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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

8.00 p.m.

For the future in the distance
And the good that I can do

Court of Common pleas 10.30 a.m

Court of Ordinary 11.00 ar

Mobiie Cinema, Rudder’s Pasture, Day
rell's Road 7.30 p.m

Police Band Concert, Hastings Rocks,



For the cause that lacks assistance
"Gainst the wrongs that need resistance




ESTABLISHED 1895

Har barogs



~ Die; 500 Arrested In

Riots Near Alexandria

Ta n ks A nd Troo )p s From All Quarters:
Guard Cotton Mills



CAIRO, August 14.

TANKS AND ARMOURED CARS to-day stood on
guard with Egyptian troops along the littered streets and
burned out ruins of Egypt’s “Little Lancashire” near

Alexandria where the cotton mill riots

with seven dead,

yesterday ended

200 injured, and 500 arrests.

Troops were also deployed through Alexandria itself,
Egypt's second city and summer capital where the city
Police Commandant declared a state of emergency early

to-day. 3
among the smouldering fac

Fire Brigades were this morning still working

tories in the mill area of Kafr

El Dawar as special military tribunals prepared to try
the leading rioters on the spot.

General Mohammed Naguib,
Commander in Chief of Egypt’s
armed forces early today an-
nounced that the situation in the
riot area was “under control.”
After a Cabinet meeting to dis-
cuss the situation late last night,
Premier Aly Maher, acting as
military Governor General of
Egypt, promised “merciless pun-
ishment” for the ring-leaders.

Military Court

A five-man military court em-
powered with final authority was
convened on Thursday for the
mass trial of hundreds of workers
arrested in Wednesday’s textile
riot near Alexandria,

It was predicted that 400 of the
567 arrested workers were to go
before an all-military tribunal.

Charges against the accused in-
clude arson, destruction and in-
citement of disorder.

Naguib’s headquarters charged

that persons “in the pay of the
old regime’ fermented the Kafr

El Dawr labour troubles, the first] the
launched his} from

since the General
military coup on July 23. They
alleged that the “agitators” had
infiltrated among the mill area’s
30,000 workers to “sabotage and
disfigure the army’s national
movement,”

In the riots following a two-
days strike after the dismissal of
workers on political grounds
petrol stations and motor stores
‘were set on fire and most of the
industrial area’s 40,000 spindles
and automatic looms were smash-
ed and burnt. Naguib called the
rioters “traitors” whose aim is to
disturb the public security and
raise obstacles in the way of
social reform,

Later, troops supported by
tanks and armoured cars cleared
the factory of sit-down strikers
who barricaded’ themselves in-|
side as the rioters set fire to bales!
of cotton in the spinning and)
weaying ‘factory and administra-
tive buildings. The troops rounded

up more than 500 workers inelud-}
of |

ing the
the riots,

alleged ring-leaders

Troops rushed in
cotton and silk factories in the
Beheira province against further
possible riots. Motor traffic be-
tween Cairo and Alexandria was



} Supreme



South African
Police Detain
| Newsman

JOHANNESBURG, Aug, 14
South African police engaged in
opposing the campaign against
government “Jim Crow laws”
beld for questioning today the
“Time” Magazine correspondent
Alexander Campbell. “Time” re-
cently carried a cover story on
Nationalist Premier Daniel Malan.

Campbell was brought in for
questioning as the police arrested
the President of the African Na-
tional Congress, one of the organ-
isations leading the campaign
igainst the Government’s segre-
gation laws.

Meanwhile in
Court
Government





the
the
banned

voters

Capetown
overruled
order and
removal of coloured
the voting rolls. Late on
Thursday afternoon plain-clothes
detectives entered the Johannes-
burg “Star” building where
Campbell has his office and pro-
duced a search warrant to exam-
ine the “Time” correspondent’s
papers. He was taken to police
headquarters for questioning, but
was not arrested,

The police moved into the homed

of Congress President Doctor J. 8.
Moroca and arrested him while
attending his medical patients,
He was held on charges of break«
ing the Suppression of Commu-
nism Act and then released on a
£100 bail.
Campbell recently
United States.
published its

visiteq the
While there ‘Time’

detailed story on
Malan. A recent issue of “Time”
contained an article on Solly
Sachs. South African Labour

leader.—U.P.



Millionaires
Draw Old
Age Pension

LONDON, Aug.

Washington; About 50 million-
aires are drawing old age Sociai
Security pensions of £25 a montn
the government reports.

Melbourne: Detectives are hunt-
ing for a gang who made away
with an ammunition box stuffed
with an army and public service
payroll of £33,593—in notes. The
box was locked in the strong room
of a bank overnight with other
payroll bexes awaiting collection
and delivery by a carrying com-
pany who used an armoured car
for the purpose, Three blocks
away a cinema was showing “The
Lavender Hill Mob’’—the story
of a Lendon bank clerk who plan-
ned an armoured car bullion rop-
bery.

Tel Aviv; Because the clothing
supply cannot meet demand, the
Israeli Government will distribute
10,000 tailor-made suits and 10,000
pairs of trousers by lottery. A
suit will cost 90 Israeli pounds
( £32 sterling).

Capetown: The tiny South At-
lantic island of St. Helena, where
Napoleon was exiled, has had its
first fatal car crash since motors
came to the island 21 year ago.
A three-tom truck owned by a
firm of flax millers left a moun-\
tain-side road and crashed 176
yards ,below, killing two of the
occupants and injuring three.

New Deal For
lran Peasants

TEHERAN, IRAN, Aug. 14.
Iran's
looked forward on Thursday to a
new deal, an extra 10 percent cut
from the giant sized landlord's |
share of what they produced. The -



decree ordering a better break for
poverty-stricken farmers was
issued on Wednesday by Prem:
Mohammed Mossa - mee j
specified that 1 must de-
posit another 10 percent of the in- |
come from their estates in special
rural banks to aid-needy farmers.
The degree was the first of a series
of reforms promised by the aged
Nationalist header when Parlia-
ment this week granted him the
right to rule with near dictatorial
powers for six months.

—UP.

Col. See. Now Controls

-ow a Trinidad Magistrates

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 14.
THE GOVERNMENT has decided to divorce the ne, |

halted for soar hours bs sain isterial Department from the Judiciary. This decision
army moved in forces, a 1b - f- . Ha - a 7

declared that “traitors” were re-| was taken by the Executive Council ‘on Tuesday, and
sponsible for the situation and

that the army had to intervene to;
restore order. Rioting and arson}
marked the first civil
since Naguib assumed power. |

—UP.|



RESULTS OF 6D CONSOLA-
TION TICKETS OF THE
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
SUMMER MEETING 1952
ON PAGE EIGHT.



violence}



automatically removes the Chief Justice’s power over the!

colony’s Magistrates.

The new agreement hands over the control over the
colony’s sixteen Magistrates to the Colonial Secretary in
matters regarding promotion,



discipline, personnel eria |

| transfers, while the Chief Magistrate will handle ordinary

administrative affairs.

A magisteriat delegation had
seen P, M. Renison, Governor-
| Designate of British Honduras, who



PRESIDENT TRUMAN accepts at the W'iite House a massive Roman vase

from Italian Ambassador Albe
given as a symbol of the frie

dates back to the days of the Rom

rio

1an Empire.

Tarchiani

the pe

and his wife. The vase,
ple of Italy and the U.S.,
(International

The Colonial Secretary will act
through the Chief Magistrate.

save them his support before de-
tarture, A strong protest was made
to him by magistrates over the
ntire magistracy following a
tatement by Sir Cecil Furness
Smith, then Chief Justice, that no
inagistrate of Trinidad should be
appointed to a judgeship. Renison
said that was only Sir

ernment policy.
fated were entitled to promotion |
to the Supreme Court bench,

The Executive Council adjourn-
ed the discussion relating to the
salary scale of magistrates, which
magistrates claim is palpably low.

—C.P.

LONDON MASS |
FOR EVA





LONDON, Aug. 14.
A solemn requiem mass for the!
late Senora Eva Peron will be

celebrated at Westminster Cathe-
dral at noon on August 26. The
Argentine colony here and many
British and fore diplomats are
expected to attend.

down-trodden peasants .
‘Cli
|

on | mysterious fowl disease i
Cecil’s confirmed by eminent laboratory
private opinion but not the £0OV-jscurces abroad
Magistrates, he! disease. The Information Offiec

stated yesterday that the disease

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,

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U.N.

POURING RAINS fell on strategic “Bunker Hill”
mudelying the bloody battlefield where United States| ot
u

marines hurled back four

attacks and crippled an entire Red regiment.
Rain was a welcome sight to dirty, tired marines who
for the past three days fought and defeated

Red troops in the scorching

Atop “Bunker Hill” victorious marines planted a torn
and battle stained flag dedicated to Saint
Korean battl a

Archangel—a



Massachusetts, Aug. 14.

A kleptomaniac crow
nameg “Cliquot,” with a
craving for cigarettes and
parking




here i
day. The enous
was tracked by the police
in a business office on
Wednesday when stenogra-
phers complained that he
was filching cigarettes, pen-
cils, lipsticks and paper clips.
He was seized as he
flapped down next to a pile
of petty cash, At headquar-
ters he trieq to make off
with a sheaf of freshly reg-
istered parking tickets be-
fore his owner, twelve-year-
old Barbara Scott, arrived
from her home in Beverly
and asked if anyone had
seen “Cliquot”’,
Figuring that they would

have a pare | — convincing
Jud a
nl sac rand thou be 2
te “a
ne Sot a Gort
£9. dauarters
on his mistress’

i later ted ¥

° oe hed ats
Ping “two or of the

as —(U.P.)



“Newcastle” Disease
Strikes Poultry
In Trinidad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 14
The outbreak in Trin of a
as beep

to be Newcastle

was caused by a vitus noted fo

its rapid spread through flocks and

the infection was caused in many
ways.

‘The fear that two-thirds of the
eclony’s stocks may have to be
destroyed was voiced by an in-
formed source, but no such official
endorsement has been forthcom-
ing. The ulture Department
ernounced the framing of vigorous
measures to avert any epidemic,
and is considering quarantining
infected premises? The Department
added that although Newcastle

is worldwide this seemed
to be the first definitely recorded
incidence in the British ee



/ EXPLORER’S BAOK

| BROKEN

ST, MARTIN, Caverns,
} France, Aug. 14.
| Explorer Marcel Loubens who
lhad his jaw fractured and his
back broken may live if he can be
brought up from the depths uf the
! prehistoric cavern his doctor said.
Dr. Mairet a member of Max
|Cousyn’s expedition that set out
lest week to probe the murky cave
eached his injured companion this
morning and telephoned a diag-
nosis to the surface. It was the
first medical attention Loubens
has received since he plunged 120
| feet on the jagged rocks yesterday
nd first phone call to the surface
ince the line went dead yesterday
lat 5 ‘p.m
Nordert Castert, another of the

| ve explorers on watch at the

IN FALL

surface end of the telephone line

sent the news to Loubens’ father

at the foot of the mountain. The
felder Loubens arrived late yeste:
day and passed a sleepless night
waiting for word of his son.

He broke down and cried when
he heard that the 33-year-old
scientist was sfill alive and might
be saved. At the bottom of the
pit Louben# three companions
and a doctor prepared to strap the
unconscious explorer to a board
and raise him 120 feet to the sur-
face,

Sheets of rain and high winds
which tore away the tiny tent
village at the mouth of the cavern
hampered rescue efforts as



’ Cripples
Red Regiment

. x iter-attack
quot’ Or ‘Klepto’ poles. cast of

1952

= WENNIS TEAM HERE

+ TENNIS TEAM pictured with their Manager Mr. Leon Leacock.

filson who is touring with the team, F. Debysingh; K. Assing.

Mr. Leacock (Manager), Dr. Noble Sarkar (Gapt.), G. Yawching, A.



Asiatic Manpower
Must Fight Asiatic

Contununism

PHILADELPHH#A, MISSISSIPPI,
Aug. 14,

Senator John Stennis, member
the Senate’s Armed Forces
Committee said on Thursday that
‘we must train Asiatic manpower
‘fo fight Asiatic Communism.”
Speaking at a Neshoba County
fair in his campaign for re-elec-
tion, Stennis said he hopes that
the new administration, whether
Democratic jor Republican, will
bring the reapprisal of foreign

affairs.
—U.P.

SEOUL, August 14.

Chinese Communist counter

2,800 veteran

heat.

Michael the

made by Korean orphans.
hinése Reds made their third



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Lighting: 7.00 p.m.

PRICE : PIVE CENTS

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Belgium Has
New Problem
For Ridgway

WASHINGTON. Aug. i4.

Belgium’s decision to cut down
its military conscription period
has created new and unexpected
troubles for General Matthew B.
Ridgway’s European Army. The
Brussels Government decided on
Wednesday to knock three months
off the 24-month service period for
conseripts.

It had failed the previous day
to get neighbouring countries to
agree on a common two-year
training programme.

US. officials, testifying before
Congress on Foreign Aid in March
and April said that they wanted
to increase the training of reserves

throughout Western Europe as the
plan,

key to the whole defence
and they said that this would cre-
ate difficult problems, but there
was no hint—at ‘that time tha‘
these officials expected any Euro-
pean country to cut down on the
length of conscript service.
Belgium is, the only member of
the European Defence Commun
ity with a two year service period
Norway requires 12 months, The

| Netherlands and France 18 manth;

and Italy 15 months. Britain, not
an E.D.C, member, has a two year
period. Strikes and demonstration
against the conscription period
broke out in Belgium last week.
—C.P

West Sold 82,000

Tons Of Rubber

YY . . ye

To Russia, China

WASHINGTON, Aug. 14

Free countries have supplied
Fussia and Communist China with
a>out 82,000 tong of natural rub-
ber in the first half of 1952, the
U.S. Commerce Department re-
ported on Thursday. Officials add-
e1 that Britain was the chief sup
plier, shipping about 59,000 tons
to Russia.

American officials said that this
naterial undoubtedly could have
been of some strategic value to the
Communists in Korea and else
where,

Under a U.N resolution of
May 1951, Communist China wa:
branded an aggressor and an em-



- ; bargo was clamped on the ship-
the > p

Dengtunjon Ae ment of strategic goods to the

‘ight. Allied artillery and sharp- Chinese. Britain, Malaya, and

shooting fire from infantrymen’:
wifes, mortars and machine guns

Appalling

eut a Communist battalion’ to loy, {bey
7s Unemployment |
,
tl Brief Rest In Italy . |
For more than an hour fanatical

Reds tried to storm Marines de-
fending the position from pre-

Young men who never had a pay-
fabrieated bunkers, A few Com-

t day, and jobless fathers with hun-
munists reached the crest and en-jgry babies are telling a sad story |
gaged the marines in hand to}of Italy's economic ailment, un- |
hand combat but they were quick- | employment. In the. first parlia-

ly “neutralized”, Finally the| mentary investigation of its kind
Chinese withdrew and for four }in this country, tragic word pic-
hours the Marines had a_ brief|tures of this weakening national
rest,

disease which has baffled dictato-
rial and democratic governments
alike are being painted on official
record, but how the whole story
will help Premier Alcide De Gas-

Then came the fourth counter-
attack—-a half hearted attack that
was driven off four minutes after
id started,

Since the Marines ¢aptured | peri’s government to eradicate un-
“Bunker HiH” Reds have thrown employment remains to be seen.
four counter-attacks and = an

Eighth Army briefing officer said Alongside the sad stories of the

Communist “Regimental strength |jobless is the tragic testimony of
had been invested in the action,” | their incapacity for jobs crying

Chinese Communists tossed|to be filled. Rome and its pro-
‘other probing attacks at Marine |vince have 47,326 unemployed to-
western front lines, one only ajday, yet building contractors need
mile east of Panmunjom. Al) | and can’t find 2,000 carpenters and
were repulsed. Other U.N, units | bricklayers,

jumped off in raids against Reds
early today.

100 Sorties

In the air, Allied fighter bomb-
ers flew about 100 sorties in sup-
port of Embattled Marines yester-
day. Marine war planes, South
Koreans Mustangs and Royal Aus-
tralian twin jet Meteors levelled
20 super buildings and started
large fires in the Sariwon and
Yonan areas, Twenty-five B29
Superforts took over the air war

Three Deputies and a battery
of experts are drawing stories of
the jobless from young men who
have never had a job and older
workers who hardly remember
their last regular pay-check,

—C.P.



First French |
Victim Of Korean

after dark, attacking stackpiled *
war materials at Anak, west of War Buried
Sariwon.

‘Naval warplanes rested yester- FRANCE, Aug. 14.

day as three carriers on the east-| ‘The first French soldier to be
ern coast used the day to re-|kijied in the Korean war was
supply. Surface jcraft however |}, -ieq on Thursday in the little
continued bombardments of Com- lage cemetery of the Toulon
Wmunist supply centres, transporta-| suburb after a solemn high re-

fion facilities and front lines. tiem Mass and full military hon-
UP. js ovirs. High army and civilian offi-

| clals joined friends and neighbours
{as the coffin of Rene Betty was

Another Uranium {carried on a self-propelled artil-



» |te’y piece from the church to the
: ra jburial ground, - Korea combat
Find In Aust lia velerans made up the guard of
} honour
DARWIN, Australia, Aug. 14 honour —UP.







ROME, Ane 14, I ioc ris this year,
a

countries have intefpreted

this embargo as applying to rub-

and have stopped all ship-
ments, but Ceylon, not a member
of the U.N. was reported by the
Commerce Department to have
shipped almost all of China’s im-

—CP.



Kisenhower Turns

Down Truman

WASHINGTON, Aug, 14

Truman invited Dwight Eisen-
hower to the White House to re-
ceive the same soxt of briefing
that was given Governor Adlai
Stevenson, the White House said
on ‘Thursday,

Eisenhower, Republican Presi-
dential candidate, rejected the in-
vitation, Truman sent the invita-
tion to Eisenhower at the Brown
Palace Hotel in Denver.

Eisenhower's telegraph to Presi-
dent Truman said that under pres-
ent clreumstances any communi-
cations between them “should be
only those which are known to all
the American people.”

—U.P.

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TO-DAY
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Mr. ANTHONY EDEN.

Crowds Flock
‘To See Eden’s
Wedding

LONDON, Aug. 14

Foreign Secretary Anthony
tuden was married to Miss Clarissa
'Churehill, niece of Winston
(hurehill, with the Prime Minis-
; ier standing by in the combined
1 .0le of unele, chief witness, and
' some say—matchmaker,

Eden, 55, considered the ‘Crown
‘rince’ of the Churchill regime,
[was married to Miss Churchill
32, in a ten minute ceremofhy in
! the Caxton Hall Registry office,
vhich rolled out the old red ear-
pet for the second time tn the

ear. The last appearance of the




| :hop-worn celebrity carpet was
last winter for the marriage of
‘tollywood film star Blizabeth

aylor to actor Michael Wilding,
nd today’s ceremony proved that
ihe combination of Eden and
Churchill is a hard one for even
ilolywood glamour to beat. There
‘re 3,000 wildty demonstrative
ins jammed into Caxton Street
for the Taylor-Wilding marriage.

An hour before today’s cere-
mony it looked as though” the
White Hall had lost the glamour
battle, but then the crowds began
to arrive as though for a champi-
ship fight About 4,000 massed
ip Downing Street to see the
rime Minister and his niece
‘ave for the wedding. Another
2,500 were around the; Registry
cofice, and still more crowds
waited in nearby streets to cheer
the arrivals and departures, 1

—U-P.

12 More Filipino
Outlaws Killed

MANILA, Aug. 14,

Philippines army troops killed

more Moro outlaws in Govern-
ments all out drive to crush ban-
cit chieftain Hadji Kamlon and
his band, hiding out in heavily
wooded eastern Jolo island.

An official Filipino army report
sid 2,500 man task force has
killed 42 Moros, Government cas-
valties totalled five dead, includ-
ng a fighter plane pilot whose
Mustang crashed into the sea after
o strafing run, 16 wounded and one
missing,

Defence Secretary Ramon Maga
last weekend ordered Army troops
to wipe out Kamlons. band after
the notorious outlaw leader had
refused to surrender.



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—U.P.



BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY

UWUSSEAL priming is essential
ipplication ensures that the pain

surfaces, and at the same tine







U.N. Apologies
Worthless

made in Northern Territory, ter-|
The discovery was made 130 miles
Wise inspected the field on GENOA, Italy, Aug. 14
Mineral Resources. The find was|™0torship “Marco Polo”, It was
faid that the uranium-bearing orey ic°cement reached between the
places gave excellent readings —U.P.
TEHERAN, Aug. 14
PANMUNJOM
Communist Peiping Radio said] tt Premier Mossadegh had re-

Another “very important” find}
of uranium-bearing ore has been)
eye
ritorial Administrator F. J. S. Twenty Families
Wise announced on Thursday,!
Leave For Chile
fouth of the rich “R. M. Jungle’ - . ,
upanium field
ind an Twenty peasant families left
2dnes 4 ba geologist and} ; dM
Peed the hares of| ‘0-day for Chile aboard the Italian
first reported by three Darwin|‘the first group of Italian farmers
contractors two days ago. They) leaving for Chile following the new
cecurred in a lode form over 200} Chilean Government and the Ital-
feet in length, and that many|ian Institution of Poreign Aid.
with the gamma ray counter
—U-P. 5 io
Mossadegh Did Not
q
Ask For A Loan |
Mohammed Hossein Aliabadi,
Aug. 14, new Vice Premier, denied reports |
that the United Nations apologies ted the U.S. for a loan. Ali-
for violating the Panmunjom neu- said that Mossadegh decid-

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tral zone were “worthless”, ahd o cease asking financial aid

insisted that all planes were or- America §fter Truman

dered to enter the conference} ned down hi request for

area The Communist broadcast|$100,000,000 during his recent

also said that the United Nations|trip to the U.S The Vice-Pre- FORT ROYAL

admitted shelling the zone on mier alse criticised Britain for

August 3 only ause “hot evi-; blocking Iranian funds in British

Bence made thern own up at last.’’| banks 7 Phone 2385 Sole Dis
—(UP.) | —(U.P.) |

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provides a uniform, non porous base
hus prevents peeling and discoloura-

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PAGE TWO





Caub Calling

IS. (LORDSHIP Mr. Justice

Taylor, Acting Puisne Judge,
left the island yesterday morning
by the M.V. Willemstad for the
United Kingdom on leave, He was
accompanied by Mrs. Taylor,

Radiclogist For U.K.

D* EDITH SMITH, Radio-
logist of the Barbados

General Hospital, was among the
passengers leaving the island yes-
terday by the Willemstad for the
United Kingdom.

Dr, Smith has wae up to spend
a_ holiday.

Diploma in Education
R. HARRY Mc.D. JOSEPH,
Senior Lecturer at the Goy-
ernment Training School, Trinidad
returned home on Wednesday by
the Colombie which called here on
its way from England,

Mr, Joseph spent . year at the
Institute of Education, London,
taking a diploma in education, an
examination which is part of the
M.A. Education course. He now has
to write a thesis to complete his
M.A, in Education,

Short Holiday

ee. in the colony du:~

ing. last week was Miss
Lucille Williams of Trinidad. She
has come over to Barbados .o
spend about two weeks’ holiday
as the gupst of Miss Pearl Durant,
Bank Hall. Miss Williams is em-
ployed with the Turf Club, Port-
of-Spain.

Two Weeks’ Hcliday
ETURNING home yesterday
by B.W.1.A. to Trinidad was
Mr. James Waldrond who arrived
in the island on the Ist August
for two weeks’ holiday. Mr. Waid-
rond who is employed with Al-
stons Limited, Trinidad, was dur-
ing his stay here, a guest at
Crystal Waters Guest House,
Worthing.
First Visit
RRIVING in the colony on
Wednesday by B.W.1A, from
Grenada was Mrs. Lowe who has
come over for two weeks’ holiday.
She was accompanied by her
daughter Gwenneth on their first
visit to the colony. During their
stay they will be guests at Silver
Beach Guest House, Rockley.
* * *

Mr. and Mrs.
also among the
Grenada. They have come over
to spend two weeks’ holiday here
as guests of Silver Beach Guest
House, Rockley. This is also their
first visit to the colony.

Intransit

MoM C. I, HINDS of.the Post

Office Tele-Communications
Department in British Guiana, was
intransit on Wednesday by the
Colombie from England on his
way back home. He took a ten-
month course in non director
automatic telephony in preparation
for conversion of the manual
exchange in British Guiana to
automatic work,

The course was under the aus-
pices of the British Post Office.

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Social and Sports Club was officially
opened last night at the club rooms, Tudor Street by the Hon. V. C.

Gale, M.L.C., Managing Director,

form are (left to right):
Gale, Mr. J. E. Brome, and Mr.
“Advocate”.

Advocate Sports Club
1E Advocate Sports Club
which was formed on the 20th

June this year was opened yes-

terday afternoon by the Hon.
Vv. C. Gale, M.L.C., Managing
Director of the Advocate Co.,,
Ltd.

The Club is situated opposite

the Police Barracks, Tudor Street
and its object is to cater to various
activities of sport—including table
tennis, cricket, baseball, water
polo, football and also religious
organisations.

After the introductory remarks

by Mr. P.'G. Hinds, President,
Mr. Gale, Patren, officially open-
ed the club, Mr. J. KE. Brome,
Senior Vice-President, then spoke
of the good and welfare of the
club and its s-cial activities.

There was a welcome to Visitors
by Mr. O. S. Coppin, Junior Vice-
President

Water Polo Dance
LARGE crowd of Wate, Polw

fans are looking forward to a
gala night at the Aquatic Club
to-morrow at 8.30 p.m. when the
Finals of the A and B Divisions
Kneck-out competition will he
played.

There will be a dance after-

wards at which the winning teams
and their fans will probably take
the opportunity to celebrate.
Snappers, this year’s League win-
ners, are hoping te win both
cups. While Swordfish, the run-
ners up in the League, are hoping
to be the K.O. winners.

In Division B Bonitas and Po!-
ice, two evenly matched teams,
will also provide a very exciting
and keen match.

Home After 39 Years
MLUNRNING to the U.S.A. on
Monday via Puerto Rico was
Mr. Hermage G. Smith, a Bar-
badian who has been residing in
the U.S.A. for the last 39 years.
Mr. Smith came over to spend
three weeks’ holiday with his
relatives Mr. and Mrs, F. A.
Waterman, of “Montrose,” Water
Street, Christ Chureh. He is a
Civil Servant attached to joe Post
Office, New York. To his many
friends and rélatives he says au
revoir.

A

Welcome Party
PARTY in honour

Misses Gtoria and Simone

Drysdale of St. Lucia and Mr.
Lester Cummings of the U.S.A.
was held at the residence of Mr.

and Mrs, Colin Manning, Bay
Street, last night.

Gloria and Simene are the
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harry

Forde of Two Mile Hill and Lester
is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. David
Foster of Belleplaine, St. Andrew
They arrived in the island during
and will be spending
a short holiday.

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Mr. 0. 8. Coppin, Mr. P. G. Hinds, Hon. V. 0.

CGA. L. Gale, Editor, Barbados

5
Expected Home Before

Christmas
IS many iriends will be eae
i to learn that Mr. W.
“barney” Millar, Chief Sub kaltor
ot the Advocate is well and en-
Joying himself in New York.

“Summer in this place is the
only period when you can go out
and about and really see things
and places,” writes Barney

Through the good offices ‘of Mr.
Frank Viner, Daily Telegraph
New York Representative, Mr.
Millar was introduced to Mr. Jack
Noel, Deputy Editor of the Jour-
nal American,

There Barney learnt moderna
methods in the News Room, Sub
Editor’s and Proof Reading De-
partments, He is expected back
at the Advocate before Christmas.

Student Returns
ELUKNING to Canada yes-
terday morning by Trans-
Canada Airlinés was Mr, Er ‘ic
Haison, son of Capt. and Mrs.
E. Raison of Gun Hill, St. George:

Eric who has been in Canada
for the past two years is on the
staff of the Shewin-Williams Re-
search Laboratory. He is studying
Chemical Engineering at the Sir
George Williams College. He came

over to spend one month with
his parents and he told Carib
that he thoroughly enjoyed his

holiday giving most of his time to
Se uiling and fishing. He is very
keen on yachting and is a popular
member of the Pointeclaire Yacht
Club, Montreal.

At the airport to see him off
were his parents, sisters and
friends.

For Jamaica
I Dra is ING the island yesterday
morning by B.W.I1.A. for
Jamaica was Mr. Arthur Wallace
of Trinidad who had been spend-
ing a short holiday in Barbados.
Mr. Wallace will be remaining
in Jamaica for cne week befor?
returning home. He is attached
to the Mechanical Branch
B.W.1LA,

On Business
R. AND MRS. JOHN GRACE
of Golf Club Road left the
isand yesterday morning by
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ada. Mr. Grace has gone on «
business trip and hopes to be

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Jack. Tar Gull K

—He Told Knarf All About Lighthouses—

By MAX TRELL

FAR out at the edge of the cliff |
| it stood looking over the ocean. It
was a tall round tower painted
black and white with here and there |
a few little windows like tiny eyes.
At the very top was a large round
window. It was from this window





teat the great light shone all night ‘

long. throwing a beam far out over
| the water.

Jack-Tar Gull told Knarf and!

Hanid about the tower and the beam ,

of light. “It’s a lighthouse” said}
Hanid. They all went to the cliff |
and stood looking at it.

“An old man lives there,”
Jack. “I’ve often seen him.
takes care of the light.”

said
He

“Why,” asked Knarf, “does a
lighthouse have a light?”
Signals Danger

“For the ships,” said Jack. “It

tells them that the cliffs are there.
It tells them to steer away. It tells
them to watch out. At least,” he
added, “that's what | think,

“Long, long ago,” Jack went on,
| “my grandfather told me that there
was no lighthouse standing here at
all It was in the days of the old
sailing ships—the ships that went
with the wind, not the king with
smokestacks that go by machinery,
And sometimes on a stormy night
the ships wouldn’t be able to see
where the cliffs were and they would
be dashed to pieces on the cliffs,”

“Shipwrecked,” said Hanid.

“And the sailors were drowned ?”
said Knarf.

“Very often they were,” said
Jack. “And all because they couldn’t
see these eliffs. And then the people
who lived near the cliffs were very
sad. For sometimes their own
brothers and fathers were the sail-
ors on the ships that were wrecked.
Grandfather told me that then the |
people who lived near the: cliffs
knew that they would have to think
of some way to let the sailors on
the ships be warned about the cliffs
even on the darkest nights. They
hadn’t thought about the lighthouse
vet. They thought of another way.”





Rupert, Hey at the ain

lamb, hey’re not playing,
he thinks. ey! te in too much
of a hurry, 1 believe. something
has frightened them.” And he
calls out. ‘* Don't stop us," cries
one lamb as ut leaps pas.

** There’s a queer fierce creature



FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952




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630 pm Colonial Commentary, 6 45
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Another Triumph for
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Who Is
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“Oliver Twist”



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JOHN HOWARD DAVIES - ROBERT NEWTON

in ‘TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS”
with JAMES HAYTER * MICHAEL HORDERN
DIANA WYNYARD
Produced by Brian Desmond Hurst
Directed by Gordon Parry
Screenplay by Noe! Langley

A Renown Pictures Presentation
Released thru United Artists



Rupert’s Spring dial



ADVOCATE



new a Lot

The Gull told Knarf about the
lighthouse.

Knarf and Hanid both asked Jack
about this.

“They thought,” answered Jack,
“of building big bonfires along the
edge of the cliff It was a very good
idea. Grandfather said that on dark
nights the bonfires could be seen
quite far out at sea, and that many
a ship steered quickly away when
it saw them. But the bonfires were
not easy to keep burning especially
when the heavy rain fell. And when
it was foggy, the light of the fires
could hardly been seen at all from

ship until it was almost too late.

The Lighthouse

“And then finally they thought of
the lighthouse. It was the best idea
of all; the very, very best. No matter
how hard the rain fell, the light in
the lighthouse still kept shining.
And it was so strong and so bright
and so sharp that it even shone
through the fog,

“Since that lighthouse was built,”
Jack said as he shook out his wings
and got ready to fly off again, “no
more ships have run on the cliffs.
There haven’t been any shipwrecks.
No sailors have been drowned. And
all the people whose brothers and
fathers are sailors have no more
fears. And the little old man who
takes care of the light is the hap-
Diest man of all,”

behind us.” ‘* Yes, nasty fiery
creature,” says another, Rupert
starts forward to the top of the
slope. There is nothing following
the lambs, but from the middle ot
a bush there appears another thin
coil of smoke. “It's the dragon!"
he gasps.



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FRIDAY,

AUGUST







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1 Make one at a forest space.

For Friday, August 15, 1952

*« Look in the section in —— your a comes and
hat your outlook is, according to the stars.
seine < Artistic professions, light and airy matters 3
ARIES are in favour now. Friendly day for hon-
*« March 21—April 20 ourable, useful activities managed rightly. +

(8) 7. Bird the tiger ate. (8) Don't indulge ‘“‘moods” or ill temper.
11. Rider thirsty to a degree? (5)
12. No dole for the silly ass, (6) =
Your Venus in favourable position spon

te. fe on oaan a a a? (5) * TAURUS sors the artistic, gardening, decorating, do-
" be wea “a letter from his wife April 21—May 20 mestic affairs and children’s activities.

* for a raisin. (6) «x Extra caution urged in handling tools. *
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154 Yacrease.” (6) ee a Not overstimulating vibrations, but day
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Bept. iE Oct. 23 favourable. Be.encouraged to do your 3
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92 Mar’s position here stresses patience, your
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outdoor activities, * *

-

Caution in investments, all money trans- +
actions; buying, selling, real estate, making

° contracts. But day encouraging familiar
vigour business has advantages for aes *
Why betired, * GAPRICORN In-between day, neither too helpful nor yg

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or liverish¥ gent matters and take the less important

x

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30,000. Million Tons Of Oil Await Extraction vst

No Outs Dares Exploit —
World’s Biggest Oilfield

(By FREDERICK ELLIS)

LONDON, August 5.

FLANKING THE BANKS of the River Athabasca,
Alberta, Canada, is the world’s biggest oilfield.

No oil comes from it.

No oil is likely to come out

of it for years. For the world’s oilmen, renowned for
taking gigantic risks, are seared by what they call Can-

ada’s “wonder sands”.

The oil is in 30,000 square miles of isolated territory.
Its nearest civilisation is the tiny township of MgMurray,
300 miles north of the Alberta oil capital Edmonton.

The area contains & conserva-
tively estimated 30,000 million
tons of oil, equal to 60 times the
current world oil output. At
today’s prices the oil is estimated
to be worth £200,000 million.

Despite these dazzling riches
not one of the world’s oil giants
has the nerve to plunge on the
wonder sands, known to them as
the Athabasca tar sands. At best
they look at them.

For this is no ordinary oilfield.
Oilwells are no use. It will have
to be dug out — either by open-
cast mining or deep mining — as
for coal,

The 30, 000 square miles is made
up of an oil-saturated, sandy sub-
stanee known to the oil-men as
bitumen, or pitch. The oil has
to be extracted from the bitumen,
which holds between 12 to 15 per
cent. oil.

That is the snag. Either the
bitumen, or if the extraction plant
was on the spot, the oil, would
have to travel hundreds of miles
over rough, uninhabited country
to reach the markéts

That — and the cost.

The Albertan Government, ever
anxious to boost its oil riches, has
had the wonder sands forked over
by a team of world oil experts,
including some from Anglo-
Iranian.

ey proved that it is practi-
cable to get the oil out of the
sands. But the cost terrified the
oil industry, to. whom spending
the odd million or so is petty cash.

And no wonder, for the experts
tentatively figured it would cost
at least £15,000,000 to buy the
plant needed to squeeze slightly
less than 1,000,000 tons of oil a
year from the ‘bitumen,

Other experts estimate that to
open up on a large enough scale
to make it an economic proposi-
tion the cost would be nearer
£35,000,000,

The oilmen call their business
“The Oil Play.” Anybody can
enter the Athabasca game.

For the Albertan Government
has already drawn up the rules :—

You pay the Government a fee
of £86 for a prospecting permit
on 50,000 acres, plus 4d. an acre
rent at the start.

Then to ensure that you really
mean oil business, a deposit of
£17,240 must be lodged with the
Government.

So far the Albertans have, the
oil, but no one has asked them to

play.



Record Grain
Shipments Through

Vancouver

VANCOUVER, B.C.

Grain shipments through. the
port of Vancouver for the crop
year ended July 31 broke all
previous records, ;

Merchants’ exchange officials
said, this year’s total was close
to 100,000,000 bushels, almost
twiee as much as the record of
§8.000,000 last season.

The United Kingdom and
Europe received the largest
amount, nearly half, with the rest
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America, South America and
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Hampstead organisations may
“adopt” Commonwealth students
living in the borough. The pro-
posals, to be considered at the end
ot September by the Stand-
ing Committee of Voluntary
Societies, has been made by
12 Hampstead church, welfare
and social ‘workers. They are
members of a working party set
up in Februafy under the aus-
pices of the British Council to
study local needs of the students.

The proposal is contained in a
five report arising out of the
recent Hampstead Week for Com-
monwealth Students, when 64 of

them—including studen’ from
the colonies—were enterta by
the borough council and local
societies,

Discussing methods of “adop-
tion”, the working party says that
students should be introduced to
members of the adopting society
helped to join the clubs in which
they are interested; shown Hamp-
stead’s amenities and advised on
any problems they may encounter.
It suggests too, that organisations,
particularly youth ciubs, invite
some of the students to address
them on life in the Common-
wealth countries.

Says the report “On arrival in
this country, Colonial student in
particular is bewildered by the
size of London and the complexity
of life in a modern city. Like a
new boy at school he longs to feel
that he belongs to this strange
new community but fear of re-
buff increases the shyness natural
to a stranger.”

The working party feels that
“the typical British attitude of
live and let live” is mistaken for
indifference or even hostility. And
it urges that the public should
go out of their way to make over-
seas students feel welcome in the
church, club or in the casual en-
counters of daily life., “A friendly
work in a bus of shopping queue
can mean aq: great deal’.

The report also proposes the
formation of a permanent body to
act as a liaison between the British
Council and local organisation.



Meat Cutters May
Join In Strike

CHICAGO, Aug, 14.
The meat packing industry
slowed down as hit and miss
strikes hit plants across the coun-
try and contract negotiations col-
lapsed in Chicago. The officials
of the CIO United Packinghouse
Workers said that they would
meet today with Armour and Com-
pany and Wilson after all day
sessions with Swift and Wilson
yesterday failed to produce any
agreement. The rival AFL Amal-
gamated Meat Cutters hinted that
they might join the sporadic walk-

outs this weekend, ur
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Fishermen’s Co-operatives

Thriving

In U.S.A.

As the farmers’ co-operative movement reaches a peak
in the United States, a new kind of co-operative is gaining

stature.

It is made up of fishermen.
these harvesters of the sea are following

Knowingly or not
the lead of

American farmers in banding themselves into co-operative
associations for improved and more profitable production
and marketing of their product.

Today, 70 fishermen's co-oper.-
tives along the Atlantic and
Pacific coasts, the Gulf of Mexico,
and the Great Lakes, handle more
than 1,000,000,000 pounds of fish
a year. This is one-fifth of the
Nation’ s annual catch.

“A few years ago fisnermen’s
co-operatives were few. But be-

use fishing is a hazardous and
laborious business — and to-day
a highly competitive one—thous-
ands of fishermen see the need
for them. Co-operatives can help
solve such problems as reducing
the fisherman’s overhead by group
purchases of equipment and by
finding outlets for his product.

Most fishermen’s co-operatives
are marketing agencies; they sell
fish and shell fish, Many also buy
the fisherman’s supplies — nets,
ropes: fuel and boat gear, just as
farmers’ co-operatives help re-
duce farming costs by buying
feed, seed, fertilizer, and farm
machinery for their members.

Fishery co-operatives have gone
well beyond the rudimentary
stage of simply: selling fresh fish.
An @kample of their progress is
the Twin City Fishermen’s Co-
operative Association, The asso-
ciation’s docks and facilities are
in Morgan City, Louisiana, and
Port Isabel, Texas, on the coast
of the Gulf of Mexico. This six-
year-old co-operative has two
modern plants that processed
3,000,000 if shrimp in
1951. Its freezing equipment can
handle 30,000 pounds of shrimp
daily. Because of the high quality
and steadiness of its source of
supply, the co-operative’s shrimp
output has been much in demand
througheut the United States.

$60,000 Plant

In 1947 a group of 70 iisher+
men in the s.
Point Judi
came interested in a co-operative
business because their markets
were uncertain. They formed the
Point ‘Judith Fishermen's Co-
operative Association, bought col-
lectively a $60,000 plant, and
within a few weeks were doing
$60,000 to $80,000 worth of busi-
ness a month. At this plant fish ;
ate sorted, boxed in ice, and put

co-operative-owned trucks for
i ment to city markets in the
northeast region. Recently mem-
bers had a freezer installed and
the comparative has started to
handle a large volume of frozen
fish produnts for distant markets.

Co-operative. activities are not
limited to buying supplies and
marketing fish. Fishermen have
set up three marine wisurance co-
operatives to protect themselves
financially against loss of life and
business losses, In addition, the
insurance companies advance





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loans to
equipment.
Leaders of the fishery co-opera-
tive movement are working t
federate nationally. Such a union
would provide many additional
benefits for fishermen. A national
federation can better keep
touch with U.S, legislation affect-
ing fishermen, can operate as a
central point in supplying infor-
mation to local associations, and

purchase new fishing

can promote nation-wide sales of guian

co-operative fish pr oducts.

The fishermen’s co-operative
movement is going ahead s0
rapidly that in a short time it may
be common practice for the U.S.
fisherman to borrow from his co-
operative credit union to buy or
build and outfit his boat, to in-
sure his boat with a co-operative
insurance policy, sell his catch to
his aw erative agency, and

market his product through his
local association with national dis-
tribution facilities.



Successors To
B.G. Governor

LONDON, Aug.
Two names are being men-
tioned as possible successors to
Sir Charles Woolley, Governor of
British Guiana, who will be leav.-

ing there in August on leave
pending retirement. They are
Sir Andrew Wright, Governor of
Cyprus, and Sir Robert Arundel,
Governor of the Windward
Islands.

—LE:S.

NO QUORUM AT CH. CH.
VESTRY MEETING

There was no meeting of the
Christ Church Vestry which was
scheduled to take place yesterday
due to the lack of a quorum
- Members present were:
H, A. Talma, Churechwarden, !
Cc. B. Brandford, Mr. F.,
Goddard, M.C.P., Mr. J. E.Welster,
Mr. H. St.G. Ward, Mr. G, C.
Ward, Mr. C. S. McKenzie and
Mr. C. Ifill,

DUTCH SEAMAN LEAVES
AFTER OPERATION

Dirk Snass, a Dutch seaman
from the SS. -Schie, left for
Amsterdam via Plymouth yester-
day morning in the M.V. Willem-
stad after undergoing an operation
for appendicitis at the Barbados
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Meeting Tonight

The St. Michael-South Local
Association of the Boy Scouts As-
cciation will meet To-night at
3.15 at Scout Headquarters, Bec-
kles Road. Members will consider
ind adopt the bye-laws.



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Will Decide Claims |
Of Jamaica

rye Yr .
Trade Unions

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Aug. 8.

To decide the claims of three
Jamaican trade unions for affilia-
tion with the International Con-
federation of Trade Unions, a
delegation from the Brussels
headquarters of this international
Organisation is visiting Jamaica
within the next few weeks,

The three ynions which have
applied for afiliation with the
LC.F.T.U, .are the T.U.C.,
recently proscribed by the P.N.P.
for Communist activities, the
N.L.C, a splinter T.U.C. union,
and the N.W.U.. formed by the
P.N.P. following the break with}
the T.U.C. }

Mr, Norman Manley’s recent\
visit to Barbados for talks with !

r. Grantley Adams, President of
jee Barbados Workers’ Union,
was connected with this matter.
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Friday, August 15 1952

Tourist Advertising

THE need for a co-ordinated advertising
policy to publicise Barbados overseas is
gradually being recognised by individual
agencies engaged in promoting the tourist
traffic of the island.

This need has arisen from the increase
in the number of agencies which are
actively concerned, in their own interests,
with the promotion of tourists travel in the
Caribbean.

The Barbados Publicity Committee for
instance exists to publicise the attractions
of Barbados as a tourist resort and 75% of
its revenue is expended in publicity and
advertising.

But the Barbados Publicity Committee is
not the only agency concerned with pro-
moting the tourist industry of Barbados.
All the airline companies operating in the
region especially British Overseas Airways,
Trans-Canada, Pan American and British
West Indian Airways advertise Barbados
at no expense to the island.

British West Indian Airways has an
especial interest in the promotion of the
tourist industry throughout the Caribbean
and in the years 1950-51 spent $90,000 in
North America advertising chiefly Jamaica
and Barbados. Today Barbados still re-
ceives publicity in B.O.A.C’s advertising
campaign in North America.

In Venezuela, British West Indian Air-
ways spends $2,000 monthly on press and
radio advertising. Barbados has been
mentioned in two-thirds of these insertions
during the past two years. These advertise-
ments appear in the best Venezuelan news-
papers and in the English language
Caracas Journal,
Indian Airways has been advertising Bar-
bados as a family seaside resort for Vene-
zuelans and much of the Venezuelan tour-
ist traffic in recent months has been drawn
from the family type of tourists.

So anxious. is British West Indian Air-
ways to promote vacation traffic from
Venezuela to the British Caribbean and
especially to Barbados that a salesman: is
employed there at a salary of approximate-
ly $500 a month.

Recently British West Indian Airways
have been turning their attention to the
promotion of tourist traffic between Puerto
Rico and Barbados and a sales represent-
ative has been stationed there. They have
also taken the initiative to advertise Bar-
bados in the leading Puerto Rican news-
paper and have secured the co-operation
of the Barbados Publicity Committee for
this purpose. British West Indian Air-
ways is spending $600 monthly this year
on press and radio advertising in Puerto
Rico and Barbados is receiving the lion’s
share of this publicity.

The present arrangement for package

tours to Barbados which are effective until
November were introduced by British West
Indian Airways.
\ The ten leading agents in Puerto Rico
have standing invitations to travel to Barba-
dos by British West Indian Airways at any
time.

British Overseas Airways Corporation
the parent company of British West India
Airways spends approximately one third
of its North American advertising on the
Caribbean and Barbados enjoys some of
this free publicity.

Barbados has shown little appreciation
of the huge debt it owes to British West
Indian Airways, but it could never have
known the advertising value of the air-
lines unless the facts mentioned above were
made public. Now that they have been
made public by request (and not because
West Indian Airways is seeking to public-
ise its contribution to the development of
the tourist industry) there will undoubted-
ly be a revision of ideas in many fields of
tourist endeavour.

The approach to the tourist industry of
Barbados is inevitably an amateur ap-
proach in an island where the advantages

_of the tourist industry are still only’ ap-
preciated by a relatively small number of
persons. }

Unfortunately too, it is a divided ap-
proach and the recent formation of the
Barbados Hotel Association has emphasised
the breach which exists between some
proprietors of hotels, guest houses and
clubs in Barbados. ;

Most of the old established hotels con-
tinue to operate without the assistance of
the hotel association and the membership
of the hotel association does not yet permit
of the employment of a paid official who
would be available to carry out a policy
defined by the association and to investigate
complaints or give advice on problems
arising out of the tourist trade. Mean-
while the Barbados Publicity Committee
is compelled because of the very limited
revenue it receives in comparison with the
value of the tourist industry of the island
-to control its activities at a time when they
ought to be expanded.

The time has come for a re-orientation of
the activities which are concurrently
taking place to promote the tourist in-
dustry of Barbados.

Valuable and appreciated as must be the
advertising expenditure of British West
Indian Airways, British Overseas Airways,
Trans-Canada and other airlines to pro-
mote travel to Barbados: efficient and en-
thusiastic as is the Barbados Publicity
Committee: eager and earnest as is the
Barbados Hotel Association: experienced
and full of knowledge as are the hotel
and club proprietors operating independ-
ently: they cannot without full co-operation
benefit the tourist industry of Barbados to
the extent that it might be benefited.

The friction and overlapping which now
exist in the industry may be symptomatic
of a change of outlook and may be ad-
vantageous ultimately to the island. But
‘unless an early attempt is made to co-
ordinate and wherever possible ecouomise
in effort or expenditure some of the pro-

re recent years may be lost

Recently British West



BARBADOS



‘THE Blackfish Industry of St

Vincent was established some
30 years ago, and owes its incep-
tion to the whaling tradition of
Beqguia, en the one hand, and t&
local porpoise fishing on the other
Indeed “Blackfish” itself is almost
a compromise. Commonly known
as the Pilot Whale Globecephalus
Melas, it has been described by
Dr. H. H. Brown as “a small
species of whale rather larger
than a porpoise from 12 to 20 feet
in length,”

It is hunted for meat and blub-
ber. The former is salted, dricd
ind sold for human consumption.
Some of the blubber is used locally
for cooking fat; the remainder 1s
sold for medicinal purposes or ex-
ported to Barbados or Trinidad,

Carcase weights vary enormous-
ly. Large bulls may weigh over
12 or 15 cwt. and yield over 25
gallons of oil. Small calves weign
a mere 100 Ibs, and have no oi!
‘ontent worth while. During the
ceriod July 1—December 3!, 1951,
66 fish of varying size were taken.
These yielded 622 gallons of oil
and some 20,000 lbs, of fresh meat.

Very little is known of the life
history and migrations of these
fish. They are seen in many parts

of the wo but as visitors at
irregulap ervals and not as
resident he local industry of
Barrouallié must have been en-

couraged by the presence of Black-
fish on most days of the year.

Gauging Belief

The belief in the regular pres-
ence of Blackfish may be gauged
from the fact that from a total of
182 days (including Sundays anc
holidays), 638 hunting excursions
took place in 135 days. Of» these,
600 were unsuccessful, and from
the total of 135 days, 66 fish were
caught on 22 days only, the distri-
bution being as follows: July 24,
5; July 26, 4; October 24, 12,
November 23, 9. The remainder
were taken in catches of 3 or less
throughout the remaining 18 suc-
ecssful days. The overall picture
is, therefore, as follows. 638 trips
were made on 135 days. 38 trips
were successful on 22 days only
and landed 66 fish. Of these 30
were caught in four days. Ref-
erence to previous records and to
the fishermen proved this situation
normal. '

Hunting Technique

The technique of hunting. is
very simple. A 23’ whale boat. is
manned by a captain, harpooner
and 4 oarsmen. Propulsion is by
main sail and jib until the boat 1s
manoeuvred among a shoal of fish
when oars are used in addition.
Hunting equipment consists of
hend harpoons, lances, and line,
and the successful harpooner is
ore who can either apick br a
befare it dives or judge the spo
at Beet tt will reappear.

- On, most occasions, the struggle
between man and fish was fairly

matehed, t of the fish were
beat shy, af ‘it was usually an
experien calf or an over-
iwxious or Weakened cow which

failed to keep out of danger. ‘The
records for the 6 months were: 12
Bills, 34 Cows, 20 Calves. The
vapture of one fish usually made
for further success. Curiosity, ¢
gr®garious nature, or mating in-
stinets make the harpooned fish

SOS . Take Us



ava Blackiish Hunting Off

$i. Vincent |

By RS. RACK,

Fisheries Adviser to the Gov-
ernor of the Windward Islands



source of interest to others, As
lia@rpooner put it: “We cater
babee den mudder, den fader”

But all too often they caught none,
and for many weeks an occasionai
one or two.

On October 24 the situation
changed. In place of the two or
three small shoals, a large.mass of
fish came along the coast. Their
behaviour wrs very different from
those previlusly seen. Whereas
they had behaved curiously like a
herd of cattle scattering before ‘an
intruder but re-fcrming to pursue
a somewhat aimless course these
were in more regular formation,
moved in a way which suggested
purpose, and, above all, were "6.
boat shy. Indeed their formation
was so close and their moyemait
so regular that harpoon cc. id
miss one fish yet find another. Tne
fish were encountered in the late

f cracon (3.30 p.m.); before dark
12 were taken, but although six
boats put to sea the following day
and nine the day afdqr no more

fish of this type wire seen, Tau
shoal had passed. Similar fish
were nct re-encountty unatia
November 23 when inine were
‘aught. in
This, then, was the explanation
or the marked variation in lsnd-
ings. Usually one, two or three

at best are caught, but at intervals
strange fish appear and alr
every boat can take all it
handle, The men recognise the
difference, and call these the
“tame” fish in distinction to those
regularly encountered, which are
difficult to catch and, therefore,
“wild.”



Fair Indication

The definition is perhaps naive
but it is a very fair indication of
the behaviour as judged by the
hunter. Amend the terms. to
“migrant” and “resident”, and the
picture may be a little clearer:
migrant and unsophisticated, resi-
dent and overhinted, Only a
scientifically conducted survey or
the systematic marking of these
fish would provide demonstrable
proof,

So far as other s@€as are con-
cerned, the latter behaviour woul
be consistent with what is already
known. They are irregular visitors
uff the Faroe Islands, off the coast
of North America and elsewhere

As might be expected, economics
uf the industry have been adapted
to meet the high percentage of
foifures, and few men depend on
it for a complete livelihood.

Part-Time Aspect

The boats are nearly all owneu
bys men with other commercial
inierests. They are loaned on a
share basis to small groups who
have time on their hands and are
looking for either a day’s work
(with a speculative risk of earning
nothing) or a day’s sport (with a
chance of reward), The harpooners
and captains may have some
slight retainer, but very little
money passes, until a fish is caught
and sold, Then a member of a

ADVOCATE

lucky crew amay make $4 for his |
day with at.

Boat engines would be an ad-
vantage in getting the boats to sea,
towing fish home and moving in
searcn of shoals. During the hunt
‘heir value has yet.to be proved.
in my one experience with an out-
board motor the fish seemed
opprehensive of the propeller.

Light harpoon guns might help,
and experiments will shortly be
made with the heaviest shoulder
fun which is available. Mounted
guns have proved to be too slow.

The use of “larger boats taking
longer trips to sea” has been advo-



eated by some fishermen. One
launch has already been tried as
a commercial undertaking which
was abandoned through recurring
loss. In fact the overhead costs
were far greater than the gross
value of the fish caught.

If more fish can be taken more
iegularly, the situation will
change. Until then, it is a kind of
big sport fish hunting which brings
a very modest return to the boat
owner and provides a gamble with
tortune for various members of a
group of men who have time to
offer. Serious capital expendityr:

launches would be highly
peculative,

The meat is salted and dried, It
is then sold throughout the Island,
und is a cheap form of protein
focd, Colloquially known = as
‘Island Bacon”, it has the ad-
vantage of replacing salt fish as a
preserved food, Supplies have
1ever yet exceeded demand. The
12 fish taken on October 24 were
sliced, salted and dried before
October 26. All were sold.

An alternative outlet could be



used as fresh meat. To this end,
the lungs should be inflated at sea
and the guts removed, leaving the
body cavity open to the cool
water, The meat should be sold
or transferred to cold storage im-
‘nediately.

At preseni the blubber is cooked
an pans over wood fires, and when
care is exercised quite a good oil
can be prepared in this way.

To secure the best results, the
oil should be made from fresh
blubber, and one man given the
task of oil extraction. At the
moment, this is somewhat imprac-
ticable. Each crew wishes to boil
its own oil which it holds as a cash
reserve for conversion by barter in
due course.

The normal commercial ‘con-
cainer for oil is the 50 gallon oil
drum, so that export shipments of
oil in these drums may represent
the offerings of several individyal
tishermen.

Obvious Answer

Because of this, qualities are
continually varying and markets
tiave expressed dissatisfaction, ‘1 ne
ubvious answer would seem to be
the Fishermen's Association, ready
to purehuse Oil or blubber and to
share the proceeds equitably. But
u'though willingness to help to
this end is, I think, a legitimate
and reasonable function of the
Government, some desire for co-
eperation should exist among the
men, And at* Barrouallie that
time is not yet. We are, however,
oping to strengthen the Fisher-
men’s Association, and this par-
tcular problem may disappear in
a general readjustment.

—L.E.S.

gee eerie



Off. Say The

Last 24 —WVet The Rent Is
Only £1 A Year

WICKSTEED OF THE ISLES

SOAY,

Off Skye in the Hebrides.

SO far Wicksteed’s weekly tow
of the isles has taken you to nice
islands, islands that people like.
his one is quite different.

Here ig a dying island, and the
24 survivors—all that are left of
a once busy community of 150—
have implored the Government to
take them away from its barren
, misty shores and settle them some-
, where else.

Gale-Swept

SOAY is shaped like a pair of
cuff links three miles across and
joined together in the middle. At
\the nearest point it is only a

nile from the coast of Skye, but
| that mile of ‘wa@ter—gale-swept
in winter and frequently fog-
bound in summer—is an evil spirit
that dominates the islanders’ lives,

I come here Hy motor-boat from
Mallaig, 18 miles away. The swirl-
ing mist threw everything out of
proportion, Rocky islets looked like
mountains, and the seagulls. sit-
ting on them like rows of whiie
houses.

When we felt our way into the
liitle bay that the ivlanders use
as a harbour the mist would lift
‘for a moment and reve’l a cot-
jtage with the washing hanging
limp and dejected from the line.
'In the eerie, deceptive light ihe
garments looked like the clothes
of some race of giants,

No Living Here

OUR shouts brought out Neil
Campbell, one of the eight, or so
able-bodied men left on the island
and he rowed me ashore in
much-painted dinghy.

Neil, who is sad-eyed and mid-
dle-aged, speaks Gaelic like a!
‘these people of the mist, and
when he uses English it is in the
deliberate way of a man
lating as he goes.

“Aye,” he gaid “we'll all be
glad to go. Thete’s no living here
let all. The ldbsters are finished.
'Sixty creels we put down yester-
‘day and this morning only two
, lobsters in the lot. You canna live
on that.”

trans-

>

Through the dripping mist T
igroped my way to the nearest
cottage and knocked on the door,
'‘A tall, bald-headed man in sea-
boots and sweater bade me into
the parlour, and troduced me t
vhis wife, who alse wore seal

In Which Bernard Wicksteed tells
how he has spent a week sur-
rounded by water, this time on
Soay, the Scottish Island which
a girl from London bought just
because she wanted somewhere
to live.

_—_—_—_—_——_—

He was Sandy Campbell, and his
wife, who is from Skye, used 10
be a school teacher, But now there
is no school. The classroom is
locked up, and two bachelors live
in the teacher’s quarters.

There are only two children on
Soay now, One of them, Norman

MacDonald, is five and a_ haif
and the other is three. Twenty
years ago the school had 16
pupils.

Beautiful But - - -

SANDY used to be a sailor, and
was torpedoed in World War I.
The wooden, walls of his neat
parlour are hung with his medals
and the pictures of forgotten
ships.

“Aye,” he said “it is a beauti-
fu. place here when the sun shines,
but a man canna live on beauty.
We canna grow anything but a
few potatoes, and al) the soil for
them must be carried on the back
and laid on the rocks,

“There isna qa wheel-barrow on
the island, for there is nowhere
level enough to wheel it.”

His wife, keen and intelligent-
looking in spite of the isolation,

said: “The young people willna
stay here, and who can blame
them for that? They go away
for experience, and when they

come back they miss the worldly
pleasures of the flésh.”

There are cer'ainly few world-
ly pleasures on Soay. The island-
ers belong to the “Wee Free” sect,
and on Sundays they put on their
best clothes and stay at home.
Visiting on the Sabbath is a sin.
They will not even listen in to the
weather forecast.

Soay was first inhabited about
150 years ago by crofters from
Skye, who had been turned out
by their chiefs to make way for
sheep.



Sandy’s wife told me that the
first man to colonise the island
let his fire go out by accident and
swam across the sound to Skye
for a light In these. days of
matches sion nd rations. de-

th





livered om the mainland

t year?

Out Of Business

FOR a while the community
flourished. They owned a fleet of
fine schooners and were the
carriers for the islands around,
but steam drove them out of
business. Then they quarried the
local rock, and several streets in
Liverpool were paved with their
stone 50 years ago. That industry
died out, too.

In the 1930’s they were twice }
nearly starved out when gales cut
them off for weeks. Then in 1937
they got their greatest fright when
46 out of 51 went down with flu
and they could hardly man a
boat. After an epic journey a
doctor and a nurse reached the
island with medicines and com-
forts,

The islanders pay only £1
year in rent, and there is un-
limited fuel for the taking in the
peat bogs. They also have a radio
telephone now.

a

Lost Boat

AGAINST this they must pay
3s. lld. a parcel for the delivery
of their rations, and fuel for their
lebster boats costs nearly double
the mainland price,

They had a boat with which
they used to fetch the rations
from Mallaig, but one night it
caught fire and they lost it.

This autumn at least two more
families are moving to the main-
land of their own accerd. This
will leave only 18 people, four of
them old-age pensioners,

Recently the island was sold
for a few hundred pounds to Mrs.
Jan Geddes an English girl who
used to be a secretary at Ealing
Studios. She is married to a shark
fisherman at MatYaig, and she told
me she bought the island for the
sake of an empty house that goes
with it.

Houses To Let

TO the people of the mist who
had béén hoping for a millionaire
this was the limit,

They called a meeting of all the
islanders over 21 and signed a
petition asking fo be moved away,
as were the people of St. Kilda’
before the war.

Would you care for one of their
empty houses at a rent of £1 a

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felt sure, as all fathers do, that the Almighty
had mapped out a fine and glowing career
for the infant child. 1FyuTs
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Reith would one day be the first Baron Reith ’
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Throughout the years he has flitted, like a Galvanise Water Heads,
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Almost without a break since 1922 this
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Has he been a success?

Always, always when he takes on a new
job he gives the impression of being about
to do great things. He exudes a confidence
which is so unctuously righteous that it
seems heresy to question its soundness.

Seldom, seldom, alas, does his performance
match up to his promise.

It was thus during the war years when, in
rapid succession, he became Minister of In-
formation, Minister of Transport, and Minis-
ter of Works.

He was a striking and splendid figure in
all three jobs. A success in none,

‘MAGIC’ TOUCH

Yet even when he was sacked and joined
the Navy there was still something magical
about the man. He carried his lieut.-com-
mander’s stripes with the dignity and bear-
ing of an Admiral of the Fleet.

The adinirers of Lord Reith—and he has
many besides himself—have never faltered
in their faith.

They dismiss each of his failures as being
due to bad luck. As proof of his inherent
brilliance, they point with pride to the mag-
nificent success he had when he was pre-
war boss of the B.B.C.

Lord Reith ran that organisation as if it
were a Lord’s Day Observance Society. He
did not care overmuch what sort of pro-
grammes the public wanted. He knew the
sort of programmes Lord Reith thought they
should get.

He was rigid. He was unrelenting. Yet
throughout it all he secured for himself pub-
lic esteem in immense measure.

But it is not the jobs which Lord Reith has
held in the past which should now concern
the nation. It is the office he occupies at the
moment—the chairmanship of the Colonial
Development Corporation.

Those who believe in the Empire appreci-
ate that this is one of the most important
jobs a man can hold. Even those who do not
believe in the Empire will not attempt to
underwrite its significance.

For whether the Empire may or may not
mean something to the British taxpayer,
money certainly does. And in the 53 under-
takings of the Colonial Development Corpo-
ration there are many millions of public
money invested.

When Lord Reith was appointed £5,000-
a-year chief of these 53 undertakings two
years ago, he and his admirers were sure, as
usual, that he would make a brilliant success
of his new post.

And on this occasion it seerned just possi-
ble that they might be right.

HIS SACRIFICE

Two points were in Lord Reith’s favour :

1, The man whom he was succeeding—
Lord Trefgarne—had been such a dismal
failure that it would have been difficult even
for Reith, in comparison, to have seemed
more inefficient.

2. It appeared that Lord Reith really had
his heart in his new job, that he was a sin-
cere and passionate believer in Imperial de.
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How could it be otherwise when, as he took
pains to make clear at the time, he was ac-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







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Omnibus Company—Vestry Rates Hearing Adjourned

C. J. May Give Decision
In Yonkers Case To-Day



that he might suspect that every-
thing was not regular, but could
hot say what was the cause of the
tdregularity, let .alone giving a
judgment based on it.

Three More Thefts
Reported To Pslice

C4 For Violating

Q. C. Netball Team Returns —_Tdad Cricketers
Traffic Laws

Rites Gcéesafil Tour Intransit For

: ; His Lordship to find for the â„¢ - re Eric Prescod of Government Thieves netted $163.00 wort f

AFTER FURTHER EVIDENCE was taken yesterday Vestry would have to say add on z Fe ‘ Bermuda Pour fill was yesterday ordered by His -; ; antics Sink = fr tak ve x

in the Common Pleas suit in which the Yonkers Motor ong othe a month, but he could THE MEMBERS of the Queen’s College Netball Team Among the intransit passengers Worship Mr, H. A. Talma to pay hauls during the past two day
~ ° . ‘ not ao hat. - 5 - i r} 7 2 "J l'r ids resterday or oa . ASIST SES . 1 < P reac : > Setweoe a0 Ae

Omnibus Co. Ltd. are objecting to the rates laid upon them "“There would aiways be cases "Cturned trom their vietomous tour ” a pnt gary i arriving” by T.C.A. yesterday fame cera tag hes of the Between 4.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. cn

by the St. Michael’s Vestry for 1950-51, Counsel for each when the Court felt that someone morning by the M.V. Willemstad after an absence of three morning was a team of cricketers a the 12th, $75.00 was stolen from

party addressed the Court was lucky to get off, but no case weeks, from Trinidad, captained by Mr, ,.Preseod was found guilty of safe at the Barbados Dye Works.

His Lordship the Chief

had been proved against him

The girls won six of the seven games played.

Brunnell Jones, Sports

Reporter

failing to stop after an accident,

The money is the property of M

Justice (Sir Allan. Collymore) “gj “Guardian” en which charge he was fined £1, 7 ye : ;
: ; : B nce the Vestry h , ; : F “ ee an eae! of the “Guardian. » John Beckles owner of the Dye
said that he hopes to give his decision to-day at 10.30 a.m. that a profit had aah make oe The team comprised : Nell Hall (Capt.), Sylvia Yarde, “The ‘Trinidad cricketers were °"4 on another charge of dangerous Works

until when he has adjourned the case. petitioners had succeeded to the Marguerite Wood, Barbara Palmer, Rosita Hope, Pat invited by the. Somerset Cricket “ving, he was ordered to pay £3. The Police were also informed

The case began on Wednesday,





extent that the Vestry’s rating at



Browne, Yvonne Smith, Sybil Farnum and Glenda wayne.
















Club of Bermuda to play against

Both offence: were committed

by the Revd. E. Deane of Barba-









ma. } Case a profit could not be upheld, and the leading teams there. The ©" the 18th of May, 1952 rees Hill that thieves broke into
ye uae ———s on oe eee the CéOmpany was en- P li d a: Also arriving with the .eam tour will last for 20 days during his house and stole $54.00 in cash
ay a yesterday. is one 2: . ° itled to costs. Ba Mrs. BE. M. Wotton, Games which time they will be playing and a fount > ye 2
three in which Bus Companies ob- Sirens Replace Mr. Reece said they did not ap- once n l Mistress of Queen”’s College, her test matches. : ; ” oe d . N l 9 Lelmegn ‘40 om an ae eee
jected to the rates laid upon them i pear to know the nature of the Hasti Ri k little ean sex, Miss Monica Mar- Lady etson oes Ween machete ee ee
by the’ St. Michael Vestry, One Bells In Fire casa they were doing, The onus as ings ocks tineau, Assistant Mistress of , This is the first South Carib- ~ od es
has already been decided. In that, : . : of proof was upon the Company, 3 - Queen's College and Miss Pat Best, bean team to play in Bermuda Arrives loniorrow Harold Holder e. Howells Cros
His Lordship upset the rates laid E r, not upon the Vestry, andthe Com- The Police Band, under their Mrs. Wotton told the Advocate Since 1939. Negotiations are Road, St. Michael, reported the
by the Vestry anaiisr tha tatides ngines pany had’to come into Court and conductor, Captain C. E. Raison, tha: the : wiole wa, Underway and there is a possibil- ap .GNs “Tady Nelson” i oa CH A A Ce
= he Vestry against the National shaw thet ier had wet teen tated’ LB. A Ric M wit saaneeeee it the tour on t whole was ity that the team will stop at Bar The C.N.S. “Lady Nelson” is due loss of a turkey worth $9.00 from
us C pany, ¢ ae : ; ) Ce . +n eae oes v s ery successful and the girls ha 3 s Pe yibt Stop & ar- rive here fr re. s between 11 : ul noo
‘thie weaetosa wees, $401.32 oan The fire appliances and | properly. He was submittirg that their concerts at Hastings Rocks , \.... ferful trip. As far as the bades on their way back to play Vialifax, B ao dad Shedd on on Wed ate nd "on 29: ae
at $6,012 . Bs Steaks en 4 ia the car of the Fire Officer they had not even attempted to commencing to-night at 8 pm. © nae Cealtege ois weirs an three- day games as from Septem- # " a ee anc sermuda on nia arses smite f, on on the RPO
ieee ee a ORs Oe aes are now fitted with sirens to prove it, and therefore the rate (Friday 15th). The band plan to Coned eho Pthat they Kambing: CMe turday August 16. She will sail night between midnight and 5
Oe ‘ ad warn traftic of their approach | as laid by the Vestry remained give three weekly concerts in suc- |) |, ; cath cited hatha , the same night at,9 o'clock for. St. a.m., a goat worth $15.00 was also
The other Bus Company which when proceeding to a fire. . cession before arranging to play ‘ vel! ia much faster Mr. Tones expressed the hope \i2cent, Grenada, Trinidad and. stolen. The Police are investigat-
has objected against the rates, Hitherto, the fire waggons In their attempt to prove their every fortnight weather permit- et , and that Barbados will overlook the | itish Guiana, ing the respective reports
is the Progressive Bus Co. His were fitted with bells which case, the Company had produced ting. To-night’s programme will ‘ heir possibility of the rainy weather
Lordship said that whether or warned of their approach. books which were books from the be as follows: — Sucee’ thus making possible for Bar- a a piste retinitis
not he gives his decision to-day ee of the word, but which t ; : 5, = _the earlier matches, : their bados to see friendly intereolonial
in the case’ of the Yonkers Bus Seek 9 ane ee ee eve Q) soi Suter ae, rte | oo a oy oreren, jo Beg oe pe year os
“ a ge é - —_" is Across he latte ames . vere play - a S as al
ae, “ ae peoeea te rect, he corrected them, If oth®r pany. It was obvious that the and “El Capitan” Te eoues ed on wet heavy pitches, ‘ne vis- Aas ann (Captain). Councillor
gressive Bus Co. 18 of the Pro- corrections or writing over of report made by Mr, Cuke was (2) Concert Overture—“Morn- itors were handicapped a great B, Lalsingh, Deputy Mayor of
Mr.G nee : figures occurred, they were not worth nothing. The best of jobs ing, Noon, and Night” deal and did not seem able to ad- Port-of-Spain, Edward John
Mr. G. H. Adams, associated with his was not done : : :
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, instructed rw : ; as not done. —Suppe just themselves to the wet slip- (Joint Managers), R. Tang Choon,
by Messrs. Yearwood at Cross-examined, he said that it His ishi s ot i+ ene (3) Operatic Excerpts— pery grounds like the Trinidad- L. Butler, L, Knight, S, Asgarali,
y Messrs. z d & Boyce, puzzled him to think th there iis Lordship said that it was “Cc ” Bize ria a 7 ~ c
Solicitors, seared for the + Pree at there to be remembered that what Mr armen —Bizet ians who were more accustomed C, Sampath, J. Jackbir, B. Hard-
National ‘B a i ee : e pe should be additions of $100. It Cuke had done was oiGhe ae the (4) Selertion—‘The Belle of to sodden pitches. ing, R. Tronchin C. Skeete, O.
: oni us Company and ar® would have been more reasonable ~Y** | anne een tee i ean New York” —Kerker Demming, D. Ramsamooj, S, Guil-
appearing for the Yonkers. Mr. if they had ‘been
E. W. Barrow, instructed by the

(By request)

Mr. Reece repeated what he had (5) Valse—“Gold and Silver”

The shooters too, had to get ac-

customed to the heavier ball to

len, R. Legall.

L. Knight and R, Tronchin are



same. solicitors, are representing - Nothing Shown said, and continued to say that Mr. —Lehar gauge in their shots. The te only non-intercolonial layers

the Progressive Bus Co. Mr. Adams =i that his sub- Bohne, the Company's auditor, had (g) Intermezzo Triumphal— the whole pulled its ‘alae “ak along with Jones They will be
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., associa- mission was that nothing had been Tt Aite shown | the necessary “Cleopatra” —Manecinelli it was mainly due to their quick- guests of the Somerset Cricket

ted with Mr, J. S. B, Dear and shown, despite the alterati py *ense of responsibility. (7) Characterist}c—*Bells ess Minette aera le to ae CIN

Miss M. A. Reece, instructed by which th yh aoe t erations, DY His Lordship told Mr. Reece Across the Meadow” not Shale: aie af te aoe) to de. : |

Messrs, Carrington & Sealy, are which the, Court could be remote- that when he was finished with —Ketelbey Mrs CRIA, | ; |
sts, Ca ngton ealy, are ly guided as to whether the re- pijs harangue on Mr, Cuke and Mrs, Wotton said that the girls

representing the Vestry.

The Yonkers c'aim that they
were ass@ssed at $644.03 in respect
of a profit of $5,236; that they
ought not to have been assessed at

turns had been inaccurate, let
alone a finding that a_ profit had
been made, and what profit. His
Lordship would be undertaking

(8) Novelty Patrol—‘The
Cavalry of the Steppes”

—Knipper
(9) Ballad—
“T'll Walk Beside You”

Mr. Bohne he would like to know
how to handle the mistakes in the
books, as they went to show if
anything that the Company were

had not only gained experience on
the tour from the games point of
view, but also from the educa-
tional point,

House Damaged
By Fire

at the wildest guess in christendom showing that they made more —Murray Speaking of the hospitality of part of the roof of a board and!
that, and that the rates are in to try to arrive at such from than they actually did. Played in honour of the the Trinidadians, she said that shingled house 16 x 9 was damag-
other respects illegal, unequal, what had been divulged. Mr. Reece said he Had already composer, Major Alan ‘hey could not speak too ihighly eq by fire which broke out at
partial, oppressive and unjust. Mr. Bohne had done what was pointed out the legal position and Murray, Seaforth High- of it and added that they had more Scion alls UHindabure: Read:!
Previous to the case, the Yonk- required of him and what any His Lordship. said that he knew landers, who recently engagements than they could ful- abe + 4.50 o’cl “k = Wedhianday
ae wine _ objected to two normal aceountant would have the position — that bi onus of passed away in Nairn, Al ining” ee ee ee !
auditors the Vestry had sent in 5 ‘ ; . proof was not on the Vestry, but Scotland. 4 : be sea |
to inspect their books after they the Way. Bills’ pekicdically. oe on the Company, but how woula (10) Excerpts from— Among the places they visited . The house is the property of

were not satisfied with the returns

Whoever made the alterations

an increase in the Company’s South Pacific —Rodgers.

were the C



‘ib Beer Bottling Fac-

Aditha Alleyne who lives in it. The



. : ; 5 ‘ é 7 > sotry . “ at tory, the Sweet or Dns Fire Brigade turned out and put
s 5 > care ¢ » be- : fits effect the Vestry. F et Rag : wee Drink Factor & }
sent in After the care came be might have felt that the way bills eet Bache gala aa heats uae (11) Finale—“l2th Street at (Solo Beverages), the R Abo out the flames |
fore the Court, an agreement was as brought in to him seemed to , Mr: he iat th at 1 A Ge ar OT Shirt “Factory. Th - _ |
reached between the two parties be inaccurate, that the conduc- crease which then would be no Pediat. duraictia ce teh e oBtinidac |
that Messrs. Bovell & Skeete were tors had written down less than increase, was deducted, it would GOD SAVE THE QUEEN! Brick Making Factory, Trinidad

a suitable
books.

firm to inspect the

Figures Were Correct

they received.

His Lordship asked, “Why
everytime $100?”

Mr. Adams said that his submis-

be shown that the Company were
more or less bankrupt.

The figures in the books meant
nothing According to that,



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Leaseholds Ltd., the Pitch Lake at
La Brea and various other places
of interest including Maracas, Blue
Basin, the farm at the Imperial

INDIAN INDEPENDENCE |

DAY MESSAGE

To-day

of Indian Independence. The Com-

is the fifth anniversary



and keeps the home
BRIGHT, CLEAN é-



Hon, H. A, Cuke of Messrs. sion was that four people might Money was taken out somewhere r * College of Tropical Agriculture missioner for India in the British
Bovell & Skeete who gave evi- put suggestions as ponte! em and some money was added to Show To Be. Giver and Mount St. Benedict. They also West Indies will broadcast an}
dence the first day of the case, planations, but that would get His make a better appearance. How aes ; made a trip by motor launch to Independence Day Message from
said that according to an ab- Lordship nowhere. His Lordship were they to tell what were the By British Council the Islands, Port-of-Spain at 5.30 pm, over,
stract book he had seen, the Tae guess as to the true ex- hogy Menara Ri uni ear Of the seven games played, they 3275 megacycles on the 49 metre |
CU iacnet GOUbe Macaew In the absence of the law laying bogus figures with th object of on ee es cee Pee Won all but the last which was band,

Director of the Company, in giv-
ing evidence on Friday, said in
cross-examination that from the
book produced which showed the







down what type of books a Com-
pany had to keep, in the absence
of the Law saying, “If you do not
keep your books in such a way,
it will be taken that if your bus

defeating the rates of St. Michael near the Married- Women’s Quar-

ters, Garrison, to-night, The films
are “Road Safety’, “East Africa”,
and “Preventing the Spread of

“Conscience Money”

His Learned friend had mads



played against the island in water
ankle deep.

Following are the results Queen's
College beat Tacarigua 16—8, QC.
beat Bishop Anstey High School







ansion=Polish



number of passengers who drove can hold 40 people and it made Disease.” The last film will be pre- 16—8, Q.C. beat S . oe fe
; ‘ _ ; ' mention of conscience ney be- » QC, beat St. Joseph's in

in -— vg enh 7 and ape ae Sie we will decide hay yOu ing panne in by ereeesional dana be ws oe by pot Ben vent (who are head eine _ FOR FLOORS. FURNITURE & LINOLEY
was kept for the Transport and made the maximum amount pos- th re ard. to! income-tax, and zibson, cting Chief Sanitary onlary School's League) 2l-— i Barbados _
Labour Departments, it was seen sible”, nothing could be done. The hak aah te oa Instance cf cone Inspector, St, Michael. @.C. beat Eton Clab ia. 10: OC mmm Agent: A & S Bryden & Sons Ltd, ——
that certain buses were not en- circumstances nly showed that science money, but it would seem beat Holy Name Convent 13-4: 4
tered, but this was accounted for the law ought to be altered. It that the Company's conscience Q.C. beat Bishop Anstey's High ‘2

by the fact that they were regular hole _ os instance of loop- pricked them quite a deal, pricked “Will tad” I School Old Girls 15—3,'Q.C. lost B U

break-downs of buses. pb A cia Gens a man would them 14 times in one month when enis Cal S to Trinidad 8—13.

Yesterday he said that some-
times the Transport book might
show that 900 passengers say,
drove in a bus one day when in
truth only about 500 may have
driven in it. This was because a
route might be divided into four
sections, and if passenger

get off if he was charged with
stealing a horse and it was proved
that it was in fact a mare, That
had been a loop-hole in the law.
They did not know the explana-
tion for the addition. As a matter
of fact, the addition meant that

they decided to put on $1,400 ex-
tra. It showed plainly that they
were taking out money by such
big sweeps that they afterwards
said, let us put back a little, tnis
is too bare-faced.

At Barbados

The Dutch M.V. Willemstad
arrived trom Trinidad via Grenada
yesterday morning with twenty-

> five passengers inc >
Then there were the Transport I e including the mem.



Man Dies After
Extensive Burns

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a if anything, the Company would ; ee i : ¢ bers of the Queen’s College net | Chesterfield Bayley of Mount 5 i i
travelled through each section, be in a position of having to pay a aoe int bese “shes ball team and left later in the day Gay, St, Lucy, died at the General ee TO GET vo ; | DAI RYLEA
he would be registered four times, more rates, and the Vestry would ee teat nthe Fare Re. for Plymouth, ” Hospital on ‘Wednesday, exactly ey are real magic ||) said
though he was only one passenger. have gained by it. His Lordship We't. igi re" "Mtr. Jones had four weeks after he had been when it comes to | :
But this was written in the book could not say that he was satisfied Eover ai deans to eusthin that. if _The Willemstad which is con- admitted there suffering from ex- quality. CHEESE SPREAD hy
in which they recorded the fares that the alterations showed that coep, Win. daltedened, ansaniins Aiea Ske signed to Messrs, S. P. Musson, tensive burns), | ;

received, as one passenger.
He put in specimen way bilis



money was collected and not put
in, gr how much was collected and
therefore what the rate should be.

Son and Co., Ltd., also brought

would be written down in the s)9 bags of rice, dome Japanese

Fare Receipts Book, but that was

A post mortem examination was
arried out by Dr, K. M, B. Simon,

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illustratec ow > nu br 0: ; > Le ve ather ‘ veen fixed,

people travelling in a bus were wi age hy Se gy ti veink oe to 32, oe Rees ene Sa ae ine Oem vessel which left for Bayley received extensive burns «& co., LTD.

registered as the number of fares. one could say that they were try- ‘Therefore he was submitting the" we. Seas hours after its arrival when a gasoline drum exploded 20 Broad St. and | THE NAME GUARANTEES THE QUALITY
Cross-examined, he said that ing their best to cook their books that the books were the most/dis- 137 bags » live passengers and in the rear of a bus on which he Marine Garden

when added, the figures in the to show that smaller profits were honest set of books one could come ags of mail, was a passenger. vada Sti)

Fare Receipts Book for the third



being made than were actually

acrost, and the Court could not go!











of July showing the amount of made, but if they found that the by the books. So in their attempt | —
money each bus coliected, came books were kept in the ordinary to prove their case, the Company pet i

to $152.34, but the total was way, and that it would appear the had brought books by which the

written down as $252.34, an Company were making themselves Court could not go.

extra amount of $100. Such was Make more than they actually Mr, Adams said that there was YO

the case on other dates. When the were. what was to be done? no evidence to show how the






itl .-. Some Professional men, he was vestry arrived at their figures.
amounts for the various bus’s oak estry s I F
were added, they came to $100 told, paid income-tax for ery Mr, Reece said that it was with-
less than it was written that they TOS than it was shown they jn the Act that the Vestry could,
seine iehaeag A Ahad Sey e °Y got, because they felt that they jay their own rates if they were |
were, but all he could say as @ actually got more and they, were j6t satisfied with a CompanJ’s
possible explanation was that a trying to be fair, Perhaps in the returns, and it had to be presumed h
mistake had been made. In pase before them it was just that inat they had gone about the|
August and September there were the Company was trying to be laying of the rates on the right
also such irregularities in the honest and making certain al- basis

total written and the actual total. lowances. Trot

Not that he was giving up any

M U ST REALISE



Some were less than $100, but No Conviction of the arguments he had used, but CO I

most were $100. In Decemb2r §o in the absence of the law he would say that when it came R

there were 14 cccasions when the being other than it was, there to costs, whatever be His Lore WITH
totals for certain days showed could be no conviction, as it were. ship’s decision, as the Company :

$100 more than actual amounts It was seen that not only could a jad come to prove their case anc IS TO-DAY’S
came to. chariot and four be driven jn doing so had nct produced R ) ; bh,

The only explanation he could
think of was that there was a
mistake, but he was not the per-
son who kept the books.

Mr. E. H. Bohne, the Company
Auditer, used té see the books,
and signed them.

Mr. Bohne who gave evidence
the second day of hearing of the
case, wes recalled yesterday. -He
said that if totals were not cor-

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he does not, the Court would still
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Boussae’s Millions Millionaire Buys | GOVERNMENT NOTICE

CLASSIFIED ADS. |.Pamc save 7
A 16-hour-a-day man brings the business mind to the racing Vacation Village

stables . .. amd he finds it pays. ln Bahamas Broadcast Talk Prepared by the Director of Agriculture on





































































TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE
“BRIGHTWOOD”" situate on the seaside

FOR SALE | at St. Lawrence, Christ Church, stand-

















DIED | «me Hurricane W:
| —— Enon eae on of land. (From EVELYN IRONS) (From Our Own Correspondent) } a

- n— ee oes | drawing, dining and living room, garage PARIS. LONDON, Aug. 14. At fiv tes st eight Frid the 15th August, a

POCK Elizabeth Sashfield. The funer | | a ts” ith electric light . as Le A millionaire Deere e minutes pas 1 p.m, on ay, ’
Cottage, “Arth ae stk otnaae tani AUTOMOTIVE _ = | and ‘water " areughous., Inspection .~ AT THE Maisons-Laffitte racecourse, 12. miles north- witliam ee eee te | short broadeast talk prepared by the Director of Agriculture will be
evenifig tor St Leonapd's Church | CAR One Morcis «e " P) sedan per-| poposners bad ta ms between the west of Paris, poker-faced, clip moustached cotton mil- Chicago to-night that a syndica~) given over Rediffusion Service Limited on the subject of Hurricane

H ock, A. J ‘ock ect working order, Price $390.00. Ring} ‘ alee 1 rx ae . anil . es a ae 5 ras .* Se 3

: a s.s2-in|eme oF apes Memon” lower Ponge: | pie, Rove Wi be set up for sale, at lionaire, Marcel Boussac, France's biggest racehorse [on he was headin Las somes | Carries. 4
belle 15. 8.69--Bn_.| Rublic, Competition on. Mriday. the isth| owner, permittetl himself a smile of satisfaction Guuiands don ous cee Das 14.8.52,—2n.
CAR—One Wolselay 8 h.p, in perfect | *™
condition. Apply Eddie Gill C/o H
Jason Jones Garage 14.8.52—4n capes Niroer- 27.7.52—10n

IN MEMORIAM

————
GITTENS—In loving memory of Mabel



to be the leading two-year-oid & -———— ——— for 1,000 guests. |
1¢.8.59—4 in the land by winning the clas- 1° But Dunn refused to namé the SHIPPING NOTICES
sic Prix Robert Papin. Gir! Born members of the syndicate saying

This was the fifth year in suc- “certain top airlines and national



CAR—1938 Vauxhall in Good working The “BOWER”

order. New tyres. Contact Keith Ray- situate at the Gar-





























who d March 1934 and Arthur who | (7)... ; ie rison standing on four to five thousand
died cnt loos, oT pide. Dial ams 19.8 | #4 ft. of land, contains Galleny, 2 Bed- {cession that a Boussac horse had hate) operators are interested.”
Two shildren sent fiom Moaven apove | "CAR — “One Prefoct Ford 149 Model Ctnor Drawitg Room, Dining Room and twon the race. The colt was ridden b Butlin first opened his Vacation| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
—— nen ant inert Beet . first clam, tradition wake ney "ee. SO Oe SE ee et 16 8. 52—3n oni ‘aw Been -old Australian oar ane Village at the West End on el STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will ac-
To be my pride and earthly Joyg |); “3°? Sete wi é eo ockey ie mstone, who ad- Bahama Island in 1950, cept Cargo and Passengers for
Hut aie hhows best whe Sea sain | fS5°0r, “Cittenk” Hose, ae |" That desirable residence called “MAN-|mitted afterwards that it was NEW YORK , It was originally built primarily ; se - . wees 4 AE, mete
Bo hole is left to fll the gap |__| BALAN” ‘situate, in. Abbeville, Gerdens-Ietit! possible that he and Boussac senora Lidia Serpa BS, termerty {F Srmaim, Dunn sald, but “Beit jus STENTOR 2nd August, 1982 Priday 1th inst.
Rutiy Gittins: (nother), Ernest Leacoc’. |, TRUCKS-—“One, | todo, Dual Gear V-8) 5, 11,917 square feet of land. The hous: |might part company. enora Liga Serpa 29, formerly ish restrictions on the taking out 3 HERA 29th August, 1962.
(unele}, ~Plorence Leacock (gti - - So ee tae In | 4s built of stone and contains open of Puerto Kieo gave birth Unat- of funds prevented a successful COTTICA Gth September, 194 The M.V. “MONEKA”™ will ae~
nether), {Me Leacock Family U.S.A oe ore e “Stone Works Lodge Hil,| gallery, drawing and dining rooms. 3 55 Factories tended to a baby girl early today qperation.” . NESTOR 19th Septe: : nA cept Cargo and Passengers for
G4 15.8.52-1r |)" Michael, Dial 2656. Keith Rayside, oe 4 Ana ee In each, At the homely Maisons-Latlitve in the rest room of a Pan-Ameri- — 1g Selec ae wane waver 20d st Kitts ‘Sailing Peiaay
ae ere ys ; 4 " : itchen, toilet and bath. . one , i Sunes souk 8 =. v.S ESTAD 9th September, 1952 St. } ‘y
aE EERS = olen wil}:'be fae rae | Garage, 2 servants’ robms, storeroom] where mothers picnicked = wita Se flying here from San U. Ss Will N | -AILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO 22nd inst
FOR RENT VAN—10 H.P. Fordson Van —.| “"Several fruit trees. 7 wneir children in the paddock, “Senora Serpa who was feturn- o al rn }M.s. BONAIRE 25th August, 1952
ransport Board Test Gnd TAnunone | Inspection by appointment. Dial 3010. | soussac (usually seen in Engiana ing to her home. here and_he ; 3 S. STENTOR 5th September, 1952 \ B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
| ‘ew Battery and in perfect running| | The above a 7. set ap ie, es + morning coat and topper) Was qaighter, were reported to ee Wonder Drug 7 Pn eenres ieee > CURACAO ASSOCIATION (INC.)
2 ann elec ee eianmmaracetae 1 : ate 5 . | public competition at our office in Luca: ; i a. , : ° ss ugust, 1952. .
lectern eee Story 8. 52-6. | Street comida, 22nd August, 1952, ajuressed in grey flannels, grey jng fine at Saint Joseph’s hospital |ct.S. HERA 18th September, 1962 Consignee. Telephone No. 4047
| . HOUSES : ; oP. > aio a’ abax, striped tie and green fe:t hat. at Rockaway, Long: Island, ss who ., WASHINGTON, Aug 1é “1: |. oMinnsede ® dd. ato
| : ELECTRICAL Solicitors. Immediately the race was Over, they were taken after the plane United States Food and Drus : seat Ms .











7 ——_—__——.. ae 10.8.52-m.4ais private airplane took him to janded at Idlewild I gj 8dministration decided that the
. -t 1 eu a ; : ‘ c ntern 4 hat
A nice, large two-bedroom Apartm eS Deauville, wiere he is holidaying Airport at 2.18 aim, ational wonder drug Chloromycetin ig too

each with running water at Ventno CTRIC DRILLS—By Black & i 5 fas : c ¥ | ia ‘ E
1 sn his seaside villa. Passengers and crew members POWerful a weapon against disease tia ti al Si
Rarely does he appear at the were not aware of the child’s t@ be Shelved because it may on ana il a on ealms Ips













Christ Church. r. %4” Hole Gun, 3/8”., ”., 177, with SHARES s
2 Galicties, Reception or Sitting-room Stands DaCosta & Co Ltd 200 West india Biscuit Co, Limited
and all Gonveniences. Dial 4100 ul Dept 14.8.52—6r at $16.00 per share




























1h 8 62—2 Si ies dsl aA A cdiaaaialctaasieeosesdere m1 Wess indie Rum Refinery Limitec } casino, at gala dinners or other birth until they heard cries of a ®4 effects on some patients.

ee G.E.C,. REFRIGERATOR, 4 cubic ft ut $8.80 per share tank . spe! ost new-bor aby c . za The agency said it will permit

ROMB VILLA — Unfurnished in} first class condition, attractive bargain | 500 Sanitary Laundry Co., Limited at ee oe P He in oe mu es cnet n baby coming trom the candice’ re pe ge stake ont iderinsuinae
Ket Gjrect. Apply to. Miss Edith Jricé for @ housewife. Apply: L. aH. pat, $6.00. of his time playing with two girls lavatory on the... four-engined ‘ ictic, but will henceforth require Salts Sails Salle Arrives Sails
Lundy. + 19.8.5e-1 p*tillar, Reed Street. Dial 2101. 4 All cum ee a. co and a boy, whose ages vary = ylane Which left Puerto Rico at 2 special labelling to ; i oe Montreal Halifax Beston Barbados Barbados
‘ bie 1.8.52—8p ) LLS : ; hey 6.30 p.m. yesterday: as é Oo wa ~| LADY NELSON.

— — hy Solicitors .our years to 10 months. ey 3 ay. j . nk akon @ ; . . 16 Aug. 16 Aug

“EEACH HOUSE”—from 15th August . , eee age ay st“ : ; :
1 tne Sledtnom house on the seaside | REFRIGERATOR — One second-hand Telephone 335... pare. the children of his adopted — Estel Giron, Stewardess ‘on the for a eee USC) CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 32 Aug. 28 Aus’ — Seer. sien
at St. Lawrence Gap. Fully furnished [ Electr@lux (Lamp) A=} sondiston, piles) . =» laughter, Mme. Aupetit, whose ‘light said Senora Serpa told her '°! ee Le LADY RODNEY a6 a 3 Sept. Sept 8Sept. 17Sept. 18 Sept.
telephon@, Refrigerator etc Ph mn 500 poatan. mine Mular, Ree “THE HERMIPAGR” bltuate at the{ausband is an executive in the 2‘ midnight that she was having The newly discovered drug hasS| CANADIAN CHALLENGER \2 Sept. 15 Sept. - Sept. 25 Sept.



corner of White Par: and Country Roac| sreat Boussac cotton enterprise Pains. But the pregnant woman, proved highly effective against a) LADY NELSON : 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oct.

| starding on about 123,040 square feet o!



scitiiiae ciel ae Mis taasimibackaanininersite ; \
BENSAM—Unfurnished, fro.a_ist Sep 55 factories, 25,000 workpeople). hose husband was scheduled to "Wmber of serious diseases. But NORTHBOUND












































sx land. tains Gallery, twe . 6 o “e ; raging re: ac
és aon want SScapmewy 200 POULTRY {ise vena’ aeninig bea: tibet bea. 4 Madame Aupe¥it is the daugh- ™¢ct her at the airport, said she recent medical research has un- | Arrives Sails = Arrives Arrives Arrives
os aiaee and Servants’ “room rooms, three dressing rooms, water anc | er of Boussac’s wife by her form- wasn't worried, because the baby covered some cases in which it CANAD: Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
Good Sea bathing. Phone Sq Daniell “CoccenEbe co opecial pure bred electric light. jlagpeetion: any day be- | marriage. Presumably the three W&S not due for two months * appears to have caused sevious| CARY WEISON SNe 2B AUE. 30AUE, 9 Sept ih sent 1s Sent,
a oe u = wi n a . 7 lane “ i { “S o. rc." er - 2 5 ao - : » J
cel eames $.8.52-t£-0 1. Corn Cockerels.4 months old, Dial|' ‘The above will be set up for sale a\| children will inherit the Boussac Fifteen mins, later the steward- @naemia type blood disorders and| CANADIAN CRUISER 5 Sept. 10 Sept. — 20Sept. 23 Sept.
FL/g'—Mode pasid iy furnishee | 974 or 3426. 13.8.52—4n. | public competition at our Office, Luca: | nillions, since he has no children °*S burst into the pilot’s compart- deaths among persons to whom it CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 15 Sept. 19 Sept. - Sept. 2 Oct.
Modern, seaside, fully furnis yp A s fr ; } § part- sg LADY_RODNEY Pe ee 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
Flat Srmanth of September, Telephone | Street, on Priaay the 22nd day of Augusi 10 nis wa, Boussac was a sup- nt and excitedly informed Har- has been administered. "ANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct 21 Oct. 24 Oct
as , _ Refrigerato Excellen at 2.30 p.m. , vey - 2 tan t. 5 ~ c :
Ges, Mo cn ureter. | Boats MECHANICAL | DRHRINGTON & SEALY | josedly unemotional bachelor, en- 7 the baby had been born. _Charles W. Crawford, Commis | Capy NELSON ve ae 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Oct. 4 Nov.
Fists, St. Lawrence ‘Gap. ‘Phone #496 14.6.52--4n | irely devoted to his cotton and y,.\ Yok angers, Olgo Iturino of Sioner of Food and Drugs said the!
z: } 15.8, 52—3: oor fais racehorses, until he met opera 5, "2 and Felix Masso of San agency has “weighed the value Of} for further particulars, apply to—
GEER. non teh MeeRt TRS” tree tack Poder on ake: AUCTION dnger Fanny “Heldy, He fell in "2" 2 Pharmacist, helbed the the drug against its capabilities tm :
carnal Bingalow ‘at Wertrine, Cort’ | Teveloping “Tahic "as new 65-00,” Aats aan 4 e ove with her, followed every note Serp and stewardess make Senora causing harm and decided it should GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Agents.
Sands Avenue, Garage inclusive. Dia pring Filter Holder and Set 31 M.M. UNDER THE SILVER he sang from a seat in the stalls s ¥ * comfortable in the passen- continue to be available for care-
3578 or 4249 : 10.80.5230 | rilter In Case $8.00. Tucker, aa HAMMER at the opera, married her in 1936 ger compartment.—U.P, ful use by“the medical profession | \(4696060960sG09999606066 ia :
.8.52—3n. , a0. : :
TO AN APPROVED TENANT i | On Tuesday 19th by order of Mrs. Har tes Shirts’ in a serioos and sometimes
amalp ee Aas 3 weaeseerey. ii ald Cummins we wil sell her House Ap Airplane ‘irts fatal diseases in which its yee is
yaa etait: Phove aa MISCELLANEOUS peintments at “Chelholme”, Chelses} How many millions’ Not ever W ° recessary.,” —U?P.
tember to November Phone 4451 s Gardens whieh includes: 7 = 5 ae ot dians “
q ue 15. 8.52 “Dining Table, upright Chairs, Chins | 20Ussac knows’ exactly. His busi- 3 . In For







uess turnover has been estimated

at figures ranging from £30,000;- \” Catholie Students “Tar-Sand” Dug For

JOU to £250,000,000 a year. He

:
cages 10 per eent. of ait we mw. Week In Germany Road Construction

oT 7 —— | Csbinet, Rockers, Berbice and -Morri
BLOCK STONE-A large quantity of | Chairs, Double End Settee; all in mahog
lock stone suitable for sawing purposes any; oil Paintings & Pictures; Pin
Iso a quanty of srganion, Urpere stone: Bookcase (glass Doors). Bent Wood &
sonerete stone %” chips 2” chips 3/8” | Rush Chairs and Rockers;:Glass & China
chips and dust. Contact Keith Rayside, | pinner & Tea Services; Congoleum anc
Manager Lodge Stone Works Co., Dial) Rugs; Siivle Bedstead with Box Spring





sotton imported into France; he

. HELP



2656 , 13.8.63—6n. Double Be “ene with Vone Spring & }spins it, weaves it, iaahee 5 Ae LONDON. A number of workers were TEQ LE

ata p 7 ee ee, eep dies atiress; ents Com- I na e ments in a chain oO eae en. is i
of STE OUTYPIST SY ppt Wireless ONE-GALLON FOOD JARS pactum; Very Nice Vanity Table Triple) mi rkets th ae val 4 a DA ie a Germany as guests of a engaged, aoe got ee ns
of BIBRA Nese At Cable: and: Yiikelers) 4 quality of one (1) gallon Glass Jars to| Nfirrors, Medicine Cabinet ail in mahog- |Yf his own shops — calle atholic Students organisation (2° ,@188!n8 ° ar-sand” in the
(yee DY a uy be wie in tote of oe et ve Simmons Folding Cot; Paintec |foile d’Avion, as a reminder that’ were F. R. Augier of St. Lucia Springfield area, it was learnt Sailings from Southampton to Guadeloupe, Martinique,

ie c ; > ‘ ane : “ ve , i i
Apply by letter stating age and quali-} agency (B'dos) Co Diy “perl hee Promes, Pine Wassen,, Stee Too ee in 1918 he bought up huge quan and Joe Pounder and A, Sumaser reset: This material will be Barbados, Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao & Jamaica

fications to: The Divisional Manager,| pial 3620 16.0.62-—3n, | Hardens. oon Refrigerator, in perfec. {ities of surplus airplane cloth Rai. both of Trinidad. used in the construction of roads,

West Indies, Cable and Wireless (W.!







34 52—31 as bene iteeitce rag ant vondition, Venetian Blinds with Stee |/rom Britain and made a fortune They will attend the which are being repaired and re-
Ltd, Fae, Po ipeanrre so imited “gunabes bt Patent. Syrhet Blots Seay ener’ Books, M.T. | Jy selling it to Frenchmen in the Students’ two-week Bentpranas constructed by the Joes River
1 Ss all i Filled. Mattresses. he individus | dewsr ’Bu a sees ccden cols ‘orm of shirts, _ ip Westphalia, and afterwards Limited. | . “ ical Southampton Arrives Barbados
PURLIC CES were actitea Calecoe.. Britains Wheel | Bardw, Lumber, Plants, Ros. 1 One of his, sidelines was putting stay on in Germany for another pyerglad age “COLOMBIE' -+ 3ist July, 1952 .. 13th Aug. 1952 %
cnamnaifiisininertinmsiemeatiivintamnt | ®! $00.9 on6h. ‘Also avaliable in 4 feet |p tecgat, ae aay on. Terme {Christian Dior into business, Dior’s fortnight. This is Augier’s third , =VveTslade C.C._ is at present ““DE GRASSE” .. 22nd Aug. 1952 .. 8rd Sept. 1952 $

: aera eee 7) SPER APS: ane Cesh “ed
tandar gency (B‘dos) Co., 14 Swan cy ‘ *
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB Dial 3620 isu se dn | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

treet,
“NOTICE TO MEMBERS —_——- Auctioneers
NOTICE.4a..hereby given that in ar SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily 15.8.52—2ne

. MOTICE — of extra cotton to women all over friends there whom he will intro. Competition, the Secretary of the
SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE

League said vesterday. They
From Barbados Arrives Southampton



; dice to his fello ‘ ;
the ae who copied the long moe Le possess the strongest combination
skirt fashion. aerate us" and should head the League table





New Look sold millions of yards Visit to Germany anq he has many leading fn the Sunday League | *Not calling at Guadeloupe



















































































































































rdance with Rule 8 the Club will be | Delegraph, England's leading Daily News- &
closed to--Memnbers on Saturday. 16th: fepen aw arriving in Barbados by. Att -* et A Snack Lunch easily, he added *““DE GRASSE” ., 6th Aug., 1952 .. J6th Aug., 1952
August, trom 7.30 to 10 p.m., for Water| only a few days after publication in E S 8 British l jal SPECIAL PERMIT * * y “COLOMBIE” "oath Aug. 1952 .. Sth Se 1988: 4
Polo Matghes. London. Contact Ion Gale, C/o. Advo- x During the occupation the Ger Near} 500 tore q 8. pt., Y
By-order of the Committee of cate Co, Ltd., Local Representative “ nM sane NEEDED TO IM. early spectators were} ¥ *“DE GRASSE” . 16th Sept., 1952 26th Sept., 1952
( Management, « Tel. 8118 17.4.69—t. fame “ ‘s mang re-equipped the Boussac } IMPORT present at Cambridge on Sunday “ : pt, “s ept., .
: H. P, SPENCER, ———___ _-—+__—~— dl ‘Columbia WillProve iactories, Boussac bided his time FOOTWEAR last where Rudolph Sealey, a tall : ‘Sailing direct to Southampton -
f fr Secreta: | eth” Wiicd Teamee ei R. ee 3 —and was ready . ae KINGSTON, Jca. Aug. 19, eft:arm, spin. bowler, captured 20) %
tli lie Rieacwete tna) : lenge) offers will be i a } eservoir ( >t Onl _ | torms for the armies of the a 7 "’ ; wickets for 23 runs in two innings
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL ‘LIFE Meaust, anapectionyany 1any, haggh hours Tdon, = dion ‘tdaight” erotanetin —— for L. Johnson-XI vs. E, Barker 3 x R. M. JONES & CO., LID.,—Agents.
ASSURANCE SOCIETY Apply \o Mrs, Jdhn Lee on the prem~- When he is not on holiday joptati aibiting the im- XI, Johnson XI won by an oo 6 E59
LOST POLICY | ices, and offer’ In writing made to her VANCOUVER, B.C. is office Pottation of boots, shoes, slippers jnni 7 th _
Kathleéy) Braithwaite, the Executrix o 14, 8.525. | expert in the field claims | 20ussac gets to his Paris office snd other footwear into the island innings and two runs, the scores
the late ‘Christopher Augustus Braith-| ——-———-——--— — ~ | British will from his penthouse overlooking except by s ‘ oe Sland being: Barker’s 31 and 33; John-
waite, having made sworn deposition | VENETIAN BLINDS-—Made te order oe z a nr rabeovete ok vit prove) ie Bois de Boulogne at 9 o'clock |.y the ike Conan Ee. — son’s 66 for 7 declared. In Bark- Fly TCA to BRITAIN via CANADA
h. Pol Ni 14,400) he life of th A 1etal) (alumintum) sizes, al . 7 . ni er ade a . : > ' ard. aye . ‘ ‘ ae
oid Chifalopher Kusnetis’ Firaithy alt colours. ‘immediate delivery. $1.20 per George A, Richardson of Van. |2very morning. He breakfasts on _—OP. ore Seat ee Sener, Soar
has bert Jost, and having made applica ' sa. ft. Write, TARTAN, Metal Compan: couver, president of Wilrict | tea and a biscuit, eats & snack and wernt nde tik tke | seoune coninae and take advantage of \
He Mapas wader chaeanye. (~~ | yeoman ne es | gists beck ave Jeeding Seolo- oat a his eg ie bought two Rolls-Royce, a he captured all ten for"nine runs 60-DAY EXCURSION FARES TO CANADA
NOTICP is hereby given that unles gists back his e e e|he - dinner. jentley and ¢ ws pai “Gerry?
ty OPES Ar eo ae id paliey wont PERSONAL Mountain area of northern Britis! |He has many _ political friends, Value ee ice er Cera and new low
of the cata herrot, ihe said Poliey rons Columbia halds oi. ie including Paul Reynaud. set aptnewhere between cre ete which Zell during Jolthson's TOURIST FARES, CANADA TO BRITAIN
OM ‘ By Order | The publi hereb; ed against “The structure is terrific. ere’, ‘ oe ny
* C.K. BROWNE, giving credit to ‘my. wife, Thelma Kirton nothing like it in Alberta,” he tol At 62 he still gets up before | half million pounds’ and three i?ings of 66 for 7. an the - by 4-engined “Ni .
Secretary ree Williams) as I do not hold myselt| ..; to h tables at and a quarter million 0-a
‘ 18.8.52—4n. ! responsible for her or anyone else con- ‘riends here. 6 am., drives to his st Sot |Chantilly he h pounds. At Sia. Cats, Shappe tind. Lobl oes oat. A
sascheociiiis liyaeting any debt or debts in my name Richardson, who has: interest: | Chantilly for an hour's riding villas He ‘abe SEO eebinn, twre sters were plentiful at Bathsheba 37 Zenne yee
jcnless by @ written order signed by me.} in many oil and mining firms ir |exercise. He has his own masseur Orlaa, e also has a chateau near during the past two weeks, but a ONLY. $1,267.50 B W.1.
eu Basvigo Gap. Eagle’ Hall na.| Canada, led a pick and shove | who travels around with him, for} "Unik where he goes shooting. jousewives are experien¢ing ‘dif- Base Bridgetown to London Return '
| St. Michael 1 brigade of farmers through th: } although he is not exactly fat he nike many millionaires, ficulty in obtaining any since, it
14.2.52-2n. | area in 1935 to prove a road we figs inclined that way. He works | Bopssac never sold newspapers in {. ciaimed, they were caught ¥
age ; | possible, His, work crews now /16 hours a day. a the streets, never was an office espeeially ‘for hotels, ¥ ; Salesstinn weliee Sis wen Sl
\ j Ul f ° are surfacing the road, and whet Boussac runs his stable of 110 boy. His father gave him. the A 15-vear-old boy from Cam.-|’ n ? PP axnb ick: ADETIN
qvhether you are conve: | Dollar Cruises they are finished, oi! drilling [jorses like a business, and it pays} capital to»start his ‘¢ busi- bridge caught & nurse shark at LOWER BROAD ST. Phone 4518
eaie Quildies Sent i} To W j newirieh., oid no handsomely. He is a big-export-|/ ess in Paris at the age of 22, G@ambridge Bay auring the week. te ;
* nic, | ilrich and associated com-|, “stock to America. be ae F ; ; ,
ee ee ee 0 Weat Indies | res Sin probe $30,000 serves. of (°° “He Buys British wi nc Sides Bettie ons come
O itamins stentia ile! i 5 ; ys sn .
nd minerals combined in ' LONDON. prone kur, land in the) ie likes British cars; in 1950
i Six more dollar-earning cruises We can Supply
SSS,











HURRICANE
PRECAUTION



WANTED

HOUSE on long lease by October
on Ses Coast or overlooking sea.
Large verandah, 3 bedrooms, usual
offices, vicinity Hastings, §
Lawrence, Worthing, Maxwell or mm
Top Rock. Preferably unfur- 7
nished and enelones.. Call K. D. HINT N 5 i? Hamburger Stake

s 4145 or 2 R aa ao
Pe 31 7,.52—t.f.n 0. » Swift's Sausages
» Palethorpe’s Sausages
- r » Vienna Sausages

AND NOW stig Sar

you can have

“A GAS COOKER

like those you have admired !n
the magazines.

SEE THEM TO-DAY

next winter by wo Cunard liners
the 36,000-ton “‘Mauretania” and
»the 34,000-ton “Caronia,” Eact
i will make three cruises.
+ The “Caronia” will leave New
- {York on December 23 for a 12-|/'
KY cay Christmas cruise, followed b)
AY wo more cruises in January. Th:
, * “Mauretania” will make her firs(
; West Indies cruise out of New
The Money Saving Way York on January 30 and this will

Le followed by others on Februar,
9 and March 14, —B.U.P. FURNITURE
lopular Bureaus, Bedsteads,
Beds, Wardrobes, Washstands $9.00 . . AUCTION
AT

ST. MARGARET'S VICARAGE,

Pkgs Cream of Wheat
Corn Flakes
Macaroni
















We have just opened a Lovely Assortment of
PLASTIC HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

JAM DISHES, ICE CUBES
REFRIGERATOR DISHES

and many other Useful Items for the Home.

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad and Tudor Sts.







(a Y

GENERAL TONIC

| EN SL LOSPODPDELVPPSPIOOOS
{

Rice




Starch
Luncheon Beef Loaf

|

|

}

| » the West Indies will be made
}
| Veal Loaf































Spaghetti & Cheese

) i king B 1's.
WARNINGS. * Sooking. Butter 5.
Hams 5 to 10 Ibs.
Cheese per Ib

















up. Coll and Flat Springs — { —
TAPLES for Dining, Kitchen and 4 *
Fanay use, Larders, Waggons, Tea ‘ T0 DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Trolleys, Sideboards -- Kitchen, = A
China and Bedroom Cabinets,
Liquor'Cases $5.50 up — DRAW-

After warning—

e
Avoid low lyi ;
liable to flood. Make ar.) ¢ STUART & SAMPSON :
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rangements to leave (1938) ITD.



6 panok mAae













Furnitdge for Little and Big’ Screen WONDERFUL ASSORT- rede +7 ‘ At Your Gas Showroom. early. Don’t run the risk

Frames}! Ironing and Laundering WEDNESDAY — 20th AUGUST, . Bay Street of being marooned. Headquarters for Best Rum +
Heards;* Benches, Offiee-height MENT OF at 11.30 am ; $ .
Stools in wood and rush. Rope We have received instructions = pos ees =













Mats $1,20 up from the Rev. A. MELLOR to

ispose of his FURNITURE and
EEPECTS as listed below.

VIEWING MORNING OF SALE

3 Piece Sprung MORRIS Suite,
Oecas, Tables, Sideboard, Dining-
table seat 8, six Dining Chairs,




Walking Sticks

Just received by

. JOHNSON'S
‘STATIONERY











UNDERWEAR

including a large variety of OE
PYJAMAS

JUST RECEIVED

SIMMONS BEDSTEADS

4 Feet 6 inches

——

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET, _ DIAL 4vay





FOR NICE
THINGS TO













y
{
i ey, Dressing Table with
Tapes Wardrobe ALL








) abdto,





















































wba tube | (aa ° ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY SO CALL NIGHTIES
Double “Deep Steep" , USE AND GET YOURS EARLY
Mthate Meiircoe. 4 Parman : Established . Incorporated PANTIES
2 Bedside Tables, Hat Stand and . .
CLUB Peeters AuiGaebie Bed: |f {jp KOO BAKED BEANS | T. HERBERT LTD. : stirs
JLU! hek. Siaie, Dosen ae eens ee ae 1860 10 & 11 Roebuck Street 1926 UNDIES





K.L.B. PEARS in tins 43

K.L.B., PEARS ,,_., 16
K.L.B, SWEET
BORK tnt Pa a ae

.
Children’s Furnituy es Raek,
Cot and Spring, Ptd. PYess, Mise.
Purntture, Large. Dolls House,
‘Coys, Boy's Raleigh Bicycle, Ptd.
Chest of Drawers, Stained Chest
i vers, Pid. Dressing Table
with ‘or, Books, Bookshelves,



































All in White, Pink; Blue
and Peach have just been
























PAYMENT. OF PRIZES



NOW IN STOCK















6d. Consolation, Cash Pitas walang thliee IMPERIAL SAU- opened and are marked
Prizes, 9/- Stand S “3 Chairs,’ Screens, Linen Basket, SAGES F :
, 3/— ote Sweep, Curtains, Kitchen Tables, Ware BEEF LOAF.. ,, ,, 60 t at prices which
Pari-Mutiel and) Fares Chins, Double and tingle Larders COCOA MALT Ree ee Aree. | Beene wae
oo pematetasioe coct Comprtitinn Prizes Electric iron, Trays, 7 cu. ft. TONO cannot be beaten.

Esso Lighter Fuel





FRIGIDAIRE” (4 months old), 2-
Burner “TURN” Oil Stove, 2-
Burner “FALKS"” Oil Stove,
“VALOR” Oven large (as new),
Good Kitchen Utensils Aluminum,
Hurricane Lamps, Buckets, Lawn
Mower, Hose, Garden Tools, and
other articles,











Petroleum Jelly (Brown)

Gil ha wald: an BAA

wm Monday 18th in-

stant ®

Horses and Serial
Do
| Prizes on and from Mon-
)

And for The BEST to Drink
Our Popwar
FIVE STAR RUM
$1.20 per Bottle

== §6All subject to
Our Usual 5% Discount. = S

A. E. TAYiGRn Lip.

Coleridge Street.














“Esso Handy Oil
Fiit in gls., qrs., pts.











Paraffin Oil — $1.80 per gal.



6 g eact

ARBADUS I, $






Nujol Mistel Fiit Powder

day 25th instant. e











yment will be from AUCTIONEERS

Further Particulars, Apply :









Ring 4100.










es i) I 00 noon to 3.00 p.m.
AKERIES } i daily. P Where
Dial 4758 G. A. LEWIS & co. R M JONES & (0 LI _ Qualities are HIGH.
Y i Seeretary. Phone 4640 e e es ° d And
y rs 6 sho Plantations Building. Prices are LOW





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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
| tte nal it J em nae Oe te TESS eee AIRANRLA HELA wwe nim snes meer

LL A RENNES SRNR! | ee NR ene i me So MINER aauaansescnl hn ene me
eater etna map MM aN a HMR on hate me am







HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON










A
TOAST TO

YOUR
HEALTH!!

ur WINCARNIS Wie

ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.



Wine

j TU















BY CHIC ‘fOUNG |

IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE

aaasseetiianeatin eee = om Ss Se ee 7 ses.

SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday ole:










F 2 ' CTHANK GOODNESS
le aN FIXED--'M

THE RERAIR LOST WITHOUT





































R wrist} & ef y—~7—~—~ | BILL ON IT e414 MY WATCH
WATCH AT . < es > ees WAS EIGHT A —— === ee
THE JEW RS) - ve DOLLARS
eae aaa 5)¢ 7 SPECIAL OFFERS are now available at our aur ranches V "White Park,
Tweedside, Speightstown and Swan Street
Usually NOW 2 LIPTON’S COFFEE—§ UD. 00. o...ccccscssssssssecscscsssesesssessavenvencaves 10
WEETABIX — Large ...... Guleaninchieadeseigiae™ ae
é HEINZ BAKED BEANS. ............0. 00006 .22 20. WEETABIX — Small by araetats abitcchuket 7)
orn . a FRENCH CAPERS soda cNbdaa ash sis ; ae oS
NESCAFE PIrtitiiiitiiiiiitiiiiteee . 87 80 MIXED SPICE . ar : Ay ORES yD oh ee 45
: a = ae Be GOLDEN SYRUP—2 ID Tins ‘ ate Sites ia ae
“SPAGHETTI”—in Tomato Sauce Tins "53 30 GOLDEN SYRUP—1 Ib. Tin was ; o 29
savaace ford 69 Pr NESTLES CREAM A oe ok tin os
S—Oxford .......06005 pxbedyovecusatees 5 ‘ SASTOR SUG Te! bi is bie ssa 28
BY DAN BARRY ey ‘s
HERRING ROES 000... coccccccscceeeeseeneseeeees 57 50 sstihig STEN ’ * Stra 5
ro Bla cal a a POLAR ICING SUGAR hed acc bad gsedcuhobaanlapi doessuapaistise eae
HA! THE TRAITOR IS ENRAGED, TOMORROW THE CITY CELEBRATES DR. CARSON’S OTGRe ccisharsicde eee chelates Rabaatclen diieduastanwiis 26 21 SATIN ICING SUGAR |. ..05 niscedaahiasstpiisidiaeapaiatsy 39

RETURN — AND TO TOP THE FESTIVITIES,
WE SHALL THROW YOU yr? sei

YOU FOUL BRUTE ! HE x NO MATTER! YOu WiLL BOTH
DIDN'T HAVE A f | HAVE A CHANCE TO Rergno
CHANCE TO DEFEND YOURSELVES TOM Ow...
HIMSELF! You..., ° oh ' AT THE ARENA:

... BEAST! eae } (



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HIS NEW COLLECTION of Pencil Por-

truit-caricatures by Low of the great
and near-great contains many studies now
published for the first time. Apart from the
inclusion of a handful of survivors from
yesterday whose qualities entitle them to
be regarded as still young, the artist has
turned from the somewhat over-familiar
feature of the older generation and sought
his subjects among the young and newer
notables whose appearance is as yet un-
hackneyed by artist or photographer. Men
of letters, art, music, politics, sports, finance,
the cinema, radio, journalism, science, and
the theatre make this a representative dal-
leru of the personalities of to-day and to-
morrow.

PARADISE COULD BE CLEVER
ACH, MY PATIENCE 199 on ENOUGH TO DISCOVER HOW OUR
REWARDED! COME IN... COME \ SCI
IN, FRAULEIN FARADIGE ww. ) LOOK LIKE My IDEA OF
YOU TOO, HER . HAZARD / PARADISE! amg



WILL ALSO THE HEADS LO






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The legends which accompany Low’s draw-
ings are the work of Helen Spalding and
L. A. G. Storng who hope that “their im-
pertinences will be taken in the light hearted,
friendly —often affectionate—spirit in which
they have been written.”



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HE TOLD ME HE WAS
GOING TO GIVE THE









THE ONLY OFFICIALS
HE'S HAD DEALINGS
WITH ARE THE DISTRICT
ATTORNEY - THE

CRIMINAL COURTS
JUDGE AND THE
JAIL. WARDEN !!










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R BROTHER nga CRING,
1 CET THAT JOB - TO JUDGE
BY THE RERERENCES HE

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OFFICIALS HE'S HAD
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SLASTED JUNGLE, $ TURBAN MIXED NUTS — 116 and %™ packages GROUND ALMOND PASTE per Ib



MILLION IN JEWELS IN A TOY DOG~ J EN of asians Ab tte
THEN LOSE THE DOG «AND 1 Ay) $ ne ae MAGGIS ASPIC JELLY — 2 oz. tins

eed at TO TOWN? AWs~ Cd. ° 3 Patt ay ete" 5, CEA ‘ANCHOVY SAUCE — 6 oz. bottles
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% DANISH HAM ROLL —: 1 and 2%b tir

STRAWBERRIES IN SYRUP 10%% oz. and 15 oz. tin c ARTHUR & C Lid
CHERRIES IN SYRUP 15 oz. tir ALLEYNE oO. .

Weds7 06 The RYRITD 20 of a ( :
em neal a Mut “Your Grocers —_— High Street
GRAPES IN SYRUP 16 oz, and 30 oz. tir oe







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POSSESSES SOS

A ’ Foe
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

England Scores 264 For 2 Against India



FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952







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Maiden Test Century re 2% 8 sno ce. A vee Stet Ste. “Team Arrives
Ticket No. Ticket No. ls 7494 $140.00 T’ket No. T’ket No. T 2 2 lad
(From Our Own Correspondent) Ist 3594 6930 $140.00 — poe Poa Fi po 7 “ee From rint
LONDON, August 14. gnd 1012, 9384 = 100.00 4th 1558 60.00 3rd .... 5308 8878 80.00
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTYFOUR RUNS fo ae ouel 2882 80.00 5th 50.00 4th .... 4707 2063 60.00 A seven-man table tennis team
‘ Be NS for two 4h 7201 60.00 peed 9 5th 4941 6118 = 50 San Fernando, South Trini
wickets were England’s imposing figures on the sc é f, ane wn an. Cnet hee 9589 30.00 & 28 .00 from San Fernando, - ©
here this evening. A five howl pnd fifty ntacha maaliee oth 3508 576 30.00 = coer. O08 20.00 oth ie 3798 $287 30.00 Secis “ont ta Td yao ae Here s A
7 a " s Ab. : Sth: Gia as 20, Ava x ig é -di our
Test century by the season’s most prolific scorer, David 7h 2960. 9370 20.00 9th 2628 20.00 8th .... 3446 4510 20.00 which “they will clay three tests
Sheppard of, Cambridge University; nearly four hours of ao ats Toso po a 10th ww eee 2084 20.00 9th .... 9098 3965 20.00 and four other matches against Wonderful
Len Huttgn’s batting resulting in a new opening partner- 10th 1887 4347 20.00 the Be Deis cate ao itth ae $702 9413 30.00 eS a ae Retkn h
ship record of one hundred ; ‘ ree for Tests 11th 4505 987 20.00 jas), eh . Led by Dr. Noble Sarkar who Yo 2
ship record of o wndred and forty three for Tests 110 4505 9871 20.00 13th 7505 10.00 12th .... 6723 6204 10.00 toured Barbados with the 1942 Suit Bargain
against India; under a benign August sky throughout a /2'? ii b413 10.00 14 13th 7 'rini ; ,
F : p g 5 ughout a 13th 1253 4053 10:00 Ns 4534 10.00 hos 991 8733 10.00 yrinidad cricket team, the team
balmy day on to the shirtsleeved 25,000 crowd watching 14th 4831 1422 10.00 15th 2006 10.00 H ro reer - 8527 10.00 fom South Trinidad is comprised ‘
cricket on a good wicket. 15th 0625 4350 10.00 | rr oe 10.00 téth 11. 4475 ©2074 to.00 of Carl Williams, an all-Trinidad g
That catalogue sounds impres- (% by Ci icle ok ee 16th 0330 7988 10,00 18th si¢e ioc 17th .... 2252 0466 19.99 epgesentative of the 106 Seen
sive but one shouldn't be deludea “CMMEY Grichet: 17th 1658 5675 10.00 igth 5162 Inoo 18th |);. 0648 2668 —10.99 ‘2 Barbados, and deputy captain
into thinking that something vs re fo00 20th 7048 10.00 sath ie is 10.08 Pebyalnges Reivio Atgthe. Apnoid |
fable had been misse 7439 6375 00 9 3 ‘99 20th .... 367 : i !
eernocente oer cee ie Surre Must 50th 6907 3549 10.00 oar, en hie stat ina Qist |... prt 5146 sake Mendes; Andrew Moolchan and at
negation which have become all ey P oar ee): dees Oe Se ech vs 2980 10.00 22nd .... 9711 0310 10.00 Guy Yawehing. Manager of the
too characteristic of test cricket ° 22nd 9381 1382 10.00 940 6346 10. 23rd .... 6355 1285 10.90 team is Mr. Leon’ Leacock, while AND
deans when piace See. One ht Hard a oases 1908 See 7s... 4333 10.09 24th .... 0054 9478 10.00 Mr. W. Wilson is ageomapanying
five days have cubis allotted ig 24th 5033 2721 10.00 26th 8406 10.00 25th .... 2226 7435 10.00 them.
Although England had already Ts 25th O10e:" . B591 10.00 97¢h 8956 10,09 26th .... 1302 6470 10.00 “The team arrived at Sqayelt
won the rubiber with three out- For \ ictor 26th 4022 6406 10.00 oath 2048 ioop 2ith .... $381 6794 10.00 about 9.30 on Wednesday night
right wins in fei matches wire. y 27th 8849 2677 10.00 a 28th .... 3386 6677 10.00 after being delayed in Trinidad for .
land's captain Len Hutton oe 28th 2468 2606 10.00 $730.00 four days due to passage Soa: .
totle of remorseless dreary @ffec- (From Our Own Correspondent) nae . $730.00 neue, and were i bo > he DOUBLE BREASTED
one of remorseless dreary eff ; $730.00 illiams, President f itba~ Fe Rene â„¢
Sancta, t y i areata Those tent paltite Ps — . = = Amount Series Series a ‘sia Lone os F Mr.
concentration on negative bowl- require to make absolutely cer- ri Series I’ket No. T’ket No. Prize 4 P 9 Amount Christie Smith, Secretary, and ,
: a ; » Series Series Ist 2049 8640 . T’ket No. T’ket No. quite a large number of players
ing and fielding tactics which were tain of the county championship prize “G” “A” Amount 5.) just ator nd0:00 ast .... 7954 6468 $140.00 from local clubs. The manager of
themselves an admission of inade- look very far ‘away to-night. Ticket No. Ticket No. ao" ch eee 00.08 ona .:;: 9861 2498 (100.00 the team described the werconie
quacy Against Warwick at Coventr 3rd 1717 5447 80.00
: Surrey need 337 for vi i Fie ‘ . 4th 0690 2309 60.00 37d .... 2426 0335 80.00 which they received as “a most
: j y ‘ or victory with © Ist 4643° 4902 $140.00 4th. 9 2 00 ath 3635 0571 60.00 hee naa d se
Only the belated acceleration all their second inni ric 9 7559 5th w..... 4229 7294 50.00 Bite heart warming” one, and said he From
by Lancashire’s Jack Ikin against in he Scan Seenee eee Tae gece. (See. ABU aes, 2034 = 8261 30.00 Sth .... 5847 4030 50.00 and his men regretted the delay
by 2. aahine 8: +14 : age in hand, But since they managed 3rd 6012 1012 CR i i maa : 6th .... 9076 2041 DO ee ty . a ~
a tiring attack tywards the close only 74 in their first knock, their 4th 7718 §291 60.00 7th 3286 9559 20.00 7th 2936 8066 20:00 im arrival as much as anyone.
of the day which spurred Shep- chances are not bright. 5th 1895 4891 50.00 8th . 8536 O476 20.00 dn: -, Seer fees 80.00, here is 8 fale. variety in the $41 17 to
pard to more effective attempts But should Surrey lose to-mor- 6th 7441 0323 30,00 oth ... 1452 0258 20.00 an". 990% o268 30.00 style of the players, with some of oe
to penetrate the field enabled row they can still win the cham- 7th 4060 oo 20.00 10th .... 0077 9853 20.00 10th ||. (7318 0600 20.00 them unorthodox. Arnold Mendes
England’s overall run rate per pionship if Hampshire can pre- 8th 7027 90,00 Lith ........ 6932 7064 20.00 llth ... 8173 9822 20.00 and Guy Yawching are the most
hour to be raisec to the humble vent a Yorkshire victory. Already’ 9th 6140 7379 20,00 12th ... 5786 158 os jth .... 7736 1009 Teme: foreach players... sith ihe Memes 44 92
figure of 40. Hants nays fapen first innings 10th 2847 8322 20.00 ie ios Po ap {3th |... 0766 6158 10.00 #RPproaching an orthodox style, e
i Sas aie ania a points off the Tykes, thanks to a {ith 7534 8622 20,00, FEED 00+. : ‘yy 14th .... 5596 0466 10.00 Carl Williams, who represented
te caacitg wit tise ected” fighting century by Leo Harrison 19th 8564 5854 10.09 {5th . bee eats co {5th .... 0237 7291 10.00 Trinidad here a few years ago, is e
iiwrer, renched hid fifty, /eaallt thi thn or atone ee 7 RPP” am 2441 ©4798 10.00 }6th 8677-1705 10.09 16th ..» 5264 0943 10.00 an orthddox all-rounder, while
aaa te a, oa ee 14th 5003 4855 10,00 [AEP on 6068 «8347 10.00 Sem... SBR GBA 10.00 Kelvin Assing is the only south- N.B. All adjustments
hres ‘ , arid ae ae wa a 15th 4381 5391 10,00 18th ..... . oe 10.00 18th .... 1349 8561 10.00 paw. Dr. Noble, an old stager is *
three-quarter hours and that was George Tribe, Northants Aus- j@¢h 3867 3807 10.00 19th ....... 5387 723% O° t9th 121) 7110 6923 += 10.00 built on solid defence effected without extra
mainly ‘why his second wicket tralian test player to-day took 17¢h 2267 . 1595 10.00 20th .. 2764 . 8436 10.59 doth (1°) 4566 9368 10.00 The other two playing members Charge on our Tailor-
partnership of 118 with Sheppard jijs hundredth ricket in arst oe 21st .. 1024 7911 19.00 261 0.00 : aying mbers s :
Ok 1, 140 Are fae end oe aundredth wicket in his first jgth 2674 5986 10.00 S525 ° 9812 1419 * 10.00 Zist .... 8325 226 10. of the team, Fenwick Debysingh ing Premises
too — i Pe - . oo season of country cricket. 19th 0377 4238 10.00 22nd . 5876 0966 10.00 22nd .... 8875 0789 10.00 snd Andrew Moolchan are des-
SE eae Teka ers Oe SCOREBOARD — 20th 6843 «0233 10.00 28rd... : too 23rd .... $163 5616 100.0 crited ‘ag being “fairly. steady”
day and certainly long overdue 21st 5398 1384 10.00 24th ....... 6198 ne ake %th 684 6150 10.00 Eas a . ry steady”, i
; o aente attac anc 4 . ’ 6 9050 2a , sees * 4 ac ing uttanie s }
against oo eer ee ares Gloucester versus Leicester = donq 5582 7693 10.00 25th a ar sane 10.0) ath |... 4641 4786 10:00 oh lg yination of attack and
uBeven fielding, neither of which Gloucester ......;. 274 and 96 93rq 1437 5079 10,00 28th wwe OF 30 too 26th .... 8747 0991 10.00 A cied whe ‘
reached the best standards. Jackson 5 for 25 ‘Datt 8406 3054 10.00 2ith ... 8060 13 4 th |||. +5184 3228 10.00) “rked what he thought the “9 .
The crowd came with their Leicester oe 204 and “4 osth 8007 0584 10.00 28th esses: 3042 9081 10.00 deen 4478 9552 10.00 pr ear ae of the coe be in the
icnic baskets ready to be festive = Fe eel ae gt ee rs 5 ’ wee ‘ ——— nree-tests series, e manager,
fis August day so rich with fF none. 26th 7912-2543 10.00 $730.00 $730.00] backed up by the Captain, said 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad St.
promise. But they were con- Warwick versus Surrey 27th 5879 0999 10.00 Government Tax $200.00. on eactt they did not know enough of the
demned to a day of tolerant , Warwick ........ 176 and 247 28th 4165 2585 10.00 arias. standard of the local players, but
patience which Sydney’s notori- for 7 dec’d. Gardner 104 not out. aT es 4 ‘eas THE BARBADOS TURF CLUB, they thought that they had a fair ae ieee see
ous “hill”? crowd would have | Surrey 74 and 13 $730.00 Table Tennis: per G. A, LEWIS, | chance of winning the rubber.
greeted with a continuous uproar ‘or none. Se BOVELL & SKEETE, Except for Williams, it is the
of indignation, ‘ Horthanty versus fone 3 Gatien Caldas cc . per J, L. HUNTE.| first outing for the other bos, and ‘
; 2ancs .... an or none on eee | d d B th August, 1952. it is felt that they will all gain
But there was no complaint Kdrich 162; Prize “rT “J” Amount rim a eal SO aceasta \ lot of experience from the ur.
when 40 minutes passed tee ROMA DEE iss neikareaeh 223 Ticket No. Ticket No. . “, they} ‘The’ team last week gave a
the first boundary was recorded— c ‘ pP | 6—l1 slip from eir grasp, as ‘reditable performanc A ss
typical Hutton. cover drive—and ae —_ a aia 7178 100.00 e ican threw away i — Lae; ag i Dortobiain Plena teaae
- z vard show 2 : : 4 isitors will en-}) ‘
Fr catalina DET en eee oe 5409 7155 80.00 isit Trinidad Eaue Barna Club atthe ¥.M.P.c.j°d such top notch players as
bal iod before lunch When sneched'a for 20. He eT ath 5780 7586 «= 60.00 , The, visitile Solon their first Hall. ‘They will play the first; Sacky” Tegal, Crichlow, and
Wiad towing to an exatee- Ginceas 14g 3th 2628 4991 O00 Ceeeeeeney seen “hey Gapenned Colony Match on Monday night,' McIntosh, who comprised the
ee, Satan dave’ st eRe cia : MUAINOE BATE 4 60/60 e'4'e 4 49 0's +s ‘ 6th 5870 3997 30,00 SDEsssInans. wae : ai d on Wednesday|cream of Trinidad Table Tennis
fufbed ont cetiae ee etatee Bhodee, F for 26. . 7th 1990" «8S ar gees vue A pict. On Friday night they will,players. In the South Trinidad
In actual cold figures he bowled Yorks. versus Hants. 8th 5414 6506 20.00 i: as ae! * bili, aan meet Everton, and the final Col- Competition, Carl Williams won
thirteen overs for one yun YOrKS. . 55... essere 270 and 11 9th 0581 3104 20.00 The ee showed supremacy ciny Match will be played on;the South Trinidad Cup, while ;
The crowd, it appeared; made [oF none. 10th 8420 2941 20.00 over the local players and ex- Saturday night 23rd instant. | Fenwick Debysingh was the run- &
too many allowances for the Ants. ..-............04. 294 1th 6211 4307 20.00 jipited a good combination of at- The results of last nights | ner-up.
defensiveness of the Indian Sussex versus Worcester 12th 4524 6778 10.00 tack and defence, backed up by matches were as follows: — i { The team returns to Trinidad
bowling. For once he had lost SUSSex .......... 179 and 156 18th 3625 £231 _ 10.00 the toss, skipper Hazare seemed fr 3; Doggart 72 not out. 14th 9061 3508 10.00 vreatest assets in the game. 21—12, 21—12. ., |i a change of the programme
to eoncentrate only 2n economy Worcester .........- 450 fory4 15th 1535 6337 10.00 =" xcept for F. Willoughby who G. Yawching (T) lost to F. Wil-l which was originally scheduled to
: F ** dee’d.; Kenyon 168, Bird 116. 16th 1263 1393 10.00:s~on his match against Guy Yaw- loughby 21—13, 16—21, 18—21. finish on the 28th,
Hutton coula be blamed more 17th 0638 1396 10.00\.ching by winning two straight K, Assing (T) peat M. Slocombe -
than Sheppard who was dropped Somerset versus Notts, 18th 7437 2551 10.00M ets after losing the first, the other 21-16, 21—19. ., |rell 21—15, 16—21, 21-18.
four times on his way to threé Notts. . ire 149 and 226 ne pone Tare ie He ocal players showed an utter 1s Dr. os ge 6%) beat R. Phil- ia erm (T) beat P. Rice
— Mankad — be- for 3; Stocks 6 20th 354 iS : f big match temperament, and lips 22—20, 21—9, .-, | Sar eee
ath ne ine Se Ge emacuNe . oe vt Oa 1790 21st 2480 6546 10.00 | in every cont allowed victory to *S. Debysingh (T) beat L. Wor- 2 C. Witenes (i) bees D. Guiler
rT but didn’t make any — : us Mid :. 22nd 7862 2905 10,00 , 21—13) 22—24, 21—11,
player, ut di s Kent versus Middlesex Sau 4986 889 Sr ee at ahh : abot
ee aes Wee ane Middlesex ........ 100 and 185 nae eae cove oo 1, SPSSOSD9GOSSSOPPSOOO SS SGVOSS
nstead of running singles to for 5, 25 0201 BARBADOS AQUATIC
bring the defensive ring in, yony 9244 25th 6058 0201 10,00 iT PAYS TO USE THE BEST CLUB.
ft ,ff-drives gaa Rt ase ane Be 4198 i
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straight to mid off or cover point 28th 0018 6308 10.00) 8 That is why you should buy... SATURDAY, 16th August, loa quick, relief trom, Nasal Catarth Free breathing is restored just by
which eg ue a3 ~ of a rts é S $730.00 7 1952, at 8.30 p.m. use ‘ eateolatoen’, This wonderful Pima Se ecpreneye e-ope
ful stroke. or did he attempt to Yi "e. $75 breathab when put up inside ru! lenthola erally on
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Hutton hit seven fours and’ a We have New Stocks of | KNOCK-OUT FINALS up o2 immediately a jar or tin of ‘Mentholatum’ to-day ,
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. AL'GL'ST 15. 15* £a)iib Caltinq Jack Tar Gull Knew a Lot — He Told Knart All Abut Lsghthomts— i.. MAX fUU FAR out at th* *dg of IIM cliff tt stood looking over the ocean. It was a tall round tower painted i.turk and whit* with her* and there a few little windows Ilk* tiny *ye*. At the *ery top was %  large round i window It wai from this window that the great light shone all night long, throwing a beam fur out ovei I the water. I Jark-Tar Cull told Knarf and Hand about th to*v*r and Ih* beam of tight. "It's a llghdioiM*" said llartid. Th*y all went to the cliff and itood looking at It "An old man llva there." aaid Jack. "IVt often ae*n him. He takes car* of the light.' "Why," aaked Knarf. "doaa a lighthous* hav* a light?" Signala Danger "For the •hip*." aaid Jack. "It tell* them that the cliff" are there. It ... .l.OHllSiUI' M| Taylor. Acting Puisne Judjt. left the island yesterday morning l.v id, MV HUlrmstad I tlM United Kingdi.n, accompanied by Mrs Tayloi. Radiologist For U.K. D R. EDITH SMITH, Hadlol has to write a the*l< i< > MA in Education. Short Holiday A RRIVINCJ in lluH.IMIIV (tut%  ** %  ing last wMk was Mies Lucille wOliami of Trinidad. She has come over to Barbados .o ppend about two M %  as the guest of Miss IVarl Ihir.in'. BHnk Hall Mlai Williams is employed with the Turf club. Portof-Spiin. I wo Week*' Holiday R i.i I BNINa bosM by B.w.i-A. ..< Trinidad was Mr. James Waldrond who arrived in the island on the 1st Augu-t tor 1W0 weeks' holMa*. Mr. Waldrond who i.* employed with Alstons Limited. Trinidad, was during higuest dt (-!> 'A ,'. I .. %  II Worthing. Firt Viait A HIUVINU ID UM colony on Wednesday by B.W.I A. from CII-II.KI.I \v .1 Mi Lowe who h %  • come over for two weeks' holiday. She was accompanied by her daughter Gwennetb on tlifir tii-i visit to the colony. During thctr stay they will be guests at Silver Bench Ouest House, Rocklfy. Mr. and Mr. Alexander were ;lo among the arrivals from Grenada. They have come over to spend two week'' holiday here ns guests of Silver Beach Quart House. Rockley. This is also their • to the colony. Intramit M R C I HINDS of the Post %  . . %  ".' %  :.: In Hi'itish Guiana, was inlnnsM on Wednesday bj nSa i-olomhie nrorrt Enulrmd on his way back home He ii>k a tonmonth course In non director automatic ti'lcjilnriiy in prepii ration tur coiravnton <>f tha manual in Brltlsb Qulana to autonunc work The course was under Iho %  %  %  plccs of the British Post Office. ENGRAVING JEWELLERY & REPAIRS Also Jewe.Iery made to order Wc now have our own skilled Jeweller working r^i the premises which guarantees quick deliveries and reasonable charges. V. l< LIMA A <<. I. Til. 20 Broad Si. Phone 4644 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE B> opened last night a* tu < %  ..•> %  Gale. MI,C Maria*!.,* D.r*.-..form arc (i*ft to n.-'iii Mr O K OaJe. Mr J | B...ii>c\ sad Mr "Adrocats" Advocate Sport* Club ^T^IE Ad vocal-. Spoils flu I KM !"im and it* sv-ial activities There was a welcome to Visitors by Mr. O. S ConpUL Jui Waler Polo Dance A LAJKU crowd i.f v\ i •* faiLs arc looking forward to • %  ftui nlghl ,.t the Aquatic CiuL to-morrow ..i 8.30 pjn. when tha Finals of tha A apd B Knock-out eompinUoa will t i There will be a dance afterI which the winning teams and their fans will prob %  Mutiny u. Snappers, this year's Le... Iwpin| to win both nips. While Swordilsh, ihe runti'is up in the Laagua, an to l>e the K.O. winners. In Division |i BdnltM and Police, two evenly matched tcarm. win also pnmcto %  VIM %  ..'.•i M an ra data Homf After 39 Year. li r.iuKNINti to UM i I A ft % %  Monday via PliartO Kloo w. .Mi. Rannafla G. smiiti. %  n. %  UM ISA lor the Mil Mi. Smith came OVW thiee week*' holiday with nib lelatlves Mr. and Mrs. F. A Waterman, of "Montro.sc." Watof MM, t. < b,,st ChUNB, He is I Civil Barvant attached u> to* post Office, New York. To Ml many friend' and relatives he says aa rcvotr. Walcome Party A PARTY in honour ol the Miwc:. ci'ivi,. tod Bbnona Dryadal %  •>* Si Lucbj and Mr. L--ster Cun tha U S*A ".4v held .., llu %  % %  and Mrs. Colin Manning, Bay i night. Otorl id Sinuiie guests of Mr. j.mi Mi il.nv IVo Mil. Hill and LeaUr is the guest of Mr. und Mrs. David %  Andrew T ie.v ardvW to II i 1 st week anon (d Cast .md Mrs. C "( Qun iiiii. Bt ^." has been in Canada l*K UM |*st two years is on the >'.JII ol the Shewin-Williams Research Laboratory. Ha Knginccnng ut the SiGeorge Williams Collage. He came Oval in spend one month wiDi BU and he told Canb th;it he thoroughly enjoyed his holiday giving most D f his time to -.tiling and itstnng. He Is very keen on yachting and is a popular member of the Pointcclaire Yacht Club. Montn-ul. Ai the airport to sec him oft were his parents, slslers and biat I For Jamaica %  EAVINQ ihe island yesterday *-' nornlni by HW.I.A. f*i %  % %  rt.e. Mi Ailim, W.II.KOt Trtoldad who had been spending a abort holiday in Barbados. Mr. Wallace will be remaining in Jamaica for cue week bofor %  returning home. He is attached i" tha Mechanical l(r;meh Of HW.I.A. On Business M R. AND MRS. JOHN CRACK of Culf Club Road left the lit and yesterday morning by Trans-Canada Air' Grace has gone on ;. nip ami hopes to be away for about two months. Garden—St. lam's a TUNOBBOS IH W.m-# Aalt*B HII In H.hnl-.l. COLT 45 it o o n A i, ru #; /i r it § %  ; s EMPIRE -DAT !30 SSI <>d I „I>||HIII> n.ii. I II a w rii..Hum s. Hatm i io* iiRons -i i * Bm -T irflai %  rd DKIK IOIIM I*. HI.I. N*WI Rl OLYMPIC Ifinliini I" i % %  i \\ i-iiroN mi iiv iin\( h o; SMI. i nAvi KAstDWM "OOl Ml I IH M %  WINTMUX'. BSfllM ROXY Op**!*! IOMOMMOH ( |. Cglumtola llciurn pr "TMB MOH M irrins Ctawrfitd. Rlchai ROYAL ni-n** in*bi >* a t H.>lwTt MONlCOMtKV till V.l/IM. MR limiUM %  tanrtaa Cerlllr PAHKT31 roatoaaon n\ NDAI M a I 70 CENTS FUST ei.ASS I'TILITY CI.0T1 70 CENTS 36 in. RAYON PONGEE SILK Whltd, Rose. Royal Blue. Green, Grey, Chocolate, Sky Blue. Gunpowder Blut -: Far :70c. DRESSES. UNDERWEAR. SHIRTS. PYJAMAS, ETC. AT Will II II 1 IIS ONLY 70 cents YOUR SHOE STORE DIAL 4220. 70 cents Knarf and II an id both asked Jack invrs. i H, *""• them (o steer awsv. It tells hr) t hou *"bt." insw*red Jark r huilding bis; bonfires along th* e-ig* of th* cliff It was a *ry good Idea. Grandfather said that on dark i ,'hts th* bonfires could be seen quit* far out at sea, and that them to watrh out. At feast," he adn>d. "that's what I think. "Long, long ago." Jack went on. "at* arandfather told me that there •HI th* wind, not the kim. with tacks that go by machinery times on a stormy night not easy to keep burning *apeci when the heary rain fell And —' %  "i It was fcy. th* light of tha Arcs Id hardly been leen at all Irom the ,hip* wouldn't bo ablo'la ssaL ^jp *&* Was aTmost too aMa. n i eie th* cliff< were and they would^ -.. i -fclKM ., he .shed to pieces on th* cl.ffs." Tl u " lh "Shipwrecked." said llantd. "And then finally they thought of -And th. Mh. u .„. J„ ^^.*lh# llsbthous*. It was th* beat idea •aid Knarf drowned ?, .„ he ver y (T „, ^U No matter saidhn.rf | now hard the rala fall, tha light In i .1.1 . ,h#y 7' r *' mla ,t,B lifhthouse still kept shining. Jark And all because they couldn't j And It was so strong and so bright ehffs. And then th* people and so sharp that it area shon* see thei who lived near the cliffs were very sad. For sometimes their own brothers and fathers were the sailors on the ships that were wrecked. (Jrandfathcr told me that then the [ eople who lived near the cliffs new that they would have to think of some way to let the sailors on the ships be warned about the cliffi gh the fog. "Since that lighthouse was built." Jack said as h* shook out his wings and got ready to fly off again, "no more ships have run on the cliffs. There haven't been any shipwrecks. No sailors have been drowned. And all the people whose brothers and fathers are -nilors hav* no more on the darkest nights They, fears. And the little old man who hadnt thought about the lighthous* 'takes care of the light is th* hapmeat man of all." vat. They thought of another way." Rupert's Spring Adventure—-8 R-ioen limb. they're he thinks They .. .,, .„ —ol %  huiif. I believe •omethint hit InahKned rhem." And h* tills out. Don't nop ui," cnti on* limb ii u lejpi pin. Their'* 4 qufr fierce ^rtjture re." iiyi inothet Rupert mm lorwird to ihe top ol the • lope. There 11 nothing following the limht. but Irom the rrnddlc J 1 buih there ippem mother ihm cod ol imokc, It' the dngon !" lie giips. Listening Hours FltinAY. AUGl'ST IS, 1*M •111 SvJB, — IS.lSw.. W4SM : f| 400 pin Tl.r N-w>. 110 Dllll S.mcr < II 1 < Ivi %  nd Daw Kayr JO p m 'I .... uli ol >.. J 00 p m I'nrkrl i H |> 1 %  nterliida. SI) gm Varlftv Bandbox. Kditu 1 I" |i m Mtrhant Navy PrmKantriH 10.00 Colonial CWSSneStSarV, %  *' Talk Sport 1 Bound up and nasBassa • l* 10 1 7 11 p m. Wa*l liulian Diary, T 43 p.r A Tale ol Two Clllci. S.IB p m Had Nrwiltrl. B jo p tn World AtTaln. B %  B S3 p m Trom The lews. I0.W p m Nw. Th.Drbatr Conlli too 10 IS 1 from The Third 1'ioirat OPKNINCi T-I>AY 2.30 and Ml And Continuing Daily 4.45 and 8.311 A THRILLING, NEW MOTION PICTURI! Another Triumph for John Howard Davics Whoh Winning America's Heart as "Ouw Twist CtOSCt MINTEK peneM lulls 1IOWABD DAVICS ROBEBT •* TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS" % %  JAMBS HAVm • MKKAIL HOBOCSN DIANA WNYAIO e——I ar a !" D—J11— DVaaas Oaaka SMq. sa ssa jaw taiaaSlaajai chooldays (.tnnr.i VIIVTTE -^.-^ PARAMOUNT RKIT1SH NEWS RREI. rc^r^llilSaTRif CROSSWORD 1 1 II > . 1 1 a i • %  rt ^U ~ ;T. 1r Jr IT 1 r r __!:___ <* <=7fie STARS' • an Penny on a mured it. () a. Stupid number. ... W What a tnU*r won't atsnd, (Si it*. BTDonTm Of 33i* 11 Oold leaf 00 bronw ' For Friday. Ausust 15. 152 J> which your birthday comes and ccordln* tn tha stars. j Artistic professions, light and airy matters" as—s—— are in favour now Friendly day for honit March 81—April 90ourable, useful activities managed rightly. Don't Indulge 'moods'* or 111 temper. Jaf BsB • * Your Venus in favourable position spon-^ lora the artistic, gardening, decorating, do* % mestic affairs and children's activities. Extra caution urged in handling tools. • • Not overstimulating vibrations, bid day 111 bo mildly progressive, pleasant. Home. TAOmOi April ai-May 20 May 21 OBMIin %  18 f (mil and plants 34. t. Laugnter mskrr. (5 > a bsT* rou'll Rnd. it) %  It I(r—I, _„ Iff. SVnmivm of 10. IS) T.-B; 18, BILE BEANS keep her ATTRACTIVE YOUTHFUL -full of vigour Why be tired, constipated or livcrithl or suiter indignlion ? Bile Mean* will make you viially fit, full o/ energy, bright-eyed and happy BE SURE TO GET THESE MEDICALL* TESTED DPPROVEDBILEBE>m OAMOatB 1 O— July 23 LEO July •—Aug. VOUK) Aug 2J-g.pt. as |rwi %  apt 2t-Oet. t3 Boomrio Oet. 24—Nov BAOITTABJTJg NOT. 25—Dec 22 OAIC0R Dae. 23 —Jan. 21 S itaL Be tactful in seeking a raise or other ad_, ^ ^ ^ Friendly aspects mostly though day does not sanction extremes In anything, and Sun's rays stress extra care handling vehlJg* cles, machinery, tools, airplanes. • • • Sane moderation the important thing to* % day. Rallrnadlng. mln.ng. building, all hazardous work ask intelligent patience and care. Pleasant outlook. * * Auspicious now for scientific and artistic ^ matters; for dressmaking, millinery, in•** terior decorating; stage, screen, radio, television work. Don't strain mentally ofr physically. >> * More generous aspects now. Your Venus favourable. Be encouraged to do your 3^ ocst, also to inspire others to fresh ambition. * * Mar's position here stresses patience, your most genial disposition. Take up essential chores, but also enjoy some rest, healthy /f* outdoor activities * ^ Caution in Investments, all money transM wr actions: buying, selling, real estate, making contracts But day encouraging familiar ^ A business has advantages for YOU. 3r %  %  In-between day. neither too helpful nor %  _* yet hindering. Give first attention to ur*T no.vr Opening To-morrow, 4.45 A 8.15 gent matters and take the less Important when you can. Dont worry; get some re-^ laxation. .af* • • • Day responsive to right direction and man.j agement but advises more caution as it l*f* advances. Familiar issues should run smoothlv. Don't take up new matters until right time. • • • One of the few mixed days this fine Pisces month. Think and check before l*r you start anything important so you can speed ahead and not have to retrace steps. YOU BORN TODAY: Innately gay, bright, mentally f keen; a snappy talker and dresser. Many talents, line capabil^ AQUARIUS Jan. 23 — Tab. 90 PISCES Tab. 21—March 5 .JV ity. but these must be developed, and used dally In useful occupation. In community and country's Interests. Curb any tend._* Pray for pat ion. in community and country's nicy to "bosslness" or a "know-it-all" attitude. God's help and guidance, and you won't go wrong. Birthdate: Sir Walter Scott, novelist, poet; EMel Barry^ more, actress. W * Short EXTRA: "KING ARCHER THRIU5! R0MAN! 0NR! (&En5ia3 ERICPORTMAN laurenceHamey MariaMauton CCSSCAMELIA PI A if A BARBAREES B-L -\£. X |O|AL 5i7o| TO-DAY 4.45 8. 8.30 P.M. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY

8.00 p.m.

For the future in the distance
And the good that I can do

Court of Common pleas 10.30 a.m

Court of Ordinary 11.00 ar

Mobiie Cinema, Rudder’s Pasture, Day
rell's Road 7.30 p.m

Police Band Concert, Hastings Rocks,



For the cause that lacks assistance
"Gainst the wrongs that need resistance




ESTABLISHED 1895

Har barogs



~ Die; 500 Arrested In

Riots Near Alexandria

Ta n ks A nd Troo )p s From All Quarters:
Guard Cotton Mills



CAIRO, August 14.

TANKS AND ARMOURED CARS to-day stood on
guard with Egyptian troops along the littered streets and
burned out ruins of Egypt’s “Little Lancashire” near

Alexandria where the cotton mill riots

with seven dead,

yesterday ended

200 injured, and 500 arrests.

Troops were also deployed through Alexandria itself,
Egypt's second city and summer capital where the city
Police Commandant declared a state of emergency early

to-day. 3
among the smouldering fac

Fire Brigades were this morning still working

tories in the mill area of Kafr

El Dawar as special military tribunals prepared to try
the leading rioters on the spot.

General Mohammed Naguib,
Commander in Chief of Egypt’s
armed forces early today an-
nounced that the situation in the
riot area was “under control.”
After a Cabinet meeting to dis-
cuss the situation late last night,
Premier Aly Maher, acting as
military Governor General of
Egypt, promised “merciless pun-
ishment” for the ring-leaders.

Military Court

A five-man military court em-
powered with final authority was
convened on Thursday for the
mass trial of hundreds of workers
arrested in Wednesday’s textile
riot near Alexandria,

It was predicted that 400 of the
567 arrested workers were to go
before an all-military tribunal.

Charges against the accused in-
clude arson, destruction and in-
citement of disorder.

Naguib’s headquarters charged

that persons “in the pay of the
old regime’ fermented the Kafr

El Dawr labour troubles, the first] the
launched his} from

since the General
military coup on July 23. They
alleged that the “agitators” had
infiltrated among the mill area’s
30,000 workers to “sabotage and
disfigure the army’s national
movement,”

In the riots following a two-
days strike after the dismissal of
workers on political grounds
petrol stations and motor stores
‘were set on fire and most of the
industrial area’s 40,000 spindles
and automatic looms were smash-
ed and burnt. Naguib called the
rioters “traitors” whose aim is to
disturb the public security and
raise obstacles in the way of
social reform,

Later, troops supported by
tanks and armoured cars cleared
the factory of sit-down strikers
who barricaded’ themselves in-|
side as the rioters set fire to bales!
of cotton in the spinning and)
weaying ‘factory and administra-
tive buildings. The troops rounded

up more than 500 workers inelud-}
of |

ing the
the riots,

alleged ring-leaders

Troops rushed in
cotton and silk factories in the
Beheira province against further
possible riots. Motor traffic be-
tween Cairo and Alexandria was



} Supreme



South African
Police Detain
| Newsman

JOHANNESBURG, Aug, 14
South African police engaged in
opposing the campaign against
government “Jim Crow laws”
beld for questioning today the
“Time” Magazine correspondent
Alexander Campbell. “Time” re-
cently carried a cover story on
Nationalist Premier Daniel Malan.

Campbell was brought in for
questioning as the police arrested
the President of the African Na-
tional Congress, one of the organ-
isations leading the campaign
igainst the Government’s segre-
gation laws.

Meanwhile in
Court
Government





the
the
banned

voters

Capetown
overruled
order and
removal of coloured
the voting rolls. Late on
Thursday afternoon plain-clothes
detectives entered the Johannes-
burg “Star” building where
Campbell has his office and pro-
duced a search warrant to exam-
ine the “Time” correspondent’s
papers. He was taken to police
headquarters for questioning, but
was not arrested,

The police moved into the homed

of Congress President Doctor J. 8.
Moroca and arrested him while
attending his medical patients,
He was held on charges of break«
ing the Suppression of Commu-
nism Act and then released on a
£100 bail.
Campbell recently
United States.
published its

visiteq the
While there ‘Time’

detailed story on
Malan. A recent issue of “Time”
contained an article on Solly
Sachs. South African Labour

leader.—U.P.



Millionaires
Draw Old
Age Pension

LONDON, Aug.

Washington; About 50 million-
aires are drawing old age Sociai
Security pensions of £25 a montn
the government reports.

Melbourne: Detectives are hunt-
ing for a gang who made away
with an ammunition box stuffed
with an army and public service
payroll of £33,593—in notes. The
box was locked in the strong room
of a bank overnight with other
payroll bexes awaiting collection
and delivery by a carrying com-
pany who used an armoured car
for the purpose, Three blocks
away a cinema was showing “The
Lavender Hill Mob’’—the story
of a Lendon bank clerk who plan-
ned an armoured car bullion rop-
bery.

Tel Aviv; Because the clothing
supply cannot meet demand, the
Israeli Government will distribute
10,000 tailor-made suits and 10,000
pairs of trousers by lottery. A
suit will cost 90 Israeli pounds
( £32 sterling).

Capetown: The tiny South At-
lantic island of St. Helena, where
Napoleon was exiled, has had its
first fatal car crash since motors
came to the island 21 year ago.
A three-tom truck owned by a
firm of flax millers left a moun-\
tain-side road and crashed 176
yards ,below, killing two of the
occupants and injuring three.

New Deal For
lran Peasants

TEHERAN, IRAN, Aug. 14.
Iran's
looked forward on Thursday to a
new deal, an extra 10 percent cut
from the giant sized landlord's |
share of what they produced. The -



decree ordering a better break for
poverty-stricken farmers was
issued on Wednesday by Prem:
Mohammed Mossa - mee j
specified that 1 must de-
posit another 10 percent of the in- |
come from their estates in special
rural banks to aid-needy farmers.
The degree was the first of a series
of reforms promised by the aged
Nationalist header when Parlia-
ment this week granted him the
right to rule with near dictatorial
powers for six months.

—UP.

Col. See. Now Controls

-ow a Trinidad Magistrates

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 14.
THE GOVERNMENT has decided to divorce the ne, |

halted for soar hours bs sain isterial Department from the Judiciary. This decision
army moved in forces, a 1b - f- . Ha - a 7

declared that “traitors” were re-| was taken by the Executive Council ‘on Tuesday, and
sponsible for the situation and

that the army had to intervene to;
restore order. Rioting and arson}
marked the first civil
since Naguib assumed power. |

—UP.|



RESULTS OF 6D CONSOLA-
TION TICKETS OF THE
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
SUMMER MEETING 1952
ON PAGE EIGHT.



violence}



automatically removes the Chief Justice’s power over the!

colony’s Magistrates.

The new agreement hands over the control over the
colony’s sixteen Magistrates to the Colonial Secretary in
matters regarding promotion,



discipline, personnel eria |

| transfers, while the Chief Magistrate will handle ordinary

administrative affairs.

A magisteriat delegation had
seen P, M. Renison, Governor-
| Designate of British Honduras, who



PRESIDENT TRUMAN accepts at the W'iite House a massive Roman vase

from Italian Ambassador Albe
given as a symbol of the frie

dates back to the days of the Rom

rio

1an Empire.

Tarchiani

the pe

and his wife. The vase,
ple of Italy and the U.S.,
(International

The Colonial Secretary will act
through the Chief Magistrate.

save them his support before de-
tarture, A strong protest was made
to him by magistrates over the
ntire magistracy following a
tatement by Sir Cecil Furness
Smith, then Chief Justice, that no
inagistrate of Trinidad should be
appointed to a judgeship. Renison
said that was only Sir

ernment policy.
fated were entitled to promotion |
to the Supreme Court bench,

The Executive Council adjourn-
ed the discussion relating to the
salary scale of magistrates, which
magistrates claim is palpably low.

—C.P.

LONDON MASS |
FOR EVA





LONDON, Aug. 14.
A solemn requiem mass for the!
late Senora Eva Peron will be

celebrated at Westminster Cathe-
dral at noon on August 26. The
Argentine colony here and many
British and fore diplomats are
expected to attend.

down-trodden peasants .
‘Cli
|

on | mysterious fowl disease i
Cecil’s confirmed by eminent laboratory
private opinion but not the £0OV-jscurces abroad
Magistrates, he! disease. The Information Offiec

stated yesterday that the disease

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,

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U.N.

POURING RAINS fell on strategic “Bunker Hill”
mudelying the bloody battlefield where United States| ot
u

marines hurled back four

attacks and crippled an entire Red regiment.
Rain was a welcome sight to dirty, tired marines who
for the past three days fought and defeated

Red troops in the scorching

Atop “Bunker Hill” victorious marines planted a torn
and battle stained flag dedicated to Saint
Korean battl a

Archangel—a



Massachusetts, Aug. 14.

A kleptomaniac crow
nameg “Cliquot,” with a
craving for cigarettes and
parking




here i
day. The enous
was tracked by the police
in a business office on
Wednesday when stenogra-
phers complained that he
was filching cigarettes, pen-
cils, lipsticks and paper clips.
He was seized as he
flapped down next to a pile
of petty cash, At headquar-
ters he trieq to make off
with a sheaf of freshly reg-
istered parking tickets be-
fore his owner, twelve-year-
old Barbara Scott, arrived
from her home in Beverly
and asked if anyone had
seen “Cliquot”’,
Figuring that they would

have a pare | — convincing
Jud a
nl sac rand thou be 2
te “a
ne Sot a Gort
£9. dauarters
on his mistress’

i later ted ¥

° oe hed ats
Ping “two or of the

as —(U.P.)



“Newcastle” Disease
Strikes Poultry
In Trinidad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 14
The outbreak in Trin of a
as beep

to be Newcastle

was caused by a vitus noted fo

its rapid spread through flocks and

the infection was caused in many
ways.

‘The fear that two-thirds of the
eclony’s stocks may have to be
destroyed was voiced by an in-
formed source, but no such official
endorsement has been forthcom-
ing. The ulture Department
ernounced the framing of vigorous
measures to avert any epidemic,
and is considering quarantining
infected premises? The Department
added that although Newcastle

is worldwide this seemed
to be the first definitely recorded
incidence in the British ee



/ EXPLORER’S BAOK

| BROKEN

ST, MARTIN, Caverns,
} France, Aug. 14.
| Explorer Marcel Loubens who
lhad his jaw fractured and his
back broken may live if he can be
brought up from the depths uf the
! prehistoric cavern his doctor said.
Dr. Mairet a member of Max
|Cousyn’s expedition that set out
lest week to probe the murky cave
eached his injured companion this
morning and telephoned a diag-
nosis to the surface. It was the
first medical attention Loubens
has received since he plunged 120
| feet on the jagged rocks yesterday
nd first phone call to the surface
ince the line went dead yesterday
lat 5 ‘p.m
Nordert Castert, another of the

| ve explorers on watch at the

IN FALL

surface end of the telephone line

sent the news to Loubens’ father

at the foot of the mountain. The
felder Loubens arrived late yeste:
day and passed a sleepless night
waiting for word of his son.

He broke down and cried when
he heard that the 33-year-old
scientist was sfill alive and might
be saved. At the bottom of the
pit Louben# three companions
and a doctor prepared to strap the
unconscious explorer to a board
and raise him 120 feet to the sur-
face,

Sheets of rain and high winds
which tore away the tiny tent
village at the mouth of the cavern
hampered rescue efforts as



’ Cripples
Red Regiment

. x iter-attack
quot’ Or ‘Klepto’ poles. cast of

1952

= WENNIS TEAM HERE

+ TENNIS TEAM pictured with their Manager Mr. Leon Leacock.

filson who is touring with the team, F. Debysingh; K. Assing.

Mr. Leacock (Manager), Dr. Noble Sarkar (Gapt.), G. Yawching, A.



Asiatic Manpower
Must Fight Asiatic

Contununism

PHILADELPHH#A, MISSISSIPPI,
Aug. 14,

Senator John Stennis, member
the Senate’s Armed Forces
Committee said on Thursday that
‘we must train Asiatic manpower
‘fo fight Asiatic Communism.”
Speaking at a Neshoba County
fair in his campaign for re-elec-
tion, Stennis said he hopes that
the new administration, whether
Democratic jor Republican, will
bring the reapprisal of foreign

affairs.
—U.P.

SEOUL, August 14.

Chinese Communist counter

2,800 veteran

heat.

Michael the

made by Korean orphans.
hinése Reds made their third



Advocate!

Nioon: Last Quarter, August 1z
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.

PRICE : PIVE CENTS

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“Sag tetas

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Belgium Has
New Problem
For Ridgway

WASHINGTON. Aug. i4.

Belgium’s decision to cut down
its military conscription period
has created new and unexpected
troubles for General Matthew B.
Ridgway’s European Army. The
Brussels Government decided on
Wednesday to knock three months
off the 24-month service period for
conseripts.

It had failed the previous day
to get neighbouring countries to
agree on a common two-year
training programme.

US. officials, testifying before
Congress on Foreign Aid in March
and April said that they wanted
to increase the training of reserves

throughout Western Europe as the
plan,

key to the whole defence
and they said that this would cre-
ate difficult problems, but there
was no hint—at ‘that time tha‘
these officials expected any Euro-
pean country to cut down on the
length of conscript service.
Belgium is, the only member of
the European Defence Commun
ity with a two year service period
Norway requires 12 months, The

| Netherlands and France 18 manth;

and Italy 15 months. Britain, not
an E.D.C, member, has a two year
period. Strikes and demonstration
against the conscription period
broke out in Belgium last week.
—C.P

West Sold 82,000

Tons Of Rubber

YY . . ye

To Russia, China

WASHINGTON, Aug. 14

Free countries have supplied
Fussia and Communist China with
a>out 82,000 tong of natural rub-
ber in the first half of 1952, the
U.S. Commerce Department re-
ported on Thursday. Officials add-
e1 that Britain was the chief sup
plier, shipping about 59,000 tons
to Russia.

American officials said that this
naterial undoubtedly could have
been of some strategic value to the
Communists in Korea and else
where,

Under a U.N resolution of
May 1951, Communist China wa:
branded an aggressor and an em-



- ; bargo was clamped on the ship-
the > p

Dengtunjon Ae ment of strategic goods to the

‘ight. Allied artillery and sharp- Chinese. Britain, Malaya, and

shooting fire from infantrymen’:
wifes, mortars and machine guns

Appalling

eut a Communist battalion’ to loy, {bey
7s Unemployment |
,
tl Brief Rest In Italy . |
For more than an hour fanatical

Reds tried to storm Marines de-
fending the position from pre-

Young men who never had a pay-
fabrieated bunkers, A few Com-

t day, and jobless fathers with hun-
munists reached the crest and en-jgry babies are telling a sad story |
gaged the marines in hand to}of Italy's economic ailment, un- |
hand combat but they were quick- | employment. In the. first parlia-

ly “neutralized”, Finally the| mentary investigation of its kind
Chinese withdrew and for four }in this country, tragic word pic-
hours the Marines had a_ brief|tures of this weakening national
rest,

disease which has baffled dictato-
rial and democratic governments
alike are being painted on official
record, but how the whole story
will help Premier Alcide De Gas-

Then came the fourth counter-
attack—-a half hearted attack that
was driven off four minutes after
id started,

Since the Marines ¢aptured | peri’s government to eradicate un-
“Bunker HiH” Reds have thrown employment remains to be seen.
four counter-attacks and = an

Eighth Army briefing officer said Alongside the sad stories of the

Communist “Regimental strength |jobless is the tragic testimony of
had been invested in the action,” | their incapacity for jobs crying

Chinese Communists tossed|to be filled. Rome and its pro-
‘other probing attacks at Marine |vince have 47,326 unemployed to-
western front lines, one only ajday, yet building contractors need
mile east of Panmunjom. Al) | and can’t find 2,000 carpenters and
were repulsed. Other U.N, units | bricklayers,

jumped off in raids against Reds
early today.

100 Sorties

In the air, Allied fighter bomb-
ers flew about 100 sorties in sup-
port of Embattled Marines yester-
day. Marine war planes, South
Koreans Mustangs and Royal Aus-
tralian twin jet Meteors levelled
20 super buildings and started
large fires in the Sariwon and
Yonan areas, Twenty-five B29
Superforts took over the air war

Three Deputies and a battery
of experts are drawing stories of
the jobless from young men who
have never had a job and older
workers who hardly remember
their last regular pay-check,

—C.P.



First French |
Victim Of Korean

after dark, attacking stackpiled *
war materials at Anak, west of War Buried
Sariwon.

‘Naval warplanes rested yester- FRANCE, Aug. 14.

day as three carriers on the east-| ‘The first French soldier to be
ern coast used the day to re-|kijied in the Korean war was
supply. Surface jcraft however |}, -ieq on Thursday in the little
continued bombardments of Com- lage cemetery of the Toulon
Wmunist supply centres, transporta-| suburb after a solemn high re-

fion facilities and front lines. tiem Mass and full military hon-
UP. js ovirs. High army and civilian offi-

| clals joined friends and neighbours
{as the coffin of Rene Betty was

Another Uranium {carried on a self-propelled artil-



» |te’y piece from the church to the
: ra jburial ground, - Korea combat
Find In Aust lia velerans made up the guard of
} honour
DARWIN, Australia, Aug. 14 honour —UP.







ROME, Ane 14, I ioc ris this year,
a

countries have intefpreted

this embargo as applying to rub-

and have stopped all ship-
ments, but Ceylon, not a member
of the U.N. was reported by the
Commerce Department to have
shipped almost all of China’s im-

—CP.



Kisenhower Turns

Down Truman

WASHINGTON, Aug, 14

Truman invited Dwight Eisen-
hower to the White House to re-
ceive the same soxt of briefing
that was given Governor Adlai
Stevenson, the White House said
on ‘Thursday,

Eisenhower, Republican Presi-
dential candidate, rejected the in-
vitation, Truman sent the invita-
tion to Eisenhower at the Brown
Palace Hotel in Denver.

Eisenhower's telegraph to Presi-
dent Truman said that under pres-
ent clreumstances any communi-
cations between them “should be
only those which are known to all
the American people.”

—U.P.

tal Rainfall for month to date

TO-DAY
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nset: 6.18 p.m.



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Mr. ANTHONY EDEN.

Crowds Flock
‘To See Eden’s
Wedding

LONDON, Aug. 14

Foreign Secretary Anthony
tuden was married to Miss Clarissa
'Churehill, niece of Winston
(hurehill, with the Prime Minis-
; ier standing by in the combined
1 .0le of unele, chief witness, and
' some say—matchmaker,

Eden, 55, considered the ‘Crown
‘rince’ of the Churchill regime,
[was married to Miss Churchill
32, in a ten minute ceremofhy in
! the Caxton Hall Registry office,
vhich rolled out the old red ear-
pet for the second time tn the

ear. The last appearance of the




| :hop-worn celebrity carpet was
last winter for the marriage of
‘tollywood film star Blizabeth

aylor to actor Michael Wilding,
nd today’s ceremony proved that
ihe combination of Eden and
Churchill is a hard one for even
ilolywood glamour to beat. There
‘re 3,000 wildty demonstrative
ins jammed into Caxton Street
for the Taylor-Wilding marriage.

An hour before today’s cere-
mony it looked as though” the
White Hall had lost the glamour
battle, but then the crowds began
to arrive as though for a champi-
ship fight About 4,000 massed
ip Downing Street to see the
rime Minister and his niece
‘ave for the wedding. Another
2,500 were around the; Registry
cofice, and still more crowds
waited in nearby streets to cheer
the arrivals and departures, 1

—U-P.

12 More Filipino
Outlaws Killed

MANILA, Aug. 14,

Philippines army troops killed

more Moro outlaws in Govern-
ments all out drive to crush ban-
cit chieftain Hadji Kamlon and
his band, hiding out in heavily
wooded eastern Jolo island.

An official Filipino army report
sid 2,500 man task force has
killed 42 Moros, Government cas-
valties totalled five dead, includ-
ng a fighter plane pilot whose
Mustang crashed into the sea after
o strafing run, 16 wounded and one
missing,

Defence Secretary Ramon Maga
last weekend ordered Army troops
to wipe out Kamlons. band after
the notorious outlaw leader had
refused to surrender.



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—U.P.



BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY

UWUSSEAL priming is essential
ipplication ensures that the pain

surfaces, and at the same tine







U.N. Apologies
Worthless

made in Northern Territory, ter-|
The discovery was made 130 miles
Wise inspected the field on GENOA, Italy, Aug. 14
Mineral Resources. The find was|™0torship “Marco Polo”, It was
faid that the uranium-bearing orey ic°cement reached between the
places gave excellent readings —U.P.
TEHERAN, Aug. 14
PANMUNJOM
Communist Peiping Radio said] tt Premier Mossadegh had re-

Another “very important” find}
of uranium-bearing ore has been)
eye
ritorial Administrator F. J. S. Twenty Families
Wise announced on Thursday,!
Leave For Chile
fouth of the rich “R. M. Jungle’ - . ,
upanium field
ind an Twenty peasant families left
2dnes 4 ba geologist and} ; dM
Peed the hares of| ‘0-day for Chile aboard the Italian
first reported by three Darwin|‘the first group of Italian farmers
contractors two days ago. They) leaving for Chile following the new
cecurred in a lode form over 200} Chilean Government and the Ital-
feet in length, and that many|ian Institution of Poreign Aid.
with the gamma ray counter
—U-P. 5 io
Mossadegh Did Not
q
Ask For A Loan |
Mohammed Hossein Aliabadi,
Aug. 14, new Vice Premier, denied reports |
that the United Nations apologies ted the U.S. for a loan. Ali-
for violating the Panmunjom neu- said that Mossadegh decid-

que



abadi



for the paint coats to follow. It t




tral zone were “worthless”, ahd o cease asking financial aid

insisted that all planes were or- America §fter Truman

dered to enter the conference} ned down hi request for

area The Communist broadcast|$100,000,000 during his recent

also said that the United Nations|trip to the U.S The Vice-Pre- FORT ROYAL

admitted shelling the zone on mier alse criticised Britain for

August 3 only ause “hot evi-; blocking Iranian funds in British

Bence made thern own up at last.’’| banks 7 Phone 2385 Sole Dis
—(UP.) | —(U.P.) |

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hus prevents peeling and discoloura-

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assures that the paint coat gives the

maximum service.

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PAGE TWO





Caub Calling

IS. (LORDSHIP Mr. Justice

Taylor, Acting Puisne Judge,
left the island yesterday morning
by the M.V. Willemstad for the
United Kingdom on leave, He was
accompanied by Mrs. Taylor,

Radiclogist For U.K.

D* EDITH SMITH, Radio-
logist of the Barbados

General Hospital, was among the
passengers leaving the island yes-
terday by the Willemstad for the
United Kingdom.

Dr, Smith has wae up to spend
a_ holiday.

Diploma in Education
R. HARRY Mc.D. JOSEPH,
Senior Lecturer at the Goy-
ernment Training School, Trinidad
returned home on Wednesday by
the Colombie which called here on
its way from England,

Mr, Joseph spent . year at the
Institute of Education, London,
taking a diploma in education, an
examination which is part of the
M.A. Education course. He now has
to write a thesis to complete his
M.A, in Education,

Short Holiday

ee. in the colony du:~

ing. last week was Miss
Lucille Williams of Trinidad. She
has come over to Barbados .o
spend about two weeks’ holiday
as the gupst of Miss Pearl Durant,
Bank Hall. Miss Williams is em-
ployed with the Turf Club, Port-
of-Spain.

Two Weeks’ Hcliday
ETURNING home yesterday
by B.W.1.A. to Trinidad was
Mr. James Waldrond who arrived
in the island on the Ist August
for two weeks’ holiday. Mr. Waid-
rond who is employed with Al-
stons Limited, Trinidad, was dur-
ing his stay here, a guest at
Crystal Waters Guest House,
Worthing.
First Visit
RRIVING in the colony on
Wednesday by B.W.1A, from
Grenada was Mrs. Lowe who has
come over for two weeks’ holiday.
She was accompanied by her
daughter Gwenneth on their first
visit to the colony. During their
stay they will be guests at Silver
Beach Guest House, Rockley.
* * *

Mr. and Mrs.
also among the
Grenada. They have come over
to spend two weeks’ holiday here
as guests of Silver Beach Guest
House, Rockley. This is also their
first visit to the colony.

Intransit

MoM C. I, HINDS of.the Post

Office Tele-Communications
Department in British Guiana, was
intransit on Wednesday by the
Colombie from England on his
way back home. He took a ten-
month course in non director
automatic telephony in preparation
for conversion of the manual
exchange in British Guiana to
automatic work,

The course was under the aus-
pices of the British Post Office.

Alexander were
arrivals from



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JEWELLERY
&
REPAIRS

Also Jeweilery made to order
e

We now have our
own skilled Jeweller
working qn the pre-
mises which guarantees
quick deliveries and
reasonable charges.

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lost’ week

~rnensnenenaaneiniannenitnntenen sets nt et

-



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Social and Sports Club was officially
opened last night at the club rooms, Tudor Street by the Hon. V. C.

Gale, M.L.C., Managing Director,

form are (left to right):
Gale, Mr. J. E. Brome, and Mr.
“Advocate”.

Advocate Sports Club
1E Advocate Sports Club
which was formed on the 20th

June this year was opened yes-

terday afternoon by the Hon.
Vv. C. Gale, M.L.C., Managing
Director of the Advocate Co.,,
Ltd.

The Club is situated opposite

the Police Barracks, Tudor Street
and its object is to cater to various
activities of sport—including table
tennis, cricket, baseball, water
polo, football and also religious
organisations.

After the introductory remarks

by Mr. P.'G. Hinds, President,
Mr. Gale, Patren, officially open-
ed the club, Mr. J. KE. Brome,
Senior Vice-President, then spoke
of the good and welfare of the
club and its s-cial activities.

There was a welcome to Visitors
by Mr. O. S. Coppin, Junior Vice-
President

Water Polo Dance
LARGE crowd of Wate, Polw

fans are looking forward to a
gala night at the Aquatic Club
to-morrow at 8.30 p.m. when the
Finals of the A and B Divisions
Kneck-out competition will he
played.

There will be a dance after-

wards at which the winning teams
and their fans will probably take
the opportunity to celebrate.
Snappers, this year’s League win-
ners, are hoping te win both
cups. While Swordfish, the run-
ners up in the League, are hoping
to be the K.O. winners.

In Division B Bonitas and Po!-
ice, two evenly matched teams,
will also provide a very exciting
and keen match.

Home After 39 Years
MLUNRNING to the U.S.A. on
Monday via Puerto Rico was
Mr. Hermage G. Smith, a Bar-
badian who has been residing in
the U.S.A. for the last 39 years.
Mr. Smith came over to spend
three weeks’ holiday with his
relatives Mr. and Mrs, F. A.
Waterman, of “Montrose,” Water
Street, Christ Chureh. He is a
Civil Servant attached to joe Post
Office, New York. To his many
friends and rélatives he says au
revoir.

A

Welcome Party
PARTY in honour

Misses Gtoria and Simone

Drysdale of St. Lucia and Mr.
Lester Cummings of the U.S.A.
was held at the residence of Mr.

and Mrs, Colin Manning, Bay
Street, last night.

Gloria and Simene are the
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harry

Forde of Two Mile Hill and Lester
is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. David
Foster of Belleplaine, St. Andrew
They arrived in the island during
and will be spending
a short holiday.

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Mr. 0. 8. Coppin, Mr. P. G. Hinds, Hon. V. 0.

CGA. L. Gale, Editor, Barbados

5
Expected Home Before

Christmas
IS many iriends will be eae
i to learn that Mr. W.
“barney” Millar, Chief Sub kaltor
ot the Advocate is well and en-
Joying himself in New York.

“Summer in this place is the
only period when you can go out
and about and really see things
and places,” writes Barney

Through the good offices ‘of Mr.
Frank Viner, Daily Telegraph
New York Representative, Mr.
Millar was introduced to Mr. Jack
Noel, Deputy Editor of the Jour-
nal American,

There Barney learnt moderna
methods in the News Room, Sub
Editor’s and Proof Reading De-
partments, He is expected back
at the Advocate before Christmas.

Student Returns
ELUKNING to Canada yes-
terday morning by Trans-
Canada Airlinés was Mr, Er ‘ic
Haison, son of Capt. and Mrs.
E. Raison of Gun Hill, St. George:

Eric who has been in Canada
for the past two years is on the
staff of the Shewin-Williams Re-
search Laboratory. He is studying
Chemical Engineering at the Sir
George Williams College. He came

over to spend one month with
his parents and he told Carib
that he thoroughly enjoyed his

holiday giving most of his time to
Se uiling and fishing. He is very
keen on yachting and is a popular
member of the Pointeclaire Yacht
Club, Montreal.

At the airport to see him off
were his parents, sisters and
friends.

For Jamaica
I Dra is ING the island yesterday
morning by B.W.I1.A. for
Jamaica was Mr. Arthur Wallace
of Trinidad who had been spend-
ing a short holiday in Barbados.
Mr. Wallace will be remaining
in Jamaica for cne week befor?
returning home. He is attached
to the Mechanical Branch
B.W.1LA,

On Business
R. AND MRS. JOHN GRACE
of Golf Club Road left the
isand yesterday morning by
Trans-Canada Airlines for Can-
ada. Mr. Grace has gone on «
business trip and hopes to be

of

ot the|®Way for about two months.





~~ GALETY

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—He Told Knarf All About Lighthouses—

By MAX TRELL

FAR out at the edge of the cliff |
| it stood looking over the ocean. It
was a tall round tower painted
black and white with here and there |
a few little windows like tiny eyes.
At the very top was a large round
window. It was from this window





teat the great light shone all night ‘

long. throwing a beam far out over
| the water.

Jack-Tar Gull told Knarf and!

Hanid about the tower and the beam ,

of light. “It’s a lighthouse” said}
Hanid. They all went to the cliff |
and stood looking at it.

“An old man lives there,”
Jack. “I’ve often seen him.
takes care of the light.”

said
He

“Why,” asked Knarf, “does a
lighthouse have a light?”
Signals Danger

“For the ships,” said Jack. “It

tells them that the cliffs are there.
It tells them to steer away. It tells
them to watch out. At least,” he
added, “that's what | think,

“Long, long ago,” Jack went on,
| “my grandfather told me that there
was no lighthouse standing here at
all It was in the days of the old
sailing ships—the ships that went
with the wind, not the king with
smokestacks that go by machinery,
And sometimes on a stormy night
the ships wouldn’t be able to see
where the cliffs were and they would
be dashed to pieces on the cliffs,”

“Shipwrecked,” said Hanid.

“And the sailors were drowned ?”
said Knarf.

“Very often they were,” said
Jack. “And all because they couldn’t
see these eliffs. And then the people
who lived near the cliffs were very
sad. For sometimes their own
brothers and fathers were the sail-
ors on the ships that were wrecked.
Grandfather told me that then the |
people who lived near the: cliffs
knew that they would have to think
of some way to let the sailors on
the ships be warned about the cliffs
even on the darkest nights. They
hadn’t thought about the lighthouse
vet. They thought of another way.”





Rupert, Hey at the ain

lamb, hey’re not playing,
he thinks. ey! te in too much
of a hurry, 1 believe. something
has frightened them.” And he
calls out. ‘* Don't stop us," cries
one lamb as ut leaps pas.

** There’s a queer fierce creature



FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952




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with JAMES HAYTER * MICHAEL HORDERN
DIANA WYNYARD
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Directed by Gordon Parry
Screenplay by Noe! Langley

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Rupert’s Spring dial



ADVOCATE



new a Lot

The Gull told Knarf about the
lighthouse.

Knarf and Hanid both asked Jack
about this.

“They thought,” answered Jack,
“of building big bonfires along the
edge of the cliff It was a very good
idea. Grandfather said that on dark
nights the bonfires could be seen
quite far out at sea, and that many
a ship steered quickly away when
it saw them. But the bonfires were
not easy to keep burning especially
when the heavy rain fell. And when
it was foggy, the light of the fires
could hardly been seen at all from

ship until it was almost too late.

The Lighthouse

“And then finally they thought of
the lighthouse. It was the best idea
of all; the very, very best. No matter
how hard the rain fell, the light in
the lighthouse still kept shining.
And it was so strong and so bright
and so sharp that it even shone
through the fog,

“Since that lighthouse was built,”
Jack said as he shook out his wings
and got ready to fly off again, “no
more ships have run on the cliffs.
There haven’t been any shipwrecks.
No sailors have been drowned. And
all the people whose brothers and
fathers are sailors have no more
fears. And the little old man who
takes care of the light is the hap-
Diest man of all,”

behind us.” ‘* Yes, nasty fiery
creature,” says another, Rupert
starts forward to the top of the
slope. There is nothing following
the lambs, but from the middle ot
a bush there appears another thin
coil of smoke. “It's the dragon!"
he gasps.



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AUGUST 15,

1952



30,000. Million Tons Of Oil Await Extraction vst

No Outs Dares Exploit —
World’s Biggest Oilfield

(By FREDERICK ELLIS)

LONDON, August 5.

FLANKING THE BANKS of the River Athabasca,
Alberta, Canada, is the world’s biggest oilfield.

No oil comes from it.

No oil is likely to come out

of it for years. For the world’s oilmen, renowned for
taking gigantic risks, are seared by what they call Can-

ada’s “wonder sands”.

The oil is in 30,000 square miles of isolated territory.
Its nearest civilisation is the tiny township of MgMurray,
300 miles north of the Alberta oil capital Edmonton.

The area contains & conserva-
tively estimated 30,000 million
tons of oil, equal to 60 times the
current world oil output. At
today’s prices the oil is estimated
to be worth £200,000 million.

Despite these dazzling riches
not one of the world’s oil giants
has the nerve to plunge on the
wonder sands, known to them as
the Athabasca tar sands. At best
they look at them.

For this is no ordinary oilfield.
Oilwells are no use. It will have
to be dug out — either by open-
cast mining or deep mining — as
for coal,

The 30, 000 square miles is made
up of an oil-saturated, sandy sub-
stanee known to the oil-men as
bitumen, or pitch. The oil has
to be extracted from the bitumen,
which holds between 12 to 15 per
cent. oil.

That is the snag. Either the
bitumen, or if the extraction plant
was on the spot, the oil, would
have to travel hundreds of miles
over rough, uninhabited country
to reach the markéts

That — and the cost.

The Albertan Government, ever
anxious to boost its oil riches, has
had the wonder sands forked over
by a team of world oil experts,
including some from Anglo-
Iranian.

ey proved that it is practi-
cable to get the oil out of the
sands. But the cost terrified the
oil industry, to. whom spending
the odd million or so is petty cash.

And no wonder, for the experts
tentatively figured it would cost
at least £15,000,000 to buy the
plant needed to squeeze slightly
less than 1,000,000 tons of oil a
year from the ‘bitumen,

Other experts estimate that to
open up on a large enough scale
to make it an economic proposi-
tion the cost would be nearer
£35,000,000,

The oilmen call their business
“The Oil Play.” Anybody can
enter the Athabasca game.

For the Albertan Government
has already drawn up the rules :—

You pay the Government a fee
of £86 for a prospecting permit
on 50,000 acres, plus 4d. an acre
rent at the start.

Then to ensure that you really
mean oil business, a deposit of
£17,240 must be lodged with the
Government.

So far the Albertans have, the
oil, but no one has asked them to

play.



Record Grain
Shipments Through

Vancouver

VANCOUVER, B.C.

Grain shipments through. the
port of Vancouver for the crop
year ended July 31 broke all
previous records, ;

Merchants’ exchange officials
said, this year’s total was close
to 100,000,000 bushels, almost
twiee as much as the record of
§8.000,000 last season.

The United Kingdom and
Europe received the largest
amount, nearly half, with the rest
going to the Orient, Central
America, South America and
other countries

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Hampstead
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From C’weatth

LONDON

Hampstead organisations may
“adopt” Commonwealth students
living in the borough. The pro-
posals, to be considered at the end
ot September by the Stand-
ing Committee of Voluntary
Societies, has been made by
12 Hampstead church, welfare
and social ‘workers. They are
members of a working party set
up in Februafy under the aus-
pices of the British Council to
study local needs of the students.

The proposal is contained in a
five report arising out of the
recent Hampstead Week for Com-
monwealth Students, when 64 of

them—including studen’ from
the colonies—were enterta by
the borough council and local
societies,

Discussing methods of “adop-
tion”, the working party says that
students should be introduced to
members of the adopting society
helped to join the clubs in which
they are interested; shown Hamp-
stead’s amenities and advised on
any problems they may encounter.
It suggests too, that organisations,
particularly youth ciubs, invite
some of the students to address
them on life in the Common-
wealth countries.

Says the report “On arrival in
this country, Colonial student in
particular is bewildered by the
size of London and the complexity
of life in a modern city. Like a
new boy at school he longs to feel
that he belongs to this strange
new community but fear of re-
buff increases the shyness natural
to a stranger.”

The working party feels that
“the typical British attitude of
live and let live” is mistaken for
indifference or even hostility. And
it urges that the public should
go out of their way to make over-
seas students feel welcome in the
church, club or in the casual en-
counters of daily life., “A friendly
work in a bus of shopping queue
can mean aq: great deal’.

The report also proposes the
formation of a permanent body to
act as a liaison between the British
Council and local organisation.



Meat Cutters May
Join In Strike

CHICAGO, Aug, 14.
The meat packing industry
slowed down as hit and miss
strikes hit plants across the coun-
try and contract negotiations col-
lapsed in Chicago. The officials
of the CIO United Packinghouse
Workers said that they would
meet today with Armour and Com-
pany and Wilson after all day
sessions with Swift and Wilson
yesterday failed to produce any
agreement. The rival AFL Amal-
gamated Meat Cutters hinted that
they might join the sporadic walk-

outs this weekend, ur
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Fishermen’s Co-operatives

Thriving

In U.S.A.

As the farmers’ co-operative movement reaches a peak
in the United States, a new kind of co-operative is gaining

stature.

It is made up of fishermen.
these harvesters of the sea are following

Knowingly or not
the lead of

American farmers in banding themselves into co-operative
associations for improved and more profitable production
and marketing of their product.

Today, 70 fishermen's co-oper.-
tives along the Atlantic and
Pacific coasts, the Gulf of Mexico,
and the Great Lakes, handle more
than 1,000,000,000 pounds of fish
a year. This is one-fifth of the
Nation’ s annual catch.

“A few years ago fisnermen’s
co-operatives were few. But be-

use fishing is a hazardous and
laborious business — and to-day
a highly competitive one—thous-
ands of fishermen see the need
for them. Co-operatives can help
solve such problems as reducing
the fisherman’s overhead by group
purchases of equipment and by
finding outlets for his product.

Most fishermen’s co-operatives
are marketing agencies; they sell
fish and shell fish, Many also buy
the fisherman’s supplies — nets,
ropes: fuel and boat gear, just as
farmers’ co-operatives help re-
duce farming costs by buying
feed, seed, fertilizer, and farm
machinery for their members.

Fishery co-operatives have gone
well beyond the rudimentary
stage of simply: selling fresh fish.
An @kample of their progress is
the Twin City Fishermen’s Co-
operative Association, The asso-
ciation’s docks and facilities are
in Morgan City, Louisiana, and
Port Isabel, Texas, on the coast
of the Gulf of Mexico. This six-
year-old co-operative has two
modern plants that processed
3,000,000 if shrimp in
1951. Its freezing equipment can
handle 30,000 pounds of shrimp
daily. Because of the high quality
and steadiness of its source of
supply, the co-operative’s shrimp
output has been much in demand
througheut the United States.

$60,000 Plant

In 1947 a group of 70 iisher+
men in the s.
Point Judi
came interested in a co-operative
business because their markets
were uncertain. They formed the
Point ‘Judith Fishermen's Co-
operative Association, bought col-
lectively a $60,000 plant, and
within a few weeks were doing
$60,000 to $80,000 worth of busi-
ness a month. At this plant fish ;
ate sorted, boxed in ice, and put

co-operative-owned trucks for
i ment to city markets in the
northeast region. Recently mem-
bers had a freezer installed and
the comparative has started to
handle a large volume of frozen
fish produnts for distant markets.

Co-operative. activities are not
limited to buying supplies and
marketing fish. Fishermen have
set up three marine wisurance co-
operatives to protect themselves
financially against loss of life and
business losses, In addition, the
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loans to
equipment.
Leaders of the fishery co-opera-
tive movement are working t
federate nationally. Such a union
would provide many additional
benefits for fishermen. A national
federation can better keep
touch with U.S, legislation affect-
ing fishermen, can operate as a
central point in supplying infor-
mation to local associations, and

purchase new fishing

can promote nation-wide sales of guian

co-operative fish pr oducts.

The fishermen’s co-operative
movement is going ahead s0
rapidly that in a short time it may
be common practice for the U.S.
fisherman to borrow from his co-
operative credit union to buy or
build and outfit his boat, to in-
sure his boat with a co-operative
insurance policy, sell his catch to
his aw erative agency, and

market his product through his
local association with national dis-
tribution facilities.



Successors To
B.G. Governor

LONDON, Aug.
Two names are being men-
tioned as possible successors to
Sir Charles Woolley, Governor of
British Guiana, who will be leav.-

ing there in August on leave
pending retirement. They are
Sir Andrew Wright, Governor of
Cyprus, and Sir Robert Arundel,
Governor of the Windward
Islands.

—LE:S.

NO QUORUM AT CH. CH.
VESTRY MEETING

There was no meeting of the
Christ Church Vestry which was
scheduled to take place yesterday
due to the lack of a quorum
- Members present were:
H, A. Talma, Churechwarden, !
Cc. B. Brandford, Mr. F.,
Goddard, M.C.P., Mr. J. E.Welster,
Mr. H. St.G. Ward, Mr. G, C.
Ward, Mr. C. S. McKenzie and
Mr. C. Ifill,

DUTCH SEAMAN LEAVES
AFTER OPERATION

Dirk Snass, a Dutch seaman
from the SS. -Schie, left for
Amsterdam via Plymouth yester-
day morning in the M.V. Willem-
stad after undergoing an operation
for appendicitis at the Barbados
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rye Yr .
Trade Unions

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Aug. 8.

To decide the claims of three
Jamaican trade unions for affilia-
tion with the International Con-
federation of Trade Unions, a
delegation from the Brussels
headquarters of this international
Organisation is visiting Jamaica
within the next few weeks,

The three ynions which have
applied for afiliation with the
LC.F.T.U, .are the T.U.C.,
recently proscribed by the P.N.P.
for Communist activities, the
N.L.C, a splinter T.U.C. union,
and the N.W.U.. formed by the
P.N.P. following the break with}
the T.U.C. }

Mr, Norman Manley’s recent\
visit to Barbados for talks with !

r. Grantley Adams, President of
jee Barbados Workers’ Union,
was connected with this matter.
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Friday, August 15 1952

Tourist Advertising

THE need for a co-ordinated advertising
policy to publicise Barbados overseas is
gradually being recognised by individual
agencies engaged in promoting the tourist
traffic of the island.

This need has arisen from the increase
in the number of agencies which are
actively concerned, in their own interests,
with the promotion of tourists travel in the
Caribbean.

The Barbados Publicity Committee for
instance exists to publicise the attractions
of Barbados as a tourist resort and 75% of
its revenue is expended in publicity and
advertising.

But the Barbados Publicity Committee is
not the only agency concerned with pro-
moting the tourist industry of Barbados.
All the airline companies operating in the
region especially British Overseas Airways,
Trans-Canada, Pan American and British
West Indian Airways advertise Barbados
at no expense to the island.

British West Indian Airways has an
especial interest in the promotion of the
tourist industry throughout the Caribbean
and in the years 1950-51 spent $90,000 in
North America advertising chiefly Jamaica
and Barbados. Today Barbados still re-
ceives publicity in B.O.A.C’s advertising
campaign in North America.

In Venezuela, British West Indian Air-
ways spends $2,000 monthly on press and
radio advertising. Barbados has been
mentioned in two-thirds of these insertions
during the past two years. These advertise-
ments appear in the best Venezuelan news-
papers and in the English language
Caracas Journal,
Indian Airways has been advertising Bar-
bados as a family seaside resort for Vene-
zuelans and much of the Venezuelan tour-
ist traffic in recent months has been drawn
from the family type of tourists.

So anxious. is British West Indian Air-
ways to promote vacation traffic from
Venezuela to the British Caribbean and
especially to Barbados that a salesman: is
employed there at a salary of approximate-
ly $500 a month.

Recently British West Indian Airways
have been turning their attention to the
promotion of tourist traffic between Puerto
Rico and Barbados and a sales represent-
ative has been stationed there. They have
also taken the initiative to advertise Bar-
bados in the leading Puerto Rican news-
paper and have secured the co-operation
of the Barbados Publicity Committee for
this purpose. British West Indian Air-
ways is spending $600 monthly this year
on press and radio advertising in Puerto
Rico and Barbados is receiving the lion’s
share of this publicity.

The present arrangement for package

tours to Barbados which are effective until
November were introduced by British West
Indian Airways.
\ The ten leading agents in Puerto Rico
have standing invitations to travel to Barba-
dos by British West Indian Airways at any
time.

British Overseas Airways Corporation
the parent company of British West India
Airways spends approximately one third
of its North American advertising on the
Caribbean and Barbados enjoys some of
this free publicity.

Barbados has shown little appreciation
of the huge debt it owes to British West
Indian Airways, but it could never have
known the advertising value of the air-
lines unless the facts mentioned above were
made public. Now that they have been
made public by request (and not because
West Indian Airways is seeking to public-
ise its contribution to the development of
the tourist industry) there will undoubted-
ly be a revision of ideas in many fields of
tourist endeavour.

The approach to the tourist industry of
Barbados is inevitably an amateur ap-
proach in an island where the advantages

_of the tourist industry are still only’ ap-
preciated by a relatively small number of
persons. }

Unfortunately too, it is a divided ap-
proach and the recent formation of the
Barbados Hotel Association has emphasised
the breach which exists between some
proprietors of hotels, guest houses and
clubs in Barbados. ;

Most of the old established hotels con-
tinue to operate without the assistance of
the hotel association and the membership
of the hotel association does not yet permit
of the employment of a paid official who
would be available to carry out a policy
defined by the association and to investigate
complaints or give advice on problems
arising out of the tourist trade. Mean-
while the Barbados Publicity Committee
is compelled because of the very limited
revenue it receives in comparison with the
value of the tourist industry of the island
-to control its activities at a time when they
ought to be expanded.

The time has come for a re-orientation of
the activities which are concurrently
taking place to promote the tourist in-
dustry of Barbados.

Valuable and appreciated as must be the
advertising expenditure of British West
Indian Airways, British Overseas Airways,
Trans-Canada and other airlines to pro-
mote travel to Barbados: efficient and en-
thusiastic as is the Barbados Publicity
Committee: eager and earnest as is the
Barbados Hotel Association: experienced
and full of knowledge as are the hotel
and club proprietors operating independ-
ently: they cannot without full co-operation
benefit the tourist industry of Barbados to
the extent that it might be benefited.

The friction and overlapping which now
exist in the industry may be symptomatic
of a change of outlook and may be ad-
vantageous ultimately to the island. But
‘unless an early attempt is made to co-
ordinate and wherever possible ecouomise
in effort or expenditure some of the pro-

re recent years may be lost

Recently British West



BARBADOS



‘THE Blackfish Industry of St

Vincent was established some
30 years ago, and owes its incep-
tion to the whaling tradition of
Beqguia, en the one hand, and t&
local porpoise fishing on the other
Indeed “Blackfish” itself is almost
a compromise. Commonly known
as the Pilot Whale Globecephalus
Melas, it has been described by
Dr. H. H. Brown as “a small
species of whale rather larger
than a porpoise from 12 to 20 feet
in length,”

It is hunted for meat and blub-
ber. The former is salted, dricd
ind sold for human consumption.
Some of the blubber is used locally
for cooking fat; the remainder 1s
sold for medicinal purposes or ex-
ported to Barbados or Trinidad,

Carcase weights vary enormous-
ly. Large bulls may weigh over
12 or 15 cwt. and yield over 25
gallons of oil. Small calves weign
a mere 100 Ibs, and have no oi!
‘ontent worth while. During the
ceriod July 1—December 3!, 1951,
66 fish of varying size were taken.
These yielded 622 gallons of oil
and some 20,000 lbs, of fresh meat.

Very little is known of the life
history and migrations of these
fish. They are seen in many parts

of the wo but as visitors at
irregulap ervals and not as
resident he local industry of
Barrouallié must have been en-

couraged by the presence of Black-
fish on most days of the year.

Gauging Belief

The belief in the regular pres-
ence of Blackfish may be gauged
from the fact that from a total of
182 days (including Sundays anc
holidays), 638 hunting excursions
took place in 135 days. Of» these,
600 were unsuccessful, and from
the total of 135 days, 66 fish were
caught on 22 days only, the distri-
bution being as follows: July 24,
5; July 26, 4; October 24, 12,
November 23, 9. The remainder
were taken in catches of 3 or less
throughout the remaining 18 suc-
ecssful days. The overall picture
is, therefore, as follows. 638 trips
were made on 135 days. 38 trips
were successful on 22 days only
and landed 66 fish. Of these 30
were caught in four days. Ref-
erence to previous records and to
the fishermen proved this situation
normal. '

Hunting Technique

The technique of hunting. is
very simple. A 23’ whale boat. is
manned by a captain, harpooner
and 4 oarsmen. Propulsion is by
main sail and jib until the boat 1s
manoeuvred among a shoal of fish
when oars are used in addition.
Hunting equipment consists of
hend harpoons, lances, and line,
and the successful harpooner is
ore who can either apick br a
befare it dives or judge the spo
at Beet tt will reappear.

- On, most occasions, the struggle
between man and fish was fairly

matehed, t of the fish were
beat shy, af ‘it was usually an
experien calf or an over-
iwxious or Weakened cow which

failed to keep out of danger. ‘The
records for the 6 months were: 12
Bills, 34 Cows, 20 Calves. The
vapture of one fish usually made
for further success. Curiosity, ¢
gr®garious nature, or mating in-
stinets make the harpooned fish

SOS . Take Us



ava Blackiish Hunting Off

$i. Vincent |

By RS. RACK,

Fisheries Adviser to the Gov-
ernor of the Windward Islands



source of interest to others, As
lia@rpooner put it: “We cater
babee den mudder, den fader”

But all too often they caught none,
and for many weeks an occasionai
one or two.

On October 24 the situation
changed. In place of the two or
three small shoals, a large.mass of
fish came along the coast. Their
behaviour wrs very different from
those previlusly seen. Whereas
they had behaved curiously like a
herd of cattle scattering before ‘an
intruder but re-fcrming to pursue
a somewhat aimless course these
were in more regular formation,
moved in a way which suggested
purpose, and, above all, were "6.
boat shy. Indeed their formation
was so close and their moyemait
so regular that harpoon cc. id
miss one fish yet find another. Tne
fish were encountered in the late

f cracon (3.30 p.m.); before dark
12 were taken, but although six
boats put to sea the following day
and nine the day afdqr no more

fish of this type wire seen, Tau
shoal had passed. Similar fish
were nct re-encountty unatia
November 23 when inine were
‘aught. in
This, then, was the explanation
or the marked variation in lsnd-
ings. Usually one, two or three

at best are caught, but at intervals
strange fish appear and alr
every boat can take all it
handle, The men recognise the
difference, and call these the
“tame” fish in distinction to those
regularly encountered, which are
difficult to catch and, therefore,
“wild.”



Fair Indication

The definition is perhaps naive
but it is a very fair indication of
the behaviour as judged by the
hunter. Amend the terms. to
“migrant” and “resident”, and the
picture may be a little clearer:
migrant and unsophisticated, resi-
dent and overhinted, Only a
scientifically conducted survey or
the systematic marking of these
fish would provide demonstrable
proof,

So far as other s@€as are con-
cerned, the latter behaviour woul
be consistent with what is already
known. They are irregular visitors
uff the Faroe Islands, off the coast
of North America and elsewhere

As might be expected, economics
uf the industry have been adapted
to meet the high percentage of
foifures, and few men depend on
it for a complete livelihood.

Part-Time Aspect

The boats are nearly all owneu
bys men with other commercial
inierests. They are loaned on a
share basis to small groups who
have time on their hands and are
looking for either a day’s work
(with a speculative risk of earning
nothing) or a day’s sport (with a
chance of reward), The harpooners
and captains may have some
slight retainer, but very little
money passes, until a fish is caught
and sold, Then a member of a

ADVOCATE

lucky crew amay make $4 for his |
day with at.

Boat engines would be an ad-
vantage in getting the boats to sea,
towing fish home and moving in
searcn of shoals. During the hunt
‘heir value has yet.to be proved.
in my one experience with an out-
board motor the fish seemed
opprehensive of the propeller.

Light harpoon guns might help,
and experiments will shortly be
made with the heaviest shoulder
fun which is available. Mounted
guns have proved to be too slow.

The use of “larger boats taking
longer trips to sea” has been advo-



eated by some fishermen. One
launch has already been tried as
a commercial undertaking which
was abandoned through recurring
loss. In fact the overhead costs
were far greater than the gross
value of the fish caught.

If more fish can be taken more
iegularly, the situation will
change. Until then, it is a kind of
big sport fish hunting which brings
a very modest return to the boat
owner and provides a gamble with
tortune for various members of a
group of men who have time to
offer. Serious capital expendityr:

launches would be highly
peculative,

The meat is salted and dried, It
is then sold throughout the Island,
und is a cheap form of protein
focd, Colloquially known = as
‘Island Bacon”, it has the ad-
vantage of replacing salt fish as a
preserved food, Supplies have
1ever yet exceeded demand. The
12 fish taken on October 24 were
sliced, salted and dried before
October 26. All were sold.

An alternative outlet could be



used as fresh meat. To this end,
the lungs should be inflated at sea
and the guts removed, leaving the
body cavity open to the cool
water, The meat should be sold
or transferred to cold storage im-
‘nediately.

At preseni the blubber is cooked
an pans over wood fires, and when
care is exercised quite a good oil
can be prepared in this way.

To secure the best results, the
oil should be made from fresh
blubber, and one man given the
task of oil extraction. At the
moment, this is somewhat imprac-
ticable. Each crew wishes to boil
its own oil which it holds as a cash
reserve for conversion by barter in
due course.

The normal commercial ‘con-
cainer for oil is the 50 gallon oil
drum, so that export shipments of
oil in these drums may represent
the offerings of several individyal
tishermen.

Obvious Answer

Because of this, qualities are
continually varying and markets
tiave expressed dissatisfaction, ‘1 ne
ubvious answer would seem to be
the Fishermen's Association, ready
to purehuse Oil or blubber and to
share the proceeds equitably. But
u'though willingness to help to
this end is, I think, a legitimate
and reasonable function of the
Government, some desire for co-
eperation should exist among the
men, And at* Barrouallie that
time is not yet. We are, however,
oping to strengthen the Fisher-
men’s Association, and this par-
tcular problem may disappear in
a general readjustment.

—L.E.S.

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Off. Say The

Last 24 —WVet The Rent Is
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WICKSTEED OF THE ISLES

SOAY,

Off Skye in the Hebrides.

SO far Wicksteed’s weekly tow
of the isles has taken you to nice
islands, islands that people like.
his one is quite different.

Here ig a dying island, and the
24 survivors—all that are left of
a once busy community of 150—
have implored the Government to
take them away from its barren
, misty shores and settle them some-
, where else.

Gale-Swept

SOAY is shaped like a pair of
cuff links three miles across and
joined together in the middle. At
\the nearest point it is only a

nile from the coast of Skye, but
| that mile of ‘wa@ter—gale-swept
in winter and frequently fog-
bound in summer—is an evil spirit
that dominates the islanders’ lives,

I come here Hy motor-boat from
Mallaig, 18 miles away. The swirl-
ing mist threw everything out of
proportion, Rocky islets looked like
mountains, and the seagulls. sit-
ting on them like rows of whiie
houses.

When we felt our way into the
liitle bay that the ivlanders use
as a harbour the mist would lift
‘for a moment and reve’l a cot-
jtage with the washing hanging
limp and dejected from the line.
'In the eerie, deceptive light ihe
garments looked like the clothes
of some race of giants,

No Living Here

OUR shouts brought out Neil
Campbell, one of the eight, or so
able-bodied men left on the island
and he rowed me ashore in
much-painted dinghy.

Neil, who is sad-eyed and mid-
dle-aged, speaks Gaelic like a!
‘these people of the mist, and
when he uses English it is in the
deliberate way of a man
lating as he goes.

“Aye,” he gaid “we'll all be
glad to go. Thete’s no living here
let all. The ldbsters are finished.
'Sixty creels we put down yester-
‘day and this morning only two
, lobsters in the lot. You canna live
on that.”

trans-

>

Through the dripping mist T
igroped my way to the nearest
cottage and knocked on the door,
'‘A tall, bald-headed man in sea-
boots and sweater bade me into
the parlour, and troduced me t
vhis wife, who alse wore seal

In Which Bernard Wicksteed tells
how he has spent a week sur-
rounded by water, this time on
Soay, the Scottish Island which
a girl from London bought just
because she wanted somewhere
to live.

_—_—_—_—_——_—

He was Sandy Campbell, and his
wife, who is from Skye, used 10
be a school teacher, But now there
is no school. The classroom is
locked up, and two bachelors live
in the teacher’s quarters.

There are only two children on
Soay now, One of them, Norman

MacDonald, is five and a_ haif
and the other is three. Twenty
years ago the school had 16
pupils.

Beautiful But - - -

SANDY used to be a sailor, and
was torpedoed in World War I.
The wooden, walls of his neat
parlour are hung with his medals
and the pictures of forgotten
ships.

“Aye,” he said “it is a beauti-
fu. place here when the sun shines,
but a man canna live on beauty.
We canna grow anything but a
few potatoes, and al) the soil for
them must be carried on the back
and laid on the rocks,

“There isna qa wheel-barrow on
the island, for there is nowhere
level enough to wheel it.”

His wife, keen and intelligent-
looking in spite of the isolation,

said: “The young people willna
stay here, and who can blame
them for that? They go away
for experience, and when they

come back they miss the worldly
pleasures of the flésh.”

There are cer'ainly few world-
ly pleasures on Soay. The island-
ers belong to the “Wee Free” sect,
and on Sundays they put on their
best clothes and stay at home.
Visiting on the Sabbath is a sin.
They will not even listen in to the
weather forecast.

Soay was first inhabited about
150 years ago by crofters from
Skye, who had been turned out
by their chiefs to make way for
sheep.



Sandy’s wife told me that the
first man to colonise the island
let his fire go out by accident and
swam across the sound to Skye
for a light In these. days of
matches sion nd rations. de-

th





livered om the mainland

t year?

Out Of Business

FOR a while the community
flourished. They owned a fleet of
fine schooners and were the
carriers for the islands around,
but steam drove them out of
business. Then they quarried the
local rock, and several streets in
Liverpool were paved with their
stone 50 years ago. That industry
died out, too.

In the 1930’s they were twice }
nearly starved out when gales cut
them off for weeks. Then in 1937
they got their greatest fright when
46 out of 51 went down with flu
and they could hardly man a
boat. After an epic journey a
doctor and a nurse reached the
island with medicines and com-
forts,

The islanders pay only £1
year in rent, and there is un-
limited fuel for the taking in the
peat bogs. They also have a radio
telephone now.

a

Lost Boat

AGAINST this they must pay
3s. lld. a parcel for the delivery
of their rations, and fuel for their
lebster boats costs nearly double
the mainland price,

They had a boat with which
they used to fetch the rations
from Mallaig, but one night it
caught fire and they lost it.

This autumn at least two more
families are moving to the main-
land of their own accerd. This
will leave only 18 people, four of
them old-age pensioners,

Recently the island was sold
for a few hundred pounds to Mrs.
Jan Geddes an English girl who
used to be a secretary at Ealing
Studios. She is married to a shark
fisherman at MatYaig, and she told
me she bought the island for the
sake of an empty house that goes
with it.

Houses To Let

TO the people of the mist who
had béén hoping for a millionaire
this was the limit,

They called a meeting of all the
islanders over 21 and signed a
petition asking fo be moved away,
as were the people of St. Kilda’
before the war.

Would you care for one of their
empty houses at a rent of £1 a

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ister of the College Church, Glasgow, look-! ADVOCATE “STATIONERY
ed down on his new-born son he must have, ped
felt sure, as all fathers do, that the Almighty
had mapped out a fine and glowing career
for the infant child. 1FyuTs
But could he have visualised, this ‘stern e
Presbyterian minister, that the child who
had been baptised John Charles Walsham , ’
Reith would one day be the first Baron Reith ’
of Stonehaven? And that in Who’s Who it YOULL NEED
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DAZZLING CAREER a etme Again
Dazzling indeed has been the career of and a Galvanise
Lord Reith, the son of the Manse. t 1aES VOpper
Throughout the years he has flitted, like a Galvanise Water Heads,
gaunt crow, from post to post and basked in Down Pipes and Eave Gutters.
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Almost without a break since 1922 this
dour figure has been engaged in public ser-|
vice,

Has he been a success?

Always, always when he takes on a new
job he gives the impression of being about
to do great things. He exudes a confidence
which is so unctuously righteous that it
seems heresy to question its soundness.

Seldom, seldom, alas, does his performance
match up to his promise.

It was thus during the war years when, in
rapid succession, he became Minister of In-
formation, Minister of Transport, and Minis-
ter of Works.

He was a striking and splendid figure in
all three jobs. A success in none,

‘MAGIC’ TOUCH

Yet even when he was sacked and joined
the Navy there was still something magical
about the man. He carried his lieut.-com-
mander’s stripes with the dignity and bear-
ing of an Admiral of the Fleet.

The adinirers of Lord Reith—and he has
many besides himself—have never faltered
in their faith.

They dismiss each of his failures as being
due to bad luck. As proof of his inherent
brilliance, they point with pride to the mag-
nificent success he had when he was pre-
war boss of the B.B.C.

Lord Reith ran that organisation as if it
were a Lord’s Day Observance Society. He
did not care overmuch what sort of pro-
grammes the public wanted. He knew the
sort of programmes Lord Reith thought they
should get.

He was rigid. He was unrelenting. Yet
throughout it all he secured for himself pub-
lic esteem in immense measure.

But it is not the jobs which Lord Reith has
held in the past which should now concern
the nation. It is the office he occupies at the
moment—the chairmanship of the Colonial
Development Corporation.

Those who believe in the Empire appreci-
ate that this is one of the most important
jobs a man can hold. Even those who do not
believe in the Empire will not attempt to
underwrite its significance.

For whether the Empire may or may not
mean something to the British taxpayer,
money certainly does. And in the 53 under-
takings of the Colonial Development Corpo-
ration there are many millions of public
money invested.

When Lord Reith was appointed £5,000-
a-year chief of these 53 undertakings two
years ago, he and his admirers were sure, as
usual, that he would make a brilliant success
of his new post.

And on this occasion it seerned just possi-
ble that they might be right.

HIS SACRIFICE

Two points were in Lord Reith’s favour :

1, The man whom he was succeeding—
Lord Trefgarne—had been such a dismal
failure that it would have been difficult even
for Reith, in comparison, to have seemed
more inefficient.

2. It appeared that Lord Reith really had
his heart in his new job, that he was a sin-
cere and passionate believer in Imperial de.
velopment.

How could it be otherwise when, as he took
pains to make clear at the time, he was ac-
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That in appointing him the British Empire > ,
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Observe Lord Reith’s Colonial career tc em, 1\ oe. a “0- 70+ ‘Or ee % ~ ,
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







PAGE FIVE





Omnibus Company—Vestry Rates Hearing Adjourned

C. J. May Give Decision
In Yonkers Case To-Day



that he might suspect that every-
thing was not regular, but could
hot say what was the cause of the
tdregularity, let .alone giving a
judgment based on it.

Three More Thefts
Reported To Pslice

C4 For Violating

Q. C. Netball Team Returns —_Tdad Cricketers
Traffic Laws

Rites Gcéesafil Tour Intransit For

: ; His Lordship to find for the â„¢ - re Eric Prescod of Government Thieves netted $163.00 wort f

AFTER FURTHER EVIDENCE was taken yesterday Vestry would have to say add on z Fe ‘ Bermuda Pour fill was yesterday ordered by His -; ; antics Sink = fr tak ve x

in the Common Pleas suit in which the Yonkers Motor ong othe a month, but he could THE MEMBERS of the Queen’s College Netball Team Among the intransit passengers Worship Mr, H. A. Talma to pay hauls during the past two day
~ ° . ‘ not ao hat. - 5 - i r} 7 2 "J l'r ids resterday or oa . ASIST SES . 1 < P reac : > Setweoe a0 Ae

Omnibus Co. Ltd. are objecting to the rates laid upon them "“There would aiways be cases "Cturned trom their vietomous tour ” a pnt gary i arriving” by T.C.A. yesterday fame cera tag hes of the Between 4.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. cn

by the St. Michael’s Vestry for 1950-51, Counsel for each when the Court felt that someone morning by the M.V. Willemstad after an absence of three morning was a team of cricketers a the 12th, $75.00 was stolen from

party addressed the Court was lucky to get off, but no case weeks, from Trinidad, captained by Mr, ,.Preseod was found guilty of safe at the Barbados Dye Works.

His Lordship the Chief

had been proved against him

The girls won six of the seven games played.

Brunnell Jones, Sports

Reporter

failing to stop after an accident,

The money is the property of M

Justice (Sir Allan. Collymore) “gj “Guardian” en which charge he was fined £1, 7 ye : ;
: ; : B nce the Vestry h , ; : F “ ee an eae! of the “Guardian. » John Beckles owner of the Dye
said that he hopes to give his decision to-day at 10.30 a.m. that a profit had aah make oe The team comprised : Nell Hall (Capt.), Sylvia Yarde, “The ‘Trinidad cricketers were °"4 on another charge of dangerous Works

until when he has adjourned the case. petitioners had succeeded to the Marguerite Wood, Barbara Palmer, Rosita Hope, Pat invited by the. Somerset Cricket “ving, he was ordered to pay £3. The Police were also informed

The case began on Wednesday,





extent that the Vestry’s rating at



Browne, Yvonne Smith, Sybil Farnum and Glenda wayne.
















Club of Bermuda to play against

Both offence: were committed

by the Revd. E. Deane of Barba-









ma. } Case a profit could not be upheld, and the leading teams there. The ©" the 18th of May, 1952 rees Hill that thieves broke into
ye uae ———s on oe eee the CéOmpany was en- P li d a: Also arriving with the .eam tour will last for 20 days during his house and stole $54.00 in cash
ay a yesterday. is one 2: . ° itled to costs. Ba Mrs. BE. M. Wotton, Games which time they will be playing and a fount > ye 2
three in which Bus Companies ob- Sirens Replace Mr. Reece said they did not ap- once n l Mistress of Queen”’s College, her test matches. : ; ” oe d . N l 9 Lelmegn ‘40 om an ae eee
jected to the rates laid upon them i pear to know the nature of the Hasti Ri k little ean sex, Miss Monica Mar- Lady etson oes Ween machete ee ee
by the’ St. Michael Vestry, One Bells In Fire casa they were doing, The onus as ings ocks tineau, Assistant Mistress of , This is the first South Carib- ~ od es
has already been decided. In that, : . : of proof was upon the Company, 3 - Queen's College and Miss Pat Best, bean team to play in Bermuda Arrives loniorrow Harold Holder e. Howells Cros
His Lordship upset the rates laid E r, not upon the Vestry, andthe Com- The Police Band, under their Mrs. Wotton told the Advocate Since 1939. Negotiations are Road, St. Michael, reported the
by the Vestry anaiisr tha tatides ngines pany had’to come into Court and conductor, Captain C. E. Raison, tha: the : wiole wa, Underway and there is a possibil- ap .GNs “Tady Nelson” i oa CH A A Ce
= he Vestry against the National shaw thet ier had wet teen tated’ LB. A Ric M wit saaneeeee it the tour on t whole was ity that the team will stop at Bar The C.N.S. “Lady Nelson” is due loss of a turkey worth $9.00 from
us C pany, ¢ ae : ; ) Ce . +n eae oes v s ery successful and the girls ha 3 s Pe yibt Stop & ar- rive here fr re. s between 11 : ul noo
‘thie weaetosa wees, $401.32 oan The fire appliances and | properly. He was submittirg that their concerts at Hastings Rocks , \.... ferful trip. As far as the bades on their way back to play Vialifax, B ao dad Shedd on on Wed ate nd "on 29: ae
at $6,012 . Bs Steaks en 4 ia the car of the Fire Officer they had not even attempted to commencing to-night at 8 pm. © nae Cealtege ois weirs an three- day games as from Septem- # " a ee anc sermuda on nia arses smite f, on on the RPO
ieee ee a ORs Oe aes are now fitted with sirens to prove it, and therefore the rate (Friday 15th). The band plan to Coned eho Pthat they Kambing: CMe turday August 16. She will sail night between midnight and 5
Oe ‘ ad warn traftic of their approach | as laid by the Vestry remained give three weekly concerts in suc- |) |, ; cath cited hatha , the same night at,9 o'clock for. St. a.m., a goat worth $15.00 was also
The other Bus Company which when proceeding to a fire. . cession before arranging to play ‘ vel! ia much faster Mr. Tones expressed the hope \i2cent, Grenada, Trinidad and. stolen. The Police are investigat-
has objected against the rates, Hitherto, the fire waggons In their attempt to prove their every fortnight weather permit- et , and that Barbados will overlook the | itish Guiana, ing the respective reports
is the Progressive Bus Co. His were fitted with bells which case, the Company had produced ting. To-night’s programme will ‘ heir possibility of the rainy weather
Lordship said that whether or warned of their approach. books which were books from the be as follows: — Sucee’ thus making possible for Bar- a a piste retinitis
not he gives his decision to-day ee of the word, but which t ; : 5, = _the earlier matches, : their bados to see friendly intereolonial
in the case’ of the Yonkers Bus Seek 9 ane ee ee eve Q) soi Suter ae, rte | oo a oy oreren, jo Beg oe pe year os
“ a ge é - —_" is Across he latte ames . vere play - a S as al
ae, “ ae peoeea te rect, he corrected them, If oth®r pany. It was obvious that the and “El Capitan” Te eoues ed on wet heavy pitches, ‘ne vis- Aas ann (Captain). Councillor
gressive Bus Co. 18 of the Pro- corrections or writing over of report made by Mr, Cuke was (2) Concert Overture—“Morn- itors were handicapped a great B, Lalsingh, Deputy Mayor of
Mr.G nee : figures occurred, they were not worth nothing. The best of jobs ing, Noon, and Night” deal and did not seem able to ad- Port-of-Spain, Edward John
Mr. G. H. Adams, associated with his was not done : : :
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, instructed rw : ; as not done. —Suppe just themselves to the wet slip- (Joint Managers), R. Tang Choon,
by Messrs. Yearwood at Cross-examined, he said that it His ishi s ot i+ ene (3) Operatic Excerpts— pery grounds like the Trinidad- L. Butler, L, Knight, S, Asgarali,
y Messrs. z d & Boyce, puzzled him to think th there iis Lordship said that it was “Cc ” Bize ria a 7 ~ c
Solicitors, seared for the + Pree at there to be remembered that what Mr armen —Bizet ians who were more accustomed C, Sampath, J. Jackbir, B. Hard-
National ‘B a i ee : e pe should be additions of $100. It Cuke had done was oiGhe ae the (4) Selertion—‘The Belle of to sodden pitches. ing, R. Tronchin C. Skeete, O.
: oni us Company and ar® would have been more reasonable ~Y** | anne een tee i ean New York” —Kerker Demming, D. Ramsamooj, S, Guil-
appearing for the Yonkers. Mr. if they had ‘been
E. W. Barrow, instructed by the

(By request)

Mr. Reece repeated what he had (5) Valse—“Gold and Silver”

The shooters too, had to get ac-

customed to the heavier ball to

len, R. Legall.

L. Knight and R, Tronchin are



same. solicitors, are representing - Nothing Shown said, and continued to say that Mr. —Lehar gauge in their shots. The te only non-intercolonial layers

the Progressive Bus Co. Mr. Adams =i that his sub- Bohne, the Company's auditor, had (g) Intermezzo Triumphal— the whole pulled its ‘alae “ak along with Jones They will be
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., associa- mission was that nothing had been Tt Aite shown | the necessary “Cleopatra” —Manecinelli it was mainly due to their quick- guests of the Somerset Cricket

ted with Mr, J. S. B, Dear and shown, despite the alterati py *ense of responsibility. (7) Characterist}c—*Bells ess Minette aera le to ae CIN

Miss M. A. Reece, instructed by which th yh aoe t erations, DY His Lordship told Mr. Reece Across the Meadow” not Shale: aie af te aoe) to de. : |

Messrs, Carrington & Sealy, are which the, Court could be remote- that when he was finished with —Ketelbey Mrs CRIA, | ; |
sts, Ca ngton ealy, are ly guided as to whether the re- pijs harangue on Mr, Cuke and Mrs, Wotton said that the girls

representing the Vestry.

The Yonkers c'aim that they
were ass@ssed at $644.03 in respect
of a profit of $5,236; that they
ought not to have been assessed at

turns had been inaccurate, let
alone a finding that a_ profit had
been made, and what profit. His
Lordship would be undertaking

(8) Novelty Patrol—‘The
Cavalry of the Steppes”

—Knipper
(9) Ballad—
“T'll Walk Beside You”

Mr. Bohne he would like to know
how to handle the mistakes in the
books, as they went to show if
anything that the Company were

had not only gained experience on
the tour from the games point of
view, but also from the educa-
tional point,

House Damaged
By Fire

at the wildest guess in christendom showing that they made more —Murray Speaking of the hospitality of part of the roof of a board and!
that, and that the rates are in to try to arrive at such from than they actually did. Played in honour of the the Trinidadians, she said that shingled house 16 x 9 was damag-
other respects illegal, unequal, what had been divulged. Mr. Reece said he Had already composer, Major Alan ‘hey could not speak too ihighly eq by fire which broke out at
partial, oppressive and unjust. Mr. Bohne had done what was pointed out the legal position and Murray, Seaforth High- of it and added that they had more Scion alls UHindabure: Read:!
Previous to the case, the Yonk- required of him and what any His Lordship. said that he knew landers, who recently engagements than they could ful- abe + 4.50 o’cl “k = Wedhianday
ae wine _ objected to two normal aceountant would have the position — that bi onus of passed away in Nairn, Al ining” ee ee ee !
auditors the Vestry had sent in 5 ‘ ; . proof was not on the Vestry, but Scotland. 4 : be sea |
to inspect their books after they the Way. Bills’ pekicdically. oe on the Company, but how woula (10) Excerpts from— Among the places they visited . The house is the property of

were not satisfied with the returns

Whoever made the alterations

an increase in the Company’s South Pacific —Rodgers.

were the C



‘ib Beer Bottling Fac-

Aditha Alleyne who lives in it. The



. : ; 5 ‘ é 7 > sotry . “ at tory, the Sweet or Dns Fire Brigade turned out and put
s 5 > care ¢ » be- : fits effect the Vestry. F et Rag : wee Drink Factor & }
sent in After the care came be might have felt that the way bills eet Bache gala aa heats uae (11) Finale—“l2th Street at (Solo Beverages), the R Abo out the flames |
fore the Court, an agreement was as brought in to him seemed to , Mr: he iat th at 1 A Ge ar OT Shirt “Factory. Th - _ |
reached between the two parties be inaccurate, that the conduc- crease which then would be no Pediat. duraictia ce teh e oBtinidac |
that Messrs. Bovell & Skeete were tors had written down less than increase, was deducted, it would GOD SAVE THE QUEEN! Brick Making Factory, Trinidad

a suitable
books.

firm to inspect the

Figures Were Correct

they received.

His Lordship asked, “Why
everytime $100?”

Mr. Adams said that his submis-

be shown that the Company were
more or less bankrupt.

The figures in the books meant
nothing According to that,



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BRIGHT, CLEAN é-



Hon, H. A, Cuke of Messrs. sion was that four people might Money was taken out somewhere r * College of Tropical Agriculture missioner for India in the British
Bovell & Skeete who gave evi- put suggestions as ponte! em and some money was added to Show To Be. Giver and Mount St. Benedict. They also West Indies will broadcast an}
dence the first day of the case, planations, but that would get His make a better appearance. How aes ; made a trip by motor launch to Independence Day Message from
said that according to an ab- Lordship nowhere. His Lordship were they to tell what were the By British Council the Islands, Port-of-Spain at 5.30 pm, over,
stract book he had seen, the Tae guess as to the true ex- hogy Menara Ri uni ear Of the seven games played, they 3275 megacycles on the 49 metre |
CU iacnet GOUbe Macaew In the absence of the law laying bogus figures with th object of on ee es cee Pee Won all but the last which was band,

Director of the Company, in giv-
ing evidence on Friday, said in
cross-examination that from the
book produced which showed the







down what type of books a Com-
pany had to keep, in the absence
of the Law saying, “If you do not
keep your books in such a way,
it will be taken that if your bus

defeating the rates of St. Michael near the Married- Women’s Quar-

ters, Garrison, to-night, The films
are “Road Safety’, “East Africa”,
and “Preventing the Spread of

“Conscience Money”

His Learned friend had mads



played against the island in water
ankle deep.

Following are the results Queen's
College beat Tacarigua 16—8, QC.
beat Bishop Anstey High School







ansion=Polish



number of passengers who drove can hold 40 people and it made Disease.” The last film will be pre- 16—8, Q.C. beat S . oe fe
; ‘ _ ; ' mention of conscience ney be- » QC, beat St. Joseph's in

in -— vg enh 7 and ape ae Sie we will decide hay yOu ing panne in by ereeesional dana be ws oe by pot Ben vent (who are head eine _ FOR FLOORS. FURNITURE & LINOLEY
was kept for the Transport and made the maximum amount pos- th re ard. to! income-tax, and zibson, cting Chief Sanitary onlary School's League) 2l-— i Barbados _
Labour Departments, it was seen sible”, nothing could be done. The hak aah te oa Instance cf cone Inspector, St, Michael. @.C. beat Eton Clab ia. 10: OC mmm Agent: A & S Bryden & Sons Ltd, ——
that certain buses were not en- circumstances nly showed that science money, but it would seem beat Holy Name Convent 13-4: 4
tered, but this was accounted for the law ought to be altered. It that the Company's conscience Q.C. beat Bishop Anstey's High ‘2

by the fact that they were regular hole _ os instance of loop- pricked them quite a deal, pricked “Will tad” I School Old Girls 15—3,'Q.C. lost B U

break-downs of buses. pb A cia Gens a man would them 14 times in one month when enis Cal S to Trinidad 8—13.

Yesterday he said that some-
times the Transport book might
show that 900 passengers say,
drove in a bus one day when in
truth only about 500 may have
driven in it. This was because a
route might be divided into four
sections, and if passenger

get off if he was charged with
stealing a horse and it was proved
that it was in fact a mare, That
had been a loop-hole in the law.
They did not know the explana-
tion for the addition. As a matter
of fact, the addition meant that

they decided to put on $1,400 ex-
tra. It showed plainly that they
were taking out money by such
big sweeps that they afterwards
said, let us put back a little, tnis
is too bare-faced.

At Barbados

The Dutch M.V. Willemstad
arrived trom Trinidad via Grenada
yesterday morning with twenty-

> five passengers inc >
Then there were the Transport I e including the mem.



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a if anything, the Company would ; ee i : ¢ bers of the Queen’s College net | Chesterfield Bayley of Mount 5 i i
travelled through each section, be in a position of having to pay a aoe int bese “shes ball team and left later in the day Gay, St, Lucy, died at the General ee TO GET vo ; | DAI RYLEA
he would be registered four times, more rates, and the Vestry would ee teat nthe Fare Re. for Plymouth, ” Hospital on ‘Wednesday, exactly ey are real magic ||) said
though he was only one passenger. have gained by it. His Lordship We't. igi re" "Mtr. Jones had four weeks after he had been when it comes to | :
But this was written in the book could not say that he was satisfied Eover ai deans to eusthin that. if _The Willemstad which is con- admitted there suffering from ex- quality. CHEESE SPREAD hy
in which they recorded the fares that the alterations showed that coep, Win. daltedened, ansaniins Aiea Ske signed to Messrs, S. P. Musson, tensive burns), | ;

received, as one passenger.
He put in specimen way bilis



money was collected and not put
in, gr how much was collected and
therefore what the rate should be.

Son and Co., Ltd., also brought

would be written down in the s)9 bags of rice, dome Japanese

Fare Receipts Book, but that was

A post mortem examination was
arried out by Dr, K. M, B. Simon,

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illustratec ow > nu br 0: ; > Le ve ather ‘ veen fixed,

people travelling in a bus were wi age hy Se gy ti veink oe to 32, oe Rees ene Sa ae ine Oem vessel which left for Bayley received extensive burns «& co., LTD.

registered as the number of fares. one could say that they were try- ‘Therefore he was submitting the" we. Seas hours after its arrival when a gasoline drum exploded 20 Broad St. and | THE NAME GUARANTEES THE QUALITY
Cross-examined, he said that ing their best to cook their books that the books were the most/dis- 137 bags » live passengers and in the rear of a bus on which he Marine Garden

when added, the figures in the to show that smaller profits were honest set of books one could come ags of mail, was a passenger. vada Sti)

Fare Receipts Book for the third



being made than were actually

acrost, and the Court could not go!











of July showing the amount of made, but if they found that the by the books. So in their attempt | —
money each bus coliected, came books were kept in the ordinary to prove their case, the Company pet i

to $152.34, but the total was way, and that it would appear the had brought books by which the

written down as $252.34, an Company were making themselves Court could not go.

extra amount of $100. Such was Make more than they actually Mr, Adams said that there was YO

the case on other dates. When the were. what was to be done? no evidence to show how the






itl .-. Some Professional men, he was vestry arrived at their figures.
amounts for the various bus’s oak estry s I F
were added, they came to $100 told, paid income-tax for ery Mr, Reece said that it was with-
less than it was written that they TOS than it was shown they jn the Act that the Vestry could,
seine iehaeag A Ahad Sey e °Y got, because they felt that they jay their own rates if they were |
were, but all he could say as @ actually got more and they, were j6t satisfied with a CompanJ’s
possible explanation was that a trying to be fair, Perhaps in the returns, and it had to be presumed h
mistake had been made. In pase before them it was just that inat they had gone about the|
August and September there were the Company was trying to be laying of the rates on the right
also such irregularities in the honest and making certain al- basis

total written and the actual total. lowances. Trot

Not that he was giving up any

M U ST REALISE



Some were less than $100, but No Conviction of the arguments he had used, but CO I

most were $100. In Decemb2r §o in the absence of the law he would say that when it came R

there were 14 cccasions when the being other than it was, there to costs, whatever be His Lore WITH
totals for certain days showed could be no conviction, as it were. ship’s decision, as the Company :

$100 more than actual amounts It was seen that not only could a jad come to prove their case anc IS TO-DAY’S
came to. chariot and four be driven jn doing so had nct produced R ) ; bh,

The only explanation he could
think of was that there was a
mistake, but he was not the per-
son who kept the books.

Mr. E. H. Bohne, the Company
Auditer, used té see the books,
and signed them.

Mr. Bohne who gave evidence
the second day of hearing of the
case, wes recalled yesterday. -He
said that if totals were not cor-

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Vestry had done all that they were
required to do.

His Lorasnip said thut he hopes
to give his decision today, but if
he does not, the Court would still
proceed to hear the objections of
the Progressive Bus Co, The Court
is adjourned until 10.30 a.m.
today.



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PAGE SIX d BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952

Boussae’s Millions Millionaire Buys | GOVERNMENT NOTICE

CLASSIFIED ADS. |.Pamc save 7
A 16-hour-a-day man brings the business mind to the racing Vacation Village

stables . .. amd he finds it pays. ln Bahamas Broadcast Talk Prepared by the Director of Agriculture on





































































TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE
“BRIGHTWOOD”" situate on the seaside

FOR SALE | at St. Lawrence, Christ Church, stand-

















DIED | «me Hurricane W:
| —— Enon eae on of land. (From EVELYN IRONS) (From Our Own Correspondent) } a

- n— ee oes | drawing, dining and living room, garage PARIS. LONDON, Aug. 14. At fiv tes st eight Frid the 15th August, a

POCK Elizabeth Sashfield. The funer | | a ts” ith electric light . as Le A millionaire Deere e minutes pas 1 p.m, on ay, ’
Cottage, “Arth ae stk otnaae tani AUTOMOTIVE _ = | and ‘water " areughous., Inspection .~ AT THE Maisons-Laffitte racecourse, 12. miles north- witliam ee eee te | short broadeast talk prepared by the Director of Agriculture will be
evenifig tor St Leonapd's Church | CAR One Morcis «e " P) sedan per-| poposners bad ta ms between the west of Paris, poker-faced, clip moustached cotton mil- Chicago to-night that a syndica~) given over Rediffusion Service Limited on the subject of Hurricane

H ock, A. J ‘ock ect working order, Price $390.00. Ring} ‘ alee 1 rx ae . anil . es a ae 5 ras .* Se 3

: a s.s2-in|eme oF apes Memon” lower Ponge: | pie, Rove Wi be set up for sale, at lionaire, Marcel Boussac, France's biggest racehorse [on he was headin Las somes | Carries. 4
belle 15. 8.69--Bn_.| Rublic, Competition on. Mriday. the isth| owner, permittetl himself a smile of satisfaction Guuiands don ous cee Das 14.8.52,—2n.
CAR—One Wolselay 8 h.p, in perfect | *™
condition. Apply Eddie Gill C/o H
Jason Jones Garage 14.8.52—4n capes Niroer- 27.7.52—10n

IN MEMORIAM

————
GITTENS—In loving memory of Mabel



to be the leading two-year-oid & -———— ——— for 1,000 guests. |
1¢.8.59—4 in the land by winning the clas- 1° But Dunn refused to namé the SHIPPING NOTICES
sic Prix Robert Papin. Gir! Born members of the syndicate saying

This was the fifth year in suc- “certain top airlines and national



CAR—1938 Vauxhall in Good working The “BOWER”

order. New tyres. Contact Keith Ray- situate at the Gar-





























who d March 1934 and Arthur who | (7)... ; ie rison standing on four to five thousand
died cnt loos, oT pide. Dial ams 19.8 | #4 ft. of land, contains Galleny, 2 Bed- {cession that a Boussac horse had hate) operators are interested.”
Two shildren sent fiom Moaven apove | "CAR — “One Prefoct Ford 149 Model Ctnor Drawitg Room, Dining Room and twon the race. The colt was ridden b Butlin first opened his Vacation| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
—— nen ant inert Beet . first clam, tradition wake ney "ee. SO Oe SE ee et 16 8. 52—3n oni ‘aw Been -old Australian oar ane Village at the West End on el STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will ac-
To be my pride and earthly Joyg |); “3°? Sete wi é eo ockey ie mstone, who ad- Bahama Island in 1950, cept Cargo and Passengers for
Hut aie hhows best whe Sea sain | fS5°0r, “Cittenk” Hose, ae |" That desirable residence called “MAN-|mitted afterwards that it was NEW YORK , It was originally built primarily ; se - . wees 4 AE, mete
Bo hole is left to fll the gap |__| BALAN” ‘situate, in. Abbeville, Gerdens-Ietit! possible that he and Boussac senora Lidia Serpa BS, termerty {F Srmaim, Dunn sald, but “Beit jus STENTOR 2nd August, 1982 Priday 1th inst.
Rutiy Gittins: (nother), Ernest Leacoc’. |, TRUCKS-—“One, | todo, Dual Gear V-8) 5, 11,917 square feet of land. The hous: |might part company. enora Liga Serpa 29, formerly ish restrictions on the taking out 3 HERA 29th August, 1962.
(unele}, ~Plorence Leacock (gti - - So ee tae In | 4s built of stone and contains open of Puerto Kieo gave birth Unat- of funds prevented a successful COTTICA Gth September, 194 The M.V. “MONEKA”™ will ae~
nether), {Me Leacock Family U.S.A oe ore e “Stone Works Lodge Hil,| gallery, drawing and dining rooms. 3 55 Factories tended to a baby girl early today qperation.” . NESTOR 19th Septe: : nA cept Cargo and Passengers for
G4 15.8.52-1r |)" Michael, Dial 2656. Keith Rayside, oe 4 Ana ee In each, At the homely Maisons-Latlitve in the rest room of a Pan-Ameri- — 1g Selec ae wane waver 20d st Kitts ‘Sailing Peiaay
ae ere ys ; 4 " : itchen, toilet and bath. . one , i Sunes souk 8 =. v.S ESTAD 9th September, 1952 St. } ‘y
aE EERS = olen wil}:'be fae rae | Garage, 2 servants’ robms, storeroom] where mothers picnicked = wita Se flying here from San U. Ss Will N | -AILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO 22nd inst
FOR RENT VAN—10 H.P. Fordson Van —.| “"Several fruit trees. 7 wneir children in the paddock, “Senora Serpa who was feturn- o al rn }M.s. BONAIRE 25th August, 1952
ransport Board Test Gnd TAnunone | Inspection by appointment. Dial 3010. | soussac (usually seen in Engiana ing to her home. here and_he ; 3 S. STENTOR 5th September, 1952 \ B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
| ‘ew Battery and in perfect running| | The above a 7. set ap ie, es + morning coat and topper) Was qaighter, were reported to ee Wonder Drug 7 Pn eenres ieee > CURACAO ASSOCIATION (INC.)
2 ann elec ee eianmmaracetae 1 : ate 5 . | public competition at our office in Luca: ; i a. , : ° ss ugust, 1952. .
lectern eee Story 8. 52-6. | Street comida, 22nd August, 1952, ajuressed in grey flannels, grey jng fine at Saint Joseph’s hospital |ct.S. HERA 18th September, 1962 Consignee. Telephone No. 4047
| . HOUSES : ; oP. > aio a’ abax, striped tie and green fe:t hat. at Rockaway, Long: Island, ss who ., WASHINGTON, Aug 1é “1: |. oMinnsede ® dd. ato
| : ELECTRICAL Solicitors. Immediately the race was Over, they were taken after the plane United States Food and Drus : seat Ms .











7 ——_—__——.. ae 10.8.52-m.4ais private airplane took him to janded at Idlewild I gj 8dministration decided that the
. -t 1 eu a ; : ‘ c ntern 4 hat
A nice, large two-bedroom Apartm eS Deauville, wiere he is holidaying Airport at 2.18 aim, ational wonder drug Chloromycetin ig too

each with running water at Ventno CTRIC DRILLS—By Black & i 5 fas : c ¥ | ia ‘ E
1 sn his seaside villa. Passengers and crew members POWerful a weapon against disease tia ti al Si
Rarely does he appear at the were not aware of the child’s t@ be Shelved because it may on ana il a on ealms Ips













Christ Church. r. %4” Hole Gun, 3/8”., ”., 177, with SHARES s
2 Galicties, Reception or Sitting-room Stands DaCosta & Co Ltd 200 West india Biscuit Co, Limited
and all Gonveniences. Dial 4100 ul Dept 14.8.52—6r at $16.00 per share




























1h 8 62—2 Si ies dsl aA A cdiaaaialctaasieeosesdere m1 Wess indie Rum Refinery Limitec } casino, at gala dinners or other birth until they heard cries of a ®4 effects on some patients.

ee G.E.C,. REFRIGERATOR, 4 cubic ft ut $8.80 per share tank . spe! ost new-bor aby c . za The agency said it will permit

ROMB VILLA — Unfurnished in} first class condition, attractive bargain | 500 Sanitary Laundry Co., Limited at ee oe P He in oe mu es cnet n baby coming trom the candice’ re pe ge stake ont iderinsuinae
Ket Gjrect. Apply to. Miss Edith Jricé for @ housewife. Apply: L. aH. pat, $6.00. of his time playing with two girls lavatory on the... four-engined ‘ ictic, but will henceforth require Salts Sails Salle Arrives Sails
Lundy. + 19.8.5e-1 p*tillar, Reed Street. Dial 2101. 4 All cum ee a. co and a boy, whose ages vary = ylane Which left Puerto Rico at 2 special labelling to ; i oe Montreal Halifax Beston Barbados Barbados
‘ bie 1.8.52—8p ) LLS : ; hey 6.30 p.m. yesterday: as é Oo wa ~| LADY NELSON.

— — hy Solicitors .our years to 10 months. ey 3 ay. j . nk akon @ ; . . 16 Aug. 16 Aug

“EEACH HOUSE”—from 15th August . , eee age ay st“ : ; :
1 tne Sledtnom house on the seaside | REFRIGERATOR — One second-hand Telephone 335... pare. the children of his adopted — Estel Giron, Stewardess ‘on the for a eee USC) CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 32 Aug. 28 Aus’ — Seer. sien
at St. Lawrence Gap. Fully furnished [ Electr@lux (Lamp) A=} sondiston, piles) . =» laughter, Mme. Aupetit, whose ‘light said Senora Serpa told her '°! ee Le LADY RODNEY a6 a 3 Sept. Sept 8Sept. 17Sept. 18 Sept.
telephon@, Refrigerator etc Ph mn 500 poatan. mine Mular, Ree “THE HERMIPAGR” bltuate at the{ausband is an executive in the 2‘ midnight that she was having The newly discovered drug hasS| CANADIAN CHALLENGER \2 Sept. 15 Sept. - Sept. 25 Sept.



corner of White Par: and Country Roac| sreat Boussac cotton enterprise Pains. But the pregnant woman, proved highly effective against a) LADY NELSON : 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oct.

| starding on about 123,040 square feet o!



scitiiiae ciel ae Mis taasimibackaanininersite ; \
BENSAM—Unfurnished, fro.a_ist Sep 55 factories, 25,000 workpeople). hose husband was scheduled to "Wmber of serious diseases. But NORTHBOUND












































sx land. tains Gallery, twe . 6 o “e ; raging re: ac
és aon want SScapmewy 200 POULTRY {ise vena’ aeninig bea: tibet bea. 4 Madame Aupe¥it is the daugh- ™¢ct her at the airport, said she recent medical research has un- | Arrives Sails = Arrives Arrives Arrives
os aiaee and Servants’ “room rooms, three dressing rooms, water anc | er of Boussac’s wife by her form- wasn't worried, because the baby covered some cases in which it CANAD: Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
Good Sea bathing. Phone Sq Daniell “CoccenEbe co opecial pure bred electric light. jlagpeetion: any day be- | marriage. Presumably the three W&S not due for two months * appears to have caused sevious| CARY WEISON SNe 2B AUE. 30AUE, 9 Sept ih sent 1s Sent,
a oe u = wi n a . 7 lane “ i { “S o. rc." er - 2 5 ao - : » J
cel eames $.8.52-t£-0 1. Corn Cockerels.4 months old, Dial|' ‘The above will be set up for sale a\| children will inherit the Boussac Fifteen mins, later the steward- @naemia type blood disorders and| CANADIAN CRUISER 5 Sept. 10 Sept. — 20Sept. 23 Sept.
FL/g'—Mode pasid iy furnishee | 974 or 3426. 13.8.52—4n. | public competition at our Office, Luca: | nillions, since he has no children °*S burst into the pilot’s compart- deaths among persons to whom it CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 15 Sept. 19 Sept. - Sept. 2 Oct.
Modern, seaside, fully furnis yp A s fr ; } § part- sg LADY_RODNEY Pe ee 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
Flat Srmanth of September, Telephone | Street, on Priaay the 22nd day of Augusi 10 nis wa, Boussac was a sup- nt and excitedly informed Har- has been administered. "ANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct 21 Oct. 24 Oct
as , _ Refrigerato Excellen at 2.30 p.m. , vey - 2 tan t. 5 ~ c :
Ges, Mo cn ureter. | Boats MECHANICAL | DRHRINGTON & SEALY | josedly unemotional bachelor, en- 7 the baby had been born. _Charles W. Crawford, Commis | Capy NELSON ve ae 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Oct. 4 Nov.
Fists, St. Lawrence ‘Gap. ‘Phone #496 14.6.52--4n | irely devoted to his cotton and y,.\ Yok angers, Olgo Iturino of Sioner of Food and Drugs said the!
z: } 15.8, 52—3: oor fais racehorses, until he met opera 5, "2 and Felix Masso of San agency has “weighed the value Of} for further particulars, apply to—
GEER. non teh MeeRt TRS” tree tack Poder on ake: AUCTION dnger Fanny “Heldy, He fell in "2" 2 Pharmacist, helbed the the drug against its capabilities tm :
carnal Bingalow ‘at Wertrine, Cort’ | Teveloping “Tahic "as new 65-00,” Aats aan 4 e ove with her, followed every note Serp and stewardess make Senora causing harm and decided it should GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Agents.
Sands Avenue, Garage inclusive. Dia pring Filter Holder and Set 31 M.M. UNDER THE SILVER he sang from a seat in the stalls s ¥ * comfortable in the passen- continue to be available for care-
3578 or 4249 : 10.80.5230 | rilter In Case $8.00. Tucker, aa HAMMER at the opera, married her in 1936 ger compartment.—U.P, ful use by“the medical profession | \(4696060960sG09999606066 ia :
.8.52—3n. , a0. : :
TO AN APPROVED TENANT i | On Tuesday 19th by order of Mrs. Har tes Shirts’ in a serioos and sometimes
amalp ee Aas 3 weaeseerey. ii ald Cummins we wil sell her House Ap Airplane ‘irts fatal diseases in which its yee is
yaa etait: Phove aa MISCELLANEOUS peintments at “Chelholme”, Chelses} How many millions’ Not ever W ° recessary.,” —U?P.
tember to November Phone 4451 s Gardens whieh includes: 7 = 5 ae ot dians “
q ue 15. 8.52 “Dining Table, upright Chairs, Chins | 20Ussac knows’ exactly. His busi- 3 . In For







uess turnover has been estimated

at figures ranging from £30,000;- \” Catholie Students “Tar-Sand” Dug For

JOU to £250,000,000 a year. He

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cages 10 per eent. of ait we mw. Week In Germany Road Construction

oT 7 —— | Csbinet, Rockers, Berbice and -Morri
BLOCK STONE-A large quantity of | Chairs, Double End Settee; all in mahog
lock stone suitable for sawing purposes any; oil Paintings & Pictures; Pin
Iso a quanty of srganion, Urpere stone: Bookcase (glass Doors). Bent Wood &
sonerete stone %” chips 2” chips 3/8” | Rush Chairs and Rockers;:Glass & China
chips and dust. Contact Keith Rayside, | pinner & Tea Services; Congoleum anc
Manager Lodge Stone Works Co., Dial) Rugs; Siivle Bedstead with Box Spring





sotton imported into France; he

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2656 , 13.8.63—6n. Double Be “ene with Vone Spring & }spins it, weaves it, iaahee 5 Ae LONDON. A number of workers were TEQ LE

ata p 7 ee ee, eep dies atiress; ents Com- I na e ments in a chain oO eae en. is i
of STE OUTYPIST SY ppt Wireless ONE-GALLON FOOD JARS pactum; Very Nice Vanity Table Triple) mi rkets th ae val 4 a DA ie a Germany as guests of a engaged, aoe got ee ns
of BIBRA Nese At Cable: and: Yiikelers) 4 quality of one (1) gallon Glass Jars to| Nfirrors, Medicine Cabinet ail in mahog- |Yf his own shops — calle atholic Students organisation (2° ,@188!n8 ° ar-sand” in the
(yee DY a uy be wie in tote of oe et ve Simmons Folding Cot; Paintec |foile d’Avion, as a reminder that’ were F. R. Augier of St. Lucia Springfield area, it was learnt Sailings from Southampton to Guadeloupe, Martinique,

ie c ; > ‘ ane : “ ve , i i
Apply by letter stating age and quali-} agency (B'dos) Co Diy “perl hee Promes, Pine Wassen,, Stee Too ee in 1918 he bought up huge quan and Joe Pounder and A, Sumaser reset: This material will be Barbados, Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao & Jamaica

fications to: The Divisional Manager,| pial 3620 16.0.62-—3n, | Hardens. oon Refrigerator, in perfec. {ities of surplus airplane cloth Rai. both of Trinidad. used in the construction of roads,

West Indies, Cable and Wireless (W.!







34 52—31 as bene iteeitce rag ant vondition, Venetian Blinds with Stee |/rom Britain and made a fortune They will attend the which are being repaired and re-
Ltd, Fae, Po ipeanrre so imited “gunabes bt Patent. Syrhet Blots Seay ener’ Books, M.T. | Jy selling it to Frenchmen in the Students’ two-week Bentpranas constructed by the Joes River
1 Ss all i Filled. Mattresses. he individus | dewsr ’Bu a sees ccden cols ‘orm of shirts, _ ip Westphalia, and afterwards Limited. | . “ ical Southampton Arrives Barbados
PURLIC CES were actitea Calecoe.. Britains Wheel | Bardw, Lumber, Plants, Ros. 1 One of his, sidelines was putting stay on in Germany for another pyerglad age “COLOMBIE' -+ 3ist July, 1952 .. 13th Aug. 1952 %
cnamnaifiisininertinmsiemeatiivintamnt | ®! $00.9 on6h. ‘Also avaliable in 4 feet |p tecgat, ae aay on. Terme {Christian Dior into business, Dior’s fortnight. This is Augier’s third , =VveTslade C.C._ is at present ““DE GRASSE” .. 22nd Aug. 1952 .. 8rd Sept. 1952 $

: aera eee 7) SPER APS: ane Cesh “ed
tandar gency (B‘dos) Co., 14 Swan cy ‘ *
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB Dial 3620 isu se dn | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

treet,
“NOTICE TO MEMBERS —_——- Auctioneers
NOTICE.4a..hereby given that in ar SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily 15.8.52—2ne

. MOTICE — of extra cotton to women all over friends there whom he will intro. Competition, the Secretary of the
SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE

League said vesterday. They
From Barbados Arrives Southampton



; dice to his fello ‘ ;
the ae who copied the long moe Le possess the strongest combination
skirt fashion. aerate us" and should head the League table





New Look sold millions of yards Visit to Germany anq he has many leading fn the Sunday League | *Not calling at Guadeloupe



















































































































































rdance with Rule 8 the Club will be | Delegraph, England's leading Daily News- &
closed to--Memnbers on Saturday. 16th: fepen aw arriving in Barbados by. Att -* et A Snack Lunch easily, he added *““DE GRASSE” ., 6th Aug., 1952 .. J6th Aug., 1952
August, trom 7.30 to 10 p.m., for Water| only a few days after publication in E S 8 British l jal SPECIAL PERMIT * * y “COLOMBIE” "oath Aug. 1952 .. Sth Se 1988: 4
Polo Matghes. London. Contact Ion Gale, C/o. Advo- x During the occupation the Ger Near} 500 tore q 8. pt., Y
By-order of the Committee of cate Co, Ltd., Local Representative “ nM sane NEEDED TO IM. early spectators were} ¥ *“DE GRASSE” . 16th Sept., 1952 26th Sept., 1952
( Management, « Tel. 8118 17.4.69—t. fame “ ‘s mang re-equipped the Boussac } IMPORT present at Cambridge on Sunday “ : pt, “s ept., .
: H. P, SPENCER, ———___ _-—+__—~— dl ‘Columbia WillProve iactories, Boussac bided his time FOOTWEAR last where Rudolph Sealey, a tall : ‘Sailing direct to Southampton -
f fr Secreta: | eth” Wiicd Teamee ei R. ee 3 —and was ready . ae KINGSTON, Jca. Aug. 19, eft:arm, spin. bowler, captured 20) %
tli lie Rieacwete tna) : lenge) offers will be i a } eservoir ( >t Onl _ | torms for the armies of the a 7 "’ ; wickets for 23 runs in two innings
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL ‘LIFE Meaust, anapectionyany 1any, haggh hours Tdon, = dion ‘tdaight” erotanetin —— for L. Johnson-XI vs. E, Barker 3 x R. M. JONES & CO., LID.,—Agents.
ASSURANCE SOCIETY Apply \o Mrs, Jdhn Lee on the prem~- When he is not on holiday joptati aibiting the im- XI, Johnson XI won by an oo 6 E59
LOST POLICY | ices, and offer’ In writing made to her VANCOUVER, B.C. is office Pottation of boots, shoes, slippers jnni 7 th _
Kathleéy) Braithwaite, the Executrix o 14, 8.525. | expert in the field claims | 20ussac gets to his Paris office snd other footwear into the island innings and two runs, the scores
the late ‘Christopher Augustus Braith-| ——-———-——--— — ~ | British will from his penthouse overlooking except by s ‘ oe Sland being: Barker’s 31 and 33; John-
waite, having made sworn deposition | VENETIAN BLINDS-—Made te order oe z a nr rabeovete ok vit prove) ie Bois de Boulogne at 9 o'clock |.y the ike Conan Ee. — son’s 66 for 7 declared. In Bark- Fly TCA to BRITAIN via CANADA
h. Pol Ni 14,400) he life of th A 1etal) (alumintum) sizes, al . 7 . ni er ade a . : > ' ard. aye . ‘ ‘ ae
oid Chifalopher Kusnetis’ Firaithy alt colours. ‘immediate delivery. $1.20 per George A, Richardson of Van. |2very morning. He breakfasts on _—OP. ore Seat ee Sener, Soar
has bert Jost, and having made applica ' sa. ft. Write, TARTAN, Metal Compan: couver, president of Wilrict | tea and a biscuit, eats & snack and wernt nde tik tke | seoune coninae and take advantage of \
He Mapas wader chaeanye. (~~ | yeoman ne es | gists beck ave Jeeding Seolo- oat a his eg ie bought two Rolls-Royce, a he captured all ten for"nine runs 60-DAY EXCURSION FARES TO CANADA
NOTICP is hereby given that unles gists back his e e e|he - dinner. jentley and ¢ ws pai “Gerry?
ty OPES Ar eo ae id paliey wont PERSONAL Mountain area of northern Britis! |He has many _ political friends, Value ee ice er Cera and new low
of the cata herrot, ihe said Poliey rons Columbia halds oi. ie including Paul Reynaud. set aptnewhere between cre ete which Zell during Jolthson's TOURIST FARES, CANADA TO BRITAIN
OM ‘ By Order | The publi hereb; ed against “The structure is terrific. ere’, ‘ oe ny
* C.K. BROWNE, giving credit to ‘my. wife, Thelma Kirton nothing like it in Alberta,” he tol At 62 he still gets up before | half million pounds’ and three i?ings of 66 for 7. an the - by 4-engined “Ni .
Secretary ree Williams) as I do not hold myselt| ..; to h tables at and a quarter million 0-a
‘ 18.8.52—4n. ! responsible for her or anyone else con- ‘riends here. 6 am., drives to his st Sot |Chantilly he h pounds. At Sia. Cats, Shappe tind. Lobl oes oat. A
sascheociiiis liyaeting any debt or debts in my name Richardson, who has: interest: | Chantilly for an hour's riding villas He ‘abe SEO eebinn, twre sters were plentiful at Bathsheba 37 Zenne yee
jcnless by @ written order signed by me.} in many oil and mining firms ir |exercise. He has his own masseur Orlaa, e also has a chateau near during the past two weeks, but a ONLY. $1,267.50 B W.1.
eu Basvigo Gap. Eagle’ Hall na.| Canada, led a pick and shove | who travels around with him, for} "Unik where he goes shooting. jousewives are experien¢ing ‘dif- Base Bridgetown to London Return '
| St. Michael 1 brigade of farmers through th: } although he is not exactly fat he nike many millionaires, ficulty in obtaining any since, it
14.2.52-2n. | area in 1935 to prove a road we figs inclined that way. He works | Bopssac never sold newspapers in {. ciaimed, they were caught ¥
age ; | possible, His, work crews now /16 hours a day. a the streets, never was an office espeeially ‘for hotels, ¥ ; Salesstinn weliee Sis wen Sl
\ j Ul f ° are surfacing the road, and whet Boussac runs his stable of 110 boy. His father gave him. the A 15-vear-old boy from Cam.-|’ n ? PP axnb ick: ADETIN
qvhether you are conve: | Dollar Cruises they are finished, oi! drilling [jorses like a business, and it pays} capital to»start his ‘¢ busi- bridge caught & nurse shark at LOWER BROAD ST. Phone 4518
eaie Quildies Sent i} To W j newirieh., oid no handsomely. He is a big-export-|/ ess in Paris at the age of 22, G@ambridge Bay auring the week. te ;
* nic, | ilrich and associated com-|, “stock to America. be ae F ; ; ,
ee ee ee 0 Weat Indies | res Sin probe $30,000 serves. of (°° “He Buys British wi nc Sides Bettie ons come
O itamins stentia ile! i 5 ; ys sn .
nd minerals combined in ' LONDON. prone kur, land in the) ie likes British cars; in 1950
i Six more dollar-earning cruises We can Supply
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PRECAUTION



WANTED

HOUSE on long lease by October
on Ses Coast or overlooking sea.
Large verandah, 3 bedrooms, usual
offices, vicinity Hastings, §
Lawrence, Worthing, Maxwell or mm
Top Rock. Preferably unfur- 7
nished and enelones.. Call K. D. HINT N 5 i? Hamburger Stake

s 4145 or 2 R aa ao
Pe 31 7,.52—t.f.n 0. » Swift's Sausages
» Palethorpe’s Sausages
- r » Vienna Sausages

AND NOW stig Sar

you can have

“A GAS COOKER

like those you have admired !n
the magazines.

SEE THEM TO-DAY

next winter by wo Cunard liners
the 36,000-ton “‘Mauretania” and
»the 34,000-ton “Caronia,” Eact
i will make three cruises.
+ The “Caronia” will leave New
- {York on December 23 for a 12-|/'
KY cay Christmas cruise, followed b)
AY wo more cruises in January. Th:
, * “Mauretania” will make her firs(
; West Indies cruise out of New
The Money Saving Way York on January 30 and this will

Le followed by others on Februar,
9 and March 14, —B.U.P. FURNITURE
lopular Bureaus, Bedsteads,
Beds, Wardrobes, Washstands $9.00 . . AUCTION
AT

ST. MARGARET'S VICARAGE,

Pkgs Cream of Wheat
Corn Flakes
Macaroni
















We have just opened a Lovely Assortment of
PLASTIC HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

JAM DISHES, ICE CUBES
REFRIGERATOR DISHES

and many other Useful Items for the Home.

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad and Tudor Sts.







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up. Coll and Flat Springs — { —
TAPLES for Dining, Kitchen and 4 *
Fanay use, Larders, Waggons, Tea ‘ T0 DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Trolleys, Sideboards -- Kitchen, = A
China and Bedroom Cabinets,
Liquor'Cases $5.50 up — DRAW-

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Frames}! Ironing and Laundering WEDNESDAY — 20th AUGUST, . Bay Street of being marooned. Headquarters for Best Rum +
Heards;* Benches, Offiee-height MENT OF at 11.30 am ; $ .
Stools in wood and rush. Rope We have received instructions = pos ees =













Mats $1,20 up from the Rev. A. MELLOR to

ispose of his FURNITURE and
EEPECTS as listed below.

VIEWING MORNING OF SALE

3 Piece Sprung MORRIS Suite,
Oecas, Tables, Sideboard, Dining-
table seat 8, six Dining Chairs,




Walking Sticks

Just received by

. JOHNSON'S
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UNDERWEAR

including a large variety of OE
PYJAMAS

JUST RECEIVED

SIMMONS BEDSTEADS

4 Feet 6 inches

——

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET, _ DIAL 4vay





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wba tube | (aa ° ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY SO CALL NIGHTIES
Double “Deep Steep" , USE AND GET YOURS EARLY
Mthate Meiircoe. 4 Parman : Established . Incorporated PANTIES
2 Bedside Tables, Hat Stand and . .
CLUB Peeters AuiGaebie Bed: |f {jp KOO BAKED BEANS | T. HERBERT LTD. : stirs
JLU! hek. Siaie, Dosen ae eens ee ae 1860 10 & 11 Roebuck Street 1926 UNDIES





K.L.B. PEARS in tins 43

K.L.B., PEARS ,,_., 16
K.L.B, SWEET
BORK tnt Pa a ae

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Children’s Furnituy es Raek,
Cot and Spring, Ptd. PYess, Mise.
Purntture, Large. Dolls House,
‘Coys, Boy's Raleigh Bicycle, Ptd.
Chest of Drawers, Stained Chest
i vers, Pid. Dressing Table
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NOW IN STOCK















6d. Consolation, Cash Pitas walang thliee IMPERIAL SAU- opened and are marked
Prizes, 9/- Stand S “3 Chairs,’ Screens, Linen Basket, SAGES F :
, 3/— ote Sweep, Curtains, Kitchen Tables, Ware BEEF LOAF.. ,, ,, 60 t at prices which
Pari-Mutiel and) Fares Chins, Double and tingle Larders COCOA MALT Ree ee Aree. | Beene wae
oo pematetasioe coct Comprtitinn Prizes Electric iron, Trays, 7 cu. ft. TONO cannot be beaten.

Esso Lighter Fuel





FRIGIDAIRE” (4 months old), 2-
Burner “TURN” Oil Stove, 2-
Burner “FALKS"” Oil Stove,
“VALOR” Oven large (as new),
Good Kitchen Utensils Aluminum,
Hurricane Lamps, Buckets, Lawn
Mower, Hose, Garden Tools, and
other articles,











Petroleum Jelly (Brown)

Gil ha wald: an BAA

wm Monday 18th in-

stant ®

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Do
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Our Usual 5% Discount. = S

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Coleridge Street.














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AKERIES } i daily. P Where
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE

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Tweedside, Speightstown and Swan Street
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truit-caricatures by Low of the great
and near-great contains many studies now
published for the first time. Apart from the
inclusion of a handful of survivors from
yesterday whose qualities entitle them to
be regarded as still young, the artist has
turned from the somewhat over-familiar
feature of the older generation and sought
his subjects among the young and newer
notables whose appearance is as yet un-
hackneyed by artist or photographer. Men
of letters, art, music, politics, sports, finance,
the cinema, radio, journalism, science, and
the theatre make this a representative dal-
leru of the personalities of to-day and to-
morrow.

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L. A. G. Storng who hope that “their im-
pertinences will be taken in the light hearted,
friendly —often affectionate—spirit in which
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

England Scores 264 For 2 Against India



FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952







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David Sheppard Hits Results Of Sixp Table Tennis |
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° e °
pi Series Series Prize Series “K” Amount Series Seri T
Maiden Test Century re 2% 8 sno ce. A vee Stet Ste. “Team Arrives
Ticket No. Ticket No. ls 7494 $140.00 T’ket No. T’ket No. T 2 2 lad
(From Our Own Correspondent) Ist 3594 6930 $140.00 — poe Poa Fi po 7 “ee From rint
LONDON, August 14. gnd 1012, 9384 = 100.00 4th 1558 60.00 3rd .... 5308 8878 80.00
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTYFOUR RUNS fo ae ouel 2882 80.00 5th 50.00 4th .... 4707 2063 60.00 A seven-man table tennis team
‘ Be NS for two 4h 7201 60.00 peed 9 5th 4941 6118 = 50 San Fernando, South Trini
wickets were England’s imposing figures on the sc é f, ane wn an. Cnet hee 9589 30.00 & 28 .00 from San Fernando, - ©
here this evening. A five howl pnd fifty ntacha maaliee oth 3508 576 30.00 = coer. O08 20.00 oth ie 3798 $287 30.00 Secis “ont ta Td yao ae Here s A
7 a " s Ab. : Sth: Gia as 20, Ava x ig é -di our
Test century by the season’s most prolific scorer, David 7h 2960. 9370 20.00 9th 2628 20.00 8th .... 3446 4510 20.00 which “they will clay three tests
Sheppard of, Cambridge University; nearly four hours of ao ats Toso po a 10th ww eee 2084 20.00 9th .... 9098 3965 20.00 and four other matches against Wonderful
Len Huttgn’s batting resulting in a new opening partner- 10th 1887 4347 20.00 the Be Deis cate ao itth ae $702 9413 30.00 eS a ae Retkn h
ship record of one hundred ; ‘ ree for Tests 11th 4505 987 20.00 jas), eh . Led by Dr. Noble Sarkar who Yo 2
ship record of o wndred and forty three for Tests 110 4505 9871 20.00 13th 7505 10.00 12th .... 6723 6204 10.00 toured Barbados with the 1942 Suit Bargain
against India; under a benign August sky throughout a /2'? ii b413 10.00 14 13th 7 'rini ; ,
F : p g 5 ughout a 13th 1253 4053 10:00 Ns 4534 10.00 hos 991 8733 10.00 yrinidad cricket team, the team
balmy day on to the shirtsleeved 25,000 crowd watching 14th 4831 1422 10.00 15th 2006 10.00 H ro reer - 8527 10.00 fom South Trinidad is comprised ‘
cricket on a good wicket. 15th 0625 4350 10.00 | rr oe 10.00 téth 11. 4475 ©2074 to.00 of Carl Williams, an all-Trinidad g
That catalogue sounds impres- (% by Ci icle ok ee 16th 0330 7988 10,00 18th si¢e ioc 17th .... 2252 0466 19.99 epgesentative of the 106 Seen
sive but one shouldn't be deludea “CMMEY Grichet: 17th 1658 5675 10.00 igth 5162 Inoo 18th |);. 0648 2668 —10.99 ‘2 Barbados, and deputy captain
into thinking that something vs re fo00 20th 7048 10.00 sath ie is 10.08 Pebyalnges Reivio Atgthe. Apnoid |
fable had been misse 7439 6375 00 9 3 ‘99 20th .... 367 : i !
eernocente oer cee ie Surre Must 50th 6907 3549 10.00 oar, en hie stat ina Qist |... prt 5146 sake Mendes; Andrew Moolchan and at
negation which have become all ey P oar ee): dees Oe Se ech vs 2980 10.00 22nd .... 9711 0310 10.00 Guy Yawehing. Manager of the
too characteristic of test cricket ° 22nd 9381 1382 10.00 940 6346 10. 23rd .... 6355 1285 10.90 team is Mr. Leon’ Leacock, while AND
deans when piace See. One ht Hard a oases 1908 See 7s... 4333 10.09 24th .... 0054 9478 10.00 Mr. W. Wilson is ageomapanying
five days have cubis allotted ig 24th 5033 2721 10.00 26th 8406 10.00 25th .... 2226 7435 10.00 them.
Although England had already Ts 25th O10e:" . B591 10.00 97¢h 8956 10,09 26th .... 1302 6470 10.00 “The team arrived at Sqayelt
won the rubiber with three out- For \ ictor 26th 4022 6406 10.00 oath 2048 ioop 2ith .... $381 6794 10.00 about 9.30 on Wednesday night
right wins in fei matches wire. y 27th 8849 2677 10.00 a 28th .... 3386 6677 10.00 after being delayed in Trinidad for .
land's captain Len Hutton oe 28th 2468 2606 10.00 $730.00 four days due to passage Soa: .
totle of remorseless dreary @ffec- (From Our Own Correspondent) nae . $730.00 neue, and were i bo > he DOUBLE BREASTED
one of remorseless dreary eff ; $730.00 illiams, President f itba~ Fe Rene â„¢
Sancta, t y i areata Those tent paltite Ps — . = = Amount Series Series a ‘sia Lone os F Mr.
concentration on negative bowl- require to make absolutely cer- ri Series I’ket No. T’ket No. Prize 4 P 9 Amount Christie Smith, Secretary, and ,
: a ; » Series Series Ist 2049 8640 . T’ket No. T’ket No. quite a large number of players
ing and fielding tactics which were tain of the county championship prize “G” “A” Amount 5.) just ator nd0:00 ast .... 7954 6468 $140.00 from local clubs. The manager of
themselves an admission of inade- look very far ‘away to-night. Ticket No. Ticket No. ao" ch eee 00.08 ona .:;: 9861 2498 (100.00 the team described the werconie
quacy Against Warwick at Coventr 3rd 1717 5447 80.00
: Surrey need 337 for vi i Fie ‘ . 4th 0690 2309 60.00 37d .... 2426 0335 80.00 which they received as “a most
: j y ‘ or victory with © Ist 4643° 4902 $140.00 4th. 9 2 00 ath 3635 0571 60.00 hee naa d se
Only the belated acceleration all their second inni ric 9 7559 5th w..... 4229 7294 50.00 Bite heart warming” one, and said he From
by Lancashire’s Jack Ikin against in he Scan Seenee eee Tae gece. (See. ABU aes, 2034 = 8261 30.00 Sth .... 5847 4030 50.00 and his men regretted the delay
by 2. aahine 8: +14 : age in hand, But since they managed 3rd 6012 1012 CR i i maa : 6th .... 9076 2041 DO ee ty . a ~
a tiring attack tywards the close only 74 in their first knock, their 4th 7718 §291 60.00 7th 3286 9559 20.00 7th 2936 8066 20:00 im arrival as much as anyone.
of the day which spurred Shep- chances are not bright. 5th 1895 4891 50.00 8th . 8536 O476 20.00 dn: -, Seer fees 80.00, here is 8 fale. variety in the $41 17 to
pard to more effective attempts But should Surrey lose to-mor- 6th 7441 0323 30,00 oth ... 1452 0258 20.00 an". 990% o268 30.00 style of the players, with some of oe
to penetrate the field enabled row they can still win the cham- 7th 4060 oo 20.00 10th .... 0077 9853 20.00 10th ||. (7318 0600 20.00 them unorthodox. Arnold Mendes
England’s overall run rate per pionship if Hampshire can pre- 8th 7027 90,00 Lith ........ 6932 7064 20.00 llth ... 8173 9822 20.00 and Guy Yawching are the most
hour to be raisec to the humble vent a Yorkshire victory. Already’ 9th 6140 7379 20,00 12th ... 5786 158 os jth .... 7736 1009 Teme: foreach players... sith ihe Memes 44 92
figure of 40. Hants nays fapen first innings 10th 2847 8322 20.00 ie ios Po ap {3th |... 0766 6158 10.00 #RPproaching an orthodox style, e
i Sas aie ania a points off the Tykes, thanks to a {ith 7534 8622 20,00, FEED 00+. : ‘yy 14th .... 5596 0466 10.00 Carl Williams, who represented
te caacitg wit tise ected” fighting century by Leo Harrison 19th 8564 5854 10.09 {5th . bee eats co {5th .... 0237 7291 10.00 Trinidad here a few years ago, is e
iiwrer, renched hid fifty, /eaallt thi thn or atone ee 7 RPP” am 2441 ©4798 10.00 }6th 8677-1705 10.09 16th ..» 5264 0943 10.00 an orthddox all-rounder, while
aaa te a, oa ee 14th 5003 4855 10,00 [AEP on 6068 «8347 10.00 Sem... SBR GBA 10.00 Kelvin Assing is the only south- N.B. All adjustments
hres ‘ , arid ae ae wa a 15th 4381 5391 10,00 18th ..... . oe 10.00 18th .... 1349 8561 10.00 paw. Dr. Noble, an old stager is *
three-quarter hours and that was George Tribe, Northants Aus- j@¢h 3867 3807 10.00 19th ....... 5387 723% O° t9th 121) 7110 6923 += 10.00 built on solid defence effected without extra
mainly ‘why his second wicket tralian test player to-day took 17¢h 2267 . 1595 10.00 20th .. 2764 . 8436 10.59 doth (1°) 4566 9368 10.00 The other two playing members Charge on our Tailor-
partnership of 118 with Sheppard jijs hundredth ricket in arst oe 21st .. 1024 7911 19.00 261 0.00 : aying mbers s :
Ok 1, 140 Are fae end oe aundredth wicket in his first jgth 2674 5986 10.00 S525 ° 9812 1419 * 10.00 Zist .... 8325 226 10. of the team, Fenwick Debysingh ing Premises
too — i Pe - . oo season of country cricket. 19th 0377 4238 10.00 22nd . 5876 0966 10.00 22nd .... 8875 0789 10.00 snd Andrew Moolchan are des-
SE eae Teka ers Oe SCOREBOARD — 20th 6843 «0233 10.00 28rd... : too 23rd .... $163 5616 100.0 crited ‘ag being “fairly. steady”
day and certainly long overdue 21st 5398 1384 10.00 24th ....... 6198 ne ake %th 684 6150 10.00 Eas a . ry steady”, i
; o aente attac anc 4 . ’ 6 9050 2a , sees * 4 ac ing uttanie s }
against oo eer ee ares Gloucester versus Leicester = donq 5582 7693 10.00 25th a ar sane 10.0) ath |... 4641 4786 10:00 oh lg yination of attack and
uBeven fielding, neither of which Gloucester ......;. 274 and 96 93rq 1437 5079 10,00 28th wwe OF 30 too 26th .... 8747 0991 10.00 A cied whe ‘
reached the best standards. Jackson 5 for 25 ‘Datt 8406 3054 10.00 2ith ... 8060 13 4 th |||. +5184 3228 10.00) “rked what he thought the “9 .
The crowd came with their Leicester oe 204 and “4 osth 8007 0584 10.00 28th esses: 3042 9081 10.00 deen 4478 9552 10.00 pr ear ae of the coe be in the
icnic baskets ready to be festive = Fe eel ae gt ee rs 5 ’ wee ‘ ——— nree-tests series, e manager,
fis August day so rich with fF none. 26th 7912-2543 10.00 $730.00 $730.00] backed up by the Captain, said 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad St.
promise. But they were con- Warwick versus Surrey 27th 5879 0999 10.00 Government Tax $200.00. on eactt they did not know enough of the
demned to a day of tolerant , Warwick ........ 176 and 247 28th 4165 2585 10.00 arias. standard of the local players, but
patience which Sydney’s notori- for 7 dec’d. Gardner 104 not out. aT es 4 ‘eas THE BARBADOS TURF CLUB, they thought that they had a fair ae ieee see
ous “hill”? crowd would have | Surrey 74 and 13 $730.00 Table Tennis: per G. A, LEWIS, | chance of winning the rubber.
greeted with a continuous uproar ‘or none. Se BOVELL & SKEETE, Except for Williams, it is the
of indignation, ‘ Horthanty versus fone 3 Gatien Caldas cc . per J, L. HUNTE.| first outing for the other bos, and ‘
; 2ancs .... an or none on eee | d d B th August, 1952. it is felt that they will all gain
But there was no complaint Kdrich 162; Prize “rT “J” Amount rim a eal SO aceasta \ lot of experience from the ur.
when 40 minutes passed tee ROMA DEE iss neikareaeh 223 Ticket No. Ticket No. . “, they} ‘The’ team last week gave a
the first boundary was recorded— c ‘ pP | 6—l1 slip from eir grasp, as ‘reditable performanc A ss
typical Hutton. cover drive—and ae —_ a aia 7178 100.00 e ican threw away i — Lae; ag i Dortobiain Plena teaae
- z vard show 2 : : 4 isitors will en-}) ‘
Fr catalina DET en eee oe 5409 7155 80.00 isit Trinidad Eaue Barna Club atthe ¥.M.P.c.j°d such top notch players as
bal iod before lunch When sneched'a for 20. He eT ath 5780 7586 «= 60.00 , The, visitile Solon their first Hall. ‘They will play the first; Sacky” Tegal, Crichlow, and
Wiad towing to an exatee- Ginceas 14g 3th 2628 4991 O00 Ceeeeeeney seen “hey Gapenned Colony Match on Monday night,' McIntosh, who comprised the
ee, Satan dave’ st eRe cia : MUAINOE BATE 4 60/60 e'4'e 4 49 0's +s ‘ 6th 5870 3997 30,00 SDEsssInans. wae : ai d on Wednesday|cream of Trinidad Table Tennis
fufbed ont cetiae ee etatee Bhodee, F for 26. . 7th 1990" «8S ar gees vue A pict. On Friday night they will,players. In the South Trinidad
In actual cold figures he bowled Yorks. versus Hants. 8th 5414 6506 20.00 i: as ae! * bili, aan meet Everton, and the final Col- Competition, Carl Williams won
thirteen overs for one yun YOrKS. . 55... essere 270 and 11 9th 0581 3104 20.00 The ee showed supremacy ciny Match will be played on;the South Trinidad Cup, while ;
The crowd, it appeared; made [oF none. 10th 8420 2941 20.00 over the local players and ex- Saturday night 23rd instant. | Fenwick Debysingh was the run- &
too many allowances for the Ants. ..-............04. 294 1th 6211 4307 20.00 jipited a good combination of at- The results of last nights | ner-up.
defensiveness of the Indian Sussex versus Worcester 12th 4524 6778 10.00 tack and defence, backed up by matches were as follows: — i { The team returns to Trinidad
bowling. For once he had lost SUSSex .......... 179 and 156 18th 3625 £231 _ 10.00 the toss, skipper Hazare seemed fr 3; Doggart 72 not out. 14th 9061 3508 10.00 vreatest assets in the game. 21—12, 21—12. ., |i a change of the programme
to eoncentrate only 2n economy Worcester .........- 450 fory4 15th 1535 6337 10.00 =" xcept for F. Willoughby who G. Yawching (T) lost to F. Wil-l which was originally scheduled to
: F ** dee’d.; Kenyon 168, Bird 116. 16th 1263 1393 10.00:s~on his match against Guy Yaw- loughby 21—13, 16—21, 18—21. finish on the 28th,
Hutton coula be blamed more 17th 0638 1396 10.00\.ching by winning two straight K, Assing (T) peat M. Slocombe -
than Sheppard who was dropped Somerset versus Notts, 18th 7437 2551 10.00M ets after losing the first, the other 21-16, 21—19. ., |rell 21—15, 16—21, 21-18.
four times on his way to threé Notts. . ire 149 and 226 ne pone Tare ie He ocal players showed an utter 1s Dr. os ge 6%) beat R. Phil- ia erm (T) beat P. Rice
— Mankad — be- for 3; Stocks 6 20th 354 iS : f big match temperament, and lips 22—20, 21—9, .-, | Sar eee
ath ne ine Se Ge emacuNe . oe vt Oa 1790 21st 2480 6546 10.00 | in every cont allowed victory to *S. Debysingh (T) beat L. Wor- 2 C. Witenes (i) bees D. Guiler
rT but didn’t make any — : us Mid :. 22nd 7862 2905 10,00 , 21—13) 22—24, 21—11,
player, ut di s Kent versus Middlesex Sau 4986 889 Sr ee at ahh : abot
ee aes Wee ane Middlesex ........ 100 and 185 nae eae cove oo 1, SPSSOSD9GOSSSOPPSOOO SS SGVOSS
nstead of running singles to for 5, 25 0201 BARBADOS AQUATIC
bring the defensive ring in, yony 9244 25th 6058 0201 10,00 iT PAYS TO USE THE BEST CLUB.
ft ,ff-drives gaa Rt ase ane Be 4198 i
sero hit bem ait eg Sherreff 87 not out. oan ieee art x 4 (Members Only).
é cover- res § é é « od - . ‘
straight to mid off or cover point 28th 0018 6308 10.00) 8 That is why you should buy... SATURDAY, 16th August, loa quick, relief trom, Nasal Catarth Free breathing is restored just by
which eg ue a3 ~ of a rts é S $730.00 7 1952, at 8.30 p.m. use ‘ eateolatoen’, This wonderful Pima Se ecpreneye e-ope
ful stroke. or did he attempt to Yi "e. $75 breathab when put up inside ru! lenthola erally on
lift anything over the ficldsmen’s Brian Close Scores FeSO RED HAND PAINTS | beste She i goa EO istantly, Your very { your throat apd cies, figs Urtaks
heads, though once he applaused > errno and next breath carries cooling vapours up congestion and relieves even the
Sheppard for doing just that 1,000 Runs ; : r through the nose which open most obstinate Catarrh, Quick—get
Hutton hit seven fours and’ a We have New Stocks of | KNOCK-OUT FINALS up o2 immediately a jar or tin of ‘Mentholatum’ to-day ,
ution 1 seve urs é ~ & ' i ‘ a aon * 0
Sheppard nine in his tenth cen- LONDON, Aug. 13. i e Us | SNAPP :
tury of the season, Yorkshire’s Brian Close Wednes- ce ni uent SPECIAL HOUSE PAINTS i ! Oe. SWORD
Hutt tl att reached his 1,000th run tr mennnen’ S Grey, Dark Grey, Oak Brown, B'dos Light : 3
utton apparently is out to get pint Glass English cricket for thr RB hi & Dark Stone, Tropical White, Red. { POLICE vy, BONITAS.
another record by being the first —.ason and seems destined to b é eves pawr.o, % ‘S’ Enamel-Finish MARINE, PAINTS
England captain to Pere four | first player to complete th: 4 White, Cream, Tulip Green. — Music by Anthony Menezes
ey wie Se poo iouble of 1,000 runs and 100 wic- 9B MATINTO FLAT PAINTS and Be Costinete
hame today wn lustre So MS ‘ets. He has taken 94 wickets this HATH SM Sa ORea | CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS MIS a ae on eee
as eason. CP. ZONCRETE . : AD: : E i Ss
THE SCOREBOARD oe ea : Bright Red, Grey, Mid Green $\|| WATER POLO... 2/- Saddell
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Moye. ¢ Phedkar Banahend «8 Soccer Results PAINT. REMOVER . The Sign of % 10.8.52—4n
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tii hot out 83 LONDON, Aug. 13. For the easy removal of old Paint Quality x |
a Paton 6 Scottish League soccer results x
ree TON Wednesday: Scottish League "PHONE 4456, 4267 > a
Total 24 Cup. Division A . - ums ee a
BOWLING ANAL vSIs ts rere 2, yam 4. 2 ee YNE C0 LID : T The Mentholatum Co. Ltd.,
t uis 1, Dundee 3; Celtic 2, Partic :
Diveghs 4 5 «64 6.1 Thistle 5; Falkirk 3, East Fife 3; WILKINSON & HA ' 5 *9 . x F (Est. 1889) Slough, England.
Rarichand 4 2 0 1 (Tie) Hibernian 5, St Mirren 2; 3 ?
Mankad 38 2 . Queen of the South 0, Third La- 566 ox 56565 .
Ghulam Ahmed 18 1 2 ) rk 3; Raith Rovers 4, Clyde 3; e
mamye sf . By angers 2. Mot capyell 0. wes . Zé =e . oS "
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Basketbali Ayr United 2; Dumbarton 1; Co ih

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In the Second Eleven Bask Dunfermline 3, Kilmarnock 4;

ball fixtures for tonight, Pirates Forfar 0, Morton 2; Hamilton 2,

play Y.M.P.C. and Harrison Ccl- Cowdenbeath 0; Queen’s Park 1,

lege play Lynch’s Secondary St. Stenhousemuir 2; St. Johnstone
School, Old scholars. Albion Rovers 3,

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rmiiw M.I i MCI HARBAIhK \|)\)N \ll PAGI IIVF Omnibus Company—Vestry Rates Hearing Adjourned C. J. May Give Decision Q. C. Nethall Team Returns In ^ tinkers Case To-Day that he mlfht suspect that mnthins was itot regular, but couKi %  Judgim-nl batH OB H tm '< i '•' % %  lad for the I I IDENCB WM taken UM.I.UV % %  -< ... MU on m the Common Pic* suit m winch thtYonken Motor J|^7*rft^tj^t" """' ,h '"" hr col,w Omnibus Co Ltd. Me objecting to thy rat— laid upon them There would liwan t>e case* by thl SI Mu lurl's Vcitry (or 1950-51. Counsel for each when the Court felt that somrow i I tlic Court. ** lutky to ttet off, bm I onjship the Chief Justice (S.r AUm.CoUymoM) h '" %  \<>\-* t. give his decision to-day at 10.30 a.m. until when he has .idjounx After Successful Tour Sirens Replace Metis In Fire Engines The in..i|i|iii in,, s and the r a! the lirr IMtirrr *rr i...>. hltrd will. <.lrrii<, lu *' .i i IL ir.uiK M| th'ir .i|.|>t n.i, 'i when pruci.'dinx lo A lire. ll.-.n. i:.. thr t %  i. miKConi ri. Htlrd With (•< IK nun" u.jimi ui tlirlr approach. Han UM Vestry had nol proved i been mad*-, the i %  had succeeded to the extent that thr Vestry's ratine at a profit coukl not be upheld, and therefore UM Company was entitled to costs. Mi Keeee said they did nol appear to know the nature of the ll OSftBS. The 0B1M Of proof was upon th? Company. not upon the Vestry, and the Coinpan v had to come into Court and Wednesday, last weak I i : %  • %  ft Mob Bus Companies objetted to the rales Ltd upon the: L by the S ha* alre,"i His Lord'hip upset the by UM Vestry i iius Company, and ru i taxable amount v MOIJH 'Ml not $6.0IJ M th. Vest] %  Thr other lluCotnpuy whidi '!ie rates, ; ( %  II, that whether or %  in ,„,. did not m any way show the true r., %  Thi-team comprised Nell Hell (ClD/l I, S\ l\ i i V.i.i M.irmu-i iti' Wo.ni, Bill bar.i Brown.' Yvonne smith, Syl i l"tlud GricketeM lnfrwiirH For I H-rii.ii.la TJOOT 1/ For Violating Traffic LUUH Three MonTli.fU R ported U P.lie Police Hand At Hastings Rtteks The I'nlit Uand under their ._ conductor. Captain C. they had not been rat"! %  B I \ RC M will properly. He was tubmittn.g thai their concerts at Hastings Rocks • ran attempted to ommeiuing to-nighl at H jmi I Pridey 15th) The band plan to %  s laid by thr Vestry remained Jt've USTSS wetkh ooncsrl cession before arranging lo play : attempt to prove their every fortnight weather permitCOM thCompany_ had produced n n(l To-, booki. which were books from the bv dS follows: definition of the word, but which A i>> T.C A morning Iron Tii! Ripeti of the "Guardian." The Tinudad crukel.is were Pelnv i Pemum end Glende ^ayne. Cbib of Bsemuda UM Issdlni teemi Ihsre. The m low wttl last lot 20 days during %  buh tim* they will be playing C t'-Jfe her lest matches, lie ton I "H Mar_ istani Mi>tre*s of Tni! '''"• ""' south CsrtbI 10 pUj „, itermuda IStS NtewtlStMfU are u:iirway and thero is a possibil00 il Barbados on then .>., three-day famM %  front BSptevnbw S %  ,. %  ll "%  %  %  Mi H A Talm lo pa i I In lines for breaches of lh,( ., %  ... -e IIWllMI charge i,f dangerous WoikS ivtal he was ordered %  I ^formed Both offencew n the 18th ol tli ir.'i ,' %  %  %  %  %  1 %  In tha (1) American Uulck Marches —"Hands Across the Sea" and "El Capitan" —Soi I ilif.iv. Boston and Iternuai.i 1 August hi between midnight i ., M it • oVlock Qrsnada, Trlnli Qulana %  *rn. M LIMI\ Velson" Vrrivtvs Toiiittrriiu Sulicltors, sppearod for Mr. Recce repeated what he had said, and continued to say that Mr Bohne, the Company's auditor, had nut quite ahown the necessary tense of responsibility. His Lcrdship told Mr. Recce that when he was finished will, his harangue on Mr. Cuke and should be addition* of S100. National Bus Company and are wou i d have been more reasonable I they had been deducKoii*. E. W. Barrow. Instructed by th* same solicitor, ai representing Nothing Shown Mr. Adams said that his gubHi W, w RJMBCS, .C. associamusion was that nothing had been ]V:,i and shown, despite the alterations, by Mica MA. Reece. ii^iiucted bv which the. Court could be remoteMessrs. Carnngton ,-. Iv guidetf as to whether the ren;-.r;:i.(MhcV.,',rv. ,„,„. had hr ,, n ina{ ciirate. kH Ml BOOM he WOUld lUtS to lOIOS mc vonKers c aim that they a h, n e %  finding that a profit had how to handle the mistakes in the were assessed at M 03 in lespeet been made, and what profit. His books, as they went to show if root of 15.236; that they Lordship would be undertake. that the Company wer > f"* 1 '" tsaeaaed it the wildcat guess in Christendom showing that they made mere %  to try to arrive al such from than Ihey actually did. other rsspscu ill'aal. unequal, what had been divulged. Mr ftSMi d already partial. 0pDrea4v and unjust. Mr. Bohne had done whnt \v pstnted OUt the legal position and Previous to the case, the Yonkrequired of him and what any His l-ordship said Uial he knew era Bus Co had objected to two normal accountant would have the poalUon — that the onus of auditors the v, nl 111 donf. According lo him he saw P roof WB not nn tnc Vttrtr >". uut to ins, %  hr wa bj || S p 0r | O U caliy "" "" Compeny, but bo* wouJ frturnj Whoever made the alierations "" ( '" c '''' ipsnyh sent In. Aftci • , bemight have felt that Ihe wnv bills P ro ? U £ !" 2 : W | is brought in to him seemed to Mr "•*,*?**?. Ih: lf ,Ti reache.) batwMD the I be inaccurate, that the conducIncrease which then would b n BovcU ASkscte wore u "~' bad written down less than increase, was deducted, it would ble firm to Inspect the they received be inown Ihailhr t ..n.| aw His Lordship asked. "Whyinon aJarunt everytlme Jioo?" n "' fursi In the books meant Figured Were Coned Mr. Adams said that his submitnothing. According to thai. Hun. H A. Cuke .'i Mssers. lion was that four people might money was taken out sonr where Bovell & Skcete who gave ev.put suggestions as posstble exand mmi money was added to dence the first day of the cafe, planations, but that would get His mike a better nppenramc. Hov lit according to an abLoi'dshtp nowhere. His Lordship weri tell what were the stract book he had seen the could only guess as to the true exoriginal Bgurss. In fact, th „l.„u.tion. srbOM figures in the book fl) Qpi :..'i "Carmen (t* Selcrtlon-'Th New York" .Sup,. Bscei pti H i %  Belle of t — K. %  matches, ih.ir badot to % %  %  *hi The team is aa follows :— I I %  % %  %  B Jones (Captain), Cotinei I a gresl B. Laleli % %  Mayoi I*. 11-,.1-Spain. rklward J ll' tt. Tung Choon.' i |ssaU Butler. L Knighl, S. Asgarali, %  rets more accustomed C. Sampath. j. Jacfcblr, n Hardi"u ii TTonchtn C Bksats <> Demming, D Ramsamooj. S CluilClub. the Somerse* Cricket ifi) Ballad— "111 Walk Beside You" — Murray Played in honour of the composer. Major Alan Murray. Seafortli Highlanders, who rsosntij passed away in Nairn. Scotland. (10) Excerpts from— South Pacific —todflkfra, (11) Finale—"12th Street Rag" — Aaar GOD SAVE THE QUEEN ftonse Damaged By tire (By rcqucstl an, H Legall. (5) Valse— "Gold and S .-.oi i L. Knight and H. Troiiehln are —Lehor p t ,. bj thsli ihota. The 1 %  i.. ni l players (6) Intermeo Triumphal— r. vrhOM lulled iw weight and 'dung with Jones They will be "Cleopatra" -MancWIli || ,, :iS „ l1nlv (1 ue to their uuiek|USt* (7) Characteristic r "Bells i ,, ibto todeAcross the Meadow f ;il lhrll ^ppo,^,,!,. Cavalry of the ste PPT _. Ihe tour from the games point of i it „ fPfJSSg V ( Pert Of the reef of a board and bej eooJ i-u. ;'s'Jb M 1 '* ' %  '" %  '"ndsoury Hoad. att th..,, the, enjld ful;il(ll ... evening, the places they vWli-l Th *" bouse Is the propeity of were the Carlb Bsei BottUns I ayno who Uves in It. Ths Drink FectOI '' ,u himed OUt and put (Solo Beverages), the Renown ut the nernet. Shirt Factory, The Ttiiidad V :, ,ck v ' rrinldsd /\/i/t\ IMHffMHMf I ewhnluj it i UM Piteh l-ike .t ' ' ' '*' ' r l.i Brea and \ , /> 11 Mh'SS I til. %  ess, uiu, To-daj Ii Ute Rfth ani 1 I ImparUI ..f Indian Ind. peinlcn.-.' The CoinF Tropical Agriculture mlaslonei f.. ( India in the British '81 Bansdicl They also Waal mdiea will broedeMt an trip by mot-our books in such a wav book produced %  ... di !>• taken thai if your but number of pa%  w .,„ hold 40 people and it made in each b i\ trips, we will divide that you rat kth th object of >s of St. Michael Cons, ieme Money" Laboui I } B was seen si bio", nothing could be done. The enIrouanatancea nnly showed that tered but this was accounted for 'he law ought to be altered It Ihey were rcgiilir waa just another Jmlanee Of loophrpak-d.mu rd noles in lhe law ,f Jr-A^wtrsa bad been a loop-hole In the law They did not know ihr i His Learned friend had madof conscience mOTM y be* by professional men lug pulling ... -j r ._._. M -.. £ m j" n l V?t' w-ilh regard to income-tax. and light be an instant < i \ but u would seen that the Company's cot InslriU'lionul Film Show To Be Given Bj Uiiti-h Omiiu-il '"'f lhe wvvii gainer nl:iyiHl Ihpv The BrrUafe Cotsselj wU give i . .n bui ti.e hut a illm dhow on Rudder l'.,-'.uir. , |n (% |V| near the Man led Women's Quai ters. Gorrison, to-nighl. The llln^ ere "Road Safety". "East Afn. | i. H u < %  and "Preventing the Ipread "f i • fli hop Anatej IIIL-I, S.I-,I Disease." The last film will be i"" B, Q.C beat 81 i-edcd by a lecture by Mi BM rent (who in head of ths BacGibson, Acting Cbisf tool's League] 21 'lu i n,i lhe 4U I .tie ll:'.|.eetoi. St. Michael lb U (...f Hoi Hishop .\n.I. %  '. )| lfc ,i Seh'Kd Gid Girb 18—J QJC I,.I lo Trinidad ft-13 driven In U. ThU %  u.-n for the addition. At a matter '* ' bare-i %  ,f f.iet. the addition meant thai and if n anything, tht Company would MctJ Than oka %  hich showed that feed them quite a deal, pricked **Vs'ill-iil**lusl" f^ullu them 14 times 111 one month when ** %  "I.HlUfl t .iUIS thev decided t.> jnit on SI.400 ex4 11 l l rye 11 howsd plainly that they \I Ifai I),MI( •srSrs t.ikuig out money by su t ch '• %  "The Dutch M V W id, let us put 1 Ived from Trinidad vli 1 vd. yesterday IIHIM:.,; with twenty the Traniuo,"" ''""• %  """'''<'< kl wrara UM most dh137 .*" "' v f paonger and isj t)„. .,,, ,,1 v/bao added, the tt, ihow that smaller pronls were honest sot of books one could etme "" ""a* o* mail. was a passenger. look for the third being made than were actually aeros*. -nd the C mil could nul go, — —^-—-^^ uf July amount of made, but if they found that the by tin bO h So In their at! books wen sept in the ordin. lb Company to $152.34. but the total was *ay, and that it would appear the had brought books by which the Written down as 9252 34 an Compsnj were making themselves ( uurt could not go. mount of $100. Such WAi maJcp morr ,han ? nc >' ^lually Mr. Adams Hid thnt there re what was to he done? km. bus s Som<" Professional men. he was V eati be in a position of havl^to^paj — ^ ,„,,,.,. JM )h) lmM% |hft have gained bv il His Lordi-hip ^ere neorded .11 the Ka.e R.could not say that he was sati-: %  ( '' u ''" The Willeimtad whkll 1 that the alterations showed thai •' ' t;' 1 *• ex .t ,a, ".J .V algned to Hesen s P money was collected and not put on. ...other that bus ^ )m| Co L(d ( in. or how much was collected and "fi Uen down in the S12 ^ f • therefore what the rate should.be. r*ro Receipt. Book, but that was K i 1 %  dence itrong and serious reflection on ol ertloni of the sec-T trial '>f tha the state of tht accounts which ,^ c progressive Bus Co. The Court He may have made it possible for His K adjourned until 1030 am. said lhat if totals srere not corLordship to be put in a position n( iay. THE FAMOUS "JONES" HAND SEWING MACHINE (ibtainsble onli from . HARRISON'S • SIMPI.K. TO t'SE • SILENT AND EKKHIKNT • IN ACTION Makes ;i Perfe. 1 I.ck-.litih on all materials from lhe finest silk lo lhe heaviest drill J^ Ol AKWTFFO m (live .1 Lifetime .if flaifcaff top Ser\ ice. Cash Price. ( omplete with Cevesj ONLY $99.16 Hire PmdMM Tfrms Arranncd SOLE LCXAL DISTRIBUTORS DIAL 3142 OR 2364 BH YOU MUST REALISE SLEEPING COMFORT IS YOUR GREATEST COMFORT o SO SLEEP ON A SIMMONS BEDSTEAD Now In Stock COMBINATION BEDHTIADB Biie J' VJ> :tH ea. BEDSTEADS Bis* 3' 3" -$30 83. $42 60 each BEDSTEADS Bis* 4* " $39 S3 to $61 K7 each SPRINGS Blfc 4' 6" from $90.00 to $6$ 0$ „ flue V :i" frin $36 8C to $10 7ft CANADIAN INNER SPRING MATTRESSES Hiz|ea.fi7 and $11) d PILLOWS Sin17" x %  $4 H8 *ach .. Ift each CAVE SHEPHERD S. CO., LTEL 10. 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street WITH TODAYS SPECIAL IC0C0ANUT CREAMS THE FINEST PLACES Hill MT.S KNIGHTS PHOENIX A CITY 1'IIAKMACY SODA FOUNTAINS •-• % % % %  THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY III). Whi'.c Park Road, Bridget >n ENGINKEHS, BRASS II I IKON FOUNDERS Works contain modern at pi .rice; fi>r tin' exfictttlol] c! flrst-ciass work of all kinlr. ind I SUOAII MACHINERY ami STHAMSHIPS Il AORIC'I'I.TUHAL MAC1 ' GENERAL I of all Dcsci | I '. PROJECTS. PUMPING 1ICAL INSTALLATI For Sati^fa^tinn. (Quality ani! Spr%ic^ Contact THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Phone : 4G. 4BS0 Workshop Phone 4528 Slom " &f f . % 


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. ISM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE nuucs 30,000 Million Tons Of Oil Await Extraction i jtt'jfiXi/ No One Dares Exploit Worlds Biggest Oilfield (Bv I lUDKKKK I 1.1 IS) LONDON, August 5. FLANKING THE BANKS o( the R.v-r Athabasca Alberta, Canada, i* the world's biggest oilfield No oil come* from it. No