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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts: 10.00 a.m

B.T.C. Races, Garrison Savannah
1.15 pem

Police Band at Cha :
Dance: 9.00 p.m. ee





r th MOTTO :
‘or the cause that lacks assistanc
: et ti = ince

For the future in the distance,
And the goéd that I can do

Firing

(By FRANCIS

Club



that need resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

_ Ten Charged Wit
Overthrow Cuban
Five May

Face

Squad

MACARTHY)
HAVANA, August 1.

THE GOVERNMENT charged ten men with plotting
to overthrow President Fulgencio Batista on Friday, and
said that the five Police officials among them may face a
firing squad. The five officers were charged with high

treason.
charge of conspiracy.

Five civilians were turned to civil courts on a

National Police Chief Brigadier General Rafael Salas

Canizares announced the a

rrests. He indicated that the

Governiment believed it might be the biggest plot so far
against Batista, Cuba’s strong man, who seized power on

the coup of March 10.

Salas Canizares said two of the
civilians arrested planned to blasi
their way with dynamite into the
big arms depot near the central
police station.

The arrests followed the seizure
on Thursday night at Rancho
Boyeros International Airport ot
former President Jose Figueras ot
Costa Rica and O. Bosch, aide of
former Cuban President Carjos
Prio Socaras, whom Batista oust-
ed. Bosch had gone to the e2jr-
port to meet Figueras, who «r-
rived here after visiting San Juan,
Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida.

Figueras and Bosah_ were
¢ in court with plotting to
° the Government- But

the court released them on grounc
that the prosecution did not offer
proper documents in evidence. No
high military officers are “as yet
known to be involved,” he said.



Explosion

Kills] 1Men

BOLOUGNE, France, Aug 1

Port authorities listed 11 men
uieaing or killed when a World
War naval explosive ripped a
dredging vessel apart in the har-
bour here.

The dredge went to the bottom
after the blast sent two bodies
flying into the air and tore a gap-
ing hole in the vessel’s forward

section.

Of seven survivors still alive
ers are lis’

ti

ste in serious con-

dition. Two bodies were recov-
ered. Others are missing and pre-
sumed dead.—U.P.

Ike Will Be Own
Boss In Campaign
For Presidency



; DENVER, August 1.

Dwight Eisenhower said on Fri-
day that he will be his own boss
in the forthcoming presidential
campaign in which he expects a
“great issue” to be the initiation
of a sound programme for world
peace.

The former/General was relaxed
and in good humour as he met
with reporters for the first news
conference since he won republi-
can presidential nomination on
July 11th.

He said he would start an ir.-
tensive campaign tour around
September 1st that would take him
into the nation’s “nooks and
crannies,”

_Eisenhower’s reference to being
his own campaign boss came when
a reporter asked him about a
large staff working for him in
Washington and here.



B.W.LA. Dakotas
Go Into Operation





lU.S.W illSpend
Nearly $53m
For British Tin

LONDON, Aug. 1.

The United States will have paid
nearly $53,000,000 when the sales
of British tin, agreed upon by
Prime Minister Winston Churchill
on his January visit to Washing-
ton, have been completed, it wos
disclosed today. Secretary for
Overseas Trade, Brigadier Harry
Mackeson, told the Commons of
the “satisfactory outcome of ar-
rangements which were mad®
about the supply of tin to the
United States under the Anglo-
American agreement of January
last.

When Churchill visited Presi-
dent Truman, America agreed that
Britain should have an allocation
of 1,000,000 tons of American
steel this year, and Britain prom-
ised that the U.S, would get
quantities of tin and aluminium.

The Secretary for Overseas
Trade said today that as a part of
the agreement the two govern-
ments expressed a desire that)
more normal arrangements
he conduct of the tin trade
should be established as soon a
possible. The government of the
United States informed the Brit-
ish government that it proposed to|
remove the ban on the private im - |
portation of tin into the United
States which has‘existed since
March 1951, —U.P. |



Also Caused Rice
Shortage In B.G.

The shortage of rice in Britisn
Guiana was not only due to the
abundant rainfall which the
colony was having from mid-
June until last week when she
left for Barbados, but also to he



\the

Latk OF Driers |

Harbados

h Plot To .

President





Carrots Made
Her Yellow

LONDON, Aug. 1.

A 28-year-old English wife
went to her doctor when
she noticed she was turn-
ing bright yellow,

She suggested mildly and
with no conviction that per-
haps she was eating too
many carrets. She was sent
to hospital for observation
and given no carrots at all.
She regained her normal
colour.

Reporting the case, the
British Medical Journal
on Friday said she had eaten
a pound of carrots daily for
a year. The :Journal said
it recalled the case of a man
whose permanent headache
baffied all doctors until it
was realized he wore his
collars too tight.—U.P.

B.N.A. Holds
13th Tag Day

Yesterday was the Barbados
Nurses Association Tag Day.
Nearly everyone who strolled up
and down the streets of Bridge-
town could be seen wearing one
of the B.N.A, tags. It was the
Thirteenth Tag Day.

The Tag was white and carried
the inscription of the Barbados
Nurses Association with the
words; “United In Service”. The
money collected will go to the
voluntary Nurses

Last year the B.N.A. Tag Day
realised $499.61.
$60.28 was deducted for expenses

Miss E. Gibson, Secretary of the
Parbados Registered Nurses Asso-
ciation, told the Advocate yester-
day “the response of the peopie
has been very good, Not a single
rough word was used to any of
our collectors”,

Most of the collectors were in
City and Hastings districts
but the B.N.A. had collection tins
in St. Philip, St. John and St.
Joseph. The tins from the country
districts will be sent into the
B.N.A.’s office at Trafalgar Street
to-day.

Up to yesterday evening Miss
Gibson was not able to comment
on the takings but she is hoping
that the amount will be well
above last year’s,

Labour Split
Grows Wider

_ LONDON, Aug. 1.
Left wing leader Bevan vigor-
ously denied charges by the La-
bow. Party Leader Clement Att-
lee that he broke the rules of the
unwritten British Constitution by
revealing purported secret clis~





\aack of driers at the mills on the} cussions of the former Labour

east and west coasts of the colony, Government,

By implication, he

Mrs. B, Kwok told the Advocate charged Attlee with discourtesy

yesterday.

Mrs. rs a
Triumph illage,
Demerara, is now in the
for two months’ holiday.

She said that the Government
Mill at Burma in the East Coast
had a drier and it was through
jthat source that the population of
British Guiana was obtaining rice.

Although this ab rainfa!
has greatly handicapped millers
in putting out crop, yet, on

e other hand it will be very
beneficial to growers who are now
in process of planting the new
crop, because the rain would
loosen up the earth and assi
the crop considerably. ‘

August in British Guiana is
usually a dry month Mrs, Kwok
said and if the weather holds fair,
British Guiana would not only be
able to supply her population with
a but the other colonies as
well,

EICHELBERGER 10
VISIT KOREA



THE newly acquired Douglas |

DC3’s (Dakotas) by British West
Indian Airways will be put into

service from this morning.

and

The Dakota seats 42 passengers | the occu
is intended to improve| Korea F

WASHINGTON, Aug. 1.
Lieutenant General Eichelber-
ger, former commander of the
United States Eighth Army during
tion, was en route to
ay as guest of the Kor-

miller from|the cha
a Coast, Bevan’s statement before the
island| hushed House of Commons wid-

|

for not having informed him of

es earlier,

ened the breach still further be-
tween the two rivals for the La-
bour Party leadership and made}
it almost certain that they would
never be able to serve again
in the same government,

Attlee yesterday in a “personal
explanation” to the House, re-
buked Bevan for making state-
ments in his speech of the day
before, purporting to describe
policy discussions within the
previous Labour Government of
which Attlee was Prime Minister
and Bevan a member.—U.P.



. * e
Lightning Strikes
ry. . .

Cwo In Trinidad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 31.
A most damaging and unusual
jaccident occurred here to-day
|when a flash of lightning smashed
a hired motorcar travelling i
Port-of-Spain and injured a pas-
senger and the driver. The pas-
jsenger was Mr. S, H. Banning
| Director of a firm here and the
| driver was Claude Sealy. Ban-
‘ning was detained at hospital,

!
| WELLINGTON: Fariners’ wives:4
e, i

“t
|
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Iberger is|suffering from shock and a gash
on oe {su the forehead, while Sealy got
his ear cut —C.P.

services and communications to |ean Government.
the smaller islands. It compares qe to arrive in Tokyo on Tues-
favourably with the Viking, which y. From there he will go to
seats between 24 and 28 passengers Korea.
















‘

From All Quarters f

| New Zealand



Wives Want
Drug Tax

meeting in annual conferenc
have demanded that the gover!
ment impose a levy of 1s, on every
prescription given by a doctor.
Their reason; New Zealand is in

danger of becoming a nation of
drug i i

social security.

NEW Y
Hampshire, that devout part o/
New England, comes news that
Faiacy Wilfred do Marais beat
the heatwave by omitting the
sermon. Instead, he asked his flock
to meditate on the thought, If
you think that it is hot, just think
where you will go if you do.'t
behave yourselves,”

NEW DELHI: Jubbulpore’s tax
collectors will go unshaved until
they get extra pay they claimed
for helping to prepare the city’s
electoral rofls for the Indian gen-
eral election. The municipality
has referred the matter to the
State Government.

BERLIN: On a dismantled mem-
orial to Bismark—whose “Blood
and Tron” policy brought German
unity in 1871—Schwerin (Soviet
Zone) police found this notice
hanging: “Back in ten minute*.
Gone to see about a job in the
new @erman Army.”

MELBOURNE: Miss Gwen Hury
unpacked a new pair of specta=
cles from a jewellery firm and
tossed the wrappings,into the fire.
She noticed something glittering
among them and pulled them
back. Inside were seven diamond
rings worth more than £500, The
jewellers are still trying to find
out how they got there.

NEW DELHI; A_ 55-year-old|Was in paragraph 52, which cov-
retired Indore postmaster, has|¢rs the parole feature the
joined his 17 year-old- daughter |®sreement. This provides that

at college. He is in the third year
arts, she is in first arts.

NEW YORK: en Brookly.
police arrested a cat burglar they
found that he carried a compass {>
steer back to his escape ladder
in darkened buildings.

$1m, Storm
Ends Drought

BOSTON, Aug. |

The month-long drought in New
England snapped with a violent
thunderstorm that caused damage
that may reach $1,000,000.

The areas swept by electrical
storms received up to a half inch
of rain last night, while other sec-
tions received only a_ spattering
or less of rain that did nothing
to ease the forest fire hazard or
help wilting crops. Both Massa-
chusetts and Connecticut appealed
to Washington for help, and in
both States moves are underway
to have “rain makers” produce a
shower or two.

But farmers, whose crops de-
pend on a lot of rain quickly ex-
pected possible opposition from
vacation resort owners, whose
multi-million dollar _ business
needs sunny weather.—U.P.
















Farouk’s Baggage
Ordered Searched

CAIRO, Aug. 1.
The usually well informed Arab
Daily, Al Ahram, said today that
General Naguib’s Headquarters
here gave radio orders to Captain
of the yacht ussa taking ex-
King Farouk into exile to search
his baggage, and not to allow him
to take off his jewellery and gold
ingots and Egyptian antiquities.
When the captain sent a wireless
reply that the ex-King objecte’
to the search of his family’s be-
longings of over 200 pieces of bay-
gage, headquarters instructed him

not to allow Farouk to land.

The captain sent a message
saying that the yacht had already
approached Naples, and that large
crowds had gathered on the shore.
General Naguib’s headquarters
then told the captain to allow









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and the Lodestar which carries 14. —UP. | arg Farouk and his party to land) shore orders and that no Ameri-| The country is gradually begin-
| ee er ae | U.S. Dollar Down aes ~~ beam, sod _ ean Official could or can promise}®ing to return to normal afte:
‘ | that the Egyptian Minister in) anything more than one year in|great display of grief following
| TODAY’S WINNERS MONTREAL, Aug. 1. |Rome would attend to Royal be-} sqvance—U.P. Eva’s death on Saturday, aged 33,
( b : | The United States ae nee is sea il Glo from an undisclosed disease.—(CP) |
Thursday closed at a discount po ‘om Naples a :
——_—. - i eto F 15/16 per cent in terms of Cans-|indicated that the ex-King's bas- Achesou Takes On
e@ ge 6 ~ y idian funds down from gage n 1a oe .
Statistician Santa Claus | Wednesday’s close, that is it took First Pacific Tri RADIO- TELEPHONE
FIRST RACE 1.15 It Cuca tae Ream P|. SETS INSTALLED IN |
| 15 p.m. * 1\$1 (American). s INGTON, Aug. |. :
pan ae AIM eet sterling wad $8.,00% down 3/16 Nenni Left Moscow sapetne Tete ethan et foi ‘ecivinnne N
} TRIMB. jfrom We ay. Honolulu to help set up the Paci- |
suoouD RACE 1.65 pan. "Sn New York the Canadian] _ LONDON, Aug. 1. | Honclulu to help set up the Pave MENT BOATS
Cardinal MIRACLE \dollar was unchanged ata premium} Pietro Nenni, leader of the left) torerunner of a Pacific-wide al-| THE Radio ‘Telephone sets|
Miracle | CARDINAL jot 3 17/32 per cent in terms of|wing Italian Socialists, left Mos-| lance against jon in the] which are in the office of the!
THIRD RACE | 2.35 p.m. |United States funds in closing}cow by air today to return 10) Par East. This marked the first|Harbour and Shipping Master and|
Rebate | FIRELADY |Foreign Exchange dealings, The'Italy after having spent a mont) time jin history that an Americanjon board Government Experi-
Belle St HARROWEEN pound sterling was unchanged at in the Soviet Union, according 10} Sec of State has taken o|mental Fishing Boat Investigator |
CE | a p.m. |$2.794.—ACP) Moscow radio.—wU.P. , trip into the Pacific—U.P. and the Tug Lord Willoughby,:
Bright Light pean a |——_—________ ~~ Sarena Sea ee - ————————- |were being tried out yesterday. |
ee, RACE | on = oun | o 9 i ® = Mr. E. R. Goddard, Mr. W.|
Dashing Pines tape Fiwoss | Strike Hasn't Slowed Froduction (¢:sjes25 5eue
Careful Annie | — | spector’s Office, are putting in |
Gavotte RAGE | GAVOTTE i WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. per month by the year end. exactly sure how badly until the|the sets. Mr. Williams, who was}
; Twinkle | BLUE DIAMOND U.S. combat airplane produc- beginning of next year.” stationed in the Harbour Master's |
} SEVENTH RAGE 5.15 p.m. tion remains on schedule despite “As of to-day,” said Colonel Office, was constantly in contact |
; Mary Ann MARY ANN the 55-day steel strike, according John N. Dick, United States Air- Dick outlined a series of ur-|with Mr. Goddard who was on
Cross Bow | TOP FLIGHT to military and aircraft industry force Deputy rector of Ifdus- gent measures undertaken by the| board the Lord Willoughby, |
EIGHTH RACB 6.55 p.m. officials. Schedules call for the trial Resources, “there have been Pentagon at the outbreak of the One set will be used for the}
Sweet Moditet SWEET ROCKET production of approximately no slippages” in production be- strike to get steel to the riMt|Lord Willoughby and the Lord,
Mrs. Bear HIGH AND LOW 7,500 military planes of all types cause of the strike which ended place at the right time and the} Combermere. It will be trans-}

j this year. The rate of production

ssaninpiaieietasuaninaiatsiiateataitasinatinastiaiiieiabcieapaanain 0 Cela te aa 1

last week”. He said: “We were
hurt of course, but we won't be

; From Salem, New :

ARGENTINA'S

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UN. Agree To |), Plan To Build Atom
Engines For Warships

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 1.
, Teporting progress on atomic
powered submarines and aircraft to-day, launched a new,

Alter Korean
Truce Draft

. PANMUNJOM, Aug. 1.

United Nations Staff Officers
agreed to minor Communist
changes in the pro draft of
the Korean arfnistice in an at-
tempt to cleay up petty details
before high level truce negotia-
tions are resumed on Sunday.
Chief Allied and Red negotiators,
Major General William K. Harri-
son and North Korean General
| Nam IL ill take up again their
bitter debate on exchanging war
prisoners after a seven-day recess
called by the United Nations in a
protest against Communist stall-
ing.

Staff Officers of the No, 2 truce
team made “some progress”
settling minor details of word
in a 65-minute meeting, but only
because the United Nations agreed
to eer changes in five
paragraphs. The major change

pio will not fight again in
‘orea. —U.P.

3 Corner Wheat |



TERR *

inyfact that a
inf) uranium or plutonium could gen

> report

PRESIDENT PRAYS





JUAN D. PERON of Argentina stands before the bier of his wife, Eva, 33, as her body lies in state
in the Ministry of Labor and Welfare Building in Buenos Aires, All Argentina was reported in mourning
for the nation’s First Lady, who died of cancer after months of suffering.



THE UNITED STATES

project for the development
ships.

AT WIFE’S BIER

3



(International Radiephoto)

of giant atomic-powered war-

The Atomic Energy Commission announced that it

had asked Westinghouse Electric Company to develop an

atomic engine capable of propelling large vessels such

aircrait carriers.

This immediately revived the
speculation that atom-powered
battle wagons and giant commer-
cial liners such as the Queen Mgrv
and the United States could easily
make 100,000 mile cruises at top
speed and without refuelling,

Such estimates are based on the
pound of fissionabl

erate as much power as 1,500 tons
of coal or 200,000 gallons of fuel
oil. The A.E.C's announcement
came only a few hours after the
release of its 12th semi-annual
telling the progress in
development of nuclear powered
aircraft and two different types of
atomic engines for submarines,
The fact that the A.E.C, awarded
a contract for the large vessel pro-
ject to Westinghouse indicates that

\it believes that at least one sub-

ixchange Begins imarine engine project is definitely

NE XOpK. Aug. 1.

& pret ong Al Gran-
co «tid that the first shipment of
wheat for Argentina was being
Joaded in New Orleans under the
three-cornered arrangement with |
France,

The arrangement was arrived |
at between six large international,
grain companies, French interests,
and Argentina’s IAPI, It provides
that Argentina ship to France!
260,000 tons of maize and receive |
in exchange 200,000 tons of United |
States wheat. i

The first shipment, which is!
being loaded on an Argentine!
ship, is between 8,000 and 9,000
tons, It was learned that the grain |
companies expect to complete the
shipment of 200,000 tons before
the end of September,—U,P,



|

French Appeal To
NATO for US Arms

PARIS, Aug. |.
France decided on Friday to
appeal to the North Atlantic
reaty Organization against the
United States’ decision not to
pledge some $438,000,000 worth of
additional orders for French arm-
aments in the next three years.
The Government, it was an-
nounced Defence Minister
Pleven’s office, will send a memo-
randum soon to British Lord Is-
may, NATO Secretary General
reviewing the background of the

dispute with the United States
It will be the first major wrangle

be placed before Ismay since his
appointment last March.

nch feel that the U.S. has gotica
back on agreements made in Lis
bon at the last meeting of th

of $625,000,000 in offshore orcers

for arms would be made avail-

able in the three American fiscal
July Ist, 1952

ears

: The United States, on the other
hand, maintains that only Con-
gress can determine the amoun|
available each year for total off-







steps being taken now to’ make

up depleted supplies.—U.P.












among western pact members tv
The

NATO Council They believe that
the United States diplomats gave
France to understand that # total











assured of success,—(CP)

‘Mossadegh To
Seek Aid In US

LE HAVRE, Aug, 1.

U.S. Lines officials said that the
Iranian Premier Mohammed ,Mos-
sadegh, will sail for the United
States on September and, presum -
ably to seek more American ad
for his bankrupt nation. They
Said six cabins aboard the me





super liner “United States” have
been booked for Mossadegh and
five members of his staff. |
It was the first indication that
Mossadegh is contemplating an-

| other visit to the United States!

since last October and November,
when he was reported to have
asked in vain for $10,000,000 per
month in aid, |
‘The U.S, is about the only na- |
tion except the Soviet Union to

whom Mossadegh can turn for
funds to offset the loss of oi!)
revenues resulting from the)

Angio-tyenian Oil Company di
pute.

_ But Iranian-United States rela-
tions at present are complicated b.
the sudden wave of anti-Ameri
canism which has swept Iran in
the wake of Mossadegh’s depos!
last month and his subsequent re-
turn to power on a wave of ter-



State Till August 9

BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 1.

President Juan Peron has de-
creed that the remains of his wife
Eva Peron shall lie in state at the
Ministry of Labour until Aug. 4,
it was announced today, They
will then be moved to Congress
to lie in state for 24 hours before
being placed in the headquarter
of the General Confederation o/
Labour, where they will remain
until a mausoleum is built.



ferred from one boat to another

as required.

Hauteclocque |
Asks For Time

rorism.—U.P. |

Eva’s Body To Lie In.

as!

French Resident General Jeon
De Hauteclocque asked the
French Foreign Ministry to give
the Tunisian Bey ample time (to
study the French Reform Pro-
gramme according to sources close)
to the Resideney. |

}
'

TUNIS, Aug. 1 |

They said De Hauteclocque as-
ed Foreign Minister Robert Scliu-
man to adopt @® new course in
handling the Tunisian stalemate,
They said the corner stone of De;
Hautelocque’s plan is a proposal,
to submit the Reform Programme,
to the Bey's examination and to}
drop the request that he affix his
seal to Usmeuigcrees immediately.

During a stériiy interview ast
Monday De Hauteclocque pro-
posed he and the Bey should re-
view the reform project together
but Sidi Mohammed Al Amin
Pasha rejected the suggestion.
Informed sources said De Haute-
clocque now has proposed that
the Bey study the programme
with his Premier Salah Eddin
Baceoughe without any interfer-
ence by the Regency.

It is believed Baccoughe might
submit De Hauteclocque’s plan to
the nominal ruler of the Protec-
torate as early as to-morrow dur-
ing a visit to the Bey’s summer
palace in nearby Charthage.



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WEATHER | REPORT

YESTERDAY

Rainfall from Codrington: nil
Highest Temperature: 96.5 °F.
Lowest Temperature: 73.5 oF.
Wind Velocity

9 milep per hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.981 (3 p.m.)
29.928.
TO-DAY

Sunrise: 5.48 a.m

Sunset:“6.20 p.m

Moor First Quarter, July 29

Lighting: 7.00 p.m. 4
. High Tide: 12.00 (midnight), 1.24 p.m

PRICE : FIVE CENTS Low Tide: 7.19 a.m., 6.58 p.m



A TYPIST
‘THEY TAUGHT
TO KILL

HOME in London for the
first time since three years
ago she went as a newly
married wife to a lonely
white-washed

tractive, brown-haired
year-old Mrs. Yvonne
Bailey, one of the most. col-
ourful “unknown” heroines
of the war.

She brought her red-
headed baby son Simon,
aged one, on his first visit
to the England she served
. $0 well,

At the home of her par-
ents-in-law in Balham, S.W.,
they are waiting for her
husband, a district officer in
the Colonial Service, to join
them on leave.

SECRET AGENT

Mrs. Bailey, who went to
school in Stamford Hill and
was a secretary in South-
ampton in the earliest days
of the war became a British
secret agent.

She was parachuted into
France in 1944, did magnifi-
cent service, and was cap-
tured and tortured,

Her name ,. then
Yvonne Baseden.

After most rigorous train-
ing at a “hush-hush” school
for agents, in Scotland,
where she was taught to
“stab to kill, fire every
kind of gun ‘and pistol,
throw grenades and trans~
mit secret radio messages,
she found herself one day
scrambling out of a ditch
in France,

She spent months in the
evil Ravensbruck conten~
tration camp. in which the
famous Odette Churchill
was also a prisoner.

ROMANCE

She came home to weary
months in hospital and a
lung operation similar to
that undergone by King
George and performed by
the same surgeon.

After her- recovery and
after the M.B.E., Croix de
Guerre and Palm had been,
bestowed upon her she
went back to being a Lon-
don secretary. Then she
met Major Desmond Bailey,
a Burma M.C.. and married
him,

For the Sunday Advoéate
she has written for the
first time the story of. her
tremendous experiences, The

first instalment starts~-to-

morrow.

was





Donnelly High

*
Commissioner
BONN, Aug. 1.
Walter J. Donnelly, former

United States Ambassador to Aus-
tria, arrived here today by special
train with his wife and family to
assume the post of High Commis-
sioner for Germany. He said on
arrival: “I expect to establish
normal diplomatic relations as
rapidly as possible. “This achieve-
ment depends of course on the
speed with which the Bonn Con-
vention is applied.

Donnelly, who succeeds John J.
McCloy, will become United States
Ambassador when the treaty en-

—UP.

jters into force,
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R. AND MRS. PIERRE To Take up Appointment Léaving Today } ee + MEXICO CITY, July 31. “HIGH VENTURE” John PAYNE ({{{ | —

ARNAL arrived here recent- a) on ee The key issues, of radio an- Pee Seat e RED
ly from Caracas by B-W.I.A. for NR. MICHAEL FREDERICK, JQ ETURNING to Venezuela to- LV: r Samm jnouncing problems were under |} “4m, Specisig) SUM. 4 mo
a holiday and are guests at the on of Rev. C. J. B. Fred- day by B.W.1LA.,_ after study by committees formed at an "GREY'S Mat. Sun. 4.30
Colony Club, St. James. erick, Chaplain oi the Westbury spending a month's holiday at} the first annual meeting of the “THUNDER. Array | MOUNTAIN
»Mr. Arnal is French Ambassador Cemetery and Mrs. Frederick of Maresol Beach Flats, St. Lawrence| HM \Radio Announcers, Announcers tin HOLT Joseph Pett
in Venezuela. Before and after Haggatt Hall, left for Jamaica on Gap are Mr. and Mrs, F. E. YOUR IN 3 and. radio personnel representing }}-;:eGION of the ||"SILVER po i STAINED BY THE
the war he was in Germany as ~hursday morning by B.W.I.A. ponaldson and their sor R INDIVIDUAL HOROSCOPE North and South American coun- LAWLESS” cog) hl BLOOD OF THE
French Gonsular Representative. ake ‘ j 2 1 = oe * tries be. fi session « George O'BRIEN {1 Edmona O’Brien ')} |

: “ . - to take wp an appointment as They said they had a very en- FOR S SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 195 ries began their first session on i TEST
He assumed his duties in Vene- engineer at Frome, one of Messrs “ ; x , 1952 Monday WEST'S GREA

la thr ths ago a eae joyable holiday and it was with | —— TODAY 4.45 & 8.30PM.
a ee sees Fy Tate and Lyle’s Estates. tol ; : Delegates met briefly in a morn- HEROES!
fj y if veay egret that they were leaving the Look in the section in w which your birthda y comes and i i ay, and ‘
On Bu * And Ple Michael, who qualified a year island.’ The Seiiaetany ian = +. =a ve n 3 ay Ss a ing session on Wednesday, an AND CONTINUING DAILY

Busines Aod Pleasure arian, riety dit Sn he Sot Man ts Yl ts sic cements ec ALAN LADD

. » ed in British Guiana at Blairmont hy a . 7 exico at a noon luncheon spon-

Manager of the Central and then spent a holiday here .. Mr. Donaldson is in charge of 3 arcs AES an _, With just enough optimism and plenty of »* sored by the City Council. he thrills of
Agency lett on Thursday morn- with his relatives prior to taking the Accounting Department of P ey gpg ap - tele , gl ant The committees have been or- tops the thrills o:
ing by B.W.1.A. for Puerto Rico up his new appointment. Shell Venezuelan Oil Concessions inaieraheniing aeniade Gateee ganized to discuss and* formulate “Branded” and
where he will travel by Pan While in England he played at Cabimas. A_ keen golfer, he * ) B, a a Ree: resolutions on “freedom of ex- ‘“ : P Pais
American Airways to Scotland cricket for Derby and hopes to has enjoyed many a game at the pression,” “languages”, and ‘Whispering Smith!
via New York. He has gone continue with the game in Rockley Club with the local TAURUS Fine productive day for the smartly ener- duties and obligations”. Luis
home for three months on busi- Jamaica. 3 players during his stay on the + April 21—May 20 8¢tic. Caution during am. could avoid Farias of Mexico has been elect-
ness coupled with pleasure. His eldest sister, Mrs. Henry island. much contention. You should make fresh »* ed president of the organization.

Mr, Christine was accompanied Nurse is also living in Jamaica progress. Heart interests rate, too. Jaime Font of Argentine is Vice
yo his wife and their two sons, where her husband is employed Off to U.S.A : * President and Modesto bdrwnay
Alen agg Bin, paving Bia abs aa Tap eiainer with New Yor~ Ngns. Ea “STUART ot/3F uaeney _ Excclon Period tor Miueators, Msearch HE] Stag Curn, Comtatg Someta

i . A é i engineers, general business. Most rsonal -
Manager Sales Representative left by B.W.1.A,, for Antigua and May Si—June, 20 ‘terests, domestic and social affairs can enmEpene Cyn wernt
On Holiday R. AND MRS. £. A. FLYNN Puerto Rico on Thursday morn-| 3 bring satisfactory results with proper man-
RRIVING in the colony on and their daughter Patricia, ing en route to the US.A on a agement. Li be Hi
arrived from Trinidad on Thurs- visit. t
Thursda mornin; by ister wii, ours
B.W.1.A. from ‘Trinidad a Cc day morning by B. ag = poe Girl Guide Raffl * ‘lie Especially auspicious for medical research, »* 8
Blackett, son of the late Rev. and month's holiday which they are Irs Guide Rattle — CANCER dentistry, handling large consignments, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2
Mrs. W. E. Blackett of St. Judes Weer Os Pur mas necsheshte E RAFFLE of a bicycle in i: 21—July 23 urgent business, Gains through co-opera- etapa, me aan eee
: r ai f the Girl Guide As- tion with keen minds. rsons of high SF eee Team tae
St. George. Mr. Blackett has been tive of the Federation Life Asso- __ aid o » pe a Dai’; Service, 4.15 p,m. Home At Eight
ociation closed on Thursday and character. § Verdi, 5.15 Music F
pt ag — yng et ciation. the “spinning of the w eel was - : Dancin. $ 00 n “scottish ‘Magazine,
a . tos 615 Pp m ‘axi, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round-
come over for tines weeks’ holi- Paid Short Visit = through the courtesy of the * Tedious matters, union contracts, practical | Up end Programme Parade, 7.00 pan
' ; arbados Turf Club. LEO ft The News, 7.10 p.m, Home News from
day. During his stay here he wi!! R. HARRY MURPHY, Presi- Bo affairs ni watching. Go carefully, re- | Britai
toh . on ie are hie a ¢ the Chamber ot . 0%, Winning numbers are 805 July 24—Aug. 22 spect othe feelings. A little carelessness | 7.15 — 10.30 p.m. ...... 2553M 31 92M
a guest of Mr. an rs. U. a) ent oO ie are >. and 241 and the holders are can do much h ew y change out- 7.15 p.m. Behind The News, 7.45 p.m. )
King, of Chapel Street, Speights- Commerce in Antigua and a Di- ‘ arm, News may change *

; pel , Speights- Com asked to call to Miss Frank at look. Sports Review, 8.00 p.m. Sandy Mac- TA Robert L. Lippert Presentation
town, rector of Brown and Co., return- : ‘ = Hherson, 8.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel, 8.30 pper

ed home on Thursday morning a — ry os * ae p.m. Radio Theatre, 9.45 p.m. Olympic R staring
: . , 7 : . ave epherd an ‘o., Ltd., for . Wie . a ; R t, 10,00 p.m. The News, p.m obert

Received Clothing i 2 Suk Goon a badioen ihe their prizes, a VIRGO orn a, mite — you will MH |News Talk, 10.15 p.m. Music Magazine, HUTTON - Steve BRCDIE

QUANTITY of worn clothing Short visit he spess. te Aug. 23—Sept. 23 Dave to be ready, willing. is you can 10.30 p.m. Variety Fanfare, James EDWARDS - Richard LOO

has just been received from WS 8 guest at Super Mare Guest For Trinidad Holida be if in the right spirit. Avoid people, | wth
the Friendly Committee of the House. R. and MRS. FRANK in > a things that might influence you wrongly. , Sid ““\TON- Richard MONAHAN - William JHUN
Children’s Goodwill League of Five Languages M ‘GRIM ae Welches, St. ee ie EVANS. personetity
New. York and will be distributed noes tor Friendly aspects most of day for you and L8

t the Lé@ague’s Centre, Constitu- Rm. AND MESA. Vi BAN, Thomas were. passengers LIBRA others. Don’t boss the show ewrit
. aes z EN and their t hildren Trinidad by B.W.I.A., on Thurs- * 5 Sept. 24—Oct. 23 oy nc) idee ~ ah Bad li ao yi)
tion Road, on Wednesday, August a s oe oie eae aah day. "They have gone for others ise: . Best results from being

nna an self.
oes a Tome, Venezuela, who had been holiday. x yareS »*
; here for the past two i isi cf
Barbadian Returns ans guests at aiper Mare YING First ve to. Bar Be specific but also diplomatic, don’t over- : ,
To U.S.A. Guest House, Worthing, will be P“ his: Srst visit: to, Bar- SCORPIO estimate possibilities and don’t be disap- Ss :
remaining for nother week be- bados is Mr. A. E, Mohabir, x Oct. 24—Nov. 22 pointed. You will fair well tomorrow if Samuel Fuller

R. R. P. PROUT who has fore returning to Venezuela. prominent merchant of San Fer- today you prepare things today. Written, Produced and Directed by
M been holidaying here, left Mr. Hansen who is with the Dando. He arrived on Tuesday x ares eetece men aver ee eee
yesterday. morning by B.W.1.A. Mene, Grande Oil Co. in San by ee ae ane nae SAGITTARIUS See that others really understand you, But * QP i A 7 A
for Puerto Rico on his way bavk Tome was originally from Den- poy ik — ae : Nov. 23—Dec, 22don’t neglect jobs that should be done in
to New York. Mr. Prout who is 4 Dearie brag gel gy my Be a oe Sheueie + week ke one try We all hese miaaail at oe 5

ene : a nian - 4 5 .
2 tgp wom “Appeal gm teat a half years. Indramer Guest House, Worthing. avoid that esyeolally, _ BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2310) | 2 Reel Short:—ISLE OF TABU
Although he has not travelled rf PFSDFH9G9OGOOHHHGH-HHHHHTHG-HOHHOOH ©OOO9OOK
cnt sportsman there. F Tl Week You can attain fin Its f h t
extensively, yet he speaks in ad- or hree eeks atta e results from honest,

Since leaving Barbados in 1911 Gition to Danish, four other lan- PENDING three weeks’ holi- Se 21 pincere effort well planned. Your planets
Mr. Prout later visited his home |) 156s namely—Spanish, English S toy ey: atiitlon ta Neue’ d ec. an. 2lin favourable aspect now. Don’t rush
in 1925 and was happy to be back & ’ ? We Gay in. Barhados is Miss Jy things. Make sure, ask information. TODAY 5 & 8.30 P.M, & CONTINUING

ee German and Swedish, Braithwaite of the Control Board, | >
again to see his many friends. ~ ‘This is his first visit to Barba- ‘Trinidad. She came in by the BELLE OF R&EW YORK
lhpoe nang his relatives the says dos which he likes sg much thes g.20 flight from Piarco on Thurs- AQUARIUS Vibrations Mixed till 3 pm. Be on guard Fred ASTAIRE Vera ELLEN Keenan WYNN Marjorie MAIN
- e is hoping to returh again. day morning and is . guest at 4 Jan. 22 — Feb. 20 Bet to tant oolish chances with valuables. ,
ee * “Leaton-on-Sea’, The Stream. is can be a good day, as with other Se eee OO OO OOO OOOO SOOO © y oo oy
Labour Conimissioner’s On Holiday ees eel th Se 1 : =
g by the same op- zodiacal natives, via wise management.
Dau hters RRIVING from Trinidad on portunity and staying at ‘“Leaton- *,
8 Wednesday night b y on-Sea” is Mrs. Sylvester Barnes * PISCES Using well your eat the Hi. for + 7
E “Misses Resecleer and B.W.I.A. were Miss Audrey whose husband is a Civil Servant Feb, 21—March 20 a good day such as this. Pace your action For agood tume
lty Jack rrivals on Henderson and her niece, Miss attached to the Mental Hospita: that vou may. al ; eo sue
Molty Jack were a f Principal Officer, She will be 4 you may give full effort to important *
Thursday morning by B.G. Air- Hirina Henderson, a graduate of as Principa } matters, P.M. favours romance, family.

ways from St. Vincent to spend Pace College, New York. ¥ day remaining for three weeks.
th mmer holidays with their have come over for a olida ‘ m . YOU BORN TODAY: are in a zodical si giiheaeniie EE
valatives. They are the daughters and have taken a flat at Mertsol, Station Officer at. Piarco K power. sign repres g

. Generally energetic, you too often take things at face

of Mr. R. N. Jack, Ae Se St. Lawrence Gap. R. ~ eee eee ak value instead of investigating. Sun, your planet, indicates + TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. and continuing. daily Warner's Action Thriller!] RxO Action Packed Hit

Commissioner and Mrs. Jack o working in Trinidad for the AND CONTINUING DAILY Robert L. Lipper 7
~ippert Presents STORM THE RACKET

¢ variety and strength in characteristics: man, d trait Cul-
the Garrison, ~ With Mene Grande Oil jast 12 years, arrived here on y good traits. Cu D CON!
DRAMATIC THUNDER! . L WARNING Robert MITCHUM

tivate a steady calm attitude, Don’t be a tempest when arous- »*
H E cL M E T Ronald Reagan = ete See

Rosecleer is an Assistant Mis- Thursday by B.W.1.A. for a holi- ed. Make able salesmen, actor ,official, nurse, athlete, soldier,
s * sf Robert Hutton—Gene Evan Ginger Rogers “To-day Special 130°
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John Tyndall, Eng. natural scientist; Westbrook
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‘Kingstown, while her sister is a \¥ in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs. his wife and three children
student attending the same school, Pedro Arroyo and their son Fran- Judith, Jennifer and Junior and
Music Mistress Returns cieco from Venezuela. They ar- they are staying at “Beach View,”





“tress of the Girls’ High School in @’PENDING two weeks’ holiday day, He was accompanied by Birthdate of:
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Music they had remained for one week Officer, B.W.L.A., at Piarco Air- Incidentel Eatelligense * Talking Point i — j ; 9.90 am. & 1.30 p.m. “RANGERS RIDE” Lash LA RUE

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4 Mistreds of Codrington High Vernon night of ‘Mervue”, With T T.L most mothers when, after existence who have not the power epey ~~ ' zt Whip Wilson & COLORADO AMBUsh| ————————_-
School for the past three years, is pfastings. . 7 : struggling years to civilise a son, of fascination if they choose to : ‘ > mead | TRAIL'S END Smeeceeeete ae ene Spocial ‘Tonite
, now onher way back to Scot- Mr, Arroyo, a cousin of Mrs Greroina a holiday in Barba-|a little five-foot girl with a sweet exert it.—Beaconsfield, ae ——Zohnns Mack Brown’ _|/Mianite Special TONITE|| preston mestoee,

4 and. She left on Thursday Knight, is head of the Govern- dos is Mr, Malcolm Brewster|face tames him in a week— The mass of men lead lives of Mid-nite Special TO-NITE|| “SPORT of KINGS” |] wworetwinp
morning by B.W.I.A. for Antigua ment Relations Department of the of T.L.L., Point 4 Pierre. He ar-|Marcelene Cox in Ladies’ Home quiet desperation, SILVER CITY BONANZA Gloria. HENRY * RAIDERS’
J and Puerto Rico en route to New Mene Grande Oil Company — a rived on Thursday morning by |Journal. —Thoreau. Rex Allen & “BLAZING ACROSS Charles STARRETT
York where she will take the company with which he was an 8.W.I.A, and is staying with his )—————————————______———_————————— GUNMEN OF ABILENE Charles STARRETT || >
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nose with errant forefinger. “Ah,
oil. Yes,” he murmured, trying to

AT EMPIRE
one mistake.

HE reduction of museum ané Interlude





iecture gallery staffs is wel-
uted by Foulenough and _ his
business colleagues. Codforth yes-
terday visited the museum, and
filled a sack with snuff-boxes,
miniatures, medallions, and so
forth.

. 3 Paramount Presents
drama of *Stanley KRAMER’ S Production of Hal WALLIS’ .
Asked, at the exit, what he was Collectors of centipedes, who DEATH CF 5 SAMEEREN a woe? Sao
carrying, Codforth said: “Litter. usually provide tiny shoes to en- our day!
The public is becoming increas-

ingly untidy, I found half a hake-
sandwich anda pail of broken
braces lying about.” Asked who
had sent him, Codforth said:
“Board of Trade.” Foulenough
himself visited another museum,
where he wrapped a small statue
in a shawl. “My little boy has
fainted,” he said to an official.

STAR AUN: and
to them, GINGER RONALD Sonatina TO-DAY & eke 5 & 8.15
Me toring for pleasure Epit h HERS Lenn my OLYMPIC Republic Pictures Presents.
‘o 7
ta, TO-DAY to Mo Brian DONLEVY
PEEDING from 60 miles an * Fredric March | ' Feeney WEISSMULLER ee Junie tie Forrest TUCKER
hour to 100 in this new car was An imperfect knowledge of the

like getting a kick in the back.
(News item.)

; Travel literature.) Re ? Critics Circle Award— | Starring MONDAY & Tuesday 4.30 & 8.15
A standard work Here lies John ‘Bean, who all uns 3° av cutee: doretane wenialy 98, and Worldwide Honors Oats abies cae ceandrinabb el Republic Action Dottble
HE most exciting branch of timely died 8. Stone intended vo walk on. (8) TO-DAY ti. ee ba Alan ‘Rocky’ LANE .
statistics is called vital sta- , And was eaten by peeeione, 1 {3 Cleanse. (5) short: “PUNCHY DE LION” WER OF DANGES Peart
tistics. The research workers of “Jf you're a bean,” the canniba ta, fy pails. (a) fa) : BARBAREES (DIAL 5170) WHISPERING FOOTSTEPS DESERT OF LOST MEN
the boot and shoe industry have chieftain cried. ‘ 14, does above level ground. (4) Ana Latest News Reel A R leathery tid pe
produced a book which is as full “Then we are vegetarians.” 16. Somebody's son. $$. —_—_____—_ Mid-Nite Special TONIGHT RODEO KING AND THE SENORITA
of facts as the List of Huntingdon- tan at wat

shire Cabmen. For the first time
the average “>? ght of a South
African girl’s big-toe is revealed.
The export firms will never again

A NEW approach to the shoe-
horn question may or may
not have been badly needed, but
the man who has invented an
electric shoe-horn is, I suppose,
entitled to call himself a pioneer.

able their best specimens to walk
on grave) without discomfort, will
be grateful for this invention,
which will save them and the
centipedes many man-hours, But
fish will go on as before,

Prodnose: Fish have no feet.

Myself: That’s what I mean.
The invention will mean nothing

English tongue often leads for-
eigners, astray.

Scene on the shore

CHANNEL, swimmer who 3;
waded ashore on the South

Coast was black from head to foot

look sagacious.

the unwary dweller in
the jungle plays leapfrog on the
edge of the swamp, it is time for
the crocodile to smile,

(West African saying.)





CROSSWORD



Aver it Was consumed at the
end of the street. (5)

Openly declare. (4)

Refer to pear paint. (9)

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1 Such arrest is an apt cure, (7)
have any excuse for getting this with oil. “Is you-all from the 2. Against you, in cours? (8) .
measurement wrong—unless shoes deep Saouth?” inquired the Mayor, rhs ia loose) Fa hor tie whute 4 WHAT A HAPPY
exported to South Africa are “No, Nantwich,” replied the swim- . \4) a olipaticnos te tin nt
bought by girls who do not con- mer, “Were your parent Se eee ee es on en e
form to the average measure- pursued the indefatigable func- }1 his shot may be negative. (4) : FAMUIL Y?
ments. Go ahead exporters will tionary. “Certainly not,” respond- ‘8 Sheepishiy pur the French ia
probably throw in a few pairs ed, the exhausted champion. is Warren protner? (4)
with a lower of a higher big-toe. “Well, but,” vouchsafed the per- |§- How Balaclava Anished (4) last smile and then —
An Afghan with six toes will do plexed dignitary, “It’s oil,” blurt- 19° This house is u tavern (3) sweet dreams! All the cares OFF TO THE RACES and we're
well to have his shoes made at ed the affronted athlete. “Some- — solution of yesteraay s purse - Across.

home. By the way, is there a spe~
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and worries of the day are over

Se wh Memes now for Baby — lost in a delici- taking along a picnic lunch with
-on burning coals to wear when attendant, with a silly giggle. The ore 2 teeth ciate Pati nds idenaninase:
they are relaxing and off duty? disconcerted Mayor rubbed his », Pail: $, Nemesm, 1 Auraci. is

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“Really, things aren’t so bad
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,

1952

Pre

U.K. Considers How To? sets at ENnp OF

Replace “Lady” Boats *

LONDON

The U.K. Government is considering means of replac-

ing the Canadian “Lady” boats, which are to be withdraw }

from service to the West Indies this autumn.

This was stated by Mr.

Henry Hopkinson, Minister

of State for Colonial Affaiys, during a six-hour debate

the Colonies in the House of

Commons.

considerable attention was given to the special problems

of the West Indies.

It was Mr. Roland Robinson,
the Conservative Member for
Blackpool, who brought up the
question of communications be-
tween the te West Indian
territories and expressed regrets
at the ending of the “Lady” boat
services.

“It is bad for the tourist trade
from Bermuda right down to
British Guiana,” he declared. “It
will make ‘it difficult for pro-
ducers in the West Indies, because
of fewer freight facilities; especi-
ally for the refrigerated trade.
Above all, it will make it more
difficult for the people to move

about.”

Robinson had urged the
Government to develop communi-
cations within the West Indies. It
is not easy, he said, for the people
to get from one island to another,

Closer Association

“Federation must mean closer
association,” he declared. “If we
are to have federation, we must
do something to get the people
closer together.”

Mr. Robinson gently chided Dr.
Hyacinth Morgan, the Grenada-
born Labour Member -for Waz-
rington, for speaking earlier in
the debate as though everyone
wanted federation except the
House of Commons,

The Government has tried very
hard to persuade some of the
Colonies themselves of the need
for federation, he said, including
British Guiana, which he
described as “one of the key
areas in the West Indies,

“It is an important part of the
West Indies,” he declared, “and,
if one asks the people in Jamaica
and Trinidad, one finds that they
want a_ federation which
include British Guiana. We must
consider the whole area.”

After appealing to the Govern-
ment to do everything possible
to improve communications be-
tween the West Indian territories,
Mr. Robinson continued;

Improve Trade

“Perhaps the real solution is
to bring about an improvement
in trade between Canada and the
West Indies. We should liberalise
this trade. For years there has
been a great deal of mutual good
will between Canada and the
West Indies. We had expanding
markets in both areas. It seems
to me natural that a reciprocal
trade between the two should
flourish

“Canada has been a
market for West Indian sugar. It
has taken almost all its require~
ments from there. But now,
beeause Canada cannot get the
trade it wants in the West Indies
and has to develop other markets,
the Canadian market is being
opened to non-Commonwealth
sauce. It.is a big. trade and I

he
liberalising the trade so that
there is the work to make these
shipping lines pay.

“T understand that the Colonial
Office are considering the matter
and that consultations are now
going on between the Colonial
Office and the local Governments
in the West Indies in conjunction
with the Ministry of Transport. I
urge that this matter should not
be overlooked, because it is of
Seilee importance to the gen-

economy and well-
the West Indies, paises ies
Refrigeration Shi
“I hope at the same

ime that
we can develo

still better ser-
vices between the West Indies and
this country, especially in the
matter of refrigeration ships to
bring fruit from the West Indies
to this country. Here may be a
first-class opportunity for the
Colonial Development Corporation
to make a really valuable con-
tribution which would have its
repercussions all the way round
the islands and so improve the
general economy.

Quite apart from transporting
these articles, there is some fear

will ;

like our Government to invoke the’
terms of G.A.T.T. and ask the
United States for a discussion on
this matter, with a view do-
ing away with the subsidy.

“T hope that whatever happens
the Americans will not feel so
happy behind a subsidy that they
will ask for still more, for that
would be cutting their own
throats by upsetting the West In-
cian economy and creating the
necessity for financial aid, It
seems to me that the most sensi-
ble way to approach this problem
is to encourage a normal and
natural trade.”

One of the earliest speakers in
the debate to refer at to
West Indian affairs was Mr.
Arthur Dodds-Parker, the Conser-
vative Member for Banbury, who
said that full support was given
to the pringiple of federation on
both Sides of the House.

Decided In Principle

“To my mind,” he said, “the
uestion of federation in the
West Indies is already decided
in principle. It is now a ques-
tion of how and how soon, We
must, I believe, proceed in the
belief and knowledge that the
day of the small unit has gone.
All are going to saerifice some-
thing. but all are going to gain
immeasurably more by getting
together.

“The bargaining ition of the
West Indies sugar delegation was
infinitely stronger than colony by
colony. Equally, I believe, the
development of communications
by sea and air, so important in
that part of the world, would
be better carried out by a West
Indian Federation Authority.
“The framework exists. There
is a Regional Economic Com-
mittee. I. think that most people
are agreed on the idea of a cus-
toms union. But political teeth
have to be put into economic de-
velopment.”

Mr. Dodds-Parker was followed
by Dr, Morgan, who devoted the
whole of his contribution to the
debate to the West Indies. He
told the House something of his
own early life—how he lived in
the West Indies until the age of
18 as a very poor youth. sub-
sequently winning scholarships
which took him to Glasgow to
study medicine.

Loyalty
He spoke of the loyalty of the

West Indian peoples to Britain
and continued: “I want to

West Indian islands, whose peo-
ple are now asking for adult
suffrage and equal suffrage for
both sexes, as well as for economic
development. They are also ask-
ing for a free hand in order to
show that West Indians can do
some of the jobs which imported

a} bogs Engishmen go 858 West Indian

Governor been appointed to any
island in the West Indies, For
decades they have been asking
for union or federation between
all the Colonies, rich and poor,
small and large, and yet these
islands are still being left in the
same difficulties as. they were in
before.

“The islands want federation.
They want to have these Colonies
welded together with one Gov-
ernment under g democratic con-
stitution. They want the right to
have a say in the government of
their country, in complete loyalty
to the British Commonwealth and
Empire.”

Passed Over

Dr. Morgan told of a West In-
dian-born judge in a minor
position who was passed over
when the post of Chief Justice,
Jamaica, became vacant. An im-
ported English judge came to
occupy the senior post he said.
That sort of thing means a lot to
the people of the West Indies he
added.

He also told of the daughter of
a British Guiana business man
who was sent to England to study

Although the sub- ;
jects covered ranged over the entire Colonial Empire,'

ask of
great the Committee not to forget the



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9,000-MILE FLIGHT

IN PERFECT FORMATION, 19 F-84G Thunderjets are pictured just before
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from Turner Air Foree Base at Albany, Ga, They refueled in mid-air
while flying to San Francisco and again when they made their non-
stop flight from California to Honolulu in five hours, 29 minutes, First
plane to land was piloted by Col. David Scilling, 3lst commander.

~~

PETITIONS GRANTED

IN the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship the Chief
Justice, Sir Allan Collymore,
granted six petitions for Letters
of Administration.

They were:—

The petition of Lilias Codring-
ton of Drax Hall, St. George, Sin-
gle woman, to the estate of her
Aunt Ruth Small late of Rockle:
Road, Christ Church, widow de-
ceased

Mr. D. E. G. Malone instructed
by Mr. E. M. Shilstone, Solicitor,
of Cottle Catford & Co. appeared
for the petitioner.

The petition of Gwendolyn Cam-
lett Burnett of Perfection Road,
Bush Hall, St. Michael, Widow, to
the estate of her husband St.
Clair Theophilus Burnett de-
ceased

Mr. T, Brancker instructed by
Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, Solicitor of
Cottle Catford & Co., appeared for
the petitioner.

The petition of Verona Naomi
King of The Abbey, Christ Church,
Widow, to the estate of her hus-
band Howard King late of The
Abbey, Christ Church aforesaid,
rr Inspector, deceased.

Mr. L. A. Williams, instructed
by Mr, E. D. Rogers, Solicitor of
James Street, Bridgetown, appear-
ed for the petitioner.

The petition of Clarence Oscar
Farley of St. George to the estate
of David Nathaniel] Farley late

this Island di

eceased,
Mr. D. E. G. Malone instructed
by My. R. C. Chapman, Solicitor
of the firm of Carrington & Sealy,
appeared for the petitioner.

The petition of Thelma Augusta
Clarke of Jackson, St. Michael,
Widow, to the estate of her hus-
band Herbert Hamilton Clarke,

deceased,
eno Oe 5 ay a
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici.
tors of High Street, Bridgetown,
appeared for the petitioner.
The petition of Livingston Da



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New York, U.S.A. to the estate of
Sylvester DaCosta Smith Jate of
St. James decd. Citation issued to
Aletha F, U. Smith.

The application for the Re-seal-
ing of the Will of Percival Fran-
cis Mayow DeFreitas late of Es-
quimalt, British Columbia de-
ceased, pro in the Supreme
Court of British Columbia on 9th
Felfruary 1944, was granted.

Application made by Cottle
Catford & Co., Solicitors.

WILLS PROBATED

The Wills of the following per-
sons were admitted to probate:—

Ruby Viola Thomas, St. Michael.

Joseph Nathaniel Forde, St.
James,

Henrietta Augusta St. John, St.
Michael.

Bertie Hilda Davis, St. Michael.

Elizabeth Mehitabel Clark-Hunt,
St. Michael.

Keziah Jane Miller, © Christ
Church.
Mary Armena St. Hill, 3st
Michael.
Carlotta Winefred Lowe, St.
Andrew.

Commons Approve

Bonn Conventions

LONDON, August 1,

Parliament today gave final
approval to the ratification of the
Bonn Conventions which end the
allied occupation and bring west
Germany into the European army,

Britain ig the second country
to approve the conventions
United States Senate already has
done so.

The House of Commons vote
was 293 to 253 giving the Conser-
vative Government a majority of
40.

—C.P.



Surrey Increase Judgment Reserved |

Championship
Games Lead

Ow

LONDON, Aug. 1,

Sweeping to their sixteenth
championship victory of the
season, Surrey beating Derbyshire
by six wickets at Chesterfiela
today, brought their total points
for the season to 200. This is ex-
actly 44 more than their nearest
rivals Yorkshife, who had to
struggle to get home by_ four
wickets against Gloucester at
Bristol.

An interesting feature .of the
Surréy match is that during it,
three bowlers, Laker and Lock of
Surrey, and Gladwin of Derby, all
took their hundvedth wicket of the
season.

Another bowler in the news is
Ray Smith of Essex whe took his
thousandth wicket in first class
cricket when he had Watts of
Somerset caught by Vigar, Bssex

hitting 176 in 80 minutes beat

Somerset by eight wickets.
Another good victory was

achieved by Glamorgan who

bowled out Nottinghamshire for
73 after they had been set 127 for
victory. Shepherd, Glamorgan
pace bowler, achieved the best
sore of his career taking 6 for

Rain prevented any decision in
the Indians game with Northants.

SCOREBOARD —
Surrey beat Derbyshire by
_ 6 Wickets
Dertgyshire yh 214 & 217
rane and 139 for 4
Sussex beat Hampshire by
10 Wickets

Hampshire 233 ; q
Wood 5 for 53. +o

Sussex 376 and 62 for no wicket
Yorkshire beat Gloucester by.

4 Wickets
Yorkshire .. 378 and 99 for 6
Gloucester . 190 and 286

an beat Notts by 53 runs
Glamorgan 144 and 215
Notts 233 and 73
Warwick beat Leicester by
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arwick 1 and 308 for 9
declared.

bkeavaa’ % 122 and ‘&3
Townsend 3 for

Essex beat Somerset by 8 Wickets
Somerset 325 and 235 for 17
declared, R. Smith 3 for 51.

Essex ...... 385 and 177 for 2
Insole 79,

Northants versus Indians
Match wn
Northants .. 365 and 93 for |
Indians hanes oatha ses ee

Worcester versus Kent
Match Drawn
Worcester .. 343 and 180 for 3
BA Ch aeere ceri “A .. 886



Reds Send Protest
Notes To Allies

BERLIN, August 1.

General Vassili Chuikev, Sovict
commander in Germany, charged
On Friday that western allie:
violated the four power agree-
ments on Germany by interferin;
with trade between East and
West Germany.

In similar notes of protest to
American, British high commiss~
jeners, the Soviet General de-
manded “immediate abolishment”
of western allied measures against
German interzonal trade,

—U-P.



In Alna Leotaud—
‘Lady Nelson’ Suit

JUDGMENT has been reserved
in the Alma Leotaud-Lady Nelson
suit which was held in St. Vin
cent month His Lordship
Mr. Justice Cools-Lartigue pre.
sided over the court.

The suit has arisen out of
collision between the Lady Nelsen
and the schooner Alina Leetaud
while the lady boat was on her
way from St. Lucia to Barbados
in January 1950. The schoone)
was eventually sunk,

Threé Canadians who took
part in the trial arrived in Bar,
bados during the week by B.G
Airways chartered flight from St
Vincent and have just returned t
their homes in Canada.

They were Mr. L. Cote, Bar
rister-at-Law who represented |}
Canadian Steamship Company
Capt. W. Roach, Assistant Marine
Superintendent of the Canadia
National Steamship Cormpany wh
was Master of the Nelsen at th
time of the collision and Mr. J. !
Blanchard, a Canadian soldier
who was travelling on the bo:
as a passenger.

While in Barbados, they
guests at the Marine Hotel.

————

Mr. Manley And
Federation

IN A_ PRESS interview M:
Manley denied saying that he had
“warned against rushing blindly
inte federation.” He explaine
that what he had said was that
“federation was inevitable and he
thought it too vital a step to take
any short cuts”

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Socialist Federation

ACCORDING to well-informed opinion
in Jamaica Mr. Manley’s political party
would have little chance of replacing Mr.
Bustamante’s labour party if elections
were held now.

But the size of the Jamaican House of
Representatives allows more scope for the
working of a party system than does the
much smaller Barbados House of Assem-
bly.

The significance of Mr. Manley’s views
on federation depends therefore on his
chances of attaining political power in
Jamaica. These are not great. Mr. Adams’s
views on the other hand are of consider-
able importance. There is no likelihood at
all of Mr. Adams political party being de-
feated in any immediate elections and the
only effective opposition to Mr. Adams in
the Barbados House of Assembly will
come, if it comes, from within his own
party.

Mr. Adams has said in so many words
that he is only interested in a Socialist
West Indian Federation.

He is reported as having said in Queen’s
Park on Sunday night: “we have got to
convert every colony in the West Indies to
see that only socialism can pull us out be-
fore we can say—have Federation to-mor-
row.”

Nothing could be plainer than these
words,

Mr. Adams is not interested in a federa-
tion which is not socialist. The West In-
dian Federation which Mr. Adams envis-
ages is a West Indian Federation guided by
the Labour Party of Barbados and by the
People’s National Party of Jamaica. There
is no room in Mr. Adams’ West Indian
Federation for Mr. Bustamante’s Labour
Party and no room at all for the politicians
who now wield power in Trinidad. Mr.
Adams expresses himself quite forcibly
about Trinidad. It is, he says, the most
backward political portion of the British
Caribbean area.

It is most important that Barbadians
and indeed West Indians should fully un-
‘derstand the views of Mr. Adams on fed-
eration because Mr. Adams is the most
ardent champion of West Indian federa-
tion, the most sincere believer in West In-
dian unity to be found in the British Car-
ibbean to-day, Only by uniting Mr. Adams
means the uniting of West Indian socialist
political parties to form a West Indian
socialist Federation.

| "This attitude of Mr. Adams is a consist-
ent attitude and Mr. Adams has never left
anyone in doubt as to his real intentions.
He will not, so long as he wields political
power join in any federation which is not
a socialist federation. And he _ believes
that a socialist federation is possible.

Is Mr. Adams correct in his belief?

Will the West Indies ever become a
socialist federation? Mr. Adams believes it
is possible but he cannot, nor can anyone
else, say that such an event will take place
in the near or distant future.

But whether Mr. Adams will ever see a
socialist federation or whether the West
Indies will ever become federated at all is
less significant at present than Mr. Adams’
plain statement that when he talks about
West Indian unity or West Indian federa-
tion he is thinking in terms of alliances
between socialist parties in these West In-
dian territories.

He is not thinking of a West Indian fed-
eration in which Mr. Bustamante’s politi-
cal party or Mr. Gomes’ political influence
will be representing Jamaica or Trinidad
in a Federal Government.

What then is the’ significance of Mr.
Adams’ views on federation?

Paradoxical as it may seem, Mr. Adams
is the greatest opponent of West Indian
federation as proposed by the Rance Re-
port to be found in the British Caribbean
to-day. Because there is little or no chance
of “socialist” parties as Mr. Adams uses the
word coming into power in Jamaica. or
Trinidad in the immediate future.

Mr. Adams may regard Trinidad as the
most backward political portion of the
British Caribbean area but his views are
not shared by the majority of Trinidad’s
people. :

Trinidad because of greater natural re-
sources will always play a greater part in
Caribbean affairs than Barbados and there
is greater possibility of the island becom-
ing a centre for Indian nationalism than of
breeding the kind of socialist political
party which woult give it an entree into
Mr. Adams’ West Indian federation.

Jamaicans show no sign of cooling off
their liking for Mr. Bustamante in. favour
of his more learned cousin Mr. Manley,
and the Jamaica Labour Party is not one
step behind the People’s National Party in
showing readiness for federation or Jamai-
ean self-government.

Mr. Adams, however unique his position
in the world of international labour, (and
it is unique) is a much smaller figure in
the present West Indian political constel-
lation. His political power is limited to
Barbados, which must always remain
junior to Trinidad and Jamaica. Politically
the Windward and Leeward islands are
closer to Trinidad than to Barbados al-
though Mr. Bird of Antigua and Mr,
Bradshaw of St. Kitts ought to qualify for
membership of Mr. Adams’ Socialist West
Indian federation.

The only possible conclusion to be made
after analysis of the West Indian political
situation is that either Mr. Adams will
have to join a West Indian federation
which is not socialist or stay out of feder
ation altogether. The latter course is the
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|

DURING the episcopate of
Bishop Coleridge an attempt had
been made to enlarge the insti-
tution of Harrison’s Free School,
as Harrison College was then
called. Significantly enough,
that was a time of considerable
change in the field of education
in England. The age of reform
had begun to have a welcome in-~
fluence on the work and curricu~
lum of the Public Schools. The
days were repidly passing when
order was kept by terror and
boys were sometimes known to
break out into open rebellion.
For, Thomas Arnold. one of the
products of the reform move-
ment, had started the great work
of widening the curriculum and
civilising the life of the English
Public Schools.

Ripples of the movement
launched by Arnold and other
reforming Headmasters were
soon to reach Barbados, A meet-
ing was held in the Island on
April 26, 1832, “to take into con-
sideration the best practical
means of carrying into operation
the Prospectus for extending the
Establishment” of Harrison Col-
lege and the Attorney General,
William Sharpe, was moved to
make a speech which reflected
‘he great enthusiasm for educa-
tion then prevailing both in Bar-
bados and in the outside world.
“Literature and Science now
flourish” said the Attorney Gen-
eral, “and their influence is
felt in every gradation of so-
ciety, The education of youth
therefore engrosses a large share
of public attention. Public and
private schools are increasing in
number and usefulness in all
parts of the world, In this popu-
lous colony we ought not to be
indifferent 1o these events. You
are under God’s providence, the
arbiter of their destinies, and no
parent or guardian ought to be
indifferent to the advantages to
be derived from the establish-
ment of a large school in this
island, under able and en-
lightened Masters, at which
education may be obtained at a
moderate expense.”

In spite df the enthusiasm that
prevailed on that oceasion, it was
not until some forty years later
that Harrison’s Free School was
to take a really big step forward.
By that time the reform move~
ment in ‘the Mother Country had
produced substantial results. Re-
forming spirits at Shrewsbury,
Eton, Rugby and Uppingham had
introducing methods that were to
raise the standards not only of
their schools but of secondary
schools throughout England,
Cheltenham and Clifton, Rossall
and Radiey, Marlborough and
Malvern, Wellington and Hai-
leybury, which were destined to
become renowned centres of ed-
ucation, had been added to the
list of Public Schools in the
Mother Country. At the time
England had not yet accepted the
principle that the resources of
the state should be used to pro-
vide a good secondary educa-
tion for the children of the poor.
Yet, while there was a crying
need for more secondary schools
in England to meet the needs of

the “underprivileged, there can
be no doubt that the public
schools, with their increased

numbers and improved stand-
ards, did an important service
by mingling the old aristocracy
with the rising middle class,
A New Epoch

In view of the great educa-
tional stir in England, it is not
surprising that Barbados was
seized with the desire to trans-
form Harrison’s Free School
into a Public School] as near as
possible to the English model.
Since its beginning in 1733, the
school had enjoyed a useful but
circumscribed existence. It owed
‘its foundation to Thomas Harri-
son, Churchwarden of St. Mich-
ael, and the generous example
he set was followed by succeed-
ing churehwardens who gave
four tenths of their commission
towards the upkeep of the school.
Harrison’s Free school contin-
ued for a period of nearly 50
years until it was destroyed vy
the hurricane of 1780, After a
number of years it was r--
opened, thanks to a donation of
£400 which was-part of a large
sum that had been raised in
England for the rebuilding of
churches and schools in Barba-
dos. The hurricane of 1831 did
some damage to the school but
its work was continued after
only a short interval.
In former years the only “‘first-
grade” school in the Island had
been the Lodge School, described
at the time as ‘a school for
gentlemen’s sons.” Harrison’s
School in those days did useful
work by educating “the sons of
respectable and wealthy fami-
lies” and by giving free instruc-
tion for many who would other-
wise have been unable to attend
a good school. But as the years
passed, it became obvious that
the school would have to be
extended to provide a wider
curriculum for. the youth of
Barbados and the neighbouring
Islands and prepare them for
the English universities. The
demand for the extension of the
school became more and more
insistent until 1871 when it was
removed from its site behind
the Cathedral to its present sit-
uation. A year later, the school
was fortunate to secure the ser-
vices of Horace Deighton as
Headmaster.

With the removal of the school
to its new site, a great epoch was



“Riots”
To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—In a letter in your

Thursday’s issue exception was
taken to a paragraph heading
“Indian Riots Broken Up.” The
Saren is R.C. Murty, M.Sc., Dip.
sib,

The writer says that the riots
broke out in Lahore, Pakistan,
“and India. has nothing to do with
it.” Who said that India had any-
thing to do with it? He says the
headline is misleading and news

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HORACE DEIGHTON

to begin in its history. The great
strides made during this period
was largely due to the firm and
dynamic leadership of the new
Headmaster, Deighton, who was
a Scholar of Queen’s College,
Cambridge, had been Headmas-
ter of Queen’s Royal College in
Trinidad before coming to Bar-
bados. He at once set himself to
the task of raising Harrison Col-
lege to the standards of the re-
cently improved Public School
system in England.

Deighton’s labours, especially
at the beginning of his regime,
would have been much heavier
without the help and counsel of
Bishop Mitchinson, For the lat-
ter, in spite of his many inter-
ests, played an enthusiastic part
in establishing the school on a
sound foundation and increasing
its scope of usefulness. To raise
the standard of teaching at the
College, Deighton resolved to

HORACE

engage the services of the best
teachers he could find. It is to
his credit that Harrison College
soon procured a number of gift-
ed teachers whose names were
to be cherished by several gen-
erations of Barbadians, Not the
least of these was G. F, Franks
wiho later became Principal of
Queen's College, British Guiana.
While the teaching of Mathema-
tics was in Deighton's capable
hands, it was largely due to
Franks that Harrison College
was imbued with a love of clas-
sical learning that was to estab-
lish a strong tradition in favour
of the humanities, Other out-
standing teachers were Framp-
ton, Ross Barker and Arthur
Somers Cocks; and there was an
important extension of the work
of the school when J. B. (after-
wards Sir John) Harrison was
appointed Island Professor of
Chemistry and Agricultural Sci-
ence. Scientific subjects were
then added to the curriculum of
the College and the teaching of
Science was further strengthen-
ed when J. P. D’Albuquerque
succeeded Harrison as Island
Professor,

From Triumph to Triumph

With such talented assistants,
Deighton was able to guide the
College to a position of strength
and prestige. Within a few years,
Harrison College began to turn
out a long succession of scholars
who were to win conspicuous
successes at the universities, The
effect of Deighton’s methods was
seen as early as 1874 when the
College won the Gilchrist
Scholarship and repeated that
success for six successive years.
The Gilohrist Educational Trust
had founded this scholarship
“for the benefit, advancement
and propagation of learning in
every part of the world,” and it
was a considerable triumph
when Harrison College won sev-
eral awards of the scholarship
after pupils of West Indian
schools were deemed eligible for
it, The year 1879 was to prove
a happy augury for the future.
For in that year E, G. Pilgrim
won the Gilchrist Scholarship
and W. T. A. Emtage became the
first Barbados Scholar. Both of
these scholars were to win signi-
ficant triumphs, the former
graduating at the head of the
medical list at the University of
Edinburgh, the latter winning
three firsts at Oxford: fhese two
men’ were merely the foreruns
ners of those who were to win
innumerable academic distine-
tions at the, world’s leading cen-
tres of learning.

But Deighton did not set him-
self a narrow academic ideal, His
aim was that Harrison College
should win prizes not only in
the scholastic world but in the
field of athletic endeavour, One
of the chief reasons why the
school had been moved to_ its
new site was that the school
building behind the Cathedral
had no playing field attached to
it—one of the sponsors of the

Our Readers Say:

headings of this natures can
create mistrust among the differ-
ent sections of Indians here,
Presumably an Indian wrote the
heading.

Such loose thinking and waa
logic cannot be allowed to pass.

By the process of reasoning in
the letter, it is to be presumed
that a riot in Lahore, Pakistan is
not caused by the people of that
country—Indians—but by Chinese
or Italians or Germans or Bar-
badians,

Schoolboys that

know Indians



DEIGHTON

Hy F. A. Heyos

removal had emphasised that a
playing field was an “adjunct”
which was considered “absolute-
ly necessary to the success of a
good school” in the Mother
Country. It took a year or two
to get the new grounds into pro-
per condition and then the Col~
lege set out to make itself a for-
midable force in the cricket
world. Whereas the Lodge School
hhad been the cricketing pioneers
in the Island and had consistent-
ly maintained a high standard of
proficiency, Harrison College was
soon to become a skilful e:

ent of the game and

itself as a nursery for great
cricketers. The year 1877 was the
beginning of a great era in the
cricket history of the College and
two years later the school was
so confident of its prowess that
it undertook a tour—which was
completely successfully—to St.
Kitts and Antigua.

A Legendary Figure

To few men is it given to be-
come legends during their life
‘time, yet such was the lot that
fell to Horace Deighton. His
tall, powerful frame, his flowing
beard, his commanding figure,
his booming voice, all combined
to make him a person of awe and
reverence not only to the boys
of the school but to the com-
munity at large. He belonged to
an age that firmly believed in
the maxim that, if you spared the
rod, you would spoil the child.
The gentler spirits of the present
age may urge in objection that
Deighton established his complete
ascendancy over the school
through the methods of fear
rather than of love. Certainly he
struck terror into the hearts of
the malefactors and the nervous
child may have found him a dis-
turbing presence. Yet evidence
is not wanting to show that, al-
though he insisted on the great
essentials of work and discip-
line, he succeeded in winning the
respect and affection of many
generations of schoolboys, When
Deighton went on leave in 1880,
word had got around the boys
that his locum tenens would be
Bishop Mitchinson who was re~
puted to be a severe disciplin-
arian. The school poet promptly
got to work to express the views
of his mates and, according to
one story, on the day when
Mitchinson arrived to take up
his duties at the College the fol-
lowing verses were posted up in
the school,

Old Pappy Deights nas gone away.
The Doctor takes his place to-day
And with him comes a long bamboo
To keep the boys in order due,

That little room above the stairs

Shall witness many sighs and tears

But Doctor, he will calm your fear,

By saying, “Please kneel down, my
dear,

My poor boy, if your courage fail,
Just stuff some paper in your -——
The rod will fall but fall in vain
The paper shields your — from pain,

The reference to Deighton is
clearly a friendly one and
spirit that breathes through the
verses could not have been bred
in the school if the cockiness of
the eternal school-boy had been
crushed by a tyrannical system.

When Horace Deighton re-
signed the post of Headmaster in
1906, he had given thirty-four
years of his life to Harrison Col-
jJege. It had been a long and set-
tled regime, leading the school
from one success to another in
saholastic and athletie achieve-
ments, By the end of that time,
the destiny of the College was
assured and it could look for-
ward to the future with confi-
dence, For this triumphal pro-
gress noone deserves greater
credit than
whose resourcefulness and cour-
age both as teacher and adminis-
trator brought the College to a
recognised place among the fore-
most schools in the West Indies.

®
(Next Saturday—Abel Green-
idge).



live in. Pakistan and that the
words “India” and “Indians” are
slightly mt or are not
synonymeus;) but it does not
appear that a teacher realises
that fact, |

With regard to the mistrust
among sections of Indians, I
should like to ask why Ghandi
died at the hand of an assassin
and why is Pakistan independent
and separate and distinct from
India when Indians (not coolies)
are the people of both a

B.

Horace Deighton |

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1952

NOBODY'S \
DIARY Be >

Monday — Etiquette is not only for the
social climbers. Even prisoners have a
code of social behaviour. When one in-| |
vited the other to lend a hand with a
hose by calling him “man,” the reply
came without hesitation, “mext time you
call me mister.” Well, well. We shall
soon have to employ prisoners to teach
the rest of us good manners.

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ery) and they Cardewed the Honourable
Gwendolyn Fairfax. No wonder that!
the prologue of the exceptionally well
printed programme commented that
“The Importance of Being Earnest”
bears no close resemblance to any other
well-known play in English—not even
to any of the other works of Oscar
Wilde.” Frankly, I don’t know what this
means. Does Hamlet bear resemblance
to Macbeth or Twelfth Night to Much
Ado? Only Wilde could have written
the Importance of Being Earnest as any-
one who had read De Profundis would
know. But only the Players it seems
would have unsexed the footman.

Small matter, however, because we
hardly noticed since all eyes were on
little Cecily.

(7 Ibs. & 23 Ibs.)

Wednesday — One of Evelyn Waugh’s hero-
ines, Lady Mulholland, if my wretched
memory serves, used to avoid traffic
jams near the Ritz by accelerating on to
the pavement and doing her own by-
pass. In Bridgetown we're not quite so
fast, but we’re getting close. The other
night when the normal parking place
was filled opposite the only theatre we

- have the policeman told me, “drive on
to the pavement!” I did so with great
delight.

Thursday — Have you seen the strangest
signs in Bridgetown? There are quite
a number of them but the one which
struck me forcibly hangs over Busbey’s
Alley at the James Street end. It reads
“Hucksters removed to Temple Yard”.
You could hardly read it for the hucks-
ters, tate
But this kind of thing is all of a piece
with what goes on elsewhere in Bridge-
town. In search of beauty the other day
I motored through the Governor’s Gate
which faces the Constitution bush
ground (I had to sell my two-seater be-
cause when I offered a lift to two young

ladies in bathing costumes the other day
they sat down on the glass having

walked through both doors without
looking. I was so upset that I spent the
fifty dollars I was saving to pay my
income tax on purchasing the sort o1
car that would do credit to our national
park). I didn’t find any beauty in the
park. There was a big hole on my lefi
full of cement and on my right a dry
thatched hut with no water in the foun-
tain. I expected to see all this, of course.
But I didn’t expect to see crowds hang-
ing around the Queen’s Park House. 1
suppose they were signing up or looking
for work or something but why in
Queen’s Park? People go into a park
to forget the sordid side of life, to enjoy
the water in the lake, the gaily waving
shrubs, to read and meditate in peace
and comfort, That’s what I thought until
I drove through the Governor’s Gate.
Now I know that the girls were right
and that there is much more recreation
to be obtained by sitting by the road-
side near a beach. tes

beautiful dream,

Down by the Pierhead was a lovely
pavilion. It was a circular pavilion and
had room for fifty cars underneath.

In front of the pavilion was a blaze
of_oleanders_and_a small fountain. In
the centre of the carpark was a small
circular staircase rising to 20 feet. Up-
stairs was a delightful restaurant open
to the sea. There were potted palms and
concealed electric fans were swirling the
air around: the place was full of people
It was lunch time. A string band was
playing light popular tunes and every-
one was happy and gay.

Then I woke up.

The Y ga was full of charcoal bags

and old iron and the sun had burnt <
hole right through my Martinique hat

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I looked it up today because fast nigh‘
I could scarcely see the sun set because
of the clusters of jumping bonitos. Wher
I read the little piece under the photo ]
did a somersault my self,

“The flying ‘fish’, says my well in-
formed encyclopedia, “serves as_ its
food.”

+ Now that’s just dandy. Nobody catches
the bonito in Barbados, they tell me.
because they can’t afford the expensive
nets required to catch them.

Meanwhile, the bonito continue to multiply
with greater rapidity than the bats in my roof.
And if the laws of survival operate according
to expectations we ought someday to reach the
stage when there are more bonitos looking for
flying fish than they are flying fish serving the
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\ [ : sentences ‘Imposed Cricket Asscc. For relief from
Allernative Verdict Of ‘°"Aipuee scpnnen fron

Seek Information Vix. H. C. Manning |
Infanticid Ret d in the Sessions been found uty Orr Tour Finances re cain occurred on Thurs-
. 7 1é1 e e urne of offences were yesterday sen- day of Mr. H, C, Manning, Direc.

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OBITUARY:

tenced by His Lordship, Mr THE ard of Management of tor of Messrs. Wilkinson and

AFTER THREE AND A QUARTER HOURS delibera- tion had failed to established the Justice G. L. Taylor, to terms of the Barbados Cricket Association Haynes Ltd, after a short illnes».|

: ; cores j i 3 und 3 v eferred con- He was 64. i
tion yesterday, an Assize Jury found 17-year-old Verona — a Pighesd placed os a, aout ts wean awe vr iecruanen: oF camer chdating te Henry Christie Manning was |
Jackman of Hanson Tenantry, St. George, not guilty of Abd though ther’ wasde hewas _ The first, 48-year-old George the proposed Indian Tour pending the son of the late Dougias Man-|
murder, but guilty of infanticide of her male baby soon asking them to accept the defence Forde, a lighterman of Nelson cjarification by the West Indies Ming, a planter of Newton,
after it was born, by throwing it into a 54-foot well 110 feet theory that the birth was unex- Street, was sentenced to “s Cricket Board of Control on the Christ Church and later of Crav)
from her home, about 5.30 a.m, on May 23. His Lordship, Pected. ISeour, "We had been’ fauna cvsstions. ot distribution of profits TS). Tt, Oia ieee, Wilkin- |
Mr. Juatios G: 1. Taylor, before whom the case which lasted said that Gate wan te lene guilty of | indecently assaulting ~The deckicn at the mat. son & Haynes at the age of 18. |
two days was heard, postponed sentence. whatever that people used the —— Doriel Weekes 09 1... Was taken because of appar- His thoroughness and allegiance
During the outline of the ease on the first day, Mr. well as a latrine. It had been said Mi F G. Smith a red for ext conflict between a Press Re- to duty brought him deserved)
W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor General, for the Prosecution, that about the well was used as } i, . ibe aet: ond Oe the lease relating to the matter, and promotion and when the firm be-|
had told the jury that infanticide meant that while Jack. Such; Put he was saying that Court'to be lenient. Rule 25 of the Board’s Rules as came a Limited Liability, he was

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not in her normal senses the act was done. go over a 54-feet-deep well, un- ee oder tee ae ae Br itish Guiana on the 16th and cept with his vga with | breathing, and has the additional advantage of safeguarding the
: . i ; covered as it was and use it as a ilty of effecting a public mischief 17th March. strong sense of discipline. lL.) mind from the dread of those sudden nerve-racking onslaughts,
saa cient fey yt a pe eee thee Wheat re i vous be too much Sy Decenier - last year, He _ In this connection, the Board of these deve * rene mendenes) There is nothing to fear when Ephazone tablets are to hand!
in the well was hers, but he them before the court, and this P epaanaie ing for one to attempt was sentenced to six months’ Management of the B.C.A. passed It yg w . — him feared | There is nothing to inject, nothing to inhale. Ephazone has
argued that she had had occasion they had not done. : "Answering Mr. Smith’ ta imprisonment, a Resclution made by Mr. J. Ww. B. pone aa — of an oe aT succeeded in cases of Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
to go to the well that morning At this stage, Mr. Smith in that the Prosecution had a a He was the driver of a car, the Chenery “that the Board of Man- rantec a. ~s a na asa : “yee Which previously seensed hopeless. Whet it es done fer Gtieti:
as was proved in evidence, and commenting on the second pre- duced all the facts which would poPeTty, of the Belmont Taxi agement write to Tae Dincteint) OF es alee aat aaiGa ta. thal it can do for you !
while she was over the well— liminary hearing, and the fact have been helpful to pose Sh ager Co. on the day of the offence. The the W.I.C.B.C., in respect of the tee Sainees ares i A
nothing irregular—an unexpected that a different Magistrate heard said that the evidence Of Vorone Bishop Court Hill ane reberted 8 eee ee the cetexse come bteeder on @ small: scale end ha| FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
The Court was packed right up it, said that after the first hearing Jackman’s father, Brathwaite, the Police that someone had driven Se ates Ha to the Press after the has reared some specimen of cat-

to 7.45 pm. when the jury re. and Jackman had geen discharged, and of her sister Doreen did not it off from where he had parked

! . an cae seting » tle whict i rizes e ne
there had been an executive re- help the court in any way, Doreen Rous! General Masting ot [Wns nusl Indiwwiet Techfoltion, D th

turned their verdict, and crowds adjustment. it on Jemmott’s Lane. W.LC.BC.. held in British Guiana nual Industrial Exhibition. In th
were about the Court’s precincts, pugement, : i only awoke at 7 o’clock—after Mabel Harrison was bound over * the 16th and 17th May, par- field his knowledge was thoroug! } . : “
The Prosecution called 12 wit- Objection Raised everything was finished, and the in the sum of £25, with a surety sittarly to the paragrdphs deal. He was married to Miss Ba: Sold by all registered chemists. If any difficulty, write to:

nesses, three doctors, two hospital Mr. Reece objected to such a father was sick, and did not know in a similar sum, to.keep the





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nurses, three Policemen and four Temark, and on the suggestion of What Verona might have done peace and be of good iour foe 2°, with “se di % pe * setae children: Mr. etaae tanning ‘Ot Se Bax 403, Bridgatown.

residents of the Hanson Tenan- His Lordship, Mr. Smith with- When she left the bedroom. So it 18 months, She had bi found poe Sarre nd ‘aisé drawing The Cartle plantation, St. Pete~

try. Yesterday the defence call- drew it. was not surprising that they were guilty of maliciously nevional ns See W.LC.B.C, to and Miss Deborah Manning af |

the Mout _ gy re “shalt Continuing, Mr. Sts Baie that finally not asked to give evidence, property of Violet Greenidge the Terarant “conflict of the re- Messrs. Gordon Grant all of whow |

oO or two anda _ ha e prosecution ha ai value .23. ae § > survive hi
hours, Mr. Reece for one, and His eae” malice in — Mine Very Rare Cases vant COOP a lease with Rule 25 as amended by ata eg : ; ts ees
Lordship summed up the case. plied. Jaca’ Med ‘no malice the Board, o these and other scrrowin :

The case against Jackman was against th i i ; It was in one out of a million FOUNTAIN IN TRAFALGAR Mtr. Chenery moved further thst relatives deepest sympathy will
bay prior to the birth of the submitting ches tad coot eee Was c2ses that a baby cried before SQUARE CEASES TO ‘e Board of Management empha- be extended.

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she had denied she was sirth being born, and he would ask ; size to the W.LC.B.C., the vital

about to give birth to one. Then te tha bene eet ee eee them, the jury, to think it as very OPERATE DAILY importance of this question of @ @ “Crispi "T d

the morning of May 23, she wa¥ of which che wae not conscious Unlikely that when Walcott saw IT HAS been decided that in- profits and losses to the Board of es rispin’ Loads

seen going towards the well, and gs ‘4, Jackman going towards the well stead of playing dail the Management; also that the Board * ‘ ~
b 2 - he had gone to the well with , hear . ; y. , m
* re Psi ne ‘ er Gyre. eee the basin to empty it as her ee eard the baby’s cry. the Fountain in ‘Trafalgar Square of Management deplore the fact Sugar For U.K.

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was not yet born. Rather, will play only on Fridays and on that no information has been giv- f
who saw he father had asked her to do, and } vas. aski foe teed hs ‘ ONE 5 ; yas -¢ .

snag aid eat ee = harske bayinecEnee aa the. doctars a asking them to believe days on which tourist ships visit en to the Board of Management steamship was anchored Ay





; ; baby was already horn, is . This st has been - channels of the im Carlisle Bay yesterday. Shoe
not see her throw the baby in the said it was quite possible for a The statement made by Jackman the island s step ha: through the proper channels 0:

Mi a ssary owing to the ad- A‘ z seting held in Was the SS. Crispin which wis A
well, But later people gathered Se aes Ge =a aS felt to Walcott when she saw him— verse effect of the below average ae meeting Del in making her first voyage to Ba:- AW
about the well and the baby was * 3 e » @ in keep~ “you come out here to tell lies on rainfall during the last six months ittec l . bados, . | es
taken from it. ing with custom, had gone over me"—was a very extraordinary on the water supply to Bridge» % Comeree Sete Crispin, one of the fleet of} NEW AMAZING DISCOVERY @::

Doctors’ evidence was that the well to do so. And it was one. The inference was that at town and will be continued until m, A.C. Serna "D, Goddard. Booth Line boats, was launched
Jackman had recently given birth then that the baby accidentally the time the child was already Chenery, Mr. . ow Ge ,

. h Vv et tp, ONly last year, She is chartere:||
eee wa born, born, From his: way of seeing jt, he wot ee ees sid) foe appointed by the Harrison Line Steamshio ‘ 9
en the case resumed yester- e was not asking them, the the evidence by Walcott att ‘ 0 80 x Co. of which Messrs. DaCosta & t t df,

day, the defence called three wit- jury, for sympathy nor for an first hearing was substantially the OUR READERS SAY: The meeting appointed the fol- ©o. are the local agents, \e Wie 00s G
nesses, first Gilbert Brandford, a alternative verdict of infanticide, same as at other times lowing members to serve on the — She is taking a load of suger ve}
clerk of District “B” Police Sta- but was telling them that the z The Financial State * Selection Committee: Mr. J. M. for the United Kingdom. WS
tion, and the accused’s father and pirth was all an accident. He reminded them, too, that Fp | Kidney; Mr, S. O’C. Gittens; Mr. The SS. Forester, anothc
sister, Referring to the evidence of Walcott did not at all times have Of The Union My, N. Peirce; Mr. E. A. V. Williams Harrison Liner, is expected 10! 4x. ayazino piscovery, Air-wick

Brandford read the evidence walcott, the witness who said he bis eyes on Jackman and it was and the Captain of the Barbados arrive in the island today. She} : 3 - .
which was given at the first pre- saw Jackman going towards the "Ot surprising that he did not see To The Editor, The Advocate — Cricket team. will take a load of sugar at kills unpleasant indoor smells — even
liminary hearing by the Prosecu- well on the morning, he said that the child. SIR,—The leading article in “4 ,ointed members of the Um- Speightstown, the strongest cooking smells, stale
tion witness Walcott, the witness 7

who said he saw Verona Jackman When Walcott first gave evidence The grass at the bottom of the the issue of your newspaper Of | i.0<7 Committee were Mr. J. M. The Motor Vessel Terra Nov»

; bace ells, bat mells, It kills
i r well upon the chi today, Friday, the Ist August, };. . EK. A. V. Williams, which loaded fancy molasses, lef’ tobaccosmells, bathroom smells. It ki
going toward the well. He was he was unable to say where he pe Id carried the Kidney; Mr. E.



5 implicatio: i ies that the members of the 5). 38 . yw for Sydney, Novia Scotia. them in the air. It actually makes your
produced to read the evidence fan aarti oeyed seg, Unless they ake coeneten ee Barbedos Workers’ Union were not Sa Del, Tanise and Mr. Ww home smell fresh and clean.

cry ieee a neriseees he it under dadendan, i that Carter was an absolute vere presented with a financial report ‘"2°* Board accepted the report se . > Air-wick contains chlorophyll, the
hae fect ston o De averenrs me In any case, he had only said ie foe -_ conclusion at which ° the rn eraser of the Committee appointed to UK. CONSIDERS substance in nature that keeps all

' 4 ; : ut he y could arrive concern: erence held on ay last. ; ar ements for the re- ;

eens pent, Babes BNE we coah ten cake ie Raggi rl grass being upon the ae en teal It is surprising to read this in wintion at ae "Heksinaton Pa. Hides Paked growing plants fresh and nrg It has
told the Court that his daughter ble, as the doctor had told them, 28°k™man was guilty of deliberate your paper, when one of your viion “In this connection, Mr. might lead to Lancashire losing 12§ other natural compounds too.
had been living at him about that the baby could have been yr" Reporters sat and heard the 1°17 Gq Hoad said that nine ten- its market for textiles in the Car- Air-wick is so simple to use, Just

four months before the incident crying before it was born. And },

His last point was that malice Financial Report read to the ders were received, and the con- ibbean.” unscrew the cap, pull up the wick, place
occurred. Prior to this she had jf Walcott heard it cry that might

shee eg sntes: Malice was members with a detailed state~ joo” os awarded to Mr. George Mr, Hopkinson, closing the de- ha hedhte Och iA MAE ahbve ‘the



; ; lied wh arious heads; and bate, paid a tribute to the movin; 7
pues living in St. Joseph at one have been what happened. So if liberate and Han cant eae, de- ere i atven by the Gen- Bynoe. f f eceans anita of Dr. Morgan and assurea| source of smell, Smells vanish as if
“g Walcott heard the baby crying mitted by one person a inst eral Secretary to the questions Sir Allan Collymore, Chairm'", Vin that the West Indies are cer-| — by magic.
comed ‘Pregnant When he saw Jackman g8N6 anotlier, Giinst “sked by Delegates including the Comeratulated the Committee for tainly not being forgotten,

She seemed as though she towards the well, it did not mean When His Lordshi had * k p made by the Auditor the very excellent work done. “One of my colleagues has been
would soon give birth to a child that the baby was already born. up the case, the “Fie pete tea remar! : 1 by the secounts ~The meeting by a majority ac- touring those islands quite re- a a
and he questioned her about it, Reasonable Denial consider their wanmtnnd ired to Genera ee te This financiat cepted the recommendation of the cently,” he declared, “and. the:
but she said she was not in such 4, Wag Seentiain tha ang deliberating for nae , ged after of soe oe Nésented tothe Committee appointed to investi-] are very much in our minds a’ ' =
FF a ea Foe bin pere Re ee denied to Ret ‘father that 3 4 as ter hours, returned a verdict of ma nbers of the Union who are #ate and report on the taper OME ragga rpg PR peat
she had told him that such was ‘about to give birth to a_ baby. guilty of infanticide. v4 of

tion-Windward Match, to the! ticular interest in them, asm)
her state, She was but a girl of 17, and the people really concerned as a effect that no points be awarded/ forebears for many generations





would dream that a few
weeks ago I was so fat I
was ashamed to go Out,

And [didn’t have to diet 66 y
or tire myself out doing . yi iY,
exercises, All I did was to

take a course of Silf, Silf’s

= i : siderabl Delegate Conference to listen to 7 p |
Pe otge Ghivegpcr nie Me iba Spe Tenet mah ee Nee the number eee | ae Genes the aioe intimate details of the Since Wednesday |
the Dail tie hud aeea hed bene cots en Can anenine check up with the Traffic Depart- work of our organisation includ-
carried from his bedroom into the
common room and he could not
have seen when his daughter
actually took it away. She was

‘ : ‘ separate report in the same fete g abc weed 0g ag,”

On May 23 when the alleged under the circumstances it was ° manner as hes been done for the for the match which was won out- lived In the West Indiel, |, INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LTD. ~~
offence occurred, he was sick, but reasonable. DB ’ : last eleven years. You may be "ight by’ Foundation. oO Telephone 5009
and as he had been laid up, had Then there was no_ evidence rivers Licences ‘ssured that the financial position, The dispute arose cut of a com-| a
had occasion to vomit in a basin as to signs about the house that : Of this Organisation is sound (as p’aint by the Windward Team| Hligyy I took
during the previous night. So the baby had been born within Number Less Than Or Maer Nate must have told you #g7inst the condition of the nite | :
ee am. he
erona to empty e ever, we » remi , } |
one bares a ee —— If the baby had been born Last Year Seat Oras “i daee tee on \| 2
ion outside and w ithi 3 itted, : mike 3 Soar
ie ns . er pe vee within the house, he canes THE number of licences issueq Pave. had_ the opportunity of Boy Missing UGLY FAT
, there would have been Signs. to drivers of t i sending a Réportey to our Annual TAKE
man. There had been signs between date js con motor vehicles to portey Looking at me now, who |
|

Hezikiah McLean of Bridge Road |
reported to the Police that twelve- |
year-old Henderson Harrison left |
his home about 1 p.m. on the 30th |

ment disclosed yesterday. ing our financial position?
from the well. Last year a. total of 12,100 We, the two Executive Officers

The evidence concerning the licences were issued but inistrati
state of the baby was quite con- this year, only 9,423 bive wea Seat ticlon, aediee aw Geamice

would give the impression that
the Union was presented with a

away about ten minutes sistent with a sudden birth and issued. Three hundred and Step siedecn Pome auttalac tela of last month for Shot — Beacr, | ee oe
Verona Jackman’s sister, 2n immediate fall into a well. Seventy-three badges have been if allowed to go unchallenged TRG Des Ne IOS POE chi | for taking off unwanted fat TON. T C WIN.
Dor-en said that. she awoke the he umbilical cord was broken issued to bus drivers, while the + The Police have begun a search | and making you full of |

morning about 7 o’clock and the and it was highly improbable number issued to conductors is far the youngster who is about four |

vivacity and vitality.
house seemed quite normal to that Jackman would have done 315. There were 237 conductor’s

feet tall, of a black complexion, | And Silf is guaranteed






















: : A report of the work of the Union j i -le 4 bsolutely harmless, In 443 7 :
her. this. sais oe meee up to the end of Without a Financial Statement. pegs are Nes ap Algae fact, it makes you feel bettes It Stimulates the Nerves, enriches the blood and
Born Unexpectedly Referring to the evidence of earn ' We hope, perhaps unreasonably, llow “polo” shirt, and and’ brighter and fitter io builds up new reserves of strength which is lacking
... Carter, the witness who went _ The apparent difference between that this is the last tim. u will ing a yellow “polo” shirt, an every way. : ing bel :

recog Be vl Mr. pies Inte the well. for the baby, he the number of licences and the eae le aa ee ae tweed pants, with no shoes on his | Got a’ bottle of Bil? te when you are feeling below par.

sal a e de ce was no + be f badges i s . day and start on the Silf
t arkable that Number of badges issued to con y
denying that Jackman gave birth eee taLthk be savor about one ductors is due to the fact that aan eee - meted org or ay fo: Eripiriike erace 5/6 and 10/-
to the child, but were saying that BTAN® Siout Dail — for Carter the badges are issued from the ‘0 ive the public a | disio CASH STOLEN
the birth at the time was quite re a it wae not scattered all St. of the year, whereas the picture of the true facts. ze @ ’ ————
unexpected, and that it occurred the well then the baby licences are issued in the month | Thanking you for the publica- Ajbertine Thorne of Mansion |
as stubs ike hat oe ee vd canoe Brey’ dentially, direct- °f June. tion * this ert . Road, St. Michael, reported to the Table KNIGHTS LTD
i r , ours faithfully, Police that her home was broken eo P

be at the time. ly on the grass, and then grass -_—_----— G. H. ADAMS, and entered between 8 “ae and 4} ¥

Whether the Prosecution had again fali just over the baby. ‘i President. pam. on Thursday, and $63.40 All Branches
not conducted the case throughout Two Sh ips Send F. L, WALCOTT, stolen. The Police are investigat-| @ |
wae foe raat ire Had Thrown Mart ‘ 7 2 General Secretary, ing the matter. ! J _ >_—_— = =
question for them to decide, There ,05 they had heard, Edna Wee 7 War. ning Cables HOO OY YS HEwYYTLE!/: : ey
had been two preliminary hear- % ere eee ado a 38 g a a & o®
ings of the case and it was felt OVE" Tne SIGNS mot that Jack- > CABLE received by the SSBB eR> a
at the first, that a prima facie 2nd well. oe Harbour and Shipping Master a ‘SEES aus ae

i i e fact that it .

case had not been made out, man tried to hide the fact t from the S.S. Philosopher, states
Then came the second hearing, a8 born. It only was ee i Was that the Nevis Light was not
and the Prosecution deft out two born suddenly and ah a be. Visible at seven miles and was
witnesses who had given evidence thinking that it was about to b@ apparently extinguished.
on the first occasion, witnesses born. Another cable, received earlier
who, he submitted were helpful _ The Prosecution were not alleg- fromm the Motor Vessel Spenser,
in the execution of justice. ing that at any time during the stated that a large tree about 50

Jackman’s father had given night of the 22nd, Jackman gave feet long and about three feet in
material evidence, evidence which birth to the child within the diameter, was afloat in position
explained Jackman’s going to the house and then took it out. The Jatitude 10.52 north and 60.38
well with a basin, Yet the Prose- Prosecution had brought no evi- west.
ecution has seen fit to leave him dence of such; the Prosecution had The Captain of the Spenser
out as a witness. The Prosecu- none; actually there was none, stated that this log might be
tion’s duty was to assist in the He finally said that the Prosecu- danverous to navigation.
en eee eee eee eee een ee en

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THANKS





ALLEYNE—We, the undersigned. beg to
acknowledge. wiih deepest thanks all
these who sent «wreaths, cards or in
any other manner expressed sy mapathy
to us during our saddest hour
décasioned “by the loss of Mrs. Annie
Agusta Alleyne of “Rose Bank” Bush
Hall, St. Mighael.

. Ebenezer ne (husband) Retired
rocer. Victor ““tGrenada) and Frank

(sons), Grandchildren: Victorine, Rosalie,

Diana (Grenada) Cyrilene, Angela

(Barbados) . 2.8.52--1n

LE, TT
SEALY—In- iovieg~memory of our dear
wife and mo Ambrozine Sealy,
who died bn August 2nd 1946.
Out of a world of sorrow
Into & heaven of rest
Ged must have a beautiful garder
For he always chooses the best
Ever remembered by—
Stanley Sealy (usband), Ina (daughter)
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2.8. 52—1n

HELP
A FEMALE BOOK-KEEPER re KEEPER requige<
experience of Journal entries af
Ledger Balancing essential. by
letter stating experience to A.B.C. c/<
Advocate “Co., .Ltd. 1.8,5a—$n

a
GENERAL, SERVANT (to sleep in)
Good wages and accommodation. Appi

Mrs. Otho Dowding. Pine Hill.
30.7. 52—8n

MAID WANTED — Apply:
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MISCELLANEOUS
USED STAMPS—-Wanted large or sma:

uantities of clean postally used BAR
‘DOS and other B.W.I stamps
Buying prices on application to
J. TURTON

P.O Box 124, Kingstown, St. Vincent
31.7,52-—3n





ANNOUNCEMENTS

CARS ON HIRE—Friends and genera!
public to know that you can_ hire
brand new. self-driven cars at Holborn
Fontabelle. Dial _3723. 30.7.52—4n

MONEY. Big cas!
time. Sell Per



25 for $1.50— Name .
* 28 beautiful box assort
“Air Mail.
W. Huron St
30.7

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LOST & FOUND



LOST



B.T.C, RACE TICKETS — Series K
ee 1904, 1306, 1310, 1314. In Holligan
Road. Pindgy.. indky return same t
Mrs. Welch, Holligan Road.

2.8.52—1n

—_—_
DOG—One Small Fox Terrier dog wit
Black around eyes. Name of do
Susie with collar around his neck
Picase (Phone 4344, c/o Bata Shoe Store
cr 8536, No. 10, Blue Waters. i

. p—2n

—-—peeeretataillnnsinindiaveemeeimnerinaiatee emt

WALLET-—Wifll the person in posses-
sion of a wallet containing a Paname
Company Disability Relief Check No
33981 payable to Joseph N. Lord, neni
Joneses, St. Philip, Barbados, B.W.%.
June 2, 1952, and an identification card
please mail the same to the above address
with thanks 30.7, 52—3n

“PERSONAL

The pollic are hereby warned ogeinst
living credit to my wife, Millicen!
hoyee tree Callender) as I do not ho!
myseli responsible for her or anyo
else contracting any debt or debts +
my es unless by a written orde:
sign yy me,

; EDRICK

BOYCE,
Lion Castle,
St. Thomas,
2.8.52—2n.












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Sa a

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AND NOW

Pig . you can have
A GAS COOKER

like, those you have admired in
the magazines.

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jowroom .
Bay Street.



Alterations, improvements, and
extensions are taking place at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY 80, as
to give greater shopping pleasure
to our numerous customer friends

Please——-Nete:—-The Hardware
Departnfent is now closed.

JOHNSON.
JOHNSON.

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Thundering Values
in

GOOD USED

FURNITURE

Big & Medium imported Chef-
fonieres with many Fancy Mirrors,

8 up. — Sideboards $36, Big
La>* $12, Liquor Cages with
see ‘cs $5.50, Metal neboxes

“und Oak Dining Table
more, $32 Hit, Metal
Weare Drainers $3.

Tron stead $8, Old World

Carved 1) Pole Mahogany Be:i-

stead 10, Enepeiet 2-dra)
ir 5

Dresser with
oo ibre_ Bed
Metal

r- 37,
Trunk $8.

Railed_Oak Chairs $3.50, Rush
Chairs $2.88} Round many-purpose ¢
Varnished 20” Tables $3.50, Ladies
Work Basket. .

PIANOS, Portable and Table

Gramopliones $20, Banjos 414,

Portable
HUY NOW!
ee

L. S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4069












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SALE |



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AUTOMOTIVE |

CAR—1s9 Prefect Ford in good)

condition. Phone 3487 or the Beacon |
Printery 1.8.52—Iin

—————

CARS—Vauxhalls 12 H-P, 1940 and 10/
K.P. 1940, Contact Marshall & Edwards
48, Roebuck Street. 2.8.52-—2n.

CAR--1951 Black Hillman Minx, 15,000
miles, Contact I. S. Robinson, Garden
House, St. George, Dial 3254.

31.7. 52—4n







CAR—Morris 6 in good working —

tion. Tyres good. Mhone as a



ELECTRICAL



G.E.C. REFRIGERATOR, 4 ubic ft
“irst class condition, attractive bargain
rice for a housewife. Apply: L. & H
liar, Reed Street. Dial 2781.
2.8.52—2n

REFRIGERATOR — One second-hand



tectrolux (Lamp) A-1 condition, price}
o catch. Apply: L. & H. Millar, Reed
itreet. Dial ‘91 2.8.52—2n

PYE PORT. bined

ABLE RADIOS—Com!
lectric Mains and Self Contained Dry
3attery Operation. Price $120.00, P. C. S
Maffei & Co., Ltd. 1.8,52—-t. fn

NEW WOODWORKING MACHINERY
One (1) 18” Cirevlar Saw complet
with motor, One (1) 16” Joipter and





FOR HENT

HOUSES

Attractive seaside Flat main road Has-
tings, comfortably furnished, English
Bath, Open Verandah facing sea. Suitable
one person (or couple). From August 1
Telephone 2949. 18.6.52—t f.n.





ROOMS—Two furnished
rent. Worthing, opposite
Theatre Best Sea-bathing

rooms for
the Royal
Phone 8401
2,.8.62—t.f.n

KIMBOLTON, corner tnd Avenue
Belleville & Pine Road Three Bed-
rooms and usual conveniences. Vacant
Possession immediately Apply Hutch-
inson & Banfield, James Street

2.8.52—-2n

“LAS CAMPANAS” —

Furnished from
16 Aug. siti

3rd Avenue Belleville,
containing 3 rooms, Living Room,
Kitchen, Bath, Toilet with Front and
Back Verandahs. Garage, ‘ashroem,
Servants’ Room with Bath and Toilet
in yard. For Particulars phone 3726.

, 2.8.88—1n.

TO AN APPROVED ANT—Cool
comfortably furnished first floor flat with
modern Gas Cooker, English tub bath,
near sea in the Hotel area. Available
occupaney within a few days. Apply:
Box E. Advocate. 29.7.52—3n.

“REYNAN” -— Hastings.
lars, phone 3950.

PUBLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

eee
“BRIGHTWOOD" situate on the seaside
at St. Lawrence, Christ Church, stand-|
ing on 33,006 square feet of land
The House contains three bedrooms
drawing, dining and living room, garag: |













For particu-
2,8.52—2n



person shall in the meantime give notice





Planer complete with motor, For furthe:
particulars apply to Law & Connell.













2.8.52—an
LIVESTOCK

COW One Heavy Dairy Cow — Good
quality milk Ts 4164 2.8.52—6n
PUPP! Nice half bred Terriers

Reasonable $3.4). Telephone 8473
2.8.5¢—1n

MISCELLANEOUS
“AUTOBRITE” CAR POLISH. The

ginss-hard protective surface ignparted
by Autobrite last for six months or
more and is excellent for Bicycles,
Motor Cycle, Baths, Refrigerators, Tiles.
Wonderful for Chromium
shipment just received. HARRISON.
Dial 2364. 1.8.52—gn

CHEESE — Cheese: Australian Cheese
per Tb at Griffith's Rockley. Dial 4514
2.8.52—2n.





“EASAKOF” is a compound Cough
Medicine for relieving Coughs, Sore
Throats etc. in Pigs, Goats, Sheep,

Horses and Cattle, made by the wel-

known Manufacturers, Day Son & Hewitt

itd. Price 5/6 box. KNIGHT'S LTD.
1,8.52—3n





FORKS—Agricultural, Forks made

and servants’ rooms with electric light)
and water throughout, Inspection by |
eppointment, phone 8250 between the
hours of 9 and 12 a.m. |
The above will be set up for sale ai|
Public Competition on Friday, the 15th
day of August 1952, at 2 p.m. at the
office of the undersigned.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street
27.7.52—10n |







One of the first selected spots at Blue
Waters’ Terrace Rockley 12,600 sqr '
ft. with right of way to sea. Apply
A. F. Jones & Co., High Street. Phone
2626 2.8.§2—3n

The undersigned will sale
by public competition office |
No, 1%, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday, the 8th day of August 1952, at!
2 p.m.
800—Ordinary
in BARBADOS

offer for
at their

Shares of $1.00 eoch |
CO-OPERATIVE BANK

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
Solicitors.
1.8.52—6n

ete. New| LIMITED



AUCTION



UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
surance company I will sell by public
auction at Messrs, Fort Royal Garage on

of! Friday next the 8th August at 2 pm

the Best Steel and the right pattern at|one Morris 8 slightly damaged in av

35.20
the Cathedral, Spry Street.
27.7.52—6n



GLUE KETTLES—A Glue Kettle that
ie so Light that you don't realise its
presence in your kit and how efficient;
‘o joints to
capacity 1 pt Price $1.80 Harrison.

31.7. 52—3nr

eS
GREY FLANNEL—Heavy quality for] Powder,

all purpose suitings 56 Inches wide only
$2.62 yard, It is cheapest at KIRPALANI
\2, Swan Street.

HOUSEHOLD all

EQUIPMENT of
Saree ts ae T. Alider, 118 Roebuck | paint 2 Cartons Rinso, & Ladies’ Hand-

treet. 10.5.52—t.f.n.



LINIMENT—-We have in stock “Aintre:
Liniment” a veterinary product for treat-
ing Sprains, Muscular Strains, Windgalls,
ete. ete, in Horses and Cattle. ice
$222 bot KNICHT’S LTD.
1,8, 52—§n.



“OIL TINS—New empty l-gallon Oil
rings suitable fe berceane oll, ete. $1.00
cach. Apply: rtesy Garage



leak and unbreakable | we wi

2.8,52—2n.| Material, 6 Bedsteads, 40 yds

The Auto Tyre Co., opposite | accident. Terms cash. D'Arcy A. Scott,

Auctioneer. 2.8.52—4n





UNDER THE SILVER |

|
ecommendations of Lioyds z



By
sell on TUESDAY the 5th August
at our Mart 17 High Street.

51 Ladies’
shirts,

Hats, 29 Gents’ Hats, 7
34 Tins Baking
24 Valor Chimneys, 2 Wash
Basins, 243 Cartons One-O-One, 40
Quaker Oats, 2 Bicyeles, 71 yds.

1 Case Sweets,

Kes
CBS
Tweed,
9 Boxes Chocolates, 1 Coal Stove, 3 Sew-
ing Machines, 1 W.C. Pan, 23 Tins

bi ‘
“Sale 12,30 o’clock. Terms Cash

TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
2.8.52—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES



1.8.82—4n. | “NOTICE to Customers and the genera’

en RO A,
SILVER BALLS—Silver Balls for orna-
menting Cakes hhave now arrived at
ae? Rockley. Come and get oon
2 ~gn.

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London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o. Advo-
cate Co. Ltd, Local

Tel, 3118.

Te
TOYS—New American Toys which in-
clude Doctor and Nurse Kits, Beach
2alls, Pistols, Cannons. Cars, Jeeps,
Water Pistols, Dippy Ducks and several
other attractive toys. All reasonably
priced. . W. Hutchinson & Co.,

td, — Broad Street.
29.7,52—3n.

Sarde diene nlite tnlee apiece aelalinrs
TABLETS—We have in stock “Do-Do

Tablets” a positive relief from | Public

Price $1.20 “bot
1,8.52—6n

spasm in 30 seconds.
KNIGHT'S LTD,

———_—
VENETIAN BLINDS—Made to order
1 metal (aluminium) All sizes, all

edlours, immediate delivery. Write,

Advocate. 1.8.52—6n.

NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications for a Qualified Midwife,
between the age of 30 and 35 will be
received the Churchwarden Mrs. H
Talma, Welches, Ch, Ch. up to 3 p.m

mn the Sth August, 1952.
Terms of appointment obtainable from

he Parochial Treasurer.
26.7.52—4n

nae

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
During the month of August the
‘ayochial Treasurer's Office days will be
8 follows:
Thursdays from 10 am. to 3 p.m.
Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
Signed G. S. CORBIN.
2.8.52—3n
I

NOTICE

COMBERMERE SCHOOL
The following is the list of successful
andidates for Open Entrance to Com-
ermere School, Lists of candidates for
arious scholarships have ‘already been
ubmitted to scholarship awarding
vuthorities, and suecessful candidates for
hosé scholarships will be notified ‘n
tue course by the various Bodies
ARMSTRONG, Myran Austin
TAYLOR, Carl Algernon
MOORE, Carl DelLdsle
GRAHAM, Vere Richard
WIGGINS,: Walwin Theophilus
ALKINS, Eric Elwin
CLEMENTS, Winston Alarthur
HARRIS, Erie Harcourt
McCOLLIN, Ceeil Athelstan
HENRY, Hallon Wesley
ALLEYNE, Winthrop
12. WALCOTT, Lester Anthony



13. BRATHWAITE, Colin Patrick
4. INCE, Cyril Maurice
iS. SMALL, Ronald Erin

fr. CONNELL, Walter Arleigh
ARCHER, Bentley Cameron

&. GIBSON, Jeffrey Elester

.. BROWNE, Clive Vernon
BYNOB, Carlo Dennis

4. BEST, Albert Liayd Bismark
2. BEST, Richard Anthony
CUMBERBATCH, Wilfred Hugh
RED, Vernon O'Neale
ARCHER, Alwyn Addison

~

Forester’s Scholarship

Applications in writing,
to the Secretary, Court
Michael's Diamond, will be
received up to Saturday,
August, 1952, for one Enabling
Scholarship tenable at any frst
or Second Grade School,

Candidates, whose parents must
be financial members of the above-
named Court, must be, not less
than 10 years old and under 14
years on Ist September, 1952.

Applications must be accom-
panied by either a Birth or a Bap-
tismal Certificate.

S. A. OSBOURNE,
Secretary, Court St. Michael's
Diamond
Dayrell’s Road,
St. Michael 19.
30.7,52—4n,

SCOPES PE SP PSSO POSS FFF SSS



to
Our wholesale Business will be
heliday fro

public:
closed for our annual
Sth August until the 19th.

C. HERBERT,
" 85, Tudor Street, City.
30.7.52—4n



NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
The Parochial Office will be closed

tative |on Tuesday 5th August and Tuesday 12th
17.4.52—4.2.n | August.

F. F. PILGRIM,
Parochial Treasurer.
2.8,52—3n

TION, a
existing under the
Delaware,
Manufacturers,
address is 635 South
Bend,
applied fur
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of automobiles.
register
the 3ist da

TION, a
existing under the laws of the State of

Manufacturers,

address is 635 South Main Street, South
Bend,

applied for the registration of a trade

register the same after one month from

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

TAKE NOTICE
COMMANDER

That THE STUDEBAKER CORPORA- |
corporation organized and
laws of the State of
United States of America, |
whose trade or business |
Main Street, South |
Tadiana, US.A., has
registration dY a trade





State of

the

and will be entitied to
same after one month from
of July, 1952, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.
Dated

the

this 23rd day of July
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

31.7 .52—3n

1952



TAKE NOTICE
CHAMPION

That THE STUDEBAKER CORPORA-
corporation organized and

Delaware, United States of America,

whose trade or business
State of Indiana, U.S.A., has
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect}
of automobiles, and will be entitled to
the 3lst day of July, 1952, unless some
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade

mark can be seen on application at my |

Dated this 23rd day of “July, 195%.
H, WILLIAMS,

91.7.52—3n

’
|
Registrar of Trade Marks. |
;



TAKE NOTICE
ZENITH

© corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Illinois,

address is 6001 West Dicken Avenue,
City of Chicago, County of Cook, State
ot Illinois, United States of America,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A’ of Register in
respect of electrical hearing aids and

register the same after one month from
the 3lst day of July, 1962, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office,
1952.

Dated this 23rd day of July,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
BARFOOD

That BARBADOS PRODUCTS LEMITED,
a company incorporated and registered
in Barbados, Manufacturers, whose trade
or business address is in care of Fitz-
petrick Graham & Co., Barclays Bank
Building, Broad Street, Bridgetown, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of food products, substances used as
food or as ingredients in food, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 3lst day of July,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at mty office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of July,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7,.52—8n

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. PRESCOD B. O'NEAL

begs to inform his Patients and General
Public that his office will be closed for
vacation as from Saturday 2nd August,
re-opening Monday 24th Auagvet,



1962





8.52—4n
NOTICE
DEABREU TAILORING CO.
TAKE NOTIC

E

that the business of tailoring carried
on by Guilherme Ansélm6 DaSilva
Evsteee Gordon DeAbreu at Marhili
Street, Bridgetown, under the style or
firm of DeAbreu Tailoring Co, has been
dissolved by mu consent as from
the 8th day of July 1952; and FURTHER
TAKE NOT%CE that the said Guilherme
Anselmo DaSilva has the sole right to
collect the outstanding debts and assets
of the said company under and by
virtue of the deed of dissolution.

All persons indebted to the said
company are hereby required to settle
their indebtedness immediately at the
said address Marhill Street.

GUILHERME ANSELMO DaSILVA.

1,8.52—3n. |



CHANCERY SALE

The undermentioned property will be
Bridgeto’

the date below. If not then so
Friday at same place and during the
on application to me

CLARENCE SAMU!
ind

set up for sale at The Registration Office

wn, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on

ld, it will be set up on each succeeding
same hours until sold. Full particulars

EL KING—P'aintift

al
NATHANIEL PILGRIM-—Defendant
TARTAN Metal Company c/o Barbados| HROPERTY. FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land Situate at

Yearwood's Gap off Black

Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one

Rock in the parish of Saint Michael and
rood
Cummings

twenty’
uts Abutting on lands of L

_e hes or thereabo

on ade of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one Corbin on lands
of L. Cadogan and on a Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parce!
of land situate at Brighton Road in the parish of Saint Michael

Island of Barbados

aforesaid containing by admeasurement

and
twenty and four fifths perches or thereabouts Abutting and bounding

on lands of W. H. Leach

one Blackett on lands of Martha. Bowen
else the same may abut and

however avehinee
messuage or dwe ouse
21,200. °. °
UPSET 3 . 0. 0.
a a 15th August, 1952.

on lands of Blanch Gittens on lands of
and on‘a Public Road or
bound Together with the
and all and singular other the buildings

H WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
July, 1952.
81.7.52—4n.



TAKE NOTICE

|

nationality, Manufacturers, whose trade
Street, Georgetown, British Guiana, has



register the same after one month from

person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of |
The trade mark can be seen on application at

opposition of such registration.
my ofice,
Dated this 23rd day of July, 1952.



’ That THE GUIANA MATCH FACTORY



LIMITED, a cumpany of British
or business address is 54 & 55 Water
applied for the registration of a trade

mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of matches, and will be entitled to

the 3ist dry of July, 1952, uniess some

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n



TAKE NOTICE

———

CIGARETTES

Britain and Northern Ireland, Tobacco

factured tobacco, and will be entitled to
the 3ist day of July, 1952

can be seen on application at my office.
Dated this @3rd day of July, 1952.



Si1.28vOr> GD»

That BROWN & WILLEAMSON TOBACCO “CORPORATION
LIMITED, a company organised under the laws of the United Kingdom of Great

unless some person shall in the
in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such registration. The trade mark,



Cigereller, |

KGDL

(EXPORT)

Manufacturers, whose tradé or business

address is Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W., England has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of manu-

register the same after one month from
meantime give notice

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n

|i Esso Standard Oli, S.A., of Panama |







NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PHRELIP

Applications for one or mere Vacant |
St. Philip's Vestry Exhibitiens tenabie
at the St. Michael's Girls’ Grhool, wilh
be received by the undersigned not later
than Monday 18th August, 1952

Candidates must be daughters of Par-
ishioners i straitened circumstances,
and must be over ()) nine years and
}under (11) years on the 15th September,
1952

A birth Certificate must be forwarded
with an appliceanion form obtaimed from
the Parochial Treasurer’s Office

P. §. W. SCOTT
Clerk to the Vestry,

St. Philip
2.8.52——61



NOTICE
ASSIGNMENT OF TRADE MARKS
ALADIN
DIAMOND WHITE HEADLIGHT O11

(new script style

REGAL CROWN

UNFFLO

WICO iwith name West

Co.)

WICO (within a seroll)

WICO (bieck letters)

NOTICE IS HERREBY GiVEN that|
Esso Standard Oil ‘Antilies) S.A., of |
Panama City, Panama, being the pro-
prietor of the abovementioned trade |
marks has assigned them with the good-

India Oj

ms
|

| will of the business connected therewith |

aconeaeae by instrument dated 5th June,
And all persons are warned against in-
fringing the said marks.
Dated this Ist day of August, 1952
COTTLE CATFORD & CO.,
Attorneys of ESSO STANDARD OIL
(ANTILLES), S.A.



OFFICIAL NOTICE |



RARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL
| juitable Jurisdiction)
| JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Piaintiff)
| LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
4 (Defendant)
IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made an the

| Manufacturers, whose trade or business |3ist day of July, 1952, I give notice to

all persons having any estate,-right or
interest In or any lien or incumbrance
affecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate near Melrose in the par-
ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar
bados containing by admeasurement one

; Parts thereof, and will be entitled to} rood thirty-five perches or thereabout:

abutting and bounding on lands of Lilian
Holloway on lands of a place called ‘Mel
rose’ On lands of the estate of Thomas
Gill deceased and on the public road or
however else the same may abut and
bound to bring before me an account of
their said claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be examined
by me on any Tuesday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of and 3
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
| before the 8th day of October, 1952, in
order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper
ty. q

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of October 1952, at 10
o'clock a.m. when their said claims will
be_ranked.

Given under my hand this 3ist day of
July, 1962

F G

ag. Clerk of the

Assistant Court of Appeal.
2.8.52-—3n.

| OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS, °
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

TALMA,







(Equitable Jurisdiction)
JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON

(Defendant)

NOTICE is hereby given that by_vir-
tue of an Order the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated the 3ist day of July,
1982 there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder a the Office of the Cleric
: the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Court House, Bridgetown, between the

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the|S.S.

afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
October, 1952: All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate near Melrose im
the parish of Saint Thomas and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasure-
ment one rood and thirty-five perches
or thereabouts abutting and bounding on
lands of Lilian Holloway on lands of a
place called Melrose” on lands of the
estate of Thomas Gill, deeeased, and on
public road or however else the
same may abut and bound and if not
then sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same
is sold for a sum not less than

the

£150. 0. 0.
Dated this Sist day of July, 1952.
F. G. TA

és LMA,
ag. Clerk of the
Assistant Court of Appeal
2.8.52-—8n.



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REGENT HIGH SCHOOL

Re-opens Tuesday, September
2nd, 1952. Near Ist Avenue, Pine
Road, St. Michael, send your
children to this secondary school,
where~we shall tutor them, for
the General Certificate of Educa-
tion and the London Chamber of
Commerce examinations

One scholarship is now available
to your children.

Apply any Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2

-m.
: THE PRINCIPAL.
2.8,52—In.









“GLORIA
themselves responsible for any
debt or debts contracted by any
member. of the crew of this vessel
while in port,

R. M. JONES & COMPANY,
LIMIT

CHANGE

Effective 2nd August, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the Gen-| %
+ eral Post Office as follows





SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1952



ODDO CSOS SOOO POGOG OSS

POST OFFICE NOTICE.

IN AIRMAIL’ SCHEDULE.

Destination Time Day | B
Grenada 2.00 p.m. Tuesday
9.30 a.m. Saturday
Guadeloupe 11.45 a.m. Monday |
9.30 a.m. Saturday '
Martinique 11.45 a.m. Monday i
ee 9.30 a.m. Saturday THE FORTRESS CLUB
t. Lucia : : 2.00 p.m. Tuesday |
9.30 a.m. Saturday ; ANNUAL DANCE
Schedules should be amended where necessary. ' tye Patronage of

|General Post Office, {
lst August, 1952.

SHIPPING NOTICES |=

MONTREAL, AUSTRALI~, NEW
ZEALAND L’ @& LIMITED.
(4.4.N Z. LENE)

8.S. “GLOUCESTER” is scheduled to The M/V “CARIBBEE” wiil
eall from Port Pirie May 31st, Devonport accept Cargo and Passengers for
June Sth, ne June 14th, Sydney Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
June 2th, Brisbane July Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing

Barbados about August

In addition to general cargo this vesse)
has ample space
and ESSO STANDARD OIL, S.A. | frozen cargo.

2,8.58-—3n Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading ee ten at Trinidad to

British
Islands.

For further

FURNESS WITHY & CO., LÂ¥D.,

DA ©COBTA & CO., LTD.,



Under
Mr. ERNEST D. MOTTLEY,
M.C.P

At QUEEN'S PARK
Saturday, 30th Aug. 1952

R, A. CLARKE,
Colonial Postmaster.

2.8.52—1n

Sth, arriving at
6th. Thursday 3ist inst.
The M/V “MONEKA”

Trail £775; True Foot
£650; Sailor Bear £600
Lundy Light £600;
Water Bird £500.
Apply
O, P. BENNETT,

Royal Hotel,

will

for chilled and hard

accept Cargo and Passengers for

Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing
Friday, sth August, 1952,

, Leeward and Windward

BWA. SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consigneet

—3 © te

Particulars appiy—

ant Tele. ou



Fg. SO

’
| CANADIAN SERVICE |
rocrotn : HURRICANE
Steamer Be Salls Arrives 4
“3 vs Montreal Halifax Barbados
Lee July 15 July 20 August 1 |
HY es oo July 25 July 20 August 11
on era ie August 12 August 16 August 29
STE R’ August 29 September 2 Sept. 15
N@RTHBOUND HINT No. 1
“A STEAMER” Due Barbados, August ‘th for ST, JOHN, N.B. and

Apply:— DA COSTA & CO., LYD. CANADIAN SERVICE



HARRISON

/T. LAWRENCE RIVER PORTS.

(Re em

WARNINGS



Pay no attention to





LINE | °r..
’ i
sa out for official
warnings.
ene 2.8.52—2n.
OUTWARD FRO THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel From Leaves Due
S.S. “SCHOLAR” .. London and a“ REAL ESTATE
M/brough 26th J 10th Aug.
S.§. “CROFTER” = =. London Gnd Aug. 15th Aug. waninn Geta eee
‘s: TALIST” “Glasgow and ‘2nd Aug. 16th Aug. || iguine progertiess "*
Pes :
S.S. “TROJAN STAR”... Liver pool 2nd Aug. 16th Aug. The property known as



HOMEWARD FOR TBE UNITED KINGDOM



Colleen on the sea at Wor-
things, standing on its own
Jand and has three bed-
rooms ete., and is at present





Vessel For Close in = . =
: i Barbados e Stone alow at
‘CRISPIN London 2nd Aug. Black Rock on Carlton
S.S. “FORESTER” Liverpool 2nd Aug. b i galvanize roaf and ee
For further information apply to nanan ei es vacant. ji
|

DA COSTA & CO. LTD.—Agents Dain Bh. wi
6 the ‘erdex SaDk’ "eaten

e en ind,

w HAV igen. 60. n

E A E co tee e sma property at

Hothersal Turning,
$2.200.00. on

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM







RED ROOFING PAINT
at $4.50 per Gallon

One house at Fairfield,
Black Rock. Price $900.00,
part ean be paid on terms
and the balance monthly.

D’ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer & Real Estate
Agent,

Corner Broad and Tudor Sts.



CANADIAN
NATIONAL
STEAMSHIPS














ANNOUNCEMENT

The Canadian National Steamships wish to announce that there
will be no interruption of their freight services although the

last sailing of the “Lady” ships will be from Montreal the latter
part of October, 1952. br: |

The Company will continue to provide a regular and frequent
freight service (including refrigerated space) from Saint John
and Halifax fortnightly in winter to Bermuda, St. Kitts, Antigua,
Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Grenada,
Trinidad and Georgetown, British Guiana.

This service will be maintained with the three diesels, Canadian
Constructor, Canadian Challenger and Canadian Cruiser. These
three vessels each have accommodation for 12 cabin passengers

and are certified to carry 60 deckers between St. Kitts and
Demerara. ’

During the St. Lawrence season of navigation the same route
will be followed from Montreal via Halifax, with calls at
Saint John and Halifax northbound. One of our 4,500 ton dry
cargo vessels will be added to the 3 diesels, in order to provide
a sailing every 13 days on this route. i ee,

For information regarding rates and sailing dates
consult your loca! agent.







SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE
ene on AE Se ht Nc

—_——

HENRY

PAGE SEVEN

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OL YMP. T ICS: CLAUDIUS T. LEWIS

SAMMY LEE DIVES TO OLYMPIC VICTORY sac:

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Sammy Lee has to be seen to be believed.

LONDON, August 1.
I fell for

Sammy when I saw him on an official Olympic film of
the 1948 London Games. Today I saw him in the flesh, It

was even better that I had expected.

Without question,

he is the best diver in the world.
Coming out for the final of the men’s high diving com-

petition here.

Even when one judge, much to the annoy-

ance of the crowd, gave him only five, the other two made
up for it and his lowest score of 15.12 was still above some
of the best by the other divers.

His best dive according to the referee was not mixed up in them

judges was his last, the running
‘three and half forward somer-

There seems no cure
volatile Uruguayans.

this time.
for these

Sault for which they gave him 20) They did the same thing at the
points. But for me, the best of London Games,

all was his second dive with the
flying two and half backwards.

is afternoon he was leading
by a comfortable 7 points from
his nearest rival, the handsom«
Juan Capilla of Mexico, perhaps:
the best looking man at the
entire games. Not far behind was
G, Haase of Germany, while Mc.
Cormack of US.A., two more
Mexicans, A, Capilla and C.,
Perea, and two Russians Bakatin
and Brener were the other final-

Sammy Lee then gave a show
of diving in which judges found
it hard not to give him full marks
for each dive.

Ball and Bird

For those who are not con.
versant with diving, this
a dive in which the diver has

‘© stretch his arms sideways in
swallow fashion between each
somersault, Sammy performs
this feat with such dexterity tha‘
he looks like a ball and a bird
alternately. A French journalist
sitting near me simply shook his
head as Sammy disappeared into
‘the water after this one. “But
how can they beat a man like
that Monsieur? He is perfection
personified” were his words.

Standing about five feet, Sammy
looks more like a jockey, except
that he is better proportioned.
He is a Hawaiian but I understand
he perfected his diving in
California. He now joins the
select. band of athletes who re-
peated their London success,

Juan Capilla of Mexico who
‘was fourth in the springboard
diving was graceful and _ this
afternoon he dived as near per-
fection as possible. He was the
first to congratulate Sammy Lee
after his last dive and one could
see in the warm hearted embrace
which they gave each other that
the admiration was genuine and
mutual.

Haase of Germany finished a
little less than four points below

apilla, to get the bronze medal.

e victory ceremony was alsc
very colourful as Capilla donned
his red track suit and placed the
traditional Mexican scarf of
many colours over his shoulder.
This touched off further rounds
of applause from the French
quarter.

In the men’s hundred metres
back stroke another Hawaiian
won a gold medal for the U.S.A.
when Y. Oyokawa won in a close
finish from G. Bozon of France.
Third was J. Taylor also of the
U.S.A. Oyokawa’s time of one
minute 5.4 seconds was a new
Olymr'* record.

Women Break Record

In the next event the march of
wecords continued when the
Hungarian women’s team won the
4 by 100 relay. ‘Their time of 4
mins., 24.4 secs. was a new world
as well as Olympic record, Second
was the hefty Dutch team who
tival the Russian lady discus
throwers in physique. The U.S.A.
team was third, but well beaten.

The semi-finals in the men’s 200

metres breast stroke were also ,

swum, but why they do not
change the name to butterfly and
be done with it seefns odd. John
Davies of Australia won his hea\
easily and in doing so lowered
the Olympic record to 2 min.
utes, 36,8 seconds, Herbert Klein

RACING

FOLLOW
THE FORM

(By STATISTICIAN)

THE figures which precede the
horse’s names in the races as given
below indicate the placing of the
horse in his or her last starts at
meetings held in Barbados or
Trinidad in 1952 only.

For example, in the Summer
Stakes, AIM LOW which last ran
at the B.T.C, Spring Meeting came
third in her first start, was un-



5 placed in her next two races, but

second in her final outing. CAN-
TAQUISINE ran in Trinidad in
June, she failed to place in her
first two starts, but was third in
her last effort.

Horses with no figures before
their names. are either making
their debut in racing, or have not,
so far, started in 1952.

1.15—Summer Stakes
5% Furlongs
Class C & C2 Maidens Quis





Baby Girl ........
0000 The Thing ........ ia
000 Test Match ....... 124
O ADU AM: 6 iis. 060. 124
000 Darham Jane ..... 121
00 Devil’s Symphony.. 121
Trimbrook ....... 121
3002 Aim Low ........ 130
40 Dim View ........ 121
200 Magic Gaye ...... 121
003 Cantaquisine ..... 130
0. BAO hese cases 133
Street Arab . oo
1.55—Planters Stakes
54% Furlongs
Class F & F2 3 Year Olds
And Over
000 May Day ......... 112
2013; Betaam = .44....-, 128
223 Carding! ...,..... 112
2222 First Admiral .... 124
Miracle ........+. 125
April Flowers .... 125
Soprano. .....%... 118
VIQGROY | vein id'ao's os 121
20 March Winds ..... 112
00 Caprice ....5.... 109
Will O’ The Wisp.. 125
002 Rambler Rose ..... 109
2.35 Stewards Stakes
7% Furlongs
Class A& B Only |
ODD. IBIBO ioc ois 9s lll
3420 Pepper Wine ..... 108
132 -Notonite ........ 121
30 Flying Dragon .... 106
400 Belle Surprise .... 98
WOT Mente wi. iic....
230 Harroween
2323 Landmark
2 224 Firelady
443 Lunways ...

100 Redcheeks é
3.15—B’dos Derby Stakes
And Cup
9 Furlongs
441 Seedling ........ 120
298 Cardinal ........ 120
131 Dunquerque ..... 117
002 Rambler Rose .... 117
2222 First Admiral .... 120
110 Bright Light ..... 117
3.55—North Gate Stakes

7% Furlongs
Class “C” and “C2”
(Winners) Only

By BEN BATTLE
Saturday’s Selections

The inevitable string of last
minute casualties have once again
occurred bringing with them a
feeling of real regret, but never-
theless not rendering the tipster’s
task much easier, The news that
Watercress and Twinkle are on the
doubtful list, for example, only
serves to simplify what were
already reasonably strain
races. The problems of the C
Class Maidens and the B’s remain
as baffling as before.

Summer Stakes

No matter how ruthlessly we
eliminate in this race we are
in my opinion with at least five
horses whose chances cannot be
neglected, These are, Aim tame
Darham Jane, Cantaquisine, The
Thing and Trimbrook, and at that
we are leaving out the useful out-
siders Abu Ali and Devil’s Sym-
phony. Of the five we have men-
tioned, Aim Low has the best of
the draw and the most impressive
form. I shall take her to win and
in making Darham Jane my second
choice, hope that she will repro-
duce her exercise form.

“ Planter’s Stakes

The situation here seems less
confused. I imagine that both
Rambler Rose and First Admiral
will be kept for the Derby which
leaves us with March Winds,
Cardinal and Miracle to consider.
The last name would win it if she
were anywhere near her best, but
I am doubtful of her and Wee
to tip Cardinal and March
in that order,

Steward’s Stakes

Another puzzie with Pepper
Wine, Fiying Dragon, Belle Sur-
prise, Rebate, Harroween, Fire
Lady and Red Cheeks all’ with
some sort of a chance. I shall take
Harroween to win and make Red
Cheeks my second choice, but
should Belle Surprise start she
may well be concerned with the

finish,
The Derby

I see no reason to alter my
opinion of last week concerning
this race: Bright Light to win with
Seedling as second choice.

The North Gate Stakes
I fancy Dashing Princess to win

Division of the B.C.L. when Le Roy Hicks dismissed ten Highland ‘men 70 and 69, Mal-
Barrows batsmen for 13-runs. In the first innings Hicks oney taking 6 for 27 in the second
took 6 for 35. His total for the match was therefore 16 —— Al] Saints’ efforts were
for 48. 0 and 41.
Hicks is a left arm bowler who is showing excellent
pronenas ry ome Calis which he has played during i oe Seca
this season, he has taken a total of 32 wick considerable improvemen’
His figures are 12 for 55 against Northern reer’ ‘4 for ie eee or Seeenn

season and they won a well
23 against St. John Baptist and 16 for 55 against Barrows. earned victory atuiaal Drax Hall.
Hicks’ slows aided considerably Club were defeated by Penrode. prax Hall returned the credita-
Welches to score a decisive vice For Penrode Symmonds missed ple first innings score of 159 and
tory against Barrows. Barrows his century by two runs, Greens went down for 96, Drax
totalled 89 in their first innings Bellefield lost to Tele hone in Hall failed in their second inn-
and Welches replied with 194, a game in which Goddard took ings and were dismissed for 86.
Gibbs 46, Greenidge 42, Hicks 24 9 wickets for 10 runs. Telephone Greens needing 150 for victory
In their second innings Barrows in the closing stages of the game accepted the challenge and hit
were dismissed for 45, all the had the task of seoring 55 for

152 for t l of 7. wickets. J.
wickets going to Hicks. victory which they accomplished Sonie 47 7. 21 paved the

with the loss of one wicket. way for victory.
f Dunnah 24 and Blackman 24 were “4”, first

Against The Intermediates the not out batsmen. Ph Ay gy AB “railed to

The BC.L. team which was In the City Division Colts force a win against Ellerton.
selected to meet the Intermedi- scored an outright victory against Eyerton replied with 118 and
ates invited to take part in the Bordeaux. Bordeaux were asked Union Globe in their second inn-
game by the Secretary of the to make 225 in their second inn- ings declared at 58 for 8. At the
Barbados Cricket Association bat. ings but could only raise 142 drawing of stumps Ellerton were
ted first on Sunday on a wicket Forde 26, Medford 26 and Jordan 26 for the loss of 4 wickets.
which was somewhat affected by 39, were ine prineipal Scorers: Norwick 46 and 83 won from
an early wicket with the score at Sunset 42 and 19.
a but after this T. Hinds and es Invincible won from Upland
ones settled down and it was Leeward Division _ with scores of 109 — 9 and 11 for
not until the score had reached News from the Leeward Divis- 1 nst 52 and 66.
71 that the Intermediates obtain- ion is of a keen tussle between aguine * * *

ed their second wicket, Belleplaine and Northern Progres-

Rawle Blader of 3 sive. Belleplaine were all out in

Gun Hill Division

Second Victory

their first innings for the small i
ted well at number 5 and at the , - even Ramat ms Ph er:
drawing of stumps was 25 not out, “Graham took 7 for It and A i, victory when they defeated

‘ *. Brighton in the Central Division.
she >. Eran The Belmont tou, “ores —
on Sunday and if the weather is “** Springer 58, righton rep)
good it should provide a good the best atamen with L, Ross With 79. Blackman took 5 for 31.
test for the Intermediates against taking 4 for 33 and W. Knight 3 Hamblin 2 for 0 and B. Springer,
the B.C.L, attack, which includes for 38 ; 3 for 30. Belmont added 112 in
Blackman, Green, Gerald Sobers , their second innings and then
and the Skipper’ Kenneth God- Belleplaine showed consider- dismissed Brighton for 52. B.
dard. “able improvement in their second Springer took 6 for 22 and Black-
* Y " innings and ran up the credita- man 2 for 13.
Victories ble score of 180. D. Best 68, In the Windward Division
McD Smith 28 and J, Graham 26 Lords lost first innings lead to
In_ the Carlisle Division, made the runs. Tables were Oriental with scores of Oriental
Liberty Middlesex and St, Matt- then completely turned when 154 and Lords 141. In_ their
hias scored victories which will Northern Progressive failed second innings Oriental scored
keep them at the head of the against the Belleplaine attack and 134 but at the drawing of stumps
table. Liberty defeated P.M,C. time call found the score 90 for Lords were only 47 with three
with scores of 101 and 86 for + 9. W. Knights took 5 for 6. wickets down. :
against 34 and 102. A score of Cyclone took full points from ‘Sussex “A” won major points
129 for six was all that was need= Welbourne. Welbourne 39 and from St. Catherine,
ed for St, Matthias to defeat 53 proved too feeble for Cyclone’s Ce ee
Chamberlain and of these Daniel 158, Lewis 41 Cyrus 23, Russeil
scored 79 not out. 228 by Mid- 25 were among the batsmen
diesex proved too high a hurdle scoring runs for Cyclone. Fashion is a form of ugliness
for Advocate, After 114 in their St, John Baptist lost in the so intolerable that we have to al-
first innings, Advocate replied race against time in the Standard ter it every six months.

and the-score 148 for the loss of Yearwood
4 wickets. The match continues onsich oll 4

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from Careful Annie in a race in with 151 and Middlesex finished match. Standard took first inn- —Oscar Wilde.
which there does not seem to be off the game with 40 for the loss ings lead with 97 against 92. Then
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WHATS ON TODAY *££ -Ti •_.<*-"** %  ,. Far thcaua OHM ta* wrong* u 1 I UM MBM h| th. | A.-.d IK* (,** that I i navd IMUIMW Itoto ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY AUGUST 2 I62 PRICE FIVE CENTS WEAIHtR KCfOtl laubU from CMrll^tM: ll :tt>^ T-**n*u~ eft • *r Lowest Tl irmn l ii Tl f W4 Yatatitr I mius **r aaur r-ronvt-r • am .1 %  1 P m i m m TOOAT %  > p m i. hUfi i • a m. I uh TVJf II W 'midriKhf 1 * P • Ten Charged With Plot To Overthrow Cu ban President ARGENTINA'S PRESIDENT PRAYS AT WIFE'S BIER Five May Face Firing Squad (By FRANCIS MAC AKTHY) HAVANA, August I. THE GOVERNMENT charged ten men with plotting to overthrow President Fulgencio Batista on Friday, and said that the five Police officials among them may face a tiring squad. The five officers were charged with high treason. Five civilians were turned to civil courts on a charge of conspiracy. National Police Chief Brigadier Genual Rafael Sains Caruzares announced the arrests. He indicated that the Government believed it might be the biggest plot so far against Batista, Cuba's strong man, who seized power on the coup of March 10. U.S. Will Spend Nearly $53m For British Tin Salas Canlzares said two of the civilian* arrested planned to bias; their way with dynamite Into the big arm* depot neat tb police station. The arrests followed the seuur: on Thursday night at Rancnc Boyeros International Airpoi M former President Jose Figinr U Ol Costa Rica and O. Bosch, aide oi former Cuban Pre*ident Cartel Prio Socaras, whom Batista misted. Bosch had gone i„ tin ,;port to meet Figueras, who ar* m'od here after visiting San Juan Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida. Figueras and Boson were charged in court with ploliuiu U '"VorUirow the Governmenl Hm the court released them on groun that the prosecution did not offer proper documents ui evidence. Nc high military officers are "as yet known to be involved." he said. —t\P. Explosion KillsllMen BOLOUQNE, France, Aug 1 Port author, tie* listed 11 men trussing or killed when %  World the conduct of the Warn naval explosive ripped a -" %  dredging vessel apart in the harbour here. The dredge went to the bottom after the blest sent two bodies flying into the air and tore a gaping hole in the vessel's forward sect! on. Of eeven survivors sull alive 325" ^EJm,£? Kttr SS others are listed in serious condition. Two bodies were recovered. Others are missing and presumed dead.—-C.P. LONDON. Aug. I. The United Stales will have p nearly 53,B0U,l>uu w heu Uks MI.of British tin, agreed upon b. Prime Minuter Wuiaton Church i his January visit to Washington, have been completed, it WM disclosed today. Secretary for Overseas Trade, Brigadiei 1! n Mackeson, told the Commons othe "satisfactory outcome of ar VangemcnU which were mad %  about the supply of tin to the United Slate* under the AngloAmerican agreement of Januarv last. When Churchill visited President Truman, America agreed th.it Britain should have an allocation >f 1.000,000 tons of Arnericvi ,teel this year, and Britain promtied that the U.S. would ge' quantities of tin and aluminium The Secretary BBf Overseas Trade said today that as a part of the agreement the iwo governments expressed a desu* thai morenormal nrrangemenls r^i should be established as soon aa pos'ible. The government of the United Slates Informed the finish government that it proposed t remove the ban on the pi nortntion of tin Into the United States which has existed since M;irch 1951. —C.P. Carrots .Hade Her Yellow LoNypNi Aug. 1. ish wile went to lier uoclor %  naOB she noticed she was turn. gfei jraiUnr, Site suggested mildly and i Uon 'hut pere.iUng too She was sent to hospital for observation carroea at allaer normal IOUMII. Reporting tin.,uc the Medical Journal Kit Krui id eaten ,< pound of rasTBtl daily for a year. The Journal said it recallni .lu lasiel ;L man baffled all doctors unit it I tight.—UJ. B.N.A. Holds 13th Tag Day Yesterday was the Barbados Nun.. Association Tag DayNear^ evenrooa who strolled up and down the streets of Bridgetown could be seen wearing un>0l the IVN.A. tags. It waa the nth Tag Day. The Tag was white and carried .i ption of the Barbadm Nurse* Association with h Doited In Service". The .'lie. ted will go to the Nurses Fund. lJist year the aN-A. Tag Day realised $499.01. Of this amount $60.28 was deducted for expenses Miss E. Gibson. Secretary of the Hegi .ienxi Nurse* Asso latlon, told the Advocate ywrterdas u reaponaa of the people been very good. Not a single rough word was used to any of ii collectors". Most of the collector* were in ic City and Hastings district* bill the IVN.A. tuul collection Una HI St Philip, St. John and St. J •aph. That tins from the country i will be sent into tfea V. %  .'. ..:li. ..' Trafalgai Stn.-t to-day. Up lo yesterday evening Miss Gibson was not able to comment on the takings but she la hoping that the amount will be wijl above but year's. Lack Of Driers Labour Split Also Causal Rive Growg y^ Shortage in /Mr. Iki July 11th. He said he would start an intensive campaign tour around September 1st that would lake him into the nation's "nooks and nannies." Eisenhower's reference to being his own campaign boss came when a reporter asked him about .. large staff working for him in Washington and here. The shortage of rice In BrltUn Guiana was not only due to tho abundant rainfall which tho colony wa* having from midJune' until lust week when i-bo left for Barbados, but also to he lack of driers at the mills on tho east and wefit coasts of the colony. Mrs. B. Kwok told the Advocu" yesterday. Mrs Kwok, a rice miller from Triumph Village, East Const. Demerara. Is now In the Island for two months' holiday. She said that the Government Mill at Burma In the East Coast had a drier and it was through and in good humour as he met {Jj J^ that lhe p^uuon of British Guiana was obtaining rue. Although this abundant rainfall has greatly handicapped rnliltra in putting out this crop, yet. on the other hand it will be very beneficial to growers who are now in process of planting tho new crop, because the rain would loosen up the earth and assist the crop considerably. August In British Guiana Is usually a dry month Mrs. Kwok said and if the weather holds fair, British Guiana would not only be able to supply her population with rice, but the other colonies LONDON, Aug. 1. Left wing leader Bevan vigorously denied charges by the i Party Leader Clement AUlee that he broke the rules of the unwritten British Constitution by reveal nig purported secret >ll%  %  %  i %  %  >l 'informer Lul> iur Government. By implication. AtUee with discourtesy for not having informed him the charles earlier. Be van's statement before the hushed House of Common* widhreaeh still further between the two rivals for the Labour Party leadership and made it almost certain that they would never be ablo to serve again In the Mine fi.-.-.-i nrnent Attlee yesterday in a "personal explanation" to the House, rebuked Bevan for making statements In his speech of the day before, purporting to describe policy discussions within the previous Labour Government of which Attlee was Prime Minister and Bevan a member.—U.P. t'r,mi Ail Ouartrr* New Zealand Wives Want Drug T*ix WELUNGTON. Farowca' IVaj meeting in annual confers MM .xm.inded that the govern nan! mipoe a levy of Is. ou sjfti) pimciipuou given by a doct"i Their reason; New Zealand 1* " danger of becooung a nation v orug addicu because medicu" are loo easily obtained UJ>< % %  >cial security. NEW YOHk. From Jsalem, MHl Hampshire, that devout pan oi New England, comae Bf .< : ls beat the heatwave by omitting IM .%erraon. InsUod, he asked hE flo k to inedilale on the thought, fi you think thai it is hot, just Ihi.ik where you wlli go if you de %  i behave youxelves." NFW DE1.HI Jubbulpores tax Ail) gg unshaved until they gel extra pay they claimed for helping u> prepare the cityV electoral rolls for thu Indian gei.election. The municipa-ity h..s referred the matter 10 thi StaM Government. BERLIN; On a dismantled memorial to Blsmark—who.nd Iron" policy brought Oermai inity in 1871 —Schwerin fSevie 1 -. ZOM) police found this notice h.ingtng: "Back In ten mioutiGone to see about a )ob In n new •"'"eman Armt." MKLlicilMtM. Miss Gwen Hi> unpacked a new pair of apecules from a jewellery linn and 0 ed tha wrapping*. mm the fli.'She noticed something glitterimi among them anii pulled then back. Inside were seven diamoi i rings worth more than £500. The wellers arc still trying to tin i ii how they got there. NEW DBLHI A M-year-oM retired Indore posunastar has ed Ins 17 year-okadaughter jollege. He is in th. • %  arts, sha Is In flret year arts. NEW YORK: When Brookly i police arreiled a eat burglar tin nd that he carried a eompSs > > steer back to his escape lsddtr darkened buildings. ftMiOINl JUAN D PltON of Argentina stands oefore the bier of his wile. Bra. 33, as her body lies instatla Iht Mlnlslvv of Labor and Welfare Fuil'llnR in Buenos Aires All AiRentinn was reported in mournim: for the aation's First Lady, who died of cancer after months of suffering. olty dettlll before high level trues rusgottaraau m ad on %  undayChief Ailed and Red negotlatoi Major General William K. Harrison and North NBm IL jeill take up ..win their infi deoate on axehanglnf war prisoners after a seven-day recva* called by the United Nations in .. protest against Communist stalling. Staff OAean of the No. 2 trnee team made "some progress" In settling minor detail* of wording n a dB-mlnuU? meeting, but only because jhc United Nation* agreed to unimportant changes In five Kiragrapns The rnajoc chai v a* in paragraph 52 which c<..%  IN the parole feature of the .inreement. This provide* tliat prisoners will not fight uajn ii k .rea —U.P. U.S. Plan To Build Atom Engines For Warships WASHINGTON. DC. AugUH 1 THK UNITED STATES, rapozt&Dd "s^ogrtflsj on Btorou powtltd submarines and :nrcr;ift ti-il.iy. I.nnu-h.-d u in ^ projetl for the development of Riant atomu -i>..wered waiihipa. Tho Atomic Kiu'ii.x CVmmiaaion announced that it had askid WeallllgllfWHf 1 I 00110 t'winpanv ID daW atomic engine capable of | %  This Hvived thuUon thai >tom-po* %  baltle wagons ami Kiant coornei elal liners such as the Queen Mo %  nd On[fasted States %  i make 100.000 mile cruises at ton peed and without refui'lliiig Hauteclocque Asks For Timr 3 Corner Whral lixchangt* Begins NfcW YOBK, Aug A pukesman for Cong Al G .I. 'i i innate |M bfjgag| QB] lb fad that I pound of flaslonabl. uranium or plutoniuin could Mi erale as much power as 1,500 ton of coal or 100,000 gallons of fuel Ofl. ThO A.E.C'a announc*mrn: me) OAt) .. lOW hours after the release if Its 12th 101111 animal report telling the progress In development of nuclear pnwere.1 %  raft and two different typ.--. o itOMM nigines for submarines The faei that the A.E C. nwardtM .. unit-act for the large vesm-l pro|ert to Westinghouse indicates that It iM-Uvve* that at least one submarine engine project Is deflnltels assured of success.—tp> Mossadegh To ; Seek Aid In US ~d : % %  I lament wheat for Argentina wss being Raaded In New Orleans under ihi thrcc-c.irnered arrangement witr, France Th.-..is arrived at between six large international, main luinpanles. French Interests, 1.E IIAVKK. Aug. 1. and Argentina's lAPt. Il provided' U.S. Lines official* *ald that the that Argentina ship to France 1 Iranian Premier Mohammed Hoi 200.0*10 Ions of maize and receive sadegh. will Ml] fur the United xchange 200.000 Ions of United st..t. DO September sod presumS*..ii. s wheat. ; ably to seek more American The first shipment, which Is for his twnkrupt nation. Thev ilng loaded on an Argentine sal.l six cal>lo. aluhtrd ship, Is between 8.000 and 9.000 super liner "United States" have Ions It was learned that the grain Iteen bookwl for Mossiel< panics cxpeci to complete the live members of in* Btuff. slilpnient of 200,000 tons before I the end of September.—C.P. B.WJLADakotas Go Into Operation THE newly acquired Douglat ixa* (Dakotas) by British West Indian Airways will be put into service from this morning. The Dakota seats 42 passenger* and Is intended to improve services and communications to the smaller Islands. It compare* favourably with the Viking, which .seats between 24 and 28 pas-senger^ and the Lodestar which carrii EICHELBERGER TO VISIT KOREA WASHINGTON, Aug 1 Lieutenant General BehelberKer. fonner commander of the United Slates Eighth Army during the occupation, was en route 'o Korea Friday *^ guest of the Koi can Government. Eichelberger v. due to arrive in Tokyo on Tuesday, rrom there he will go 10 K; "" -U.P. Lightning Striked Two In Trinidad l'OKT-OF-Sl'AlN. July 31. A most damaging and unusual accident occurred bore to-di>> when a flash of lightning smauV-d a hired motorcar travelling i I'Ti'-i.f-Sp.un and injured a pa* scnger ..nd the driver. The passenger was Mr. S. H. Bannin, Director of a llrm here and th I driver wss Claude Sealy. Ban • jnlng was detained at hospital, ibuffcruig from shock and a ge*I IMI the forehead, while Sealy ax ent—C.P. TODAY'S WINNERS Statistician Sunta Claihs FlggT RACE AlBt Low AIM LOW DSTU'S Oyssphoay TRIMBBOOK %  aOOsTD RACE 1 56 p.m. Cardinal MIRACLE Miracle CARDINAL THUD RACE 2 SO pjD. BoaoM riRELADT BUe %  urpriM HARROWEEN rOUaXTH RACE 3 16 II rr Bright Light BRIOHT LIGHT 0 seating SEEDLINO FIFTH RACE 3 66 p m DASinNO PHINCE8B DOLDRDM SIXTH BAOE 4 36 pm. Q.Totta OAVOTTB Twinkle BLUE DIAMOND SEVENTH RAGE 6 16 p m Msry ABB MARY ANN Cress Bow TOP FLIGHT BTOHTH BAOE 6 66 pm Sweet Rocket SWEET ROCKET Mrs Bear HIGH AND LOW U.S. Dollar Down MONTBXAL, Aug. 1. The United States dollar Thursday closed St s discount of 3 13/18 per cent In terms of Canadian funds down 16/32 from Wednesday's close, that La It took 96 3/16 cente (Canadian) to buy |1 (American). The pound sterling was S2.6S4 down 3/1* from Wednesday. In New York the Canadls dollar was unchanged at a premium H j*-r rent in terms of United States funds In closing Foreign Exchange dealings. The pound sterling wi $2.701.—7) Faroiik's Buggag^ Ordered Searched CAIRO, Aug. 1. Tile usually well informed Ai. % %  Daily. Al Akraos, said today tl.' moral N.iguib's Headquait' • %  re gave radio orders to CODtoui of the yacht Mahrouasa ukuig exKing Faruuk into exile to w*t< his baggage, and not to allow hi u> take off his jewellery and go). ingots and Egyptian antiquiln When the captain sent %  wnlreply that the cx-Klng object'" to the search of his family's i* "nglngs of over 200 pieces of POD gage, headquarters instructed hm not to allow Farouk to lanu captain gont a ines^b saying that the yacht had alii -. approached Naples, and that lai I crowds had gathered on the *h<>General Nagulb'-. headquait. i than bald the captain to all" Fsrouk and his party to un thout their baggage, and add that the Egyptian Minuter Rome would attend U> Royal b< longingsReport* from Naples and Capi Indicated that the ex-King's baggsge bad been landed —DT. Fremeh Appeal To NAT4JforUSAriUH PARIS, Aug. I France decided 'Mi Friday to appeal to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation against the United States' decision not b. plwlge some ttSS.OuQ^OU worth <-( aduuional M Ion f"r French annaments in tho "exi Uu.v >< .H The Government, It wa* announced by Defence Minister Pleven's office, will send a memorandum soon to British Lord Hmay, NATO Secretary General reviewing the background of Iht dispute with the United State* It will be the ftrst major wrangh among western pact meml-r be placed before lamay since h] • K pointnient last March Tin 1 ench feel that id.US ha. hack on agreements made In I... i bon s| tho last meeting of Mi | NATO Council They tI the United Stales diplomats g.>V' I France to understand that a 1>>U1 ..f $623 000,000 in offshore on for arms would be msde av able in the three American n veer* beginning July 1st, 195? The United States, re. thr oitu band, maintain* that onlj ' %  STOM can datarsnine the amoun available each year for total offshore orders and that no Amcrcsii official could or can promlM 1 anything more than 01 • advance.—II .P. It was the first indication Ibi Mossadegh |g • • l BM S n %  whom Mtnsodegh can turn (of funds to offset the loss of all BMIM rosajnlnt from the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company dispute Ulit Ii in an-UnltOd S'ntiMI (ions at present are eompllcaletl I. th sudden wavi> of antl-Amei canlam which has swept Iran the Inke < %  M>, ,,. last month and his Kutme^uent n linn (II |-iwc nn .. w.ivi' nf i> Ism—I'.P. TUNIS. Aug i i 0B| Q*sssral Je. Da. ii luteclncque asked U rreoeb INsroisn Ministry to gi' lha ruiiiM.a. Be] impsi Bme IUIIN UM K.ei.h H.-form I I %  .M.,linnatcoiiiing I %  .. Ii II i|M .ii F<*eign Mini^ui Robert s< i ii ..II to adopt •• !•'•* %  liiindling Uie Tuni-sinn stalem-it" %  i IhO lorner stone Of De ( ruuUjlocque'l plan is a proposal Co submit the Hefi.iiii Pro IO the Uey's exaiiunatlon and '"i drop the re-i'iest that he affix bill Miaf to tes> decree* 'n,.. DusUig .. fWrThy IntervifAV lani Monday DO Hauteclocque pro-, posed he and the Bey should review the reform pro)et I bU| Sidl Mohammed Al Aniln Pasha rejected the .suggestion Ii formed xourccs Mid Dc Haute* locquo now has proposed Ihnt tho Bey study the programme 1-remier Salah Edditi Bacoougba without any lntert<-i'llc l|i|l'll.\ i. .. d Ba> "i.;;he might iilnnit De Hautcclocque*s plan to .1 ruler Of the Proteel or ate a* early as to-morrow during a visit t (1 tl,.Il.'v's summr : .l.init, in.iili. [Miarthage I'.F V TYPIST THB1 TAXrGBX TO lOiaL HUME in l^ondon for the IBM BBaM ikree years ago she want as a newly married wife to a lea s h* unite-wassMd outpost in Northern Rbode>is was astracUve. brown-haired Bt> ear-old Mrs. Yvonne Bailey, one of the most colourful "unknoui. heroine* of the war. She brought her redbeaded baby son Simon, aged one, on his first visa to lhe England nhe served so well. At the home ol her parents-m-law IQ Balham. S W they ate >vaiUng foi h--r ill ict officer in ihc Colon,,.i Service, 'o Join them on leave. StXBET AGENT Mi llailey. who went to school in Stamford Hill and wa* a seeretai> in Southieat day* of the WBf tMfcame %  British secret agent She was parachute'! into .ii teatO. BKl magnillcent service, and was captured and tuitutiM Hci name ihen waa Yvounv Baaaden. AJlii n 1IIK A) i ..hool foi igot %  in $ootiana, when' she WON laugQt tu "*ub uj kill tire every kiuii Of Bun -^.a pistol, thm KrtnadaM i"i.l trana.t Oatat radio messages, she round herseU iae day scrambling oot of |0B In Prance. She spent months m the >-\ii Ravi -. ruck trailon camu n whi fartuHi* Odelli ( '. wa* also a pi i BOMANCF She came home to weary month m luiNpital and •> lung oporataon urni. r ai that undergone by King George and performed by pno surgeon After her recovery and ..fin the \l B.I cr.iix de %  .md Palm had been bestowed upon her she went hack to being a Lonry. Then she met Major Ot-jnond Bidley. a Dunn.. M.C. and mauled linn For the Sunday Advk.iir -lie has written for the HIM tine the story of bar Ddous experiences. The lirM uistalnninorrow Donnelly High Commissioner BONN, Aug. i Wslter J Donnelly, former imllcd State. Ambassador to Austria, arrived here axlay by special 'raUi with bJj wife and family to assume the post of High Commissioner for Oor many He *ald on .trrlval 'I expect to establish normal diplomatic relations ar. n Bids) u possible. %  •This achievement deperuls of course on the IpOOd with which the Bonn Convention is applied. Donnelly, who succeeds John J. MrCloy, will become United States Ambassador wheu the treaty enters Into force. -C.P. Neiini Left Moscow LONDON. Aug. 1 Pietro Nemu, leader of the 1< ft wing Italian SocisJtaU, left Mo cow by air today to return I Italy after having spent a mont at In the Soviet Union, according i Moscow radao.—DaT. ClUv rn* **&&** Vcli.-sou Takes On First Pacific Trip WASHINGTON. Aug. '. S-crctary Dean Acheson left f'-r Honolulu to help set up the Pacific Defence Council, the possible forerunner of a Pacific-widi glllance .igaii.-.t aggression In the Par Bast. This marked the first time m history that an AmeriC Secretary of Slate has taker, trip into the Pacific—U.P. Eva'sBodyTo Lie In StallTill August 9 BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 1. President Juan Peron baa derreed that the remain* of his wi( %  Eva Peron shall lie In state at tin <>f Labour until Aug. '. it was announced today. ToOS will then be moved to Congress ' lie In state for 24 hours befoi' being placed in the headqusrtei 'jf UKGeneral Confederation ol laibour, where they will reman. mill .1 tnausoleum Is built. The country u gradually boginninK to leturn to normal ..r. itreot ili.-play of grief folio-1 Eva'* death on Saturday, aged 3.. from an undisclosed disease.—aI lawestsgaUr and the Tug Lord Wttleu>hb> were being tried out yesterday Mr. E. R. Goddurd, Mr V? Cooper and Mr. S Williams o' aOveVBsnont Electrics! In•peclor's Office, are putting In lhe set*. Mr Williams, who WSI ii lhe Harbour Master'-. Office, was constantly In contact { with Mr C. board the Lerd WllUushht One set will be used for the Lord WUhmghby and the Lord




















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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts: 10.00 a.m

B.T.C. Races, Garrison Savannah
1.15 pem

Police Band at Cha :
Dance: 9.00 p.m. ee





r th MOTTO :
‘or the cause that lacks assistanc
: et ti = ince

For the future in the distance,
And the goéd that I can do

Firing

(By FRANCIS

Club



that need resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

_ Ten Charged Wit
Overthrow Cuban
Five May

Face

Squad

MACARTHY)
HAVANA, August 1.

THE GOVERNMENT charged ten men with plotting
to overthrow President Fulgencio Batista on Friday, and
said that the five Police officials among them may face a
firing squad. The five officers were charged with high

treason.
charge of conspiracy.

Five civilians were turned to civil courts on a

National Police Chief Brigadier General Rafael Salas

Canizares announced the a

rrests. He indicated that the

Governiment believed it might be the biggest plot so far
against Batista, Cuba’s strong man, who seized power on

the coup of March 10.

Salas Canizares said two of the
civilians arrested planned to blasi
their way with dynamite into the
big arms depot near the central
police station.

The arrests followed the seizure
on Thursday night at Rancho
Boyeros International Airport ot
former President Jose Figueras ot
Costa Rica and O. Bosch, aide of
former Cuban President Carjos
Prio Socaras, whom Batista oust-
ed. Bosch had gone to the e2jr-
port to meet Figueras, who «r-
rived here after visiting San Juan,
Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida.

Figueras and Bosah_ were
¢ in court with plotting to
° the Government- But

the court released them on grounc
that the prosecution did not offer
proper documents in evidence. No
high military officers are “as yet
known to be involved,” he said.



Explosion

Kills] 1Men

BOLOUGNE, France, Aug 1

Port authorities listed 11 men
uieaing or killed when a World
War naval explosive ripped a
dredging vessel apart in the har-
bour here.

The dredge went to the bottom
after the blast sent two bodies
flying into the air and tore a gap-
ing hole in the vessel’s forward

section.

Of seven survivors still alive
ers are lis’

ti

ste in serious con-

dition. Two bodies were recov-
ered. Others are missing and pre-
sumed dead.—U.P.

Ike Will Be Own
Boss In Campaign
For Presidency



; DENVER, August 1.

Dwight Eisenhower said on Fri-
day that he will be his own boss
in the forthcoming presidential
campaign in which he expects a
“great issue” to be the initiation
of a sound programme for world
peace.

The former/General was relaxed
and in good humour as he met
with reporters for the first news
conference since he won republi-
can presidential nomination on
July 11th.

He said he would start an ir.-
tensive campaign tour around
September 1st that would take him
into the nation’s “nooks and
crannies,”

_Eisenhower’s reference to being
his own campaign boss came when
a reporter asked him about a
large staff working for him in
Washington and here.



B.W.LA. Dakotas
Go Into Operation





lU.S.W illSpend
Nearly $53m
For British Tin

LONDON, Aug. 1.

The United States will have paid
nearly $53,000,000 when the sales
of British tin, agreed upon by
Prime Minister Winston Churchill
on his January visit to Washing-
ton, have been completed, it wos
disclosed today. Secretary for
Overseas Trade, Brigadier Harry
Mackeson, told the Commons of
the “satisfactory outcome of ar-
rangements which were mad®
about the supply of tin to the
United States under the Anglo-
American agreement of January
last.

When Churchill visited Presi-
dent Truman, America agreed that
Britain should have an allocation
of 1,000,000 tons of American
steel this year, and Britain prom-
ised that the U.S, would get
quantities of tin and aluminium.

The Secretary for Overseas
Trade said today that as a part of
the agreement the two govern-
ments expressed a desire that)
more normal arrangements
he conduct of the tin trade
should be established as soon a
possible. The government of the
United States informed the Brit-
ish government that it proposed to|
remove the ban on the private im - |
portation of tin into the United
States which has‘existed since
March 1951, —U.P. |



Also Caused Rice
Shortage In B.G.

The shortage of rice in Britisn
Guiana was not only due to the
abundant rainfall which the
colony was having from mid-
June until last week when she
left for Barbados, but also to he



\the

Latk OF Driers |

Harbados

h Plot To .

President





Carrots Made
Her Yellow

LONDON, Aug. 1.

A 28-year-old English wife
went to her doctor when
she noticed she was turn-
ing bright yellow,

She suggested mildly and
with no conviction that per-
haps she was eating too
many carrets. She was sent
to hospital for observation
and given no carrots at all.
She regained her normal
colour.

Reporting the case, the
British Medical Journal
on Friday said she had eaten
a pound of carrots daily for
a year. The :Journal said
it recalled the case of a man
whose permanent headache
baffied all doctors until it
was realized he wore his
collars too tight.—U.P.

B.N.A. Holds
13th Tag Day

Yesterday was the Barbados
Nurses Association Tag Day.
Nearly everyone who strolled up
and down the streets of Bridge-
town could be seen wearing one
of the B.N.A, tags. It was the
Thirteenth Tag Day.

The Tag was white and carried
the inscription of the Barbados
Nurses Association with the
words; “United In Service”. The
money collected will go to the
voluntary Nurses

Last year the B.N.A. Tag Day
realised $499.61.
$60.28 was deducted for expenses

Miss E. Gibson, Secretary of the
Parbados Registered Nurses Asso-
ciation, told the Advocate yester-
day “the response of the peopie
has been very good, Not a single
rough word was used to any of
our collectors”,

Most of the collectors were in
City and Hastings districts
but the B.N.A. had collection tins
in St. Philip, St. John and St.
Joseph. The tins from the country
districts will be sent into the
B.N.A.’s office at Trafalgar Street
to-day.

Up to yesterday evening Miss
Gibson was not able to comment
on the takings but she is hoping
that the amount will be well
above last year’s,

Labour Split
Grows Wider

_ LONDON, Aug. 1.
Left wing leader Bevan vigor-
ously denied charges by the La-
bow. Party Leader Clement Att-
lee that he broke the rules of the
unwritten British Constitution by
revealing purported secret clis~





\aack of driers at the mills on the} cussions of the former Labour

east and west coasts of the colony, Government,

By implication, he

Mrs. B, Kwok told the Advocate charged Attlee with discourtesy

yesterday.

Mrs. rs a
Triumph illage,
Demerara, is now in the
for two months’ holiday.

She said that the Government
Mill at Burma in the East Coast
had a drier and it was through
jthat source that the population of
British Guiana was obtaining rice.

Although this ab rainfa!
has greatly handicapped millers
in putting out crop, yet, on

e other hand it will be very
beneficial to growers who are now
in process of planting the new
crop, because the rain would
loosen up the earth and assi
the crop considerably. ‘

August in British Guiana is
usually a dry month Mrs, Kwok
said and if the weather holds fair,
British Guiana would not only be
able to supply her population with
a but the other colonies as
well,

EICHELBERGER 10
VISIT KOREA



THE newly acquired Douglas |

DC3’s (Dakotas) by British West
Indian Airways will be put into

service from this morning.

and

The Dakota seats 42 passengers | the occu
is intended to improve| Korea F

WASHINGTON, Aug. 1.
Lieutenant General Eichelber-
ger, former commander of the
United States Eighth Army during
tion, was en route to
ay as guest of the Kor-

miller from|the cha
a Coast, Bevan’s statement before the
island| hushed House of Commons wid-

|

for not having informed him of

es earlier,

ened the breach still further be-
tween the two rivals for the La-
bour Party leadership and made}
it almost certain that they would
never be able to serve again
in the same government,

Attlee yesterday in a “personal
explanation” to the House, re-
buked Bevan for making state-
ments in his speech of the day
before, purporting to describe
policy discussions within the
previous Labour Government of
which Attlee was Prime Minister
and Bevan a member.—U.P.



. * e
Lightning Strikes
ry. . .

Cwo In Trinidad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 31.
A most damaging and unusual
jaccident occurred here to-day
|when a flash of lightning smashed
a hired motorcar travelling i
Port-of-Spain and injured a pas-
senger and the driver. The pas-
jsenger was Mr. S, H. Banning
| Director of a firm here and the
| driver was Claude Sealy. Ban-
‘ning was detained at hospital,

!
| WELLINGTON: Fariners’ wives:4
e, i

“t
|
;










Iberger is|suffering from shock and a gash
on oe {su the forehead, while Sealy got
his ear cut —C.P.

services and communications to |ean Government.
the smaller islands. It compares qe to arrive in Tokyo on Tues-
favourably with the Viking, which y. From there he will go to
seats between 24 and 28 passengers Korea.
















‘

From All Quarters f

| New Zealand



Wives Want
Drug Tax

meeting in annual conferenc
have demanded that the gover!
ment impose a levy of 1s, on every
prescription given by a doctor.
Their reason; New Zealand is in

danger of becoming a nation of
drug i i

social security.

NEW Y
Hampshire, that devout part o/
New England, comes news that
Faiacy Wilfred do Marais beat
the heatwave by omitting the
sermon. Instead, he asked his flock
to meditate on the thought, If
you think that it is hot, just think
where you will go if you do.'t
behave yourselves,”

NEW DELHI: Jubbulpore’s tax
collectors will go unshaved until
they get extra pay they claimed
for helping to prepare the city’s
electoral rofls for the Indian gen-
eral election. The municipality
has referred the matter to the
State Government.

BERLIN: On a dismantled mem-
orial to Bismark—whose “Blood
and Tron” policy brought German
unity in 1871—Schwerin (Soviet
Zone) police found this notice
hanging: “Back in ten minute*.
Gone to see about a job in the
new @erman Army.”

MELBOURNE: Miss Gwen Hury
unpacked a new pair of specta=
cles from a jewellery firm and
tossed the wrappings,into the fire.
She noticed something glittering
among them and pulled them
back. Inside were seven diamond
rings worth more than £500, The
jewellers are still trying to find
out how they got there.

NEW DELHI; A_ 55-year-old|Was in paragraph 52, which cov-
retired Indore postmaster, has|¢rs the parole feature the
joined his 17 year-old- daughter |®sreement. This provides that

at college. He is in the third year
arts, she is in first arts.

NEW YORK: en Brookly.
police arrested a cat burglar they
found that he carried a compass {>
steer back to his escape ladder
in darkened buildings.

$1m, Storm
Ends Drought

BOSTON, Aug. |

The month-long drought in New
England snapped with a violent
thunderstorm that caused damage
that may reach $1,000,000.

The areas swept by electrical
storms received up to a half inch
of rain last night, while other sec-
tions received only a_ spattering
or less of rain that did nothing
to ease the forest fire hazard or
help wilting crops. Both Massa-
chusetts and Connecticut appealed
to Washington for help, and in
both States moves are underway
to have “rain makers” produce a
shower or two.

But farmers, whose crops de-
pend on a lot of rain quickly ex-
pected possible opposition from
vacation resort owners, whose
multi-million dollar _ business
needs sunny weather.—U.P.
















Farouk’s Baggage
Ordered Searched

CAIRO, Aug. 1.
The usually well informed Arab
Daily, Al Ahram, said today that
General Naguib’s Headquarters
here gave radio orders to Captain
of the yacht ussa taking ex-
King Farouk into exile to search
his baggage, and not to allow him
to take off his jewellery and gold
ingots and Egyptian antiquities.
When the captain sent a wireless
reply that the ex-King objecte’
to the search of his family’s be-
longings of over 200 pieces of bay-
gage, headquarters instructed him

not to allow Farouk to land.

The captain sent a message
saying that the yacht had already
approached Naples, and that large
crowds had gathered on the shore.
General Naguib’s headquarters
then told the captain to allow









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and the Lodestar which carries 14. —UP. | arg Farouk and his party to land) shore orders and that no Ameri-| The country is gradually begin-
| ee er ae | U.S. Dollar Down aes ~~ beam, sod _ ean Official could or can promise}®ing to return to normal afte:
‘ | that the Egyptian Minister in) anything more than one year in|great display of grief following
| TODAY’S WINNERS MONTREAL, Aug. 1. |Rome would attend to Royal be-} sqvance—U.P. Eva’s death on Saturday, aged 33,
( b : | The United States ae nee is sea il Glo from an undisclosed disease.—(CP) |
Thursday closed at a discount po ‘om Naples a :
——_—. - i eto F 15/16 per cent in terms of Cans-|indicated that the ex-King's bas- Achesou Takes On
e@ ge 6 ~ y idian funds down from gage n 1a oe .
Statistician Santa Claus | Wednesday’s close, that is it took First Pacific Tri RADIO- TELEPHONE
FIRST RACE 1.15 It Cuca tae Ream P|. SETS INSTALLED IN |
| 15 p.m. * 1\$1 (American). s INGTON, Aug. |. :
pan ae AIM eet sterling wad $8.,00% down 3/16 Nenni Left Moscow sapetne Tete ethan et foi ‘ecivinnne N
} TRIMB. jfrom We ay. Honolulu to help set up the Paci- |
suoouD RACE 1.65 pan. "Sn New York the Canadian] _ LONDON, Aug. 1. | Honclulu to help set up the Pave MENT BOATS
Cardinal MIRACLE \dollar was unchanged ata premium} Pietro Nenni, leader of the left) torerunner of a Pacific-wide al-| THE Radio ‘Telephone sets|
Miracle | CARDINAL jot 3 17/32 per cent in terms of|wing Italian Socialists, left Mos-| lance against jon in the] which are in the office of the!
THIRD RACE | 2.35 p.m. |United States funds in closing}cow by air today to return 10) Par East. This marked the first|Harbour and Shipping Master and|
Rebate | FIRELADY |Foreign Exchange dealings, The'Italy after having spent a mont) time jin history that an Americanjon board Government Experi-
Belle St HARROWEEN pound sterling was unchanged at in the Soviet Union, according 10} Sec of State has taken o|mental Fishing Boat Investigator |
CE | a p.m. |$2.794.—ACP) Moscow radio.—wU.P. , trip into the Pacific—U.P. and the Tug Lord Willoughby,:
Bright Light pean a |——_—________ ~~ Sarena Sea ee - ————————- |were being tried out yesterday. |
ee, RACE | on = oun | o 9 i ® = Mr. E. R. Goddard, Mr. W.|
Dashing Pines tape Fiwoss | Strike Hasn't Slowed Froduction (¢:sjes25 5eue
Careful Annie | — | spector’s Office, are putting in |
Gavotte RAGE | GAVOTTE i WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. per month by the year end. exactly sure how badly until the|the sets. Mr. Williams, who was}
; Twinkle | BLUE DIAMOND U.S. combat airplane produc- beginning of next year.” stationed in the Harbour Master's |
} SEVENTH RAGE 5.15 p.m. tion remains on schedule despite “As of to-day,” said Colonel Office, was constantly in contact |
; Mary Ann MARY ANN the 55-day steel strike, according John N. Dick, United States Air- Dick outlined a series of ur-|with Mr. Goddard who was on
Cross Bow | TOP FLIGHT to military and aircraft industry force Deputy rector of Ifdus- gent measures undertaken by the| board the Lord Willoughby, |
EIGHTH RACB 6.55 p.m. officials. Schedules call for the trial Resources, “there have been Pentagon at the outbreak of the One set will be used for the}
Sweet Moditet SWEET ROCKET production of approximately no slippages” in production be- strike to get steel to the riMt|Lord Willoughby and the Lord,
Mrs. Bear HIGH AND LOW 7,500 military planes of all types cause of the strike which ended place at the right time and the} Combermere. It will be trans-}

j this year. The rate of production

ssaninpiaieietasuaninaiatsiiateataitasinatinastiaiiieiabcieapaanain 0 Cela te aa 1

last week”. He said: “We were
hurt of course, but we won't be

; From Salem, New :

ARGENTINA'S

TUS A





UN. Agree To |), Plan To Build Atom
Engines For Warships

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 1.
, Teporting progress on atomic
powered submarines and aircraft to-day, launched a new,

Alter Korean
Truce Draft

. PANMUNJOM, Aug. 1.

United Nations Staff Officers
agreed to minor Communist
changes in the pro draft of
the Korean arfnistice in an at-
tempt to cleay up petty details
before high level truce negotia-
tions are resumed on Sunday.
Chief Allied and Red negotiators,
Major General William K. Harri-
son and North Korean General
| Nam IL ill take up again their
bitter debate on exchanging war
prisoners after a seven-day recess
called by the United Nations in a
protest against Communist stall-
ing.

Staff Officers of the No, 2 truce
team made “some progress”
settling minor details of word
in a 65-minute meeting, but only
because the United Nations agreed
to eer changes in five
paragraphs. The major change

pio will not fight again in
‘orea. —U.P.

3 Corner Wheat |



TERR *

inyfact that a
inf) uranium or plutonium could gen

> report

PRESIDENT PRAYS





JUAN D. PERON of Argentina stands before the bier of his wife, Eva, 33, as her body lies in state
in the Ministry of Labor and Welfare Building in Buenos Aires, All Argentina was reported in mourning
for the nation’s First Lady, who died of cancer after months of suffering.



THE UNITED STATES

project for the development
ships.

AT WIFE’S BIER

3



(International Radiephoto)

of giant atomic-powered war-

The Atomic Energy Commission announced that it

had asked Westinghouse Electric Company to develop an

atomic engine capable of propelling large vessels such

aircrait carriers.

This immediately revived the
speculation that atom-powered
battle wagons and giant commer-
cial liners such as the Queen Mgrv
and the United States could easily
make 100,000 mile cruises at top
speed and without refuelling,

Such estimates are based on the
pound of fissionabl

erate as much power as 1,500 tons
of coal or 200,000 gallons of fuel
oil. The A.E.C's announcement
came only a few hours after the
release of its 12th semi-annual
telling the progress in
development of nuclear powered
aircraft and two different types of
atomic engines for submarines,
The fact that the A.E.C, awarded
a contract for the large vessel pro-
ject to Westinghouse indicates that

\it believes that at least one sub-

ixchange Begins imarine engine project is definitely

NE XOpK. Aug. 1.

& pret ong Al Gran-
co «tid that the first shipment of
wheat for Argentina was being
Joaded in New Orleans under the
three-cornered arrangement with |
France,

The arrangement was arrived |
at between six large international,
grain companies, French interests,
and Argentina’s IAPI, It provides
that Argentina ship to France!
260,000 tons of maize and receive |
in exchange 200,000 tons of United |
States wheat. i

The first shipment, which is!
being loaded on an Argentine!
ship, is between 8,000 and 9,000
tons, It was learned that the grain |
companies expect to complete the
shipment of 200,000 tons before
the end of September,—U,P,



|

French Appeal To
NATO for US Arms

PARIS, Aug. |.
France decided on Friday to
appeal to the North Atlantic
reaty Organization against the
United States’ decision not to
pledge some $438,000,000 worth of
additional orders for French arm-
aments in the next three years.
The Government, it was an-
nounced Defence Minister
Pleven’s office, will send a memo-
randum soon to British Lord Is-
may, NATO Secretary General
reviewing the background of the

dispute with the United States
It will be the first major wrangle

be placed before Ismay since his
appointment last March.

nch feel that the U.S. has gotica
back on agreements made in Lis
bon at the last meeting of th

of $625,000,000 in offshore orcers

for arms would be made avail-

able in the three American fiscal
July Ist, 1952

ears

: The United States, on the other
hand, maintains that only Con-
gress can determine the amoun|
available each year for total off-







steps being taken now to’ make

up depleted supplies.—U.P.












among western pact members tv
The

NATO Council They believe that
the United States diplomats gave
France to understand that # total











assured of success,—(CP)

‘Mossadegh To
Seek Aid In US

LE HAVRE, Aug, 1.

U.S. Lines officials said that the
Iranian Premier Mohammed ,Mos-
sadegh, will sail for the United
States on September and, presum -
ably to seek more American ad
for his bankrupt nation. They
Said six cabins aboard the me





super liner “United States” have
been booked for Mossadegh and
five members of his staff. |
It was the first indication that
Mossadegh is contemplating an-

| other visit to the United States!

since last October and November,
when he was reported to have
asked in vain for $10,000,000 per
month in aid, |
‘The U.S, is about the only na- |
tion except the Soviet Union to

whom Mossadegh can turn for
funds to offset the loss of oi!)
revenues resulting from the)

Angio-tyenian Oil Company di
pute.

_ But Iranian-United States rela-
tions at present are complicated b.
the sudden wave of anti-Ameri
canism which has swept Iran in
the wake of Mossadegh’s depos!
last month and his subsequent re-
turn to power on a wave of ter-



State Till August 9

BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 1.

President Juan Peron has de-
creed that the remains of his wife
Eva Peron shall lie in state at the
Ministry of Labour until Aug. 4,
it was announced today, They
will then be moved to Congress
to lie in state for 24 hours before
being placed in the headquarter
of the General Confederation o/
Labour, where they will remain
until a mausoleum is built.



ferred from one boat to another

as required.

Hauteclocque |
Asks For Time

rorism.—U.P. |

Eva’s Body To Lie In.

as!

French Resident General Jeon
De Hauteclocque asked the
French Foreign Ministry to give
the Tunisian Bey ample time (to
study the French Reform Pro-
gramme according to sources close)
to the Resideney. |

}
'

TUNIS, Aug. 1 |

They said De Hauteclocque as-
ed Foreign Minister Robert Scliu-
man to adopt @® new course in
handling the Tunisian stalemate,
They said the corner stone of De;
Hautelocque’s plan is a proposal,
to submit the Reform Programme,
to the Bey's examination and to}
drop the request that he affix his
seal to Usmeuigcrees immediately.

During a stériiy interview ast
Monday De Hauteclocque pro-
posed he and the Bey should re-
view the reform project together
but Sidi Mohammed Al Amin
Pasha rejected the suggestion.
Informed sources said De Haute-
clocque now has proposed that
the Bey study the programme
with his Premier Salah Eddin
Baceoughe without any interfer-
ence by the Regency.

It is believed Baccoughe might
submit De Hauteclocque’s plan to
the nominal ruler of the Protec-
torate as early as to-morrow dur-
ing a visit to the Bey’s summer
palace in nearby Charthage.



.

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WEATHER | REPORT

YESTERDAY

Rainfall from Codrington: nil
Highest Temperature: 96.5 °F.
Lowest Temperature: 73.5 oF.
Wind Velocity

9 milep per hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.981 (3 p.m.)
29.928.
TO-DAY

Sunrise: 5.48 a.m

Sunset:“6.20 p.m

Moor First Quarter, July 29

Lighting: 7.00 p.m. 4
. High Tide: 12.00 (midnight), 1.24 p.m

PRICE : FIVE CENTS Low Tide: 7.19 a.m., 6.58 p.m



A TYPIST
‘THEY TAUGHT
TO KILL

HOME in London for the
first time since three years
ago she went as a newly
married wife to a lonely
white-washed

tractive, brown-haired
year-old Mrs. Yvonne
Bailey, one of the most. col-
ourful “unknown” heroines
of the war.

She brought her red-
headed baby son Simon,
aged one, on his first visit
to the England she served
. $0 well,

At the home of her par-
ents-in-law in Balham, S.W.,
they are waiting for her
husband, a district officer in
the Colonial Service, to join
them on leave.

SECRET AGENT

Mrs. Bailey, who went to
school in Stamford Hill and
was a secretary in South-
ampton in the earliest days
of the war became a British
secret agent.

She was parachuted into
France in 1944, did magnifi-
cent service, and was cap-
tured and tortured,

Her name ,. then
Yvonne Baseden.

After most rigorous train-
ing at a “hush-hush” school
for agents, in Scotland,
where she was taught to
“stab to kill, fire every
kind of gun ‘and pistol,
throw grenades and trans~
mit secret radio messages,
she found herself one day
scrambling out of a ditch
in France,

She spent months in the
evil Ravensbruck conten~
tration camp. in which the
famous Odette Churchill
was also a prisoner.

ROMANCE

She came home to weary
months in hospital and a
lung operation similar to
that undergone by King
George and performed by
the same surgeon.

After her- recovery and
after the M.B.E., Croix de
Guerre and Palm had been,
bestowed upon her she
went back to being a Lon-
don secretary. Then she
met Major Desmond Bailey,
a Burma M.C.. and married
him,

For the Sunday Advoéate
she has written for the
first time the story of. her
tremendous experiences, The

first instalment starts~-to-

morrow.

was





Donnelly High

*
Commissioner
BONN, Aug. 1.
Walter J. Donnelly, former

United States Ambassador to Aus-
tria, arrived here today by special
train with his wife and family to
assume the post of High Commis-
sioner for Germany. He said on
arrival: “I expect to establish
normal diplomatic relations as
rapidly as possible. “This achieve-
ment depends of course on the
speed with which the Bonn Con-
vention is applied.

Donnelly, who succeeds John J.
McCloy, will become United States
Ambassador when the treaty en-

—UP.

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town, rector of Brown and Co., return- : ‘ = Hherson, 8.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel, 8.30 pper

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: . , 7 : . ave epherd an ‘o., Ltd., for . Wie . a ; R t, 10,00 p.m. The News, p.m obert

Received Clothing i 2 Suk Goon a badioen ihe their prizes, a VIRGO orn a, mite — you will MH |News Talk, 10.15 p.m. Music Magazine, HUTTON - Steve BRCDIE

QUANTITY of worn clothing Short visit he spess. te Aug. 23—Sept. 23 Dave to be ready, willing. is you can 10.30 p.m. Variety Fanfare, James EDWARDS - Richard LOO

has just been received from WS 8 guest at Super Mare Guest For Trinidad Holida be if in the right spirit. Avoid people, | wth
the Friendly Committee of the House. R. and MRS. FRANK in > a things that might influence you wrongly. , Sid ““\TON- Richard MONAHAN - William JHUN
Children’s Goodwill League of Five Languages M ‘GRIM ae Welches, St. ee ie EVANS. personetity
New. York and will be distributed noes tor Friendly aspects most of day for you and L8

t the Lé@ague’s Centre, Constitu- Rm. AND MESA. Vi BAN, Thomas were. passengers LIBRA others. Don’t boss the show ewrit
. aes z EN and their t hildren Trinidad by B.W.I.A., on Thurs- * 5 Sept. 24—Oct. 23 oy nc) idee ~ ah Bad li ao yi)
tion Road, on Wednesday, August a s oe oie eae aah day. "They have gone for others ise: . Best results from being

nna an self.
oes a Tome, Venezuela, who had been holiday. x yareS »*
; here for the past two i isi cf
Barbadian Returns ans guests at aiper Mare YING First ve to. Bar Be specific but also diplomatic, don’t over- : ,
To U.S.A. Guest House, Worthing, will be P“ his: Srst visit: to, Bar- SCORPIO estimate possibilities and don’t be disap- Ss :
remaining for nother week be- bados is Mr. A. E, Mohabir, x Oct. 24—Nov. 22 pointed. You will fair well tomorrow if Samuel Fuller

R. R. P. PROUT who has fore returning to Venezuela. prominent merchant of San Fer- today you prepare things today. Written, Produced and Directed by
M been holidaying here, left Mr. Hansen who is with the Dando. He arrived on Tuesday x ares eetece men aver ee eee
yesterday. morning by B.W.1.A. Mene, Grande Oil Co. in San by ee ae ane nae SAGITTARIUS See that others really understand you, But * QP i A 7 A
for Puerto Rico on his way bavk Tome was originally from Den- poy ik — ae : Nov. 23—Dec, 22don’t neglect jobs that should be done in
to New York. Mr. Prout who is 4 Dearie brag gel gy my Be a oe Sheueie + week ke one try We all hese miaaail at oe 5

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cnt sportsman there. F Tl Week You can attain fin Its f h t
extensively, yet he speaks in ad- or hree eeks atta e results from honest,

Since leaving Barbados in 1911 Gition to Danish, four other lan- PENDING three weeks’ holi- Se 21 pincere effort well planned. Your planets
Mr. Prout later visited his home |) 156s namely—Spanish, English S toy ey: atiitlon ta Neue’ d ec. an. 2lin favourable aspect now. Don’t rush
in 1925 and was happy to be back & ’ ? We Gay in. Barhados is Miss Jy things. Make sure, ask information. TODAY 5 & 8.30 P.M, & CONTINUING

ee German and Swedish, Braithwaite of the Control Board, | >
again to see his many friends. ~ ‘This is his first visit to Barba- ‘Trinidad. She came in by the BELLE OF R&EW YORK
lhpoe nang his relatives the says dos which he likes sg much thes g.20 flight from Piarco on Thurs- AQUARIUS Vibrations Mixed till 3 pm. Be on guard Fred ASTAIRE Vera ELLEN Keenan WYNN Marjorie MAIN
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Labour Conimissioner’s On Holiday ees eel th Se 1 : =
g by the same op- zodiacal natives, via wise management.
Dau hters RRIVING from Trinidad on portunity and staying at ‘“Leaton- *,
8 Wednesday night b y on-Sea” is Mrs. Sylvester Barnes * PISCES Using well your eat the Hi. for + 7
E “Misses Resecleer and B.W.I.A. were Miss Audrey whose husband is a Civil Servant Feb, 21—March 20 a good day such as this. Pace your action For agood tume
lty Jack rrivals on Henderson and her niece, Miss attached to the Mental Hospita: that vou may. al ; eo sue
Molty Jack were a f Principal Officer, She will be 4 you may give full effort to important *
Thursday morning by B.G. Air- Hirina Henderson, a graduate of as Principa } matters, P.M. favours romance, family.

ways from St. Vincent to spend Pace College, New York. ¥ day remaining for three weeks.
th mmer holidays with their have come over for a olida ‘ m . YOU BORN TODAY: are in a zodical si giiheaeniie EE
valatives. They are the daughters and have taken a flat at Mertsol, Station Officer at. Piarco K power. sign repres g

. Generally energetic, you too often take things at face

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nose with errant forefinger. “Ah,
oil. Yes,” he murmured, trying to

AT EMPIRE
one mistake.

HE reduction of museum ané Interlude





iecture gallery staffs is wel-
uted by Foulenough and _ his
business colleagues. Codforth yes-
terday visited the museum, and
filled a sack with snuff-boxes,
miniatures, medallions, and so
forth.

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Asked, at the exit, what he was Collectors of centipedes, who DEATH CF 5 SAMEEREN a woe? Sao
carrying, Codforth said: “Litter. usually provide tiny shoes to en- our day!
The public is becoming increas-

ingly untidy, I found half a hake-
sandwich anda pail of broken
braces lying about.” Asked who
had sent him, Codforth said:
“Board of Trade.” Foulenough
himself visited another museum,
where he wrapped a small statue
in a shawl. “My little boy has
fainted,” he said to an official.

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The export firms will never again

A NEW approach to the shoe-
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not have been badly needed, but
the man who has invented an
electric shoe-horn is, I suppose,
entitled to call himself a pioneer.

able their best specimens to walk
on grave) without discomfort, will
be grateful for this invention,
which will save them and the
centipedes many man-hours, But
fish will go on as before,

Prodnose: Fish have no feet.

Myself: That’s what I mean.
The invention will mean nothing

English tongue often leads for-
eigners, astray.

Scene on the shore

CHANNEL, swimmer who 3;
waded ashore on the South

Coast was black from head to foot

look sagacious.

the unwary dweller in
the jungle plays leapfrog on the
edge of the swamp, it is time for
the crocodile to smile,

(West African saying.)





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SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,

1952

Pre

U.K. Considers How To? sets at ENnp OF

Replace “Lady” Boats *

LONDON

The U.K. Government is considering means of replac-

ing the Canadian “Lady” boats, which are to be withdraw }

from service to the West Indies this autumn.

This was stated by Mr.

Henry Hopkinson, Minister

of State for Colonial Affaiys, during a six-hour debate

the Colonies in the House of

Commons.

considerable attention was given to the special problems

of the West Indies.

It was Mr. Roland Robinson,
the Conservative Member for
Blackpool, who brought up the
question of communications be-
tween the te West Indian
territories and expressed regrets
at the ending of the “Lady” boat
services.

“It is bad for the tourist trade
from Bermuda right down to
British Guiana,” he declared. “It
will make ‘it difficult for pro-
ducers in the West Indies, because
of fewer freight facilities; especi-
ally for the refrigerated trade.
Above all, it will make it more
difficult for the people to move

about.”

Robinson had urged the
Government to develop communi-
cations within the West Indies. It
is not easy, he said, for the people
to get from one island to another,

Closer Association

“Federation must mean closer
association,” he declared. “If we
are to have federation, we must
do something to get the people
closer together.”

Mr. Robinson gently chided Dr.
Hyacinth Morgan, the Grenada-
born Labour Member -for Waz-
rington, for speaking earlier in
the debate as though everyone
wanted federation except the
House of Commons,

The Government has tried very
hard to persuade some of the
Colonies themselves of the need
for federation, he said, including
British Guiana, which he
described as “one of the key
areas in the West Indies,

“It is an important part of the
West Indies,” he declared, “and,
if one asks the people in Jamaica
and Trinidad, one finds that they
want a_ federation which
include British Guiana. We must
consider the whole area.”

After appealing to the Govern-
ment to do everything possible
to improve communications be-
tween the West Indian territories,
Mr. Robinson continued;

Improve Trade

“Perhaps the real solution is
to bring about an improvement
in trade between Canada and the
West Indies. We should liberalise
this trade. For years there has
been a great deal of mutual good
will between Canada and the
West Indies. We had expanding
markets in both areas. It seems
to me natural that a reciprocal
trade between the two should
flourish

“Canada has been a
market for West Indian sugar. It
has taken almost all its require~
ments from there. But now,
beeause Canada cannot get the
trade it wants in the West Indies
and has to develop other markets,
the Canadian market is being
opened to non-Commonwealth
sauce. It.is a big. trade and I

he
liberalising the trade so that
there is the work to make these
shipping lines pay.

“T understand that the Colonial
Office are considering the matter
and that consultations are now
going on between the Colonial
Office and the local Governments
in the West Indies in conjunction
with the Ministry of Transport. I
urge that this matter should not
be overlooked, because it is of
Seilee importance to the gen-

economy and well-
the West Indies, paises ies
Refrigeration Shi
“I hope at the same

ime that
we can develo

still better ser-
vices between the West Indies and
this country, especially in the
matter of refrigeration ships to
bring fruit from the West Indies
to this country. Here may be a
first-class opportunity for the
Colonial Development Corporation
to make a really valuable con-
tribution which would have its
repercussions all the way round
the islands and so improve the
general economy.

Quite apart from transporting
these articles, there is some fear

will ;

like our Government to invoke the’
terms of G.A.T.T. and ask the
United States for a discussion on
this matter, with a view do-
ing away with the subsidy.

“T hope that whatever happens
the Americans will not feel so
happy behind a subsidy that they
will ask for still more, for that
would be cutting their own
throats by upsetting the West In-
cian economy and creating the
necessity for financial aid, It
seems to me that the most sensi-
ble way to approach this problem
is to encourage a normal and
natural trade.”

One of the earliest speakers in
the debate to refer at to
West Indian affairs was Mr.
Arthur Dodds-Parker, the Conser-
vative Member for Banbury, who
said that full support was given
to the pringiple of federation on
both Sides of the House.

Decided In Principle

“To my mind,” he said, “the
uestion of federation in the
West Indies is already decided
in principle. It is now a ques-
tion of how and how soon, We
must, I believe, proceed in the
belief and knowledge that the
day of the small unit has gone.
All are going to saerifice some-
thing. but all are going to gain
immeasurably more by getting
together.

“The bargaining ition of the
West Indies sugar delegation was
infinitely stronger than colony by
colony. Equally, I believe, the
development of communications
by sea and air, so important in
that part of the world, would
be better carried out by a West
Indian Federation Authority.
“The framework exists. There
is a Regional Economic Com-
mittee. I. think that most people
are agreed on the idea of a cus-
toms union. But political teeth
have to be put into economic de-
velopment.”

Mr. Dodds-Parker was followed
by Dr, Morgan, who devoted the
whole of his contribution to the
debate to the West Indies. He
told the House something of his
own early life—how he lived in
the West Indies until the age of
18 as a very poor youth. sub-
sequently winning scholarships
which took him to Glasgow to
study medicine.

Loyalty
He spoke of the loyalty of the

West Indian peoples to Britain
and continued: “I want to

West Indian islands, whose peo-
ple are now asking for adult
suffrage and equal suffrage for
both sexes, as well as for economic
development. They are also ask-
ing for a free hand in order to
show that West Indians can do
some of the jobs which imported

a} bogs Engishmen go 858 West Indian

Governor been appointed to any
island in the West Indies, For
decades they have been asking
for union or federation between
all the Colonies, rich and poor,
small and large, and yet these
islands are still being left in the
same difficulties as. they were in
before.

“The islands want federation.
They want to have these Colonies
welded together with one Gov-
ernment under g democratic con-
stitution. They want the right to
have a say in the government of
their country, in complete loyalty
to the British Commonwealth and
Empire.”

Passed Over

Dr. Morgan told of a West In-
dian-born judge in a minor
position who was passed over
when the post of Chief Justice,
Jamaica, became vacant. An im-
ported English judge came to
occupy the senior post he said.
That sort of thing means a lot to
the people of the West Indies he
added.

He also told of the daughter of
a British Guiana business man
who was sent to England to study

Although the sub- ;
jects covered ranged over the entire Colonial Empire,'

ask of
great the Committee not to forget the



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IN PERFECT FORMATION, 19 F-84G Thunderjets are pictured just before
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from Turner Air Foree Base at Albany, Ga, They refueled in mid-air
while flying to San Francisco and again when they made their non-
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plane to land was piloted by Col. David Scilling, 3lst commander.

~~

PETITIONS GRANTED

IN the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship the Chief
Justice, Sir Allan Collymore,
granted six petitions for Letters
of Administration.

They were:—

The petition of Lilias Codring-
ton of Drax Hall, St. George, Sin-
gle woman, to the estate of her
Aunt Ruth Small late of Rockle:
Road, Christ Church, widow de-
ceased

Mr. D. E. G. Malone instructed
by Mr. E. M. Shilstone, Solicitor,
of Cottle Catford & Co. appeared
for the petitioner.

The petition of Gwendolyn Cam-
lett Burnett of Perfection Road,
Bush Hall, St. Michael, Widow, to
the estate of her husband St.
Clair Theophilus Burnett de-
ceased

Mr. T, Brancker instructed by
Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, Solicitor of
Cottle Catford & Co., appeared for
the petitioner.

The petition of Verona Naomi
King of The Abbey, Christ Church,
Widow, to the estate of her hus-
band Howard King late of The
Abbey, Christ Church aforesaid,
rr Inspector, deceased.

Mr. L. A. Williams, instructed
by Mr, E. D. Rogers, Solicitor of
James Street, Bridgetown, appear-
ed for the petitioner.

The petition of Clarence Oscar
Farley of St. George to the estate
of David Nathaniel] Farley late

this Island di

eceased,
Mr. D. E. G. Malone instructed
by My. R. C. Chapman, Solicitor
of the firm of Carrington & Sealy,
appeared for the petitioner.

The petition of Thelma Augusta
Clarke of Jackson, St. Michael,
Widow, to the estate of her hus-
band Herbert Hamilton Clarke,

deceased,
eno Oe 5 ay a
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici.
tors of High Street, Bridgetown,
appeared for the petitioner.
The petition of Livingston Da



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Silva Alleyne of Arthur Seat,
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ney of Ainsley Bismark Smith of
New York, U.S.A. to the estate of
Sylvester DaCosta Smith Jate of
St. James decd. Citation issued to
Aletha F, U. Smith.

The application for the Re-seal-
ing of the Will of Percival Fran-
cis Mayow DeFreitas late of Es-
quimalt, British Columbia de-
ceased, pro in the Supreme
Court of British Columbia on 9th
Felfruary 1944, was granted.

Application made by Cottle
Catford & Co., Solicitors.

WILLS PROBATED

The Wills of the following per-
sons were admitted to probate:—

Ruby Viola Thomas, St. Michael.

Joseph Nathaniel Forde, St.
James,

Henrietta Augusta St. John, St.
Michael.

Bertie Hilda Davis, St. Michael.

Elizabeth Mehitabel Clark-Hunt,
St. Michael.

Keziah Jane Miller, © Christ
Church.
Mary Armena St. Hill, 3st
Michael.
Carlotta Winefred Lowe, St.
Andrew.

Commons Approve

Bonn Conventions

LONDON, August 1,

Parliament today gave final
approval to the ratification of the
Bonn Conventions which end the
allied occupation and bring west
Germany into the European army,

Britain ig the second country
to approve the conventions
United States Senate already has
done so.

The House of Commons vote
was 293 to 253 giving the Conser-
vative Government a majority of
40.

—C.P.



Surrey Increase Judgment Reserved |

Championship
Games Lead

Ow

LONDON, Aug. 1,

Sweeping to their sixteenth
championship victory of the
season, Surrey beating Derbyshire
by six wickets at Chesterfiela
today, brought their total points
for the season to 200. This is ex-
actly 44 more than their nearest
rivals Yorkshife, who had to
struggle to get home by_ four
wickets against Gloucester at
Bristol.

An interesting feature .of the
Surréy match is that during it,
three bowlers, Laker and Lock of
Surrey, and Gladwin of Derby, all
took their hundvedth wicket of the
season.

Another bowler in the news is
Ray Smith of Essex whe took his
thousandth wicket in first class
cricket when he had Watts of
Somerset caught by Vigar, Bssex

hitting 176 in 80 minutes beat

Somerset by eight wickets.
Another good victory was

achieved by Glamorgan who

bowled out Nottinghamshire for
73 after they had been set 127 for
victory. Shepherd, Glamorgan
pace bowler, achieved the best
sore of his career taking 6 for

Rain prevented any decision in
the Indians game with Northants.

SCOREBOARD —
Surrey beat Derbyshire by
_ 6 Wickets
Dertgyshire yh 214 & 217
rane and 139 for 4
Sussex beat Hampshire by
10 Wickets

Hampshire 233 ; q
Wood 5 for 53. +o

Sussex 376 and 62 for no wicket
Yorkshire beat Gloucester by.

4 Wickets
Yorkshire .. 378 and 99 for 6
Gloucester . 190 and 286

an beat Notts by 53 runs
Glamorgan 144 and 215
Notts 233 and 73
Warwick beat Leicester by
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arwick 1 and 308 for 9
declared.

bkeavaa’ % 122 and ‘&3
Townsend 3 for

Essex beat Somerset by 8 Wickets
Somerset 325 and 235 for 17
declared, R. Smith 3 for 51.

Essex ...... 385 and 177 for 2
Insole 79,

Northants versus Indians
Match wn
Northants .. 365 and 93 for |
Indians hanes oatha ses ee

Worcester versus Kent
Match Drawn
Worcester .. 343 and 180 for 3
BA Ch aeere ceri “A .. 886



Reds Send Protest
Notes To Allies

BERLIN, August 1.

General Vassili Chuikev, Sovict
commander in Germany, charged
On Friday that western allie:
violated the four power agree-
ments on Germany by interferin;
with trade between East and
West Germany.

In similar notes of protest to
American, British high commiss~
jeners, the Soviet General de-
manded “immediate abolishment”
of western allied measures against
German interzonal trade,

—U-P.



In Alna Leotaud—
‘Lady Nelson’ Suit

JUDGMENT has been reserved
in the Alma Leotaud-Lady Nelson
suit which was held in St. Vin
cent month His Lordship
Mr. Justice Cools-Lartigue pre.
sided over the court.

The suit has arisen out of
collision between the Lady Nelsen
and the schooner Alina Leetaud
while the lady boat was on her
way from St. Lucia to Barbados
in January 1950. The schoone)
was eventually sunk,

Threé Canadians who took
part in the trial arrived in Bar,
bados during the week by B.G
Airways chartered flight from St
Vincent and have just returned t
their homes in Canada.

They were Mr. L. Cote, Bar
rister-at-Law who represented |}
Canadian Steamship Company
Capt. W. Roach, Assistant Marine
Superintendent of the Canadia
National Steamship Cormpany wh
was Master of the Nelsen at th
time of the collision and Mr. J. !
Blanchard, a Canadian soldier
who was travelling on the bo:
as a passenger.

While in Barbados, they
guests at the Marine Hotel.

————

Mr. Manley And
Federation

IN A_ PRESS interview M:
Manley denied saying that he had
“warned against rushing blindly
inte federation.” He explaine
that what he had said was that
“federation was inevitable and he
thought it too vital a step to take
any short cuts”

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"Saturday, August 2, 192

Socialist Federation

ACCORDING to well-informed opinion
in Jamaica Mr. Manley’s political party
would have little chance of replacing Mr.
Bustamante’s labour party if elections
were held now.

But the size of the Jamaican House of
Representatives allows more scope for the
working of a party system than does the
much smaller Barbados House of Assem-
bly.

The significance of Mr. Manley’s views
on federation depends therefore on his
chances of attaining political power in
Jamaica. These are not great. Mr. Adams’s
views on the other hand are of consider-
able importance. There is no likelihood at
all of Mr. Adams political party being de-
feated in any immediate elections and the
only effective opposition to Mr. Adams in
the Barbados House of Assembly will
come, if it comes, from within his own
party.

Mr. Adams has said in so many words
that he is only interested in a Socialist
West Indian Federation.

He is reported as having said in Queen’s
Park on Sunday night: “we have got to
convert every colony in the West Indies to
see that only socialism can pull us out be-
fore we can say—have Federation to-mor-
row.”

Nothing could be plainer than these
words,

Mr. Adams is not interested in a federa-
tion which is not socialist. The West In-
dian Federation which Mr. Adams envis-
ages is a West Indian Federation guided by
the Labour Party of Barbados and by the
People’s National Party of Jamaica. There
is no room in Mr. Adams’ West Indian
Federation for Mr. Bustamante’s Labour
Party and no room at all for the politicians
who now wield power in Trinidad. Mr.
Adams expresses himself quite forcibly
about Trinidad. It is, he says, the most
backward political portion of the British
Caribbean area.

It is most important that Barbadians
and indeed West Indians should fully un-
‘derstand the views of Mr. Adams on fed-
eration because Mr. Adams is the most
ardent champion of West Indian federa-
tion, the most sincere believer in West In-
dian unity to be found in the British Car-
ibbean to-day, Only by uniting Mr. Adams
means the uniting of West Indian socialist
political parties to form a West Indian
socialist Federation.

| "This attitude of Mr. Adams is a consist-
ent attitude and Mr. Adams has never left
anyone in doubt as to his real intentions.
He will not, so long as he wields political
power join in any federation which is not
a socialist federation. And he _ believes
that a socialist federation is possible.

Is Mr. Adams correct in his belief?

Will the West Indies ever become a
socialist federation? Mr. Adams believes it
is possible but he cannot, nor can anyone
else, say that such an event will take place
in the near or distant future.

But whether Mr. Adams will ever see a
socialist federation or whether the West
Indies will ever become federated at all is
less significant at present than Mr. Adams’
plain statement that when he talks about
West Indian unity or West Indian federa-
tion he is thinking in terms of alliances
between socialist parties in these West In-
dian territories.

He is not thinking of a West Indian fed-
eration in which Mr. Bustamante’s politi-
cal party or Mr. Gomes’ political influence
will be representing Jamaica or Trinidad
in a Federal Government.

What then is the’ significance of Mr.
Adams’ views on federation?

Paradoxical as it may seem, Mr. Adams
is the greatest opponent of West Indian
federation as proposed by the Rance Re-
port to be found in the British Caribbean
to-day. Because there is little or no chance
of “socialist” parties as Mr. Adams uses the
word coming into power in Jamaica. or
Trinidad in the immediate future.

Mr. Adams may regard Trinidad as the
most backward political portion of the
British Caribbean area but his views are
not shared by the majority of Trinidad’s
people. :

Trinidad because of greater natural re-
sources will always play a greater part in
Caribbean affairs than Barbados and there
is greater possibility of the island becom-
ing a centre for Indian nationalism than of
breeding the kind of socialist political
party which woult give it an entree into
Mr. Adams’ West Indian federation.

Jamaicans show no sign of cooling off
their liking for Mr. Bustamante in. favour
of his more learned cousin Mr. Manley,
and the Jamaica Labour Party is not one
step behind the People’s National Party in
showing readiness for federation or Jamai-
ean self-government.

Mr. Adams, however unique his position
in the world of international labour, (and
it is unique) is a much smaller figure in
the present West Indian political constel-
lation. His political power is limited to
Barbados, which must always remain
junior to Trinidad and Jamaica. Politically
the Windward and Leeward islands are
closer to Trinidad than to Barbados al-
though Mr. Bird of Antigua and Mr,
Bradshaw of St. Kitts ought to qualify for
membership of Mr. Adams’ Socialist West
Indian federation.

The only possible conclusion to be made
after analysis of the West Indian political
situation is that either Mr. Adams will
have to join a West Indian federation
which is not socialist or stay out of feder
ation altogether. The latter course is the
more likely.
























BARBADOS ADVOCATE



|

DURING the episcopate of
Bishop Coleridge an attempt had
been made to enlarge the insti-
tution of Harrison’s Free School,
as Harrison College was then
called. Significantly enough,
that was a time of considerable
change in the field of education
in England. The age of reform
had begun to have a welcome in-~
fluence on the work and curricu~
lum of the Public Schools. The
days were repidly passing when
order was kept by terror and
boys were sometimes known to
break out into open rebellion.
For, Thomas Arnold. one of the
products of the reform move-
ment, had started the great work
of widening the curriculum and
civilising the life of the English
Public Schools.

Ripples of the movement
launched by Arnold and other
reforming Headmasters were
soon to reach Barbados, A meet-
ing was held in the Island on
April 26, 1832, “to take into con-
sideration the best practical
means of carrying into operation
the Prospectus for extending the
Establishment” of Harrison Col-
lege and the Attorney General,
William Sharpe, was moved to
make a speech which reflected
‘he great enthusiasm for educa-
tion then prevailing both in Bar-
bados and in the outside world.
“Literature and Science now
flourish” said the Attorney Gen-
eral, “and their influence is
felt in every gradation of so-
ciety, The education of youth
therefore engrosses a large share
of public attention. Public and
private schools are increasing in
number and usefulness in all
parts of the world, In this popu-
lous colony we ought not to be
indifferent 1o these events. You
are under God’s providence, the
arbiter of their destinies, and no
parent or guardian ought to be
indifferent to the advantages to
be derived from the establish-
ment of a large school in this
island, under able and en-
lightened Masters, at which
education may be obtained at a
moderate expense.”

In spite df the enthusiasm that
prevailed on that oceasion, it was
not until some forty years later
that Harrison’s Free School was
to take a really big step forward.
By that time the reform move~
ment in ‘the Mother Country had
produced substantial results. Re-
forming spirits at Shrewsbury,
Eton, Rugby and Uppingham had
introducing methods that were to
raise the standards not only of
their schools but of secondary
schools throughout England,
Cheltenham and Clifton, Rossall
and Radiey, Marlborough and
Malvern, Wellington and Hai-
leybury, which were destined to
become renowned centres of ed-
ucation, had been added to the
list of Public Schools in the
Mother Country. At the time
England had not yet accepted the
principle that the resources of
the state should be used to pro-
vide a good secondary educa-
tion for the children of the poor.
Yet, while there was a crying
need for more secondary schools
in England to meet the needs of

the “underprivileged, there can
be no doubt that the public
schools, with their increased

numbers and improved stand-
ards, did an important service
by mingling the old aristocracy
with the rising middle class,
A New Epoch

In view of the great educa-
tional stir in England, it is not
surprising that Barbados was
seized with the desire to trans-
form Harrison’s Free School
into a Public School] as near as
possible to the English model.
Since its beginning in 1733, the
school had enjoyed a useful but
circumscribed existence. It owed
‘its foundation to Thomas Harri-
son, Churchwarden of St. Mich-
ael, and the generous example
he set was followed by succeed-
ing churehwardens who gave
four tenths of their commission
towards the upkeep of the school.
Harrison’s Free school contin-
ued for a period of nearly 50
years until it was destroyed vy
the hurricane of 1780, After a
number of years it was r--
opened, thanks to a donation of
£400 which was-part of a large
sum that had been raised in
England for the rebuilding of
churches and schools in Barba-
dos. The hurricane of 1831 did
some damage to the school but
its work was continued after
only a short interval.
In former years the only “‘first-
grade” school in the Island had
been the Lodge School, described
at the time as ‘a school for
gentlemen’s sons.” Harrison’s
School in those days did useful
work by educating “the sons of
respectable and wealthy fami-
lies” and by giving free instruc-
tion for many who would other-
wise have been unable to attend
a good school. But as the years
passed, it became obvious that
the school would have to be
extended to provide a wider
curriculum for. the youth of
Barbados and the neighbouring
Islands and prepare them for
the English universities. The
demand for the extension of the
school became more and more
insistent until 1871 when it was
removed from its site behind
the Cathedral to its present sit-
uation. A year later, the school
was fortunate to secure the ser-
vices of Horace Deighton as
Headmaster.

With the removal of the school
to its new site, a great epoch was



“Riots”
To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—In a letter in your

Thursday’s issue exception was
taken to a paragraph heading
“Indian Riots Broken Up.” The
Saren is R.C. Murty, M.Sc., Dip.
sib,

The writer says that the riots
broke out in Lahore, Pakistan,
“and India. has nothing to do with
it.” Who said that India had any-
thing to do with it? He says the
headline is misleading and news

‘Our Common Heritage-15

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HORACE DEIGHTON

to begin in its history. The great
strides made during this period
was largely due to the firm and
dynamic leadership of the new
Headmaster, Deighton, who was
a Scholar of Queen’s College,
Cambridge, had been Headmas-
ter of Queen’s Royal College in
Trinidad before coming to Bar-
bados. He at once set himself to
the task of raising Harrison Col-
lege to the standards of the re-
cently improved Public School
system in England.

Deighton’s labours, especially
at the beginning of his regime,
would have been much heavier
without the help and counsel of
Bishop Mitchinson, For the lat-
ter, in spite of his many inter-
ests, played an enthusiastic part
in establishing the school on a
sound foundation and increasing
its scope of usefulness. To raise
the standard of teaching at the
College, Deighton resolved to

HORACE

engage the services of the best
teachers he could find. It is to
his credit that Harrison College
soon procured a number of gift-
ed teachers whose names were
to be cherished by several gen-
erations of Barbadians, Not the
least of these was G. F, Franks
wiho later became Principal of
Queen's College, British Guiana.
While the teaching of Mathema-
tics was in Deighton's capable
hands, it was largely due to
Franks that Harrison College
was imbued with a love of clas-
sical learning that was to estab-
lish a strong tradition in favour
of the humanities, Other out-
standing teachers were Framp-
ton, Ross Barker and Arthur
Somers Cocks; and there was an
important extension of the work
of the school when J. B. (after-
wards Sir John) Harrison was
appointed Island Professor of
Chemistry and Agricultural Sci-
ence. Scientific subjects were
then added to the curriculum of
the College and the teaching of
Science was further strengthen-
ed when J. P. D’Albuquerque
succeeded Harrison as Island
Professor,

From Triumph to Triumph

With such talented assistants,
Deighton was able to guide the
College to a position of strength
and prestige. Within a few years,
Harrison College began to turn
out a long succession of scholars
who were to win conspicuous
successes at the universities, The
effect of Deighton’s methods was
seen as early as 1874 when the
College won the Gilchrist
Scholarship and repeated that
success for six successive years.
The Gilohrist Educational Trust
had founded this scholarship
“for the benefit, advancement
and propagation of learning in
every part of the world,” and it
was a considerable triumph
when Harrison College won sev-
eral awards of the scholarship
after pupils of West Indian
schools were deemed eligible for
it, The year 1879 was to prove
a happy augury for the future.
For in that year E, G. Pilgrim
won the Gilchrist Scholarship
and W. T. A. Emtage became the
first Barbados Scholar. Both of
these scholars were to win signi-
ficant triumphs, the former
graduating at the head of the
medical list at the University of
Edinburgh, the latter winning
three firsts at Oxford: fhese two
men’ were merely the foreruns
ners of those who were to win
innumerable academic distine-
tions at the, world’s leading cen-
tres of learning.

But Deighton did not set him-
self a narrow academic ideal, His
aim was that Harrison College
should win prizes not only in
the scholastic world but in the
field of athletic endeavour, One
of the chief reasons why the
school had been moved to_ its
new site was that the school
building behind the Cathedral
had no playing field attached to
it—one of the sponsors of the

Our Readers Say:

headings of this natures can
create mistrust among the differ-
ent sections of Indians here,
Presumably an Indian wrote the
heading.

Such loose thinking and waa
logic cannot be allowed to pass.

By the process of reasoning in
the letter, it is to be presumed
that a riot in Lahore, Pakistan is
not caused by the people of that
country—Indians—but by Chinese
or Italians or Germans or Bar-
badians,

Schoolboys that

know Indians



DEIGHTON

Hy F. A. Heyos

removal had emphasised that a
playing field was an “adjunct”
which was considered “absolute-
ly necessary to the success of a
good school” in the Mother
Country. It took a year or two
to get the new grounds into pro-
per condition and then the Col~
lege set out to make itself a for-
midable force in the cricket
world. Whereas the Lodge School
hhad been the cricketing pioneers
in the Island and had consistent-
ly maintained a high standard of
proficiency, Harrison College was
soon to become a skilful e:

ent of the game and

itself as a nursery for great
cricketers. The year 1877 was the
beginning of a great era in the
cricket history of the College and
two years later the school was
so confident of its prowess that
it undertook a tour—which was
completely successfully—to St.
Kitts and Antigua.

A Legendary Figure

To few men is it given to be-
come legends during their life
‘time, yet such was the lot that
fell to Horace Deighton. His
tall, powerful frame, his flowing
beard, his commanding figure,
his booming voice, all combined
to make him a person of awe and
reverence not only to the boys
of the school but to the com-
munity at large. He belonged to
an age that firmly believed in
the maxim that, if you spared the
rod, you would spoil the child.
The gentler spirits of the present
age may urge in objection that
Deighton established his complete
ascendancy over the school
through the methods of fear
rather than of love. Certainly he
struck terror into the hearts of
the malefactors and the nervous
child may have found him a dis-
turbing presence. Yet evidence
is not wanting to show that, al-
though he insisted on the great
essentials of work and discip-
line, he succeeded in winning the
respect and affection of many
generations of schoolboys, When
Deighton went on leave in 1880,
word had got around the boys
that his locum tenens would be
Bishop Mitchinson who was re~
puted to be a severe disciplin-
arian. The school poet promptly
got to work to express the views
of his mates and, according to
one story, on the day when
Mitchinson arrived to take up
his duties at the College the fol-
lowing verses were posted up in
the school,

Old Pappy Deights nas gone away.
The Doctor takes his place to-day
And with him comes a long bamboo
To keep the boys in order due,

That little room above the stairs

Shall witness many sighs and tears

But Doctor, he will calm your fear,

By saying, “Please kneel down, my
dear,

My poor boy, if your courage fail,
Just stuff some paper in your -——
The rod will fall but fall in vain
The paper shields your — from pain,

The reference to Deighton is
clearly a friendly one and
spirit that breathes through the
verses could not have been bred
in the school if the cockiness of
the eternal school-boy had been
crushed by a tyrannical system.

When Horace Deighton re-
signed the post of Headmaster in
1906, he had given thirty-four
years of his life to Harrison Col-
jJege. It had been a long and set-
tled regime, leading the school
from one success to another in
saholastic and athletie achieve-
ments, By the end of that time,
the destiny of the College was
assured and it could look for-
ward to the future with confi-
dence, For this triumphal pro-
gress noone deserves greater
credit than
whose resourcefulness and cour-
age both as teacher and adminis-
trator brought the College to a
recognised place among the fore-
most schools in the West Indies.

®
(Next Saturday—Abel Green-
idge).



live in. Pakistan and that the
words “India” and “Indians” are
slightly mt or are not
synonymeus;) but it does not
appear that a teacher realises
that fact, |

With regard to the mistrust
among sections of Indians, I
should like to ask why Ghandi
died at the hand of an assassin
and why is Pakistan independent
and separate and distinct from
India when Indians (not coolies)
are the people of both a

B.

Horace Deighton |

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( Friday — The other night I dreamed a

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1952

NOBODY'S \
DIARY Be >

Monday — Etiquette is not only for the
social climbers. Even prisoners have a
code of social behaviour. When one in-| |
vited the other to lend a hand with a
hose by calling him “man,” the reply
came without hesitation, “mext time you
call me mister.” Well, well. We shall
soon have to employ prisoners to teach
the rest of us good manners.

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footman (there is no maid in my edition SCALES

(Pan: on sale at the Advocate Station-
ery) and they Cardewed the Honourable
Gwendolyn Fairfax. No wonder that!
the prologue of the exceptionally well
printed programme commented that
“The Importance of Being Earnest”
bears no close resemblance to any other
well-known play in English—not even
to any of the other works of Oscar
Wilde.” Frankly, I don’t know what this
means. Does Hamlet bear resemblance
to Macbeth or Twelfth Night to Much
Ado? Only Wilde could have written
the Importance of Being Earnest as any-
one who had read De Profundis would
know. But only the Players it seems
would have unsexed the footman.

Small matter, however, because we
hardly noticed since all eyes were on
little Cecily.

(7 Ibs. & 23 Ibs.)

Wednesday — One of Evelyn Waugh’s hero-
ines, Lady Mulholland, if my wretched
memory serves, used to avoid traffic
jams near the Ritz by accelerating on to
the pavement and doing her own by-
pass. In Bridgetown we're not quite so
fast, but we’re getting close. The other
night when the normal parking place
was filled opposite the only theatre we

- have the policeman told me, “drive on
to the pavement!” I did so with great
delight.

Thursday — Have you seen the strangest
signs in Bridgetown? There are quite
a number of them but the one which
struck me forcibly hangs over Busbey’s
Alley at the James Street end. It reads
“Hucksters removed to Temple Yard”.
You could hardly read it for the hucks-
ters, tate
But this kind of thing is all of a piece
with what goes on elsewhere in Bridge-
town. In search of beauty the other day
I motored through the Governor’s Gate
which faces the Constitution bush
ground (I had to sell my two-seater be-
cause when I offered a lift to two young

ladies in bathing costumes the other day
they sat down on the glass having

walked through both doors without
looking. I was so upset that I spent the
fifty dollars I was saving to pay my
income tax on purchasing the sort o1
car that would do credit to our national
park). I didn’t find any beauty in the
park. There was a big hole on my lefi
full of cement and on my right a dry
thatched hut with no water in the foun-
tain. I expected to see all this, of course.
But I didn’t expect to see crowds hang-
ing around the Queen’s Park House. 1
suppose they were signing up or looking
for work or something but why in
Queen’s Park? People go into a park
to forget the sordid side of life, to enjoy
the water in the lake, the gaily waving
shrubs, to read and meditate in peace
and comfort, That’s what I thought until
I drove through the Governor’s Gate.
Now I know that the girls were right
and that there is much more recreation
to be obtained by sitting by the road-
side near a beach. tes

beautiful dream,

Down by the Pierhead was a lovely
pavilion. It was a circular pavilion and
had room for fifty cars underneath.

In front of the pavilion was a blaze
of_oleanders_and_a small fountain. In
the centre of the carpark was a small
circular staircase rising to 20 feet. Up-
stairs was a delightful restaurant open
to the sea. There were potted palms and
concealed electric fans were swirling the
air around: the place was full of people
It was lunch time. A string band was
playing light popular tunes and every-
one was happy and gay.

Then I woke up.

The Y ga was full of charcoal bags

and old iron and the sun had burnt <
hole right through my Martinique hat

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Saturday — There is a wonderful photo o!
a bonito in my favourite encyclopedia.
I looked it up today because fast nigh‘
I could scarcely see the sun set because
of the clusters of jumping bonitos. Wher
I read the little piece under the photo ]
did a somersault my self,

“The flying ‘fish’, says my well in-
formed encyclopedia, “serves as_ its
food.”

+ Now that’s just dandy. Nobody catches
the bonito in Barbados, they tell me.
because they can’t afford the expensive
nets required to catch them.

Meanwhile, the bonito continue to multiply
with greater rapidity than the bats in my roof.
And if the laws of survival operate according
to expectations we ought someday to reach the
stage when there are more bonitos looking for
flying fish than they are flying fish serving the
bonitos for food. I should hate to eat hedge-
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Allernative Verdict Of ‘°"Aipuee scpnnen fron

Seek Information Vix. H. C. Manning |
Infanticid Ret d in the Sessions been found uty Orr Tour Finances re cain occurred on Thurs-
. 7 1é1 e e urne of offences were yesterday sen- day of Mr. H, C, Manning, Direc.

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tenced by His Lordship, Mr THE ard of Management of tor of Messrs. Wilkinson and

AFTER THREE AND A QUARTER HOURS delibera- tion had failed to established the Justice G. L. Taylor, to terms of the Barbados Cricket Association Haynes Ltd, after a short illnes».|

: ; cores j i 3 und 3 v eferred con- He was 64. i
tion yesterday, an Assize Jury found 17-year-old Verona — a Pighesd placed os a, aout ts wean awe vr iecruanen: oF camer chdating te Henry Christie Manning was |
Jackman of Hanson Tenantry, St. George, not guilty of Abd though ther’ wasde hewas _ The first, 48-year-old George the proposed Indian Tour pending the son of the late Dougias Man-|
murder, but guilty of infanticide of her male baby soon asking them to accept the defence Forde, a lighterman of Nelson cjarification by the West Indies Ming, a planter of Newton,
after it was born, by throwing it into a 54-foot well 110 feet theory that the birth was unex- Street, was sentenced to “s Cricket Board of Control on the Christ Church and later of Crav)
from her home, about 5.30 a.m, on May 23. His Lordship, Pected. ISeour, "We had been’ fauna cvsstions. ot distribution of profits TS). Tt, Oia ieee, Wilkin- |
Mr. Juatios G: 1. Taylor, before whom the case which lasted said that Gate wan te lene guilty of | indecently assaulting ~The deckicn at the mat. son & Haynes at the age of 18. |
two days was heard, postponed sentence. whatever that people used the —— Doriel Weekes 09 1... Was taken because of appar- His thoroughness and allegiance
During the outline of the ease on the first day, Mr. well as a latrine. It had been said Mi F G. Smith a red for ext conflict between a Press Re- to duty brought him deserved)
W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor General, for the Prosecution, that about the well was used as } i, . ibe aet: ond Oe the lease relating to the matter, and promotion and when the firm be-|
had told the jury that infanticide meant that while Jack. Such; Put he was saying that Court'to be lenient. Rule 25 of the Board’s Rules as came a Limited Liability, he was

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not in her normal senses the act was done. go over a 54-feet-deep well, un- ee oder tee ae ae Br itish Guiana on the 16th and cept with his vga with | breathing, and has the additional advantage of safeguarding the
: . i ; covered as it was and use it as a ilty of effecting a public mischief 17th March. strong sense of discipline. lL.) mind from the dread of those sudden nerve-racking onslaughts,
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in the well was hers, but he them before the court, and this P epaanaie ing for one to attempt was sentenced to six months’ Management of the B.C.A. passed It yg w . — him feared | There is nothing to inject, nothing to inhale. Ephazone has
argued that she had had occasion they had not done. : "Answering Mr. Smith’ ta imprisonment, a Resclution made by Mr. J. Ww. B. pone aa — of an oe aT succeeded in cases of Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
to go to the well that morning At this stage, Mr. Smith in that the Prosecution had a a He was the driver of a car, the Chenery “that the Board of Man- rantec a. ~s a na asa : “yee Which previously seensed hopeless. Whet it es done fer Gtieti:
as was proved in evidence, and commenting on the second pre- duced all the facts which would poPeTty, of the Belmont Taxi agement write to Tae Dincteint) OF es alee aat aaiGa ta. thal it can do for you !
while she was over the well— liminary hearing, and the fact have been helpful to pose Sh ager Co. on the day of the offence. The the W.I.C.B.C., in respect of the tee Sainees ares i A
nothing irregular—an unexpected that a different Magistrate heard said that the evidence Of Vorone Bishop Court Hill ane reberted 8 eee ee the cetexse come bteeder on @ small: scale end ha| FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
The Court was packed right up it, said that after the first hearing Jackman’s father, Brathwaite, the Police that someone had driven Se ates Ha to the Press after the has reared some specimen of cat-

to 7.45 pm. when the jury re. and Jackman had geen discharged, and of her sister Doreen did not it off from where he had parked

! . an cae seting » tle whict i rizes e ne
there had been an executive re- help the court in any way, Doreen Rous! General Masting ot [Wns nusl Indiwwiet Techfoltion, D th

turned their verdict, and crowds adjustment. it on Jemmott’s Lane. W.LC.BC.. held in British Guiana nual Industrial Exhibition. In th
were about the Court’s precincts, pugement, : i only awoke at 7 o’clock—after Mabel Harrison was bound over * the 16th and 17th May, par- field his knowledge was thoroug! } . : “
The Prosecution called 12 wit- Objection Raised everything was finished, and the in the sum of £25, with a surety sittarly to the paragrdphs deal. He was married to Miss Ba: Sold by all registered chemists. If any difficulty, write to:

nesses, three doctors, two hospital Mr. Reece objected to such a father was sick, and did not know in a similar sum, to.keep the





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residents of the Hanson Tenan- His Lordship, Mr. Smith with- When she left the bedroom. So it 18 months, She had bi found poe Sarre nd ‘aisé drawing The Cartle plantation, St. Pete~

try. Yesterday the defence call- drew it. was not surprising that they were guilty of maliciously nevional ns See W.LC.B.C, to and Miss Deborah Manning af |

the Mout _ gy re “shalt Continuing, Mr. Sts Baie that finally not asked to give evidence, property of Violet Greenidge the Terarant “conflict of the re- Messrs. Gordon Grant all of whow |

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hours, Mr. Reece for one, and His eae” malice in — Mine Very Rare Cases vant COOP a lease with Rule 25 as amended by ata eg : ; ts ees
Lordship summed up the case. plied. Jaca’ Med ‘no malice the Board, o these and other scrrowin :

The case against Jackman was against th i i ; It was in one out of a million FOUNTAIN IN TRAFALGAR Mtr. Chenery moved further thst relatives deepest sympathy will
bay prior to the birth of the submitting ches tad coot eee Was c2ses that a baby cried before SQUARE CEASES TO ‘e Board of Management empha- be extended.

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about to give birth to one. Then te tha bene eet ee eee them, the jury, to think it as very OPERATE DAILY importance of this question of @ @ “Crispi "T d

the morning of May 23, she wa¥ of which che wae not conscious Unlikely that when Walcott saw IT HAS been decided that in- profits and losses to the Board of es rispin’ Loads

seen going towards the well, and gs ‘4, Jackman going towards the well stead of playing dail the Management; also that the Board * ‘ ~
b 2 - he had gone to the well with , hear . ; y. , m
* re Psi ne ‘ er Gyre. eee the basin to empty it as her ee eard the baby’s cry. the Fountain in ‘Trafalgar Square of Management deplore the fact Sugar For U.K.

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was not yet born. Rather, will play only on Fridays and on that no information has been giv- f
who saw he father had asked her to do, and } vas. aski foe teed hs ‘ ONE 5 ; yas -¢ .

snag aid eat ee = harske bayinecEnee aa the. doctars a asking them to believe days on which tourist ships visit en to the Board of Management steamship was anchored Ay





; ; baby was already horn, is . This st has been - channels of the im Carlisle Bay yesterday. Shoe
not see her throw the baby in the said it was quite possible for a The statement made by Jackman the island s step ha: through the proper channels 0:

Mi a ssary owing to the ad- A‘ z seting held in Was the SS. Crispin which wis A
well, But later people gathered Se aes Ge =a aS felt to Walcott when she saw him— verse effect of the below average ae meeting Del in making her first voyage to Ba:- AW
about the well and the baby was * 3 e » @ in keep~ “you come out here to tell lies on rainfall during the last six months ittec l . bados, . | es
taken from it. ing with custom, had gone over me"—was a very extraordinary on the water supply to Bridge» % Comeree Sete Crispin, one of the fleet of} NEW AMAZING DISCOVERY @::

Doctors’ evidence was that the well to do so. And it was one. The inference was that at town and will be continued until m, A.C. Serna "D, Goddard. Booth Line boats, was launched
Jackman had recently given birth then that the baby accidentally the time the child was already Chenery, Mr. . ow Ge ,

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eee wa born, born, From his: way of seeing jt, he wot ee ees sid) foe appointed by the Harrison Line Steamshio ‘ 9
en the case resumed yester- e was not asking them, the the evidence by Walcott att ‘ 0 80 x Co. of which Messrs. DaCosta & t t df,

day, the defence called three wit- jury, for sympathy nor for an first hearing was substantially the OUR READERS SAY: The meeting appointed the fol- ©o. are the local agents, \e Wie 00s G
nesses, first Gilbert Brandford, a alternative verdict of infanticide, same as at other times lowing members to serve on the — She is taking a load of suger ve}
clerk of District “B” Police Sta- but was telling them that the z The Financial State * Selection Committee: Mr. J. M. for the United Kingdom. WS
tion, and the accused’s father and pirth was all an accident. He reminded them, too, that Fp | Kidney; Mr, S. O’C. Gittens; Mr. The SS. Forester, anothc
sister, Referring to the evidence of Walcott did not at all times have Of The Union My, N. Peirce; Mr. E. A. V. Williams Harrison Liner, is expected 10! 4x. ayazino piscovery, Air-wick

Brandford read the evidence walcott, the witness who said he bis eyes on Jackman and it was and the Captain of the Barbados arrive in the island today. She} : 3 - .
which was given at the first pre- saw Jackman going towards the "Ot surprising that he did not see To The Editor, The Advocate — Cricket team. will take a load of sugar at kills unpleasant indoor smells — even
liminary hearing by the Prosecu- well on the morning, he said that the child. SIR,—The leading article in “4 ,ointed members of the Um- Speightstown, the strongest cooking smells, stale
tion witness Walcott, the witness 7

who said he saw Verona Jackman When Walcott first gave evidence The grass at the bottom of the the issue of your newspaper Of | i.0<7 Committee were Mr. J. M. The Motor Vessel Terra Nov»

; bace ells, bat mells, It kills
i r well upon the chi today, Friday, the Ist August, };. . EK. A. V. Williams, which loaded fancy molasses, lef’ tobaccosmells, bathroom smells. It ki
going toward the well. He was he was unable to say where he pe Id carried the Kidney; Mr. E.



5 implicatio: i ies that the members of the 5). 38 . yw for Sydney, Novia Scotia. them in the air. It actually makes your
produced to read the evidence fan aarti oeyed seg, Unless they ake coeneten ee Barbedos Workers’ Union were not Sa Del, Tanise and Mr. Ww home smell fresh and clean.

cry ieee a neriseees he it under dadendan, i that Carter was an absolute vere presented with a financial report ‘"2°* Board accepted the report se . > Air-wick contains chlorophyll, the
hae fect ston o De averenrs me In any case, he had only said ie foe -_ conclusion at which ° the rn eraser of the Committee appointed to UK. CONSIDERS substance in nature that keeps all

' 4 ; : ut he y could arrive concern: erence held on ay last. ; ar ements for the re- ;

eens pent, Babes BNE we coah ten cake ie Raggi rl grass being upon the ae en teal It is surprising to read this in wintion at ae "Heksinaton Pa. Hides Paked growing plants fresh and nrg It has
told the Court that his daughter ble, as the doctor had told them, 28°k™man was guilty of deliberate your paper, when one of your viion “In this connection, Mr. might lead to Lancashire losing 12§ other natural compounds too.
had been living at him about that the baby could have been yr" Reporters sat and heard the 1°17 Gq Hoad said that nine ten- its market for textiles in the Car- Air-wick is so simple to use, Just

four months before the incident crying before it was born. And },

His last point was that malice Financial Report read to the ders were received, and the con- ibbean.” unscrew the cap, pull up the wick, place
occurred. Prior to this she had jf Walcott heard it cry that might

shee eg sntes: Malice was members with a detailed state~ joo” os awarded to Mr. George Mr, Hopkinson, closing the de- ha hedhte Och iA MAE ahbve ‘the



; ; lied wh arious heads; and bate, paid a tribute to the movin; 7
pues living in St. Joseph at one have been what happened. So if liberate and Han cant eae, de- ere i atven by the Gen- Bynoe. f f eceans anita of Dr. Morgan and assurea| source of smell, Smells vanish as if
“g Walcott heard the baby crying mitted by one person a inst eral Secretary to the questions Sir Allan Collymore, Chairm'", Vin that the West Indies are cer-| — by magic.
comed ‘Pregnant When he saw Jackman g8N6 anotlier, Giinst “sked by Delegates including the Comeratulated the Committee for tainly not being forgotten,

She seemed as though she towards the well, it did not mean When His Lordshi had * k p made by the Auditor the very excellent work done. “One of my colleagues has been
would soon give birth to a child that the baby was already born. up the case, the “Fie pete tea remar! : 1 by the secounts ~The meeting by a majority ac- touring those islands quite re- a a
and he questioned her about it, Reasonable Denial consider their wanmtnnd ired to Genera ee te This financiat cepted the recommendation of the cently,” he declared, “and. the:
but she said she was not in such 4, Wag Seentiain tha ang deliberating for nae , ged after of soe oe Nésented tothe Committee appointed to investi-] are very much in our minds a’ ' =
FF a ea Foe bin pere Re ee denied to Ret ‘father that 3 4 as ter hours, returned a verdict of ma nbers of the Union who are #ate and report on the taper OME ragga rpg PR peat
she had told him that such was ‘about to give birth to a_ baby. guilty of infanticide. v4 of

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her state, She was but a girl of 17, and the people really concerned as a effect that no points be awarded/ forebears for many generations





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one bares a ee —— If the baby had been born Last Year Seat Oras “i daee tee on \| 2
ion outside and w ithi 3 itted, : mike 3 Soar
ie ns . er pe vee within the house, he canes THE number of licences issueq Pave. had_ the opportunity of Boy Missing UGLY FAT
, there would have been Signs. to drivers of t i sending a Réportey to our Annual TAKE
man. There had been signs between date js con motor vehicles to portey Looking at me now, who |
|

Hezikiah McLean of Bridge Road |
reported to the Police that twelve- |
year-old Henderson Harrison left |
his home about 1 p.m. on the 30th |

ment disclosed yesterday. ing our financial position?
from the well. Last year a. total of 12,100 We, the two Executive Officers

The evidence concerning the licences were issued but inistrati
state of the baby was quite con- this year, only 9,423 bive wea Seat ticlon, aediee aw Geamice

would give the impression that
the Union was presented with a

away about ten minutes sistent with a sudden birth and issued. Three hundred and Step siedecn Pome auttalac tela of last month for Shot — Beacr, | ee oe
Verona Jackman’s sister, 2n immediate fall into a well. Seventy-three badges have been if allowed to go unchallenged TRG Des Ne IOS POE chi | for taking off unwanted fat TON. T C WIN.
Dor-en said that. she awoke the he umbilical cord was broken issued to bus drivers, while the + The Police have begun a search | and making you full of |

morning about 7 o’clock and the and it was highly improbable number issued to conductors is far the youngster who is about four |

vivacity and vitality.
house seemed quite normal to that Jackman would have done 315. There were 237 conductor’s

feet tall, of a black complexion, | And Silf is guaranteed






















: : A report of the work of the Union j i -le 4 bsolutely harmless, In 443 7 :
her. this. sais oe meee up to the end of Without a Financial Statement. pegs are Nes ap Algae fact, it makes you feel bettes It Stimulates the Nerves, enriches the blood and
Born Unexpectedly Referring to the evidence of earn ' We hope, perhaps unreasonably, llow “polo” shirt, and and’ brighter and fitter io builds up new reserves of strength which is lacking
... Carter, the witness who went _ The apparent difference between that this is the last tim. u will ing a yellow “polo” shirt, an every way. : ing bel :

recog Be vl Mr. pies Inte the well. for the baby, he the number of licences and the eae le aa ee ae tweed pants, with no shoes on his | Got a’ bottle of Bil? te when you are feeling below par.

sal a e de ce was no + be f badges i s . day and start on the Silf
t arkable that Number of badges issued to con y
denying that Jackman gave birth eee taLthk be savor about one ductors is due to the fact that aan eee - meted org or ay fo: Eripiriike erace 5/6 and 10/-
to the child, but were saying that BTAN® Siout Dail — for Carter the badges are issued from the ‘0 ive the public a | disio CASH STOLEN
the birth at the time was quite re a it wae not scattered all St. of the year, whereas the picture of the true facts. ze @ ’ ————
unexpected, and that it occurred the well then the baby licences are issued in the month | Thanking you for the publica- Ajbertine Thorne of Mansion |
as stubs ike hat oe ee vd canoe Brey’ dentially, direct- °f June. tion * this ert . Road, St. Michael, reported to the Table KNIGHTS LTD
i r , ours faithfully, Police that her home was broken eo P

be at the time. ly on the grass, and then grass -_—_----— G. H. ADAMS, and entered between 8 “ae and 4} ¥

Whether the Prosecution had again fali just over the baby. ‘i President. pam. on Thursday, and $63.40 All Branches
not conducted the case throughout Two Sh ips Send F. L, WALCOTT, stolen. The Police are investigat-| @ |
wae foe raat ire Had Thrown Mart ‘ 7 2 General Secretary, ing the matter. ! J _ >_—_— = =
question for them to decide, There ,05 they had heard, Edna Wee 7 War. ning Cables HOO OY YS HEwYYTLE!/: : ey
had been two preliminary hear- % ere eee ado a 38 g a a & o®
ings of the case and it was felt OVE" Tne SIGNS mot that Jack- > CABLE received by the SSBB eR> a
at the first, that a prima facie 2nd well. oe Harbour and Shipping Master a ‘SEES aus ae

i i e fact that it .

case had not been made out, man tried to hide the fact t from the S.S. Philosopher, states
Then came the second hearing, a8 born. It only was ee i Was that the Nevis Light was not
and the Prosecution deft out two born suddenly and ah a be. Visible at seven miles and was
witnesses who had given evidence thinking that it was about to b@ apparently extinguished.
on the first occasion, witnesses born. Another cable, received earlier
who, he submitted were helpful _ The Prosecution were not alleg- fromm the Motor Vessel Spenser,
in the execution of justice. ing that at any time during the stated that a large tree about 50

Jackman’s father had given night of the 22nd, Jackman gave feet long and about three feet in
material evidence, evidence which birth to the child within the diameter, was afloat in position
explained Jackman’s going to the house and then took it out. The Jatitude 10.52 north and 60.38
well with a basin, Yet the Prose- Prosecution had brought no evi- west.
ecution has seen fit to leave him dence of such; the Prosecution had The Captain of the Spenser
out as a witness. The Prosecu- none; actually there was none, stated that this log might be
tion’s duty was to assist in the He finally said that the Prosecu- danverous to navigation.
en eee eee eee eee een ee en

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE



THANKS





ALLEYNE—We, the undersigned. beg to
acknowledge. wiih deepest thanks all
these who sent «wreaths, cards or in
any other manner expressed sy mapathy
to us during our saddest hour
décasioned “by the loss of Mrs. Annie
Agusta Alleyne of “Rose Bank” Bush
Hall, St. Mighael.

. Ebenezer ne (husband) Retired
rocer. Victor ““tGrenada) and Frank

(sons), Grandchildren: Victorine, Rosalie,

Diana (Grenada) Cyrilene, Angela

(Barbados) . 2.8.52--1n

LE, TT
SEALY—In- iovieg~memory of our dear
wife and mo Ambrozine Sealy,
who died bn August 2nd 1946.
Out of a world of sorrow
Into & heaven of rest
Ged must have a beautiful garder
For he always chooses the best
Ever remembered by—
Stanley Sealy (usband), Ina (daughter)
Geraldine Gooding (mother) and family













2.8. 52—1n

HELP
A FEMALE BOOK-KEEPER re KEEPER requige<
experience of Journal entries af
Ledger Balancing essential. by
letter stating experience to A.B.C. c/<
Advocate “Co., .Ltd. 1.8,5a—$n

a
GENERAL, SERVANT (to sleep in)
Good wages and accommodation. Appi

Mrs. Otho Dowding. Pine Hill.
30.7. 52—8n

MAID WANTED — Apply:
useum

ty

os

M 2.8, 3



MISCELLANEOUS
USED STAMPS—-Wanted large or sma:

uantities of clean postally used BAR
‘DOS and other B.W.I stamps
Buying prices on application to
J. TURTON

P.O Box 124, Kingstown, St. Vincent
31.7,52-—3n





ANNOUNCEMENTS

CARS ON HIRE—Friends and genera!
public to know that you can_ hire
brand new. self-driven cars at Holborn
Fontabelle. Dial _3723. 30.7.52—4n

MONEY. Big cas!
time. Sell Per



25 for $1.50— Name .
* 28 beautiful box assort
“Air Mail.
W. Huron St
30.7

*





LOST & FOUND



LOST



B.T.C, RACE TICKETS — Series K
ee 1904, 1306, 1310, 1314. In Holligan
Road. Pindgy.. indky return same t
Mrs. Welch, Holligan Road.

2.8.52—1n

—_—_
DOG—One Small Fox Terrier dog wit
Black around eyes. Name of do
Susie with collar around his neck
Picase (Phone 4344, c/o Bata Shoe Store
cr 8536, No. 10, Blue Waters. i

. p—2n

—-—peeeretataillnnsinindiaveemeeimnerinaiatee emt

WALLET-—Wifll the person in posses-
sion of a wallet containing a Paname
Company Disability Relief Check No
33981 payable to Joseph N. Lord, neni
Joneses, St. Philip, Barbados, B.W.%.
June 2, 1952, and an identification card
please mail the same to the above address
with thanks 30.7, 52—3n

“PERSONAL

The pollic are hereby warned ogeinst
living credit to my wife, Millicen!
hoyee tree Callender) as I do not ho!
myseli responsible for her or anyo
else contracting any debt or debts +
my es unless by a written orde:
sign yy me,

; EDRICK

BOYCE,
Lion Castle,
St. Thomas,
2.8.52—2n.












a dala

Sa a

A-1 a

AND NOW

Pig . you can have
A GAS COOKER

like, those you have admired in
the magazines.

SEE THEM TO-DAY ... + +

At Your Gas Sh











jowroom .
Bay Street.



Alterations, improvements, and
extensions are taking place at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY 80, as
to give greater shopping pleasure
to our numerous customer friends

Please——-Nete:—-The Hardware
Departnfent is now closed.

JOHNSON.
JOHNSON.

oO. Ay
B, N,

Thundering Values
in

GOOD USED

FURNITURE

Big & Medium imported Chef-
fonieres with many Fancy Mirrors,

8 up. — Sideboards $36, Big
La>* $12, Liquor Cages with
see ‘cs $5.50, Metal neboxes

“und Oak Dining Table
more, $32 Hit, Metal
Weare Drainers $3.

Tron stead $8, Old World

Carved 1) Pole Mahogany Be:i-

stead 10, Enepeiet 2-dra)
ir 5

Dresser with
oo ibre_ Bed
Metal

r- 37,
Trunk $8.

Railed_Oak Chairs $3.50, Rush
Chairs $2.88} Round many-purpose ¢
Varnished 20” Tables $3.50, Ladies
Work Basket. .

PIANOS, Portable and Table

Gramopliones $20, Banjos 414,

Portable
HUY NOW!
ee

L. S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4069












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SALE |



FOR





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AUTOMOTIVE |

CAR—1s9 Prefect Ford in good)

condition. Phone 3487 or the Beacon |
Printery 1.8.52—Iin

—————

CARS—Vauxhalls 12 H-P, 1940 and 10/
K.P. 1940, Contact Marshall & Edwards
48, Roebuck Street. 2.8.52-—2n.

CAR--1951 Black Hillman Minx, 15,000
miles, Contact I. S. Robinson, Garden
House, St. George, Dial 3254.

31.7. 52—4n







CAR—Morris 6 in good working —

tion. Tyres good. Mhone as a



ELECTRICAL



G.E.C. REFRIGERATOR, 4 ubic ft
“irst class condition, attractive bargain
rice for a housewife. Apply: L. & H
liar, Reed Street. Dial 2781.
2.8.52—2n

REFRIGERATOR — One second-hand



tectrolux (Lamp) A-1 condition, price}
o catch. Apply: L. & H. Millar, Reed
itreet. Dial ‘91 2.8.52—2n

PYE PORT. bined

ABLE RADIOS—Com!
lectric Mains and Self Contained Dry
3attery Operation. Price $120.00, P. C. S
Maffei & Co., Ltd. 1.8,52—-t. fn

NEW WOODWORKING MACHINERY
One (1) 18” Cirevlar Saw complet
with motor, One (1) 16” Joipter and





FOR HENT

HOUSES

Attractive seaside Flat main road Has-
tings, comfortably furnished, English
Bath, Open Verandah facing sea. Suitable
one person (or couple). From August 1
Telephone 2949. 18.6.52—t f.n.





ROOMS—Two furnished
rent. Worthing, opposite
Theatre Best Sea-bathing

rooms for
the Royal
Phone 8401
2,.8.62—t.f.n

KIMBOLTON, corner tnd Avenue
Belleville & Pine Road Three Bed-
rooms and usual conveniences. Vacant
Possession immediately Apply Hutch-
inson & Banfield, James Street

2.8.52—-2n

“LAS CAMPANAS” —

Furnished from
16 Aug. siti

3rd Avenue Belleville,
containing 3 rooms, Living Room,
Kitchen, Bath, Toilet with Front and
Back Verandahs. Garage, ‘ashroem,
Servants’ Room with Bath and Toilet
in yard. For Particulars phone 3726.

, 2.8.88—1n.

TO AN APPROVED ANT—Cool
comfortably furnished first floor flat with
modern Gas Cooker, English tub bath,
near sea in the Hotel area. Available
occupaney within a few days. Apply:
Box E. Advocate. 29.7.52—3n.

“REYNAN” -— Hastings.
lars, phone 3950.

PUBLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

eee
“BRIGHTWOOD" situate on the seaside
at St. Lawrence, Christ Church, stand-|
ing on 33,006 square feet of land
The House contains three bedrooms
drawing, dining and living room, garag: |













For particu-
2,8.52—2n



person shall in the meantime give notice





Planer complete with motor, For furthe:
particulars apply to Law & Connell.













2.8.52—an
LIVESTOCK

COW One Heavy Dairy Cow — Good
quality milk Ts 4164 2.8.52—6n
PUPP! Nice half bred Terriers

Reasonable $3.4). Telephone 8473
2.8.5¢—1n

MISCELLANEOUS
“AUTOBRITE” CAR POLISH. The

ginss-hard protective surface ignparted
by Autobrite last for six months or
more and is excellent for Bicycles,
Motor Cycle, Baths, Refrigerators, Tiles.
Wonderful for Chromium
shipment just received. HARRISON.
Dial 2364. 1.8.52—gn

CHEESE — Cheese: Australian Cheese
per Tb at Griffith's Rockley. Dial 4514
2.8.52—2n.





“EASAKOF” is a compound Cough
Medicine for relieving Coughs, Sore
Throats etc. in Pigs, Goats, Sheep,

Horses and Cattle, made by the wel-

known Manufacturers, Day Son & Hewitt

itd. Price 5/6 box. KNIGHT'S LTD.
1,8.52—3n





FORKS—Agricultural, Forks made

and servants’ rooms with electric light)
and water throughout, Inspection by |
eppointment, phone 8250 between the
hours of 9 and 12 a.m. |
The above will be set up for sale ai|
Public Competition on Friday, the 15th
day of August 1952, at 2 p.m. at the
office of the undersigned.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street
27.7.52—10n |







One of the first selected spots at Blue
Waters’ Terrace Rockley 12,600 sqr '
ft. with right of way to sea. Apply
A. F. Jones & Co., High Street. Phone
2626 2.8.§2—3n

The undersigned will sale
by public competition office |
No, 1%, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday, the 8th day of August 1952, at!
2 p.m.
800—Ordinary
in BARBADOS

offer for
at their

Shares of $1.00 eoch |
CO-OPERATIVE BANK

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
Solicitors.
1.8.52—6n

ete. New| LIMITED



AUCTION



UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
surance company I will sell by public
auction at Messrs, Fort Royal Garage on

of! Friday next the 8th August at 2 pm

the Best Steel and the right pattern at|one Morris 8 slightly damaged in av

35.20
the Cathedral, Spry Street.
27.7.52—6n



GLUE KETTLES—A Glue Kettle that
ie so Light that you don't realise its
presence in your kit and how efficient;
‘o joints to
capacity 1 pt Price $1.80 Harrison.

31.7. 52—3nr

eS
GREY FLANNEL—Heavy quality for] Powder,

all purpose suitings 56 Inches wide only
$2.62 yard, It is cheapest at KIRPALANI
\2, Swan Street.

HOUSEHOLD all

EQUIPMENT of
Saree ts ae T. Alider, 118 Roebuck | paint 2 Cartons Rinso, & Ladies’ Hand-

treet. 10.5.52—t.f.n.



LINIMENT—-We have in stock “Aintre:
Liniment” a veterinary product for treat-
ing Sprains, Muscular Strains, Windgalls,
ete. ete, in Horses and Cattle. ice
$222 bot KNICHT’S LTD.
1,8, 52—§n.



“OIL TINS—New empty l-gallon Oil
rings suitable fe berceane oll, ete. $1.00
cach. Apply: rtesy Garage



leak and unbreakable | we wi

2.8,52—2n.| Material, 6 Bedsteads, 40 yds

The Auto Tyre Co., opposite | accident. Terms cash. D'Arcy A. Scott,

Auctioneer. 2.8.52—4n





UNDER THE SILVER |

|
ecommendations of Lioyds z



By
sell on TUESDAY the 5th August
at our Mart 17 High Street.

51 Ladies’
shirts,

Hats, 29 Gents’ Hats, 7
34 Tins Baking
24 Valor Chimneys, 2 Wash
Basins, 243 Cartons One-O-One, 40
Quaker Oats, 2 Bicyeles, 71 yds.

1 Case Sweets,

Kes
CBS
Tweed,
9 Boxes Chocolates, 1 Coal Stove, 3 Sew-
ing Machines, 1 W.C. Pan, 23 Tins

bi ‘
“Sale 12,30 o’clock. Terms Cash

TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
2.8.52—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES



1.8.82—4n. | “NOTICE to Customers and the genera’

en RO A,
SILVER BALLS—Silver Balls for orna-
menting Cakes hhave now arrived at
ae? Rockley. Come and get oon
2 ~gn.

™al 4. 2.8.52—
SUBSCRIBE now the Daily

Telegraph, England’s lead! Daily News-

paper now arriving in by Air

only a few days after publication in
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o. Advo-
cate Co. Ltd, Local

Tel, 3118.

Te
TOYS—New American Toys which in-
clude Doctor and Nurse Kits, Beach
2alls, Pistols, Cannons. Cars, Jeeps,
Water Pistols, Dippy Ducks and several
other attractive toys. All reasonably
priced. . W. Hutchinson & Co.,

td, — Broad Street.
29.7,52—3n.

Sarde diene nlite tnlee apiece aelalinrs
TABLETS—We have in stock “Do-Do

Tablets” a positive relief from | Public

Price $1.20 “bot
1,8.52—6n

spasm in 30 seconds.
KNIGHT'S LTD,

———_—
VENETIAN BLINDS—Made to order
1 metal (aluminium) All sizes, all

edlours, immediate delivery. Write,

Advocate. 1.8.52—6n.

NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications for a Qualified Midwife,
between the age of 30 and 35 will be
received the Churchwarden Mrs. H
Talma, Welches, Ch, Ch. up to 3 p.m

mn the Sth August, 1952.
Terms of appointment obtainable from

he Parochial Treasurer.
26.7.52—4n

nae

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
During the month of August the
‘ayochial Treasurer's Office days will be
8 follows:
Thursdays from 10 am. to 3 p.m.
Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
Signed G. S. CORBIN.
2.8.52—3n
I

NOTICE

COMBERMERE SCHOOL
The following is the list of successful
andidates for Open Entrance to Com-
ermere School, Lists of candidates for
arious scholarships have ‘already been
ubmitted to scholarship awarding
vuthorities, and suecessful candidates for
hosé scholarships will be notified ‘n
tue course by the various Bodies
ARMSTRONG, Myran Austin
TAYLOR, Carl Algernon
MOORE, Carl DelLdsle
GRAHAM, Vere Richard
WIGGINS,: Walwin Theophilus
ALKINS, Eric Elwin
CLEMENTS, Winston Alarthur
HARRIS, Erie Harcourt
McCOLLIN, Ceeil Athelstan
HENRY, Hallon Wesley
ALLEYNE, Winthrop
12. WALCOTT, Lester Anthony



13. BRATHWAITE, Colin Patrick
4. INCE, Cyril Maurice
iS. SMALL, Ronald Erin

fr. CONNELL, Walter Arleigh
ARCHER, Bentley Cameron

&. GIBSON, Jeffrey Elester

.. BROWNE, Clive Vernon
BYNOB, Carlo Dennis

4. BEST, Albert Liayd Bismark
2. BEST, Richard Anthony
CUMBERBATCH, Wilfred Hugh
RED, Vernon O'Neale
ARCHER, Alwyn Addison

~

Forester’s Scholarship

Applications in writing,
to the Secretary, Court
Michael's Diamond, will be
received up to Saturday,
August, 1952, for one Enabling
Scholarship tenable at any frst
or Second Grade School,

Candidates, whose parents must
be financial members of the above-
named Court, must be, not less
than 10 years old and under 14
years on Ist September, 1952.

Applications must be accom-
panied by either a Birth or a Bap-
tismal Certificate.

S. A. OSBOURNE,
Secretary, Court St. Michael's
Diamond
Dayrell’s Road,
St. Michael 19.
30.7,52—4n,

SCOPES PE SP PSSO POSS FFF SSS



to
Our wholesale Business will be
heliday fro

public:
closed for our annual
Sth August until the 19th.

C. HERBERT,
" 85, Tudor Street, City.
30.7.52—4n



NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
The Parochial Office will be closed

tative |on Tuesday 5th August and Tuesday 12th
17.4.52—4.2.n | August.

F. F. PILGRIM,
Parochial Treasurer.
2.8,52—3n

TION, a
existing under the
Delaware,
Manufacturers,
address is 635 South
Bend,
applied fur
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of automobiles.
register
the 3ist da

TION, a
existing under the laws of the State of

Manufacturers,

address is 635 South Main Street, South
Bend,

applied for the registration of a trade

register the same after one month from

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

TAKE NOTICE
COMMANDER

That THE STUDEBAKER CORPORA- |
corporation organized and
laws of the State of
United States of America, |
whose trade or business |
Main Street, South |
Tadiana, US.A., has
registration dY a trade





State of

the

and will be entitied to
same after one month from
of July, 1952, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.
Dated

the

this 23rd day of July
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

31.7 .52—3n

1952



TAKE NOTICE
CHAMPION

That THE STUDEBAKER CORPORA-
corporation organized and

Delaware, United States of America,

whose trade or business
State of Indiana, U.S.A., has
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect}
of automobiles, and will be entitled to
the 3lst day of July, 1952, unless some
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade

mark can be seen on application at my |

Dated this 23rd day of “July, 195%.
H, WILLIAMS,

91.7.52—3n

’
|
Registrar of Trade Marks. |
;



TAKE NOTICE
ZENITH

© corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Illinois,

address is 6001 West Dicken Avenue,
City of Chicago, County of Cook, State
ot Illinois, United States of America,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A’ of Register in
respect of electrical hearing aids and

register the same after one month from
the 3lst day of July, 1962, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office,
1952.

Dated this 23rd day of July,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
BARFOOD

That BARBADOS PRODUCTS LEMITED,
a company incorporated and registered
in Barbados, Manufacturers, whose trade
or business address is in care of Fitz-
petrick Graham & Co., Barclays Bank
Building, Broad Street, Bridgetown, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of food products, substances used as
food or as ingredients in food, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 3lst day of July,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at mty office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of July,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7,.52—8n

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. PRESCOD B. O'NEAL

begs to inform his Patients and General
Public that his office will be closed for
vacation as from Saturday 2nd August,
re-opening Monday 24th Auagvet,



1962





8.52—4n
NOTICE
DEABREU TAILORING CO.
TAKE NOTIC

E

that the business of tailoring carried
on by Guilherme Ansélm6 DaSilva
Evsteee Gordon DeAbreu at Marhili
Street, Bridgetown, under the style or
firm of DeAbreu Tailoring Co, has been
dissolved by mu consent as from
the 8th day of July 1952; and FURTHER
TAKE NOT%CE that the said Guilherme
Anselmo DaSilva has the sole right to
collect the outstanding debts and assets
of the said company under and by
virtue of the deed of dissolution.

All persons indebted to the said
company are hereby required to settle
their indebtedness immediately at the
said address Marhill Street.

GUILHERME ANSELMO DaSILVA.

1,8.52—3n. |



CHANCERY SALE

The undermentioned property will be
Bridgeto’

the date below. If not then so
Friday at same place and during the
on application to me

CLARENCE SAMU!
ind

set up for sale at The Registration Office

wn, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on

ld, it will be set up on each succeeding
same hours until sold. Full particulars

EL KING—P'aintift

al
NATHANIEL PILGRIM-—Defendant
TARTAN Metal Company c/o Barbados| HROPERTY. FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land Situate at

Yearwood's Gap off Black

Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one

Rock in the parish of Saint Michael and
rood
Cummings

twenty’
uts Abutting on lands of L

_e hes or thereabo

on ade of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one Corbin on lands
of L. Cadogan and on a Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parce!
of land situate at Brighton Road in the parish of Saint Michael

Island of Barbados

aforesaid containing by admeasurement

and
twenty and four fifths perches or thereabouts Abutting and bounding

on lands of W. H. Leach

one Blackett on lands of Martha. Bowen
else the same may abut and

however avehinee
messuage or dwe ouse
21,200. °. °
UPSET 3 . 0. 0.
a a 15th August, 1952.

on lands of Blanch Gittens on lands of
and on‘a Public Road or
bound Together with the
and all and singular other the buildings

H WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
July, 1952.
81.7.52—4n.



TAKE NOTICE

|

nationality, Manufacturers, whose trade
Street, Georgetown, British Guiana, has



register the same after one month from

person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of |
The trade mark can be seen on application at

opposition of such registration.
my ofice,
Dated this 23rd day of July, 1952.



’ That THE GUIANA MATCH FACTORY



LIMITED, a cumpany of British
or business address is 54 & 55 Water
applied for the registration of a trade

mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of matches, and will be entitled to

the 3ist dry of July, 1952, uniess some

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n



TAKE NOTICE

———

CIGARETTES

Britain and Northern Ireland, Tobacco

factured tobacco, and will be entitled to
the 3ist day of July, 1952

can be seen on application at my office.
Dated this @3rd day of July, 1952.



Si1.28vOr> GD»

That BROWN & WILLEAMSON TOBACCO “CORPORATION
LIMITED, a company organised under the laws of the United Kingdom of Great

unless some person shall in the
in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such registration. The trade mark,



Cigereller, |

KGDL

(EXPORT)

Manufacturers, whose tradé or business

address is Westminster House, 7, Millbank, London, S.W., England has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of manu-

register the same after one month from
meantime give notice

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
31.7.52—3n

|i Esso Standard Oli, S.A., of Panama |







NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PHRELIP

Applications for one or mere Vacant |
St. Philip's Vestry Exhibitiens tenabie
at the St. Michael's Girls’ Grhool, wilh
be received by the undersigned not later
than Monday 18th August, 1952

Candidates must be daughters of Par-
ishioners i straitened circumstances,
and must be over ()) nine years and
}under (11) years on the 15th September,
1952

A birth Certificate must be forwarded
with an appliceanion form obtaimed from
the Parochial Treasurer’s Office

P. §. W. SCOTT
Clerk to the Vestry,

St. Philip
2.8.52——61



NOTICE
ASSIGNMENT OF TRADE MARKS
ALADIN
DIAMOND WHITE HEADLIGHT O11

(new script style

REGAL CROWN

UNFFLO

WICO iwith name West

Co.)

WICO (within a seroll)

WICO (bieck letters)

NOTICE IS HERREBY GiVEN that|
Esso Standard Oil ‘Antilies) S.A., of |
Panama City, Panama, being the pro-
prietor of the abovementioned trade |
marks has assigned them with the good-

India Oj

ms
|

| will of the business connected therewith |

aconeaeae by instrument dated 5th June,
And all persons are warned against in-
fringing the said marks.
Dated this Ist day of August, 1952
COTTLE CATFORD & CO.,
Attorneys of ESSO STANDARD OIL
(ANTILLES), S.A.



OFFICIAL NOTICE |



RARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL
| juitable Jurisdiction)
| JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Piaintiff)
| LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
4 (Defendant)
IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made an the

| Manufacturers, whose trade or business |3ist day of July, 1952, I give notice to

all persons having any estate,-right or
interest In or any lien or incumbrance
affecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate near Melrose in the par-
ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar
bados containing by admeasurement one

; Parts thereof, and will be entitled to} rood thirty-five perches or thereabout:

abutting and bounding on lands of Lilian
Holloway on lands of a place called ‘Mel
rose’ On lands of the estate of Thomas
Gill deceased and on the public road or
however else the same may abut and
bound to bring before me an account of
their said claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be examined
by me on any Tuesday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of and 3
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
| before the 8th day of October, 1952, in
order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper
ty. q

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 8th day of October 1952, at 10
o'clock a.m. when their said claims will
be_ranked.

Given under my hand this 3ist day of
July, 1962

F G

ag. Clerk of the

Assistant Court of Appeal.
2.8.52-—3n.

| OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS, °
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

TALMA,







(Equitable Jurisdiction)
JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON

(Defendant)

NOTICE is hereby given that by_vir-
tue of an Order the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated the 3ist day of July,
1982 there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder a the Office of the Cleric
: the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Court House, Bridgetown, between the

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the|S.S.

afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
October, 1952: All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate near Melrose im
the parish of Saint Thomas and Island
of Barbados containing by admeasure-
ment one rood and thirty-five perches
or thereabouts abutting and bounding on
lands of Lilian Holloway on lands of a
place called Melrose” on lands of the
estate of Thomas Gill, deeeased, and on
public road or however else the
same may abut and bound and if not
then sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same
is sold for a sum not less than

the

£150. 0. 0.
Dated this Sist day of July, 1952.
F. G. TA

és LMA,
ag. Clerk of the
Assistant Court of Appeal
2.8.52-—8n.



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themselves responsible for any
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member. of the crew of this vessel
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Effective 2nd August, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the Gen-| %
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IN AIRMAIL’ SCHEDULE.

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9.30 a.m. Saturday
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9.30 a.m. Saturday '
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lst August, 1952.

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June Sth, ne June 14th, Sydney Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
June 2th, Brisbane July Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing

Barbados about August

In addition to general cargo this vesse)
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At QUEEN'S PARK
Saturday, 30th Aug. 1952

R, A. CLARKE,
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2.8.52—1n

Sth, arriving at
6th. Thursday 3ist inst.
The M/V “MONEKA”

Trail £775; True Foot
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Lundy Light £600;
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Royal Hotel,

will

for chilled and hard

accept Cargo and Passengers for

Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing
Friday, sth August, 1952,

, Leeward and Windward

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Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Grenada,
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Constructor, Canadian Challenger and Canadian Cruiser. These
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and are certified to carry 60 deckers between St. Kitts and
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consult your loca! agent.




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ene on AE Se ht Nc

—_——

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PAGE EIGHT
OL YMP. T ICS: CLAUDIUS T. LEWIS

SAMMY LEE DIVES TO OLYMPIC VICTORY sac:

More Swimming Racing League Cricket Notes : ee
Recor ds Br oken No tes (By SCRIBBLER) loss of 4 wickets, Kenneth

Walters was 32 not out.
RARE FEAT of a bowler taking all ten wickets in an
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LONDON, August 1.
I fell for

Sammy when I saw him on an official Olympic film of
the 1948 London Games. Today I saw him in the flesh, It

was even better that I had expected.

Without question,

he is the best diver in the world.
Coming out for the final of the men’s high diving com-

petition here.

Even when one judge, much to the annoy-

ance of the crowd, gave him only five, the other two made
up for it and his lowest score of 15.12 was still above some
of the best by the other divers.

His best dive according to the referee was not mixed up in them

judges was his last, the running
‘three and half forward somer-

There seems no cure
volatile Uruguayans.

this time.
for these

Sault for which they gave him 20) They did the same thing at the
points. But for me, the best of London Games,

all was his second dive with the
flying two and half backwards.

is afternoon he was leading
by a comfortable 7 points from
his nearest rival, the handsom«
Juan Capilla of Mexico, perhaps:
the best looking man at the
entire games. Not far behind was
G, Haase of Germany, while Mc.
Cormack of US.A., two more
Mexicans, A, Capilla and C.,
Perea, and two Russians Bakatin
and Brener were the other final-

Sammy Lee then gave a show
of diving in which judges found
it hard not to give him full marks
for each dive.

Ball and Bird

For those who are not con.
versant with diving, this
a dive in which the diver has

‘© stretch his arms sideways in
swallow fashion between each
somersault, Sammy performs
this feat with such dexterity tha‘
he looks like a ball and a bird
alternately. A French journalist
sitting near me simply shook his
head as Sammy disappeared into
‘the water after this one. “But
how can they beat a man like
that Monsieur? He is perfection
personified” were his words.

Standing about five feet, Sammy
looks more like a jockey, except
that he is better proportioned.
He is a Hawaiian but I understand
he perfected his diving in
California. He now joins the
select. band of athletes who re-
peated their London success,

Juan Capilla of Mexico who
‘was fourth in the springboard
diving was graceful and _ this
afternoon he dived as near per-
fection as possible. He was the
first to congratulate Sammy Lee
after his last dive and one could
see in the warm hearted embrace
which they gave each other that
the admiration was genuine and
mutual.

Haase of Germany finished a
little less than four points below

apilla, to get the bronze medal.

e victory ceremony was alsc
very colourful as Capilla donned
his red track suit and placed the
traditional Mexican scarf of
many colours over his shoulder.
This touched off further rounds
of applause from the French
quarter.

In the men’s hundred metres
back stroke another Hawaiian
won a gold medal for the U.S.A.
when Y. Oyokawa won in a close
finish from G. Bozon of France.
Third was J. Taylor also of the
U.S.A. Oyokawa’s time of one
minute 5.4 seconds was a new
Olymr'* record.

Women Break Record

In the next event the march of
wecords continued when the
Hungarian women’s team won the
4 by 100 relay. ‘Their time of 4
mins., 24.4 secs. was a new world
as well as Olympic record, Second
was the hefty Dutch team who
tival the Russian lady discus
throwers in physique. The U.S.A.
team was third, but well beaten.

The semi-finals in the men’s 200

metres breast stroke were also ,

swum, but why they do not
change the name to butterfly and
be done with it seefns odd. John
Davies of Australia won his hea\
easily and in doing so lowered
the Olympic record to 2 min.
utes, 36,8 seconds, Herbert Klein

RACING

FOLLOW
THE FORM

(By STATISTICIAN)

THE figures which precede the
horse’s names in the races as given
below indicate the placing of the
horse in his or her last starts at
meetings held in Barbados or
Trinidad in 1952 only.

For example, in the Summer
Stakes, AIM LOW which last ran
at the B.T.C, Spring Meeting came
third in her first start, was un-



5 placed in her next two races, but

second in her final outing. CAN-
TAQUISINE ran in Trinidad in
June, she failed to place in her
first two starts, but was third in
her last effort.

Horses with no figures before
their names. are either making
their debut in racing, or have not,
so far, started in 1952.

1.15—Summer Stakes
5% Furlongs
Class C & C2 Maidens Quis





Baby Girl ........
0000 The Thing ........ ia
000 Test Match ....... 124
O ADU AM: 6 iis. 060. 124
000 Darham Jane ..... 121
00 Devil’s Symphony.. 121
Trimbrook ....... 121
3002 Aim Low ........ 130
40 Dim View ........ 121
200 Magic Gaye ...... 121
003 Cantaquisine ..... 130
0. BAO hese cases 133
Street Arab . oo
1.55—Planters Stakes
54% Furlongs
Class F & F2 3 Year Olds
And Over
000 May Day ......... 112
2013; Betaam = .44....-, 128
223 Carding! ...,..... 112
2222 First Admiral .... 124
Miracle ........+. 125
April Flowers .... 125
Soprano. .....%... 118
VIQGROY | vein id'ao's os 121
20 March Winds ..... 112
00 Caprice ....5.... 109
Will O’ The Wisp.. 125
002 Rambler Rose ..... 109
2.35 Stewards Stakes
7% Furlongs
Class A& B Only |
ODD. IBIBO ioc ois 9s lll
3420 Pepper Wine ..... 108
132 -Notonite ........ 121
30 Flying Dragon .... 106
400 Belle Surprise .... 98
WOT Mente wi. iic....
230 Harroween
2323 Landmark
2 224 Firelady
443 Lunways ...

100 Redcheeks é
3.15—B’dos Derby Stakes
And Cup
9 Furlongs
441 Seedling ........ 120
298 Cardinal ........ 120
131 Dunquerque ..... 117
002 Rambler Rose .... 117
2222 First Admiral .... 120
110 Bright Light ..... 117
3.55—North Gate Stakes

7% Furlongs
Class “C” and “C2”
(Winners) Only

By BEN BATTLE
Saturday’s Selections

The inevitable string of last
minute casualties have once again
occurred bringing with them a
feeling of real regret, but never-
theless not rendering the tipster’s
task much easier, The news that
Watercress and Twinkle are on the
doubtful list, for example, only
serves to simplify what were
already reasonably strain
races. The problems of the C
Class Maidens and the B’s remain
as baffling as before.

Summer Stakes

No matter how ruthlessly we
eliminate in this race we are
in my opinion with at least five
horses whose chances cannot be
neglected, These are, Aim tame
Darham Jane, Cantaquisine, The
Thing and Trimbrook, and at that
we are leaving out the useful out-
siders Abu Ali and Devil’s Sym-
phony. Of the five we have men-
tioned, Aim Low has the best of
the draw and the most impressive
form. I shall take her to win and
in making Darham Jane my second
choice, hope that she will repro-
duce her exercise form.

“ Planter’s Stakes

The situation here seems less
confused. I imagine that both
Rambler Rose and First Admiral
will be kept for the Derby which
leaves us with March Winds,
Cardinal and Miracle to consider.
The last name would win it if she
were anywhere near her best, but
I am doubtful of her and Wee
to tip Cardinal and March
in that order,

Steward’s Stakes

Another puzzie with Pepper
Wine, Fiying Dragon, Belle Sur-
prise, Rebate, Harroween, Fire
Lady and Red Cheeks all’ with
some sort of a chance. I shall take
Harroween to win and make Red
Cheeks my second choice, but
should Belle Surprise start she
may well be concerned with the

finish,
The Derby

I see no reason to alter my
opinion of last week concerning
this race: Bright Light to win with
Seedling as second choice.

The North Gate Stakes
I fancy Dashing Princess to win

Division of the B.C.L. when Le Roy Hicks dismissed ten Highland ‘men 70 and 69, Mal-
Barrows batsmen for 13-runs. In the first innings Hicks oney taking 6 for 27 in the second
took 6 for 35. His total for the match was therefore 16 —— Al] Saints’ efforts were
for 48. 0 and 41.
Hicks is a left arm bowler who is showing excellent
pronenas ry ome Calis which he has played during i oe Seca
this season, he has taken a total of 32 wick considerable improvemen’
His figures are 12 for 55 against Northern reer’ ‘4 for ie eee or Seeenn

season and they won a well
23 against St. John Baptist and 16 for 55 against Barrows. earned victory atuiaal Drax Hall.
Hicks’ slows aided considerably Club were defeated by Penrode. prax Hall returned the credita-
Welches to score a decisive vice For Penrode Symmonds missed ple first innings score of 159 and
tory against Barrows. Barrows his century by two runs, Greens went down for 96, Drax
totalled 89 in their first innings Bellefield lost to Tele hone in Hall failed in their second inn-
and Welches replied with 194, a game in which Goddard took ings and were dismissed for 86.
Gibbs 46, Greenidge 42, Hicks 24 9 wickets for 10 runs. Telephone Greens needing 150 for victory
In their second innings Barrows in the closing stages of the game accepted the challenge and hit
were dismissed for 45, all the had the task of seoring 55 for

152 for t l of 7. wickets. J.
wickets going to Hicks. victory which they accomplished Sonie 47 7. 21 paved the

with the loss of one wicket. way for victory.
f Dunnah 24 and Blackman 24 were “4”, first

Against The Intermediates the not out batsmen. Ph Ay gy AB “railed to

The BC.L. team which was In the City Division Colts force a win against Ellerton.
selected to meet the Intermedi- scored an outright victory against Eyerton replied with 118 and
ates invited to take part in the Bordeaux. Bordeaux were asked Union Globe in their second inn-
game by the Secretary of the to make 225 in their second inn- ings declared at 58 for 8. At the
Barbados Cricket Association bat. ings but could only raise 142 drawing of stumps Ellerton were
ted first on Sunday on a wicket Forde 26, Medford 26 and Jordan 26 for the loss of 4 wickets.
which was somewhat affected by 39, were ine prineipal Scorers: Norwick 46 and 83 won from
an early wicket with the score at Sunset 42 and 19.
a but after this T. Hinds and es Invincible won from Upland
ones settled down and it was Leeward Division _ with scores of 109 — 9 and 11 for
not until the score had reached News from the Leeward Divis- 1 nst 52 and 66.
71 that the Intermediates obtain- ion is of a keen tussle between aguine * * *

ed their second wicket, Belleplaine and Northern Progres-

Rawle Blader of 3 sive. Belleplaine were all out in

Gun Hill Division

Second Victory

their first innings for the small i
ted well at number 5 and at the , - even Ramat ms Ph er:
drawing of stumps was 25 not out, “Graham took 7 for It and A i, victory when they defeated

‘ *. Brighton in the Central Division.
she >. Eran The Belmont tou, “ores —
on Sunday and if the weather is “** Springer 58, righton rep)
good it should provide a good the best atamen with L, Ross With 79. Blackman took 5 for 31.
test for the Intermediates against taking 4 for 33 and W. Knight 3 Hamblin 2 for 0 and B. Springer,
the B.C.L, attack, which includes for 38 ; 3 for 30. Belmont added 112 in
Blackman, Green, Gerald Sobers , their second innings and then
and the Skipper’ Kenneth God- Belleplaine showed consider- dismissed Brighton for 52. B.
dard. “able improvement in their second Springer took 6 for 22 and Black-
* Y " innings and ran up the credita- man 2 for 13.
Victories ble score of 180. D. Best 68, In the Windward Division
McD Smith 28 and J, Graham 26 Lords lost first innings lead to
In_ the Carlisle Division, made the runs. Tables were Oriental with scores of Oriental
Liberty Middlesex and St, Matt- then completely turned when 154 and Lords 141. In_ their
hias scored victories which will Northern Progressive failed second innings Oriental scored
keep them at the head of the against the Belleplaine attack and 134 but at the drawing of stumps
table. Liberty defeated P.M,C. time call found the score 90 for Lords were only 47 with three
with scores of 101 and 86 for + 9. W. Knights took 5 for 6. wickets down. :
against 34 and 102. A score of Cyclone took full points from ‘Sussex “A” won major points
129 for six was all that was need= Welbourne. Welbourne 39 and from St. Catherine,
ed for St, Matthias to defeat 53 proved too feeble for Cyclone’s Ce ee
Chamberlain and of these Daniel 158, Lewis 41 Cyrus 23, Russeil
scored 79 not out. 228 by Mid- 25 were among the batsmen
diesex proved too high a hurdle scoring runs for Cyclone. Fashion is a form of ugliness
for Advocate, After 114 in their St, John Baptist lost in the so intolerable that we have to al-
first innings, Advocate replied race against time in the Standard ter it every six months.

and the-score 148 for the loss of Yearwood
4 wickets. The match continues onsich oll 4

Talking Point









from Careful Annie in a race in with 151 and Middlesex finished match. Standard took first inn- —Oscar Wilde.
which there does not seem to be off the game with 40 for the loss ings lead with 97 against 92. Then
much chance of a real upset. of 2.° Radcliffe enjoyed a win Standard were dismissed for 102. es
Oistin’s Stakes against Rangers and the Boys Greaves 29, Headley 26 and POSSI PPSVG SPIO DO OOF ITY
The lameness of Twinkle which ————————____—————- . 1) '
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SATURDAY. AUGUST Z, 1*M BARBADOS .ADVOCATE PAGE THREE U.K. Considers How Tot m~M END OF 9,OOO-MILE FLIGHT Replace "Lady" Boats LONDON The l*.K Government ts considering, means of rflBsM i %  Canadian "Lady" boats, which air to be withdrawn! from service to the West Indies thh. autumn T't'ih n/M .stated by Mr. Henry Hopkmson, Minister oi ol State for Colonial AlTaips. during a six-hour debate onl fhe Colonies in the House of Commons Although the subV* jectM covered ranged over the entire Colonial Empire j considerable attention was given to the special problems! of the West Indies I Mr. Roland Robinson, like our Government to invoke tho Conservative Member fox Blackpool, who brought up the question of communications betwaan Uu' separate West Indian territories and saptesaod regrets -I the ending of the "Lady" boat %  s wte i "It is bad for tbe tourist trade from Bermuda right down to aik -h-l term* ol Q.A.T.T and United States for s disc thi* matter, wil a view .1 with the subsidy "I hope that whatever nappe the Ami'iiiJii. will not 1.. 1 •id) thai IM will nk i-.i -nil nmie. for U be rutting their British Guiana," he declared. "It throats by upsetting the West hwill make it difficult for producers in the West Indies, because of fewer freight facilities; especially for the refrigerated trade. Above all, it will make it more difficult for the people to move about." Mr. Robinson had urged the Government to develop communications within the West Indies It ii not easy, he Mid. fur the peoplto get from one Island to Closer Association "Federation must mean closer association." he declared. "If we are to have federation, wo must do something to get the people closer together." Mr. Robinson Kcnlly eluded Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, the Grenadabom Labour Member for Wsrhngton, for speaking earlier in the debate as though everyone wanted federation except the House of Commons, The Government lias tried very hard to persuade some of the Colonies themselves of the need for federation, he said, including British Guiana, which he described as "one of the BSD/ areas in the West Indies. "It is an Important part of the West Indies," he declared, "and. if one iiska the people in Jamaica and Trinidad, one finds that they want a federation which will include British Guiana. We must coruider She whole area." After appealing to the Goveman economy and creating necessity fur financial aid. It seems to me that the must sensible way to approach this problem 1* to encourage a normal and natural trade" One of the earliest speakers m the debate to rater at leaajUi u* West Indian affairs was Mr. Arthur Oodda-PBrkcr. the Conservative IfttEflbsr foe Banibury, wno said thai full support was given to the principle of federation >i Ixith sides of the House. Surrey Increase Cha mpion s h ip (.nuns Lead Judgment Reserved In Vina Iveotaud— i-id\ Wlson* Suit 1 OMK3N, Aug. I. •• %  spang to their uxteentu ttmwitimmip victory uf the season. Surre. is-wiing Derbyshiiu b> six wuketa at Ches%ertiak> tight then total potnu .son to 20O. This la ..i-:h 44 more than their nesuwt nvaU Yurkalure. who had lo itruggle to get home by foui wlcketa against Gloucestar M %  rsssjl An intervnting feature at the JUDGMENT hj Mill I 1'iit.iiiJ I jilSrhiM sun hi.h Ws held Ul 1 I-ordshti -.: -Ijsrltgur DCS. The *uit h* %  I||,*I..I. !." %  -.I..rt\. 1 — aixl lite seh.Hinvi Ala* LeaSs** while Ihe lady boat wss on liei -%  l.u.1.1 to Barbados in Jjnuarv isse. The IgtaSSMS wss eventually sunk. Three Canadlae.s who hBOfe j arrived ID aUi Surrey match l that during it. Iwios during the week by BO three !>owlers. Laker and Lock of Air chartered fliKhi from *i sgW hl of Derby, -til Vm..m %  nd have mat retunse.l t took then hundredth wlehst of the their homes Canada season AjBBShsM iniwler Ik of Dane thousandth wicket iiehet wH Ii n the news 1 who took hi %  first .-Uha had been sst IS7 for victory. Shepherd, Glsmurghn pace howler, achieved the bci <>1 hi* career taking fl fi.i II ti Ram M-nu,l any duclsion 111 .. same with Nurtruuiu Thev were Mr IOB* %  Compmn <*.,,>i W, Ross*. AasaataoJ Superiiitemtemt Of the ' liad National Steamship Company Wt was Msster of the Netaen at l' thVS .* the collision sod Mr J Hlaivharcl. a Canadian *oW> I ti..vellinK on Ihe boas a passenger. While in Barbados, they wei guests a t the MarineH otel. Mr. Hanley Ami Feiieralion Decided In Principle 'To my mind." he said "the ,N thc Court of Ordinary yesSilva AUcyn.i>f Arthur Seal. question of federation in the t"*"*"*His Lordship the Chief St. Tlioa -led Allo: • West Indies is alreadv decided Justice. Sir Allan Collymore. ney of Ainle> Ui5mark Smith ol in principle, it is now a quesgranied six petitions fur [aVraaKl New York, U.S.A. to the estate < f tion of how and how soon. We of Administration. SyrvatsSi DaCosla Smith late >f imstt I believe, proceed in the They were:— St. James deed CttaUon issue.1 u (%  in'f ami knowledge that the The petition of Lilian Codi nitAlethu F. U. Smith. day of the small unTt has |one |on .-t VTAX Hail, st. Qaorflt, BinThe upUcation for Hie R.--IAll are going to sacrifice somegu.. woman, to Ihe estate of k thing, but all are golm< to gam Aunt Ruth Small late .it It-xkl hflBMBlhly m( ^ bv KCtluiK Rca,,, ChrM Chur.h. widow de toother. ceased, The bwsaJiung position or the Mr a E G MaUlMc lllMTUlT by Mr. E. M. Shllstone. Solicitor of Cottle Catford ft Co. appcare for the petitioner. West Indies sugar delegation ... inflnik'Iy sirunBcr than colony bv colony. Equally, I believe, the development or communications by sea and air so Important in The peUUon ol Gwendolyn Camthat part of the world, would **, Burnett of Perfection Roao. mittee. I. think that meet people c *H' a '_ __ art agreed on the idea of a cus„ Mr T B n Sf* r n 'T^ d ilon. But political teeth %  r G ^ w Clarke, Solicitor ito econoni ing of the Will of IVreival Francis Mavow Dsrreltai IsSs -.t r British I'niutnhi.i ii.' ceased, proved in the Supreme Couit of British Columbia on 9-> FeUruary 1944, was granted. Application made by Cottle Catford & Co.. Solicitors. 1 no wi.ki WILLS PROBATED The Wills of the following persons were admitted to probate — Rubv Viola Thomas. St. Michael. Joseph Nathaniel Porde. St. James. Henrietta Augusta St John. St. ent to do everything possible have to be put Tnto'oconegnu'deCottle Catford ft Co.. appeared fuMIAJ* raprove_ comraunicsUoni bevelopment." the petitioner. nr lU< ,| lU1< rjgvi St Michael. Mr. Dodds-Parker was followed !" ,„> %  %  „, u!" .^. N, Elizabeth Mclntabcl CUrk.lto.it, tween the West Indian territories, Mr. Robinson continue-: hu ... =:-z zrrz. g -"; -,""" The uetiuon ul Verona haonu & "" w 1 %  ^ s—2-i HtHS S BKSSSS= i*erhaps tho real solution is told the House to bring about an improvement own early life—how he .-• in trade between Canada and the the West Indies until the are of Sanitary Inspector, deceased. West indies. We should liberalise IB as a very poor vouth. subMr. L. A. Williams, instruct* this trade. For years there has sequently winning scholarships by Mr. E. D. Roger*. Solicitor a been a great deal of mutual good which took him lo Glasgow to James Street, Bridgetown, appeai I between Canada and Use study medicine ed for the petitioner. Ketiah Jane Miller, Christ ethins of bsi ben<* Howard Kin* lute of The Church fho RvVd in Abbey, Christ ChuYch atoresaid. .JfrP, Armenfl St "• *' Michael Carlotta Andrew Winefred Lowe StORkBUAKIl — Murrey heal Ikerhydilre b* • Wieh.b 214 .V 21, Surr% 2H and IM f<„ 1 %  *-** heel Hampshire k It Wlrkeh. w.K>d S r,„ 11 I 370 .111,1 HJ (. Terhahlre heal iug that be hu. I 1 u-hinu blind! uilu f.u. I..H..I, He expUiiM tti,it what lie hail said was tlu lion WSS ii' it.dle and Iv Ihwsjkl it too vil-il . step lo taki any short cuts" mmi SEA AND MR I TRAFFIC i 9im la Carliile Bay .i"-Kif Umit a %  . %  ISSBS. SrlxMet 2IM Wo.au li-afeSrnt | O. H.III(K. %  ("*• Mana.il,, 11 M-n„>. Oull BWS* N. OIIVS. S.-ho"Wrr S.-.I^IV.I Al Lat. NvhWMMI Hi I ,. 1 Mana Srhounrr H"-< ARMVAIS S S Oi.|ln. ant. Co IM utrAii M V Tia No. U.a. v mfcsaM Sea tee I! n w 1 West Indies. We had expanding markets in both areas. It seem* to me natural that a reciprocal trade between the two should flourish. "Canada has been a great Loyalty The petition of Clarence OM... He spoke of the loyalty of the ***** of St. George lo the •State West Indian peoples to Britain ' HV,<1 N ,h n Wl Fwley late and continued. "I want to ask * uu island deceased. the Committee not to forget the Mr. D. E. G. Mslone instrucieu Commons Approve Bonn Conventions Reds Send -Protest Notes To Allied sugar. It West Indian islands, whose peoby My. rt C. Chapman, SoUcklo; LONDON. August 1. Parliament today gave Ultal approval to Ihe ratillcatton of the 1IEHLIN, AuguM I V'osslli Chulkov. Sovi v aravjnder in Geirnany. ehaige ,, Friday that western alia four poww .iwrr. market for West Indian has taken almost all Its requirepie are now asking for adult of the firm of Carrutgtuii ft Sealy. BoTin Conventions which end the <** r ^ i '"' menu from there. But now, suffrage and equal suffrage for appeared for the petitioner. allied occupation „nd bring west *"*>• "? because Canada cannot get the both sexes, as well as tor economic The petition of Thelma Augmla Germany into the European -1 m> %  "'• '*>' trade it wanu in the West Indise development. They are also oakClarke of Jackson, St. Michael, Britain is the second country *" *""'• between arm he* to develop other marketa. ing for a free hand In order to Widow, to the estaUr of her hu*. to approve the conventions !" Cerrnony. the Canadian market is being show that West Indians can do band Herbert Hamilton Clark.. United States Senate already has I" ""' %  "' ".t.s ,,| protest to opened to non-Commonwealth tome of the Jobs which imported EtaaS Pnlinfm a r> etitlon with her. lie asked: "What if the Wethe West Indies. 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SATl'ROAY. AUGUST t ItH %  ABBADOS AHWx All PACK FIVE GIRL ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGE Alternative Verdict Of Infanticide Returned AFTER THREE AND A QUARTER HOURS dehberation had failed io establiahed ihe juaMei G.' L. twj oc. to *< J B ^ rl>,,do *,^ k 1 i A t 7 "**>. On Prisoner* Sw* Information \„. H. C Manning Two prisoners who had rarller *, n, M in in.Sessions brai found iullli (/' %  I Oil r I ./iri/l< I'.s of offences were jcslerda/ senlenced by Hi. Lordship. Mr. nil: Jackman^fTunson Tenantry! St George] not'guilty of J'* IS"^.ilTiJ.nUc'id'e* h?Sas i Thursng, uire.-. Mllimmml Wilkinson an.i ricket Association Haylic Lid. alter a short UN icferr.-d con"'" was 64. aidmtion ol mailers rrlsli: %  %  Manning w..GeorgP u proposed Indian Tour p. mini.; lh.son Os tintat.IV.iia.a8 Mai.Nebon cu nlUa ilon By the \l •". a planter of Newton. lwo Cricket Hoard of Control on "">> and lain ."""I questions of distribution of protll> KUI, SI Lucy. Lfavlrj, school 1 and sharln. of losses. '""'•-" ">' %  "" "' Me * r The decision to defer the mal> ll.ynes at Ihe ae of 1-. er was taken because of appar thorouihncss and alleftan. :,t conflict between a Pre. Re*>W bioughl him deserve i .-.,..retain* to Ihe mailer, an I pioniolion and when the linn l>.Hulr M of ihe Boain ""' l-united Uablllly. he •-.other who "was senlenced amended by the Board at Ihe Anappointed a dllMtt*. was jlfmcs Arinde]T Ha^ a UI 0 l Mr.-int he,, ,, > e was_„..... and re„ r a M-feet-deep well, unch „ u T cur. who had been found lu.ush Culana on ttla lih ami rcpt with his intimates with %  a ,. i>vcred as It was and use It as a m.lltv ..f nflm-tlna raiUlir mischief l~lh March alrong sense ol discipline. I h£'L£^^ik^\ < i:^ nU ^'TS''' n > m 0 ''^'' m i U '''"y ''' tn 'There would be loo much S l^'em^r "'".^ yea^ He ... ol .el..,,.,.. fn the. !? ii he Lr"ht S^'hrteS'S £t, *"%",& <>"<" Wlin, for one lo atlempl was n?encV' to six month,' I th. BX A pa I %  ;' %  "-' %  'kh. N the ravel K — „ K-I-#..I .---uoe. ha cat got muck and he left li on proposed Indian Tour, and dra*lumber buslMM Hi *• a itorl.. birth occurred. S TLT. *£Tr& 'SUTM IS^ w ^ai c WIMIW of Veron. B.shup Curt Hill and reported to .,,. ., ; „. T ., ml „. '. a .mall scale and KJ "rathwaJte. the IVIicc that ctomeone had driven nicated lo th I -tmw ipeclmm of wto 7 45 om when ih^ low M ' %  "-"'"" •-" " %  -%  *, ana 01 nor sistor uorecn did not it oft* from where he had parked Annu .1 Qeneral Met.ni of th "•' "•> won prize* at the A... "^J".? !" : there had been an executive rehelp the c .*irt In any way. Dorcen .t on Jemmotf. Une. fiTif lleld\u llrt.^h Oukana *ual In 1 I lion l .vas unexFor the I'ro-*-, uli-.n. Mr. Rece mid that there was no evidence whatever that people used the .veil as a latrine. It had been *ald that about the well wui used as such, but he was sayinn that b*t there being no evidence. table person was going tr lighterman of Street, WJH sentenced years Imprisonment MI labour. He had been foun-1 guilty of Indecently assaulting 11-year-old Dorlel Week.-. o-i April 3. Mr. F. Q. Smith appeared for htm yesterday and a>ked the OoUTt to be lenient. tf over to keep the peace. "". %  "" .". -.—.. „* %  %  ""!/ '..***• J*T"*^ V 1 Ul "' "' u The.Courtta. packed rl.ht up MltS^S 'Stf&XXSf. ^oThcr JSST&.JSrSrSi TjUZ^^T It on Jemmotl's l^ne. turned their verdict, and crowds adjustment were about the Court's precincts. ^ toI,n 5"V The Prosecution called 12 wit.. Objection Haloed nesses, three doctors, two hospital Mr Rcwf objected to i-ucli a lather was Wck, nurses, three Policemen and four reniaxk. and on the suggestion of wn at Verona might father ur for -_,t ,,„. hanng of lci-ses In interchildren Mr. I> rojiidents of the Hanson TenanHis Uirdshlp. Mr. Smith withnen she left the bedroom. So it 18 months She had been found ?,,„,,, 1 out s jnd also drawing The Ca-tle planlalion, St. Petetry. Yesterday the defence calldraw it. w ^„ not sur P r, s-ng tJial they were guilty of maliciously damaging the ,.,. nUcnlion „'r the W-I.CB.C. to nd Mim Daboral) Manning property of Violet Greenldgo ||u ii)i]i ,.,.,„ poafUd Of the r.Maal, Qocdon Qfaflt sjj of whow ddressed Continuing. Mr. Smith said that finaU>' not asked to give evidence. d a half the prosecution had failed to K . Very Rare Cases cd three, My. Smith the Court for two hours. Mr Reecc for one, and His prove malice, expressed or imLordihlp summed up the case. p n c d. Jackman had no malic The cast against Jackman was against the child whieh. he alued J88.23. hull that prior to ihe birth of the submitting, ih did not know was 1** *£"' a ^y. cried b baby, she had denied she was about to be born. She gave Hrth %"** b ,rn an d ,J> would about to give birth to one. Then to lhll lllll(V n ulpr rlri lim8l anres ""?"' Jhe ury. to think it Then ^ (he baby under circumstances the morning of May < 23. she wrt o( whlch the ^ s Ilo consctous hS SJA! s he had gone to the well with h£ ^&JS^r 'he basin to emptv .1 as he. who saw her 3d no* watch rtl f alhCr had asked her tn do. and ^ out of a millii led beforo ask he >a>ing that as the doct< vas quite possibl 1 her state, she had felt that the tvtbv wns alreadv born. Walcott when she saw him— %'i^ effect of' the below uverag* on come nut here to tell lies on rainfall during the last six montfa e"—was a very extraordinary on the water supply t.> BridgeThe inferetiee was that at town and will be continued until alreadv the water sltuatl %  cing it. her movements, and said he did not see her throw the baby In the — well. But later people gathered about the well and the baby was nn ur -" ? to excrete, and in keeptaken from It. '"8 with custom, had gone over Doctors' evidence was that the well to do so. And it was „ Jackman had recently given birth then that the baby accidentally the time the child to a baby. was born. born, from his way of When the case resumed yesterHe was not asking them, the the evidence by Walcott at thai day. the defence called three witJury, for sympathy nor for an Unit hearing was substantially the nesses. tlrst Gilbert Brandford. a alternative verdict of infanticide, same an at other times clerk of District "B" Police Stabut was telling them that the tion, and the accused's father and birth was all an accident. "** reminded them. too. that 8i ^. er J . ... ,. Referring to the evidence of *'">*< did not at all times have Brandford read the evidence Walcott. the witness who said he n,fl eyes on Jackman and it was which was given at the first pre$aw jackman g-ing towards the no1 surprising that he did not see r \.v!' liminary hearing by^ the ProsecuwcU on lhe mornln g. h e said that the child. SIR. when Walcott flist gave evidence ne !" at the bottom of the the i he was unable to say where he *ell upon the child carried thj io 1 v „ the cry of the child, but ftS""* 0 of deli ben. teness. ^ffS SS 1 wards said he had heard ""J 0 "> pv w prepared to My Barbados Worke, ]..,.. with Rule 25 as amended bthe Board 'hese and other scrrowlr. ittt \ril\ IX TRAFALGAR Mr. Chenery moved further th;.t '"• 'tives dWpOal sympathy will tt'AlfF /rtv-ix T*. the Board of Management emphaba Mtnodad H AXM CBA8M8 TO gj jj lh w cltc Uu Vlt ., 1 OPERATE />!//,) importance of this Question of C C **/V: fll 111 I dtauSat UDllkoly that when Walcott saw IT HAS lieen decided that Inprofits and losses to the Hoard of CJ.^. l.riS|HU LOllflS Jackman goinc towards the well stead of playing doily, the Management; also that the Board and heard the baby's cry. the Fountain in Trafalgar Square of Management deplore the fact baby was not yet born. Rather, will play only on Fridays and on that no information ha' been giv. asking them to believe days on which tourist ships visit ,.|, to the Board of ManaHeinent Si.£arFor U.K. _iland. this step Dai been through Vhe'proper'channels of the JLJ*?"!.? The statement made by Jackman made neceasary owing to the adproc eedings of tl.e meeting held 1.1 !" £*!!? ^—JSr** British Guiana. A Committee comprising Mr. F. A. C Clairnionte. Mr. J. W. H. Proved Chantry. Mr J D Qoddai I, has tmpro^ea. >n| M w F MoVuSi W-J jppo inu.t OUR READERS SAY Thp Financial Slain Of Thf Union ONE steamship %  H.i. hltli making her tlrst voyage lo Ba bftdfli Crispin, une of the tleet ol B-Htth Une boat:*, was launch. 1 only lael ymt. She Is charter. I bv the Harrison Line Sleumsh %  CO SS foiester. anoUu T. N. Peirce; Mr. E. A. v Williams Harrison Un* r, la txpactad and the Captain of the Barbados Cricket team. Appointed members nf the Umhad first given. Verona's father, Edtcord Broththat he had heard a cry. but had" waite, a 43-year-old labourer, not seen the baby. It they could arrive concerning the 'erenc 'VJE ras. bc,„ B upon ,„,; C hf|dV^ ,„," told the" Courtihathi, daujhler bU. as lhe doctor hadtoM Ihem, SSSSr" "" """'" d Ub newspaper of c „ mmltt „ wcrc Mr. .1 Friday, tlie 1st Auguour |n ]n his ,„„„,.„„ ., Reporters sal and heard lhe M ha n Report read to Ihe it .. detailed sialerrlvc In the island today. ill take a load of suilai al Spclatilslown. The Motor Vessel Terra Nov idod fancy molasses, lef S.,11. /.A. N. w, S. .,!-.. It CONSIDERS 3 E la. G. .1.1. and in* wfl" awarded to Mr. Ce.it!' 1 had been living at him about that the baby could have been |i ( %  „,„,„, four months before the incident crving before it was born. And ha d liin -.1 ^" 5 .. / malIc *' Vxni,n ui occurred. Prior to this she had it Walcott heard it cry that might $£jflZJ£g"ZL* M "'' was men.U,s with %  I t...le, staU v been living in St. Joseph at one have been what happened. So if i,l!.„ '"^ '^^ hc n very dement of the vaiioua n !" "J !" Bym*. Hart Walcott heard the Ixiby eryint milted E? !" '^ W8S TOm "P 1 ""*" 0 1 K V e ",i >y i,?^ !" S Allan Collymm Seemed I'M,,,,,! when h e saw JackmJn going ZS&r. ** ^ Pe " n *+ t&iVSUm MiSSTS •"•••** £* C She seemed as though she towards the well. It did not mean u'her "'* —— would soon give birth to a child that the baby was already born, up the and he questioned her about tt, Reasonable Denial consider their rum Page 3 ii I-iniashire lualii lex til I he Cai 1 laordship had summed remarks made by the Audltoi the jury retired to Cleneral respecting the accounts tft&SttB* JiJxaTaSwaii Siii=3ffiJ£ft ^^r-t' 9 "^' S h'ad'tolclTlrn IhaT'luch'w.I 'ul to give birth to a Uby. B u,l„ „, Chalrm 11 %  the very excellent aforl The meetin* by n mnlorlty r nd was her state. Soe was DUI a girl of IT. On May 23 when the alleged under the circumstances il offence occurred, he was sick, but reasonable. and as he had been laid up. had Then there was no evidence had occasion to vomit In a basin as to signs about the house that during the previous night. nbout 5.30 a.m. he told his and then taken out, none whatdaughter Verona to empty the ever. basin. Later he heard a commoIf the baby had been born tion outside and when he went within the house, he submitted, oul he fainted, for he was a sick there would have been signs. returned infanticide.' verdict of members of the Union the people really concerned ""?•! c^Pted the rerommendatiim >f thl ,:„; Committee appointed |fl In" Hi,v "!1 fa'.' nnd rep.>rt on the Foimrl.ino are ,i„ J „.^ J .. ,.,.,. 1,, ihn .i-windw.irii Match, to lh ffect that no |>oints be awarde 1 r the match which was won outIghl by Foundation. The dispute nro-e e\it 0* *in as to signs about tne nouse inoi m r ZTtK* fZmmtii^Mm, La ^ !" ind tas" 1'nlnt bv tn> % %  • Dlayad Hm Missing Sine* Wednesday your reporter %  flat listening to the Una! statement). Must we remind that, every year since 1M1 > >o THE number of licences issued navp nnd ,ne opportunity of to drivers of motor vehicle, t„ sending a Reporter to our Ann.u.1 There had been signs between uu „ ron „ ln „' ub ^ 1, „,'.'", h '" Delegate Conference In listen t" the hOUM and the well but these ho ,,„„,„„ te • wwer th,„ ^ JJJ^ .^.^ ^^ o[ h( KgL eoncer,,,ng the In-cnccs ^ is^\ ut J*'fi ^^e'ror SJT2SSK VZ?S&\ "^sss^Jt^ BtSRTB.VB.'a.nB &a-fcif3aa aSSSrSnuss How I took off pounds of UGLY FAT have done 315. Ik k-idence of th' and tt was highly improbable numbei to that Jackman would this. Referring to the Addrealnathe jury. Mr. Smltd C n "' e at the time. ly on the grass, and then grass Whether the Prosecution had again fall Just over the baby, not conducted lhe case throughout with a thorough regard for the || an Thrown Marl administration to justice, was a As they had heard. Edna Weckes question for them to decide. There f ft Tcnantr v. had thrown marl krJ haun t.i'A nmMiriinari' haver" ^. i The month. ho went The apparent difference between Into the well for the baby, ho the number of licences and the said lhat It was remarkable that lum ^, r f 5"d !" '""ed to conhould be thrown about one d "" !" due < 'he fact thai well ^ for Carter ,he badges are issued from lha ,J 1st of Ihe year, whereas Ihe licences are issued In the month of June. "•d •ojonduclors the Unlo"n was presented with iiiTTIL'S S n til|0fc ly W'asthaUt^wM hal nc Nf>v|(( JJJt uddenly and lible at MVan mil and not CASH STOLEN Albertine Thome of Mansion Road. St. Michael, reported to the Police that her home was broken and entered t*('.vi'..|i H a.m. ami %  p.m. on Thursday, and $63.40 stolen. The Police are Investigatg the matter. *! %  %  i %  > Ail I <• 4.I1 alfir.l tO ' > IHll. Andldkii ,,. nr,ii:-ll OUl auirm ..tfWI*. All U^l • %  %<•> Uk< • to-PJ. of Silf. SUf •• |.i.i>Ulc-(oMa wbki. arc Untplr ulil vclhaui I..I ti.inn....Uf.ii'H*. .i.l %  K.k.na ,-itl full Ol .1.B.I.7 aVIHl .iHl.lf. And Stlf U iiiifuunl %  buluirlr hi t it—. 1B fx 1.11 IBlkM 1WI Ml b-O" %  nit Ixialiiti iikl SUM ID <^l a l.mta of Suf > %  % %  r i. > %  .i|i,'n n'l•—.-. S0f witnesses who had given evidence thinking that it was about to be apjjarcntlv .-xtirkgulshed on the first occasion, witnesses ho [ n _, _,.„ Another cable, received earlier who, he submitted were helpful The Prosecution were not allegrroil| y,,. Molor Vessel Speose In the execution of justice. '"a* that at any time during the stated lhat a large tree about 50 Jackman's father had given night of the 22nd, Jackman gave tt ... t | ona a „j a hout three feet in material evidence, evidence which birth to the child within the dlanMtar, m afloat m posiUon explained Jackman's going to th* house and then took il out. The l„titude 1041 north and 60.311 well with a basin. Yet the ProseProsecution had brought no evlwe st. cutlon has seen fit to leave him dence of such: the Prosecution had The Captain of the Spenser out as a witness. The Prosecunone; actually there was none. stated that this log might be linn's di.'.y w;ts % %  .IW-; in thr He l.iinlly %  -ml lhat the Proaem%  %  %  %  %  \ igation. AIRWEIGH LETTER SCALES Complete u ill. N.P. Weight.—8 oxs. Only $6.44 each HAND TRUCKS 2 SACK CAPACITY Best English Make with Rubber Tyred Wheels $52.42 ilh Plain Irun Wheels $ 38.80 -O 11 B A < SYNTHETIC CHAMOIS LEATHERS THEY NEVER BECOME SLIMY Wet or Dry they arc always soft and pliable. Last longer and become eyen better with use. They are ideal (or Cleaning Motor Cars, Painluork. Glassware. Windows, Mirrors etc. Size 22 x 18 inches —Only 84 Cents Each Hardware Dept. DIAL 3142 or 2364 IIAl.ltlSOV s I 1 only awoke at 7 o'clock—offer Mabel Harrison was bound over 'nn u„. ih and 17th :;<% pa'laid ,ll ta.owledg* wai everything was anished. and the in the sum of JI25. with a surety ,, c ,,i. u i, i., tha parra&a deal. Ha ami married to Ml i Ba nd did not know in a similar sum. to keep tha ii_ „.,,[, nc rfi-tfibution of protl'* bara Pucker by whom he had tv done peace and be of good behaviour for -_ ri th( ^ ar ,ng of lones in Interchildren Mr. Douglas Minning t>t For relief from ASTHMA one small tablet acts quickly and ef fectiv ely *T*HF Epbasooe trcauncoi lor Aiihma is so lUnple. to tnjtok, to ctlctivc AH you do b %  wallow ooe smaU mhl.-i. sod relief rtarts almou smmcdutcly. Ephssone contains several healing agenu which arc released on reaching ihe nomach %  od surt to dinolve the gcnn-Ladt-n a cc u m uliuOns mrhaJi congest the broochul lubes, Thu fciendhcslly balanced preparation brings ihe boon of easy breathing, and has the additional advantage of lafegiuriling the miod from the dread of those audden nerve-racking niiilaughia. There %  nothing 10 Icai when Bphazone lableci are to hand '. There a nothing to inject, noihfaig 10 inhale. Ephazonc has %  ucceeded In cues of Aiduna, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh which previously ,,-en.oJ bopeleas. That U lua done for others! k can do for you I FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE IsM si all rajntaeM sKti-uU tf tit, d>a>cti.ljr. ttriia A. t IJtTDfll A 10k! IT0. F PJ. taa <'. B-Hctloa. Indoor smells killed in Ihe MT NEW AMAZING DISCOVEkV J******** AN AMAIINO oiicoviar, Air-wick, killa unpliaMni indoor smells— even ihe urongeai cooking amells, ttskiiliai.o.nicIl..t>ilit.">ni-inell. Il kill* ttksaa in the air. Il %  dually makes youi limiw tmill freah and ilcan Airwuk (.onlams chknophyll. the •ubiiancc in nature thai keeps all growing plants iresh and green Ii hat 125 other natural compoundt loo Air-wnk i> *•• %imple lo ue |u: unscrew ihe cap. pull up the wn.k. pltkc he botlle on a high *hell above the NM of amclL Smella vaniiii aa if by magic. Air-wick INTERNATIONAL TRADINO CORPORATION LTD., Colerldgs 8L Tl*phBtit B009 Yes SIR!! HERE'S YOUR NEW LOTUS SHOE This fine English Shoe made of Special Selected leathers now obtainable in Black & Brown Willow. Brown Apron Front Darby, Brown Derby. Plain Front. Available in Leather Soles and Edge 1 ij> ICMUM 1 Soles. Apron Front CnsiiuK in Broun Willow from $19.51 lo $HM Sold Only Al,. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12. 13, Broad SI. >** FOR LOWERED VITALITY! TAKE "jmrnvtraivE TONMC WMNE M It Stimulates the Nerves, enriches the blood and builds up new reserves of strength which is lacking when you are feeling below par 5/6 and 10 • KNIGHTS LTD. All Branches %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  m %  %  M %  1 I %  M a i < a_ 1*1 III >A mows known throughout Barbados as the. Beat ti s I •a -3 .H. Jaaon Jonts & Co., Ltd.—Diitributora



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, AUGUST t, 1HI CLASSIFIED ADS. % %  %  TCLCPMOMK .Mo. BOUSES THANKS • llilM .-* b*< MkNCw.ro*" w Iho-e anaS .* %  .. %  %  any other (Qft.'r T (iin IIKU -•*pair< 10 u dunr.. oi.r I dreeaioned *% th* loaa of Mi*. An" Aroata Allf/nf Of "Ro*e Bank" fhian H .11 SI Hkl %  i >-...t>a-*rRe'.ired rrt Vacio*. mr.ni.dn' and Pi.nh .di' CMIUIW. Ana*.* MM) a ii IN •l*l li WI artrroory of our nd "*itheA-'i. -he died! *i'AJU*t tn 1*S n\M of r**t AMI R*V %  ateautiful gard. %  H)K d***rhi* MS I--:., u \vn:ii HELP A Ft-MAI I >• >K Kr.'TP %  ** UOW Ba h — r lna rnfirbii. A pair btetter lUlxi ewperarne* ... A If C c AeWoeet* CO. Ltd 1 8SB—*n SEHV FOR sin: AUTOMOTIVE tuple i Hani A-iuti 1 fjrm.hed oppo.II* room lor the Hn.a! I'T.,...4-11 I ( %  S. Roebuck Rtreel II M r lB*e and l unlxt M J • Mii> -MM Bleak HlllmaB) Mm*. H\MO Contact I *. RerMiuttn. O ar a *!' II George. Di.i MM K1MB-ULTO*. K)Mi tnd Avonua RelkrvllM at Pin* Road Thrra bed room* and uiuai oaarventance. Vacant POHMUW imnvdiatau Appi% Muuh ; inton a aUndatd. Jam*. Street S %  M—In TAKE NOTICE COMMANDER That THE nrntRAXIM <'ORPO TTOtT. %  corporation e*l.1lg under In* Uwi • '.,, IBM ...... BtBN 1, -I. ,„ MHMN — %  — % %  Ha South M-ii. SU*et. Soulli Bend. Mate of Indiana UJI A ha. BStfcft. 25 ol awtetrtoMte* and -til •* .nailed te "" after ona In* JUt da of July. IBM unlM aonac • -..M ..i .:. '. %  %  m a ate* aaajas in duplicate lo in* -I n\\ office of opfv, "iv" "I MM) mark can be *• NOTICE itHi-.ii or run iiAppMaitMra ic, aa* ** IMR %  .,*„! PhlahV. Veetrr F.kJbrilar., i*ru,b.* 1!**..* Michaels (itrtlt Brhraraav.^A^^w %  : "" BBKUV. 2 A UI U, U. A* nun. Il Pan Ofllct •• follow. DaaBM*M POST OFHCE NOTICE. CHANGE IN AIRMAIL SCHEDULE. Ill be cloMd at the OnMBaMfM •• i* Parochial Treaaurer'a lath uat ba lorvardM P W ItCOTT I A* CAMPANASPiimialiod liin B.H1 otklrul fflooc vu>( Ham KlUlwn. Bath, Toilat with FfOM Md liack Voraodoha Oar.,* WMhroam MfTpfiM* Room -iln OdUi and Joilv' In wNhln a low days. Appl* -,. E Advocate ::.!> Doled Ini. Mrd 1.. H WIIJJAMS. n>*t.lr-r i fl : M^iHi MI 5* 3n NOTICE i".Minr or TIADI MARK* ALATJtM IXANKkNU WMIT1 nCADtlCHT Oil OrfiHkda Guadeloupe Martinique St. Luriw Schedules should U? Time 2 00 p m 9 0 .m 11.45 a m. 9.30 am 11.41 a m 111 am 2 0flpm II 30 am. DMJ Tueadaj Saturday Monday Saturday Monday Saturday Tuesday Saturday /here neeesaary. R. A CLARKE. Colonial PudtmaM* 1 1 i pi* (itRAT pt 'I Jin pi.i rrei I'VE POrtTABl-R HADloa O—blna.1 -|*cttlr Malna and 4*11 CnnUimd Dr Urterv Oparalaoci Prte* ItMM. P C ft .l.fTn A Co H.i. I %  M— t I n IM'IM.IC SlUS HEAL ESTATE ~ %  BHKHITWOOD" -au*te on Uw MMM TAKE NOTICE CHAMPION Thai niX STVDKBAKKR COaUVMATIOM. a enrporatton orfanlaad and • iMMnaunder in* U-i al IhMat* o* n*iaaro. United autoa of America. Maniilacti>r*r> ohna* tr— Ir nt U.iiinraa nadrr I* dW s.„,th Main Sir**!. South ll*nd. Slate of ladUara. V % A lua applird lor Ihr r-.lMrfiU'm ol trad* rr.arn in part "A" -.1 Itefi.irt in r*p*el of julomobll*a. and will b* rnlHted lo rrguirr thr tamr aftei on* month from Ih* SliI dnof July. IMS. uni !" aoma ponon ahall In Ih* mranllm* giv* notaM ii. duplicate low my offlcr ol oppo•llion ol much rrgltfj-alion T*io trad* mark can b* TAa4P-.- .lUaniluVi of rtean n—teii 4ADOS ami otJkM II Buyirj pt"*. i. J TIHTON I'd larna nr >ma. AM Mil VUIIIMS CAHS OH MIR*Pttenda j | ,... M"lbT i nm .. %  Ball %  Cards Boanl-l Or**l.r,,' Sampl. i Imprinted -.autiful boa. _.. ffrtir An Mail CVPHXJ CO.. n w Huron Si Hufli SIR puu:nixuiM. NAuaUNrat 'irl|l I"' (.irmlai Sa aomplil. %  Oh m-rl-T Ona lit ISJointer and 1saar i-imph-i* *ith motot roc furthai -illculaii appl" lo In* a I'onnall llll*i Thi I.!..I Ih. LIVESTOCK i K\\ OnM. * half br*d Timm T*i.phr.n Ml) x • a* it. MISCEIXANEOUS V.ilor Cyei* %  I ipn.anl Itolli*. Krlilai nt rccolvad IOSI A I Ol VII LOST naaiM |a*dai .... i,. il,.:i,.-.,. id KM -On. .. %  . 1 Tt HK'I %  %  c -I' II ... d ** Nnmr i il %  %  tl • -Ill .1 p. 1 1.. • *•*, 1 Bate Bho* si" t Ha IB. Blu* WiiBrr1 i :.: -'< WA14J.T Will lite prraoii in po*alon ol a waltel coiiiaimnd a Ituian L>mpan> Dtiabtlily Rclirl Check N< UBS1 pavnbte lo Joacph M\ Lord. n'i lonaaaa. Bl Pb.. iP Baxbadot. B W June t. IRVi. ui an idanllAcalion cm.: ; if •* mail Ihr umc to tha abow addn i -ii, iha>d>> an %  '. PI1IMIXAL 1 lASAK'ir H nmpntnd Couth Icinc In rrllavinii Couaha. Soi* %  Mi tda in PUT*. Ooau. ahcov. tl ManufacIuriTa, Ua> ton a Itewlli Prlc* /• bn KNKJ1IT ITT) 1 S SB3r> FORK1 Ayn.ulliiral Fotki made '.f Ml Ite-at sircl and tha rkfht paiiarn al I Th* Aulo Tyra Co oaanos tta i* Calhadral, Sprjr Street. Mrsa-dn i;!.ue "rmi ao Udht that %  *• 'rarnca Ui jour kit 0 loinU lo leak A Olu* Krlll* Ih-t how ,l>r>->ka).. II SO llaiiiMin jn T — any ruNmU Heavy quality f" II purpoae ulllna "* Inchaa wkte on), :I >rd It la chaapoii ..t KllU'Al-AS I Hwan Street J.i.M— an Mnl -.Lin il.D r.m'11'MCST -acrlptlon Owen T Alktef. IIS Roebuck raS iai tm it MM r i dining and IIMna room, saiaa iid %  rnanlt iionn ilh MddM WP i,d water tkrouah-Jl Inepactlon upuintaaanl. plaaa.* Stto lialneaii ...,i. ol and IS I iiTh* above will be ael up lor ula a %  .iblte CompetllliK. o., rnday. Ih* I5t lav of Auau.l ISM. -II p u. ,.l Ih IBce ui In* Undnntfnad wmsi.niv a aAi.\ laeaa SH**t IT t H>n Jul ItBI -I Trad* Mark. II T SB—In hXOAl CRORS UNRVLO WICO mm nmn* R*.| India 0> ca i wirii leraghnt terolli Wfc~ tKfnCV IM MEHPjTRt naao Standard OH lAnlill, Panama ClV Pin.ni. boin a in* |.rn prieter of th* anovomen! lotted Irad* iv irki ha* daMgr.rd then) with th* go.Kl%  .ill ol th* builneu rannavivd there*.it>. bl Keao Htendard Oil HA. | Piwm ar reaant. by inatrvrnaril dated Mh June. And all persona are a>arn*d agalnat | *> ii lUIteg the aald mark. Ut Jn* el Aunuu, IBS! t'TTU (ATPOHU a CO ,• IBSO HTA-VHAhU Oil ANTIUJERi. 8 A and BMBU BTANI>ARD OIL S A UN .m General Post Office 1st August. |52 i THE FOIITIIESS Mil. ANNUAL DANCE UIHMI In* Patrea aaw of UNE&T O MOTTUtY. M C P Al tflBKK 4 PARK im Saturday. 3tth \ux 195* Mwate by Mr Cteete OMMna and HU oeafaanVn ^i IIM RIPIIUNI J/X Rre.a OpUanal ,. SHIPPING OFFICIAL NOTICE %  a i. s.i'.. >. ,i.ii.,ii M %  . %  BALAhtD T %  %  UMITRD fM A H B LaKII S S -OIXfUCOTTaar a* a. hedu^ed pall flora Port Plrle Ma> lift. Devonpu Juno Mh, afndbeurna June 14th ".-in. June Bttb. BrMbane July Mb, arrhruul Harbado* about AtaruN MR. tn i TAKE NOTICE ZENITH IHI AHSf.r*si •Plain fne of lit* arat .eleeUd apote al Bl> llera' Terrace Ruckle. I30D ! %  with rtfhl of way lo tan AppP Jeoaa a Co High *tieei Phoi.. a publk rumpatllioti -t llieli .-ITU' I,. II. High rf. Uiiua-ete.. o tiday. the Sth day of Auanai IS5X *m>—Ordianr/ Hhnrca of SI w *-' i ., IlAIIUADOh LO.OrKRAT.VM: BANh .1MITEO conxf. cATroao a co.. %  alleltef. 1 t M-Cr I Tl.:.i /InTPH HADIO riilU'OKATWJN. f > cwrporatlon ornnli*-! and • % % %  tin* i ..na>* Ih* law. of th* 'Rate of Illlnoia, i Majtufneuarara, whoae Hade or ll uHailaa addraaa M SMI Waal iMckrn Avenue. CBMjn. Cniinl uf t'ouk. Mate 1.1 Illinois. I'nlled Btal-a • 31.1 Of Jl>. %  AUCTION UNDER THE DIAMONO HAMMER reoelved from Ui* Inluinpnny 1 will aell by publn I Menu. Psrl Royal Oarage ui. l tha Mh Augual al 1 p Mi n. S alltthtlv dnmaged In a. Termi caah OAicy A a.t' ,i 2 %  M r %  hall In Hie mean lime give notice in duplicate to me al im oMc* of opeo%  itlon ol noch reatetiauiin The Hade mack can be wen on application at ray Dated thU Mrd dn. ol July. I MI II WILLIAMS Kri.itrnr of Trad* Markv il 7 U—jn TAKE NOTICE BARF00D rrlday i Ma -,. nt UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER nr. %  H.I.1I..1 A. TUfSDAY the Mh Augui al our Mart IT Hbrh Str**t .1 Ladtea' Hate, M arm. Hat*, •hlrtt, I Caa* Swaata. M Tin* BakinK Powder. M Valor Chimney %  1 Waal' l'i..ln. MS Cartona Ona-O-fm*. *0 pkgw,..k*i Oata. t Bicycle*. 71 ydt Drr.. Material, 6 Bedalradi. 40 yd T*veja*M> •••••••••* AND NOW A GAS COOKER f TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH olrnilom tr* t.iklna place lOHNHOSS HTATIONBRT atf.a. lo give aie.itar *ho*MMn| Baaaa II. JOHNSON N JOHNSON ^ Thundenng Valutjs GOOD USED FURNITURE rh a Medium Imported Clief lUStWi with rnanv Fane,. Mirror*. i II l„|*bk Dtnlni Tal.l %  Mete' r Drainer* O. --'ted with Mirror M cpbi W. 41FU.i and Cot r**n. Old WnV ..Can' n. I S-draw Balled .Oak Chair. S3 V>. Itua' Cnalra St.". Round many p tr" Va.nlahad ' Table. 15 SO IndleWork Bddkat. PIANOS. J'"iteble arwl Tabte OramoprWie. S20. Iteojot S14 Po ruble n III \IIW SII VETI RALIJS-BKer 1 entinc C-i Tiava no irlfTllir. Buckley Come i Hal 4SI4 1*4*, England'* leading Dally N*wnow arriving la Baibadoa by Air few daya after publication In Contact Ian Oato. C/o. Adeo., Ud, Local nwpriaa n latlw TOYa New American Toy* which inude Doctor and Nun* Kit.. React, %  II*. PIMoka. Cannona Car*. Jeep*. %  ter Piuoli. Dippy Duck* and *v*ri iher ati i active loy> All reaawnably rlced O W Hutehin*on Co td Broad Street w isa—Jn M aeeondi. Prlc VENETIAN PLDfDS—Made to or All metal (aluminium! All "itej-^ .*,.. % %  laamadlaU daltvwy wnta. TARTAN Motel Company Co Itarhadi rtock Term* I TROIMAN Auctiaaeers %  M Ill.ls NOIIsKS puhllci-lo*ed lor Mh Auguit i CuaSomet* and th* genera whole-al* BuMaaaa will bi our annual holiday fro %  BJ | NOTICE PAB1SH OP ST. THOMAM Th* Parochial Qn V e will be %  .... i Tucadav h Auguat and Ttieadav Hi Au|UMt r p I-IU.IUM. Parochial Traamrcr 2 I M-3. TH'AY WILKtNBON I. ... I., %  IN pur*nonce of an Order i' -il ii. 'he .IMIVK a. I -ii ii.-d Slet daw of July. IBSB, I gly* -il peeaaa. having any -Mat* rtgj.1 or ii (eiHt In or any hen or Ri t Maa f s-aa c %  aflrcllng all that certain ptec* o* parcel nl land illuate near Malroaa la th* B*i.... of Sariil Thsnaii and HUM uf Rai i. .Jo* containing b> •dmraiuramenl on) i. J iliirt<-Bve pa*chr* ,.i ih*i*ai>oui -.. i bbui.dmg ..I. Ian tfol'owav ran Landa of a pl.iee -alted "Mel i.. a an land, of U I (li.i dec— a ed and on the public load < %  h-.never *lae the aain* may abut and b-iund lo briruj before me an account uf Ihev aald ii-m. with their witneaa*-. ii.wr I-loie Ibe MR day of October. IMS. In urdir that *uch cLaiBi* mat b* ranked accurdlrul to In* nature and prlotittt.rreof reepeclhraly: olhcrwlie nach per aorat will be precluded from Uie b*.*f.i nt Ih* aald Decree and be deprived ui nil .latin* on or again.! the ^,id propri Ca—a aceapted on ihrouah mil* I'dlaa for truahlpmani al Trinidad li'lUflh Uuiaava. In-ward and Windward Wland* Por farther p.ilUiLfi apply MIMII WITMT a i. iaiNina.il MS* •A i Mi A • c< ^Mcoo. SbumujupCoCANADIAN sIRVICI •I BAHBAIKW PBOOUCTB L|MITEO onipun> inrnraoratad and i*IMet*.l rlarbadoa. M,.uiifa.n.r.|.. whoa* Iradc buatnaaa addrea* la In car* of Pile _. Orwhara a Co Barclay* Bank 1 Clalrnante are a tea notified in.n IBS" IHiding Broad Btr**t. Ilrld*t'i*. >•. na* ; mufl attend Ihe aald Courl on Wednev applied for Ihe rerftatratlon of a trad* ,dtf tha Mb day pi Oclober IMS, at H mark tn J-art "A of Rcslatrr In rrapart 4 o'clock m when thetr laid claim* wll uf food producli. luhdaticea u*ed *• t QP rs* entitled to leglater Ihe aame after Ji, Itfll ..,. %  m.mth Irc.n ttrS Sid day of July. 1" G TALMA IMS unlena *om* per*on ahall in rate I tt Clark of ihe meanllme give notice In duplicate lo an* I Aaatrlnnl Court M Appe.n %  I mv ofnee of oppoailion of auch racteI I a SB— Jn Ir.lmn The i ofRc* hi. Mrd dnv of July. IM1 H WILLIAMS Heglalr^r of Trade Mark* 31 T SS— Jjn OFFICIAL SALE PROFESSIONAL NOTICE lEqullabl* JnriMlclii.n .JOHN ANTHONY CUMMINO iPlalnt LOTTUl OTWAV WUJtrNSON .ncf-ndani. n thai by < NOTICK III AR mi TAILORINfl CO TAKE NOTICE lhat th* buaineaa of tallortna CarHe.l on b, 0uilh*rm* Anaelma DaSUlva %  tare Oi ka i\ raw -i Marlln riireel. Bridgetown, under the elyl* oi unit of DeAbreu Tailoring Co. ha* been dlianlved by inuftul conaml m froni the Sth dav of July IMS and PUHTHrii TAKF rfOTSCl llu.1 Ihe .-Id Oullherni* ha* the aoli deed of dtaaolutlon. All pcraon* indebted to th* *• company are lierahv required to act t h* i t I nd ebted net* immediately .id addrv.* Marhtll Street CUILIirRMP. ANSF-UMO DaSILVA 1 s.H-li .in ) Augial |tu* ol an Order of th. f Appeal dated Ihe Sin dav of July. M—4a I 1MB there will be a*l up fur rale lo Ui* i %  > i igbeat bidder al Hie Offlc* ol the L I*I I *Ii* Aaatalanl Courl of Appeal at the j CO-JH Hoejaw. Br1d*l*rwn, between Ih* ...iir* of 12 inooni and 1 o'clock In th. .He.noon on Prlda/ Ute 10th day of OcIOber. 1S43 All thai certain BM SI ,.l of tend "lunte near Melioee kn pariah of Saint Thomaa and Ulami Rartiadi— ,1 nne rood and hlilv-fly* perr-ne* i„ raa MM SMSHB %  and boundirul on i. of Lilian Hollov *v on landa of a e called ••Melioa* 1 on land* of the deeeaied. and on owever ela* lb* i* may abut and ound and It not for Ml* on avery %  urceedlnc Frtdav CHANCERY SALE IIRn. for a Qualified Mldwllc. lwe*n th* ag* of M and M Wl ecetved bv the Churchwarden Mr" 11 ralma. Wolche*. Ch Ch up lo 3 p rn Hock In the pariah of laland aforcald centelnlng by admaaiuionicnl %  aryan ptrcbea or lhare IAbutting on land* of 1. ( on Mnd* of ona Arthur, deraeaod. on Unda ol on* Corbin of L. CadoB*" and on a Public Hoad or however elie Ih* ^ abut and bound and B*C"NILY A1X THAT icitaln piece of land illuate al Brig',urn Road In the pariah and Laland of Barbadua nforaaaid contain iwanbr aad four fUiha IH <. oft landa of W II Lead, one Blackrtl mi band, of meaauag* ur dwelllruihu aad) ereclhm. ihaream ri-iET PBlCaV IJM • 0 Ualr 01 ante 1Mb Augual. IBM day* -HI M] %  radii ili.nl... 10 Signed O. S CORBIN NOT1UI. ii'li" ii-'i II SCHOOL The following I* Ihe Hit of iucce.-f.il .ndidJtr* for Open Enlninc* lo ComUjlll I School Li.f of candidate. Ml %  rloui icholarahlp. have already been ubmllted to echolanhlp awarding uOioritie*. and iucc**eful candidate* RN rice acholaiahlpa will be nMISe-l r. „ ,,. | : ... cMdNM I APAISTRONa. Mvran Auilln I TAYLOR Carl Alaernor. t MO-IRT. Carl DrIJa.c QRAHAM. Ver* Bk-hoid WIUCJINS. Watw-in Th**yphiiui AIJCIN". Eric Blwln I'LEMBNTS. Wlruton AlatUu.r %  HARRIS, Erie Harcourt .i.riMHN C*eil._AUwiMm ARC>HEC' 'A BTEAMEK A STEAMER NaRTHBOI SB A STRAMEJt" Due Barbadoa. Augual Sail. nail* Arrive 1—u-.l 11.HI.. *>arbai July IS July so July as Jubv IB .,, | U Auguat is Auguit "*IM as September 1 Sapl Aasaly:-DA IOSI A a CO.. 1). CANADIAN BBEV1CB fk HARRISON LINE OITWAIU FRO H THE UNITRD K1NUDOH S3. "SCHOLAR S3. ''CJtOrTER'' SS. "SPECIALIST' S.S. "TROJAN STAR" Ix>nd.>ri and M/Urough LoiKii-n Glasw and L i>oul Livci pool 26th July lOUi Aug. 2nd Aug. 15Ih Aug. 2nd Aug. lfllh Aug. 2nd Aug. 16th Aug. HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No. 1 \V\K.MM.S Pay no attention to rumour.. Look out warnings. for official %  omwAao ro* TBK DNTRO KINGDOM S.S. s.s. "CRISPIN" %  rOKESTEHFar CloatIn Barbaalot. I. 'iidun 2nd Aug. Liverpool 2nd Aug. For further information apply to DA COSTA MvMsle SUttsntry I OH IMMIRS I a co LTU.A.ml. WE HAVE — — III It IIOOI IM. I'AIM al S L.iO per Gallon rfff-. CKJXTHAL 0MI' One small property as the Garden Land, price 51.500.00. One small property st Hothersal Turning, price 52 200.00. One house at Fairfleld, Blnck Rock, price 5900 00, part can he paid on terma and the balance monthly. D'ARCY A SCOTT, Auctioneer a Real Estate Agent. ^CHRISTIAN SCIENCE f 1 or thereabout* Abutting land! ol Blanch Gltten. tha Bourn and on a Pub'lc Road ur abut and bound Together Wllh Ih* d all and ungular other th* building. 11 WILLIAMS. Rcgntrar-in-Chancery Ju .. IBM M.T READING ROOM "O perteel Life, in Tnj comabderwee h*id. Nan* can b*yond Thy omnipotence at ray. Cnrlatian SeSanca Hymnal as Thl. booh may b* teaa..^rcwed or purchaaed at Ih* Reedtn| Room ov Bewen a. Bona. Broad Street %  Opt* 10 a m -2pm Ttieeda\B, Wadneadavarnda-i 10 a m 12 oelock on Salurday. TAKE NOTICE EE • | A1X Alt* WELCOME. ^ |..i Weiley AUJIYNFWinihroe WA1COTT I-eater Antbunv IIRATHWAITE. Colin PMrlck IN.-E. CMH M.uilc sM/MI, Ronald Erin • Ml I W* ter ArleaSIi AIICIIER. Itentlev Cameron Ektaler iiKuWSr CHea Varaon UVM1R i II" 1 DannU RattT. Alb.il I.IUMI Biamark IIIJTT. Hi-ii Anihun* Cl'MUFeUlATCM. Wilfred lluh Kill. V-rii..,i oNe.il. *, Ar^Iirit. Alwvn Addiao.i lj Forester's Scholarihip Q AppllcBllona i" wrlttnc. add drcaard to tfce secretary. Court A St MMhaell rrlamn'd will be O received up tn S=turd*T. SRd t> Ausuit. ISM. lor one Enabling *> Srholarraip tenable at any Bral V II* Recn Court St MM liirl't Diamond Dayrrll'i Road St Michael IS SO.T.SS—4*1 Thai THE (ItltANA MATCH naiHMvalitv Manumctui*ra. whoae Iti.et u*uffrlu*n. Rrltiali mark In Part "A of Raa* reamer Ih* earn* after one month frci parwon ahall m Ihe meantlm* glv* %  opuoaitioai of inch nagtelraSion Th* D.ied thai Mrd day ad July. IBM SIR) ..I lliili.ii MAM Watel • uf trad* anfMahat. and will b* enutici la 1.1 d^y of July. IBM. uma*. won* ba duplicate lo m* at irv ofher ol aaark ! Hegiaier in reaped of manufactured tobacco and will b* entitled M irgl.ter ihe .in.after on* month from Ih* 11.1 d*> of Jalv, ISM unlaia %  e*n* a*-*on .hall lii Ih* meentim* pea nolle* In duplicate to me M my office of oa>p.i.tl*r of *uch reajUtratten The trade mark. can ba aeen .>n i g pl ln tllin M aa* afnee Dated ihi. and day of July. IBM H WiLLLAMB. Hegirtrar of Trad* Mar** ii -:gg \Ollt I. CAITAIN OWNEaSB OR AGENTS Of the Vanaaswlan Motor V****l -OIXIR1A MARIA" do nol hold thvmaelvaa r**pori*ibIa for any debt or debt* eonlraetrd by any iktearaWr.af th* crew of thl* eaaaal wkla* M part B, BL *VfBB a ivMrtM. CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT The ( .in.uli.m National Steamships wish to announce that there will be no interruption of their freight services although the last sailing of the "Lady" ships will be from Montreal the latter part of Ociobti. 1952. The Company will continue n> provide a regular and frequent freight service (including refrigerated space) from Saint John aud Halifax formightly in winter to Bcrmudj. St. Kitts, Ajitigua, Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia. li.irba

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PACE TWO BAIBADOB UiViKWTI SATIRDAV U Cl --I -'. S Ccudb galling M R AND MRS PIERRE To Take up Appointment I ARNAL arrived here recently from Caracas by B.W I A. for holiday and are uucsts al the Leaving Today M MICHAEL FREDERICK C J B. Fr R CTUHNINU day by Venezuela tolony Huh. St. James . chaplain oi the Weitbury spending a muiitii s holiday at "."L." 'SS-^TiS"**^ ( "" ^^ '"' MareaoiBeoch flats, St : ,^I7L Hagiatl Hall. left for Jamaica on r;<, p re M r. and Mrs. F. E. Germany at vhursday morning by B.W.I A Donald to take ap an appointo- ngtnecr at Frome. one of I '*)Tate and Lvlcs Estates. On Business And Pleasure issue la the war he French Consular Repr. i Hi %  'iI'd hi* riutic* | zuclj tnree .lit" at Fletcher's iy|l< ANDREW CHIUSllNE.^, Derby, a at Bla holiday rtl.i : I nd their The -ill USJ had %  joyable holiday and it was with regret that they were leaving thiIsland. They however hope to leturn here s soon as possible. Mr. Donaldson la In charge of TOl'R INDIVlltl \|. HOROSCOPE KOK SATl KDAV. \II.IST2. 1952 Manager of the Crntral and then *pent Agency leu on Thursday mornwith hi* relatives prior to taking 'h* Accounting Department of ing by B.W.I A for 1'uerto Rico up his acw appointment. SnHI Venezuelan Oil Conceptions where he will travel by Fan While in England he played •'t Cibimaa. A keen golfer, he American Airways to Scotland imkd for Derby and hopes to ha* enjoyed many a game at the via New York. He has gone continue with the game in Rookley Club with the local borne for three months on busl* Jamaica. player* during his stay on the ocas coupled with pleasure. Hi* eldest sister. Mrs. Henry i*land. Mr. Cnnstine was accompanied Nurse Is also living In Jamaica by his wife and their two sons, where her husband I* employed Off to U.S.A. Alex and Blalr. During his ab.,., n guinear with New Yarm aus E A STUART sence. Mr. E B. King is acting Manager M" On Holiday RRIV1NG in u colony ThurMlay morning W.I.A from Trinidad WM Mr. C Blacken. on of iho lain Rv. anJ ~. Ild n a l Silver Sand: — "Broughdern." Black Rock. Sales Representative lrfl )y B .W l.A, for Antigua and M R. AND MRS. E A. FLYNN l*uerto Rico on Thursday inornand their daughter Patricia. arrived from Trinidad on Thursday : ,i"ining by B.W.I.A. for a month's holiday which they are Mrs. W. E, Blackett ul St. Judcs, St George. Mr. Blackett has been living In San Fernando. Trinidad, for the past five years and ha.. come over for three weeks' holiday. During his stay here he wi'l be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. U 1TX dent of the Chamber King, of Chape! Strett, SpeightsCommerce In AnUgua and a Dili.wn. icctor of Brown and Co.. relumed home on Thursday morning Received Clothing bs B.W I A. after mndta %  A QUANTITY of worn clothing %  hort visit here on husjness He Sa just been received from %  *"* l Su ^ r Mnr '" ( """' the Friendly Committee of the "ouse Mr. Flynn is Sole: live of the Federation Life Association. Paid Short Visit M R HARRY MURPHY. Presling en route to the USA Girl Guide Raffle T B RAFFLE of a bicycle in aid of the Girl Guide Association dosed on Tharsday i>nd the "spinning of the whn-1" WH done through the courtesy of the Barbados Turf Club. The winning numbers are 80S and 241 and the holders are ashed to call to Miss Frank al the Girl Guide Shop of Messrs Cave Shepherd and Co IJd fnr Mn-i." I'M. Children's Goodwill LgsUlM Ot New York and will be distributed at the League':. Centre. Constitution Road, on Wednesday, August 6th. at 1 p.m. Barbadian Returns To U.S.A. M R. R. P. PROUT win. been holidaying here. For Trinidad Holiday M R. an.I MRS. FRANK PILGRIM <>f V> re passengers for SEN and their two children TniWlad Dj l.Wl A. m ThursAnna and Hennlng from San nay. They have gone Tome, Venezuela, who had been holiday, holidaying here for the past two treks as guests at Super Mar Five Languages M R. AND MRS. A. V. HANThorns* SEN and their two children 'I rinidad jL 1.00k in ^ A hat y> the s(cti< four birthday comes and ur outlook is, acrtordlng to the star*. ^ aMM Wnh jutt enough optimism and plenty of 'T Match 21—April M common sense your ball of progress can t\ lo high BCnisvsmtnl Professional matters, banking, athletic outstanding. * • • Fine productive day for the smartly energetic. Caution during a.m. could avoid much contention. You should make fresh progress. Heart interests rate. too. 'H -it + Excellent period for educators, research. J^ %  nglneers. general business. Most personal Interests, domestic and social affairs can bring satisfactory results with proper manit agement. ^ • • • Especially auspicious for medical research. J^ dentistry, handling larga consignments, urgent business. Gains through co-operation with keen minds, persons of high jL etunetei ^ * Tedious matters, union contracts, practical >> affairs negd watching. Go carefully. — peel olhets' TAURUS ji April 21May 20 OGMINI May 21 -June 20 CANCER June 21-July CHee Discuss Free Kudio MEXICO CITY. July SI. ... issues of n nouncing problems were under study by committees furmed at the llrst annual meeting of the Radio Announcers. Announcers and radio personnel r< i North and South Ami-r can countries began their first session on %  Delegates met briefly In a morning session on Wednesday, and i guests of Mexico at a noon luncheon spon•Ored by the City Council. The committees have been organized to discuss and formulate resolutions on "freedom of cx"languages", and duties and obligations". Luis Farias of Mexico hae bet ed president of the organization. Jaime Font of Argentine Is Vice President and Modesto Vasquez of Cuba, General Secretariat. Sessions are expected to continue throughout the week.—H.F. Wt yesterday morning by B.W.l.A. for Puerto Rico on hi* way back to New York. Mr. Prout who ll a Barbadian has been living in New York since 1911 and Is a prominent spoil-man linn Since tearing Barbados in 1911 Mr. Prout later visited his home In 1925 and was happy to be back again to see his many friend*. Guest House. Worthing^ will be remaining for mother week beh fore returning to Venczuel Mi. Mansen who Is with the> Mene. Grande Oil Co. Torn* was originally from Denmark, but had been residing In Venezuela for the past five atul a half years. Although he has not travelled extensively, yet he speaks In addition to Danish, four other languages, namely—Spanish, English, German and Swedish. First Visit P AYING his first visit to Barbados is Mr. A. E. Mohablr. prominent merchant of San Fer__ nando. He arrived on Tuesday Htui ''y B.W.I A. for two weeks' holiday during which time he will aiu-nd the Races. Mr. Mohablr is a guest at Indramer Guest House. Worthing. LEO Joly 24— Aog. 22 C4II I 1 The Garden—SI. Jam's i A-i •HON Tosrrt sat nrn M i kSBSSS %  ' %  !1. -,(. f %  m a HON Mtl %  . 1.M lltt Mill Mill aTTAEM rm HOLT MSB* -1 ii.. ULTM C1TT i.\*i •• pj U-g—ITl Hnona OBM.' ') TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. AND CONTINUING DAILr ^*s^"*!Ml! e % OrrnlW T.- ind canUnulm D^l IT H V 1 RED MOUNTAIN STAINED BY THE BLOOD OF THE WEST'S GREATEST HEROES I ALANLADD tops the thrills of "Branded'" and •Whispering SmitUl" Listening Hours feelings. A little carelessness "lews may change outVIKOO Aug. 23—Sept. 23 For Three Weeks S PENDING three weeks' holiday In Barbados is Miss Joy Brakthwaite of the Control Board To them and hU "au revolr." elatlvw he says dos whlch he \\^ n be is hoping to ret This is his first visit to BarbaTrinidad. She In by the B much thti R 20 flight from Plarco again. dB y morning Bnd is a gUfgl nt *^ u i.j The Stream. Un Holiday l(> u„. : ;imt ,,. A RRIVING from Trinidad on portunkty and staying nt "LeatonWcdnesday night b y on-Sea" is Mrs. Sylvester Barnes TIE Misses R>*eclcer and B W.I.A. were Miss Audrey whose husband Is a Civil Barvant MoltY Jack were arrivals on Henderson and her niece, Mis* attached to the Mental llospitii. Thursday morning bv BG. AirHlrina Henderson, a graduate of as PrlncidS.1 Olllcer. She will be ways fro.n St Vincent to spend Pace College. New York. They the summer holidays with their hnvc come over for a holiday relatives. They are the daughters and have taken a flat at Maresol, of Mr. R N. Jack, Acting Labour St Ijiwrence Gap. Commissioner and Mrs. Jack of % %  .,.•. a* e* J r\'\ the Garrison With Mene Grande Oil Rosecleer is an Assistant Mls' n C 1 Eri n ^> In Student attending the same school. Pedro Arroyo and their son FranJudith, Jennifer and Junior and Mualr Mistress Returns %  "" '' )IL V. ruruela. They arihey are staying at 'Beach View music'•"'• wvmmmmm ( ^ on Tnurgday mornin g by Maxwell Home BW.IA from Trinidad where Mr. King is Senior Stati they had remained for one week Officer, BW.IA., at Piano An and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. port Vemon Tinlght of "Mervue". With T.T.L. H U "*?—,.,„ ~ !" ..i n n i th. Ci'ENDiNG %  boUdai in BartawStfP&ijrtm "o^. *.uarS ment Relations Department of the "' T.I..L.. Point a Piene. He urMene Grande Oil Company — a 'jved on Thursday morning by company with which he was an B.W.I.A. and is staying with hn employee for 26| years. lelatlves at Rocklcy. Labour Commissioner's Daughters for three Station Officer at Piarco M R. G. KING, a Barbadian, working in Trinidad for the past 12 years, arrived here Thursday by B.W.I.A. for a holitress of the Girls' High School In OPENDING two weeks holiday dHy> H e was accompanied by Kingstown, while her sister is s ITF In Barbados are Mr. and_Mrs. his wife and three chlldi i llii'.h M ISS JF.AN I.AWSON. Mislrees of CodrtDglOl School for the |-al thre,. ye now on her way back to Sortland. She left "ii Thursday morning by B.W.I.A. for Antigua and Puerto RVo afl route to New York where she will take the Queen Mary to England. BY THE WAY 6y BEACHCOMBER rpHE rrtuclion of mmwin. and Inl.rluilr o^Ye^V^mSm^lTr" uta ij^Raffva-si; A NEW .PP^C lo *. h ^Mjy-pT !" %  business colleagues. Codforth yesl\ horn queatlon may or may tcrday visited the museum, and not have been badly needed, but filled u sack with snuff-boxes, the man who has Invented an miniatures, medallions, and so electric shoc-hom is, 1 suppose, forth. entitled to call himself a pioneer. Asked, at the exit, what he wss Collectors of centipedes, who carrying, Codforth said: "Utter, usually provide tiny shoes to enThe public is becominc Increasable their best specimens to walk Ingly untidy. I found half a hakeon gravel wiUiout discomfort, will sandwich and n pail of broken be mtSsTul fur this invention. braces lying about." Asked weio which will save them and the had sent him, Codforth said: centipedes many man-hours. Hut "Board of Trade." Foulenough llsh will go on as before. himself visited another museum, where he wrapped a small staluo ihe jungle play* ledptroo on Ihe edrjf of the swamp. If is time /or the crocodile lo smile. (Wesl African saying.) CROSSWORD In a shawl. "My little boy has fainted." he said to an official. Maturing fur plrimurf S PEEDING from 60 miles on hour lo 100 In this ncu* car irtu like getting a kick in Ihr back. (News Item.) A -Itintiurtl iCItrk 'TVIE most exciting Prodnosc: Fish have no feet. .Myself: That's what I mean. The invention will mean nothing to them. / /iihi/)/i An imperfect knowledge oi Ihe English tongue often leads fof' cigners astray. (Travel literature.) Here lies John Bean, who all untimely died /lui was eaten by barbarians. •'// you're a bean." the cannibal .'%  %  /tain cried. "Then we are vegetarians." 1 T— 1— 1 u• F— P I s %  1 T" %  1 • %  SGMM on Ihr -himA CHANNEL, swimmer who WSI branch of statistics Is called vital statistics. The research workers of the boot and shoe industry have produced a book which Is as full of facts as the List of Huntingdonshire Cabmen. For the first time the average height of a South African girl's big-toe Is revealed. ^"1waded ashore on the South The export Arms will never again Coast was black from head to foot have any excuse for getting this with oil. "Is you-all from the measurement wrong—unless shoes deep Saouth?" Inquired the Mayor, exported to South Africa are "No. Nantwich." replied the swimbought by girls who do not eonmer. "Were your parents black?" form to the average measure— pur>ued the indefatigable funcments. Go ahead exporters will tionary. •Certainly not," respondprobably throw In a few pairs ed. the exhausted champion. with a lower of a higher big-toe. "Well, but." vouchsafed the pcrAn Afghan with six toes will do plexed dignitary. "It's oil." blurtwell to have his shoes made at ed the affronted athlete. "Somehome. By the way, Is there a spebody's trainer isn't using Snlbbo." jg cial iced shoe for fakirs w*io walk interpolated an impudent beach "> on burning coals to wear when attendant, with a silly giggle The ,..', A quin rotabaar trMinnaiy. iSi WNM intended to walK '. bSa %  •nil 'if Hi* tr*ct ISI openlv dtclsrp. I4I llrfer to pci ini ii itfi DS S1 SUPO imi! U n sui cure, fti AMHln-t s LII H lUIHH OU1 I !!'. % %  Ill1t IWI ThM U ioo- i n 1 jl Hie whou Rrlviaai lu SUlwaiO la ott MW W !SI .... tnui -noi m DP acsatii < > pu: UW rumn as i f'lil they are relaxing and off duty' divoncerted. Mayor rubbed his %  x vroiK In Assortment of • LADIES' NYLON HOSE $2.0, J2.I5, $2.28, S2.ll • LADIES' NYLACE HOSE $2.50 • LADIES' 1.ISI.E HOSE $1.31 • CHILDREN'S ANKLETS 30, 32 ft 46 CENTS — ALSO NEW SHIPMENT OF . • MEN'S WILSON F ELT HATS SHU T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS %  pt 24— Oct. 23 SCORPIO Oct. 24—HOT. 22 HAI1ITTARI1-I1 • but you will Thil yOU can Avoid people, idly asj>ects most of day for you and ^ %  s. Doi.'t boss the show or rewrite ^ id. from being !ndo'muc|. h. loak. • • Soma favourable openings, l, ivs in IKready, willing I"if in Ihe riuht spirit, tilings that might influence ,„ %  * others. ilhcrs' i-n-el! • • • Be (oeclfle but also diplomatic, don't ovcrJ "d don't be disap^^ pointed. You will fair well tomorrow if ^r today you prepare things today. • • m See that other' really understand you. But ^ KOT, 33—I>sc 2S')'< BSsjfacl tubs that should be done In one try V,'.all procrastinate at times. %  VOid thai e-pecially. • • • -,_.____-._ v,,u can attain line results from honest, id, CAPRICORN glncera effort well planned. Your planets ~ D*c. 23 -Jan. 21 .„ f uvuur ublc aspect now. Don't rush things. Make sure, ask information. • • • AQUAB.rOH BUOtsI mixed till 3 p.m. Be on guard Jan. 99 — Feb. 20 n< ' ,aKe 'oollah chances with valuables. •£ This can be .i good day, as with other ** rodiacal Datives, via wise management. • • • <-M rotir brain is the formula fi H giMid day such as this. Pace your action give full effort to important ^ riBOES 21 March 20 I hat matters. P.M. favours romance, family ^ YOU BORN TODAY: are in a zodlcal sign representing ^power. Oentrally energetic, you too often take things at face J^ value instead of Investigating, Sun, your planet, indicates st) mid strength In Chsmcterlttki; many good traits. Cul%  fC''lie %  steady calm attitude. Dont be a tempest when arousjL ad Make able salesmen, actor .official, nurse, athlete, soldier. ^ of: John Tyndall. Rng. natural scientist: Westbrook coiuninlat. 4)rPHl + Jf * Incidental Intelligence I T must come us ;i shock tfl wethani srksa, i ftor %  %  .: 1 %  i v 111 -i %  .i i little rlve-fool girl vrttfa u IWOBI bee uHnea Un In a tvogsvOear ta Lawes* B*om< Journal. * TO-DAY 4.4.1 & 8.:t0 P.M. AND CONTlNl'lN<; DAILY 4.45 & 8.30 tr K 1# f# # It I one mistake... seen by his son... 4 unleaLshes 111• // crreatest drama of our day ZJc Fredric March Winittf MiU*iP(ijfBrMsi ants -*id•M MarltlviSt Hcnais Extra: Short: "PUNCHY UK LION" Ann Latest News Reel Talking Point ShrTf anftfto liiiuno HOf* • nstassos assse nave <" "'• $IW*I of fascination if lhe\i %  -Bcacimfleld. The mass (met desper Comfort and Contentment Oie lait smile and then — iweet dreams' All the cares and worries of the day are over now for Baby — lost In a delicious drowsiness. And that delightful Cow A Gate Baby Powder — with its soft caress and delicate odour—! Really, things aren't so bad after all." sighs Baby, "good night. everybody — good night DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 COWtCATE FOR COMFORT £. CONTENTMENT J. B. LESLIE & CO., LTD — Agenti. WHAT A ff.tf'f'l' FAMKYr OFF TO THE RACES and we're taking along a picnic lunch with plenty of iced chocolate to refreshen us — we make it with ••PFTF.R'S" Cocoa—the one and only cocoa for us — we like it hot and we like it cold—try it to-day. It's sold in J lb. tins only 24 cents \ lb. tins only 48 cents THIS IS A NESTLE'S PRODUCT Illl ll



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PACK FOIB BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl ItPAV. AVC.hJT i. 1*K BARBADOS Jk ADVOCATE Oar Common Ht-riliige-l.t li> F. A. HOTI Saturday. Aucuil 2. 1*52 HORACE 1IIII.II IO\ SIM i.ilist Federation ACCORDING lo well-informed opinion in Jamaica Mr. Manley's political party would have little chance of replacing Mr. Bustamante's labour party if election* were held now. But the size of th*.' Jamaican House of Representatives allows more scope for the working of a party system than does the much smaller Barbados House of Assembly. The significance of Mr. Manley's views on federation depends therefore on his chances of attaining political power in Jamaica. These are not great. Mr. Adams's views on the other hand are of considerable importance. There is no likelihood at all of Mx. Adams political party being defeated in any immediate elections and the only effective opposition to Mr. Adams in the Barbados House of Assembly will come, if it comes, from within his own parly Mr. Adams has said in so many words that he is only interested in a Socialist West Indian Federation. He is reported as having said in Queen's Park on Sunday night: "we have got to convert every colony in the West Indies to BM that only socialism can pull us out before we can say—have Federation to-mor row." Nothing could be plainer than these words. Mr. Adams is not interested in a federation which is not socialist. The West Indian Federation which Mr. Adams anvil ages is a West Indian Federation guided by the Labour Party of Barbados and by the People's National Party of Jamaica. There is no room in Mr. Adams' West Indian ^ %  deration for Mr. Bustamante's Labour Party and no room at all for the politicians who now wield power in Trinidad. Mr Adams expresses himself quite forcibly about Trinidad. It is, he says, the most backward political portion of the British Caribbean area. It is most important that Barbadians and indeed West Indians should fully understand the views of Mr. Adams on federation because Mr. Adams is the most ardent champion of West Indian federation, the most sincere believer in West Indian unity to be found in the British Caribbean to-day. Only by uniting Mr. Adams means the uniting of West Indian socialisi political parties to form a West Indian socialisi Federation. This attitude of Mr. Adams is a consist ent attitude and Mr. Adams has never left anyone in doubt as to his real intentions He will not. so long as he wielda political power join in any federation which is not a socialist federation. And he believes that a socialist federation is possible. Is Mr. Adams correct in his belief? Will the West Indies ever become a socialist federation? Mr. Adams believes it is possible but he cannot, nor can anyone else, say that such an event will take place in the near or distant future. But whether Mr. Adams will ever see a socialist federation or whether the West Indies will ever become federated at all Is less significant at present than Mr. Adams' plain statement that when he talks about West Indian unity or West Indian federation he is thinking in terms of alliances between socialist parlies in these West Indian territories. He is not thinking of a West Indian federation in which Mr. Bustamante's political party or Mr. Gomes' political influence will be representing Jamaica or Trinidad in a Federal Government. What then is the significance of Mr. Adams' views on federation? Paradoxical as it may seem, Mr. Adams is the greatest opponent of West Indian federation as proposed by the Ranee Report to be found in the British Caribbean to dav. Because there is little or no chance of "socialist" parties as Mr. Adams uses the w<.rd coming into power in Jamaica or Trinidad in the immediate future. Mr. Adams may regard Trinidad as the most backward political portion of the British Caribbean area but his views are not shared by the majority of Trinidad's people. Trinidad because of greater natural resources will always play a greater part in Caribbean affairs than Barbados and there is greater possibility of the island becoming a centre for Indian nationalism than of breeding the kind of socialist political partv which wouli give it an entree into Mr. Adams' West Indian federation. Jamaicans show no sign of cooling off their liking for Mr. Bustamante in favour of his more learned cousin Mr. Manley. and the Jamaica Labour Party is not one step behind ihe People's National Party in showing readiness for federation or Jamaican self-government. Mr. Adams, however unique his position in the world of international labour, (and it is unique) is a much smaller figure in the present West Indian political constellation. His political power is limited to Barbados, which must always remain junior to Trinidad and Jamaica. Political!) the Windward and Leeward islands are closer to Trinidad than to Barbados although Mr. Bird of Antigua and Mr. Bradshaw of St. Kit is ought to qualify for membership of Mr. Adams' Socialist West Indian federation The onlv possible conclusion t*> be made after analysis of the West Indian political I situation is that either Mr. Adams will have t Join a West Indian federation which is not socialist or stay out of feder on altogether. The latter lourse is the more likely. DURING the episcopate of Bishop Coleridge an attempt had bean made to enlarge the lnstituUon of Hjirtson's Tree School. aa Harrison College was then tailed. Significantly enough, that WBI lime of considerable change in ihe field of education in England. The age of reform had begun lo have a welcome influence on the work and curriculum of the Public Schools. Tfae days were rapidly passing when order w;is kept by terror and hoys were sometimes known lo break out into open rebellion. For, Thomas Arnold, one of the products of the reform movement, had started the great work of widening the curriculum and civilising the life of the English Public Schools. Ripples of the movement launched by Arnold and other ivforming Headmasters were ,uun to reach Barbados. A meeting was held in the Island nn April 28, 1832. "to take into consideration the best practical means of carrying into operation the Prospectus for extending the Establishment" of Harrison College and the Attorney General, William Snarpe. was moved to make a speech which reflecie'l leybury, which were destined to become renowned centres of education, had been udded to the list of Public Schools in the Mother Country. At the time• England had not yet accepted the principle that the resources of the state should be used to provide a good secondary education for the children of the poor. Vel, while there was a crying need f'.) years until It was dcslroyed by the hurricane of 1180 After .. number of years It wa* opened, thtinks to a donation of £400 which was part of a Urge sum that had been raised In England for the rebuilding "I churches and schools In Barbados. The hurricane of 1B31 di I some damage lo the school but its work was continued after only a short Interval. In former years the only "nnngrade" school in the Island had been the Lodge School. decrib"l at the time as "a school to, gentlemen's sons." Harrison;. School In those days did useful work by educating "the sons ol respectable and wealthy families" and by giving free instruction for many who would otherwise have been unable to attend a good school. But a^ lt yean passed. It became obvious thai the school would have to bo extended to provide ., wide curriculum for the youth of Barbados and the Mtghfaourlnf Islands and prepare Uafjffl f rt the English universities. The demand for the extension of thu M-hool became more and more insistent until 1871 when it was removed from its ite behind the Cathedral to its present situation. A year later, the school was fortunate to secure 'he services of Horace Deighton as Hi %  dfoaiter, With the removal of the school to its new site, a greal epoch was to bssfjn m its history. Th* great ,.de during this period was largely due to the firm and dynamic leadership of the new Headmaster. Deighton. who was a Scholar of Queen's College Cambridge, had been Headmaster of Queen's Royal College In Trinidad before coming to Barbados. He at once set himself to the task of raising Harrison College to the standards of trie recently improved Public School system in England. Deighlon'a labours, especial!/ at the beginning of his regime, would have been much heavier without the help and counsel of Bishop Mltchlnson. For the latter, in spile of his many interests, played an enthusiastic part in establishing the school on a sound foundation and Increasing its scope of usefulness. To raise the standard of teaching at the College, Deighton resolved to removal had emphasised that i playing field was an "adjunct" which was considered "absolutely necessary U> the success of a good school" In the Mother Country. It took a year or two to get the new grounds into proper condition and then the College set out to make Itself a formidable forte in the cricket world. Whereas the Lodge School had been the cricketing pioneers in the Island and had consistently maintained a high standard of proficiency. Harrison College was soon to become a skilful exponent of the gamo and — l a b ll ah Itself as a nursery Jor great cricketers. The year 1677 was the beginning of a great era in the cricket history of the College and two years later the school was so confident of its prowess that it undertook a lour—which was completely successfully—to St. Kltts and Antigua. engage the services of Ihe best teachers he could find. It is to his credit that Harrison College soon procured a number of gifted teachers whose names were to be cherished by several generations of Barbadians. Not the least of these was G. F, Franks who later became Principal of Queen's College, British Guiana. Wlulithe teaching of Mathematics was in Deighlon'a capable hands, it was largely due to Franks that Harrison College was imbued with a love of classical learning that was to establish a strong tradition in favour of the humanities. Other outstanding teachers were Framplon, Ross Barker and Arthur Somers Cocks; and there was an important extension of the wont of the school when J. B. (afterwards Sir John) Harrison was appointed Island Professor of Chemistry and Agricultural Science. Scientific subjects were then added to the curriculum of the College and the leaching of Science was further strengthened when J. P. D'Albuquerque succeeded Harrison as Island Professor. l-'rom Triumph to Triumph With such talented assistants, lXMghlon was able to guide the College to a position of strength and prestige. Within a few years, Harrison College began to turn out a long succession of scholars who were lo win conspicuous %  u me* at the universities. The effect of Delghton's methods was .... ,tl a %  .i I. 1874 when Hie College won the Gilchrist Scholarship and repeated that %  UBCSSBJ fin* six successive years. The Gilchrist Educational Trust had founded this scholarship for the benefit, advancement and propagation of learning in every part of the world." and it was a considerable triumph when Harrison CoUessi won sever. 1 .iw.ivcis of the scholarship after pupils of West Indian schools were deemed eligible for It. The year 1879 was to prove h.ippy augury for the future. Foi in that year E. G. Pilgrim won the Gilchrist Scholarship and W. T. A. Emtage became the first Barbados Scholar. Both of these scholars were to win significant triumphs, the former r.i iidualiiu: .it *N<' lir.ul of the medical list at the University of %  dtnburs**, th-1.Liter winning three first*, al Oxford. glNM lv%v men were merely the forerunMr| of those who were to win Innumerable academic distinctions ;it the,world's leading centres of learning. But Deighton did not set himself a narrow academic Ideal. His aim was that Harrison College should win prizes not only In the scholastic world but in the field of alhleUc endeavour. One of the chief reasons why the school had been moved to Its new site was thai Uie school building behind the Cathedral had no playing field attached to it—one of the sponsors of the IIORACK DEIGHTON A Legendary Figure To few men is it given to become legends during their life time, yet such was the lot that fell to Horace Deighton. His tall, powerful frame, his flowing beard, his commanding figure, his booming voice, all combined to make him a person of awe and reverence not only to the boys of the school but to the community at large. He belonged to an age that firmly believed In the maxim that, If you spared the rod, you would spoil the child. The gentler spirits of the present age may urge in objection that Deighton established his complete ascendancy over the school through the methods of fear rather than of love. Certainly he struck terror into the hearts of the malefactors and the nervous child may have found him a disturbing pretence. Yet evidence is not wanting to show that, although he insisted on the great essen'iala of work and discipline, he succeeded In winning the resfsfect % %  '"I affection of many generations of schoolboys. When Deighton went on leave in 1880, word had got around the boys that his locum lenens would be Bishop Mitchinson who was reputed to be a severe disciplinarian. The school poet promptly pot lo work to express the views of his mates and. according to ono story, on the day when Minhii:-on arrived to take up his duties al the College the following verses were posted up in the school. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday — Etiquette is not only for the social climbers. Even prisoners have a code of social behaviour. When one invited the other to lend a hand with a hose by calling him "man," the reply came without hesitation, "next time you call me mister." Well, well. We shall soon have to employ prisoners to teach the rest of us good manners. Tuesday — The liberties the Players take with Oscar Wilde. They unsexed th* footman (there is no maid in my edition (Pan: on sale at the Advocate Stationery) and they Cardewed the Honourable Gwendolyn Fairfax. No wonder that the prologue of the exceptionally well printed programme commented that "The Importance of Being Earnest" bears no close resemblance to any other well-known play in English—not even to any of the other works of Oscar Wilde." Frankly, I don't know what this means. Does Hamlet bear resemblance to Macbeth or Twelfth Night to Much Ado? Only Wild* could have written the Importance of Being Earnest as any one who had read De Profundb would know. But only the Players it seems would have unsexed the footman. Small matter, however, because we hardly noticed since all eyes were on little Cecily. Wednesday — One of Evelyn Waugh's heroines. Lady Mulholland, if my wretched memory serves, used to avoid traffic jams near the Ritz by accelerating on to the pavement and doing her own bypass. In Bridgetown we're not quite so fast, but we're getting close. The olhe: night when the normal parking place was filled opposite the only theatre we have the policeman told me, "drive on to the pavement!" I did so with greai delight. Thursday — Have you seen the strangest signs in Bridgetown ? There are quite a number of them but the one which struck me forcibly hangs over Busbey'b Alley at the James Street end. It reads "Hucksters removed to Temple Yard" You could hardly read it for the hucks *•**• . but this kind of thing is all of a piece with what goes on elsewhere in Bridgetown. In search of beauty the other day I motored through the Governor's Gatt which faces the Constitution bush ground (I had to sell my two-seater be cause when I offered a lift to two young ladies in bathing costumes the other da\ they sat down on the glass having walked through both doors without looking. I was so upset that I spent tht fifty dollars I was saving to pay m> income tax on purchasing the sort oi car that would do credit to our national park). I didn't find any beauty in the park. There was a big hole on my lef. full of cement and on my right a dry thatched hut with no water in the fountain. 1 expected to see all this, of course But I didn't expect to see crowds hang PAN BOOKS THX WIDEST SELECTION IN TOWN On Sale At -,, —, ADVOCATE STATION HI* IO*O0OOOO0r"^ J ^^^^^< -*'*-'-* J '''''' v V ,V ''' V ''''*'''''' ooni abov* ih Uaira %  many ish and loan ha will calm your fear. Plrav knael down. m :>v. II your courage fall. IDIM papa' m your — The rod -ill fall but fall In vain Thr pap*< shield* your — Irom pain. The reference to Deighton U clcarlv a friendly one and the spirit thai breathes through the verses could not have been bred in the scWl if the cockiness of the eternal school-boy hadbeen crushed by a tyrannical system. When Horace Deighton resigned the post of Headmaster in 1906, he had given thirty-four years of hit life to Harrison Coiiege. It hail been a long and settled regime, leadingthe school from one success to another In soholastic ;md athletic achievements. By the end of that time, the dHun) of the College wss assured and it could look forward lo the future with confidence. For this triumphal progress no OfM deserves greater credit lha'i Horace Deighton whose resourcefulness and courage both a." teacher and administrator brouafit the College to a recognised place among the fore%  iioola In the West Indies. (Next S..turxiav—Abel Groenidgel. Our Readers Say; "Riot*" To The Editor, The Advocate— live In PaMsLin fords "India" and slightly different rid that the Indians" .in" >r are not but it does not teacher reauses henriings of urn J ll ortata rntftruM i uMaj tindifferent sections of Indians here. lretiumablY an Indian wrote the synonyms**; SIR.—In a lettsr In your heading. appear that Thursday's lisue exception was t na t fact, taken to a partiRraph heading Such loose thinking and ttoo. "Indian Riots Broken Up." The |o t ir cannot be allowed to pass. With regard to ahe nuwutt writer is R.C. Murty, M.Sc., Dip. By the process of reasoning In among sections of Indiana, I Lib. one letter, it is to be presumed should like to ask why Ghandi The writer says that the riot* that a riot in Lahore, Pakistan Is died at the hand of an assassin lu'ike out in Lahore. Pakistan, not caused by the people of that and why is Pakistan independent "and India has nothing to do with country—Indians—hut by Chinese and separate and distinct from il." Who said that India had anyor Italians or Germans or BarIndia when Indians (not cooties) thing Co do with it" He says the badians. are the people of both countries. headline Is misleading and news Schoolboys know that Indians B. F. ing around the Queen's Park House. 1 suppose they were signing up or looking for work or something but why Queen's Park ? People go into a park to forget the sordid side of life, to enjoj the water in the lake, the gaily waving shrubs, to read and meditate in peace and comfort. That's what I thought until I drove through the Governor's Gate Now 1 know that the girls were righi and that there is much more recreation to be obtained by sitting by the roadside near a beach. ^ Friday — The other night I dreamed ; beautiful dream. Down by the Pierhead was a lovely pavilion. It was a circular pavilion and had room for fifty cars underneath. In front of the pavilion was a blaze of oleanders and a small fountain. In the centre of the carpark was a small circular staircase rising to 20 feet. Up stairs was a delightful restaurant oper to the sea. There were potted palms ant. concealed electric fans were swirling th< air around : the place was full of people It was lunch time. A string band wa> playing light popular tunes and every one was happy and gay. Then I woke up. The place was full of charcoal bagf and old iron and the sun had burnt J hole right through my Martinique hat Saturday — There is a wonderful photo o; a bonito in my favourite encyclopedia I looked it up today because last nigh I could scarcely see the sun set becauw of the clusters of jumping bonitos. Wher I read the little piece under the photo 1 did a somersault my self. "The flying *fish". says my well informed encyclopedia, "serves as iu food." Now that's just dandy. Nobody catche: the bonito in Barbados, they tell me because they can't afford the expensive nets required to catch them. Meanwhile, the bonito continue to multiply with greater rapidity than the bats in my roof And if the laws of survival operate according to expectations we ought someday to reach th stage when there are more bonitos looking for flying fish than they ate flying fish serving the bonitos for food. I should hate to eat hedgehog. Even "ning-nings"have too many prickles. & MARMALADE "FifHl choie*> on any nkvll..." Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Don't forget our l.isfHSMfcpeciaal* Gold Braid Rum (2 ft*. old> lo-dat's favour It* from start to finish Scotch Whiskey Rye Whiskey Hs-rve>" sherry Dry Sack Sherry Sandemsn's Port Canada Dry Drinks GODDARDS FOR YOUR MEAT DEPT. CHICKENS DUCKS TURKEYS IIAR BITS FHOZF.N HADDOCK FRESH VEGETABLES Order Your ENRICHED SANDWICH BREAD to-day BUTTER BEANS Hiper lb. SWEET COUNTER Sharp's Sweets Nut Roll Chocolates Marsh Mallo.ws. 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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, 1KZ OLYMPICS: SAMMY LEE DIVES TO OLYMPIC VICTORY More Swimming Records Broken Racing Notes League Cricket Notes (By SCK1B8LFR) last B, m\ K\ITI I ilunlav's SelectionThe inevitable string of ,. miiU.r-isualu** have ones **sin %  Kfurrrd bringing with them I rcrllr.g of ml regret, but ncver,h<+*not rendering the tipsters i..'. It* rimpUf) TRKVOK (.Ml K.iMitv i,,„,, II.K.nki LONDON, Aunusl 1 Sammy Lee has to be seen to be believed. I tell for Sammy when I saw him on an offia film of the 1948 London Game*. Today 1 saw birr | was even better that I had expected. Without question. he ig the best diver in the world. Coming out for the Una] uf the men = bjgti dfe 5S nu* easier. ~~fte new* that petition here Evll WbD Os* judtfc, much to the ..niiuyWeaafWete and Twinkle are ance of the crowd, gave him only Bw the Othfj twu Blade) up for it and his low i ,f 15.12 was still abof the best by the other dives. His best dive according to '.: nut mixed ui judges wu hii last, the running Ihls turn-. Thensttans no curt Uiiee .md lulf forward aoinar'or these volatile Uruguavaii).. aault for which the) gavt him 20 They did the WM thing at 'he points. But for me, the best ol I-.n Hall failed in their second inno ."f!i "V "IS* Ciod ; d look inns and were dismissed lor 86 r-TKriiS. !? """Telephone GrMru ne edlng 150 for victor, m the cloalnj sl.ge. of Ihe game acccpled Os. chaiUnga sndh.t had the task of sconng 55 fur ,„ f „ r lhe to V ul ry .s. W ? .' ""'"niplished u lde ,Bamette 21 witn tne loss or one wicket. way j or victory Duniuih 24 and Blackmail 24 were .„ ,.„„,. ,,. 1,7 ,„ ,,.. fo l fK ,,U V^" m r ^ r, „.. IfmlntM Un..„ Globe faDadto In the aty Division Colts orcl „ w ln aCTlnst Ell." ton. scored an outright victory against merton rcpUed with 118 and Bordeaux. Bordeaux were asked Um „„ ;l ,a JJ „, .. -?eond Innln#> o^lared at 58 for 8. At the *drawing of stumps Ellertoo were SPECIAL — OAJVCE IO.MTK ILL! not vi \ICX>NUGHT <_;oou MUSIC & PHIZES I'Haaied 89 In their first tnnlni* and Welches replied with li (jibba 44, GraenidKe 42, Hicks 2X. In their aaocsad innings Barrows dlsndaaed ft>r 45, all the Ayuiml The Intenm-diatc, The B.C.L. team which -. Intenncd. at*> invited to take part In thi game by the Secretary of lha to make 225 1 lariwdos Cricket Association ba*.. ings but could Lea then gave a sh <>f dMn| in which indue* fon It hard not to give him full mat for each dive. THE figures which precede the ,„ horse s name* in the races as given .i,,,.,,. hope that she below indicate the placing olr thh , J XO rdje form horse In his or her last starts at form. I shall lake her to win and siting Darhom Jane my second %  111 reproI'limter's Slake*. Ball and Bird F<>r those who art Df. this I dive In which the diver h \o itrelch ? wallow fashit meetings held in Barbados THnidad in I0B3 onlv. I> l umnle. In thiSummer rtusituation here seems lass .IM LOW which last ran .„„ri..d I imagine lhat both %  Spring Meeting cams Hj„„hJer Hiw and Fir-t Admiral ihit.i m her Hr.Ht start, was uowlU ^ kep( nir the Derby which placed in Mr nexi two races, but im9m ^ w uh March Wind^. second In her Unal outing CAN, %  .,,.,,.,, ,„.,, Miracle to ronalder. h was somewhat affected by 39 an early wicket with the scon* at 15 but after this T Hinds and Jonas Battled down and tt was not until the score had reached 71 that the Intermediate* obtained iiicn seootid s/ieket vvere the prinelpal scorers. . ault. Sommr 11 thU feal with such dexterity tha< he looks like a ball and a bird alternately. A French Joumalisl %  ntnu near me simpl> head as Sammy disappeared into the waUi after this one. Hut how can they bent a man like that Monsieur'' He is perfection personified" vw St a n d in g aboul looks more like a lock) that he is better proportioned He is a Hawaiian but I understand he perfected h i s diving li California. He now joins the select bead of %  toletei who < %  pealed their I.. %  Juan Capilla of Mexico who 100 2 was fourth In the spriiiHboiird diving was graceful and this afternoon he dived as near perfection (15 pOSSlble. Hi VS.. 'In first to congratulate Sammy Lei after his las', dive MD4 see in the warm hearted embrace which they gave flie admiration w;.> genuine urn mutual. Haaae of Germany nni-hed %  little less than four points hajoav Capilla. to go' the bronze medal. The victory ceremony was nlsc 2 2 2 2 very colourful H Catiilla (it.imeii his red track suit and placed the traditional Mexican scarf ol many colours over nil -houlder. TTtls touched of! further rounds 2 0 of applause from the French 00 quurter. In the men's hundred metres back stroke another Hawaiian won | gold medal for the U.S.A. when v Oyokawa WWI in n close finish from G. Bozon of France Third was J. Taylor also of the U.S.A. Oyoknwn* minute 5.4 second Ol'imr''eord. but rlrst two starts Horses with m their nonie It In 1 acing, or h.i 10 far. started in 1952 as third In any gjoasj beloge ther making I not, Women Brciik Krcorit In Use next event the march of records continued when Uie %  Ungerlan women team won tin 4 by loo relay. Theii lime .>f %  mins., 24.4 tecs, was a new worlo as well as Olympic reooi was the hefty Dutch team */1 rival the Itiissian lady discus throwers in physique. The U.S.A. w..in ,is ihno but an The semi-finals In the men's 200 metres breast stroke Vntra all swum, but why they do not < hangc the name to butleitly and be done with it seems odd. John Dtvles of Australia won hll In easily and in dotnw: .so lowered the Olympic record to utes. 3fl.H %  sceodi Herbert Klein of Germany who won hli heat also 4x>at the old ni.nk when lie did 2 iniMii't ,t\ D t>le If i' 1 miirkcl 000Irast to the majorl'v of othei iwlmmeiv His bead Is nevei %  ompletely submerged | n d ll< wm. u> stay on top of the water. i: appears th.'d he u V energy and still gets more speed. Kie;n of Oertnanj la lust the As. he thrusts backwards his head goes in deep anc* his whole body seems submerged. There wee .mother m the basket ball competition this afternoon with the saiTO Uruguayans. This time they ployed the Argentine and both teams wen down to sk ele t on crewi when Uw game was over. There \wcv against time in the Standard with 151 and Middlesex luilshed match. Standard took llrst inn..IT the pame adUl 40 for the loss ings load with 97 against 92. Then ol 2 Hadcliffv enjoyed a win Standard were dismissed for 102. against Rangers and the Boys (1 reaves 20. Heudlcy 26 and Aden Talking Point Fashion is a form of uplinew so Intolerable tliaf u>e havr to alii eeeru six monlhs. —Oscar WHde Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights '.W.V/.V/.V.W/.V.VA*.'/! I 1HE ANMAL NNCI ? tJp N'l,M.. .* -urfr-r lr..i — Kill I Akl. lUiniinvi .t i t-c-iiii BoiKorm %  ,• %  'rli>lt.. .Hv prasari %  .olK.il Ankli li with Wnmu (CK.IH a nil flrlnkn. WirtT. "Mi or ovm'*k nsy er.>i. as 'sown Of • %  Id. aiiil |IIB-.it I.. vy • train on your kldn->r ao thin :h*y function pour 1 v mut TI-O.I hahi IO .r.p*rl |xirirv\uur blood and i'U1ll.1l Cyaici. Hi.TvlM-lr, No Iflil-No Pay 1 1 1 \r>nrs-i ilrawel Cyiliw K"" rluhl In work helpline > % %  "' rriKix MI-M .v -tUutrkl niaku you fart like nw again. 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