPorders to New Zealand to .T-i pit „! t ,t ibOUt I 20 n in on South* meat shortage that would ,i ay a fi Pr being Involved In U result. i |)| on "WilnlH'llr !t".l. o|.:il meat becaiUi rlarknd Ihi tt i more regular siiipplnK tvehi siitm.' en lop ol eaoi iuatri eh was kui*d on m • WW Indli Whlk '-" % %  ; %  i| 1 Sooera l> her. I %  %  Zealand gOM I % %  < %  I J '" M '' 1( 1 ""'. Thi, inggw thai local dealer. ..",. %  "*"> '" ,l HI ... i.> gand •> Uirea-fflOnUl unjpltal m 4 •' %  ,|,,on A %  *" "•"M" ""11111.wo-monlh ort Ui i erformed hi I). A luring llu.cotnrni Immediately the .1 naught Jen was appreciated, local deal*. %  i> liuirie-i on orders to Ne. Zealand, ano with a nood vtotk it present, and anolhei Inrfemonth supply ontaTi be no meal ahortagf foi the %  d-, -ft', ,,-i.r. Hams for Chrlatrras have B lio bean orderel. Ne' ilepeniia a great deal on Iho amount of rain A'i-t.,ili.. geH In comliiK ntonthi, Feisal To (ftterve Irrigation Works Hr-liiprilralioiT Of Nttfies Begtoi %  rf Nurser %  'i and nurses wlv. p I t* Mhrag an tad thi end •I the month may do vi at II one hllling for eaeh hnd under i -itlch they register Then from the %  '. the I 0 f i nder earh head, gflor whl S rMraUm will owl S Mi BMMQto— Maker, of Ihe) WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE <',A\-i uis ANGKI.ES. Bepf i im'pMi.i J v5ley ^wrsin he^w.li' LOCAL RICE SH0RTACE inigation -noth-ids The W |y CONTINUE ild monarch tald IM irarrsl ATTADCD his r(/untr> had plonlr of water.' UflIII. WCIUOtK build IN Irrlg %  %  The piesent rlc gaortagi "II -continue up lo about October King Feisal apenl tho week-end, isitlng Hollyw.-iod film studiosi. -I t.'nd year in soccewiau. Ilere u proof o* cbe -isdom of buying; jour bicTcle friii J Company wilh tucb great techoacal experience and kiniwledgx that dcsigncU and built the record-breakjng RALKIGH. RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL B %  C V C L E A <**aa*Baw PaS la Sjl ' I CAVB. SHEPHERD & CO.. I.TI> 1(1. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street. MO ETCLII" COHrim WITHOUT STUBMIY• ..rH.l 1O". .TIID CUR AMD DINOHUI



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, ^FPTFMBF.R 2. 15J gahib Qaltinq BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBBR a Case Figure S IB GEORGE SEEL K C M.G Comptroller of De\ Mkd Welfare r i Chairman of the Caribbeai mission, returned frnn the weekend wbert t< arttendrd %  Meeting of the Hoard nl Trustc ..( DpmnUsjsioo Provtdcnl t hr \-.t^ Chairman Ckri'l>'ii''l THE infan! sor, uf Mi il Cecil McCartney Reserve, Tmudai Hi Chapel Royal. Hampton Court Palace of Miss M-igarvl Elizabeth Goodman, only daughter of the late Mr. TraffOrd Goodman ana Mrs. Goodman of Hampton, England to Mr Alan CBflord Dawt, son of Mr. and Mrs Chesterton Dnwr M London. Mr. Tralford Goodman a Magistral* tier. was tha Oltfv son of the late Mr Percy Goodman, famous Headmaster of the Boys' Foundation School. Sprit I Fivr Urrk* M ISS DOROTHY CLAIRMONTE, daughter of Mr SIK! Mrs. F. A. C Clatrmontc and Assistant Mistress of the Girl Foundation School, returned lion by B.W.1JL from St Li Sunday. She had been five weeks' holiday there. M R. FRANK CLARKE, Mr. and Mrs T. A. D Clarke Of 7th Aviv Belleville, returned home on Friday hy B.W.I A. from Asttlgu-. where he had beei Bpendlng almost thr week-' ho) "Arriving from Antigua by IhefV Aug "V q ,e1 w game opportunity on Friday wa J f* !" %  J" s c ^"""^ Church -t 5 Mr. Jimiriy Tappln. Ion of Dentist "dock when Mr Odor* Ashley A. S. Tappln and Mrs. Tappln of Pokering took as his bride Miss Lodge Road, Christ Church. JimGloria Anita Cox, daughh | ,i M, alan spent almost three weeks' and Mr*. Cox of Martlndale's Road Ciinurtitiil'ili'.nA MU > Nicer W. F Lamb ratarji and Mark Young a formet G I r'>ado*. and %  .' •.l.iti'uied with %  rmany, has been I Iroup up, hag Itffn known to law -igh his violin durin „, ,, f „„. p aaaaaa and the story MUSIC crttk congratulated orchestra Ihc other day 'not allowing emotion to murfeie with the flow of the music." The most likely man to become hysterical in an orchestra is the cymbalist, owing a ''• tension of walthig. Inactive, for An excitable violinist eaaan loud the North Atlantic Treatsfrenzied trombonist who blew trsani'ation (NATO.) set-up in mall man out of his seat in the V-t.mgton front row of tha stalls Is too wtil Oroup Cap) Lamb was married known to be repeated. o the former Mi* E. B Poogte" %  Ir-well, daughter of Mr ind Mrs Jorroan Howell of Olen-ose. Th.ir son David will is education in England. SONG RECITAL ml-f Ihr patron**' of Sir A1U L find what your outlook Is, according; to the stars. Listening I fours Could be more encouraging for material March 21—April to interests but maybe this is well, it will revive new interest. Day urges unselfish*d, ness. honest effort. • • As for most, to-day says turn more thought ]L (p. ff.TV.il. %  ilt^klA t.ff*.i* ft Jin* VIA (IAHB TATTSDI AKU B mm *> 1. IJ _^ M Ilium On llnliilny I S S JUAN HARRISON, ughter ol Mr. and Mrs p m LaMar. S 11 am rii.r iM>rvad* Ctwmrla. ( M p m fcfaurln*. %  IS p m MM< Ttvr Co) Sporu ll'iumH to family, intimate affairs. It can be done witnotrt .eglecting business or other matters. ^ • • * Where extra work and thinking Is required, May 21—Jane 81 Jp it cheerful!., donl rttPX loo qui-kl, jL 'AY afternoon Mlh \\J August, a c|iilet i. Harrison <>f % %  Seascape", --•'> • %  came over on Thurs1 ay last by T.C'.A from Canada > spend a holiday with Tier 1 IS p m Rrndnto.... t S p m P..loan left here in 1950 for Carlep'^,' 1 B^ds^K^t^l* i"ii V^*"*S"" tin College, Ottawa, to study Pnas nnuin. %  4s im inwtimt*. s ne returns home P " .f ro !" T"' %  *"""* l iv • •" p JT tar to spend the long holi*,_\g fc ** i7 fo'Vi P^ clayi. io-ibeii liodtr T.IK -ir lB.sa p .i. Pamou. Mn MUrWM ^——^—__^^_ NATHANIEL CARMIB.H. Director CHAEL. Government Analyst Tk*H. S BOODHOO. Director cf urned home by B.W.I.A. from •!* Bcoohoo and Sons Ltd., of mdad on Sunday after a short British Guiana is now back m During his stay he took Barbados for a further holiday. He arrived last Sunday with hi> daughter Pamela on the Celotable after making a cruise to Jamaica. Mr. Boodhoo who had previously spent two weeks in Barbados expects lo remain until ScpOAMOII w J %  •28—Joly 1 M'J nolida he opportunitv t< ( visit varlou a) Indu>tnal Works. Among the many places he visihe Imperial College of \Krlcu1ture, lh' I inent Laboratory, nnd the Agricultural Department. He told "Carib" that he was very Impressed with all that he saw and was glad of tember 12. He Is a guest at i ninit) given him. He also Mayville. St. Lawrence. i'ld thai Trinidad shows grea". Also holidaying al "Mayville" I i UM '•'" 'i;ihes in the it Mr. Cameron Massiah, a Barirdustrial and scientific sphere. LBO July 24—Aag. 22 %  apt. 24—Od 29 %  CORPIO Oct. 24— MOT. 1 tp Ami About Again H in' ived thai MiIn Antigug. U 1/7/ llmiiiiiiTfc^EWS |: Skeene r* near rlices, TS\ Ptttllp. Who along: with other, recently took a Pitman's test In Elementary Arithmetic, have l-een sui eeatful. Mavis Newt*m obtained first-class honours. Earl Evtwu-k %  nd Ervino Armstrong obtained %  acond-clau. The exan wpi (held under the supervision of Mr. C, B. Ruck, F.l.l'S Short llolutuv ny friends will be glad hat Major J. R. M. Cave, I nag sufficiently recovered from hit illness as to be out and about again. Major Cave who is regarded as VflH. LIONEL GITTENS of ihc "father of Rifle Shooting" in IT* "Uornmgton". Collymore Barbados, spent the afternoon Jtutk, left UK Island on Sunday by with his favourite form of sport. B.W.I.A. for St Lucia vi.r,,.,.* hu "*• pracUee shoot was taking place on the Government Range the Major kept up a runnuti cinnmenUiry (out of ear shot of course! on the condition and 1 nl sh( .%  it:iinly the doyen tin ndand on Saturdar lgl l.v the ( .M1 marksmen who always seem Mdy Nrlsan fur St. Lucra where to turn in better performances she will spend n month's holiday, when he Is near. badian, resident In Curacao for ^C gamAUOi the past ten years as an employw OS—BSC 22 ee of C.P.I.M. He arrived here *""' ~—* !" recently by B.W.I A. and will he M „„ remaming for two months. ^ S^ffSL 21 May be tendency toward reckless nagg. Avoid sarcasm. * x> Take things In stride. There are matters thai could upset your plans If you don\ watch out. Retrench where you should till J more encouraging aspects prevail. • • • "A little with contentment is great gain" jL is excellent motto this not wholly pronm^ ing day. I>i some research, review mislakes and gains; get set for better days. J • • • Go about usual chores calmly; donl let outsiders bother vou. Behind the cloud )f there is a bright and happy period. Chin up' # %  * Might try toning down exuberance; do curb any excess activity. Day will be better spent If you take the happy-medium road id. • * You could make n fine record If true to your Sign's best traits. A little daring in jLbusiness may well be the difference in day's gains. * Majte no unnecessary changes; be especially careful in business affairs. Don't tear down unless you can rebuild better. jL. • • • Generally auspicious ouUook. Be sure vou led the right (conservative) road. ^ (usiLiaiii Mtn ON MIDNKSD4Y. SIPTIMBIB '" %  iu. uiapB \r>-*p a tM — a BACKE1T "i"l-l"> %  .* .4 BaM* — SI i ..iti — Tta. a ta*. Ttrhrli on R*l %  AdvocaM Stationary t. ill I V The Garden—St. Jatars TOBAY a ToMoaaow %  a* F.H | BSjBJgaj .(.Xls ) Kobctl An .oi. i %  No Visit to Baibadm L complete without visiting the famous terrace of i \ili\i:\\i. HOTEL (a ahart rUe freca Tasrait Overlooking and cOrnmanding the whole of v,o|,|HIM, BEACH Here sitting over the sea. in all the breetes that blow, m eaa drink its famous Planters ranch — or have Ll'NCH—TEA—or DINNatK or TEA ar COFFKE at 11 in. Aftei a hot shopping spell take a Bus or Taxi to CACRABANK and bring your costume for a swim to enjoy Its coolness. Ask for a leaflet of rate*. and look at it* rooms. Parltra far Lstnrh anal Dinner arranged. Dining Room on Trrrarr. Telephone SI48 and Mil. IIO Oil 41 llll 1 IBIS CROSSWORD ipend a xhort holiday. For SI. I.tivu: ,' I. S o. I.! S ', "J >"" standard of sh.Ktin B to-day. Hank Hall. St Michael, left Kg is otrtaJnl* the doyen of Treasure Hunt On Lake Huron A TREASLHE -HUNTING race is on In Lake Huron, between Canada and Michigan. The treasure Is 250.000 dollars (£89.000) worth of copper In a aunken schooner. The crew of the schooner Bercliff, with an electronic searching device, is racing lh* 160-ton "aandsucker" (dredge with sucking* mechanism) Snndcraft to find the prize. CALJFORNIA. one of .he country's important oil-producing areas, i impo ting oil It cannot supply Western America's needs. The Standard Oil Companj "' California Imports 2,000 tons of crude oil daily from Saudi Arabia and 3.000 from Sumatra and Borneo. THE DRAGONS went tb war against the Rorkcts—they are gangs of youngsters In tinBronx. And toduy three people are in .hospital with buUet wounds. Rupert's Spring Adventure-20 i thj> Pon^Ping ii '<• vf| well. Rupert ii : tuper bi| and mm bick '-.nd h> J san aani i e-in mi* b* nowh*rf m Ihrtlt <"P iht Imp. "Our p. i I e.n lh* plcr. hivr %  trttri iJti. Gamt *i w A"rf hi.U.hf nfl. Cadiz Has 'Water Turned Wine* Spring MADRID, Aug. 22 TIM p0pl -I CMUI ehUm ihat %  spring there gives water which AM %  !,.' I*?d by an. 4iru. Tiny RodritTue*. the Dragons strolled into spring" there ^ives water which lie men and two women wh<. Jackson-avenue with a long cardhas the same qu.il.ti.s ,,s wmtwere suffarin| from liver trouble boniflbox. Ghtldren were playThose who h;vdrunk Its water were cured after drinking two Ing Women with b.ilir* in laps sa\ it I se* of water from the Raring sat on the doontepg. Then Tiny rt ,f they had drunk .i Urge The Miidrld authorities are sendand rour of his gang ripped the quantity of trine, hut without ing experts lo investigate, and the Ud off the box. grabbed rifles hjavlng any "hang-over lor.il wine glowers, who are and started shooting. Police arDoctors who huve examined naturally worried, have also sent rested Tiny and two other Drapeopla after they hml drunk watei txparti to examine the water *0ns. from the spring agree that it hU from the spring e^&ssm 333311 This you do when purchasing a combination of world-famous names: FRIGIDAIRK by GENERAL MOTORS Our gleaming 7' a cu. ft. Frigidairc Deluxe Deluxe 9 cu. ft S57B.0O $67000 1 FRICrDAIRE DEEPFRF.EZK Deluxe 4 1 cu. ft $518.00 $850.00 14. R. II (IN II t>| „. 1 ad. !•<•" Iruil %|. i NOTICE HAVING SOLD OUR BRANCH STORK NO. 27. BROAD STRF.ET TO MR. GEORGE SAHELY ALL ACCOUNTS ARE PAYABLE AT T. R. EVANS (WIIITFIM.nS lilt.WC III NO. IV BROAD STHI R raONE : OFFICE 42W -:DEPTS. 1220 rT \' r* %  • 1 %  in j | 4 1 IT • %  '1 zu — H MldU.li Hi ajraai qusutv mode du o broKrn rtc#. (Bi ; ""is.^.? c '""' !" 10 roTM ll' *pollM. (If 11 On lh way out (3| Il Rdibi* trash. ti %  4 Manufactured by Bnaaa f 441 10 M** up ID Hit tat on*' lardw 11 Meutrai m Bc e.,_ ,. '2\ Tw from tifrr t locb*. nd to all CIUDS. ( %  airplane. I4I i>ti. II.'tha local hn UaS loud, mau I On Ui Cotrtrr. ill mu U iiMMawry. (t>( Sooiiifr of mn ? Not It t ( %  N. a nelp 10 |i aome ITOIT b. Pui off. -._.j to the eot Tase ou for t.... .'i ' rn i l "•Sue 10D. tfl %  Bird mat may br uin. (4) I*. Cr. usualir of pain. 141 IC OoDsumed. (3i BPTlSnft l i BSL"Jgita it %  *"li "• *nDle. J2. Has: 't* Jk#r;~te. aka 80 R*at4. Daal **. 1 **Wl. 3. Ailep: S7Ht.ru { %  J tr 5" : At*' 0*' • %  Cinnamon \\ Extremes, unpremeditat<|t action often -ft tempting and harmful. .a* Jan. 23 — Ttb W nlMI urgent, do not dig UT unnecessary Jaf ^ matters; let well enough alone in general. Attend to Important things first in smartly consistent way %  PiaoES M:i\ find it extra good going plus favoura^^ Tab. SI—March H nUnews during dav. Also helpful aid W ^C where least expected this somewhat unpredictable day. Heart interests in favour. YOU BORN TO-DAY: Innately steadfast, honest, sincere. Mf ^C Excellent reasoning faculties, often critical but always the friend of those who need merited assistance. Use well your ability and diplomatic qualities. Should take things with }L •& more ease; have confidence, too. Birthdate of: Henry George ^ author, political economist. * &f&f&f • &f • &f&f • &f&f&f aaaaaaaa * * COCKTAIL DANCE CRANE HOTEL In Aid of THE CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD Monday. Sth October (Bank-hallday) From 6 p.m. lo Midnight Music by Keith Campbell and the Society Six also the Jumping Jacks ADMISSION SI.$ %  Snacks Free iae Officers Mrmber* IA the ADVOCATE'S SOCIAL CU' Vndtr ihe Palrimage •'.' lh,Hon. V. C. fialr. MA..C. invite you to their DANCE at ihc Mill STEER DRILL HALL MONDAY NIGHT, 4TH OCTOBER I1S2 (Hunk h->li Green's Orchestra •1 iiMHiniiis —::— JDjincing from 9 p.m. TMtrU ..! i..r.li..'lti>mial Dress Optional i\o* WNI1I AM TSIS aiVBN DWAJtTS TrchnKolor gatra 1 HMI Short: Bay Aaa T H %  %  > r.4.. at ia r m III .,%  %  I r.. t .-.l -li-.l.l llilld'rn S|. I N1VI IIlne>l HtS a Than. al IM P m rn*y •I S a a M p.ai. Mr* A t. Siuarl" Uruir.S School Ptwmt* REVUEDEVILLE 19S2 St.irnnn p-nl MD4ltIKn 1 Mrrl* OBFRUN Thar, a-if 4SS a %  -• 1111 110001 1 si I Suiiing 1 A.n.r HOBjarra and 1 III1H HI SHANDS lih 1 rmlyn WIUJAMS Eva ARDEN optaias PrMai 4 st a a is 1 (ISIARON am HOT *Tr.l. IHE BIG CARNIVAL 4 at a %  is 1. *t COOPEH Ta-aas ( %  a •• Hi>n.' Tlenir* Arllna naberta Till III Ml III I M %  tp r raosi SAN LOKENXO SUrrlnc an HEN Al JX) 1*0 aiiM.m w. a rar. a* a %  aa rnsaj 1 as % %  >'. I.l... I 111' II >..! %  %  YTtiN Dui as ini'iin I BOOM and CASINO re KOIII %  %  IIIIIIK Soon CAVE OF THE OUTLAW rnr BM>I> N a/llh WtibrH NrWTCft 1 Phil HH.WN lr,4a. al B.aa p m rar*rtl prrtom,• nrr of Madaai O'Und) and Troupa CA4< NIOHT* I..--, |,| OUI ' fe a. i|.._. i 111 4 sosi, Susan HAYWARD :o IN Ml HI SHI Ror, CALHOURN OPENING FKIDAV — J S.ll P.M. IVDIA BAIVLX ? %  *? PL/iZA THEATRE* BRHK;friOWN nint from Wamar Broa. RETREAT HELL l 11 a TBI BI IS a -"-am KKHIH. rT-VNN ACTION DoflllX KOI'KV ISOIMAK and ( set \is in uiiii |UI\ is/\ iniiiuRns SIM TOD** 1 si a s.sa t m. •nan' Naw 11,1 "INSIUK Mil WALLS if roi -OSI FBHIOS 1 %  a as 9 %  %  IO THC VIITUI %  •OAM A IIMTANT DBI~MH Oan cx*ta< 1 HI an *p*ial I " f 1 .-i.h La Hill'. Dftiiblr imiSllIK BSVK.NO). %  Ill ll Ml IOI OIST1N (Dial SIM) OU.sY laalfi 4.U -'•! %  1 %  I IK !>.. .1. raONTTKR HI w Ni, 'IIUK CITY BON AN/4 te* \J I I N TTie Arl MM) a CoKpoy 1,1 SMI S ^f mil:ianlT> 4 U %  %  -.raiMi KONU m HAYE S< ATRBLOO '.O enjoy writing perfection with S&t^tStOoA Fountain Pens 1 of students all orcr the world choose ia their Fstcrbrook Fountain Pens axactlr (he right point (or the way they write. Is — hreear's Marge is.siHs n of "Renew-Poinu" lets you select exactly the right point for such varied writing assignments-as bookkeeping, shorthand, penmanship and other school tasks. Onlv Esterbrook provides the "personal" point that gives n*t*r*t uriung aeie ... so important for the good penmanship that teachers prefer. Cfcaaaa nW bfaearseir Fountain Pen that's right for you, ar your stationery counter! __ —— — • 1 M no in \\i run THE 1 wot \xi fii#;vi (.LOHi: THLATRL. Rorburk Street announces Uiat as from Friday. September Sth. 195?. there wiU be change, in tinseating arrangement and the admlseion prices of the HOUSE SECTION of the thearre. A CIRCLI SECTION wUl inIntroduced at rheaper admbwlon price* than thr HOL'SE si: LION. The first 8 rows in the present House section shall I % % %  HOUSE and the last eight rows in the Present House Section will be the CIRCLE. This is intended to benefit our patrons who are called upon to pay transportation fares to get to the GLOBE. We have decided to reduce the admission Price of our PIT SECTION for the same reason. OUR FRONT TICKET BOOTH will carry TWO CASHIERS—one will serve our Hanae and Circle Patrons, and the other Balcony and Box Patrons exclusively. The seating arrangement and prices will go into effect as fiom Friday. September Sth. 152. when patrons will see Twrnlirth Centurv Fox mighty Melodrama—LVDIA BAILEY OUR PRICES WILL BE Pit 12c. Circle 24c.. Haase 36c Balcony 6c.. Hoses 72e. CHILDREN—Halt Pglce a> Matinee* In Circle. House and Balcony THE MANAGEMENT. GLOBE THEATRE. Te •eJecf ar ro*faca Bore's afl yov do. MATCHED PIN AND PENCIL SIT Match your Eaierbrook Fountain Pen with an Fsierbrook Push-Pencil — Standard or 1 hi a Lead Model. A push on the top feeds the lead as needed. Holds two foot of lead. Writes for mootfai without refilling. Load oevtr Mobble*. never jama. AMERICA'S FIRST PIN MAKE* fMrs. 71. £. Stuart's School of ^Dancing Presents REVUEDEVILLE 1952 Under Ihe distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage AT EMPIRE THEATRE On Wednesday 3rd., Thursday 4th.. Friday SIh September at 8.30 p.m. MATINEE: Friday SIh at 5 p.m. Music by Capl. Raison. A.R.C.M.. and Police Bund BOOKING OFFICE OPENS EVERY DAY From a.JO ..m. — 12 Noon — Fr.m 1.30 a.m. — a JO P m Boxr. A Orcherirm I 1-8 IL— '••• Bataai


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, September 02, 1952
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952
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Big Three Reject Present
Form Of Soviet Proposals
Will Accept Further , ;-----~-
Diplomatic Exchanges \J*"W Pllots Get.
Glimpse Of Russia
thmam.au s4>i aki:
(By J. C THALER)
LONDON. September I.
REPRESENTATIVES of the Big Three Western pow-
"is opened the first round of consultations at the Foreign
JHfice on Monday on a reply to the Kremlin's latest pro-
posals for a four power meeting on Germany. They were
reliably reported to be in agreement that the Soviet pro-
posals are not acceptable in their present form, but that.
dewpite their rejection, the West will leave the door open
for further diplomatic exchanges
The British Deputy Under---------
Secretary of Stale for Foreigr
Affairs, Frank Roberts. IS -
bassy Secretary Robert Hooker.
and the French Embassy Coun-
sellor Etlenne !>i Chanel are con-
ducting the umlka which were
expected to last uboul a fortnight.
The Western consultations co-
incided wilh a report reaching
London that East Germany's lop
i/ommumst leaders were negoti-
ating defence arrangements wilh
the Soviet In Moscow. The reports
claimed thai l*rimc Minister Otto
(Trolewohl and his c'e.Mily Party
Secretary General. Walter Ul-
bricht were drafting a mutual
defence pact with Russia on lines
of military agreements between
Moscow and other eastern Euro-
pean satellite states.U.P.
In London For
Banana Talks
(From Our Own Cwrrapondrni
LONDON, Sept. I
Bustamnnte flew into London
to-day to discuss w.th the Food
Ministry "a very delicate mat-
ter" of bananas.
He wore a "pepper and salt"
tweed, >ult with his usual starch-
ed shirt and white bow tie.
"Our agreement with Britain
for bulk purchase of bananas If
due to end in two years time''
he explained. "We are here to
discuss future marketing ar-
rangements".
Does Jamaica wlh to end th"
bulk purchase agreement before
it* scheduled time?" "It is what
we are here for." said
ILK. Should
Ease Blockade
Of Iran
The
WASHINGTON. Sept. I.
Washington Past said in
editorial on Monday thai
Britain wen- to nssU hei BCO-
nomic blockade of Iran, the
Iranian Prime Minister Moham-
med Mossadegh might be more
in a mood to negotiate the oil
dispute fairly.
The Past declared that Mossa-
degh's "unceremonious rejection"
.f the American-British proposal
TO end the oil impasse and i>ui
Iran back on its feet was perhaps
to be expected. It shows thut
Mossadegh, for all his recent ap-
pearance of reasonable! ie>'-. is-
just aa extremist and Igst
as ever. It also shows thai he I*
willing to puh his bargaining
powtf to the very brink of dis-
aster When nil this is said how-
ever, there is no alternative but
to try again.
There Lave been reports thai
the Iranian policy Is directed ;t
dividing the United States and
Britain on the oil issue This
country cannot afford to overlook
the British slake, even though the
American approach ought lo be
independent. Bui is there not a
middle way? Would ii not be an
earnest of good faith if Brit .in
were to relax her economic block-
Busla-' nrir of Iran' Once oil were flnw-
> ing again, Mossadegh miaht be
This evening inite.-d of giv-: in more of I mood to negotiate
ing his usual reception in pre**-'fairly In any case, al IhU.point
men. Busta was "too tie** aad.MA Ibe
rested". Caller- were po'ltely I ittii<
told to "come tomorrow." attempt v.
dunaitc Iharc would ha
to lose by making the
(By ROBERT GIBSON)
Aboard the U.SS "Boxer" off Korea, Sept. 1
NAVY PELOTS looked into Soviet Russia on MonuV
on a Korean combat mission and saw "no Hags, po people
and no M.I.Ci.'s, but plenty of mountains." Russia l*>
only a iw nulo from the oil refinery at A<>fi and 30 mile
trotn the Oron Mine hydrogen plant at Musan. targets c
Monday1! Navy raid in Western Korea
On the northern frontier of------------
Korea- a thin strip of Manchuiianl
rum between Korea and I
the Soviet maritime province
Aojl kg (fares and ; half miles from1
irian Una. .md 12 mine
from the nearest Soviet leiiiii.n
Any Russians nn the border
outd heat the thunderous esplo-
i ions see mlumns of smoke and
ul watch the zooming
y fighters as they attacked
the Aon reentry Urltod Nations'
plane* had ntvti beiore attacked
that close
Russia was biigln, -.unny, and
quiet, said Lieutenant Oomnuuv
dor Gordon Sherwood of Salt
I..ike City, Utah. "There were no
Hags, no people, no M.I.Gs- but
plenty .if mountains." Lieutenant
Commander Ward Miller of Santa
Rosa, California said: "We had an
Hi tUant vttw of Russia. We wrrc
very careful not to cross the bor-
.." .c \ ; . tli.1
there wag nothing much Bare
orti th.rn' is Wry rough
terrain, like Colorado or Ihe
Rocky Mountains We couldn't see
any people because we were too
far away."
\ ptM finm the carrier Essex
reported seeing two "unidentified
iirobably jets, 10 milea
ot so away. The pilot said that
the planes were more than W.fOO
feet high and flew at top speed
IP
Yoshida Says
Japan Is Not
Re-arming
TOKYO lapt i.
Premier Shlgmi Yoahlv*
itemed on Monday the ih.ira,.
by his political opponenU thi
Japan Is beginning to rc-urir.
Yoshida said that full-scale re-
armament for his country I im-
possible If for no other ream,
h m that Japan cannot affon
t
His opponent* had ihrnget
that the fact that Japan l ipend-
ing about WW.M0.MH) a year lo>
lefente const it u ted In afl*ri
re urm&ment programme. Hi
said that the charg- is utterly
ridiculous," especially when
Japan's defence appropriate
are compared with those of ',1*
United States and Britain. Jnpat1
maintain- -. national poltc
reserve organized on an arm'
OBttern and j> roast gii.irrl palm'
They -ire officially called enir
It* rbrrii "IT l*i
Adenauer Returns
With "Basket
Of Problems"
BONN. getf
i i iiot Konrad gjdaoaticff
I lo work on Monday wiih
I "basket" full <>t problem
ing lo be settled. The 7fl.year-
old West Oermnn Chancellor, who
has been vacationing in Switzer-
land, will within a fortnight
wand three Itiiernatlonal coafer
ences.
On Wednesday and Ftloaj
Adenauer meets with h's Cnhuet
lo discuss Ihe Saar quertii .
Set uman plan, restitutlori to Israel
ana the coming Parhamemn y
flghi for ihe ralifleation of the
We*t Get man Peace Treaty and
the European Army pact.
Next week Adenauer goes to
Nuremburg to preside over Iho
, .dv^ceby "general radio broad^s and SUTSiS&SSBfJS,
ider the pre-altack warning pniRiamme ,h, s ,.ir ,,,,,, wM1 ,*,*]>
N. Koreans Warned
Of Air Attacks
FIFTH ABKFORCE. Korea. Sept. 1.
FIFTH AIR FORCE OFFICERS said on Mt-ndav that
North Korean targets selected for air attack
.everal days in advai
leaflets dropped unde; -..
adopted last month. However, the -.dual citv o- villas
to be bombed is not named. General warnmK leaflets au-
usually dropped several times on th. target selecte-i
Final'warning, when bror-dcastin,; is used is made 13
minutes before the first wave hits thetarRet nghl up o
the minute that the first bomb is dropped. hUL
Finally, there are final p.t.attack "We Told \ou So
leaflets
A Stii J tor Force spokesman re-
vealed th original list of 78 tar-
gets and added that eH*ta "g
.illages i .ay be removed or r.dUed
to the order of priorities. The
actual target list changes in num-
ber up and down the scale, and
can be any set figure.
"The general warning, which i
designed for psychological effect
as a morale weapon for the whole
of North Korea, reads: "People of
North Korea. Pcmain tuned to
Rmllo Seoul for .n nnnouneement
important to your welfare." Froi
15 m nut'-, before the planes nf
Ear over the target until it
mbs actually begin lo drop*
Seoul Radio broadcasts: "We Inter
lupt this programme in bring you
a special bomb warning to the
rltirens rrT (name of eit.v > T'.
is urgent. United Nations bobb-
ers will destroy Communist w;n
supplier, industries and nvlitary
targets in your town tonight. I
will repeat that. United Nettoni
bombers will be over tonight ug
destroy military largeu. Leii; e
the city DOW. Seek hhelt i (>
out of Ihe danger area. Lnitjd
Nations wants to save your lii*'
United Nations Air Force seeks
only to destroy Ihe war nuuaVU
of the Communist aggressoi
Don't be destroyed with thei
Leave trje city now." If.
probably
i be will K"
Trea
probl'
alaed, Fron. th
H-itue to sl|
undei whidi West deliver 7iS.noo,ooo worth of good#
in Israel as restitution foi crime*
the Naris rommtlM agnlml the
Jews.
After thai the Chancellor was
> xuected 10 pusli to SlrB^rXlu^g
fo. ihr meeting of the Counell of
Buropean rorttgh Ministers, the
se ioi. at which he -vill rmoe Ihe
;- rman claim lhat l>mo-
i needoms do not exist in
Ihe Saur under Fiench -.lewlrd-
shlp since 1945. In the mean-
time. Adenauer must map a
programme for the last session of
Parliament i>cf*.> next vrjr'-
IP.
19 Dead In
Collision
iFiam Oat 0b ('rrt*aaa'li
KINGSTON, J'ca.. Scp 1
Nineteen persons were vtolrnlb
k 11M vhrr u diesel rail eipr*.
crashed into a truck at a level
crowing. 35 mile out df Kinwion
on Sunday. Six other passfiigirs
of the Iruck Including the dri ei
were injured and are m ndbrtil
The iruck was con*'eying a gr-up
10 Vemam F'etd. aliardDi United States base, to the first
Motor Rally In Jamaica to IN
auto races, airplane stunts md
motor o'ele race. when In trjlnl
to beat the train over the crowi ir
f failed.
The truck was smasheo i.i.i
bodies Uttered the scene In tht
worst road and rail accident In
Jamaica ihxe tbe Balaclav*
rallmenl in I9 Eighteen P.-d
on the rpot and one ilied m bf-
pltal this mornhiK.
11 was a week-end ot Itcaju
'in Jamaica. Returning (rum I e
motor rally al Vernam Field, a
girl fell nfl tht pillion seal of a
motM itlifr cycUtt was killtd ui Km,-
ion in ,i rullislon with a imck ard
a boy drowned In a pond in tt*e
countryside bringing the cejitn
tll lo 22.
Fifteen persons were injured all
a truck overturned ueai BUnde-l
ville and other week-end art -
dent* brought the total of injund
peraom to 24. making a grand
total of 42 deaths and over I'll
uijured in jccidcnts, principal])'
on ihe eoasl for the inontri
Augu.1
l Ueisn A, llamea a Co,
I.id "Hided in 1'rafaig.ir
Square shurtl> aflci uiid-
terdai They weic
bolh laden inth ceatenl >mi
Hrtre irjveliing through
Trafalgar Squuiv from the
direction of the whall.
One loin M 23tit Wal
drlvtB oy Medford llink-
MTi of Vauxhall, Christ
Church and anotlui lo 11
M- 2813 was driven by
Charles Campbell of The
Ivy.
There was no serious
damage but the rear wheels
were locked and one lorry
was wedged again.-! Ihe
pavement around the Pub-
lic Hulldings.
Trafni- was held up tem-
porarily wiiilr the Pnlirc
took mea'urementt and
statements
Library's
New System
h Successful
The inlioductlon uf lin pea
r lending books at thi
Inibll Ubrary, whci-eby borrow*
era may take three I -"!< II
f two .i~ pnviousiy. Iul^ proved
eceatful and hat resulted In an
iirreue In circulation. Miss Uet-
y Griffith Acting PubUi Ubra*
nan said Iftetei gay
Under this new s>t'in. Ii-r-
i>wers in. at ml KM tan ou<
Uona and a non-i-1
iltirnaUvei] one flotloD i
i.on-lltlioni or tbret noi.
The introduction of the system
was to meet the demand for more
lotion
Meanwhile. Library Authori-
iles plan to place ovtl 400 D l
books on preview at Ihe Library
on tomorrow mnming. and these
will go into cirrulatlon on the
foUowlnj Saturday morning at 9
.'clock On Thursday night at
fl.05 o'clock. Miss Gnfflth will
tf a short broadcast over the
llflusion Service entitled New
Books at th* Public Library, in
which she will ipenk oi the hooks
which will be put in*o clrculntlon.
In an effort lo revive inten--t
at the Deposit Stations In the
Country districts, Ihe Aetlng Li-
brarian will visit some of the I mid
lurgei Slatinns where ihe will
address ttormwer* on such Mini.
HOW to Select Books", and
iw pan of thk scheme .be wrlll
Ihe St Clement -
IV|..>:t Station ihli flfternoon.
Col Engineer Goes On
Prr-Relirement Leave
1HK ADVOCATE" utuieratands that Mi T. K. Wcw .
M B.E., Cokalll EnRineer, hasgone on leave prior li t>
tlremenl ti m Ihi Mrvlce. The cause of retirement s
.11 health.
Ill Went joined the s 'ivice in 1913 and s<> i\ 0,.-
end nf hli leave will have c<"mpleied 40 years' service-
,i. .-.n u iIiivn in
i' he was .. elei k .nut -ei -
Ihi Petty IH*ht I'ouit. i <
.i.i-nate>' i'..in U the i' 1*1 III IJ and the O -
oaial Secretariat. In IW he
ipi-ilnled OpVerssssVaM
rirrn along ** nti
Inspector at li"
Another
Industry
For Bdos>
UARBADOS U i,ki !>
inother tnciustiy When M.
Coppin. retired Ciovernrnen- .\u-
lyst return] from Cnglar...
.mother teir* weeks.
The Barha-
. .. i i, .
Bank
ire invc

*250.(MMJ to
UnSilce \
-> I a n t t<.
miiiur^ctuir
*ilee frr.in
..nut
with
I
ncl In
UK (
.iry machinery n ntenl *vlil be i.u.ved at
11 111 M ea vhent tb*-
Lank purchaw nf land
r ,1 .it pivpai inw
.

'.. .-|T. ...
>nt iti- naturfXafjee l'pe line wan
U*^-f,*y- "*S' t*KI* w*5
uppetd y*^i>"*!nis tdev
-etter Uf'jt*C-'<- Hted U
y,1eTV> line thnun
x *>- nt ..uryinsj
if^t, r.>r4ier BWay friuiC.
sal wejir.
i* > is*< known xacfiy
| '" -I ini m t" wfk
-
iiu T4**^jj;c**efiirT
1%.I
\ ooma
inent
uildtnu *11^ "j,* ..
\li i 1.,1|>iTN-*fc-hiWh.is
i>m<
For Course *
In Sanilulion
reiihn
i- datUfl
W..T, -
\ I',
uis he served n the HtafI nf t!n
lovost Marshal hik) Official A--
Ihg vetu '"'' taren
h ,i ti. Waterwork He
olned Ihe Englneermi
iftet Ihi lepnraUon '
gj ,:! and the Pub
forkg Pepeeawenl ha IsgeeaiM ae
ptckH of the PubUi Work(
Kjwrtmeni. and kM Reeon
tant
Ha acted .is Qolcjnlnl atagdaei i
md w
I "ii iliiwiiiignneai ,k in- exlenolve imowksdjja <
nldliiK " 'I* i'lindliiw Ot
riuneti
I'uiilU Mi Went was BMKktll
lo nn top peel !> Ihe gre >t
itisfaciioii of the en
.1 -lie general publu1 Hul M
in UmnniKliiiess ami alle- .
,1,1'v which imderTTiln- I
I hU'heal*. At S8 he ha- been
impelled in "throw in Die ,
tinge", but hla many frteml-
h him i
inpteta recover] to good health ,
It inj happy years to come
i-Mi.ini hi 'h**eti
cHmtrmm >"' aeeardinn hin
-..v...... - *- rMm
ntk done." Ho left n.rhadns on
4th hy the SS, C
expected to return hn '>
afrlu
Kv.i S.,-,.i In |- ......I
luiiih BmU N n in eape
lat*i norbado. nn Thur*-) .^^- .^_
hen) theyi _.
Healt iSF.NHOWErT ATTACKS
B .,
i .
p.. two Inaw to i I il
i | toifM
l'n i.ini .n Mi . M ii , ! ,! I.
Meal Orderccl
From \. Zealand
Up lo ihe prastnl 13
ivh'. nunet from Barbadoi
i.i i- Jamali i
The differenrt is dm- to Ihe Feel
trail a year ago when the gftlec-
tniii wan made, nn muses passed
tbe test d m (ou laspeetorg
.....lanead "i two,
I Thl It pn of |
Ioversea" inininj far tocal pef>
i ul
DEMOCRATIC LEADER
nkw yORK Sept. i
Dwighl Eisenhower angrily at-
mked on Monday an aQetMl
effort l> the K..U..I Ken.ih l i .
,i 5iiHi cnmpetgn eon-
iribulionN from Gwriiuii'in
n ii that they
. ,,,,1.i |i-. then |ol. .not tl <
ll.publu.ins win the Nnveini-T
I I" _________
77//. SEA KGC;
SKA.SON OPENS
The- tn -Uk' a%Maon Iwrgnn '-e-
i.n- mornlnR, and housewives
illj wtH wescuftae Hill Item
f fotMi i> hselp relieve th* pie-*etit
-i !shm-tag,e
in trw Si Philip .in.l I'hrlax
I-, mainl) tiMere were
i. .. iiu: i.' .ti
i hau*
nlv I | . howevei oejgi
ii. int" lull ^wirut.
las) month the total uimmnt of
h cHusfht i.mi markelsNl in the
-'
I
.iitli. TWO tl'Ki .nil!. Mag
,-ied and forty-two pounde
n'keti-c I ti- (! I
BOfl pounds in tin- mocktl
iy
A ivcn tsy the orTleer in chnrge of
he marketing <-i flail In th-
lartgagt, the largest amount ol ilsh
nn oimsht In 'he ae-lne net. Thia
t..t t.. IHR?
ere otUi "' II
!, h and
n.tniiite.-l to 14?
Aa uaalnsl ttstaVg AgfurVsl, in tin
month of July. 5fio ii>; ol rbrtngf
Ii %ere marketeii. :tJ I 11> of
rkalpaaln] 44ft Iba. of bill nsh; 1.794
Ibe .f shai k. ii i li "H-
and '2.1(4 5 lb*, of hah raugh' irv
WHr.kt CAVt EXPLORER MET DEATH
Ecuador Gete
New Presidenl
QUITO. Sept 1
Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra be-
gan his four-year term as Presi-
dent o' Ecuador today with the
announced Intention of seeking
constitutional reform. Velasco
Ibarra .n sworn in Insl night In
an impressive ceremony in the
Capitol, taking the reins of the
government from former- Presi-
dent Anlo Ara
Speaking before the galleries
pocked with special diplomatic-
mission-, from all parts of th'-
world and over loudspcdkers to
huge crowds in Ihe streets. Vel-
asco Ibarra "aid that constitu-
tional reform was essential^to g'-l
the country out of "misery".
He said the reform of the 1946
charter was necessary 'because
onlv vigorous executive powei
carrying out a single plan that
begins with whal > indispensable
and gradually attains to luxuries
can bring about Ecuador's desire]
for administrative honesty nnd
the recovery ot lost time in reali-|
zat'on of the public's transcenden-
tal national importance that will)
relieve our state of backwardness
;mH misery "I'-l"
Projeete Begin
FUNERAL SIRVICIS are held for bMu trMiist-expiorar Marcel Loubana
la cave in which *>( met i 'h n.,' Lam Alafgaj in the
. nvlkinMef
: of rearue team.
|
H
Skipped and he (til IM I (lnWnuili*iU;
KINGSTON
Tho University Collage of tht
rt'eit Indie- wa* in the
tliree projects connect' i
Kith this inatllution ^oi umk:
j> in Jamaica.
F DR was the openini' of ti
i Wl hospilai wliii"
w first patiirfiU this mocali.g
'bas opining up new medici
gajrea facilities. Kir", man i
was a labourer who fell fror
'i ackee 'ree .it Mons proper.;'
' motnlnu Second
aeamg of a B.W.I Adult Ed i-
tlnn seminar under the Char-
-ainhip of Norman Fistn
hief JVlucalion Ohlcer of Mav
<-bester. England. Delcgati
Ihe conference come from 'II
over the West Indies including
non-British territories and evn
'-m the Gold Coart
Third wa* the opening ol r.e
R EC Rxerutive meetin* to
russ the ijlure flnBnce< i>f
University
A Warm Hay
n a temperature of 90 di-treei
the shade waterfront -nrkers
ted yesterday. Some of th
go thry were haridllng might
have been refreshing but tended
to give more warmth and pleasure
rather than relief from the h-at
For example the JmAim fiob- rtt
was loading 700 carton- nf Gold
Brsld rum fr-r Trinidad. 2-0 bsr-
reto and 140 cartons of th '.me
l.roduel lot Nassau
The M.V. Caribbe- was aUn
loading rum. this lime nne drum
Man Dips After
I'all lrom liOrr\
Followmii the lug niwght in
Aiistiali.i this year, meat stores
here whit!) have iill U00| been
getting their meat supplies from |llHllll ,.llirkf uf j^g^ s,
Australia have harl to tend Mi. I....-1. dml at Ui- General Hop-
orders to New Zealand to .T-i pit! t,t ibOUt I 20 n in on Sou-
th* meat shortage that would ,iay afiPr being Involved In U
result. i |)| on "WilnlH'llr !t".l. o|.-
:il meat lerdrtv lhat tht) pnaal to aeal mus day
Itti Australia mainl> becaiUi rlark- nd Ihi tt
i more regular siiipplnK tvehi siitm.' en lop ol eaoi
iuatri eh was kui*d on m
WW Indli Whlk '-" ; i|'1 Sooera
l> her. I .....
Zealand gOM I < I..... J '" M''1(1""'.
Thi, inggw thai local dealer. ..",. "*"> '" ,l" '
hi ... i.> gand > Uirea-fflOnUl unjpltal m 4
' ,|,,on- A *" ""M" ""11111.-
wo-monlh ort Ui i erformed hi I). A
luring llu.- cotnrni '
Immediately the .1 naught
Jen was appreciated, local deal*.
i> liuirie-i on orders to Ne.
Zealand, ano with a nood vtotk
it present, and anolhei Inrfe-
month supply ontaTi
be no meal ahortagf foi the
d-, -ft', ,,-i.r. Hams for
Chrlatrras have Blio bean orderel.
Ne'
ilepeniia a great deal on Iho
amount of rain A'i-t.,ili.. geH In
comliiK ntonthi,
Feisal To (ftterve
Irrigation Works
Hr-liiprilralioiT
Of Nttfies Begtoi
rf Nurser
'i
and nurses wlv. p
I t* Mhrag an tad thi end
I the month may do vi at
II one hllling for eaeh hnd under
i -itlch they register
Then from the
"'. the
I 0f
i nder earh head, gflor whl
SrMraUm will owl S Mi
BMMQto Maker, of Ihe)
WORLD'S CHAMPION
CYCLE
<',A\-i
uis angki.es. Bepf i
im'pMi.i Jv5ley ^wrsin he^w.li' LOCAL RICE SH0RTACE
inigation -noth-ids The W|y CONTINUE
ild monarch tald IM irarrsl attadcD
his r(/untr> had plonlr of water.' UflIII. WCIUOtK
build IN Irrlg
The piesent rlc gaortagi "II
-continue up lo about October -
King Feisal apenl tho week-end,
isitlng Hollyw.-iod film studiosi. ,
-I t.' rteadlng the University of ^11 have
i at Ixw Angehn nnd the tnbutioiu
incrrhanl told the Advaeae
i' ii that there will
iMnwhik, lin'
that it will
end eartom of Mount Gi'
He told a group of JO sludente___
that Ihev -tioulo Th,, ,{ gagtaff]
sadors lor our country" because l(, uw *n weather Britbh G
"Heat* have been ciperiei..
well informed ubout thciThli has cnuiid mi"
ihorlage n relieved in Octo-
-ftr.
You are m a "^-----^
WINNER when you ride a Raleigh!
A Raleigh wss lb* choke of Keg Ham World's
ProaVMiuoaJ Sprint Champioa for tbe sec*>nd year in
soccewiau. Ilere u proof o* cbe -isdom of buying;
jour bicTcle friii j Company wilh tucb great
techoacal experience and kiniwledgx that dcsigncU
and built the record-breakjng RALKIGH.
RALEIGH
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PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, ^FPTFMBF.R 2. 15J
gahib Qaltinq
BY THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBBR
a Case Figure
SIB GEORGE SEEL K C M.G .
Comptroller of De\
Mkd Welfare r i
Chairman of the Caribbeai
mission, returned frnn
the weekend wbert t<
arttendrd Meeting of the Hoard
nl Trustc ..(
DpmnUsjsioo Provtdcnl t
hr \-.t^ Chairman
Ckri'l>'ii''l
THE infan! sor, uf Mi il
Cecil McCartney
Reserve, Tmuda Graham Wl I lough by by He\
Prank Pemberton nl Si
Church yeaterday afternoon
The godparents f Ihf Infant
ate fer. Tony Gale. Mi. Ian Galr
and Miss Gillian Gale
Hiirrinl In r'.n/eluml
ThV marriage took place on
the 30th Auj(u>i Hi
Chapel Royal. Hampton Court
Palace of Miss M-igarvl Elizabeth
Goodman, only daughter of the
late Mr. TraffOrd Goodman ana
Mrs. Goodman of Hampton, Eng-
land to Mr Alan CBflord
Dawt, son of Mr. and Mrs Ches-
terton Dnwr M London. Mr. Tral-
ford Goodman a Magistral* tier.
was tha Oltfv son of the late Mr
Percy Goodman, famous Head-
master of the Boys' Foundation
School.
Sprit I Fivr Urrk*
MISS DOROTHY CLAIR-
MONTE, daughter of Mr sik!
Mrs. F. A. C Clatrmontc and
Assistant Mistress of the Girl
Foundation School, returned lion *
by B.W.1JL from St Li
Sunday. She had been *
five weeks' holiday there.
MR. FRANK CLARKE,
Mr. and Mrs T. A. D Clarke
Of 7th Aviv Belleville, returned
home on Friday hy B.W.I A. from
Asttlgu-. where he had beei
Bpendlng almost thr week-' ho)
"Arriving from Antigua by IhefV Aug"V q",e1.w
game opportunity on Friday wa Jf*J" s c^"""^ Church -t 5
Mr. Jimiriy Tappln. Ion of Dentist "dock when Mr Odor* Ashley
A. S. Tappln and Mrs. Tappln of Pokering took as his bride Miss
Lodge Road, Christ Church. Jim- Gloria Anita Cox, daughh | ,i M,
' alan spent almost three weeks' and Mr*. Cox of Martlndale's
Road
Ciinurtitiil'ili'.n-
AMU
- > Nicer W. F Lamb
ratarji and
Mark Young a
formet G I r'>ado*. and
.' .l.iti'uied with
.rmany, has been
I Iroup
- up, hag Itffn known to law
-igh his violin durin
. , ,,f . paaaaaa, and the story
MUSIC crttk congratulated
orchestra Ihc other day
'not allowing emotion to
murfeie with the flow of the
music." The most likely man to
become hysterical in an orchestra
is the cymbalist, owing a ''
tension of walthig. Inactive, for
An excitable violinist
eaaan
loud
the
North Atlantic Treats- frenzied trombonist who blew -
trsani'ation (NATO.) set-up in mall man out of his seat in the
V-t.mgton front row of tha stalls Is too wtil
Oroup Cap) Lamb was married known to be repeated.
o the former Mi* E. B Poogte"
Ir-well, daughter of Mr ind Mrs
Jorroan Howell of Olen-ose.
Th.ir son David will
is education in England. .
SONG RECITAL
ml-f Ihr patron**' of Sir A1U
L find what your outlook Is, according; to the stars.
Listening I fours
Could be more encouraging for material
March 21April to interests but maybe this is well, it will
revive new interest. Day urges unselfish- *d,
ness. honest effort.

As for most, to-day says turn more thought ]L
(p. ff.TV.il. ilt^klA t.ff*.i* ft Jin* Via (IahB '
TATTSDI
aku B mm *>
1. IJ _^
M
Ilium On llnliilny
I S S JUAN HARRISON,
ughter ol Mr. and Mrs
p m LaMar. S 11 am rii.r
iM>rvad* Ctwmrla. ( M p m
fcfaurln*. IS p m Mm< Ttvr Co)
Sporu ll'iumH
to family, intimate affairs. It can be done
witnotrt .eglecting business or other mat-
ters. ^
*
Where extra work and thinking Is required,
May 21Jane 81 Jp it cheerful!., donl rttPX loo qui-kl, jL
' uro* uier,
irj heM in lio.noo bat! as a
-.. -.tneti in the New York
proa* She eaa arrested a few
ifttf l.i-r -nbandbalKedat
,. .,.:. .. ... .-, i
? m iff il'.- r
imunlly if* ferae! tonal.
l,hiirl U i-ililhig
*0N T,IUIISI>AY afternoon Mlh
. \\J August, a c|iilet
. i. Harrison <>f Seascape", --'>
came over on Thurs-
1 ay last by T.C'.A from Canada
. > spend a holiday with Tier --------
1 IS p m Rrndnto.... t S p m P..-
loan left here in 1950 for Carle- p'^,'1 B^ds^K^t^l* i"ii V^*"*S""
tin College, Ottawa, to study Pnas nnuin. 4s i- m inwtimt*. s
ne returns home p " .fro T"' *"""*liv " pJT
tar to spend the long holi- *,_\g fc ** i7 fo'Vi p^
clayi. io-ibeii liodtr T.ik -ir lB.sa p .i. Pam-
ou. Mn
MUrWM ^^__^^_
NATHANIEL CARMI- B.H. Director
CHAEL. Government Analyst Tk*H. S BOODHOO. Director cf
urned home by B.W.I.A. from !* Bcoohoo and Sons Ltd., of
mdad on Sunday after a short British Guiana is now back m
During his stay he took Barbados for a further holiday.
He arrived last Sunday with hi>
daughter Pamela on the Celota-
ble after making a cruise to
Jamaica.
Mr. Boodhoo who had previ-
ously spent two weeks in Barba-
dos expects lo remain until Scp-
OAMOII
w J - 28Joly 1
M'J
nolida
he opportunitv t<( visit varlou
a) Indu>tnal Works.
Among the many places he vis-
ihe Imperial College of
\Krlcu1ture, lh' I
inent Laboratory, nnd the Agricul-
tural Department. He told "Carib"
that he was very Impressed with .
all that he saw and was glad of tember 12. He Is a guest at
i ninit) given him. He also Mayville. St. Lawrence.
i'ld thai Trinidad shows grea". Also holidaying al "Mayville"
I i Um ''" 'i;ihes in the it Mr. Cameron Massiah, a Bar-
irdustrial and scientific sphere.
LBO
July 24Aag. 22
apt. 24Od 29
CORPIO
Oct. 24Mot. 1
tp Ami About Again
H in'
ived thai
Mi-
In Antigug.
U 1/7/ llmiiiiii-
Tfc^EWS |:
Skeene r* near rlices, TS\ Ptttllp.
Who along: with other, recently
took a Pitman's test In Elemen-
tary Arithmetic, have l-een sui -
eeatful. Mavis Newt*m obtained
first-class honours. Earl Evtwu-k
nd Ervino Armstrong obtained
acond-clau. The exan
wpi (held under the supervision
of Mr. C, B. Ruck, F.l.l'S
Short llolutuv
ny friends will be glad
hat Major J. R. M. Cave,
I nag sufficiently recovered
from hit illness as to be out and
about again.
Major Cave who is regarded as
VflH. LIONEL GITTENS of ihc "father of Rifle Shooting" in
IT* "Uornmgton". Collymore Barbados, spent the afternoon
Jtutk, left UK Island on Sunday by with his favourite form of sport.
B.W.I.A. for St Lucia vi.r,,- .,.- *hu* "* pracUee shoot was tak-
ing place on the Government
Range the Major kept up a run-
nuti cinnmenUiry (out of ear shot
of course! on the condition and
1 nl sh(
.-it:iinly the doyen
tin ndand on Saturdar lgl l.v the (.m1 marksmen who always seem
Mdy Nrlsan fur St. Lucra where to turn in better performances
she will spend n month's holiday, when he Is near.
badian, resident In Curacao for ^C gamAUOi
the past ten years as an employ- w osbsc 22
ee of C.P.I.M. He arrived here *""' ~*-
recently by B.W.I A. and will he M
remaming for two months. ^ S^ffSL 21
May be tendency toward reckless nagg.
Avoid sarcasm.
* x>
Take things In stride. There are matters
thai could upset your plans If you don\
watch out. Retrench where you should till J
more encouraging aspects prevail. '

"A little with contentment is great gain" jL
is excellent motto this not wholly pronm- ^
ing day. I>i some research, review mis-
lakes and gains; get set for better days. j
*
Go about usual chores calmly; donl let
outsiders bother vou. Behind the cloud )f
there is a bright and happy period. Chin
up'
# * *
Might try toning down exuberance; do
curb any excess activity. Day will be better
spent If you take the happy-medium road id.
*
You could make n fine record If true to
your Sign's best traits. A little daring in jL-
business may well be the difference in
day's gains.
*
Majte no unnecessary changes; be especial-
ly careful in business affairs. Don't tear
down unless you can rebuild better. jL.

Generally auspicious ouUook. Be sure vou
led the right (conservative) road. ^
(usiLiaiii Mtn
ON
MIDNKSD4Y. SIPTIMBIB '"
iu. uiapB
\r>-*patM a BACKE1T
"i"l-l">
.* .4 BaM* SI
i ..iti Tta. a ta*.
Ttrhrli on R*l ! AdvocaM
Stationary
t. ill I V
The GardenSt. Jatars
tobay a ToMoaaow a* f.h |
BSjBJgaj .(.Xls )
Kobctl An
.oi. i
No Visit to Baibadm L com-
plete without visiting the
famous terrace of
i \ili\i:\\i. HOTEL
(a ahart rUe freca Tasrait
Overlooking and cOrnmand-
ing the whole of
v,o|,|HIM, BEACH
Here sitting over the sea. in
all the breetes that blow,
m eaa drink its famous
Planters ranch or have
Ll'NCHTEAor DINNatK
or TEA ar COFFKE
at 11 in.
Aftei a hot shopping spell
take a Bus or Taxi to
CACRABANK
and bring your costume for
a swim to enjoy Its coolness.
Ask for a leaflet of rate*.
and look at it* rooms.
Parltra far Lstnrh anal
Dinner arranged.
Dining Room on Trrrarr.
Telephone SI48 and Mil.
IIO Oil 41 llll 1 IBIS
CROSSWORD
ipend a xhort holiday.
For SI. I.tivu:
,' I. S o. I.! S ', "J >"" standard of sh.KtinB to-day.
Hank Hall. St Michael, left Kg is otrtaJnl* the doyen of
Treasure Hunt
On Lake Huron
A TREASLHE -HUNTING
race is on In Lake Huron, be-
tween Canada and Michigan.
The treasure Is 250.000 dollars
(89.000) worth of copper In a
aunken schooner.
The crew of the schooner Ber-
cliff, with an electronic searching
device, is racing lh* 160-ton
"aandsucker" (dredge with suck-
ing* mechanism) Snndcraft to find
the prize.
CALJFORNIA. one of .he
country's important oil-producing
areas, i impo ting oil It cannot
supply Western America's needs.
The Standard Oil Companj "'
California Imports 2,000 tons of
crude oil daily from Saudi Arabia
and 3.000 from Sumatra and
Borneo.
THE DRAGONS went tb
war against the Rorkctsthey
are gangs of youngsters In tin-
Bronx. And toduy three people
are in .hospital with buUet
wounds.
Rupert's Spring Adventure-20
i thj> Pon^Ping ii
'< vf| well. Rupert ii
: tuper bi| and mm bick
'-.nd h> j san aani i
i bttn *i(h
W
tail go ilui h SSffW
ptrlupt hr will
:n *ii(h
i Ins.
' iht di>e-in mi* b* nowh*rf m
Ihrtlt <"P iht Imp. "Our p.
i I e.n lh* plcr.
hivr trttri iJti. Gamt *i
w A"rf hi- .U.hf nfl.
Cadiz Has 'Water
Turned Wine* Spring
MADRID, Aug. 22
TIM p0pl -I CmUi ehUm ihat
spring there gives water which
Am
,!,.'
I*?d by an. 4iru. Tiny Rodri-
tTue*. the Dragons strolled into spring" there ^ives water which lie men and two women wh<.
Jackson-avenue with a long card- has the same qu.il.ti.s ,,s wmt- were suffarin| from liver trouble
boniflbox. Ghtldren were play- Those who h;v- drunk Its water were cured after drinking two
Ing Women with b.ilir* in laps sa\ it I se* of water from the Raring
sat on the doontepg. Then Tiny rt ,f they had drunk .i Urge The Miidrld authorities are send-
and rour of his gang ripped the quantity of trine, hut without ing experts lo investigate, and the
Ud off the box. grabbed rifles hjavlng any "hang-over lor.il wine glowers, who are
and started shooting. Police ar- Doctors who huve examined naturally worried, have also sent
rested Tiny and two other Dra- peopla after they hml drunk watei txparti to examine the water
*0ns. from the spring agree that it hU from the spring
e^&ssm 333311
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NOTICE
HAVING SOLD OUR BRANCH STORK NO. 27. BROAD STRF.ET
TO
MR. GEORGE SAHELY
ALL ACCOUNTS ARE PAYABLE AT
T. R. EVANS (WIIITFIM.nS lilt.WC III NO. IV BROAD STHI R
raONE : OFFICE 42W -:- DEPTS. 1220
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Extremes, unpremeditat<|t action often
-ft tempting and harmful.
.a* Jan. 23 Ttb W "nlMI urgent, do not dig ut unnecessary Jaf
^ matters; let well enough alone in general.
Attend to Important things first in smartly
consistent way
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PiaoES M:i\ find it extra good going plus favoura- ^^
. Tab. SIMarch H nU- news during dav. Also helpful aid W
^C where least expected this somewhat unpre-
dictable day. Heart interests in favour.
. YOU BORN TO-DAY: Innately steadfast, honest, sincere. Mf
^C Excellent reasoning faculties, often critical but always the
friend of those who need merited assistance. Use well your
ability and diplomatic qualities. Should take things with }L
& more ease; have confidence, too. Birthdate of: Henry George ^
author, political economist.
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COCKTAIL
DANCE
CRANE HOTEL
In Aid of
THE CONVENT OF THE
GOOD SHEPHERD
Monday. Sth October
(Bank-hallday)
From 6 p.m. lo Midnight
Music by Keith Campbell
and the Society Six also
the Jumping Jacks
ADMISSION SI.$
Snacks Free
iae Officers Mrmber*
iA the
ADVOCATE'S SOCIAL CU'
Vndtr ihe Palrimage '.'
lh,- Hon. V. C. fialr. MA..C.
invite you to their
DANCE
at ihc
Mill STEER DRILL HALL
MONDAY NIGHT, 4TH
OCTOBER I1S2
(Hunk h->li Maak by
rVrt> Green's Orchestra
1 iiMHiniiis :: J-
Djincing from 9 p.m.
TMtrU ..! i..r.li..'l-
ti>mial Dress Optional
i\o* WNI1I AM
TSIS aiVBN
DWAJtTS
TrchnKolor
gatra
1 HmI Short:
Bay Aaa TH >
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III .,-! I r..t.-.l
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rn*y
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Mr* A t. Siuarl"
Uruir.S School
Ptwmt*
REVUEDEVILLE
19S2
St.irnnn
p-nl MD4ltIKn 1
Mrrl* OBFRUN
Thar, a-if
4SS a -
1111 110001 1 si
I Suiiing
1 A.n.r HOBjarra
and
1 III1H HI SHANDS
lih
1 rmlyn WIUJAMS
Eva ARDEN
optaias PrMai
4 st a a is
1 (ISIARON am
HOT *Tr.l.
IHE BIG
CARNIVAL
4 at a is
1. *t COOPEH
Ta-aas ( a
Hi>n.' Tlenir*
Arllna naberta
Till III Ml III I M
'tp r raosi
SAN LOKENXO
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w. a rar.
a* a aa rnsaj
1 as >'.
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YTtiN
Dui
as
ini'iin
I BOOM
and
casino re KOIII
' iiiiiik Soon
CAVE OF THE
OUTLAW
rnr bm>i> n
a/llh
WtibrH NrWTCft
1 Phil HH.WN
lr,4a. al B.aa p m
rar*rtl prrtom,-
nrr of Madaai
O'Und) and Troupa
CA4< NIOHT*
I..--, |,| OUI ' fe a. i|.._.
i 111 4 sosi,
Susan HAYWARD :o
IN Ml HI SHI
Ror, CALHOURN
OPENING FKIDAV J S.ll P.M.
IVDIA BAIVLX
?*?
PL/iZA THEATRE*
BRHK;friOWN
nint from Wamar Broa.
RETREAT HELL
l 11 a TBI B-
I IS a -"-am
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ACTION DoflllX '
KOI'KV ISOIMAK
and
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if roi -OSI FBHIOS '
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Arl MM) a CoKpoy
1,1 SMI S ^f
mil:- ianlT> 4 U

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m HAYE S<
ATRBLOO '.O
enjoy writing perfection with
S&t^tStOoA Fountain Pens
1 of students all orcr the world choose ia
their Fstcrbrook Fountain Pens axactlr (he right point (or the
way they write.
Is hreear's Marge is.siHsn of "Renew-Poinu" lets you select
exactly the right point for such varied writing assignments-as
bookkeeping, shorthand, penmanship and other school tasks.
Onlv Esterbrook provides the "personal" point that gives n*t*r*t
uriung aeie ... so important for the good penmanship that
teachers prefer.
Cfcaaaa nW bfaearseir Fountain Pen that's right for you, ar your
stationery counter! __
1 m no in \\i run the
1 wot \xi fii#;vi
(.LOHi: THLATRL. Rorburk Street announces Uiat as
from Friday. September Sth. 195?. there wiU be change, in
tin- seating arrangement and the admlseion prices of the
HOUSE SECTION of the thearre. A CIRCLI SECTION wUl
in- Introduced at rheaper admbwlon price* than thr HOL'SE
si: LION. The first 8 rows in the present House section shall
I HOUSE and the last eight rows in the Present House Section
will be the CIRCLE. This is intended to benefit our patrons
who are called upon to pay transportation fares to get to
the GLOBE. We have decided to reduce the admission Price
of our PIT SECTION for the same reason. OUR FRONT
TICKET BOOTH will carry TWO CASHIERSone will serve
our Hanae and Circle Patrons, and the other Balcony and Box
Patrons exclusively.
The seating arrangement and prices will go into effect as
fiom Friday. September Sth. 152. when patrons will see
Twrnlirth Centurv Fox mighty MelodramaLVDIA BAILEY
OUR PRICES WILL BE
Pit 12c. Circle 24c.. Haase 36c Balcony 6c.. Hoses 72e.
CHILDRENHalt Pglce a> Matinee* In Circle. House and
Balcony
THE MANAGEMENT. GLOBE THEATRE.
Te eJecf ar ro*faca .
Bore's afl yov do.
MATCHED PIN AND PENCIL SIT
Match your Eaierbrook Fountain Pen
with an Fsierbrook Push-Pencil
Standard or 1 hi a Lead Model. A push
on the top feeds the lead as needed.
Holds two foot of lead. Writes for
mootfai without refilling. Load oevtr
Mobble*. never jama.
AMERICA'S FIRST PIN MAKE*
fMrs. 71. . Stuart's School
of ^Dancing
Presents
REVUEDEVILLE 1952
Under Ihe distinguished patronage of His Excellency
the Governor and Lady Savage
AT
EMPIRE THEATRE
On Wednesday 3rd., Thursday 4th.. Friday SIh
September at 8.30 p.m.
MATINEE: Friday SIh at 5 p.m.
Music by Capl. Raison. A.R.C.M.. and Police Bund
BOOKING OFFICE OPENS EVERY DAY
From a.JO ..m. 12 Noon Fr.m 1.30 a.m. a JO p m
Boxr. A Orcherirm ............................. I1-8*
IL ............................................ '
Bataai


TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER I, 1W
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THBBE
U.S. Scientist To Study W.I. Maize
Trials Carried Out For
Merits Of Varieties
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 1.
INVESTIGATIONS on maize and maize cultivation
It going on in several islandsAntigua. Jamaica. Puerto
Rico St. Vincent to mention a few. In St. Vincent experi-
ments were made in crossing local types with Jamaican
vanetie*. In Jamaica trials were earned out to determine
Ihe relative merits of three varieties grown in Jamaica in
different localities. Puerto Rico was als-i uilerealed in
^creasing the yield of native corn by selection and
hybridisation
--..\. SI IMII.IIIWIIII VIKIN
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
Hare you discovered'
these delicious
Police
Information
Bureau
The Police Information Bureau
Experts of the University of
Puerto Rico we attempting to
improve the local Mayorbela va-
riety, und especially with a view
to eliminating the sterility to
which the com Is subject. Anti-
gua's men Thee have been some-
what different. The Antiguan
work on corn has been esaenttal-
ly a series of trials In tha
use of fertilisers. In Anti-
gua food crops are not usually continue* to provide useful ser-
fcrtilised. allhough in some In- vice for the public. The Infoi-
Btaneai dressings of pen manure maUon Clerk is Policewomnn
are given. These investigations Clarke.
were aimed at testing the com- At this Bureau the queries of
paratlve merits of no manure, many people, especially visitors
pen manure and artificial fertil- to the island, are answered,
lam when applied to maize in People asked such quetaions as
vurylng combinations. the price of meat, news of the
A Fullbright -cholarshlp has weather, the initials of Govern-
been awarded to Dr. WlUism L. ment Officials and the time.
Brown of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Cpl Ooddard was formerly In
Com Company of Johnston, charge of the bjreau. but hi* office
Iowa. Dr. Brown is attached to is now situated in the C.l.U.
this company'* Department of Policewoman Clarke also performs
Plant Breeding. Under his schol- the duties of Clerk to the Deputy
arshlp. Dr. Brown will study Commisiioner of Police and Press
Caribbean maize during the aca- Clerk
demlc year 1952M at the !m- ^
penal College of Tropical Agri- rM CALLS
culture. Trinidad. He will expcrl- Tn(1 police Control Room at
ment" with material from eollee- central Station i* receiving many
lions of Caribbean need com ft|), M ,n,. 999 Emergency tele-
whu-h M mode last winter. phone line. But the majority of
At the same time. Dr. Brown ,hc (.aus received yesterday were
will endeavour to obtain addi- trom p^p^ who were Just in-
tionai sample* of seed eon, for ,iulsjur or wn0 wanted ionic
his collection tram g*r Carlb- olhcr department.
Wan territories which have al- ^ opCTa,.o, (old the Advocate
Fvefiltw
. r.ni.i. n n
Pt.nlmw lil at>
U MV UU.ria Vlai.a
I
m SpM *.. a. > i ...,
Tin* 3.IM in.
h.iiht,i..( from Trmutid
Ob Coala A OS l
Sen Al L-.I. M Una UtriN I.
iilllwit*. from St LWM, ,-on-tn.d I,
ehoourf Owner.1 AunrUli.xi
as Weiefcanl (.Ml inn.. Mciri
Slaughter from l-> ,*..

"IV S Innn Ulrr
1 Tlrtd Amth'- Mil
S*h ' M Tannla. S3 .
TannU from Trinidad mn - "wn-r. AHoriallon
Ml I M II I I .
Sen IUinh.> M tot Si Vine**! He*.
rr*niit-
sou its
V
Saaumll
PICTURE above .howrn one of
tb Trans Canada Airll .- Lock
Dead Super Coi.stelIstS.eon- The
Company ha> order^- Cml. Ancgriysl
Hack *W7*
Trinidtcmi
3 More Lockheed Super
Constellations For T.C.A.
aaatvau
l.l k**l'-k*t:
"". A Kn-klltTr. a. Chart, H
-. C Utua K lhK<
.....aa. J A.i.im,
Harper Adjudahunah Adiodalwtneh
. .
f ..IL... A
i--. In
I).
Mr. Hal Drmiluel. Govern-
ment Analyst, relurs-icd from
Trinidad on Sunday ; ftcr a two
weeks' stay there.
ready undertaken to supply him ,n;r.hc*c"aUs waste* his' Una ai ^I^JlV W"*J,^^J" rfld' '.l*
with represenutlve samples, we the .., *.. He said 5,^2^ >
ihrouah th* .ntermediary of the
inai
AndviMin
rasa lii.l... ii.i .\.a.M
N. 1-aimirhM-l A ..hrahani A. Cwttl
(umbeibNtm I h-.i.. k KH.han
kau, j. ki
...all A It A Ulft
H .... k Seoii i, s,.,ti I
tnusrt, it SKuan, k Ral I
Klnlm> O Hun). < II.,..,
>rU~IH liaUnl >i
, .
V Beta
lliiaa.i ZahaUn. Kahalmi
raatiaaav, tmtmmn, tkmhn i
Thefts Reported
usually done.
He said that in case of fli
person should dial 0?
rial tad
A flfc-toii airliner, the Supc
i "ii'-tc*iiat!on hai n take-on
i centres of imlustry. He wait
of the opinion that from a tech-
nical and industrial *tnnrkooint,
Trinidad showed greaat promise.
Four thefU involving over Fcv TO HKI) Among the pgacaj
S20O were reported to the POifca EASY WJ^^ p<1. ^ the" Carth U
vict> it Is
SB i^wnp'is
MONTREAL. Auicnst 26. *
TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES has otsftrtd Uw .
ndciitinnnl 1/A-kheed Super Cnnstellations. hrinifirw tn i.HJ*"
eight the number of aircraft of this type u Urt, ,i bv the atur
airline for servic on international rOUt it w.i.s innoUDO 1
t't'lny by the etimpany's president, (1 R MOGrCflOr. ' w"
The first Super Constellation will he delivere.l Utl iTttomT'ti".
in 195.1, with all eiht aircraft slaietl for setviee to Euro] e '"*V",n' j J
and the Caribbean by mid-1954. Tins will peimit tie '
company to increase its passenger capariiv h\ appro) ,., 1,,-M.a^ai"".""
mately 150', on the North Atlantic with FWpei Const*
lions, and 37'. domestically on North American sjarvfci k .' h m,'.
with the release of North Star aircraft presentlv asslenrd
to international routes
r-iictorv the w*"'**lt of iSS.ooo pounds, approx-
tvtlt^i* b inuitt.ly 53.(H)0 itotiiKN more tban
*- n>un^.4i .|,_ M.^41, vt- Ti, ,,. ^^.^-.H
Ituitdiitg llrohvti
Ami Kntvrvd
I ... -I I .rMSill l|IU
i Mn.iplai.il
r> tlun
i .>. C John
. -I
i Blreh.fi "itrli
* Talialan. Ba)..... D M>ni|iUi>II
at TrlnlSa* *Hh Aail
W li.iaari.wm II (irinitl < C.k.n.
a.....vimi/
pn>perty of Albert Wooding of
Cheapslde. St. Michael, w a l
Holm from Wooding-a raaidence j;;^^-^ Ifio^rnake, gttop ^
i..imetirai' between Tuesday and "J" rv ;,_,, _,.. ,hP do*s or Dcpartmen
Sunday. P ffi *t&l7tiSr fFT^ ,Q "* P*"**'* P'* HBliaT pMI, , M.-Creg.., StieH J. Ph...,.
lirl John Hackett of Pine T? T^L 2? ^^ The Government Analyst of non-stop Montreal-l-mdon. with1 ^g M% '1 RfTrf"
Pbntation St. Michael, reported p^ stripe ResUurant also car- Trinidad Dr. Oreaves*. Is an Old fuel rmafor yet anothe, 650 it .,Ppcurs that a partition bt- ,.', r;''u ^'i^
that a fountain pen valued 0 rie?,,ST This ResUurant pro- larr'snnlan and it v^x, >nterest- rollear W.lh th.< p-iw,-, and raaam ... Bag **?**
*a stolen f rom Uie motor car JJdg, i?nchrs and leas for (!> _ note. Mr.Carrr* aeh.iel said, the Super Constellation is capable Advocate Co. Lid. and the offleS j
OVER the week-end tonU Hi it
in trans-Atlantic ser- ,, .,.l(.vw. K.-iP able to enter I ie ^-';'" A. ",'h'"' ^ !
capable of currying uj bulI(lin|[ f the Lynch Trust Co
- plus baggage pn, ,n MeC.rewi.i SI...-1
M433 while it was parked in members of the force.
Shepherd Street. Citv. on Sun-________________
day.
Twenty-nine dollars was stol- f nnrt ChitrtYffl
en from Jamr-s Ucori'h of White L^OU IjIMtrgtH
HiU. Ucorish told the IV
that the money was
P.
l.yncli was broke
his shirt pocket while he m
asleep at the George Wasliingtoi
Club, Hillaby. St. Andrew, be
tween 10.00 p.m. on Saturda;
and 4.00 a.m. on Sunday.
that three of the (our Qovern. ,>f eirvUtlg the fwrth. ia<>pi>ing ..f \i
ment Analysts In t fie British n\y 5<-Ven times to refutl *
West Indies were Old Harrison- One of the world's largest and The breaking wag dig
lans. fnstapsrt transport*, the Super ( '""ing and the Poll* ;
The Trinidad Government I^b- s,eiitfUofi is 18 fc-l l..nge, than
oratory, he concluded. was much IriC, prWrnt Constellation, measur-
ikenXn With Wounding; WJ. ft* W- *"5!*.5 t
PiU" Stuart of Fairfleld. St. charged by
Case Adjourned
The case lo which Louise Leon
.rf Cheapsidc. St. Michael.
.. 24 including aOeputy nnd Wltll
Assistant Government. Analyst.
ing span of 123 feet
police with
Michael, reported that four fowl* ^undmg Oscar Walkes of Ken-
valued 35.48 were stolen from 4(ngt0n New Road with a broken
his enclosed yard between 3.00 ^yp wa, adjourned by Hi*
am and 7.00 a.m on Saturday. Worship Mr G B. Griffllh, Act-
Injured In Fall
From Bicycle
Mle.1 .1. The. ....- ......
tigaling the matter. war. J gsssuasst
cruisalng speed of 340 miles per
lirmr will enable the aircraft to
My t*c difttlMM bsHwgatU Mciilri..1
und London in 11)1 Ikoun I.
employing exl to isft.
nrate gre;iter [tower thniugli tur-
lutic Installations, the four new
Wright "compound" ein:r
Venture, deliver 3.150 h.p. each. The
ii,_ tf^*^BtX''rtf"rnstrict st John- wa* mjure-d whec ho uiri-raft is structurally designed to
". ^ m sSSS2r 1 ,0" from hi* "Icyclaai whk* he U8MB turlxt-propello, power ptanu
32,s ssttasr,he' < -s '-"" '
Omcr Griffllh ol Coodluid. WTjIkcs told the Court thai whi ,,
St Michael. .. Uker, to th. KT wa. at a danc.;on _Au.^ M. .^fj^ ,'^d^l w f
:.'""' """' bu' '"""" laTome Tomorrow
'.. "the embankmeiu .a ,i fell.
The front fork. h*F*jJ lamp nnrl Membcm of the L
heel Of the bicycle- were dam- uttundvd the Coi)fwrenc<
Detained In
Hospital
. disagreement arose
General Hospital
sclous condition on
morning and detained.
Griffith, a pedestrian, was in- broken b#| *\^JS?
volved In an acrident with a his chin with It lie then ropor.-
Mcycle ridden by .Alexander cd the matter to ,h>- roi.ee.
Miehle." f Gar With the idea of making their
job easier, some conductors have
begun to give change with all eve
to future collecting of fares. Jur
at, if a'passenger gives
The motor launch Trajan be- sixpence and three eaptl
KenneUi lllgrii
trying to
ti.ms-
Barristers Due
~ Many ailoscnu air ,.f,l M r-'^.U-UliiJ, Wj-BjSj
may sffcet rh. whole tvmtn Skin ewpuoi.. aj-*-*
and imisckm, atop';- rneumatism and camtnl **"'**.
.urn* are nscure's signal ihst y..n need < .iarke i J!
Hlood Misnire TMI famous gssssssssBl Mga Cga/
to desdkse lb* btoo.1 saresm of tmpuritiei and ff|gSBtl
kaaa yasi Bt bM free ftosn akcs and umlUr _.J_M.
u iMirar oaospkunrs. Be aw. to ask tor ^Z~JT
CLARKK*
BloodMixture*r:3
h.n,ar.f.nd the defendant Durm, ^, .^S'u.c biey c... ro5e cS
the talk the defendant took up I i ,..>,
fti
TROJAN UNDER
REPAIRS
In/ant's Inxqueet
Fixed For Sept. 3
West Indian Uarruters in Trun-
dud an cxiKitcu lo return horn-'
lo-morn.w. Those WHO
ttie* Conference were Mi .1 I
T. sBranrkei. Mr U II L. Ward
,.:.. i Mr. h W Ban-uw.
longing to Messrs. Da CosU *- ,hr eiductnr will gin
Co. Ltd.. has been hauled up for Pj nd three cents
major rcp-urs which should have
ieen carried <
Many of the timbers
I-ABOURER FINED 201-
Scalcy. allu Courtno
lubount of Hall. Road.
Til* inquest coi^.Tnlnn the
thrco death ol Monokn Irnthraitc. a
t th. 19-monui-old infar-t of IIoIIk
hanje. ^oad. SI Michael. ms flMd yo- Mlohad. km fined 20 by II
A conductor laid yelterday tli.t. erday hy Ilia Worsl ap. Mr. E. A. Worship Mr G. B. Grimth in 1
been carried out since May u, . ,, by ^ ,,,. ,vLr)d. p||. Cr...i.T of Di.tr.cl ,J month-. Impri.n-
- J h" ,hr"' ""u re,d? and .* ,or WM"<^*'>'- September m taken out and replan-J by nev. making uen change, the person J i,rlwfiil nosscMloti of a quan-
tlmbtn. and Ihe bottom Kill be mU . , fr ,el, for BmhKalte . taaken to Ujo Stv Teor^nca! which he mi
.craped and minor repairs r,ture .reasons. Ceneral lloapitol era Aujut '">' ''",^7 r,lri.hlw sire.-,
effected. He .aid lhal If he ve him four sufTerlnn *rom burn, on her "rT>^n",.,,?" JhraJVa 11
The Trajan which was in ser- penne. and a cent liutead. on .tomach. but she .1*^1 mo dayr on Auwat SI about '
vie,, dhc. 192*. at on. of tk. another oec.on he would him- l.ler The pm, mortem aarnlaa- ,5^' *'%JSF*',,SchS Z
olde-t ,chM in the c.ro. .,, h^ve trouble-, eo,, Into h, jgfj- >S*^S^mSfiErtS^ S^JK*. K" '""^
I
YOU, too, can
have a FIGURE
MEN ADMIRE
as an pants* am HasW aad
minis "A laarr no naatl to ** aa hop*
I,, i a i.nipir latt a i
a* aiM i. i ksap ib lo-afr. I
at Sa*f* mm adatt*. Jt
m a cmth of sat Star*
St aWilaai in ii mi uMan
iiac'f marvaBoa* H *
Ibay half/)
SfcoaM an. aaMas ot Kra-t
On bo-ila of SaV (-
.a wan oa ih. SUI
M| . i,-S,Mi*>c s*-
BABY IN THE TROPICS NLEDS EXTRA
RESISTANCE TO TRYING CLIMATIC
CONDITIONS
Give him
GLUCOSE with VITAMIN D
by
Savory Jt Moore Ltd., London
ConiaininR Glucose. Calcium Glycero phos-
phate and tasteless fish-liver oil. thiss fine
body builder mixed in baby's feeds* and
t>nnkled over his cereal, will keep* him
strong and happy always.
to*Y
.,*'
*.
oott'*
1*1***
|bs*V''
ssa ^.: |* :i..
3
Sole \ :enti covering all the.-.
YOUR NEEDS.
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BABBADOS ADVOCATE
BAF^^tA ADVOCATE
Hmlli September 2. IS52
I III I I It AIM
IN ilie Barbados Estimate I9U - cost of administer.nil controls -i p0M>i
supplies tnd current-. .it $76,505.
In addition $1,076,780 were estimated for
subsidisation of foodstuffs The estimated
cut of eontroli and nibaidlM during iiie
current year totals $1.153.28.1.
Jn A Fiscal S'irvrv ..i U.irbados, I'm-
I thai '.; will be out of
ihe question to maintain commodity sub-
.sidies for min-!i lorujH or. anything ap-
proachinR their present seal ...id th.it the
sooner they can be replaced by :..
lass costly to Government the better."
The voters of Barbados 're entitled to
expect that in face of this expert opinion
tnment is already making plans to
abolish subsidies. But the time seem* ripe
for asking whether the government would
not be justified in abolishing controls al-
together.
o( an islanj like Barbadoa
n pi* M exports sugar
i>\IM>A II IB It
ntkM ihu umui.i. Hi Krirrlr* lM\lrr action o* mtwd rm.
an hot** rcwti: in Dor- ,.,.,., ^ a , ^^
Ths
1 am
Chef is j poet, an artist.
n-ch. arUcb DMHI aaal or thai a hotse and cart mig!t d**assBB". The waiters are cour-
a lorut sTaj frum london. As rVe Intend to travel south. Uen *l tnc Pslacs, of San* Souci.
I at had risen for the long | navr ;, vmr **-,,(. can do 90 1< >s a brave man who dines there
rives*, it b-T.rn.fl in i per.. live iot rniles an hour on a good road if 'thuut chaiudna; into a dinnei
Baxter faaiMj to dwi.le no-one U looking. U would be 1**. l the wines are the
I .i would go for a holiday fun to open, the throttle and let PJf**** progflny uf Use sun ami
and the debate ranged over a her rip. But 1 had not allowed ln* arrstpc.
de territory. at we call lorries and which "Will it Kain 7
The natural tendency of Brit- North American.. caU trucks. On Only one shadow darkens the
Ishers is to get off Oie island and ihc morning of our departure it Drightnesa of this paradise.
k adventure on the Crnt.nent seemed that every lorry In ln#> Gleneagles is set between two
but Mr. Butler, our Chancellor land nad decided to go North, langes nf hills and when BH
>f Ihe Exchequer, is not In fa- TUam after time we would poke clouds hang low there la ratal. It
.our of that He decided that CM 'he bom of our car out. with she u the one topic of conversation
would be the limit that any of absurd Idea of passing them. but among the golfers. The last word
could take if we crossed the " we did was to gain a hundred spoken at night Is "Will It rain
0 and then settle down tomorrow"* The only answer Is the
behind .some mor.- lorries. Final-
ly we got behind one thai was
lightly larger truyi a house and
The economy
is comparatively g4m_
and Its by-products to pay tor most of its
visible imports. It balances its apparent
.idvi rac balance of trade by tourism, inter-
ests on uivt-tmenU overneas, remittances,
and by attracting new capital from over-
seas.
Before devaluation in 1949 liarbadoa was
RuffcnnK from a control system worked
out in London nrYrl applicable to all col-
onies or non-self-governing posseaaions of
the British Crown. The denials of Sir
Stafford Cripps which led to the refusal
by the Financi.il Secretary of Barbados of
the time to allow importers ;he full quotas
of currency they requested for buying for-
ward, cosi this island hundreds of thous-
ands of dollars when sterling was finally
devalued (despite Sir Stafford's denials).
Many Instances were quoted at the time
i I rising cost., of living in Barbados which
were dircctlv attributable to the tact that
British goods were more expensive than
yoods obtainable in North America. Petty
official obstructions such as refusal t >
sanction the release of dollars for much
needed hotel equipment obtainable in Can-
ada were experienced by private individ-
uals who for some reason or other by-
Eassed the official channel of obtaining
ard currency.
After devaluation the British Govern-
ment bowed gracefully to the storm of
Canadian governmental protest and two
instalments of the trade liberalization plan
have since been tried, and found wanting
To-day the United Kibgdom has com-
pletely reversed the trading position which
existed it) Barbados durinu the war and
which lasted until 1947.
In 1948 and ever since Barbadian im-
ports from Canada have drt>pped while
imports from the United Kingdom which
represented 26\8'; of the total Import trade
in 1947 (as compared with 35'; from Can-
ada) had risen t<> 46.6'i In 1950 (as com-
pared with 14.5.J irum Canada).
Only directives from Whitehall which
were accepted by the government of Bar-
bados could have been responsible for such
n violent change in trade.
But whereas the change in the direction
of the Barbados import trade in the years
between devaluation and March 1952 were
acceptable on the logical grounds that the
serious depreciation o' Harbadian cur-
rency eonseqaaaii on the devaluation of
ii! did make bnlii-l. prices nnall.
cheaper than North American (although
l>\ i in means necessarily cheap in relation
to JSaibadian currency) the edict of March
1952 reducing sterling allocations for pur-
chasing of goods from Europe could only
benefit the axporters of the United King-
dom at the expense of the consumers in
Barbados Controls such as these which
prove harmful to the economy of the
island cannot be welcomed by anyone who
puts tin interests of the Barbadian con-
sumer before the interests q| the United
Kingdom.
But while controls such as these dam-
thej economy of Barbados directly
there stems from the system of controls
many indirect evils which though known
and "experienced by individuals do not re
ccive adequate attention from those* re-
sponsible for applying controls.
Buying and ltuln whim once was a
matter for arrangement between import-
ers and exporters now involves many
transactions which include buying of un-
used quotas to some firms, and the allo-
cation of larger quotas to some lirms than
they intend CO take up lully.
Controls keep the big firms large and
make it impossible for the young energetic
and competent businessmen to develop
their energies and bring down prices
through competition. Importers will not
tower rates from export-
becauM any profits accruing to them
result are earmarked for the Comp
trailers Adjustment account Controls,
quotas, currency restrictions these three
are eaUnfl into the tibreof Barbadian initi-
ative and i-n.erprise and have brought its
trade and commerce under control of .a
deportment of government, thereby add-
ing to the general cost of living.
The consumei ol Barbadoa wbi
posed to benefit from subsidies and con-
trols is In fact not only paying through
customs duties ;ind similar taxation the
coat of the control department and ttw
of suhsein n addition having to
pay 'more for imports than he would if
controls were abolished.
This la the (hunt that hfj to be under-
stood. When it is. there can he no doubt
that the v, I >f controls and sub-
sidies will be swept away bv pressure of
public opinion.
the better.
Limel u proposition which h.
iti .i.kI> deterrent effect ex-
,t for those pal.vnt toul- w;i"
Aillin* to travel In a coach
n a specially conducted tour.
My sou and daughter solved
r pseblan foy receiving an
.'i tat loo from a French family
Brittany. However, It did
hing to solve the problem of
vile and myself.
Thon Madam took the sltua-
' i ln hand. "Let's motor to
| . it.d" she said "You are
always arguing with the Scots
avtf Home Rule, or the Stone of
Destiny, or whether Ihe Queen
hall DO caller! Elizabeth tbS
.rulWhy nut go and
Scots in their own ssstdBI
ill. your father's people
fi-'im Stifling, and my
Mother was descended from the
V Beth .Hid the M* I
plashing founts ii: in the court-
yard.
It was drizzling when we left
stayed there until we' "nocked off n/xt '"morm"nf, bul hwvy "clouds"
M bUmford for lunch. We had
1 87 miles In four hours
on the open road, which
..lightly better than In the old
(naching days, which
progressing.
converging. However.
hook them off and soon we had
entered the land ol magic thai
!ht H1Snlands ' Scotland. Is there In'
""" .ill the world such a feast of col-
M was pleasant Inn. whs ou^,*old Bnd *"*" nd purple'
an old Ometerv opposite In a u"1'' \ne T,.1" ravished by
lovely rhurehyard. and we th*lr beauty Mountain stream*
were served with that English """ on. ,hrlr wy. white billow-
.p..,4Hi> tirrd thicken I don't ,n* tlouda flirt with the noon
know what makrs rhlekens %m '* sun; black-faced sheep nibble
'i- i In England. They look and the grass with complete disdain
lagtsj like rather tender weed. >' the paving par, the lonely
Ru' On chrrae w* food, which cottnge snuggles against the bill-
i- no winder, brcanae we bad side.
iii-l p.-.*.d throuih tho undent bloody battles have been fought
town of SUIton. |n the Highlands. We passed Cul-
Tluit night, having shaken oft loden field where cruel Cumber-
the lorries, we m*de good time rand xtained the name of England.
'fmcMt. und told h
ir dilemma. Now. that was a
lain so David b tha in
fUb*e forct wluch refuses to
i sjnl even the ezutence of
r immovable mass.
"You will come to Dornoch,'
u\ i-ave everything to
n.c" Hour by hour. icivfil running in>trucli"i>
him on the telephone. Road
maps arrived with everything
iiiinerlitntl. outlmiil and over-
ned. A double room would be
/ultlng for us >>t such and such
ID hetol ui Bo rough n bridge on
lira! nigh I of our journey
re still arguing the mat- * ,"* UP ]"v,,'> fr W* P-*sed Barniotkburn which
. when I ran Into Sir David no.**' *"*" hf a ver> mi Still spreads Its magic upon man-
faon. who Is the Tory MR f"'\'"\ ',,"f'"t ow'J9 .mn*L!"- "'nd. But there is no magic in the
Sr^id^ir^z^K ssrwhlfh arv hard- **!
ZaXttZB S? Irs/SS V-' newer, in the w.r.
ing verv much l>ettor in Scot- ow* rr^ round Uie door. Nt
land" said inv wife. They under- W ta "'* hard in the Highlands
sHind f.-xl better north of the but I suspect that the Scot is proud
Bordtl of nd w"' not dissemble. The:.'
In bed that nlghi I read Oscar " hardly a cottage in the AuMna.i
l)e Profundiii" but even Alps that is not lu-tered with
It seemed to hove kwl its flavour lowers, but the Highland leM
Now. let ua put away our livea In granite and takes on its
grumblings and admit that motor- unyielding character.
Ing across the Yorkshire Moors. Yet they are pmudlv courteous
.,~ nl to stir the Jaded pulse and in- are richly muaicat. The girls are
vlgorate the mo-t sluggish im- drably dressed but are not un-
aglnation. England is such a little Udy and their faces. Innocent uf
BunOai accommodation would be r.untry and yet it can create a make-up. have a comely beauty
Tved at Glcneaglcs for the ""* <* .val Icwelines* greater that is pleasant m gee That old
and night. At 7 pjn. he would than the desert of the Alp-. nCJJT,,Tra'n~l" "" mPan beauty
meet us at the Domoch Hotel. L f.r ?"? "? ~i JJ% Si f,1*0"""' thf of HiBhland
habitants to be een were the lassie would make the young
sheep grazing on the moors. Here women of New York or Paris look
iii'l there we would come upon like paintrd ghosts.
a shepherd's hut, but we never Even as you case upon the
miw trie shepherd. This was the scene, yea realise thr human
setting th.it -ombre genius uf the Brontes.
The great grim sloping mills.
with their halos of inlst. made us
. feel that in our car we had in-
I did. vadtd nature's forbidden temple
a raise one (ind lnBt at anv moment the Storm
lirermrnt by Gods would turn in furv upon us.
But the Scottish border was not
far ahead, and there was m**lc
in the though. One may dispu >
with Mie Scots, in fact it Is im
possible to do anything else, but Ki
rhftre he and his wife were
tayitig. All we had to do was to
.it the car out of our garage und
., : ir. a) Leedoaj to ihe North.
liy that time 1 |nu >( BO mot I
ortance tflan, an innocent
i>ertator in gangster raid. All
Bad passed from my
i" ihis Celtii combination
f Uaedd and my wifi
nvevor, vintu
i.ii' of possible
in'ing out to Mrs Baxter that
t ill forms of trans port nl ion,
i.nid n hort distance motor-
U most dis.,mrccuble.
At Top ul Scotland"
A ship U a travelling luxury
HOI, .hi aeroplane i* Uuli but
. mi ulaies distance,
raids totflM ana can
rttMji tin..ugh UM rolling the outside
tragedy of the Highlands Pae
eneratlon after cenerallon, the
'Mm, iii.ii aeeklnc a largerj
Hfe. have gone away across the!
seas. They have herome hus-
bands and fathers In every!
country In the world whllr thr
lrls Uiry weald have married
work In the mills and dream
of the children they will never
have.
In the long wars ^gainst En-
_-.ncl tho Scots died In their
there Is magic la the very word thousands and tens of thousands
"Scotland." In the wars ngainst Napoleon, the
Is there any country whose sons Kaiser and Hitler- they sent the
train hmvr hppn awarded no little at flower of their manhood to be
Juu home and have given so much to CU| down bv the cruel scythe of
irld? One does not battle.
v. ny not take an expect gratitude from Russia, yet There are old people, there are
ii uglil lcvpvi 1 uked, "Wo even the Bolsheviks might re- young women and there ore chil-
uid be in Dornoch befoie member that Scots soldiers fought dren in the Highlands, but the
.in i. And anyway what do you for Ivan She Terrible In the loth young men are few
.iow about Dornoch? In all Century and helped him to put | rs-, h
ie.-e yean h.ivc been mar- down u-altors at home and ene- rw,rnorh ir.hln.-,i
,,i 1 have never known you to mies abroad. There were four ^JSSJl^SSS rC^S
any longing lor Dornoch. Scots at the Court of Peter the 5^5* sS^^SiTg
I do not believe (bat C;reat who did so much to c.viliw. fgnSB -1 iT^ZJavS!
nek i. pi.it ! '
"li's right .it The lup of Scol-
chc
Ihc'"MuKOViU- Ih.. one of ,hrm """""' <^m- ,**?*"
wu called "Father of Russian water and the hotel i, a foil
....._,. ......... .. rf ani>ther, named eourae which touches perfecting
, r,""1 "^ *','f' ."; '. ,"'". Rruc" had a street nained after nd humble, the vanity of wan.
..-tiled Ihe matter. II it had been "'"". ji" "w David Hobertton has u out on
1 the bottom ol Scotland, or In "',[ ',", omlc|pa. We are still the link, at nine In the mornln.
, mi,!,.-, or on either sid.. Y k |,nouah ,he lorries and rwhe. tn oft ln hi. car in
he would no doubt have beet ||u|, ,,, .artd and the ftemoon to see a roarln.
. illinil lo dlsrusa the matter. But ^ ^r jj Joln(1 con!|Ment 50 caUract of water with salmon
.. wu right at the top. there ml,N m h(|ur M we mako (oi tha leaping in Ihe air determined to
nothing more to be said. Border. We pas. Carlylc's birth- thwart the anon- of the falls. Or
an Wednesday morning. p|aM whlch |,_ o( murse. ndicu- he will take us lo the Highland
B-r car was b.ukcd out of the lou, why not stop and have a Games or the big sheep sale. At
Tn ge. gorged with jictrul and loot, at the house that ushered into night he wears tho kilt and leap,
i suitcases to last the world trial cantankerous Into the air with barbaric cries
i im montbt, I have never genius who broadened the hori- us he dances the reel*
UMrtialood the mystery uf ,n of the human mind. That. We are so far north that It is
..Mien cloth.-*. When worn, however, is the curse of motor, elmoat the land of the midnight
BDMr to weigh a few Ing. you surrender your soul to sun. Daylight last, until nearly
Minces, bul when packed for the Internal combustion engine eleven o'clock at night when
,. | tain up u much and become slave of speed. England Is in darkness at eight,
., grand piano and weigh What Is the hurry' S^"1* The clouds are as white and full
n-.-s nor can wall. So can Sir DavM a, c-,ublc t^,, p,,nU^ ,h,m
However, there is an .ndoubt- Robertson. Yet we hurl ourselves mit forgot to take them away.
. I exhilaration about iking to past Carlyle. having seen no or, Sunday we wmX to cnurcn
he open road. II brings back Ihe more than a sign telling us mat nnd hcjrd doul!hlJ, xrmm by
days ol Ihe Stag,- Coach, when no was born there. ,h. Minister. Today on the goU
i, ll.-r- put in at a wayside t.retna Gretl course, still clad in clerical garb,
in frr a merry meal served bv The same thing happened at the he cured my wire", slice and Ii
> beaming host with pretty Scottish Border Here was going to partner her in Saturday's
Hilda llultrring about, and good Oretna Green, that wyde shrine two ball foursomes Nest Sunday
ash it down. This dedicated to runaway marriage. 1MC wm lie n0 ,, >nd w(1,
There was a neat sign on a white wlrn us ag,lri o( lhe . , mcn,,
shed, marked "Man-Inge parlour hpnrt,, Hnd trM. nePrt lo hve a clMll
or words to that effect, nut did ..|||( jmKj,, (,f(.
we pause- A. a IJ">; Well, that Is 'all I have to tell
1 should have got eut and married Thcn, ,.! ,lfnl.
my wife again, dc.plte the fact ncan , t I. there
vuw& 5fe -^ :-eCrm?rd"w'uT,r':
That bum wo put up at the Io ll>'" Highlands with Us yellow
luxurloui. Cleneasles Hotel which K>rsc utvd purple Ivoather. and I
f Yorkshire and wen! ,s owned by the Nationalised w" hear again the enchantment
furlhci. bul now I under- British Hailwav-i It h.is two '( ihe Scuuish vol.v with its
In the far off years, the ,,olf coupes and in the courtyard music .md -->sjwaavl rsunwn-
1 'mi i wn roads ihe,-,. |4 a fountain sh-il sptashe" tativenessl
tin- isjHampttM that it wa dav and niht so that if tt is not And In my mind's eye I shall
. v ,v iriffli only. It never raining It sounds as If It is. *re the granite villasjtt, with their
lo occur lo them that There are no tired chickens at memories, their grim courage, and
ft-rrebody mfuhl want to return. Gleneagles and nt even the sug- their solitude set In tne hilta.
A-ill be. when we a
Ion .md got on lb
The tireut North R*ad
t least
out of Lon-
Great North
he Great North Road! There
inmlc la the words. The
11 had on it win
' Dfl their n-iuiuennK civil-
m ;on I always wo;i-
th*'v stopped at the
asss?
Ilfrl.
Our H. .mI i s Say :
ti .liwm!r Thr >i/u< i :,tl
Mhlah-H Mm
To the Mitor. the AJrocolc.
Sir. Having resid in your
'Sunday Advocate' of a week
, .io. under the he.*dint "Harold
Webstet. Pioneer of Weighl
LlftttUJ," by Edwin Rogers. I feel
:l my duly to point out a few
Rogers.
I-hysical CulUirist
Chrlatjsn, tried to deter tne. but
I could not see I am colou
T> 'he Editc. The -4di-ocolo blind why hum.itt beings like
s:R.The fact that "Chrisunn" n-yiclf should be treated
. What I wroto about the than cattle, why they should be
u Class convinces me that he deprived of that which was theirs (ietiiiis to 'm
U mt aimnu, the SQUEEZED. How by right. As I am .
(,. know what some of us are I am glad to art iha irvulution how does Mr. Pogsyrs get the
11.ring? that has Ukcn plico in the men- Idea that Mr. Webster is, UJ*.
Having managed to escape the tality of the pisntorracy of this Pioneer of Weight Lifting when
by whatever means Christian island. 1 am glad to see the grand long before Mr. Webster's time
> to his unfortunate brothe change that has occurred in the there have been some very dls-
Bl ^ where you are. brother, lot of the agricw.-.ural labourer of languished persona'.itiea in thf
iiggle. don't raise a hand this country. I ..m not *tt aatia. Uftlng same. as. N. Ovid (Bison)
to I elp yourself, that's where Gr-J fled. What I want Ut see now is Albert Hunte George ^jofnen.
to bo ihut r-oui eye proper guidance being given to i**0, undewtand taught
ti ht and all will be well." What him. It hurts my -*art to see him WelM
in ostrich* This Is what he Calls being mnde n tool Where will it
'i .Ml end?
Inarty yea-s ago Christian gave
that same advice. It was a Ju>
;>d thing
in?, /rom an ,, ^
Gotrl
Bode, and several oUicrs who
have done lot to keep Weight
Lifting on the Map of Barbados,
i I fought for th. down- W1"> " <> res.P^t to Mr.
NO BIAS HERE
11% K I SMVTHIKS
THIS article is prompted by the desire to
correct go far as possible, the mistaken idea
expressed in a letter publish-^ in tho Ad\n-
rjttm of August 27th. over the M^nature 'Mrs.
American.' As a Canadian who has liv-d in
Barbados for the past six years. I am under
the impression that Americans in general are
deservedly popular here, and I have certain
ly never noticed any indication whatever to
the contrary, in the local Press or elsewhere,
and bias against them hi noticeably absent.
Tne bit about Teenagers was not an ex-
pression of editorial opinion a1, all. but rather
.i swidlcated column from the pen of an
dividual journalist in England, which was
presumably thought to be of sufficient topical
interest to warrant printing in the Advocate.
J will admit I read it myself with some amuse-
ment.
Having read the Advocate every day it has
been.published since I have been here, I
have come to have a considerable respect for
the editorial policy consistently pursued, of
keeping its columns open to all shades of
opinion on controversial subjects, barring
only matter that might be subversive, or
offensive to the readers of a respectable
family journal.
One thing the people of any country are
surely entitled to have their own Ideas about,
should be the best methods of bringing up
their own children, and on this subject the
ideas of American and British people have
certain differences, mainly in the discipline
expected and the freedom of relf-expression
allowed them before they become self-sup-
porting and therefore independent.
It is not my purpose here to argue that one
sysiem is better than the olher. though I
have had unusual opportunity to observe
both at work, and the results thereof as
demonstrated in the behaviour of the adult
citizen under all manner of circumstances, in
both peace and war.
FREEDOM OF PRESS
The essential point is that both Americans
and British' regard complete freedom of the
press as fundamental to their way of life,
berty and happiness. And that means free-
dom to comment critically on things of which
we disapprove, though it is of course best to
nv :d being unnecessarily offensive to others
when we 'riticise.
In the oast forty years I have been in the
United States frequently, sometfmes for
ninths dt a stretch, and have read more
articles than I like to think about that were
violently anti-British in tone. I refer par-
ticularly to Ihe sort of vitriolic propaganda
published in papers owned by such magnates
of the press as the late William Randolph
Hearst, or Colonel McCormick of Chicago.
No reasonable person objects to fair critic-
ism, courteously expressed, but I believe it
can be accurately said that all British people
and many Americans have w mdered at times
what could be the real motive behind the
lite-long efforts of these two men to promote
r.ad feeling between their own country and
Great Britain.
In biographical bits about Colonel Mc-
Cormick I have read that he went to school
at Eton, and I sometimes, wonder If his ex-
periences there had the effect of imbuing him
with his strong anti British bias. The boys
schools of which Eton is the largest and best
known have a tendency to keep up old cus-
toms and traditions, some of which might
well seem extremely odd to an American
youngster, especially if his earlier life had
not been calculated to prepare him for them.
In plain words he might have a very tough
time there until he adapted himself, which
some might not manage to do at all. It could
be a mistake of well-meaning parents to send
a boy to such a school without suitable
preparation beforehand.
I count Americans among actffW of my best
and oldest friends, and at times in the past
have discussed with them the question of
bringing up children. I know some of them
have been concerned about the possible re-
sults to their own youngsters, of following
the popular craze for crowdirtg the maximum
amount of pleasure, and 'having a good time'
into the years of adolescence. It is apparent-
ly based on the mistaken notion that after
adolescence life will be grim and bleak and
old age will come soon and be miserable.
All parents are up against the fact that it
is not practicable for them to set a standard
..f discipline and deportment for their own
children, that differs very much from that
set by the parents of the youngster's with
whom their own associate in school or at
play.
BOARDING SCHOOLS
fa Britain the great majority of parents
who can afford it send their boys and girls to
boarding schools. One advantage of the
system is that all are treated alike and ex-
pected to conform to the standards of the
school, and no nonsense about it. Some of
my American friends have at first been op-
posed to the idea of turnim; their youngsters
over to a boarding school, but iftcr trying to
cope with the problems themselves for a time,
have decided to give it a trial with happy
results.
In matters like this. Cannda is usuallv
somewhere between the two countries and
that applies I think to educating the young.
By that I mean that Canadian youngsters
have rather more freedom and less discipline
at an early age than their British counter-
parts, and somewhat less freedom and more
discipline than Americans.
It seems worthy of note that tJ e n,'P about
the big brown eyes and tiny mind, came from
the pen of an American writer who enjoys
a considerable popularity on both sides of the
Atlantic. Mentally immature adolescents
may be found in any country of course, and
in these times the main difference between
the American and his or her British counter-
uart is ptohably that the latter is kept at
nome by currency restrictions. It is also
true that at any time the British youth does
not have so much pocket money, or the
unrestricted use of the familv automobiles,
and is therefore less devastating if only bv
reason of having far less scope.
I sincerely hope that 'Mrs. American* will
TllbliAY SEPTrnhfBPl 1. \U1
-THE GOLDEN VOICE NV KSERY RECORD BOOK"
tells tho storv vrrtk Songs and afufk on a gramophone record
to help you read it In tho Btiok.
?
.ADVOCATE STATIONERY
tprasf Ovrn Ware with Cavers
In tare* sbM
Sandwich Plates Frail Dlaa*s
l usuu-d Bowh Coasters
l^mowadr Caps Olssisas
(both Dersratrd or Plata,
Srrrw Cap Glass Jars <1 or 1 sal.)
a s.
I naldairr Haulr-
PITCHER & CO.
Ph. 4472
MOYGASHEL
I did arth^d It Com- .^^.rjcu.;u,a,l.brrr forty JJ***-,- S^l,""^", ^J, ,eSt assured that the article to which she takes
." **.*** Tl- i.te? tto SH-A. '" h *"HM t" ">'! exception should not be taken too srrlouslv.
. i In my feeble "W '"'*- -' ~s- v~ -"'- ,,. .,, lu|y. fi, aoM ,
solemn .rotest 7 <?!,'. .iosery. It.
m way tor the down-
e dark Banta Afric7n Cam And none shall aay me NAY- Heaping,' Mr. Roam,
.ig in this C" H. ROCK. gee this point,
sugar MsM P a i a d l c. You, -Rockcrest", Olstin 11,!' PHYSICAL Ct'LTVRIST.
but rather as just a piece of cood clean
journalistic fun W all believe in freedom
of speech and the press and so on, and it must
work both ways if it is to work at all.
DRESS
LINENS
Patterned
& Plain
These delightful materials! There is no fabric
quite like MOYGASHEL. Our new shipment
is a riot of colour and includes the 'hard
to get* colours, and Black!
WHITE
BLACK
. S MARINA GREEN & OLD GOLD
NAVY
BISCUIT GOLD It POWDER BLUE
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
JAMS! JAMS!!
For The- CUMrM
JAMS
WITH J. R. BRKAI>
Fit Jam
iv i- ii Jam
Apricot Jam
Plum Jam
I'satson Jam
Aarhor Hun. i
Custard Powa>r
4 oi., 8 os.. IS os.
.In-i Arrived
Prarl Bsrlry In tins
Ice Cream Mis
Van. and Smiw-lwrrv
Flavour
Frull Salad
it cellophane Pks*.
Cod lUcs In tlas
1'rrsh ri.in.ior-.
S p-fciils
Carrolst9c. per lb
Anrhor Cttsrsr
'-lb pkc 44c.
CARR'S
CAfftU Use first name
la Bfernhs
ANCHOR Use first name
la Butter
CIGARETTES
CRAVEN A she Brst
In Cla-srettes
GOLD BRAID the first
In Ram
STOUT


TCKDAV. SFrTEWBFR 2. IK!
AftSAUOs .vinmAll.
PACI I
D.M.S. WILL VISIT TRINIDAD
'Sunavis* Loads Sugar
IT IS mmOSBftOOD that Dr. J P. O'Mahonev.
Director of Medical Services, will leave Barbados durum
Ihe week for a len day isit to Trinidad and during his
absence Dr F. N Grannum. Medical Officer of Health,
will act as Director. t *
Dr. O'Mahonev. amc > er things, will see at first
hand the progress of lb" l* . ducted in Trinidad. He might also visit the new hospital
recently erected in San Fernando.
The post of PhvttrMn at the
BRIDGE SWUNG:
PLANK REPAIRED
The Chamberlain Bridge
was closed to traffic yester-
day afternoon for jurt over
an hour. A plank was dis-
covered split and while the
bridge wi< swung workmen
carried u u t oti-the emergency repatfl
626 Transactions At
Govt. Bank Yesterday
Hhckburne To
Visil \ irgiii
islands
General Hospital ha*
for the first time by tn- recent
appointment of Dr. D H. IrWin
*ho ha* been selected by the
Colonial Office and will U- arriv-
ing in Barbados later In the year
Thia appointment should do
much to remove many of tne
criticism* against the Hospital.
At the time of the change
over, when the Hospital became
a government department It was
derided that the post of physician
should be held along with th.it
of surgeon. The po*t whn
filled and in recent times the
Director of i Medical Services
recommended that this should be
a separate and specialist office.
500 Tons Of
Pickled Pork
Expected
learnt During the months of April Mid M.:\ when the
crop season is in full swing, as nigh M BflO partial
deait with on Mondays,

-vcnclh
n. Si. Luc>,
A shipment of 500 tons of pic- allowed 5 damages
Kled pork I. espectcd to arrive ucl Rock i I the I
m Barbados between October and Their Honours, the Judaa. o| Um
December. A attain Court of Apiw-j|. Mr.
Anyone desirous of obtaining H. A Vaughan and Mr A J. H.
licences for the importation of Hanschcll. In giving lodgment
the whole or part of the amount tor tS, Their Honoun
should make application to the a derision or Mr. .1 It |
Office of the Contn>ller ol Sup- ivm IM>i Judga ol D in \
pin-, mi Iritei than 10 a.m. on (^va*ftih had ..u>. .- i 10 Bad
Tuesday. BepUinoer 9 showing nnpMuad aaalnal tha ivm rjabl
the following: JudgeV decision.
Quantity of neck bones, heads. Rock beat her wttfa I Stick ami
short ribs, spare ribs, riblets, bit her on one of her lingers Ai
ANTK.UA, Augu** S8.
SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX peiwms were H.staesl
dealt with at thi Qovirnrnugw s.-vmna Bank yaatarrda) l l '''
This was noi a record numWi how*V the Advocate

On tin HI
Kx.ellei ,* will '' ru-i i the Vu -
The introduction ol itu- three i'n N
I ounter t'> :.
vim tha State De-
lhi d< pertinent, an I aartraant \
! .
..ml Ihe
rw i ra J m **u """,n '" A
( Ceaaall .. clerk '"*" *" Sept. i ind Hi.
a vested. iwala and "*e.lenc> will return en I
k B*PaBwar
list net b* i i
5 Damages
Awarded
ii i)
:i" Leaner This
while the


I
| llfM ihe clerk
i the in irhme slmpl)
limit witli ..
iv machine
tuple entry.
7 Ships Arrive
Over H rt>k-i *. <> Uli. I IUIVU1, "- "".1 <~' ^.. ..1 HI 1 MMK1 ,,-
Anns, tails, snouts, head- a result, she had to seek medical ll" """ ,.
The customer leave* but
i noon there is
liM
lha wm k<
i
l-isi' from
.i i
ml
udil carried out
is fnol-
1..niii-
The S-S. Su'iarU arrived In
Carlisle Bay on Saturday and has BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBr
been taking cargo of 1.100 tons, II "l)S- "
of sugar for Montreal. I skins, butts, scalps, and fat back, aid, was treated at the General mimt. "?"* ho>" "*" '" afaahM
Of this amount General Trad- I for which firm offers have been Hospital; and detained ;.l Ihe K"?f. T_P_'!A' **B-*J*Z*t25z a mlr
era are shipping 2"5 tons while received: Nel C.I.F. price per almshouse for ten weeks. Hi
other shippei-s are Plantations Dr J P O'HAHONEV barrel of 200 pounds and per finger had to be lanced.
Ltd. 200. Manning & Co.. l.:d 175 tierce of 350 pound*, exclusive She works as a domestic ser-
Husaon Son ft Co.. Ltd. 200; Do- cooked take a greater amount of Of commission and source of sup- vant for 13.50 a week a!
Costa a Co.. Ltd. 200 and Jones ,uel and the result is that this ply. unable to work during her Ue-
& Swan 50 tons too has been in short supply. tention at ihe almshouse She
The remaining Quantity for Fortunately the Schooner Er>\ ^^\^M^^1^ had .^ ^ UM ,oe "'^^ '''
shipment to eon/laf?1^ " Antta "1*S OVfT ,h* wk- Irani Canada mutt fi , *""
export crop ^m tons io *nd from British Guiana bring- mbJ *n'^Xate^e? fv a
,;,-,! In u cargo of charcoal and fir* veterinary ItSpSory;TBSth.and
Animal Division. Department of
i
i- D Cumpton' uiuier
. the At
si Lucia undai
Mattel and ins
Tann
'"": Tneii eari.......siste.1 ..f i mki
lb., It .eeds eoicvhons wK i|(um. .,, ^ ^
en only be in ado on the authn. I t |( : .
BW ags of tacoanuti Ti.r "Augiutus
M T li-
the accoiaitniit who
Js ihe correction.
WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING
U.WAYS USE
a:% i; a in;
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED
Mill IN
Canada and SrfSO -, the
Kingdom
"Some of them trade*
rmofi rhapt won't realist
that you can't get more
rmf nf a machine than (j
mi' info If "
cargo of charcoal and fire
.- ...t
CHANGES CrTMV YrsU',^a-VlhT^.per whart,was AfrlcuMuin, Canada, stating that
The Han)1aWn l.taff Mwhant bu*y *"h dr*>pkeepers and retail- tn. mc mcat has not MigL^t,^,
arrived over \h~ \;k^endp: and p" Kpnin tno,r S"PP" from or been packeu within a
yesteiday change^ he' new. L''"^" radium of 100 miles of a foot and
During thp day ihe office of the RACK HORSES mouth disease infected area.
Harbour ami Shipping Master Two race horses arrived over Importers should only lender
was busy with the selection of the week-end by the Harrison when their principals can deftn-
seamen. Twenty-six of the old '"""r Mc-chani from England. itely execute orders placed, and
number were re-emp|oved and nc ,s three-year-old bay ship during the time specifled.
three new ones wer signed on. 'iUy Fluffy Rugglos" for Mr. Tenders must be submitted in
The Mrrcharu which brought a J R Edwards and the other is a sealed env(l0|>es and marked:
general cargo U expected to leave two-year bay (Illy "Ardena" for "Tender for Pickled Pork."
for Trtnfclad on Wednesday Dr. a. L. Goddsrd. Yesterday was Ihe last day on
The doctor now Joins the ranks which the office of the Control-
ON DOCK of racing ownerS with his broth- Jcr of Supplies gave consldcrs-
The Vene7u#ian?Wotoi Vessel crs John and Joe Goddard. "on ,to thf !^,n ' ',l*nfrs.
Gloria Maria 188 tons consigned KXCIRSIONISTV Ihe 'm.Prt,lon ?* 500 long tons
to Messrs. H M Jones Co., hs The halt tos drrS? eve,, "'f0"*"1 'r immedlalp *hi*
been on dock for six weeks peopla who were sedate enough
J!^Krf!!iin8 JPne, L^pa'?;,IU! la Mclww rntfnalnm't > 8n- Exports and Imports Order
overhaul by Messrs. Central riay t0 1.x* for some cool pot
Foundry Umitcd. She came oft outside the city, and on Sunday Another notice published at the
on Saturday ,hcr.- was a goodly number of Office of *he Controller of Sup-
The Gloria MarU expect* to excursionists at the Crane Beach plies states that the Governor.
leturn to Venezuela on Thursday, from early until late in the in exercise of the powers confer-
DISORDKRI.Y evening. red on him by Section 3 (2) of
Trafalgai Square is becoming n They carried refreshments and Ihe Exports and Import* (Re-
place of disorder once again and some enjoyed seabathing and lay f r^rt'?n, AJcl- l9W- n,sde ,ho
this i* because of the relaxation irut off in the shade of the trees, following order:
of the Police. 11 U regrettable that many The order may be cited as the
The taxi drivers are again people however take the oppor- fxP" "Jd *mPj!r** tlniport
leaving their vehicles at all tunity to carry receptacles and U?gMAi?^_lTrf'_Liil fmn,
angles and outside the lagulai remove sand in vehicles. This anAm' 1p^on,,maly ]^2i K
parking lot. One car linn up will allow the ms* to encroach "JJ. T SteS ?sh onS and
behind the others until one in the still further and later spoil the 5J~ *T ""^ flsh' on'ons and
line gets a "ealT and then he Leach. Some of the grape treea Pwc*-
drives into the stand. During the are now stunted because of hav- The order shall have effect
day they are found washing ears ing their roots exposed through subject to the following provl-
In the Square and the wash water Ihe removal of this quantity of sions:
running O.ar the street and down sand. (a) The order shall operate
to the W.iarf edge. It is unsightly FEDERATION DEBATE oniy ,n "^P**! o* the type of
and disorderly. TIK. n,HIM, ,,f AsMtnbl^ is fc"ood-s sps-cilk-d in Article
Pedesmnns too are not keei>ii1K rheduled Io meet today and in th* ord*r. wl>'ch
to the "Pleaae Cross Unas-. Two keeping with the warning Iwued prod"^d in countrl.
of these lanes lead from the f'>"t- (>v Mr O. 11. Adams, Leader of exports take place
path near the Buildings and from the'Government a few meetings The certificate or orisln of all
the Cenotaph People are begin- 0. ta expected that tha b2*uS nafS shaTl ba
ning to wander ove, the Square fcrBoU,r portion of the day's ses- SSuced by ie ^mpor^r or
again and motorists travellliift on iion will be spent on the discus- conaUmee ""porter or ^^ ^^ j-^
the straight drive towards Con- -on c| redemUon. ^ approval of thi- Flnanc......' ''"
mtton have to be ^xlnnnely Many ol the other colonin Secretary musl be obtained prior and costs.
careful not to collide with them, have already declared themselves to the importation ol any such Cummins said that the eon did
Motorists themselves are not for or against Federation and goods where payment for such K into the land, but that at th.>
keeping to the two lineg ol whilst in Barbados the Report goods Is to be made to the country time Greavcit did not [tall
traffic from the centre of the has been accepted for discussion othoi lhah the country of origin lhat it had damaged any canes
Square to the Junction ut Bridge ^is will be the full dress debate of the goods. He had paid him 2s. for the trrs
Street and Constitutional! one is which leaden in many of the This Order was mad*.by tha paw
/i) \/.s jui nsa
i/i/VA/y COMPLBTtB
ConHtmction of the Ut
market at Paynss lay ha<
bsen completed *nd will
soon he ready for one by the
public. Tbe market which I*
iin.ii-'ii on the left side of
tha road opposite tat Method
id Church, wan erect**! by the
Vastly ol that parbh.
mi>" arrival] (nan ntoldad, whii.
m K\ Uaat*1 UTtvad from St.1
r vi ^^els are all con-
Uu Bchoonai Ownan
v iiion.
The team hipa whlrh arrived
were the "Akog Puritan" bram
' I .a" from
Trinidad, tha s^
from lxtndan. v
also from Trinidad. l
and the "Merchant"
t. Da Costa A Co Lid while iheil!
"Sunsvti" tnci lh "puritan" are
igncd to Ptantattoni Ltd.. and
Roi ttl Thai U Pet
OUR READERS SAY
8 ~ul< s Clim-lu-d
In Pro^Hisl
Marshal's Office
Judgment Giwm
For Greaves In
>Cow Dispute
travelling up Io Constitution it other coloniei were expecting to Governor on July 24. 1932
should be easy to keep on the left j^ 5taaed in the Barbados
and if it is intended to tum 'nto Legislature.
Bridge Street then it should be ------------------
easy to keep to the right. The
dodging of cars from ona line to
the other puts pedestrian- ol a
disadvantage
NFW CARLTON CLUB
The opening of the new Carlton
Club is scheduled to take placo
on Monday 22nd when the mem-
bers of the Club will be Host* to
their friends.and well wishers.
The C*Vyag firs: -tartrd by
the HuWhJraXirV Brothera who
acquired fmr nert1ii>n of HaOetts
and started on a small scale.
Later lhe> bought more of the
land and then built a Pavilion
which is reputed to be second
only to Kensington The bulldlr.g
was supervised-lay. Mr. Reynolr'
Hutchinson witfl Mr. Itlades o.
Messrs! D. M. Simpson in the
background.
The founding nf ihe Club is an
.ncnievement [or ihe members ol
CarltoA and. thcu- many friends
will join' In wishing them all
success.
FIREWOOD ARRIVES
With the scarcity of nee In this
Island during the last few weeks
people have been compelled to
resort to prevalent use of ground
prrvi** '>* These I j !> properly
Oddfc-Hows Return
11 unit Tomorrow
Members of the Household of
Ruth Lodge. G.U.O.OJ". who
arrived from Trinidad on their
annual visit to the branch lodge
here will return home tomorrow
morning.
During their short stay in the
iqjnny, they took part m a pro-
cession with the local branch from
the Livesey Comet Lodge Room.
Hay Street to the St. Marys
Church where they altcndcd Di-
vine Service on Sunday morn-
ing.
ST. HAWS P\THO\AI.
FESTIVAL \t:\T WOOL
The St. Mary s Choir under their
l.nder Mr. Bent ley Callender will
randat ihe Anthem THE LGHD
IS MY LIGHT AND MY SAL-
VATION composed by Sgt. Archer
01 the Barbados Police Band, on
Sunday night, the eve ol the
J'atronal Festival of that Church
The Fistival will continue until
UM following Sunday The Rcvrt
Layne. Vicar of St Silas and St
Albans, will deliver the opening
ci-mon
ll:nsi s Replaced
In Flood Areas
Since the 1M9 heavy rail
which caused many of the houa
of rhe Delamere and Halls Ruod
areas to be washed away and
destioyed, people have
steadily replacing house* about
this flood area. The land is pri-
vately owned land, and as house
spots are In great demand, peoplej
are sometimes forced to
their houses to such areas.
Over the week-end, a boarded!
and shingled house has been
moved to this area, und has been
placed at the Junction of Halls
Road and Tweedside Road. A shop|
wai washed away from thi
spot during the rain In I
Meanwhile, the Housing Board
are getting many applications foi
house apots from people whoa*
landlords have given them notice
to quit. The Board are removing!
quite a number ol hou
ally from congealed areas, and
allowing house spots to peooJe.
but the number which apply 7c
house-spots is great.
Kighl sales were eflectesi
Provost Marshal's Office i
u,i vaar, n ahank with
I MlOB disci"- r,i ' I .i \
hikhest fum |>ald at one
saw was $5.00(1 tat
im hag nf hind
house at Brittona
Huirhinson & Baii'icid as agent
io- r r. Kimt.
I' tides were 2 roods. 26 S
f land at Charnocks,
C hi ist Church for which C. M
Chiike or rhornburs Hill. Christ
i >' "....... : n 11 i <
!."' of Innd at Diamond Rmk. St
Their Honours the Judges of Peter, sold to the I'oiochlal
Ihe AxMal.inl Court of Appeal. Trtasurer of St PattrJ
Mr. II. A. Vaughan and Mr. A J. Inombury Hill, aohl io Mi t t
H. Hanschell. ycaterday agiv^l liilni.i ... aganl f,.t Joatph King
with a decision of Mr. J. It. Ed- for $4r!0.00; V280 quare feel of
# of wards. Petty l>ebi Judge of Dl land with Dwelling house
are wholly lrlcl 'E wno *BW ),"|K,l"'"t '" ittaobad it Ooodland,8t Mi.haci.
from which i'cPn <1"'''ve'' Of ROOK H-ill. St -old to It .1 (iiifllfh ..! (he wme
Thr-m.is. gainsi Pomtroy Cun> DMrtel ror I.812; 2 rola 4 l/IO|
p"",." "* 'l|-l^", '"' pamnai with d Ills
L: ''" BtlHons Mill. m-M for *5.000 Io
Cummin* COW brolraawu i .,,.., Hublhlnaon a Banfleld.
May 2 ff^ffdj Jotal 0 h, ;i|tPtlts for T F KlllK
10 perches ut land ut tin- I'-nn.
St. Peter, sold to HuiWiirunn 4
Han Ik-Id as agent* for Charles E.
Kdghill for 180.00; J.H70 square
leet of lun.l id Wcsiinn % Road
id to Will! >"i I Siiuiirhan for
$170.00; and 3 ran day 21 porrhe*i
at anarbourna, si John
Cummin* r>ank VrtriXf ol Wilson Hill bl
m ..I Ui- "ie Mad iwrlsh l*>r S3.585.00. The
t nut lha npraiaad value f 51.2110.
t'amsin/aniiif
1*0 thi Edttor, 1'" Adraaeate
sin. 1 baa to 11101011
Qanii Chii
1 bopt the) get dall) eopanol tha
Advocate' in hell m pOfhapl I
should lay lir.mi (oi iii.iking
tin- him King of the BrlUKU in Dm
tai it ft it tnstalinant ol the Sunda.....I
thai rana "lida Wed Indian Culture"
Hi.. nVlUaUy, Cassivelaunu.
\*ch "I"' l"'u ""' I" ".ninenl chief
2 roods."4 1'io '" Brlhun vh.n Caasti Invaded
Wttk duidling """I '*lnd-
Hill- sold
Greaves said that
was In too great a 1
time for him to point ou
damage Ihe cow had dOM
DO MO
rni;\M
si 1 \n \ 1 ons
ARE
iillilll.Y EFFICIENT
EASY TO OPERATE AND
SCON PAY FOR THEM-
SELVES
Hundreds In UK all over
the B.W.I, and ill are
giving complete satisfac-
tion ............ IM.42
DOMO" CHURNS
.............. $30.74
-s/iMro'
SAFES
FIRE AND BL'ROLAR
RESISTING
Body plat* (top. bottom
and sides) of one steel
plate bent by hydraulic
paassure. VB solid iteel door
plate, wrought steel cham-
bers' 2 V to 3" in thickness
filled with best quality flre-
resistlng material.
FOR THE MODERN HOME!
tmtmgltj ftehWffi
LIBERTY HOME
laflO
(Peacock and Chinese Lady
Ihtiunt,)
SO" wide >l 5.12 and 4.5t yd
Also I II*. I K I S (I SIMONS
AI
Cave Shepherd & Co.. L(<1.
HI, II. 12. I.I Broid SI.
Buy "SAMCO" For SAFETY
20 X Ifl X 15 . 1120 N
24 X 11 X 17"___ llS r,"
28 20 x l** .... 1209 3
HlKltlSOSS
LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS
HARDWARE DEPT.
Tels: 1142 and 2304
Qlamorous ZAfatural
Waves for tfll
uilh
VOSEMXR
Thv ISattiral /fair Kruvr.
Your hair can Le beautiful always when treated with
VOSKMAR. Follow the directions in every package and after
. few days you'll be convinced of Its definite impiovcmcnt.
$SCf^ Try VOSEXK
MEDICATED SCALP HYGIENE cmMne.
in own Slmmpoo and end< .Dandl uir and
..ii,., seejp eomplalala. n also !>nnss me
and lustre to the dullest hair
ON SALE AT - -
KMGHTS DRl'li SIOIll.S
ill
VISI-TMIN MiTVA wswh shsll treasure
lo its sllurini besuly snd Isithful scruraey.
1.-. Jewel... ('old Hlled, guaranlsNHl 181.(0
OTHER MODELS to IM0 7I
Genls' GRIK.N WRIST WATCHES
Ml 04 to 11*1.21 IS ..ml 17 JeweU SEE YOUR JEWELLERS NOW ON SHOW
1. f.7./W.I A CO. LTD.
20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens
I
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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. SEFTEMBBIi I. lltt
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TttCPHOHI 210*
THANKS
Jrrslgaed wouM llae
10 tnanli -II tlese who so kindly arm
- Card*. Wreaths. Mowee*. or wm-
l>thlw wlUt in th* ma. of Pauline
I
Walter, and
Jfflr** 'el
IN MEMORIAM
\a. BBB4B Baring i
Dado. Edw.id who
IWH Beyond on H-e Ith *
MM
May Ha rest In Pt
rvri lo be member *rt
Ihept.nl>. Edalm* ich.ldrem.
.bn.ineri Theodore ml***"
IMP*" plr-r M*g
I'.ver lo b. J '** <
I-WBTSi
Bftean s^anda. four Srr>
aranda I "* ' '
l>lc waa dNln-l I
1 rim *- n. UrMUld. Uarel*
,., ., .. i.ti. ihMi".
i' i
immi icu&e>. su
i.t-r rJoanaMai urctharB an
tTh*onhi.u. Own iBdoi
v H RENT
FOR KALE
AUTOMOTIVE

; Baa, Mn
! Ltd Tele-
li'i Wdn
CAB li.i.maa Mins Eacelbrot oondl-
iion. owner driven, don* ou, U.orw miles
Edwin Mayaew. OilUri
C'mncy Co. LM Palmetto SI iPhon<
tiH'. n mt "
*
CAB Blat* M IBM Oolite
Me OftV- ieTt. home
M
KLKCTKH AL
PYT. CAR RADIOS-4 Tula with RF
Stage and II Vet mod. to. A Untiled
1 lanlii). call early P C S. Mil<
Co Ud niM-t
rOULTRY
PtOEONB Import*. Cin-iui Pigeons
; palm V-lo.i I pair teds i<
tors* type* Apply/ P D Mavn
P..riers 81 James, or Dial oil*
, --1 I.TBV Import*.; B-
I pulliti 2 eorkerel. i4S months old'
| Ap*>.| g. D. Maynurd Porters.
.Janwe s u
LIVESTOCK
PI IN.14' SALES
HEAL ESTATE
AU TIIAT
'DM "f(.edale"
UucB --. To
ived o. or to
-SepWinl-. 1M1
It. :*n
certain Ow*Hi>ighouee
*>tu.l* ai UN" **"
be dsanoltatsod *r>4 re-
ifere in. J** ,ia,r oi
Apply K A (.umih
One Iwo Horey -an d* riling
riua*> a( Derrick'. Bat. at Jama*
noun: sum If
*hi n s.i kM i llrnrkt. l
13 rU flnrS Dlafc MM>
ta **-*
ACM
Now Road. I
tog*, fin* vm e
'rfikni Building lit*
-mhi acre ol land i
dale Hall Dial 941. ft <
Ha Sir.
1 *' a "
Ht'NUAIOW Slog wall Bungalow
ciBed "nAKTA UAtlA" mU. .IK
-ii,.r (..I ol L.d .l.xhed >llualr al
M-rhaal.
"Ke li'iute tonlalni Dranlnc and IHr-
rooma. 1 Brdrenmi :* wateri brrakfaat room. Kiw-h>-
(Ir.
-. rianli' rooma EltiltLty____
Th* abova pcopi-rv will be art up It
i.l* by Pubuc roniprlitlui al our CnTic
'am*. Slr**l an rndav lllll *>*1
IH1 .1 1 pm
Inmrllon b appointment Dial >
YUARWOOD 4> BOYCI.
niBltr
ST
!SnU*
Jamauir Hecoming
hilll A iti.i'.a
Jariaicnii ih
'
ONUON. Auf 2U.
ii cuming over th
MB. Fiom thi- u ,-
bat-kiround
Frt-ik-h L'jiivenity
Holds -vniinar On
(jolonial VJlaii'-
i"URT-OFJ>PAIN. Spl. 1
Not long ago, Bordeaux Untver-
TAMLt TtNHH
SEQOMD HOUND
CHAMPIONSHIP
GAMES TO-MCHT
i onomy. the iv. Franc*, apofuarsd aenunar
The accutwl ruund of gjnn I [ becocninf mduslri- on colonial affair*. ThU 3ymp*>-
\h- Table Tenni- Open (ham- lid. *"". H * c^LVad, wa pre.
iiionahio will l- uUvfti ji th* Bldd <* er by MortBlaur A. Char-
VM?\ a 15 o'clock totilBW Wur,d ion inspector General of NaOonal
Tr-dn;MWto tonigm- War ,, whfn ^ ^oru,,. .,, Kdac.tion -nd formerly Dlrior
u M,.r*.v V BuiUr W cor.unuT ood luin d atlenU'M. of Education in Ihe MinUtry for
Rlm,rJS Slmmonds v. A "p*"- f^f ,hmiu like aboc* and furnilurc. lecture, divert at this Ttnpo-ium
rmchael v, L Harding or N. " e forwrd to the Ha.e *nT*-B
Bourne; Symmond. va I* JTor- whe major induHrie* like
rail; E CioodlnK v* II Phillip*; cem**nl manufacture and baux-
Goodrtdce vs R. (Vlleyin-. >t- mlninn are accomplish!-I
Goodlng vi D. Coward; J. Bynoe facU.
" Chnar; C. On-enidge v* J. -
(^or/Miration
pAAaAix-s
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN Tat ( orai or tNt rm
HOL'Sfe^
a r-AjrTMrjrra
A I'A irTMEfT .! V*ninei
. iDrauirui' 1-
aldna. two la-i* B-rtrooma e-cn
BFACll coi'RT-HMihtf. runy fura<
I lioii ll(h **|'l lo IMh Prawnb-i
Hwa* )mh hatafn .nd sm pi
HUNOALOH Tn An Apptovnd T*n
(.-to*. Modrm aan-akl*. I..^
Iurr.lrfd Bungalow .:*c*ll*nt %-*
bithln* FOr I'.rlnrr partiru ar< An
to No t Cental S-in.l. Wonhir.g
fVil^Lhl.L.ANrO(lS
"-
* lint b*n Initrudad by Ur.
Gerald Manning to offer for aalr he(
Hodden in Cuilodrn Itoao
roritalpi Bye bedroom
ir. brr.hlaat room, lounf
galkry and uaual oBUa.
ervanta room.. garaa> and tabl*
About 4H acre, of land Viewing B|
itmrnt with Mr. Manning ! . nSJi
Oltaia mil b* conaMeied (or in*
l-olv properly or lot "i* I
V of th* land arparately Inquiriei
ih* undrriigned
Mvaara CARJUNOTON MALT.
Luc a. Hire* I
u u in
Weeke-, R. Herbert v S. Shield?.
J. Hoad vs N. Gill. C ilumphu-.
r, King. F, Ward v* J. Cl-
lender; and U Samprnn vs L.
Archer.
The Ladiea Singles Cliamplon-
ship begins at the Y.M C A, on
Friday. September 5 at TOO p.m.
The draw U a* follows: M Wood
v E. Daniel; B Chandler vs. A.
Walcott; J. Clarke v* M. Alklns
M p Sm.th; R. GloummiMu v-
K Barnes. J. Jones vs J Hum-
phrey: R Howard vs J. Good-
ridge; R. WilUams va E. Bynoo
and H Howard
CTiaistj Act. rial I dw h*r. I
ir mtrt*M or nag
ajaadtaaMg M piwaartl -' BM
* rUlma wiih their witneaan 4
on any Toraday or rnday brlwaaw In* -*n
. noon at U>* Reatatt.uia Offc*. Public ImM-
>b. BrMaatown. bador* th* lltb day *4 OctoBer. IBM. in nrder that M-h rlahwa
_*B b* rapurtad on and ranked acco.'ding to th* nature and pnortii lh*rof
raaaasvUraBy, utharwla* n-ch peraon. will b* precluded Iioni Ih* he.
- alfectlng lb* gmparP '
S bring >a*are ma
nB voucMr* lo be
datiM and to *prled Irom all ,
agalhat th* aald proper!'
PBMNUff RBCHAHD ITANlX-i' N I
Del*ndar.u WDJJAJd niEROUl BARMBB ai
FRANC tK lx>NAl.D BARNCB
rl ,
..I I
On*
ffBBBBBMBBB rl
m* tn and ..*
... -. BBBBBM
Lower broad SU**t. .
I: MTMFR1CAL -illll'lKiM.
IllNAToHV ill T-lepl. n* N'umlnr* .--
Hated In numerical order Pric* J. -
Ba-
ll i
liUNOALOW-On *
i,nv iinad Ifaai
iuh batB > iwdrooina Bervani*
t. m* Varandali. ">.'i
.elephooa BMt__________________IB an-t I
"CAST FgACH" BnuiH a^-atdr
ruiigalow Bajneld Droch. B| '
l^bbc. Bench CoenCtirUibly Mmian.d.
1 t,.oioaen.. R*Irta*.alor. aeivany root.,
WiME
SI
Oaf
ID- lurilNlKXl.
tiatlilng Avp.
WANTED
.tl'rr rnTCBIVDD Popular Ganu-a In-
.ding CanaHa. Pitt. Manopoly. lota-
!>. and Pegu. Alao a va leiy -f
iiileieiling Jlg-Baw Puulea All iteiiu
"Wdrrata prtcaa Harrlacn'a Bl D*pt i Broad Street
il 8.asgn
Mil i ^1**1 Plateat ) IB. .. 3/1*
'is. I'll r lo r
ilal jtaa. Auto Tyra Ca. Tralalg^r and
r.itroah. KnlUud'a lending Dally H*i
paper now arriving la Barhadoa bo- Air
only a lew day* alter pubiicaUun in
1-ondon- Conlart lin (ial*. C/n. A#W-
r.I. Co. Ud.. laL B.pr-e ntatlve
Tai. mis. ir*aa-
n III H .MIMIh
NOTICE
OrTera In writing will be received up
n 4K> p m on rTMla> Sth BepUmbei
SB by cOtrRTBSV (lARAOK Whn*
Park Road, (or On* III 1M VAiXHALi.
S-l.-.r. damaged bv Tire Blip aft IrTil
;...... 1.1 *'
BM /.., 6
1 .11 .IK- i
I....." -
NOTlCi.
, writing will to received up
m on Friday. Hh September
,* 'H 1MB AUSTIN 9 ton loiry
In accident. InapectMm at
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN ANTHONY I UMV
IXlFTi'S OTWAV WIlJCtNtON
iDefand in)
rn tJ-ii'M*
The NfMimiCAl.
DTJtBCTORY la aeailabl* .1 Afivocnu-
Cola'. Printer*. Johnaon. StnUenery.
R..brrti *V C and .1 the Colonaal Ad*..-
ll.lng Cu iRaibado.1 Ud. Jam** W.
I-,,., i IS SS-i>
I'.- DM NUMKH1CAL
\jntMVKmt kM
Ti'lephutu- Number
Price S/-.
Pyorrhea and
Trench Mouth
Slopped In 24 Hours
Meeding iwn. aora laewth. *>**
mUi wi.an iii y-iu ate a rlctlai oi Pi i
rh*i or n-nfli Mnulh. a* annwMdglaaaa*
, ".i Tr. i '.ild'hiV lo***."! laloe MM I.
tflar* you- llei* Since Us* iteal Woiid
U W.aae mooih dlaaaaM Mr- .pti
irrnughoql Ih* world a* il-i now Kli"
iui. ,B that lour mil Of
luff.mt. nmi-.r or lalet
d 'oi" tm-* dmo" i*i
M-i* Ihey '.Kin (*uee nol o >
_____o( MrUi, bul alao chronic rheuan-
Vtaai mid heart Houbu.
Nw DUcovary SaivBi Taath
Annm. Ih* dlacorerr of an Aim>r >n
atirnilit, OghM ih-ae ireublea in a r.e*
and a"1" *"T I* pet.Mial*. right t" n "
reel 01 the UouM>. .ion. rum. from Meed-
ny Art! day, quickly (all 'i-
onl of your moath, and n>on
Ihe lealh. TM Mknylna leli'r
*. W. B. aha** tni re.ulu thai
.tain 1*1: "I Buffered from ""
and ryorrhrti M Mi
' btredlng and
. aciMal othei
.... all Ih* la
and llien li-.il Of thla new
IM M iin alter aaing
Podad IBM
__>ta*nai
harden
Guorantaerf
a bo (mi ai.d aa awMM
lived la Mho your idb*b
,i .... .Biiiin and iigliien
ne aalUfaclUD or
v back nn (ufnati*npir jMHag*^
i day of July.
iflpcttng all that
isu. I glv* notice
any eitate. -igbt i
lien or tncumbram
piece
Mi i
r in I
Ii i
i.h of Sauii Tnomaa and Island
badoa rnnUinlng by ndmeaauremaaM <>"
ii^-d llnrtv five prrihr* or thereabout
..butting and bounding on land, of UIum
HdOtyaraj m lai di i \ I m < "" ",T-
ioar" on land* ol the **tate of Thonui
OUI decaaaad and on th* publli
wuh n>- numerical Tn.rj-iiosr j '.>' m Baa_aaa
DIHICTORV any Teleplionr Number tan bound lo bring before
Ihe pmi. ....uerived their aald claims wit
1 t on documenU and \nMcn*ra.
ii,.i
abul in
account
wltnei
o'clock In ihe
. ihg coara <
Appeal at ih* t
!> <..... i MB
order Ih.t sucti
Bi-coedlng lo i:
intd
_. Pllday Ih
i( U inooni and
krnooa. at th* Ofltc<
h AaBl.lanl Court o
it HOUB*. Id klgrtov.
( ol October. 19&1. L
lainu mn. be ranked
nature and prior II
ily. oltorwlae such pei
Dr. Monueatruc. Hasd of the
Pusteur Institute In Martinique,
.spoke on trie treatment of \eptory
in the Wot Indie* Monsieur
Hi-nm, an authority in this par-
ticular Held, lectured on the soil
.md .igricultural possibtlrtleii of
1- i net) Guiana. Professor Evans of
An InJustnal Development the Univera ty of Bristol deolt
Corporation fias been eaUbllahe.^ w'tn **>e CnalHutional Devetoi.
by Government to provide the menl of the British West liulu->
imcnhve* for Uidustria-; and A.co.l?nl ? -T0?-,^-*1**
,J commerc:.il develcrpmeiit of Bnt-
Jamaica ha. no Ir-di.ion ol ^^Z^jg^T^l
industry ,n th* manufacturms ^"V'5 M ^Iho-r'^kr2?S!
wse The process tbbHj- beg-in mcrtv RCSerch SccivLr. m th.
befoif the u.te war with the Rewarrh Branch of the Ccntril
manuractuie of beer and aerated BBCrtrtarlat, now of the AmiteT-
U. Chandler. *"" biwuita. cigars and dam Royal Institute for Tropical
cigarcttci,. Then shirt making Regions, outlined the adminlstrn.
-------- followed. Shoe- were Liter add- ''on methods of the Nrinertarid
ed t" tne list, the fine laalher Antilles and their influence on-the
obtainable from the hides of cat- wial amiI economic llfr ofthoso
tie slaughtered for meat pro- .-l'mt,f,,, '^'.''T, Va? ,JCT';t.
duction providing the raw the Unlve^tv .rf t-e.den. author
maiM-ial of one of the best known works
On Surinam, fcpokr or Surinam"
Development plans.
Of parttculiir interm to us l
the fact that one session was
The splendid variety of local devoted to the work of the Carib-
woods were put to use for the bean Commission.
production of high-grade fur- .. .,.,,. ___ _. ....',___^,
StHfl An offahot of the fur- RATES OF EXCHANGE
niiure Industry woa box-mak- septcmbeh i imi
ing. particularly for the package _.. v,w ..^
and being with th
II riM IMh July. IN)
DMed IB* Auguat- IBM
lend aboeeeaM containing bv
rood Twenty tare* percbea or Inere-
I Tne Mount Plantation on
i deceaeed
I. of ta* eetato ol R Chapenan decd on land, of the eetate
uplH lniiill and on a road over which there is a right of
ih* nubile load called HacM Rock road or however eta* the
iay abvt and bound Together wltB all and .inguUr Ihe b4Un*B>BB
i said parrel ol land erected i
appiirin IBSON
I SMga bbmbI ii
NOTICES
Splendid Variety
UA Students Sp n Holulu\-\\itli-W.ork
In Puerto Ilieo
PCRT-OF-SPAIN. Ii
Seventeen students of Earlham
OiaggBJ. Indiana. Uil sumrner
iMieu Puerto Rico on a vac*.
tion-* ud- work. This is the sec-
ond such visit from Earlham
students to Puerto Rico.
Last year some students set up cigars and citrus. A paper- tj *
_ work camp at Rio I'ncu PUM U> "x 'i-n.-lr> was developed.
psteoi in the coifee region of Uie Preparation of sweets and prc-
tiland. ThtTC Uiey wwiked <- xpanded Into a major n i
oinniunity rccie-uon project. industry: a factory w. estab- :i '
This year Uiere were two i,hed for making condensed ,<-
canipB. one was agaui at Rio rmlk in the Island. Tiles and
Prietu, where the students con- ,.^I1(.
unued construction begun last UK.j,
year. The other was at Tarutmu.
where Uie studcnU ^Pjjy**] A great devn-lopfiient is now
themselves building a new School ,8hln ]M A ^^ mM
'Xis^r^vSence of the -JJ >^ ,the war has ex-
uccess of last jBear-^ vmOrr*, V**f* production until it has
flnanciai aaa^stance for the Tan- aU|i.nt displaced imported un-
niru project eBCM hOD IsU UOO'i ^''***r ?]<* hosler>- fn.m the
Club of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, rtidves of local dry goods shops.
Money also came from last years The majority of the .shirt* wor.i
campers, who contributed over are of local manufacture, and
$850 earner! In giving lectures on an export trade to other Bttfgsa
their pueit.. RscBn MqMrteCkO I Vasg indies territories has be-
when they returned home. gun. Now g paper factory is be-
Friends of the College hava mg considered, and a bottle-
helped with uontributions. .while ma(tlf,K p|anl ^ planned. "Lighi"
each student payspart of Uie c-.^t j,,,,,,.,,, U).n M ,n AVCni_
hhnselT in addition to donating bH,lg of blcvc|e, an(| ^n.
the U.S.. the **'Y.ln "* .* "nder *iidy.
D< -
ete building blocks made
appearance.
SD 9 la*: pr
CBSM -.
Renker^
BJBJgd ag
Draft.
Cable
Curnmrv
Coupon*
Slleer
< AN'AD A
Ch-n.... on
Banker* 71 1 18-. .
rhrrnand Draft. TIM'S Pr
IlrefH It / "
-o/an
The M v
acrept CTargo
Uomlnlca Ajmaua. jpi'.i^t..
Nfii. and St Kltta galling
Tuewiay Bid flFiMrmbrr. ISS7
The M V "MONSKA" lll
accept Cargo and Paeigxr> loi
Dominica, Antlgvi. Monuerm
Ntvu -nd St Krlla. Dote of
Sailing to to rotlSed
ASSOCIATION (INC
r^
nnW Shm**6
'O.
71 S/lfrf. Pr
tl J 10-t Pr I
" I'lO*. Pr
SB*. ST.
CANADIAN BBEVICB
HITS BOUND
- Jg,,
ISA PABODI" ...... August 13
KIH" August ii
"ARNTTA" ...... " '
^ugu>!
Augusl '1
S*pt I
Sept ?i
a TAMBlt,'*""""iUW* .. Du. Barbado* Bemember lit*, for
A STEAMBK ... Uwrence W-ar Port..
A-ply :-DA COSTA CO. LTD.-CANADIAN SERVICE
labour.
Before
.students look a short course
Puerto Rico, iis history, Includ-
ing; the new constitution, politic*,
economics, geography and cus-
toms.
But this la only
beginning.
L.E.8.
".'.;
will be precluded Iroon th* benriu
of (he aald Decree, and be deprived i
all claim- on or against the said proper-
ty.
Cloiinanli me also notified I hut the
iiui.t ntlena ihe aald Court Ml Wedn*'
da- the Sth day ol October 1M. ai 10
o'clock am when Iheir said claims win
b* ranked
Given under my hand thla Slat day ol
T. C TAO...
ag Clerk of the
Aaalstant Court I' Appeal
. sim
OFFICIAL SALE
' \1,IM'.S
IN nil ABSISTAMT COl'BT OT
AFr-SAI.
lEQuitable Juriwllctioni
'(in- ANTHONY CUMMINO iPlalnltR
lX>mtS OTWAV Wll.KINSf>S
Defendant i
NOTICE is hereby given that by vli
g BJ M Older of the Aaalatanl Cour
I Appeal dated the Slit day Of July
!i.g"he.l bidder al tlve (llni-e i.( Ihe CaSfl
f 'he A..i.lan1 Court of Appeal at th
ourt House, Bridgetown, hetween Uv
... ,ii || .nooiii .md I o'clock in t>-
-ttarnooii on Fnda. the loth dav 0
I't-tober, !0 All thai .ertali, piecr c>
li.rrel of land aiMrtc near Melrusc h
II c parnh ol Ma.ni Thomas and Island
of IMetodo* conlaining by admeasm.
n.cnt one rood and thirty-five perchei
or Un-re.houtB abutting and bounding M
l-d. nf Lilian Ili.llov... on land* ol I
place called 'Melrose1 on lands nl thi
late ol Thoni*. Olll. t|eceaa*d. and oi
the public road or however else th-
jbut and bound and II no
lhen Mid me said property wiU be a*
up fof rale on every succeeding rode"
ie hours until Ihr
i. Id *. -i
190 0 "
thai
l.l day of July, IMS.
n TAlJiA.
gg, Clerk of the
Aulitanl Couil ol Appen
BiuerIng ____ .
ar.d neait Iro.Ur 0*1 A*B*tan Irons your
tbaoilM todsy under this Ironclad gaaran-
Ajoob>ms^^-
rr Bytwe*iw*a Mmib
Hirriiane Preraation
HIM Nl. 12
CLOSING
NOTICE
We beg to notify our Cu*-
lomers and the General Puh-
llc that HVTSON'S DRl'O
MTORE will be closed for
holidays as from the 7th of
September to 21st Septem-
ber.
H. L. IH'TSON.
8.S2Sn
5 FOR DANGEROUS
DRIVING
Mis Worship Mr. C. W. Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District "B".
vesterdny lined R-chard Browne
of Applewhuite. St. George. US
for driving the motor car J29
on Charles Rowe Brid.V. s
Qggeeaj. in a manner dangerous t
the public on May 0.
Vhe line is to be paid In 14 days
or In dcfuult one month's imprts-
iuni-iit and the licence Is to be
produced for endorsement.
The case was lyrougM by Cpl
Cyrus attached to the Speigrits-
n Police Station.
CUBANS mttO KAYOES
CALVIN IN 6TH ROUND
i Fn.m Our Own Crespondent I
GEORGETOWN, Sept 1
Alfredo Miro. Cuba Mlddlr-
'elght champion kayoed Calvin.
British Guiana middle weight
hampion in the sixth round tn-
light. __________________
Check that everything
thai miKht blow kKkH) la
.m in e objects such as garden
tools, refuse inns, poreh
furniture, etr. Inside the
house.
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PAGE IK.III
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 IMI
/'
Sixth Series Of Intermediate
Cricket Matches Opened
Batsmen, Bowlers
Share Honours
THE SIXTH SERIES in the Intermediate Cricket '""" "' ?>,,,.;,.,.
matches opened fan Katuiiliiy with One cricket and hard p,ve ,imo, ILS ^ajorf^Ponv"
wickets Hmiours a^ain Wtn evenly divided between irmngar nua pawed the three-
batsman and bowler. figure mart in an tuning*. Three
In the mutch between Y.M.PC. and Windward at \%!*,}?J?"??* iS^t
Y.M.P.C. Beckles Road, Y M.P.C. oecupyin* .he wicket i^n,emS!t ?"", T??kV.!
drat, scored 74 runs In their !lrl innings with the top score morr certain than that he
Umrigar Gets Johnson Scores 136
Another 100 Against Wanderers
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Kidney r wt> Taylor b Ameer
W(U t Urt-lc b Aon ......
MMr c IS*. Taylor, b ska***
lilX'-iXIfr lb* Jl ".Htf".'
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l-jMn r h I
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of 21 being made by opening batsman B. Hoyo*
K Thornton und R- Farm
had good spells of bowling an .
. .id of them took four wicke:
for 10 and seven runs repec-
Windward haw rriihr.
with 120 runs thus givinx mil
elves a Ufa. innings lead. Chief
scorers were E. Evelyn 41 and
H. Farmer 28.
R. Austin bowled 12 ovtn atvi
three balls, four maidens 10 run-
.md look four of the W.ndwiuu
'iiket!
At Bank Hall. Pickwick In
their first venture at the h
.cored 131 runs with M. Lashle\
topscorlng with 45 runs. Tlit
next best score Of 28 runs Ufa
knocked up by O, Moore *\ i
ii iiuniber *ven in 1 '
Ladling order. k
Bowling for Empire. Sk
Eric Amory took three
wickets for IS runs. K. Hum.
V Skeete and N. S fa I
took two wickets ai I
.ii the end of play had Iom Bva
artckata rat 65 nat
Taylor who opened Ha I
Bourne scored 22 Mi
caught off the bowling of <)
Lash ley who has taken live for n
m nine overs.
Halped by breezy 69 by left o
handed batsman N Wood A
tan batting fir?* against Coni-
bermere .it Combernieie km- I -
ed up 14K run-. The wicket was
easy. i>ui boom of tha bi'
found difficulty in playing j
against the bowling of R. BnUlb *
er who took five of the wicke* E
Bar M nmg in IS overs and foi I
Mia. At the end of plaj
schoolboys had lost live of then ,.
wickets for 63 runs.
Wanderers did w< 11 to sen.- "
241 runs m theit l.rit inninc
against Mental Hospit.il g< ill..
rack in Baturda) B Lmlnner 'J
who went at Bumbar i
bat ting order for Wanderers was
century by Knight who had him
caught when his -core was ill.
J. Marsh was not out with BO. ,i
Bowling tor Mental llosplt.il
V. Carter and V. Todd took
each.
Cable A Wire.*
At Boarded BalL Cable ..
Wire, ess in their l.rsi
cored 218 runs off the bowling
of Police. II. King who weal .
number six in the batting ordi i
hit 8*5 baton b* wag i lugbi i I
IM bowling of Griffith. Other
good score- were II by II Mal-
thewrs, 10 by R. Cionrv ,,i.d
When -tumps were draw n
Police had replied with 61 rui
for the loss of three wickets.
The Barbados Regiment hav i
already gained a first innings
lead over Carlton who they WUkln-W)
skittled out for 49 runs In than Mi Bulta
flrat Innings. The Carlton c u- j",j"''.
-, <
do it again but after he had laibed
the hauls bowling for 105 Harare
decided the bowlers had had
enough and declared. But it
wasn't to Hampshire's benefit. For
before the close they lost a quick
wicket and today need 94 with
nine wickets standing to avoid an
innings defeat.
A double century by Hcg Simp-
{""SlJWJSftS'.fa^ Foundanon-Comhermere fixture.
i
08, Mr. Sealy caplunng 7 for 3'>
and at close of play Com
had collected 86 n>< it wlckrtv,
roUecUng u
At Wmiiw.iiii ivhar
7 s
ham and enabled another foui
poinu to be added to the small
total previously collected.
Len MunccT, Glamorgan's all
rounder became the fourth play-
r to complete the double to- team mfl Wanderer* Uw
day when he claimed Iwo Wor- 241 out of which Johnson colLede-i
cester second innings wicketa. |30. and M I Clarke captured '
But Glamorgan aren't cele- h/f 42 Ai the cloaa Wanderei-
brallng, for fine bowling by *iad cored 22 without loss.
iVoroaatari Tamil i in amataui v atP.I a>M paBtnJ ai Caotrai
Ken Lobban who took iOx formatting first Y.M.PC. collected
THE SIXTH SERIES ..f ^id Division games not tin-
dei way last Saturday. There waa one century recorded
in this diviaiun by H. Johnaon of Windward who scored
136 against Wanderers. Bui bowling figures were returned
by Mr. A. E. Sealy of Conibermere School who captured
seven of Foundation's wickets for 35 runs. Next best
were those of M. L Clarke of Wanderers who took six for
41' aiiaiiLst Windward.
not out. NorvlUe 17. Jones 21. J.
load 2 for 21).
Pickwick's 1st innings: -122 for
7 it. Wood 59; Lewis 4 for 311.
l.uniUUsa vs. Cusabermerr
U rasandaUoR
Foundation's lat tnn ngs:
(Mr. Si-nnger 24. Jooea 23. Carter
10) Mr .Sealy 7 for 35. Callender
2 for 20).
Combermere's 1st Innings.80
for 8 (Mr. Hughes 25, Simm
18, Wood 13. Warner 3 for
King 2 for 14).
At the Oval where PtekwWk
entertained Empire. Empire score I
184 for seven declared. Bedtlci
n^ade 36 undefeated and Maynnd
3V So Em i iva 1*01*11
122 for seven; C. Wood scored 59.
Small scores prevailed In th<:
MW1JNO ANAHSI.
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iNrm i-,r i*simi
Taylor e B Or UnUa b
O LMr<
Bourn* < N GrrttiMlfr I.
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Unllh lt>- b O t.iaf>hk>f
Ctath* not au\
PrMC-d b O Uwltirv
Amor* net out ...
F.slr.
51 seefl them on the road to de- \
feat.
StOKEBOAKU
l.Umorian versus Worcester
Worcester ..... 235 ana IS3
for eight declared.
Glamorgan 117
(laobban 0 for 51) and 25 for one.
Sasaex versus Derfcy
Sussex 216 and > for eight.
Derby ..........158
M.ol.ir 5 for 20)
la+tceater reTMas Sarrey
Surrey ...........428
Ixlcesler 238 and 6
for no wtekel
MMdl<-M-x ffaffJM I.SNCS.
246 and 13
Vatsssstn
249 and 57
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Middlesex 125 and 11*7
(I>snls Compton 71).
Lines
for no wicket.
Heat versa
Kent ........
for four.
Yorkshire
fn.- elghl declared
181, Hutton 120).
flrsaeeater versus Northanta
NorthanLs . 324 and
for one.
Gloucester ......... 1
for seven declared.
Mania, versa* Indlaaa
Hants. 256 and 5
for one.
Indians .. 357
il'mriear I6B not out!
Notta versus Warwick
Warwirk 361 for *ev
deetated nnd 70 for one wle*
Notts 366
Pimpson 200V
201. Goddard contributing 68.
Maiidevllle 45. When play ended
Central had ncored 40 for 3. Hindd
undefeated with 17.
In the College vs. I^ee-ward
rnatrh. College were all out for
72, Griffith contributing 46 Uv
[uat managed to
top College's score by scoring 16
Batting again College have scored
2 for no Hi.k'i
At Liodge, Erdiaton have gained
.1 flnrt innings lead over Lodw
l/xlgc baiting first scored "1 runs
Uie top score being 14 by C
Dean*. F'r Erdiston C. Cuffles
look tbraa wickets for 13 runs.
Erdision in their Ins, nninu
tcoraO 91 runs. C. Norjrove lop-
wored with 23 When s'ump:
were drawn I-odge had *>niiL|
tuns for Uie lo*s. of one wickdaW
SCOt EH:
Plekwlek vs. Kaastre at the Otal
EmpireN lat Innings:164 for 7 .
leel'd. (Maynard SS, Heckles 36 3 for 27. C. Denne I for 23).
Wanderers vs. Windward
at Windward
Windward** 1" innings 24
III. Johnson 13b. Straughan 2(
Rev. Simmons 22; M. I. Clarke 6
for 42).
Wanderer's lat innings. 13
without loaa. -
Y.rJW-C. VS. Central at Central
Y.M.P.C.'s 1st innings.- 203
(Goddard 68. Mandevillc 48,
Edghill 34. Burke 20; Andrew* 1
for 59, King 2 for 38).
Central's 1st innings: 40 fe
3' Hinds 17 noi out; Branckcr 2
tor 19).
College vs. Leeward at Leeward
College 1st innings:72 (G
Ath 48) and 2 for no wicket.
Leeward 1st innings86 (Grii-
iith 4 for 25. Batson 3 for 22).
BrgUatan vs. Ledge at Ledge
Lodge 1st innings: 71 (C
Pesvne 14, L. St. 111)1 11, C. Cuffle
S for 13. C. Hoachford 2 for 7, J
lilackman 2 for 4) and 9 for the
loss of 1 wicket
Rrdbtton 1st innings:92 (C.
Nnrtirove 23. C. Cuff ley 21; Walker
K..M.1.
Mriif.nl ci Mr s.i.iih b BrsArr
Skimtn not 0U1 ..............
C",nbrrt-lrh CI WUHIfUon
I ll-,,nkf>f
btmM Ib-i I, Leg Brra 4
,..!.. 1 I M. \". \l .-I-
8
lapse w.is due mainly lo lonn
steady and c.fver bowling by
the left arm Regiment -pinner
R. Walls who look lh, <{ r
wicket* for 16 runs In 11 tfrmt
lad two balls.
Re had the Cartion batsmci
m two mlnri.v ., i (i inry %aere
Wtiellie, tbev ihould
ram the WaCkaf or stay
m the crease and lie on the
.1 Clarke medium t"
fast also had n good upe'l anil
ended up wiih an analysl* of l?
oven, four maidens. 18 run*,
(hree wickets. 1,. Brathw.iite and
.1. Br.ilhwalte took on
eswh
At the md of play Regimen;
had collected 115 run- for the
loss of one wicket with the.r
dinner A. Ihnuiel undefeolel
with 67 run* and O, HeckV-
.15. The bMsmi.n nut was R Kit
ton who scored eight.
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