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WHAT'S ON TODAY

B.R.A. Spoon Shoot, Government
Range 12.30 p.m.

First, Intermediate and Second Division
Cricket, various grounds 1.00 p.m.

Opening of the Evalina Smith Children’
Ward, St. Philip’s Almshouse
430 p.m,

Water Polo, Aquatic Club — 8.30 p.m.

Police Band at Polo Club Dance, Marine
Hotel — 9.00 p.m.

Rifle



For the cause that lacks assistance
*‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance
For the future in the distance

And the good that I can do

U.S. Opposes Atomic

Bomb, Germ War

U.N. Condemns
Mass Destruction

(By BRUCE MANN) CAIRO, Aug. 15

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Aug. 15. els hanes “Soaene meee. ii

THE UNITED STATES on Friday pledged its support|hearings on Friday in the textile

for the elimination of all weapons of mass destruction|riots trial of factory worker
“including atomic, chemical, and biological weapons.” {Moustafa Khamis, 21, after he
But it warned the United Nations Disarmament Commis-)~\" '"3* praise dren ee
sion that it does not intend before safeguards have been jcheer Mohammed Naguib (Egypi-
agreed wpon “to invite aggression by informing or com-,ian *Commander-in-Chief)



Military -
Tribunal
Ends Hearings



aulhliiinoneg




as
mitting ourselves to would-be aggressors and charter |!iberator of the motherland.”
breakers that we will not use certain weapons to suppress|,_ M@Jor Abdel Monei Murad
Seanion” me. CW . i ";military prosecutor, told the tri-
agg Se . ; setest bunal that Khamis should get a
onl e US. delegate Benjamin U N s dean f |death sentence on a charge of the
en, again denouncing Com- | e e tav e viful and premeditated murder
munist Et ae ‘ charges of two army soldiers ki#@-in the
against the erican forces in} R d A a rioting at Kafr El Dawar, 25 miles
blistering terms, called on the | e ttae S |trom Alexandria é
Soviet Union to agree to the The case was

Western proposed plan for a veri- TO

fied arms census to ensure that; Americai pales att coon.
preparations for waging war with | ades down Bunker Hill early Sat-
weapons of mass destruction shall'urday and shattered two more
not be carried out in peacetime. | Chinese Communist attempts to
3 z recapture th Western
Russian Declarations ltront height. “Seventh nd eighth
counter-attacks by badly mauled

7 ; ~ -- Reds were much feebler than earli-
of past disarmament discussions, o. fanatic attempts to retake the|

Cohen dug up previous Russian ¢trategic hill. ‘The first assault this
declarations on treaties outlawing | morning ended in 50 minutes and
gas warfare and said “‘we believe 'the second lasted ten minutes.
as the Soviet delegation main-) Marine officers estimated that the |
tained in 1932 (at the League/entire Red regiment, about 2,000
of Nations conference on chemical peer were virtually annihilated in

Saturday

Khamis was the first of at least
21 workers to be tried on charges
of burning down textile plants
and fighting with the police and
troops. Two soldiers were among
the eight persons killed. The sen-
linen will not be announced



Delving deep into the records
until the end of the trials.
—UP.





| Jewish Leaders
| Protest Sentences



} and bacteriological weapons) that!the first four counter attacks. |
paramount importance should be —U.P. MUNICH, Germany, Aug. 15
attached not to the prohibition | Philip Auerbach and = Aron
of chemical weapons in wartime, Ohressein top Jewish leaders pro-

but the prohibition London Reviewing tested as discriminatory,

prison sentences for misappropriat-

of chemical their

warfare in peacetime.”

. ;
“If we want to make progress Question Of Arms ing funds earmarked for Jewish

towards effective disarmament we E F Wageriee — “ao t 4
must all be willing to lay all our nb ar’ embers o the three judge
cards on the table.” Cohen's re- I go or Egypt court which sentenced them were

version to Communist charges. that LONDON, Aug, 15. formerly Nazi party members,
the United States troops aetien auretae Office stated on Auerbach, discharged as chief
ay t . it was reviewing the of the Bavarian restitution office,
vee bit thy ie = Rg who got two and one half years
Sane ash ane ga the oe 8d iscid he would appeal against the
. . © resuMp= 1 verdict which

he described as a

“second Dreyfuss verdict, a terror
~'\eidict like those handed down in

A Foreign Office spokesman said |Communist East Germany,” Ohres-
that the current review was spe-|sein chief rabbi for Bavaria who
cifically concerned with “general |rvceived a one year term, said the
supplies other than armaments|‘verdiet displays discrimination
for .the Egyptian armed forces.” | ayvainst Jewry. This trial Snct|

tion of
country,

hear the Soviet delegate Jacob arms deliveries to that
Malik’s considered reaction to the
plan.

Under that plan a series of
regional conferences would have
been called after an agreement
was reached on the Western" pro~
posal to limit the armed strength
of Russia, China, and the United
States to 1,000,000 or 1,500,000
men, and that of Britain
France to 700,000 or 800,000.

But Cohen launched into a
view of the

It that no specific request for|1,e of certain court cases held
the Jifting of the embargo has}, cainst clergymen of different
been made yet. The spokesman | + ithe in other lands.”
denied that Britain is contemplat- ;
ing a reduction of her forces in, ,
the Suez. No decision has so far
been made by the British Govern- |
ment on the whole issue of an
arms embargo for Egypt andthe
Middle East, the spokesman said./
—U-P.|

and They were accused of misavopro-

|
iating $655,000.

re-

germ warfare pro- |

paganda campaign and derided

Russia’s contention that the

United States failed to ratify the

Geneva protocol of 1925 which

outlaws bacterial warfare because

it intended to use such weapons

itself or because its arms p'aht

profited from their manufacture

—UP.

—UP.



Feisal To Visit
Naval Academy

}

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, Aug. 15 |
The U.S. Naval Academy said
on Friday that Feisal, King of
Iraq, and Prince Abd Alilah a
e



Boatner Returtis
Tio United States

WASHINGTON, Aug.





15



have

used. germ warfare in Korea came
as a surprise.

A twelve -nation disarmament

commission is expected to-day to

: Major G 1 Hayd Sout hasimi of oF WOE es

ajor Genera aydon Boatner,| Academy next Monday. ie Roya

Car Destroyed who tamed the tough Korean matty will drive from Washington
B ° prisoner of war camp at Koje|\, Annapolis, where they will be

ry Fire Island has been recalled to the! siven full military honours before |

United States for duty with the| inspecting the Academy. Accom- |

Motor car E 247 was completely!Fourth Army, it was announced janied by Vice Admiral Turner
destroyed when it caught firefon Friday. Boatner will return) foy, Academy superintendent, the

along Rock Road, St. Peter at
about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday. It
is owned by H. Goodridge of
Farm Road, St Peter, and he was
driving it at the time of the inci-
dent.

The car is insured.

late this month or in early Sep-
tember and be assigned to the
Fourth Army headquarters at)
San Antonio, Texas,. The Army}
said that his exact duties will be!
announced after he arrives at!
San Antonio, -_

Marines Cut
Reds To Pieces ice

SEOUL, August 15. ‘definite owing to an arms shortage.

: ; | The communique said cutbacks in
TWO HUNDRED Chinese Communists charged up) js-ance’s re-armament programme

“Bunker Hill” in a driving rainstorm inthe sixth attempt) would not affect the military pro-
to capture the strategic height but U.S. qarines again|stamme for the rest of this year
cut them to pieces with a deadly rain of shell fire and!vt it would be felt in succeeding

machinegun bullets. "It said that the 1953 contribu-
The Chinese, apparently survivors of a regiment that|tion would depend on the decision
once numbered more than 2,000 men, launched their sur- me at ibe next NATO pounedl
prise attack and for 55 minutes they charged into volleys|™°°Un and that a memorandum
of marine bullets before the Communist Commander saw eee Rien ta NATO oe
the uselessness of it all and called for a retreat. ; —UP.
It wad the second assault to-day
by the Chinese Reds, Earlier, 300|
Red troops, apparently ordered to|
1ecapture the hill or die in the
attempt, fell before the marines.
The bodies of dead Chirlese littered
the slopes of “Bunker Hill”. A
United Press correspondent said
that it was obvious from the!
smell alone that the Reds were,
suffering heavy casualties in their |
futile attempts to oust the}
marines.

' Fifth Attack |

U.S. Marines had smashed the}
fifth Communist counter-attack
against bloody “Bunker Hill* com-
pleting the annihilation of a full
Red regiment of more than 2,000
men.

Three hundred fanatical Chinese |
Keds carrying new Russian made |
weapons and under ordefs “to re-
cupture the hill or die i the
attempt, fell under’ withering!
Marine artillery, mortar and ma-
chine gun fire in the fifth counter-
attack in three days {
One Red company did’ not ever

Royal party will take a sailing
rip on the Chesapeake Bay aboard
1 navy yawl.

ers gaseineeninee inate Teeay, 5ttietaestSeesSStnSnSecnsaesssS

—UP.

| FRANCE WILL FULFIL |
| 1952 N.A.T.O. MILITARY
|





COMMITMENTS

t

|

t PARIS, France, Aug. 15.

{ France indicated that it intends
‘to fulfil North Atlantic Treaty Or-
|canization military commitments
‘for 1952. But added that the situa-



BRANNAN AND STEVENSON CONFER



reach trategic western front
height. It was caught and slaugh-

tered by U.N. artillery as it crawled
toward the Marine position
A second Communist company











clambered up the northern slope
of Bunker Hill but the Marines
killed at least 30 Reds a the
rest fled number of Cor LINOIS GOVERNOR Adlai Stevenson (risht), Democratic Presidential
wounded killed themselve athe nee, confers in 1 F. Brannan, Secretary of
than be taxen prisoners. —U.P ulture. They discussed tion artn problems. (International)



hharbades



on Wednesday.
adjourned — until

4 pee
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Innis.
(Back Row left to right):

sng



Between

RITA HAYWORTH’S
Khan did not result in th

star’s home for lunch,

about reconciliation—oh ! J

‘SPIRITUAL CONTACT’
WITH SAUCERS !

Mexico City, Aug. 15.

‘The newspaper “Ultimas
Noticias” reporied that Jose
G. Ramirez, Director of the
“Fraternal Union” of Spirit-
ualism, centered at Torregon,
Mexico, claimed that he
made “spiritual contact” with
—— saucers which have

en reported seen over
North and South America.

According to the news-
paper Ramirez said : “Five
flying saucers which criss-
cross the heavens of Mexico
and the United States come
from the planet Mars,” and
that Mars is not called Mars



in that planet but Tum-
Brum.
Ramirez said that “the

chief is called Diks-Yu, and
comes from the city of Mir-
shy, the capital of the most
advanced country of Mars.
The saucers, known as Ry-
Ting, are aircraft which are
beyond the human _ intelli-
gence.” —U.P.



Rains Damage
French Vineyards

CLERMONT FERRAND,
France, Aug. 15.
hail and rainstorms and

Heavy
hign wind tore down trees and
ruined wine crops here last night

causing considerable damage. On
the right bank of the Allier Rive
in the district of Pont Du Chateau
at Vertaizon eight inches of rain
was registered.
Vineyards were
poultry ina nearby farmyard
killed by hailstones during the
storm which lasted approximately
teen minutes. Trees were torn
sh roofs blown off and tele-
phone power lines destroyed

destroyed and

Near Le Mans heavy storms also
wrecked power lines ye terday
and brought trees crashing down
across main highways interrupung
traffic. The roof of the Press Stand
at the famous automobile circuit
was torn off and crumpled sev-
eral yards away.
eril yards y uit



7
Parole Suggested
For British Sailors
TOYKO, Aug. 15.
Japan's Minister of Justice, To-
kcusu Kimura, was reported today
to be adyocating parole as a solu-

tion in the dispute over the two
British sailors who have been im-

prisoned at Kobe on stealing
charge,
The sailors, Peter Stenner and

Derek Smith of the British Cruise:
Belfast, were sentenced to two anr
a half years imprisonment

The Minister of Justice has pre-
viously opposed interference with
the jurisdiction of Japanese courts,
and the suggestion of parole is un-
to be a source of dis-
agreement in the Japanese cabinet
—UP

BERLIN, Aug. 15
Anti-Communist West Berlin
youths late last night invaded a
Communist meeting place in West
and threatened to beat uy
;a group of Communist youth
,according to West Berlin police
| Police said the incident occurred
jnear the British gector of the We




jend station on premises of a Soviet
controlled elevated ter
violence had beer prevente

la police riot squad whict





Rouse,

No Conciliation

Rita, Aly

MOLLYWOOD, August 15.

five-hour
Gar

meeting with
reconciliation, the

Aly
Moslem

e he is a house guest, he said :
But
don’t know.”

He insisted that his chief pur-
pose In coming here was to “see
_and visit” with his estranged wife
and their three-year-old daughter
|Yasmine. He said “Yasmine is a
ferand child. She ig very sweet
She has a bit of whooping cough
but no temperature,”

Miss Hayworth did not arise un-
ti) well past noon for a definite
Hungheon date with Aly. Her sec-



THE BARBADOS CONTINGENT of cyclists and athletes returned home yesterday by the M.V. “Cana |
dian Challenger” after taking pa‘t in the British Guiana A.A

Olympiad,
They are: (Front Row left to right) B, R. McLeod, P ©

McD.

R, Battaur, M. Carter, Miss Joyce Marshall, Duncan Keizer, John Skinner,
Darcy Yarde, Seibert Haynes, Tony Moore and Mr. Gilmore Rocheford, (Manager).

Prince said on Friday, a8 He headed back to the screen |Spencer Churchill, to spend a 10-
Aly said a reconciliation “defin-
itely has not been reached.”

When he was asked about it at the home of movie
director Charles Vido, wher
“From my viewpoint of course nothing has changed.



1

PRICE

Stalin

FIVE

A

THE RIVAL
Nations battle for Korea
Mark Clark, to-day waged

At the same time in Se
President Syngman Rhee c
rest until they had “rescued

Regional
Labour Board
Meets Monday

{he third meeting of the
Regional Labour Board will open
at Hastings House on Monday,

the 18th August, under the chair-
menship of Sit George Seel,
Ku’.M.G., Comptreller for De-
ve opment and Welfare
(he Regional Labour Board
comprises representatives from al}
Lloyd, Trevor Inniss and D. the British Caribbean terrritories
Mr. F. C. Catenpole, Labour Ad-

viscr to the Comptroller, is deputy
| chairman,
{ In the absence of the Chief

’ . Liaison Officer, Mr. H. G. Mac-
Kden And Bride Ik nald, O.B.E., (who is at present
in Europe with the Jamaican

lly To Portugal Olympic Games team) a report on
: the work of the Board in_ the
lor Honeymoon

U jited States wil] be given by Mi

C. Greaves Hill of Jamaica, who

LONDON, Aug. 15 hes been acting for Mr. Mae-

British Foreign Secretary An- Dnald in Washington " pe
hony Eden flew from London with Phe re were over 7,500 West
i bride-—the former Clarissa Ir dian workers employed in the
J ited States at the end of June



This number included 4,750 from

fays’ honeymoon at a uranium ie
nine hotel, They left aboard the}/J*â„¢Maica and 1,166 from Bar-
British Overseas Airways Argonaut] )&‘los.





ureraft “Atlas” for Lisbon where Delegates are
they are due at 13.45 GMT. There} Chairman: Sir George See!
hey will go to Urgeirica, an island} K-.C.M.G.
n the Aorth Portuguese coast that Deputy Chairman: F. c. Catch
ontain the country’s biggest O.B.E.
iranium Mine, and stay at a Brit- @ On Page 3.
sh-managed hotel

—UP,



Red Planes Stay
Away From Rhee’s
Inauguration

Karouk And The
Aing Of Clicbs

WASHINGTON,

“y i Aug. 15, TOKYO, Aug. 15
le} Dees eo. abe, Oe Woks the Washington Post, widely General Otto Weyland, United
he ett her home.” * avoted independent — newspaper, | Nations Far East Air Force Com-

Miss Hayworth also declined to[°°' Sditorliliy ob” Friday thatymander, said on Friday that the
discuss the possibility of recon-;''°? King Farouk was removed [Cc mmunist planes paid “a touch-
ciliation, She had a suit for divorce |/#0™ the Egyptian throne some- {ing tribute” to United Nations ait
on file in Nevada since last fall |9e Said that there soon would be ]power by staying away from Presi-
but the case never came to trial. /°lly five Kings left in the world, [dent Syngman Rhee’s inauguratior

There are reports that she is de-|(ht Kings of Clubs, Hearts, Dia-|ceremonies at Seoul, Korea
liaying a legal separation because |monds, and Spades and the King Weyland disclosed that allied
of her inability to reach an. agree- jot England, planes flew in three protective
ment with Aly for a settlement on It said “the observation was {rings around Seoul to guard
their daughter. Miss Hayworth is}given more pertinence by removal |&ainst a possible surprise attack
reported to have asked for a ct ailing King Talal of Jordan,|by enemy planes, “The confident
00 far Yasmine, the a Aly The significance of the move is |scheduling of President Rhee’s in-
ig reputed to have seu a enna, not that the mentally ill King|auguration in Seon! within 20
Ghildr¢a by 8. previo an bee ‘ ‘orn {miles of front lines” Weyland

Aly intends ,to visit friends in|)’ een forced to retire from]?! PS ees ee

y r ,jhis throne, but the Parliame iid ‘and the conspicuous absence
Kentucky before returning to New , 4 iat Parliament F ead ee eed?
York and embarking for Europe, |!" what not long ago was abso- of ¢ ommunist war planes a
—U.P jlule monarchy, ha exercised | tite a silent but touching tribute

complete power over what form- to fa ~ he yp “ lags

“4 erly was untouchable. The inter- |# Similar event was to be ¢ yer-

od we vel . Legislature cervee {used and held fn North Korea, |

Bonth Expl - Sen, ae re free aim sure that General Glenn Bar-

On Airport

SAIGON, Aug. 15.

French Army Headquarter
a violent exphosion shook the city
lest night when a bomb exploded

said

to show

how shaky is the founda-

tion of monarchy in’ the Middle nen ron - eo ane
Fast. Monarehy, an_ institution PAYS, HRP me Sy SRN s
which, when respected by incum- :



on the airport two miles away,
but authorities said no casualtie
were caused. |
They said the explosion occu!
red when a sentry on the airport’
of Tansonhul saw two men carry- |
ing a bomb in the direction of one
of the hangars and opened fire
The two men made their getaway

econds before the explosion
authoritic aid caused
damage but

a few
which the
considerable
ualtic

Loubens Dead

PIERRE ST. MARTIN
CAVERNS, Franee Aug, 15
Chree weary explorers suffering
fram fatigue and acute depression

no cas-

UP





refused to return from the 1,100

abyss with the same shaky

tric winch and eable contrap-

ul that killed their friend and
sofieague Marcel Loubens, 33

Louben a Paris industrialist

¥ a0 was so “lucky” at his hobby

hat he refused to take out an in-

vrance, died at 21.15 GMT last

ight at the bottom of the pit where
© had lain unconscious for almost
30 hours, He fell 120 feet to the

jagged rocks below two days ago

when a slender cable snapped at
the point where it was Attached
te his parachute harnes and he

aied after receiving a blood trans-
fusion and plasma just before hi
companions were to hoist his inert
body out of the chasm
to a stretcher.

strapped



SIR ABDUL RAHIM DIELS
KARACHI Aug. 15.
Sir Abdul Rahim, 85-year-old
President of the Indian Legisiative
Assembly, died here this morning
after an attack of pneumonia





the scene, The said Anti-Cor
Munist youngste were cispellec
but later rallied again

} ist German new ervice
ADN” alleged that 200 banc
reided it eetin place

opened fire” the building
‘they did : y with what the
anti-Communi ileged|) red
West Berlir t i that there

AT

|

West Berlin Youths Invade Réd Meeting’

sereen consisted of 86
Sabre jets working about 150
miles from Seoul. The second
ecreen was made up of Royal Aus-

u The outer
bents, has sometimes served a use- J

ful purpose in encouraging stabil-
ity. It may be kept as a formality,



but real power has long since lian Air Force Meteor jets and
passed to. broader based legisla-/the third of 51 Mustangs, Not one
ives,” —U.P. Communist MIG 15 was sighted.





unset: 6.18
Moon: Last Sie. August 12.
Aghting . 740 °}.m

High Tide
Low Tide

LEADER









infall trem Codrington:
al Rainfall for month
1.18 ins

8 in
to Yesterday

id Velocity ; 7 miles per hour
ymeter: @.00 a.m.) 29.978: (3.00 pan)
29 929

TODAY
rise: 5.47 a.m

358 p.m
845 pm

12.26 a.m.,
8.24 am

nd Clark

Wage Word Fight

TOKYO, August 15.
in the Communist-United
Marshal Stalin and General
a new war of words over the

strife-torn peninsula in messages marking its liberation
from Japan and its indepencence.

0.11, the South Korean capital,
ailed on his people to take no
their fellows in North Korea.”

Moscow Radic quoted Marshal

\s ilin a® telling the North Koreas
jFcime Minister, Kim Ii Sung: ~!
ii you, comrade Prime Minister.
|v cecept my sincere congratula-

if 4s together with my best wishes
{to the heroic Korean people fo:
; tle successful struggle for the
freedom ane independence of
j*-eir country”.

Staiin’s message was to mark
the seventh anniversary of Korea’
“liberation” by the Red army
jfrom Japan

Clark's Message
but General Mark Clark, Units
Vitions commander, in a message
jto I



ns

orea on the fourth anniver-
scr of Korean independence:
offered his “profoundest admira-
tion and sincerest congratulations’

to the Republic.

He told President
Rhee that “with
ership, with
tude, your
ectablished

Syngman
your able lead-
stamina and forti-
countrymen have
a firm foundation for
autonomous existence”
Peking Radio quoted Mao Tse
Tung, Chinese Communist leader
ine tying that the Chinese wouid
“stand firm forever with the
Korean people in the Hight for
complete victory over the Ameri-
ean imperialist aggressors”. Com-
murnist China’s Premier Chou En
Li also sent Kim 1 Sung a mes-
sre lauding North Korea’s “con-
tr'bution .te world peace”,

'
|
| Kim I! Replies
| kim Il Sung in his reply
shal Stalin said “neither the
c‘eriological weapon nor other
rbarous crimes can break the
of the Korean people wno
ve heroically risen in a just
war.”
President Syngman Rhee, speak-.
at his inauguration ceremony
newly elected President for an-
ver term, declared that Korea’s
ithless enemy must be punished
and driven out of the country.”
He added: “the United States
and the United Nations have re
peatedly deelared that thelr aim
is the same as ours—the restora-
tion of all Korea as a free in-
dependent, united and democratic

Ss bs

nation, We know that Korea can-
not live divided and half occu-
pied.”

‘The position of the Pacific and
the world are interwoven with
what happens here. The call of
dut must be heard,” he sairt.
This was the time for dedication,

and every Korean was called to
“the noble and heroic role of op-
posing the tyranny of Commu-
nism”,—U.P.

Seek To Free Two

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.

Diplomatic sources said gn
Friday that United States Ambas-
ador to Japan Robert Murphy is
taking a leading part in efforts in
Tokyo to try to obtain the release
of two British Navy sailors serv-
ing a two and one half years



prison term, The sailors from a
British cruiser were arrested at
Kure over a month ago On a

—U.P.'charge of stealing.—U.P.

Havenga Arrives
In England

OUTHAMPTON, England,

chief, during his}
ef stay in London }

Aug, 15

suuth Africa's Finance Minister
Nicolas ¢ Havenga arrived here}

morning on his way to the)
World Bank ind = International
Tonetary Fund talks in Mexico}
( He will see Prime Minister,
Ciurehill and Chancellor of the|
Ey) chequer Richard Butler, Brit-|

financial
t

These talks with the two states-|

british

n and with other members of}

1 government here will concern
th present payments in gold for|
t exports, South Africa's.
inlireet contribution to the Com-|
monwealth gold’ resources, and)
& iin attitude to the existing;
ir price of gold |

—U,P.



HOLBORN CLUB ACCEPTS |
INVITATION TO T’DAD

The Holborn Cyele and Athletic!
Club have accepted an invitation |
from the All Stars Cycle and
Athletic Club of Trinidad to send
two representatives to take part
in « two-day meeting in rel





early in October,

The local club is hoping to send}
down a fully representative tearn
which will comprise of between
ten and twelve cyelists and two
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Carib Calling

R. W. M WOODHOUSE,
Building Development Ad-
viser to the Comp .rciter for
Development and Weifa leavis
the island tomorrow fcr a three-
weeks’ visit to Trinidad and

British Guiana

In Trinidad Mr. Woodhouse wi!)
be’ concerned with preparation
for the conference on Caribbean
timbers which is to be held unc:
the auspices of the Cariodbcan
Commissicn next year.

Subjects for discussion jn British
Guiana include the Development
of local timbers

lclidaying With Brother
ISS DAISY FERGUSSON o!



“Ravens Court”, Fontabel
left Barbados on Wednesday foi
e short stay in Trinidad. Miss

Fergusson will. be
Trinidad for

emaining it
bout eleven days a
a guest of her brother Mr. Wilfred
Fergusson Agsistant Att crne

General of Trinidad.

Cricketer Trarisferred
R. NORMAN MARSHALL
Intercolonial and Wanderers
Cricketer who is Assistant Man-
ager of the local branch of th
Singer Sewing Machine Co. har
been transferred to the Head
Office, which has been recently
removed from Puerto Rieo
Port-of-Spain.
Mr. Marshall’s absence
a less to local cricket
also mean promotion for him
his-new post. Carib joins in wi
ing him all the best and a happ)»
landing in his new ‘surroundings
Mr. Marshall’s wife will be to!
lowing later.

For Holiday

MONG the arrivals on Thurs-
- day morning by T.C.A. from
the ULS.A, was Mr. Aldwin Cher-
rie of Trinidad who is working
as a Pharmacist in the U.S.A. He
left the same morning for Trini-
dad where he will be spending a
holiday with his relatives,
Marjorie and Nora, his sisters and
mother are also holidaying in
Barbados and expect to returnyto
Trinidad soon,

Accountant, U.C,W.1.
MONG the intransit passen-
ers arriving by the S.S
Colombie this week were Mr. and
Mrs. Swaby of Jamaica who had
been-spending a holiday in the
Unitéd Kingdom. Mr. Swaby is
Accoyntant of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies.

To Study In the U.K.
EAVING the island on Thurs-
‘day by the M.V. Willemstad
for England was Miss Monica
daughter of Mrs, J. B. Deans o!
Enterprise, Christ Church and the
late Mr, St. John. Monica is an
old Queen's College girl.

Back to New York
RS. EDWARDS who has been
spending a holiday in
island as a guest at the Ocean View |
Hotel left the island last night for
New York. She is an American |
Authoress

will be
but it wil

R. SMART-ALLICK, of Nark-
over, followed with interest
the story of the advance copies
of .school examination papers
which came into the hands of
those who were about to sit for
the examination.
Interviewed yesterday he said:
“At Natkover, shortly before the



end-of-term examinations, we
have faked papers printed, to de-
ceive. the more enterprising

scholars, These papers are ‘stolen’
by one of the masters, who sells
them at so much a paper to the
scholars. The genuine papers are
printéd secretly by night, and are
kept in a safe in my study.” Com-
menting on this system, a history
master said: “The genuine papers .
are, of course, impossible to get
at, except for the richest boys.”



A battle of wits :
HERE was a famous occasion |
on which a light-fingered
classics master opened the safe
and substituted the fake papers |
for the genuine. He then sold
‘the genuine papers to the boys,
most of whom, of course, thought
they were, as usual, being swin-
dled, and tore them up after pay-
ing for them with dud cheques,
When Smart-Allick discovered
the theft from his safe, he sub-
stituted a third set of papers for
the previously substituted fakes,
thus, as he said, “putting one over
on those boys who had been too
wary to destroy the genuine pa-
pers before looking up the an-
swers.”
A delicate attention
YSTER merchants are begin-
ning to worry about pollution
by sea-borne oil. It will be diffi-
cult for a head-waiter to persuade
a big oil man that his oysters
were smeared with oil as a com-
pliment to him. “Don’t talk shop,”
the oil man will reply. “And when
you have a guest here who 1s in
the marmalade trade, do you put
marmalade on his oysters? No, I
thought not.”



Film news

of “Pickwick Papers” is in a
mess, It is said that Mr, Gary
Cooper has refused the part of Mr,
Pickwick, and Mr. Richard Wid-
mark is too busy to play Sam
Weller, Charles Dickens himself
appears in the film as a young
booteblack, who comments on the
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HE M.V WILLEMSTAD
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members of the Queen’s College

netball team, who had been on

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Games Mistress
her son, and Mis

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The tour
ja success not
qonly in the ex-,
maperience gained
in the games but
also from __ the
educational tours
they made.£very

was

opportunity was
; : given for visiting
TKS, M. WOTTON places of inter-
st and on their way back they
s.opped in at Grenada for a few
hours
Mrs. Wotton told the Advocate
that each member did her best
it the \eam pulicd rts weight a
was clearly shown by the result:
Out of seven games played, ihe
Queen’s Colege seam were vic-
to..0us in six games. To those who

entertained the team Mrs, Wottou



and the g s offer warm thanks
and while their stay was an en-
joyable one they are glad to be
back home.

Congratulations are due to Mit
Wotton for the training of the

girl Well done Queen’s College!

Teacher for Heliday
M* BRIGGS CLARKE, Assist-
ant’ Master at Harrison Col-
lege lef. on Wednesday to spen

two weeks’ holiday in Trinidad,

Off to Caracas
R. VAL. MeCOMIE Assistan
Master at the Lodge
School, left the island on Wednes-
cay by the S.S. Colombie for
Caracas, Mr. McComie will be
ay for four weeks.

Mr, MeComie who is French
Master at Lodge has been holiday-
ing in the various islands where
he is making detailed study ‘o!
languages.» He will now be in the
Spanish speaking atmosphere for
a short time.

Back Home
R, WALTER MERRIT, Chief
Sanitary Inspector of the
Parish of St, Michael, who at-
tended the Johns Hopkins Hospital,
returned from U.S.A. this week.
Mr. Merrit has not yet resumed
duties and Mr. Ben Gibson is still
acting Chief Sanitary Inspector of
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enters the bushes and quite
suddenly he finds the creature he
has been seeking. At first the
cee does not run away but
looks keenly at the little bear.
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he Mrs. Laing is the wife of
Mr. Michael Laing, Assistant}
Manager of Rediffusion Ltd.,
Trinidad
Sister’s Wedding

RRIVING in the island for a

d holiday was Mrs Percy

Ambrove who will also be attend-
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Medferd to Mr. Douglas Gill
which takes place to-day at St.
Leonard’s Church. Mrs. Ambrose
is the sister of the bride-to-be,

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Mss PAT BEST, daughter of
4 Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Best
uf two Mile Hill, returned to ihe

land on Tiursday by the M.V.
Willemstad from ‘Trinidad where
she was spending three weeks
holiday. Pat went: up with the
queen's College netball tearm

Thire Visit

RRIVING in the colony by
B.W.LA. on Thursday last
from Trinidad was Mr. Eldric EF.
Joseph, a retired Civil Servant of
Trinidad. Mr. Joseph has come
over to spend two weeks’ holiday.
This is his third visit to the
colony—the first was in 1943 when
he spent four and a half months;
the second in 1948 when he stayed

four months.

Mr. Joseph told Carib that Bar-
bados compares favourably with
other islands in the Caribbean
und thinks it the ideal spot for a



real holiday. He hopes to be re-
turning later. He is » guest at
Siver Beach Guest House.
Fer a Week
R. FRANK LINCOLN who
had been spending a short

holiday in Barbados left for
Jamaica by B.W.1LA. yesterday
morning.

Mr. Lincoln came in on Thurs-

day last week and has gone on to
Jamaica where he will spend one
week before returning to Trini-
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EAVING the island yesterday

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weeks’ holiday in the island. ‘Ar.
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John Robert Chancellor, former Y : thisroval: Si sale Fog’ Yohaths
Governor of Trinidad. He died at! LEO ou of this royal Sign seek to live high,
his home in Lancashire on August go after many credits. And you can
fak taaae "aie fetnh’s capt July 24—Aug. 22 achieve much with RIGHT effort. Let
st, aged 81. Sir John’s term mf | ae dy oshead Generous day to
office was from 1916-1921. PAe-| erat: EA sence elit oS
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Mr. Cutteridge

Another death that I have to
record is that of Mr. J. L. Cut-
teridge, former Director of Educa-
tion in Trinidad. Mr. Cutteridge
passed away at home in the Isle
of Man on August 2nd. He had
been ill for some time. Due to a
mistake in name: his death was
erroneously reported three years
ago, and Mr. Cutteridge read his
ywn “obituary” in the local press

Swing

T hear that Sunny Muntast of
Jamaica, who for six years led a
jazz outfit in Kingston now plans
to do the same thing in Birming-
ham where he has been living for
some. time. There are a number
of West Indians and West Afri-
cans in the city and Sunny hopes
to form two five-piece swing sec-
tions. The coloured vere
are pooling their finances unt
they can build up enough instru-
ments to get down to some solid
rehearsals. They hope to have
one band ready for public engage-
ments within five months.

Ambition

Miss Winifred Atwell, Trinidad’s
Queen of the Keyboard who can
play anything from Bach to Bgo-
gie reminded me this week of
a statement she made to me four
years ago. It was at the Hippo-
drome Theatre Golders Green.
“My ambition is to top the bill at
the London Palladium” she told
me,
achieved that ambition—or vir-
tually so. She and Miss Dolores
Gray and the Deep River Boys
share an equally prominent posi-
tion on the Palladium bill-board.
Critics have given her exception-
ally good write-ups.

nl
Talking Point
Moral indignation is
with a halo,

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issued to the Public will be based
on information received from the
Weather Forecasting Stations in
Puerto Rico and Trinidad and pos-
sibly in some instanees on local
observations

Warnings will normally be issued
to the Public in two stages. The
first stage will be a “Cautionary
Warning” which will be issued
either when it is known. that
stormy weather is expected to
affect the Island accompanied by
strong winds which will however
not reach hurricane force, or
when it is known that a well
developed hurricane is approach-
ing the Eastern Caribbean area
and will possibly pass in the vicin-
ity of this Island. A Cautionary
Warning will be communicated to
the Public in the following man-
ner—

By day—A Flag with a black
square on a red ground flown
at the mast heads of signal
stations.

By night—A red light hoisted at
the mast heads of signal sta-
tions.

By day and night—

Sirens will be sounded for one
minute, three times, with
an interval of half a minute
between blasts, repeated
every quarter of an hour
for an hour.

The police will notify the Chair-
men of Parochial Commit-
tees and outlying districts.

Loud speaker vans will tour
the Island.

Chureh and Plantation bells
will be rung rapidly at fre-
quent intervals for a quar-
ter of an hour,

Broadeasting at intervals will
be over the Government
Broadcasting set and Redif-
fusion.

The second stage will be a
“Hurricane Warning” which will
be issued when it is known that
there is a fully developed hurri-
cane in the Eastern Caribbean
area travelling on a course which
would take it near to or over this
Island. A Hurricane Warning
will be communicated to the Pub-
lic in the following manner—

By day—Two flags, each with
a black square on a _ red
ground, flown one above the
other at the mast heads of sig-
nal stations.





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By night—Two red lights one
above the other, hoisted at the
mast heads of signal stations.

By day and night—

Police will notify Chairmen
of Parochial Committees, and
outlying districts.

Loud speaker vans will tour
the Island.

Chureh and Plantation bells
rung rapidly and continuous-
ly for a period of a quarter
of an hour.

Two rockets or maroons will
be fired in quick succession
from Police Stations.
Broadcasting arrangements
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If after either a Cautionary
Warning or a Hurricane Warni
has been issued, it is found tha
the cdurse of the storm or hurri-
cane changes sufficiently to make
it pass this Island at a safe dis-
tance, then an “All Clear” an-
hnouncement will be made to the
Public. ,

This “All an-
nouncement will be communicated
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manner—

The Government Broadcasting
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five minutes for a period of
half an hour,

Signals will be lowered.

Rediffusion will repeat it at
suitable intervals.

Signals will be lowered.

Sirens will sound continuously
for three minutes,

In conclusion it should be noted
that hurricanes normally approach
this Island from a point .between
East and Eastsoutheast. This does
not mean that the wind at the
beginning of a hurricane will blow
from a point between East and
Eastsoutheast. In a hurricane the
winds blow in an anti-clockwise
manner around a centre and as
the hurricane approaches the
Island the wind must blow from
the northern quarter, usually be-
tween North ‘and Northeast.
After the centre of the hurricane
has passed the wind must blow
from the southern quarter. If
the centre of the storm passes to
the north of the Island, the wind
during the hurricane will shift
from north through east to south.
If the centre passes to the south
of the Island the wind will shift
from north through east to south.

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there may be disturbances in the
area which are quite unlikely to
affect this Island but whose pres-
ence may give rise to rumours.
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to inform the Public through the
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A HEATER in the Carnegie-Ilinois Steel Company in Homestead, Pa.,

Albert Kern, 98, of Pittsburgh, has his time card punched by officer Al
Stawartz. Ke, upon receiving word to report for work after the end
of the steel strike, was the first employee to show up. (International)

COUNTY CRICKET

, es

Surrey Fails To Win

\ 1 e u e
Match Against Warwick

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Aug. 15,

SURREY haven't made certain of that championship
yet. They were beaten to-day by Warwickshire and
Yorkshire scored an unexpected but nevertheless credit-
able victory over Hampshire by seventeen runs. A declar-
ation set Hampshire 193 runs in just over three hours, and
although they made a brave attempt they found the spin
bowling of Wardle and Close too much. Close who is
having a great season as an allrounder and can only nar-
rowly have missed selection for the fourth Test now in
progress, took six wickets for 94 runs.

Jack Robertson of Middlesex to- Yorkshire beat Hants by
day became the third player to 17 runs.



complete 2,000 runs this summer. Yorks ............ 270 and 217
Thus Robertson has preserved his for 7 dec’d.; Close 55.
distinction of being the only Eng- BME ore vis $0050 214 and 176

lish cricketer to reach 2,000 in

every post war season, se 6 for 94.





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Regional Labour ~

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TRAFFIC

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Barbados: R. N. Jack, Acting
Labour Commissioner.











British Guiana: W. M. Bissell.
Labour Commissioner. In Carlisle Ba
British Honduras: E. P. Brad- e y
ley, Labour Officer. Schooner May Olive, Sehooner Eme-
amaica: 3: . Seott ).B.E. 4 hooner Laudalpha, Schooner Esso
s erm nee H. Scott, O.BE Araba, Schooner Lydia A., Schooner
Labour Adviser. i D. Wallace, Schooner Philip 7
Leeward Islands — Antigua: ©. \avidsen, Schooner Everdene, Schooner
. asia » c > oO jo. huterprise 6. Schooner Rosarene,
Cc. Low a-Chee, Labour Commi Scheie ee Die. ene bhatt
sioner. Wolls, Schooner At Last, Schooner Won-
St. Kitts-Nevis: Major EB. WW. stu! Counsellor, Schooner had Sivex.
> ”, e 7 por Vessel T. B. Radar, Motor Vesse'
Grell, Labour Commissioner. —@i"s Maria, Schooner ‘Lucille M. Smith,
Trinidad: §. Hochoy, O.B.E., § mdy Noeleen, Schooner
Labour Commissioner, !
Wir = ae ARRIVALS
indward Islands: N. Pearson, S. Bruno, 1,549 tons, Capt. Holbers,
Labour Officer. from Cuidad Trujillo, Agents: Planta-
. -onanicati » thats Ltd,
_ Central Labour Organisation: S. Specialist, 4,445 tons, Capt. Wol-
C. Greaves Hill, Acting Chief «:, nholmes, from Swansea, Agents:
Lisison Officer. Mosers, DaCosta & Co., Lad
Rerratary: a > MLV. Canadian Challenger, 3,935 tons,
we y: R. G. Roe, Develop- Capt. Clarke, from Trinidad, Agent
ment and Welfare Organi@tion. Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd
DEPARTURES
LV. Willemstad for Plymouth | and
* Schooner Harriet Whittaker for Fishing
Petition Granted ©" se awru

His Rerdship Mr. Justice J, W. AT RIVALS BY B.W.LA, — THURSDAY
B. Chéhery in the Court of Ordin- *‘g™ prided: as

. . mple, Dairymple, De
ary yesterday morning granted sitva, D.. Mayer, K. Abbott, L. Millen,
the petition of Mrs. Leila J, Foster “!. Hen O. Henriksen, E, Pe

on, L. Henri . €. Batson, V
S ee Rvad, St. Michael, Forth, R. ‘Louse, Handatent, J, Skin-
ol etter

administration to y t astate ° Tioach, R, Ski ©,
he estate of her father, Edmund [Moac » Eb LRT E i munaDaY

. . pitts wien Gerald Stat
, Constance aten, Seraldine Staten,
The application, remarked Upon (jue Gittens, Bina Wilson, Frank

by His Lordship as an wnusual fieidon, Mary Sheldon, Louls Pitcher,

one, was in respect of an estate of /isle Beale, Seymoue Greenidge, Clar-

yee Carter, Marion Clarke.
Antle

t
Kenneth Blackburne, Lady Black-
rne, Martin Blackburne, Edrie Roberts,

rez Kanaja.
Trinidad t
Joseph tchman,

one who, formerly of this island, +
was last heard of in 1933 as re-
siding at 43 Clarendon Road
Lewisham, England, and who is
presumed to be dead,








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Mr. J. S._B. Dear who, instruc- Srown, Fr O’Nenie, fuser Pa nr)
ted by Mr, R. S. Nichoils, Solicitor flee Rtas Metancourt.” John
of the firm of R. S. ae faavis, David collins. William, oriekie:

ny, Solicitors, cite S- Dane it ladeline Dehaidu, Ce
bury to show that ‘attr Tapes Ho Ronen, Wt ie
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ar ‘ Law laaee ‘Eggiestield, Arthur Wallace,
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Sarah A, Esterbrooke, of St.
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BARBADOS eal ADVOCATE

fiw Send ea ere 2 Piven]:



Printed by the Advecate Ce., Lid., Bro-~- #1. Bridgetewn

Saturday, August 16, 1952

B. W.H. A.

THE recent decisign by British Overseas
Airways to attach to British West Indian
Airways an officer especially charged to
promote understanding of the role which
British West Indian Airways hopes to play
in Caribbean air development will be wel-
comed throughout the Caribbean.

To most West Indians except the resi
dents of Port-of-Spain, British West Indian
Airways has meant little more than the
name of an airlines which enjoyed special
rights to carry passengers within the British
Caribbean territories.

The need for economy and for the con-
sequent cutting of the heavy losses by
which British West Indian Airways was
virtually subsidising air travel in the
British Caribbean to the tune of more than
one million dollars annually has not been
appreciated by more than a small handful
of West Indians.

British West Indian Airways had been
taken so much for granted that few per-
sons had paused to ask whether the flyiny;
benefits which they had maintained during
their relatively short period of operation
had been paid for by West Indians.

In fact British West Indian Airways stil!
operates at a loss of several hundreds o:
thousands of dollars annually and this loss
is borne by the parent company, Britisi.
Overseas Airways, and not by the West
Indian traveller, or_by. local governments,

So far therefore from criticising Britis\:

West Indian Airways for any real o-
imaginary deficiency in their service pro-
vided for them West Indians ought to be
grateful for the benefits which they derive
from the operations of this Company.

The failure of, West Indians to appreciais
the debt they owe to British West Indian
Airways and de facto to British Overses ;
Airways has been due to a variety c!
reasons.

It is not easy to bring home to any but
the residents of Trinidad the West Indian
flavour of British West Indian Airways.

Unless West Indians visit the Chaco.
Street Headquarters of British West India:
Airways in Port-of-Spain or inspect the
hangars and maintenance workshops of
the Company at Piarco airfield they cannc:
reasonably be expected to appreciate th2
extent to which the Airways really de-
serves to be called West Indian,

Under normal. conditions the heac -
quarters in Port-of-Spain might have bee:
expected to pay particular attention i»
public relations and to ensure that th2
important role which British West Indian
Airways was fulfilling in the development
of inter-island communications was widely
understood. But conditions could hardly
be described as normal when/a little re-
flection will recall to mind the fact that ai
the time of taking over responsibility for
the running of British West Indian Air-
ways the Chairman of British Overseas
Airways Sir Miles Thomas was faced at
home with the formidable task of wipiny:
out annual deficits of millions of pounds.
This he has done and it is not surprising
therefore that the parent company is turn-
ing greater attention to the problems which
affect an airways company serving a chain
of scattered islands and territories, eacl
with their own systems of government.

The attempt which has been made by
Mr. John Rahr, General Manager of British
West Indian Airways, to win support for
the Airways on the grounds that it is a Wesi
Indian national airways has not been ‘too
successful because of the slow pace which:
is being followed by the British territories
towards closer political association.

The elimination of British Guiana and of
British Honduras from the proposed
federation also weakens the national aspect
of the Airways.

But although federation would have
simplified the procedure necessary for
negotiations between. Airways and govern-
ments, the inclusion of Aircraft and avia-
tion on the concurrent legislative list a:
proposed by the Standing Closer Associa-
tion Committee would still leave the way
wide open under federal government for
the maintenance of many of the potential.
ly irksome and restrictive powers which
individual governments now possess vis 2
vis the Airways.

By deciding to appoint an officer free to
travel extensively along the routes nov,
operated by the Company and free to dis-
cuss personally with official or other in-
terested persons problems’of directly locai
concern the Chairman of British Overseas
Airways has shown an understanding and
awareness of the peculiar problems which
must always arise in an area where
diversification and not unification is the
prevailing and dominant feature of all
activities.

_ At the same time the availability of such
an officer cannot help but increase the
natural if slow tendency for. the residents
of all the British Caribbean territories to
vegard British West Indian Airways, not
as an offshoot of an Airways Company
remotely controlled from a_ distant
European capital, but as their own airlines
Standing, metaphorically speaking, on its
own feet, balancing its: own budget’ and
proud of its association with a successful
ind pr sive British Airlines with an-
naticnai reputation,





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Our Common Heritage 17





A Gloomy Situation

The middle of the nineteenta
century saw a period of inereasing
production in the Island’s sugar
industry. As the century grew
older, the economy of Barbados,
resting as it did almost entirely
ou sugar, continued to be fairly
stable, The reasons for that are
not far to seek. There was a steady
increase in the population, yield-
ing a plentiful supply’ of labour.
Steam factories were gradually
taking the place of windmills and
greater atenibn was being given

to the appli m of manures,
But before long, the Island was
to be faced with one of those
crises that have frequently oc-
curred in its nity The main
reason for the economic distress
which now came upon the Island
was that the price of sugar had
dropped very sharply. The conti-
nent of Europe had found another
source to supply its sugar needs.
Countries like France, Russia,
Belgium and Holland went in for
the production of sugar beet and
decided to help the new industry
with bounties or grants that ranged
from one pound to five pounds
per ton, The sugar producer on
the continent made a good profit
in his home market and could the.
afford to sell his surplus sugar to
England below cost. That was
disastious for the West Indian
planters who could not sell their
sugar to the Européan countries
because the latter imposed high
to protect their own pio-

ducers from outside competition,

It was a gloomy situation and
no one seemed to know the way
out of it. Even nature appeared
unwilling to help and drought,
following drought, helped to make

en ll iin

JOHN REDMAN BOVELL

canes and instructed his over-
seers io keep g sharp lookout for
any grass-like plants tnat looked
unfamiliar, Eventually, an over-
seer, named J. B. Pilgrim, came
across some strange little plan’:
that he could not identify.
discovery was promptly reported
to Bovell who set out the new
seedlings in a field by themselves.
In due course, the idea first moot-
ed by J. W. Parris—that the seed
of sugar cane would germinate
under ‘certain conditions — was
proved to Bovell’s satisfaction
when the seedlings at Doddg de-
veloped into sugar canes. What-
ever doubts still jremained on
the subject were completely re-
moved when Bovell and Pro-
fessor Harrison, working together,
proved the fertility of sugar cane
seed by actual germination tes's.

Encouraged by this happy re-
sult, Bovell and Harrison turnid
their attention to a number of
vital experiments dealing with
the effect of manure on the cul-
tivation of the sugar cane, the
comparative value of varieties
that alreedy existed and the pos-
sibility of raising new. Varicties
of sugar cane from seed,

The

~

the outlook even worse. In. this
critical period of decline, the only
thing that made rapid progress

-ly F .A. Hoyos



to come in from all parts of thn
Caribbean, In 1899 he was per-|
suaded to give his advice and
guidance to St. Kitts and Antigua
where he statted certain sugar
cane experiménts. When _ St,
Vincent was visited by volcanic
ei.uptions in 1902 and 1907, he was
sent there to report on the
damage, In 1909, when Puerto
Rico’s sugar cane was attacked
by disea#es, he was invited to in-
vestigate the ravages on a num-
ber of plantations. The Following
year he travelled to St. Croix, at
the invitation of its governor, and
piepared a scheme which eventu-
illy led to the establishment of
the St. Croix Experiment Station
In 1917 he was invited by the
governors of Guadeloupe and
Martinique to investigate the sugar
industry in the French colonies
and his report led to the egiab-
lishment of an agricultural experi.
ment Station in Guadeloupe.
Even St. Domingo and Jamaica
competed with other islands to
obtain Bovell’s advice on the agri-
culture of the sugar cane.

It must not be thought that
Eovell’s interest in West Indian
agricultuie was limited to the
cultivation of sugar cane, He was
greatly interetied in many other
crops, including the cotton industry
of Barbados, and took no little
pride in the various strains of
Sea Island Cotton whicn he
developed.

Appropriate Memorial

Bovell’s experiments with
sugar cane seedlings turned out
\c be a matter of international im-
pu.tance, At about the same time
similar investigations were being
unde,taken in Java and by a
strange co-ineidence, the fertility
ol sugar cane seeds was establish-
ed within six months of Bovell’s
ciscovery. Dr, Benecke of Java

NOBOD
DIARY

Monday ~— On behalf of the standpipe

masses I hereby protest against the|

turning off of the Fountain water.

How can it depress the majority of
the island’s inhabitants, who have no
running water in_their homes or hovels,
if the few thousands who pay for this
privilege have to content themselves
with a trickling shower ?

One of the things which give satisfac-
tion to the waterless masses is the sight
of the water gushing from the Fountain.
Even the expert says that only a small
saving of water is made when the Foun-
tain does not play.

Why then be so niggly : Let it play,

at full blast!

Only one person in sixteen in the
United Kingdom has water in their
houses but do they stop the fountains
in Trafalgar Square from playing? You
bet they don’t. If people can’t have water
in their homes they like to see it play-
ing in their fountains.

Turn on the Trafalgar Fountain and
while you’re about it fill up the Consti-
tution Lake. If water is Scarce let’s
have a rationing scheme but hands off
the Fountain, say the standpipe com-

munity on whose behalf I am proud to
speak (Loud huzzas and cheers from the

Civie Circle).

Tuesday — Pardon my standpipe laugh. I
But I can’t help it.

know it’s vulgar.

LO OL LL LLL LL A A

Y’S |

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You see they have built a fish shed at
Paynes Bay. And in this shed they have

happened to be several months
‘head of Bovell, but neither
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While J. W. Parns must be
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was more We Seeite te te wrens not lost the courage and resilience distance between them, they were
disease thar,any other variety. that had distinguished their an- pioneers in the search for new
It is small wonder that the cestors. Seeing a glimmer of hope varieties to improve the cultiva-
Barbadian planters, whose ances- in the investigations of Bovell and tion of sugar cane. After his first
tors had survived all the ravages Harrison, they gave the latter their success, Bovell continued with his
ot hurricane and drought, pesti- ready co-operation. They wel- experiments and propagated many
lence and social unrest, began to comed the manurial experiments sugar cane seedlings and hybrids,
falter in face of a situation over With sugar aane and adopted what- Several of these, inch the
which he had no‘controi, A suc- ever suggestions were made for famous B.H.10 (12), were to
cession of poor harvests and fall- increasing their crop in crder to be the means of saving the sugar
ing prices had brought many to offset the low prices then prevail- industry not only in Barbados but
the ruin of bankruptcy. Those ing. The increased use of artificial in other parts of the world,
who remained saw their resources Manures, as a direct result of the It is well to remember that
dwindling steadily away. ‘They experiments at Dodds, produced Bovell had no highly tzainea
resorted to the methods that led the bumper crop of 1890 and specialists and no well-equipped
to inefficiency. They employed brought the Island a welcome laboratories to help him in his



erected a concrete slab.
used?

fish stories.

Further along the beach in the heart
of cast-off-clothing land, a centre for the
I hope
soon to get some support for my solo
clean the beach campaign. Or perhaps

just-over-teen-agers is growing.

the younger set don’t see what I see.

Wednesday — Couldn’t we have a bit of fun
next June during Coronation Weel?
Impress the Government Water Boat,
enlist (“Barbadoes” if necessary) the
Pocket Players and stage the landing at
Holetown all over again? Think of thie
fun and games! All the hoi polloi (that’s
you and me) could stand around wear-

And do you
know how the concrete slab is being
That’s right! the wise boys of
the neighbourhood sit upon it and tell





SUITCASES
_? LADIES
OVERNIGHT BAGS

&

less labour, used less manure and measure of relief.
imported fewer chemical fertili-

sers. It is not surprising that the

West Indian Reputation

invesugations. “When I asked the
Governor of Barbados, Sir William
Robinson,” Bovell once wrote, “to

ing Jacobean dress or Arawak grass
skirts according to choice. There would

But the grave problem still re- allow me to carry out the sugar
SAitonia eating wom ah mained to be tackled. {t was im- cane expeiiments and informed
foie a6 fasingly difficult to perative that an alternative should him that Harrison was willing to
intadet oer high stanites a4 of %& found for the Bourbon cane, help, he informed us that we
cultivation on ‘Which the Island which had long been the chief could carry ‘them out but that we
had long prided. iteelf source of the world’s sugar sup- must not ask for any money; and
War x Enpe: ‘ ply, but had now collapsed under so for some time I had to buy a
‘reaching Experiments — tne’ attacks of the fungus diseases. Quantity of chemical, botanical
Tt was in these circumstances Since his appointment a3 Superiu- and biological apparatus, and for
—during a period of great perli tendent of Dodds, Bovell had been years, in addition, to pay an
for the Island — that John Red- engaged in experimental work, assistant out of my salary.” Such
man Bovell come forward to serve testing varieties of canes from 4 Stipulation would seem fantastic
his native land and the larger jhe Botanical Department of Ja- t© the modern research worker,
outside world. It is certain that maica. Now, with disaster facing yet it was in duch circumstances
without his genius and that of his the sugar industry, he resolved to that Bovell carried out experi-
co-worker, .Professor J. B. Hav- intensify his study of new varieties, ments that were to have far-
tison, Barbados and the West Such of his seedlings as cane from Teaching results, Such is the debt
Indies would have fallen into ir- the Bourbon variety were immedi- that the sugar industry of the
retrievable ruin. ately abandoned and the White World owes to the discovery of
In the year 1859 — when Boveil Transparent cane was selected for Came seedlings and the develop-
was only four old — the ©xperiment because it showed the Ment of new varieties that Bar-
owner Hi id plantation, greatest resistance to the fungus bedos is justly proud of her
Ke reported in the disease which had brought the distinguished son,

Press that he had seen sugar cane Collapse of the Bourbon,
seedlings on his land and that the
seedlings were from the Bourbon

Boveil’s success in this experi-

In 1908 Bovell was awarded the
Imperial Service Order for his in-
valuable work jn tropical agricul-

Transpa om ment in 1888 was an event of the ture. But a far more adequate
porn Ha deere hn: Spleen first importance, Recognition was expression was found for West
a startling discovery, that was to slow in coming at first, It was Indian gratitude when a scholar-
prove of world-wide importance, not until some eleven years later ship was establidhed in his name
but at the time it went almost ‘hat Sir Daniel Morris, then head at Imperial College of Tropical
comple unnoticed. Though of the Imperial Department of Agriculture. in Trinidad. The
Parris’s discovery received little Agriculture, publicly called atten- decision of the Barbados Govern-
credence at first, the opinion tion to the value of seedling canes ment in 1937, nine years after his

steadily gained ground that in the great battle to save the death, to award two scholarships
the seed of the sugar cane West Indian sugar industry from in every three years, to the value
was fertile. As Bovell grew up, !Uin. In recognition of his services of £150 each per annum for three

he came to hear of the alleged 8 a research worker, Bovell was years, together with free tuition,
discovery of 1859 and his curiosity appointed to take charge of the provided the sort of memorial that
was aroused. When he was ap- ‘ield work in Barbados as Agricul- would have gladdened the heart

pointed Superintendent of the
Dodds Reformatory and Industrial
School in 1883, he began, with the
permission of the Government, to

work on the testing of varieties of Calls for his services soon began
denestimnetpensvicies+t Geopieild Genin adcieriietiniass

tural Superintendent of

cane experiments.
Bavell’s reputation now begar

to travel beyond his native land.

sugar.



of the man who worked with
single-minded devotion to advance
the cause of tropical agriculture.

(Next Saturday:—
HERBERT GREAVES).



No. We Couldn't Debunk The
Men Of The Air |

The Saints and Sinners Club
specialises in the pleasant art of
Del + Pomposity has a
rough time if it rears its head, and
false modesty is shrivelled like a
raisin,

Bookmakers; editors, comedians,
lawyers, sentimentalists, satirists
and politicians—you will find all
pha in the limited member-

ip.

But last month the chairman,
Frank . Gentle, branched out.
We held an aviation lunch, and
when it was over everyone
knew that something significant
and ‘even’! memorable had

happened.

in that gathering were some
of the mers and madmen
who jade ithe first airplanes
and them. And sprinkled
among Ruests were airmen
of to-day who race across the
world as if it were not much
bigger than a pond.

Flying Pig

There was Sir Frederick Hand-
ley Page, who at 67 years of age
speaks as if he is making himselt
heard above the roar of the en-
gine, “They said the German
planes would be better than ours,”
ne said. “They weren't!” ‘Near
him was Lord Brabazon, pilot No.




1, who, on one of his first flights
in those far-off days, took up a
pig with him to prove that pigs
ean fly,

“Did they put it in a museum?
No, It sold for about five shillings
above its market price and pro-
vided am. English dinner.”

That gay, limbless hero Dougla
Bader, who refuses to stay on the

By Heverley Haxter

ground for more tnan a few da
at a time, jested well and oun
us deeply in the process: George
Ward and Laddie Iueas, young
veterans of the last war in the
air, looked with ‘proper respect
upon Sir Miles Thomas, who pilots
B.O.A.C. on. its. difficult course
around the world,

There was bravado im the air,
but there were ghosts as well

_ + « the men who gave their

lives in conquering that last

free element, the air.

No wonder Aneurin Bevan, as
a private guest, looked on and
Wes content to be: silent, The
only saints or sinners that mat-
teredat that luncheon were those
with wings,

Page Turns
History writes: with an ironic
pen, The next day at the House
of Commons there were two
functions in adjoining private
rdoms. One was jan official wel-
tome to visiting German journal-
ists, the other was given by
William Teeling in honour of the

Japanese Ambassador.

His Excellency told us that the

emperor had not lost the devotion
of his people. “In Japan,” he said,
“we think of the nation as a

family, and he is,the head of the
family.”
I have always believed that it
was a bad day when we ended the
lo-Japanese alliance, It re-

moved the last restraini



ig in-

*
fluence on a nation which was un-
ceasingly dominated by arrogance
and fear. But America insisted,
and we bowed to her will.

This Liberty ?

In a week crowded with events
I had some doubts about accepting
the invitation to attend a party at
the Polish Embassy to celebrate
the anniversary of that country’s
liberation.

Poland’s liberation? Was that

when Russia stabbed her in the
back while she was fighting for
survival against Hitler's blitz-
krieg? Was it in the last stages of
the war, when the Warsaw Resis-
tance Movement struck at the
Germans and the Russians did not
move a soldier to help,
_ Or perhaps the celebration was
in honour of the day when Poland
exchanged her Nazi masters for
the men of the Kremlin.

Mirthless
it was a strange company that
gathered at the Embassy in Port-
land - place. There were lots
and lots of our Left-wingers cavi-
are and vodka, were to be had,
but not even the politeness of a
guest could make me say that

it was a merry party.
I met one of the Russian Em-
bassy staff who seemed rather
depressed, Perhaps he is anxious







abcut the new Ambassador
Gromyko who may make changes.
Every true Russian naturally
wants to return to his beloved
Fatherland, but may not be|
equ nxious to go to the next!
\ ore his time, |
—L.E.S. '

of course be oceans of drinking, a catch
or two and the inevitable steel-band.
Capt. Raison and the Police Band and
the musical horses would be given 2a
The
whole exciting performance could be
filmed by the British Council and shown
to school children in England to make
them Empire-minded. We've got to de
something to compete with the Carib-
bean Festival that’s just ended in Haiti.

Besides I get a bit tired with the same
old parades by the Police Band. Don’:

week’s holiday. They deserve it.

you? There would of course be somc

connection between the Pageant and the
On June 2nd there would be a
most dignified and traditional Barbadian
ceremony during which the name “Hole”
would be decorously buried and w.e.f.
June 2 1953 the capital of the St. James

Throne.

Coast would be Queenstown or if that’s
not good enough Elizabethville.

But in any case we’ve had enough of
the Hole. It’s too shabby for the miu-
eral coast.

P.S. To mark the breach with the pasi
the wealthy residents or property own-
ers of the Platinum Coast will (I hope)
present the people of Barbados with «

miniature open air Greek Theatre and)

a large fountain on condition that the
fountain is never turned off.

Thursday—People are asking whether
Temple Yard is the Valhalla of hawk-
ers!

Friday — The big advertisers are missing an
opportunity. The country shops of Bar-
bados are to say the least not pretty
The advertisers go along and erect
signs, Drink, Eat Relax ete., etc.

What they should do is combine ad.
vertising with shop improvement. A
coat of paint: a couple of flowering pots:
a cluster of hibiscus: would have mor«
effect on the passerby than a metal sign.
And the more attractive the shop th¢
more business. Besides tourists like it
and everybody wants tourists. Becaus>
without tourists we could not afford to
buy the spoons to stir the sugar in our
sweet water.

Saturday —I hope the Fisheries Officer ha:
read about the latest CDC Flop. It seem
that something like a quarter of a mil
lion (sterling) has been consumed it
search for sea-fish off the Seychelles.

They found it seems more shells tha:
fish and are selling out their stock.

It is just possible that some of the net:
and a trawler or two might be obtained
for the local fishery experimental s.e
tion.

P.S. With seaweed in the news anc
gelatin in short supply can anyone tell
me why we see so little sea moss? They
tell me it crawls with vitamins.

P.P.S. For North Americans only :

“It’s cooler in Barbados (See Breeze
passim.)”

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C.J. Confirms Rates In Yonkers Case

Progressive Co. Petition
Accepted By Vestry

HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice, Sir Allan Colly-
more, in the Court of Common Pleas yesterday dismissed
with costs the petition of the Yonkers Motor Omnibus Co.
Ltd., objecting against the rates the St. Michael Vestry
laid upon them for 1952-53, and confirmed the Vestry’s

rates.

‘The decision came after three days hearing—Wednes-
day and Friday last week, and Thursday this week. The
Vestry had assessed the Company at $644.03 in respect of
a profit of $5,236, but they claimed that they had made no
nrofit during the previous year from which the Vestry

‘vas basing its rates.

The case was one of three in side; but apart from that, there
which Bus Companies objected to are many discrepancies as between
the rates laid upon them by the that and the other returns book

Vestry, In the one the National which cannot be explained.

Co, brought against the Vestry, Refus i
His Lordship upset the Vestry’s fused Auditors

rates and ruled that the taxable

amount was $401.32 and

$6,012 the Vestry had laid.
The other case, the on

said that they w
returns of that Co;
been rated at $599.76 in respect to, or did not take account of many
* $ on eo ar oe of the books, The Abstract Book

1a ey ought only to have been therefor. ‘ ; 4 aa
assessed in respect of $1,005. therefore cannot be gaid to be a

Mr. G. H. Adams, associated yaw g rs in th aily

with Mr. J. E. T. Braneker. view of what appears in the Daily
structed by Messrs. Yearwood & ranspor'
Boyce, Solicitors, who appeared Pare oe
for the National Bus Co., also
appeared fer the Yonkers Co.
E. W. Barrow, instructed by
seme Solicitors, represented
Progressive Co, *

His Lordship said: “By their
petition, the Yonkers Motor Omni-
bus Co., Ltd., sought relief from
the rate laid and astessed by th

Vestry of the parish of St. accounts on the fa

Rlehael” oad aNd ce of them are
= sae tae peeined ooua inaccurate and false, allowing may-
be $644.03.

The Yonkers Motor Omnibus Co..
Ltd., in their petition declared that
they should not have been rated
at all as for the year’s rating the
business resulted in a loss. of the Company must be dismissed

It is for the Petitioner, Company with nd t j
to substantiate their claim for re- Ree ee

lief. The Vestry is authorised under
the Act to rate the Company which
has been in existence for one year,
by comparing the profit earned
by similar companies for similar
business, The case of the Progressive then
4 came for hearing. Mr. Reece said

Remarkable Disclosures that the Vestry would accept the

Company was put in evidence and .hould be allowed the Company.
remarkable disclosures were His Lordship said that there was
gleaned from that book. I have yo dispute about that, but the ques-
examined that Dook and shall only tion was in respect of how many
give certain examples of what days. Normally, he thought it
appears in it. On the 8rd of July, might be for the first day of the
the number of buses show that three cases, and ‘for yesterday, for
the day’s takings—the total for the jt was evident from the start ‘that

day is extended in the right column 4, 0; be tried
of that book are $252.34, An addi- pe ld aye ae fer be

tion of the figures in the respective ~“jyjq> Barrow said that the
columns does not amount to that, witnesses had to attend the Court
but only $152.34, and there can each day when the other. eases
clearly be seen the super-imposi- wore being heard as there was
tion of the figures, a two for the never any knowing when they
figure one, that is, the figure two in wong be required, He had intimat-
place of the correct figure one. ed from the first day when he
There are a multitude of similar Citlined the case. what evidence
instances, ss we see in the book, hoe had and how they would sub-
and for the month of December stantiate their allegations to prove
there are 14 occasions on which tat the returns should stand, and
the additions are wrong as appears. tig Learned Friend had an oppor-
in the right hand column; and in’ tunity from that time to agree with
most instances where additions ¢po returns,
are made, these additions are com- Besides, the Vestry had called
paratively large sums of money, upon them to produce their books
ofttimes as much as $100 for a day. fom the start, and had never en-
Thus there can be no disputing geayoured to go through them,
the fact that throughout that book 4p inference being that they

there are alterations in the figures |. ; 7 hic
and additions in the right hand oon had nothing upon which
column of various pages, . 7 is

No explanation is forthcoming ti eae piggy Mtge pete

from the petitioner Company, as ; S
how, by whom, or for what purpose EO SORES CAPES OUTS ORY

these alterations, additions and
erroneous entries were made. No -
one would do such a_ thing— Twelve Get Work
increase the gross receipts for the ; = ‘ i
emounts appearing in the respec- 6 ,
tive columns representing the true On Specialist
takings each day. : Twelve Barbadian seamen
There arises therefore the ir- were chosen yesterday to work
resistible inference that large on the Harrison Liner, 8.8.
amounts were received as takings §pecialist. Some will be firemen,
which did not appear in the various others are A.B’s. and cooks. Two
coluinns for the days takings, and boys were also picked.
it can only be said that these alter- ‘Ag soon as the news got around
ations and additions were made in that the Specialist would be taking
order to bolster up, for appear- on seamen, many men who were
ances sake, the wrong figures put gathered on. the wharf flocked to
as gross takings. the office of the Harbour and
Although it wag only by means Shipping Master,
of a spot check of these books
that an audit was made by the
auditor of the Company, it is pass- . ye
ing strange that all these altera- Case Adjourned

tions and additions should still

forms of books which must be kept,
but as I have said, the accounts

cannot expect relief from the tax-
ing authorities. or from the Court.

Act by the Vestry, stands, I shall
confirm the rates in the book.

Accepts Returns







never come to his attention as His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

ing revealed it i that City Police Magistrate, yesterday
Pies? oe cat ccee ce the adjourned until the 29th instant
additions and alterations made,

various amounts in the respective
columns, because he took the totals
appearing in the right hand total
column, regardless of what the 16th July,
true additions were.

There is also under review the
Highways & Transport book and
the explanation of the Managing gence yesterday.

Director about the number of pas- The matter was adjourned yes-
sengers carried which seems to terday because Sgt. Gill could not

have been accepted by the other- attend the Court due to illness.
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The Company refused at one
stage to two suggested auditors and
not eventually by agreement, Witness
, _,. Mr. Cuke twas admitted to inspect
c ein which the book. He proceeded to examine
the Progressive Bus Co, objected the Abstract Book which was made
was set down for hearing yester- up from various sources, including
day, but Counsel for the Vestry the Daily Returns Book which 1
vould accept the have previously mentioned. Aprar-
mpany, They had ently he either did not have access

true picture of the accounts in
in- Returns Book and the Highways

Individual traders, Trading Com-
panies, should keep true and accu-
, MY. rate accounts of their business
the gealings. If traders keep no
the accounts, there must be satisfied
with the rates laid by the taxing
authorities. There are no specific

© must be true and accurate. if the
be for an occasional error, traders

In the circumstances of this case,
without finding it necessary to go
into greater detail, the objections

were authorised to pay under the

further hearing of the case
‘ “heclé a tal brought by the Police against
was any checkymade by him-of the Martha John who is charged with
mal-treating her three-and-a-
half-year-old child on 7th and

John pleaded guilty to the
charge at an earlier hearing, and
it was expected that Sgt. Gill who
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MR. C, 8, HUSBANDS

C. S. HUSBANDS
ADMITTED TO
BAR BY C.J.

Before the business of the
Court of Common Pleas was be-
gun yesterday morning, His Lord-
ship the Chief Justice, Sir Allan
Collymore, Kt., welcomed on be-
half of himself and Mr. Justice
Chenery, Mr. Clifford S. Husbands
to the Local Bar, and admitted
him to practice in the Courts of
the Island.

Many members of the bar, some
of whom had to occupy seats in
the jury box, as well as friends
and well wishers of Mr, Husbands
attended to witness the ceremony.

Hon. Mr. C. Wylie, Attorney
General, introduced Mr. Husbands
to Their Lordships, and said:

“May it please Your Lordships,
I apply this morning for Mr. Clif-
ford S. Husbands to be admitted
to practice in the Courts of this
island.

Mr. Husbands was born in Bar-
bados on the 5th August 1926, the
son of the late Mr. A. S, Husbands
J.P., and Mrs, Husbands of Babbs
Plantation, St. Lucey. He was edu-
cated at the Parry School, St.
Lucy, and at Harrison College
until 1946. From 1946 until 1949
he was an Assistant Master at the
Parry School,

He was admitted to the Middle
Temple in 1949 ,and arrived in
the United Kingdom, the same
year. He took his finals to the
Bar Examination in December
1951, and was called to the Eng-
lish Bar on the 13th May, 1952.

“Subsequent to taking his finals,
he took a post final course lasting
for three months from February
to May this year, and in addition
to the usual Certificate of Call,
I have here a Certificate regard-
ing that Course which shows that
it was indeed a thorough and use-
ful course for a gentleman about
to undertake the practice of his
profession as a barrister.”

His Lordship the Chief, Justice,
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in wel-
com'g Mr, Husbands said: —~

“I congratulate you from this’
Bench on your call to the English
Bar, and I welcome you on your
introduction to the Bar of this
island.

Post Call Course

So far as I am aware, you are
the first barrister admitted to
practise in the Courts of this
istand who has had the advantage
of the newly instituted Post Call
‘ourse which to some extent, as
I understand it, takes the place
of ihose teachings which a Barris-
ter may derive from reading in
Chambers with a practising bar-
rister of some years’ experience,

I am pleased at that, and I am
sure you will derive great benefit
from that course.

I fear that you will find your
branch of the profession some-
what overcrowded, but the gener-
osity of the “Seniors”, I am glad
to say, still continues, and it may
be that you may get some benefit
by being given work which they
are too busy to undertake. How-
ever I wish you success in your
profession, the traditions and dig-
nity of which I fee! sure, you will
endeavour to uphold. _ You are
now admitted to practise in all
the Courts of this Island, and I
welcome you on your admission.

Replying, Mr. Husbands _said:-—

“My Lord, I am deeply _hon-
oured to be introduced to the Lo-
cal Bar by the learned Attorney
General this morning, but there is
only one regret, and that is, that
one of those whose desire it was
that I should practise at this Bar,
is not here with us. However, I
am, very pleased that my learned
Friend the Attorney General has
madevreference to him.

“J am most grateful to you, My
Lord, for the welcome, the kind
remarks and the kind warning of
the possibilities that this Bar is
becoming overcrowded. It has
alWays been my humble opinion
that every additional good barris-
ter is an asset to any Bar. My
aim is to be a good barrister.

Deeply conscious of. the noble
traditions of the English Bar o
which I am extremely proud and
hapyy.to be a member, T shall on
every occasion endeavour as_a

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Stresses Aims For People

MR. HILBERT WILKIN-
SON, organiser and founder
of the American Aid Society
Inc. for the West Indies, teld

a gathering including the

leading social workers 0:
Barbados at Bethel Hall on
Thursday night, of the work
that the Society was doing for
the destitute people of Bar-
bados and the West Indies.
Mr. Wilkinson, a Barbadian
residing in the U.S.A. for the
past 32 years, has his 6wn
printing establishment. He
arrived here recently on a
visit, his second in five years
and is staying with his rela-
tives in Bank Hall Road.
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Ms, John Beckles who introduced
Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson and_ his
cousin, Mr. Otway Wilkinson an-
other Barbadian who is a prom-

inent member of the Americar”

Aid Society.

Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson, explain-
ing his mission to Barbados told
how the Society was formed four
years ago. At that time he said

that it was not incorporated and *t

quite a number of people felt that
enly Barbadians in America were
lcoking after the interests of tir
own people back home, but that
was not so. The Society since had
its charter and served islands in
the West Indies-including Jamgi-

ca, St. Kitts, Nevis, Antigua, «

Trinidad, and Barbados.

He said that proper books were
kept and the organisation was run
on strictly business lines. The
members of th: Committee com-
prising Barbadi:ns were not com-
pensated in any way and the work
rerformed by them was done
voluntarily.

He said that the Society sent
gifts of clothing frequently to
Barbados to be distributed among
ihe poor people and there were
rumours which apparently came
from this island that had reached
the Committee of the Society say~!
ing that the people vr whom the
gitts were intended, got little or
none of them. Such rumours be-
gan to affect the work of the
Society and he especially visited
the island at this time to consoli- |
cate the work of the soniety |
and to appoint a Steering
Committee who would be able to |
look after the distribution of items |
received from the Society in aid
of the poor, |

The Committee comprising Mrs, |
H. G. Cummins, Mrs. Olga Sym- |
monds, Madame Ifill, Mrs. L. A. |
Hall and Mr. A. Lloyd Mayers
would be rexyponsible for all the |
articles sent to Barbados on be- |
half of the Society and they would |
see that the instructions regard- |
ing the distribution to the vari-/
ous parishes were carried out.

It is hoped now that this Com-
mitter has been appointed, all per-
sons having any grievances or



rdtr to relieve to soye



s isting co.ditions

ciety fcr distribu-

n of the Society
under-priv-

rica, if wort



ine disibucen

formation of ths
Wilkinson’s reraarks. “Chey remained in Trinidad for a
He said that
was no millicn do lar corporation,
but the members had got tage.
{ emething for the poor p:o-
Je and were trying their b

He emphasised that
dos should not try to by°-
f the dist ,)-
d clothing by send-

were to continue,

Whi'z it would be
very sad thing to do, yet accord-
s to their charter, they would
to continue contributing to
the other West Indian islands,

Mrs. Symmonds on behalf of the
Committee promised that
they would do all in their power
to see that the instructions of the
Society were carried out and that
distributions would be made to the
most, deserving cases,



Fire At Brevitor
Plantation

fire at Brevitor
Peter, at about
Wednesday burnt one and a quar-
ter acres of sour grass,
is the property of J, W. and H. M.
It was not insured.

12.30 p.m. on







AUNT CHLOE—:s you know |

Always uses PETER’S cocoa,

VETER’S choco ate cake supreme

PETER’S chocolate cream
Your men friends will love it and the
women too
And not a crumb will they leave for
you.
PETER’S CHOCOLATE CAKE SUPREME,
Cream %4 cup butter or margarine and 1 cup sugar,
_ Add besten yolks of 2 eggs. Stir in 1% cups flour sifted
with 2 teaspoons baking powder and 3 tablespoons PETER’S





$ hes been proved outstandingly
sL4¢] _sild for cil typar of skint

Trinidad

Sixteen Queen’s College
Rangers returned to the island
yesterday morning by the M.V.
Canadian Challenger from Trini-
dad, In charge 2! the girls were
Miss C. Jordan and Miss _1,
Pickering.

While in Trinidad, the girls
camped at the Trinidad Girl
Guide Headquarters at Belmont
They made trips to San Fernanco.
La Brea and Point-a-Pierre. At
Point-a-Pierre they were taken
around the oilfields.

The Camp Commandant was
Miss Eleanor Nurse and she
was assisted by Miss Beryl Skeeie.































:

GEORGE PAYNE'S

IS

GOOD COCOA

holiday.

Both Miss Jordan and Miss
Pickering teid the Advocate yes-
terday that -heir visit was a very
successful one. “The Trinidad
Guides were very hospitable to
us,” they said.

Those returning yesterday
were: Miss C. Jordan, Miss I.
Pickering, Joan Best, Yvonne
Barnwell, Thelma Brathwaite,
Doreen Dear, Andoline King,
Maridene King, Anita Lawhar,
Leila Mascoll, Patricia Maxwell,
Joyee Maynard, Daphne Smith,
Joan Walker, Marcia Yarde, Jean
Best and Clarita Jordan.

‘Challenger’ Taking
Sugar « Miolasses
For Canada

The Motor Véssel Canadian
Challenger, under the command
of Commander Victor Clarke,
arrived here yesterday morning
from Trinidad with 120 tons of
cargo to be landed. This cargo
originated from Australia, Colom-
bo and Trinidad,

Already the ship has been load-
ing 2,500 tons of sugar at British
Guiana, She will now take a load};
of 3,500 tons of sugar while in
Carlisle Bay.

In addition to sugar, the Chal-
lenger will also load 8,000 pun-
cheons of molasses and 750 car-
tons of rum. The cargo she is
taking is for Canada,



gives you this recipe of

@ covering «nd filling of



we KEEP A HANDY ....

EMERGENCY ist AID OUTFIT.

Only 3/6 A Set

ALSO
ELASTOPLAST PLASTERS



He said that barrels of shoes Sa i :
clothing had already been PETER’S CHOCOLATE CREAM COVERING AND FILLING,
shipped from America and were
due to arrive here next week for
aistribution.

Visited Welfare Centres

Mr, Wilkinson visited seme of
the welfare centres in the island
and spoke highly of the work that
was being done on behalf of the

palling conditions of sorne of the
people in the island and promised
when he returned to the U.S.A
that his Society would make a big





E \ |) cocoa—thoroughly blend and add alternately with 44 cup milk ELASTOPLAST S Ss
corer t 22 er aie con and % teaspoon vanilla essence and lastly add eu Waites— J. & J. COTTON Wout. miners ETC

s ; beaten stiff — divide mixt 0 te 08 ns a : ‘
through the Committee, Saag mtadenite Grea ure into 2—9 layer cake pans and N.B.—Keep TORCH BATTERIES within easy reach !

2 cups icing sugar—3 tablespoons PETER’S
Cocoa,

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% I butter or margarine — 2 tablespoons
boiling water.

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4% teaspoon vanilla essence—1 tablespoon
milk,

2 drops slinend essence, Cut butter or

margarine into icing sugar — add PETER'S
cocoa and other ingredients—mix until a light
ycreamy paste — then layer together with
generous layer and cover cake entirely.

THIS IS A NESTLE’S PRODUCT



He also referred to the ap-



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BOVRIL



servant of the public to aid these
Courts in the just and fair admin-~
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only hope that my efforts and as-
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

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4 : Applications are invited for a position
— TAND’ & V, ae portions of land.| of YO-TYPIST at Cable and Wireless
Apply to A. R. Brome, Layne'’s Rd.,j (W.I.) Ltd. St. Lawrence. Previous
DIED | FOR SALE Britton’s Hill, St. Michael. 16.8.52—3n| Office experience desirable.
anes : p = ately = we stagne age and quali-
VEB=0n 2, his sE—-One bullt bobra | ai ations to: e Divisional Manager,
orkAvrs—c putt village” eh shingle house. + with » .| West Indies, Cable and Wireless (W.])
, Allan Greaves age 81 years. AUTOMOTIVE Apply to Roy Williams, Fitts Village, St] Ltd, P.O. Box 23, 13. 8.52—3n
leaves the above residence James. 16.8.52—2n. |
Bt 4.00.pim, today for the St. |————————— eae) COOK-—An experienced cook Apply
Anavew Parish Church. CAR--One Hillman Minx 1961. Mileage| The ’, Situated at the Gar-|Mrs. Lacy Hutson, “First Attempt” |
Dhisy Greaves (widow), Seon,|9.500. Contact Ralph Branch, Society, | ‘8on Standing on over seven thousand] Brittons Hill 16,8.52—In
Sees Seseed, Cieveland,|St. John. Phone 95,220. 16,8.52—2n. | M- Sales ne Oer7 2 "MISCELLANEOUS
. Arthur (children) . bedroo: Room, Room ELLANEO |
16.8.52—In} CAR—Prefect Ford. in good working | other conveniences. Phone ____MISCELLANEOUS
arder: Contact Cecil Brandtord, Ivy, | : 15,8.53-—3n| “ACCOMMODATION for Pachelor, re- |
IN MEMORIAM t. ichael 16.8.52—2n That desirable residence called “MAN-| CePtly arrived from HOME Box “R” c/o
CAR—One Morris (8 H.P.) sedan per- Y” situate in Abbeville Garden s,| Advocate 16.8.52—2n
PGLDREN—In loving memory of Zipia| ‘ct Working order, Price $390.00. Wing |pyTWung. (near Hockley Beach) standin’) “LADIES COAT — Write “Coat” c/o|
. Who fell asleep on 13th Aug-|‘'74 or apply “Carlton"” lower Fonta- built = and ntai Advocate Advtg. Dept 16.8 .52—t.f.n
ast, 1951. belle. 15.8.52—2n, ‘agae a aide concer 's seals ein
Lo da ts she bore her rr 2 ~ POsI
ae Se ee ae _CAR—1952 Morris Oxford 4,000 Miles. |pédrooma, running = water fn each) ssp DORIS VENNER «qualified
Waited for cure but all in vain. Yondition as New. Apply C. A. Prov-i" Garage, 2 servants’ rooms, storeroom| Midwife, is willing to assist anyone Who
Until God Himself saw what was best | “Ths, Carrington Plantation, St. Philip. | serva ts" in yard 7 is in need of a nurse. Address: Chap-
And took our dear mother with Him 12.8, 52—3n. eS 7 man’s Lane, C/o Miss Gladys Best
to. nest. oe appointment. Dial 3010. 16.8.52--6n
Ever to be» remembered by Carmer | CAR-—1908 Vauxhall in Good working |, will be set up for sale at
th, Thelma Joseph at Trinmidac | Tder. New tyres. Contact Keith Ray- tion at our in Lucas
(daughters), Noel Doldren (son), Victo: | ice. Dial 2656. 13.8.52—6n. S an 22nd August, 1952, at
(giandson), Lorretta Doidren Waa ae i sity



(sister). 16.8.52—1n CAH—One Wolselay 8 h.p, in perfect
endition, Apply Eddie Gill C/o H
uson Jones Garage 14.8.52—4n



LORRIES—Two 5-ton Fordson lorries.



Â¥OR RENT
HOUSES



od good tyres.

Retently overhmuied.
*vieed to sell. C. A. Williams Airy 1,



neat ft George: Phone 4057.
, aioe, “Tatts: vo- bedroom Apartmes. 16.8.52—4n
Sec —— water at Ventne. : TRUCKS —One 3040, . ® va
i itting , ‘ruck e * Chevrolet truck,
oa on oe eo Si aa Fools ood working order. New tyres. Can be

)seen at Lodge Stone Works, Lodge Hill,
1$.8.52—3n. Ce Dial 2056. Keith Rayside,

BENS Unfurnished, fro.a ist Sep.) Mt

Purchaser will be
At Gardens, Maxweli’s, 9¥ the Company.
Coast. Attractive wall Bungalow, 3 bed-)



rooms, Garage -and Servants’ room
Gaod Sea. bathing. Phone S. Daniels) ELECTRICAL
4101 for appointment. 3.8.82—ti.n.} Bact



= ELECTRIC DRILLS;By Black &
BUNGALOW—On Sea, Main Road Hast-} Decker. 4” Hole Gun, 3/8”., 42”. Vv, with




























ings, very comfortabiy furnished, Eng-| Drill Stands. DaCosta & Co., Ltd
bath — 2 bediooms —_ Servants} Wlectric > 4.8 a
regms —- Verandans -- From mber pees ee pee an
Telpphone 2949. 16.8. if... oS: REFRIGERATOR, 4 cubic ft,
= ‘iyst class condition, attractive bargain

T & HOUSE-—Fully furnished, St a t *

price for a housewife. Apply: L. & H.

Eines on-Seai Phone 2563. Miflar, Reed Street. Dial 2791 wf
ae. 20.3.52—t.t,n 14°8.58--an
T—Top Fiat, Hagfatt Hall. Fur-} “RaApIo-GRAM—One (1) Hallicrafter

Exeeedingly Cool — Availabiv
12 to 15 months — Under
lgctown. Apply Mrs. D. C

ws 16.8.52—2n

an eS 4 ea es the sti,
oul venue, . Three
ms and all rier eee ehiencks

Apply: “Elise Court’, Hastings.
27.7.562—t.f.n

Hacio-Gram. In good condition.
Cc. Arthur Mayhew. “Walisb:
Road. Phone 4748 or 2382.

rook"

16.8.52—3n

_ MECHANICAL

EFRIGERATOR — One second-hand
Electrolux (Lamp) A-i condition, price
to eateh. Apply: L. &. H. Millar, Reed





MS--Two furnished rooms for rent.| Street. Dial 2791. 14.8.52—3n.
Worthing, opposite the Royal pee:
Best Sea-bathing. Garage :
Phane 840ly > «+ eke c. POULTRY
F cae jy |. COCKERELS -- — special pure bred
idee a eae aor peas eo Leghorn Cockerels 4 months old. Dial
Sunde Avene” Garage inclusive. . Diel{ 2274 oF 349g r
3878 or 4249. 10.8,52—3n

MISCELLANEOUS 3

BOOKS—Fashion Books, French
Spanish now available; also Covered
Buttons — Buckles the latest styles at
“bony Dressghop,"’ Prince William Hen-
ry Street, above Lashley’s Store, and at
Upper Reed Street. 16.8.52—1n.

BLOCK STONE—A large quantity of
Sleck stone Suitable for sawing punposes
siso a quantity of machine-broken stone,
concrete stone %” chips %" cl

and dust. Contact Keith

aoe:

em
Manaer’ Lodge Stone Works Co
4656. 13.8,

TO AN APPROVED TENANT
Small furnished flat (3 bedrooms) in
Pavilion Court for three months, Sep-

tember. to November, Phone ah.
. . 16.8.52—2n,







MAKE . . Big
profits. full Gp spare time. Seil
sonal Christmas Cards Spanish Greetings
25 for $1.50 Name imprinted. Samples
Free. Also 20 beautiful box assort-
ments. Wrile Air Mail, CYPHERS
oe CO., 78 W. Huron .St., Buffalo,
N.Y. :

30.7.02—199
PERSONAL

1 beg notify the geners! publi
oe. my. husband LESLIE S#ywoul
ARCHER icit the Island for ‘Wyinidac
over press years. I do 1i6t hear
from him or know of his where-about
and ¥ am about to be married again tr
the near future



HOUSEHOLD
description, Owen
Street. Dial 3209.

IPMENT

> Alider, 118
10.6.5"
HARDWOOD POSTS in various lengths
nd sizes — 2 good Selection. N. B,
Howell, Bay Street. 16.8.52—3n

that leopard
INVALID. WHEEL CHAIR--Apply G. W.

-lutehinson & Co., Lid,
14.8.52—2n

ONE-GALLON FOOD JARS
A quality of one (1) gallon Gloss Jara to
x2 gold th lots of not less than six (6)

of All
ite):
2.0













to





bs v* om t $1.40 each. Apply the Standard
Elgned LECIAN ISABEL ARCHER | s gency (Bidos) Co., i4 Swan. Street,
{net GREVERS) Uial S620, 1$.8.52—3n,

“Ghapiian Lane, Bridgetown:
e §.8.52--3:



FPOCKETED SPRING MATTRESSES.

A limited number of Patent Spring
illed Mattresses. Each individu-
oi Spring covered in Calecoe. Britain's
“est manufactured type.
“t $66.39 each. Also available fh 4 feet
3 inches, [rice on application, The
Standard Agency (B'dos) Co., 14 Swan
Street, Dial 2620. 15.8.52—3n,

PAM’S HAIR DYE—Reecommended by
gieading hairdressers, Easy to apply.
immediate Action. Glossy Bifect. No
joed Pillows. Buy a Bottle. I. Gooding,
fausby Allay. 16.8,52—10

The public are hereby warned agalus
giving credit to my wife, Carmen Lou:
Murrell (nee Mascoll) as I do not hoid
myself responsible ior her or anyone
else contractiw® any debt or debts m
my name unless by a written orde)
signed by me.

Sgd. CLEMENT MURRELL,
Blades Hill, St. Philip.
16, 8.52-—2n





Perera a career eneeneen ene

NOTICE
PAKISH OF CURIST CHURCH

APPLICATIONS for the post of Store-] SU jow to Daily
keepers, ch Ch.. Aimphouse “(Marked | Celogra aaa s a Nows-
“Apolications’) will be reegived by | o now arriving Bar ~
Mrs. -¥. A. ‘Talma, Churehwagden,|only a few days publica’
Welches, Ch. Ch. up to 3 p.m, the 16th | London. Contact im Gale, C/o. o-
August, 1952. cate Co. Ltd, 1 Representative

Terras and conditions available fromm | Tel. 3118, 41,4.53—t.f.n

the Parochial Office 9.8.52—4n





STOVES—Just arrived, Shipment of -
- yet $ Burner Stand Models of the famous
GREEN ARROW" Blue Flame Ol
Stoves with the long lasting Fibre-GLASS
WICKS. OBTAINABLE at ‘all leading
Hardware Stores, K, J. Hamel-Smith
“% Co., Limited. Agents. Bridge Street.
Whone 4748 16, 8.52—3n








TAREES—For Sale at Blackman's House
St. Joseph. Makogany Trees, (very
-rge) offers will be received up to 27th
August, inspection any day, any hour.
Apply \0 Mrs. Jdhn Lee on the prem-

: joints and mus-
dee ze wracked with

rheumatic remem
erent PT, whniee



Linkment: A single massa: ices, and ofers in writing mad 43 her
POOP OPOGPOOHO GHG OOOO OS,
NOTICE
e
Advocate Stationery ve uae
FOR HOOKS CLOSED FOR
legoeeeceecccees |$ SIOCK-TAKING

NOTICE

TUESDAY, 19TH AUGUST

Thia is to wotify my friends and
customers that my workshop will and
be closed from the ith August WEDNESD. 20TH
for 2 weeks. 7 iJ
D. RUSSELL, { AUGUST
e

Y. DE LIMA & CO. LTD.
“Your Jewellers”

DEOPLOOPOSHOH HOD







HOUSE on lony lease by Uctober
on Sea Const c
Large Verandah, &
offices, vicinity








Lawrence, Worth iF %
Top Rack erad| unfur-
nished and enc! Call K. D y
Edwards 4149 or 2375. ‘ ‘
$1.7. 62—tin
eer sae
SS





We will he closed from

HURRICANE
PRECAUTION
HINT No. 5

WARNINGS.

}
(
fier warning— \
Avoid low lying area
liable to flood. Make e
rangements to leave
early. Don’t run the risk
of being marooned.

i8th Instant to 30th for

our
1s

ANNUAL
HOLIDAY



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8, Broad Street



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given work
13.8. 4

|\ PUM NOTICES |

82—6n. | 5

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







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10.8 .52—Tn

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ARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

{Equitable Jurisdiction)

JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
(Defendant)

IN pursuance of an Order in this!
Court in the above action made on fhe
Bist day of July, 1952, I give notice to’
all persons having any estate,- right or
lectrie light, Mmspection .1%y day be-} interest in or any tien or incumbrance
ween ten and four. } affecting all that certain piece or par
‘The above Fe be set up for sale at. of land situate near Melrose in the pz

“THE HERMITAGE” situate at the
er of White Park and Country Road
tar.ding on about 123,040 square feet of
nd. The House contains Gallery, two
ving rooms, dining Toom, eight bed-
, three dressing rooms, water and

OFFICIAL NOTICE |
|







tion at our Office, Lucas| ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar-
. = day the 22nd day of August’ bados containing by admeasurement one |
952 at 2.30 p.m. jrood thirty-five perches or thereabouts
CARRINGTON & SEALY (ebutting and bounding on lands of Lilian |

14.8.52—-6n | Holloway on lands of a place called “Mel- |
—— | rose’ on lands of the estate of Thomas
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— nt documents and vouchers, to be examined
" WINIPRED—Land@’s End 2 storey house| by me on amy Tuesday, or Friday be-
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th, toilet, kitchen,

an and water.! o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
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Phone of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
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«= \before the 8th day of October, 1952, in

torder that such claims may be ranked



AUCTIO:



,according to the nature and priority
“~~ \ thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
{sons will be precluded from the benefit

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|of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper-
ty. 7

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

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S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO,
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For twice the shine in




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5.8. “GLOUCESTER” 1s scheduled to
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fune Sth, Melbourne June i4th, Sydney
‘une @th, Brisbane July Sth, arriving at
about August 6th.



NOTICES

OOPS SL



The M.V. “CARFBBEE” will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Tues~
day 19th inst.





tarbados

In addition to general cargo this vessel The M.V. “MONEKA” will ac-
nas ample space for chilled and hard cept Cargo and Passengers for
rogen cargo. Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,

Nevis and St. Kitts.

Gay 22nd inst.

Cc ted on through Bills of Sailing Fri-
adie tie oe transhipment at Trinidad to
eeward and

uritish Guiana, L Windward

telands. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
further particulars a a ASSOCIATION (INC.)
se! e aye Consignee. Telephone No. 4047

CURNESS WITHY & CO., LED.,
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A | be ranked. DA ©OOS8TA & ©0., LTD., i
(a) zon any part of the Parish tc ti Given gnaar my hand this 3ist day of WORLD'S FIRST AIRLINE
ouse, uly, ‘ —
(b) From, the Almshouge to the Gen- | F. G TALMA, ROYAL DUTCH ?
eral Hospital, ‘ ag. Clerk of the | : 0.
fii be Teceived by, ‘he undersit¢ed, no’ Assistant Court ¢¢ Appeal. | AIRLINES e
later than Monday 25th September, 1952. =. 8,52—3n. |
P. Ss. W. f fr
Clerk to the Rgerd a earen® | OFFICIAL SALE 4 aL.
16.8.52—8n. | CANADIAN
paeae ‘ \. SERVICE
. | IN THE erent COURT OF — * “a SOUTHBOUND

» ‘ APPEAL Sails Sails Arrives
: PARISH OF ST. PHILIP a
mA fons for the Post of Nurse at’ JOHN ANTHONY, CUMMING. (Plaintif) | eA - ine ee a 8 Aue

it. p's Almshouse will be re-] 7°! Gers OTWAY WILKINSON | ' 4 2 USA |, PARODI” August 15 August 29 Sept 2
Keived by the undersigned up to Satur- | (Defendant). | im a Ol “IM” i August 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 15
ay 30th August 1952. } NOTICE is hereby given that by vir- “ARNETA” Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept, 28

Applicants, must be qualified as i tue of an Order o! the Assistant Court : ; ga
Nurse and Midwife, and must forward | (¢ Appeal dated the Sist day of July © NORTHBOUND
arate araleeodns eek carkacaien) 1952 there will be set up for sale to the 5 1 gi
¢ ee ss oe 26 er os mt highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk e ia § 4‘ STRAMER Due Barbados September 11th, for St.

of competency. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the i Lawrence River Ports.

The successful candidate will be re-
@uired to assume duties on the 25th
September, 1962.

Any further particulars may be ob-
pies from the Parochial ‘Treasurer's |

Court House, Bridgetown, between the
nours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the lth day of
October, 1952: All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate near Melrose im
the parish of Saint Thomas and Island





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5 of Barbados containing by admeasure-
Clerk to the eee ment one rood and thirty-five oe
. iss so—tn, | OF thereabouts abutting and bounding on
sa "- ) lands of niin owen, wr! ae of a
place called “Melrose” on lands of the },
NOTICE | sstate of Thomas Gill, decezsed, and on
THE BAR OS AQUATIC CLUB the public road or however else the |
NOT! TO MEMBERS { sarne may abut and bound and if not;

then sold the said property will be, set

is hereb: ven that in ac-
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ce with Rule 8 the Club will be
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to Members on Saturday, 16th; between the same hours until the same
tigust, from 7.20 to 10 p.m., for Water) is sold for a sum not Yess than
‘Matches. £150. 0. 0,
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Management, F. G. TALMA,
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Bedser, Trueman Triumph on Sodden Wicket

Five Indian Wickets |
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1952


















ing { having iropped hi batf'
; ; By VU. 8. COPPIN Ser ; :
LONDON, August 15 The Trinidad Table Tennis team 7 S. COPPI before he could ground within
‘ THE WRECKERS—Alec Bedser and Fred Trueman defeated a combin Bari Our study of tue LAws oF ‘© Popping crease. Diagram num-

once again pulverised the Indian batsmen and seemingly z eo i aoeat Hail tort te _ pinks arte esha adh 25s
smashed any slender chances there were of a = 3 Pahee dbenitoted ‘ih



THE GAME brings us to-day to










close fight The touring sid Br “ tricky laws. One deals wits;
in the last Test against England. mateh from the secon a cae coe
Twelve overs of thunderbolts taking twenty-five min- re ae convincingly de oh or Tea ; ‘ ° o. 3
‘ offerte ig ave st . . Adriz oware sarn ; ~ ean
utes on a rain affected Oval wicket saw them send back es Gomer eine. os retire from his wicket Antiseptics
the f five Indian batsmen for only six runs. treated fo a night of bri
‘ sites ane LAW 32
This start made in the last hour ee D, Archer, oy? ieee mi 32 di er,
and a half after the rain hae , the local team, was the only playe : . ,
caused a hold up provided the (HU oo ee Ont agains st the visite grit of His Ground
SG ME ecouitt wily one of the tna In the first set « € nigh he A batsman shall be held to b >.
shaibing See He . nd ae EAG K defeated K. Assing 2—0 jut of his ground” unless som« On é t ey?’
When the fourth wicket fell at L U On Monday the first test match t of his bat in hend or h

six, the Indians were six runs bet- 5 ar ae prin and , Barbados person be grounded behind the
ter off than in their previous worst | ete played at the Y.M.C.A line of the popping crease,

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‘Of course there are digieceinces: it could hardly







when they lost four for no runs. guuee ay etitae ~ lows. K Ity in the interpretation (of be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance
But when Bedser yorked Umri- (By SCRIBBLER) 19--3L. 15—21. x Shondes eae this law when it comes to a part
gar first ball thus putting 7 y [

t of Howard 21—-12, 21-18. A Mool: ; the foot being within the erease





















































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the batting side back in the | \fte break for the August 4), an beat WF. Gk r in other words when a bats~ ; ‘ee ; ’ \
: _— z " mi ,oding —_e : 4 ” :
ion at the same total of six, thei etir the Barbados Turf 47 p Deb; sisigh Bests en man is “cutting” as it is com- every doctor in Great Britain.
score was twenty less than the Club, another series of games will ridge 21—17, 21—19, De n. nly known.
total of that disastrous day at © nmence today in all divisions Sakar beat C. Greenidge 18—21, “Cuttine” ‘ ‘
Leeds. the Barbados Cricket League. 2113 21-19 cc, a alee beat . ,
This was the wreckers bowling far the games have been very ©, Humphrey 21—10, 21—1 ore Please ee ll s PME LG a ca 5
analysis for the damaging 25 min- nly fought and in some of the Yawching beat J. Hoa ’ sufficient if part of the batsman’s The Safe Wa ver i i i
utdar Sekteey ale Gare toe thio isions, two or three clubé are 47-21, ar d a —18, faak ia grounded within the lina i Hed ais baad oes y to Safety whenever infection threatens in your own home.
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runs two wicket Central divisions where the games ; Cri batsman is “out of his ground”. ' and 80 he 5 also oul. LL THAT
os ere of three days duration and a Today Ss icket Again, some batsmen in trying LAW 3: | Kl
Though Hazare and Phadkar draw is out of the question, ex- Fi to regain their ground have been ad Se |
safely battled through the re= ¢ept rain washes out play d g S k ql throw the bats be-
~~ i Bh cep ain was play during me known to row their bats ss
maining 65 minutes which were one of the days. In the City Divi-« ixture 8 fore them into the crease. These A \aatmen Retin’ t y
all filled with suspense, the closing ‘on, Rangers, Notre Dame and FIRST DIVISION batsmen are quite rightly given oe Oy ree e- S a The liniment
scoring of 49 for 5 1 leaves its are leading with 12 point LAST DAY out since’ some part of the bats- “me but he may not resume his! by Dr. Earl S.
them 277 behind England’s total of cach, There has been no decision Spartan vs. Police at Park man’s person or his bat in hand innings without the consent of the man with the
326 for six declared, and tomor- jn the Dover-Bordeaux match and anderers vs Pichivick at ; orale. thin the poppi ‘he opposing captain, and then, moustache) is famous all over the
é é ateh i College vs. Empire at College grounded within the poppir all of a wicke | world for killing pain.
row they'll have to concentrate on {).crefore, these teams for the pres- INTERMEDIATE Gale only on the fall of a wicket. | wor
minimising the margin of defeat opt, can only be credited with the FIRSTDAY Cane “d B This should interest scorers and) RHEUMATIC PAIN IM THE MECK AND
rather than on vain-glorious ideas points as at the close of play. Menta! Hospital vs. Spartan at Blaci ropped Bat tatisticians especially, The M.C.C,| SHOULDERS AND IN THE ARMS,WRISTS, |
of victory ; Renae i «Peg hav led that when a batsman! / LEGS AND ANKLES, PAINS IN THE BACK,
3 Dover, however, can be counted Cable and Wireless vs. Re t Another point, some batsmen ave on ed C : i ahs of MOSQUITO AND INSECT BITES AND
: aia likd jokes ma os Boarded ‘Hpll Stes ac eoon has retired owing to illness, in-
Rain started falling again imme- '@" practical purposes oa Comberme ts ;. Wanderers at Com ave dropped their bats as soon {8% 7 aL unavoidable STINGS CAN BE KILLED WITH “‘SLOAN’S.”
iate afte: ‘ ‘i ‘ the leaders and today’s game be- y : ) sround with ury or some é a
diately after play opped, and it bermers as they are about to ground wi eon tee : : You can feel the fagine warms worm of
ls virtually cartel: that tke | nyc, tween Rangers and Dover will be Empire vs. ¥.M.y¥.2 Bat i ae popping crease. In most cause, his innings is recorded as “Sloan's” doing you good. Get a
luck _ which ha ; } py mn? Eine one of the key games of the series Pic “wil k i Police at Oval ig alg ‘Ne leaning over the “Retired, Not out” but otherwise bottle today but be sure to look for
V i een é : ie “ Windward vy Carit t c ! ca 5 , a , ais i ings >» re-
abominable with the weaker side if Rangers win this game_ then SECOND DIVISION irea of the popping crease at that 4 a complete innings to be re onthe package per we é
will confront them wit! : teanhe their next serious rivals will be FIRST DAY time but they are out wuniess they corded as Retired, Our’. pa 208, peskege i i
wetiie aA lees oa Pe a . Notre Dame and Colts. Lodge vs. Wanderers Lodge | Seg a ; Ae Weta Particular attention is drawn
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

B.R.A. Spoon Shoot, Government
Range 12.30 p.m.

First, Intermediate and Second Division
Cricket, various grounds 1.00 p.m.

Opening of the Evalina Smith Children’
Ward, St. Philip’s Almshouse
430 p.m,

Water Polo, Aquatic Club — 8.30 p.m.

Police Band at Polo Club Dance, Marine
Hotel — 9.00 p.m.

Rifle



For the cause that lacks assistance
*‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance
For the future in the distance

And the good that I can do

U.S. Opposes Atomic

Bomb, Germ War

U.N. Condemns
Mass Destruction

(By BRUCE MANN) CAIRO, Aug. 15

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Aug. 15. els hanes “Soaene meee. ii

THE UNITED STATES on Friday pledged its support|hearings on Friday in the textile

for the elimination of all weapons of mass destruction|riots trial of factory worker
“including atomic, chemical, and biological weapons.” {Moustafa Khamis, 21, after he
But it warned the United Nations Disarmament Commis-)~\" '"3* praise dren ee
sion that it does not intend before safeguards have been jcheer Mohammed Naguib (Egypi-
agreed wpon “to invite aggression by informing or com-,ian *Commander-in-Chief)



Military -
Tribunal
Ends Hearings



aulhliiinoneg




as
mitting ourselves to would-be aggressors and charter |!iberator of the motherland.”
breakers that we will not use certain weapons to suppress|,_ M@Jor Abdel Monei Murad
Seanion” me. CW . i ";military prosecutor, told the tri-
agg Se . ; setest bunal that Khamis should get a
onl e US. delegate Benjamin U N s dean f |death sentence on a charge of the
en, again denouncing Com- | e e tav e viful and premeditated murder
munist Et ae ‘ charges of two army soldiers ki#@-in the
against the erican forces in} R d A a rioting at Kafr El Dawar, 25 miles
blistering terms, called on the | e ttae S |trom Alexandria é
Soviet Union to agree to the The case was

Western proposed plan for a veri- TO

fied arms census to ensure that; Americai pales att coon.
preparations for waging war with | ades down Bunker Hill early Sat-
weapons of mass destruction shall'urday and shattered two more
not be carried out in peacetime. | Chinese Communist attempts to
3 z recapture th Western
Russian Declarations ltront height. “Seventh nd eighth
counter-attacks by badly mauled

7 ; ~ -- Reds were much feebler than earli-
of past disarmament discussions, o. fanatic attempts to retake the|

Cohen dug up previous Russian ¢trategic hill. ‘The first assault this
declarations on treaties outlawing | morning ended in 50 minutes and
gas warfare and said “‘we believe 'the second lasted ten minutes.
as the Soviet delegation main-) Marine officers estimated that the |
tained in 1932 (at the League/entire Red regiment, about 2,000
of Nations conference on chemical peer were virtually annihilated in

Saturday

Khamis was the first of at least
21 workers to be tried on charges
of burning down textile plants
and fighting with the police and
troops. Two soldiers were among
the eight persons killed. The sen-
linen will not be announced



Delving deep into the records
until the end of the trials.
—UP.





| Jewish Leaders
| Protest Sentences



} and bacteriological weapons) that!the first four counter attacks. |
paramount importance should be —U.P. MUNICH, Germany, Aug. 15
attached not to the prohibition | Philip Auerbach and = Aron
of chemical weapons in wartime, Ohressein top Jewish leaders pro-

but the prohibition London Reviewing tested as discriminatory,

prison sentences for misappropriat-

of chemical their

warfare in peacetime.”

. ;
“If we want to make progress Question Of Arms ing funds earmarked for Jewish

towards effective disarmament we E F Wageriee — “ao t 4
must all be willing to lay all our nb ar’ embers o the three judge
cards on the table.” Cohen's re- I go or Egypt court which sentenced them were

version to Communist charges. that LONDON, Aug, 15. formerly Nazi party members,
the United States troops aetien auretae Office stated on Auerbach, discharged as chief
ay t . it was reviewing the of the Bavarian restitution office,
vee bit thy ie = Rg who got two and one half years
Sane ash ane ga the oe 8d iscid he would appeal against the
. . © resuMp= 1 verdict which

he described as a

“second Dreyfuss verdict, a terror
~'\eidict like those handed down in

A Foreign Office spokesman said |Communist East Germany,” Ohres-
that the current review was spe-|sein chief rabbi for Bavaria who
cifically concerned with “general |rvceived a one year term, said the
supplies other than armaments|‘verdiet displays discrimination
for .the Egyptian armed forces.” | ayvainst Jewry. This trial Snct|

tion of
country,

hear the Soviet delegate Jacob arms deliveries to that
Malik’s considered reaction to the
plan.

Under that plan a series of
regional conferences would have
been called after an agreement
was reached on the Western" pro~
posal to limit the armed strength
of Russia, China, and the United
States to 1,000,000 or 1,500,000
men, and that of Britain
France to 700,000 or 800,000.

But Cohen launched into a
view of the

It that no specific request for|1,e of certain court cases held
the Jifting of the embargo has}, cainst clergymen of different
been made yet. The spokesman | + ithe in other lands.”
denied that Britain is contemplat- ;
ing a reduction of her forces in, ,
the Suez. No decision has so far
been made by the British Govern- |
ment on the whole issue of an
arms embargo for Egypt andthe
Middle East, the spokesman said./
—U-P.|

and They were accused of misavopro-

|
iating $655,000.

re-

germ warfare pro- |

paganda campaign and derided

Russia’s contention that the

United States failed to ratify the

Geneva protocol of 1925 which

outlaws bacterial warfare because

it intended to use such weapons

itself or because its arms p'aht

profited from their manufacture

—UP.

—UP.



Feisal To Visit
Naval Academy

}

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, Aug. 15 |
The U.S. Naval Academy said
on Friday that Feisal, King of
Iraq, and Prince Abd Alilah a
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Boatner Returtis
Tio United States

WASHINGTON, Aug.





15



have

used. germ warfare in Korea came
as a surprise.

A twelve -nation disarmament

commission is expected to-day to

: Major G 1 Hayd Sout hasimi of oF WOE es

ajor Genera aydon Boatner,| Academy next Monday. ie Roya

Car Destroyed who tamed the tough Korean matty will drive from Washington
B ° prisoner of war camp at Koje|\, Annapolis, where they will be

ry Fire Island has been recalled to the! siven full military honours before |

United States for duty with the| inspecting the Academy. Accom- |

Motor car E 247 was completely!Fourth Army, it was announced janied by Vice Admiral Turner
destroyed when it caught firefon Friday. Boatner will return) foy, Academy superintendent, the

along Rock Road, St. Peter at
about 7.45 p.m. on Thursday. It
is owned by H. Goodridge of
Farm Road, St Peter, and he was
driving it at the time of the inci-
dent.

The car is insured.

late this month or in early Sep-
tember and be assigned to the
Fourth Army headquarters at)
San Antonio, Texas,. The Army}
said that his exact duties will be!
announced after he arrives at!
San Antonio, -_

Marines Cut
Reds To Pieces ice

SEOUL, August 15. ‘definite owing to an arms shortage.

: ; | The communique said cutbacks in
TWO HUNDRED Chinese Communists charged up) js-ance’s re-armament programme

“Bunker Hill” in a driving rainstorm inthe sixth attempt) would not affect the military pro-
to capture the strategic height but U.S. qarines again|stamme for the rest of this year
cut them to pieces with a deadly rain of shell fire and!vt it would be felt in succeeding

machinegun bullets. "It said that the 1953 contribu-
The Chinese, apparently survivors of a regiment that|tion would depend on the decision
once numbered more than 2,000 men, launched their sur- me at ibe next NATO pounedl
prise attack and for 55 minutes they charged into volleys|™°°Un and that a memorandum
of marine bullets before the Communist Commander saw eee Rien ta NATO oe
the uselessness of it all and called for a retreat. ; —UP.
It wad the second assault to-day
by the Chinese Reds, Earlier, 300|
Red troops, apparently ordered to|
1ecapture the hill or die in the
attempt, fell before the marines.
The bodies of dead Chirlese littered
the slopes of “Bunker Hill”. A
United Press correspondent said
that it was obvious from the!
smell alone that the Reds were,
suffering heavy casualties in their |
futile attempts to oust the}
marines.

' Fifth Attack |

U.S. Marines had smashed the}
fifth Communist counter-attack
against bloody “Bunker Hill* com-
pleting the annihilation of a full
Red regiment of more than 2,000
men.

Three hundred fanatical Chinese |
Keds carrying new Russian made |
weapons and under ordefs “to re-
cupture the hill or die i the
attempt, fell under’ withering!
Marine artillery, mortar and ma-
chine gun fire in the fifth counter-
attack in three days {
One Red company did’ not ever

Royal party will take a sailing
rip on the Chesapeake Bay aboard
1 navy yawl.

ers gaseineeninee inate Teeay, 5ttietaestSeesSStnSnSecnsaesssS

—UP.

| FRANCE WILL FULFIL |
| 1952 N.A.T.O. MILITARY
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COMMITMENTS

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t PARIS, France, Aug. 15.

{ France indicated that it intends
‘to fulfil North Atlantic Treaty Or-
|canization military commitments
‘for 1952. But added that the situa-



BRANNAN AND STEVENSON CONFER



reach trategic western front
height. It was caught and slaugh-

tered by U.N. artillery as it crawled
toward the Marine position
A second Communist company











clambered up the northern slope
of Bunker Hill but the Marines
killed at least 30 Reds a the
rest fled number of Cor LINOIS GOVERNOR Adlai Stevenson (risht), Democratic Presidential
wounded killed themselve athe nee, confers in 1 F. Brannan, Secretary of
than be taxen prisoners. —U.P ulture. They discussed tion artn problems. (International)



hharbades



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RITA HAYWORTH’S
Khan did not result in th

star’s home for lunch,

about reconciliation—oh ! J

‘SPIRITUAL CONTACT’
WITH SAUCERS !

Mexico City, Aug. 15.

‘The newspaper “Ultimas
Noticias” reporied that Jose
G. Ramirez, Director of the
“Fraternal Union” of Spirit-
ualism, centered at Torregon,
Mexico, claimed that he
made “spiritual contact” with
—— saucers which have

en reported seen over
North and South America.

According to the news-
paper Ramirez said : “Five
flying saucers which criss-
cross the heavens of Mexico
and the United States come
from the planet Mars,” and
that Mars is not called Mars



in that planet but Tum-
Brum.
Ramirez said that “the

chief is called Diks-Yu, and
comes from the city of Mir-
shy, the capital of the most
advanced country of Mars.
The saucers, known as Ry-
Ting, are aircraft which are
beyond the human _ intelli-
gence.” —U.P.



Rains Damage
French Vineyards

CLERMONT FERRAND,
France, Aug. 15.
hail and rainstorms and

Heavy
hign wind tore down trees and
ruined wine crops here last night

causing considerable damage. On
the right bank of the Allier Rive
in the district of Pont Du Chateau
at Vertaizon eight inches of rain
was registered.
Vineyards were
poultry ina nearby farmyard
killed by hailstones during the
storm which lasted approximately
teen minutes. Trees were torn
sh roofs blown off and tele-
phone power lines destroyed

destroyed and

Near Le Mans heavy storms also
wrecked power lines ye terday
and brought trees crashing down
across main highways interrupung
traffic. The roof of the Press Stand
at the famous automobile circuit
was torn off and crumpled sev-
eral yards away.
eril yards y uit



7
Parole Suggested
For British Sailors
TOYKO, Aug. 15.
Japan's Minister of Justice, To-
kcusu Kimura, was reported today
to be adyocating parole as a solu-

tion in the dispute over the two
British sailors who have been im-

prisoned at Kobe on stealing
charge,
The sailors, Peter Stenner and

Derek Smith of the British Cruise:
Belfast, were sentenced to two anr
a half years imprisonment

The Minister of Justice has pre-
viously opposed interference with
the jurisdiction of Japanese courts,
and the suggestion of parole is un-
to be a source of dis-
agreement in the Japanese cabinet
—UP

BERLIN, Aug. 15
Anti-Communist West Berlin
youths late last night invaded a
Communist meeting place in West
and threatened to beat uy
;a group of Communist youth
,according to West Berlin police
| Police said the incident occurred
jnear the British gector of the We




jend station on premises of a Soviet
controlled elevated ter
violence had beer prevente

la police riot squad whict





Rouse,

No Conciliation

Rita, Aly

MOLLYWOOD, August 15.

five-hour
Gar

meeting with
reconciliation, the

Aly
Moslem

e he is a house guest, he said :
But
don’t know.”

He insisted that his chief pur-
pose In coming here was to “see
_and visit” with his estranged wife
and their three-year-old daughter
|Yasmine. He said “Yasmine is a
ferand child. She ig very sweet
She has a bit of whooping cough
but no temperature,”

Miss Hayworth did not arise un-
ti) well past noon for a definite
Hungheon date with Aly. Her sec-



THE BARBADOS CONTINGENT of cyclists and athletes returned home yesterday by the M.V. “Cana |
dian Challenger” after taking pa‘t in the British Guiana A.A

Olympiad,
They are: (Front Row left to right) B, R. McLeod, P ©

McD.

R, Battaur, M. Carter, Miss Joyce Marshall, Duncan Keizer, John Skinner,
Darcy Yarde, Seibert Haynes, Tony Moore and Mr. Gilmore Rocheford, (Manager).

Prince said on Friday, a8 He headed back to the screen |Spencer Churchill, to spend a 10-
Aly said a reconciliation “defin-
itely has not been reached.”

When he was asked about it at the home of movie
director Charles Vido, wher
“From my viewpoint of course nothing has changed.



1

PRICE

Stalin

FIVE

A

THE RIVAL
Nations battle for Korea
Mark Clark, to-day waged

At the same time in Se
President Syngman Rhee c
rest until they had “rescued

Regional
Labour Board
Meets Monday

{he third meeting of the
Regional Labour Board will open
at Hastings House on Monday,

the 18th August, under the chair-
menship of Sit George Seel,
Ku’.M.G., Comptreller for De-
ve opment and Welfare
(he Regional Labour Board
comprises representatives from al}
Lloyd, Trevor Inniss and D. the British Caribbean terrritories
Mr. F. C. Catenpole, Labour Ad-

viscr to the Comptroller, is deputy
| chairman,
{ In the absence of the Chief

’ . Liaison Officer, Mr. H. G. Mac-
Kden And Bride Ik nald, O.B.E., (who is at present
in Europe with the Jamaican

lly To Portugal Olympic Games team) a report on
: the work of the Board in_ the
lor Honeymoon

U jited States wil] be given by Mi

C. Greaves Hill of Jamaica, who

LONDON, Aug. 15 hes been acting for Mr. Mae-

British Foreign Secretary An- Dnald in Washington " pe
hony Eden flew from London with Phe re were over 7,500 West
i bride-—the former Clarissa Ir dian workers employed in the
J ited States at the end of June



This number included 4,750 from

fays’ honeymoon at a uranium ie
nine hotel, They left aboard the}/J*â„¢Maica and 1,166 from Bar-
British Overseas Airways Argonaut] )&‘los.





ureraft “Atlas” for Lisbon where Delegates are
they are due at 13.45 GMT. There} Chairman: Sir George See!
hey will go to Urgeirica, an island} K-.C.M.G.
n the Aorth Portuguese coast that Deputy Chairman: F. c. Catch
ontain the country’s biggest O.B.E.
iranium Mine, and stay at a Brit- @ On Page 3.
sh-managed hotel

—UP,



Red Planes Stay
Away From Rhee’s
Inauguration

Karouk And The
Aing Of Clicbs

WASHINGTON,

“y i Aug. 15, TOKYO, Aug. 15
le} Dees eo. abe, Oe Woks the Washington Post, widely General Otto Weyland, United
he ett her home.” * avoted independent — newspaper, | Nations Far East Air Force Com-

Miss Hayworth also declined to[°°' Sditorliliy ob” Friday thatymander, said on Friday that the
discuss the possibility of recon-;''°? King Farouk was removed [Cc mmunist planes paid “a touch-
ciliation, She had a suit for divorce |/#0™ the Egyptian throne some- {ing tribute” to United Nations ait
on file in Nevada since last fall |9e Said that there soon would be ]power by staying away from Presi-
but the case never came to trial. /°lly five Kings left in the world, [dent Syngman Rhee’s inauguratior

There are reports that she is de-|(ht Kings of Clubs, Hearts, Dia-|ceremonies at Seoul, Korea
liaying a legal separation because |monds, and Spades and the King Weyland disclosed that allied
of her inability to reach an. agree- jot England, planes flew in three protective
ment with Aly for a settlement on It said “the observation was {rings around Seoul to guard
their daughter. Miss Hayworth is}given more pertinence by removal |&ainst a possible surprise attack
reported to have asked for a ct ailing King Talal of Jordan,|by enemy planes, “The confident
00 far Yasmine, the a Aly The significance of the move is |scheduling of President Rhee’s in-
ig reputed to have seu a enna, not that the mentally ill King|auguration in Seon! within 20
Ghildr¢a by 8. previo an bee ‘ ‘orn {miles of front lines” Weyland

Aly intends ,to visit friends in|)’ een forced to retire from]?! PS ees ee

y r ,jhis throne, but the Parliame iid ‘and the conspicuous absence
Kentucky before returning to New , 4 iat Parliament F ead ee eed?
York and embarking for Europe, |!" what not long ago was abso- of ¢ ommunist war planes a
—U.P jlule monarchy, ha exercised | tite a silent but touching tribute

complete power over what form- to fa ~ he yp “ lags

“4 erly was untouchable. The inter- |# Similar event was to be ¢ yer-

od we vel . Legislature cervee {used and held fn North Korea, |

Bonth Expl - Sen, ae re free aim sure that General Glenn Bar-

On Airport

SAIGON, Aug. 15.

French Army Headquarter
a violent exphosion shook the city
lest night when a bomb exploded

said

to show

how shaky is the founda-

tion of monarchy in’ the Middle nen ron - eo ane
Fast. Monarehy, an_ institution PAYS, HRP me Sy SRN s
which, when respected by incum- :



on the airport two miles away,
but authorities said no casualtie
were caused. |
They said the explosion occu!
red when a sentry on the airport’
of Tansonhul saw two men carry- |
ing a bomb in the direction of one
of the hangars and opened fire
The two men made their getaway

econds before the explosion
authoritic aid caused
damage but

a few
which the
considerable
ualtic

Loubens Dead

PIERRE ST. MARTIN
CAVERNS, Franee Aug, 15
Chree weary explorers suffering
fram fatigue and acute depression

no cas-

UP





refused to return from the 1,100

abyss with the same shaky

tric winch and eable contrap-

ul that killed their friend and
sofieague Marcel Loubens, 33

Louben a Paris industrialist

¥ a0 was so “lucky” at his hobby

hat he refused to take out an in-

vrance, died at 21.15 GMT last

ight at the bottom of the pit where
© had lain unconscious for almost
30 hours, He fell 120 feet to the

jagged rocks below two days ago

when a slender cable snapped at
the point where it was Attached
te his parachute harnes and he

aied after receiving a blood trans-
fusion and plasma just before hi
companions were to hoist his inert
body out of the chasm
to a stretcher.

strapped



SIR ABDUL RAHIM DIELS
KARACHI Aug. 15.
Sir Abdul Rahim, 85-year-old
President of the Indian Legisiative
Assembly, died here this morning
after an attack of pneumonia





the scene, The said Anti-Cor
Munist youngste were cispellec
but later rallied again

} ist German new ervice
ADN” alleged that 200 banc
reided it eetin place

opened fire” the building
‘they did : y with what the
anti-Communi ileged|) red
West Berlir t i that there

AT

|

West Berlin Youths Invade Réd Meeting’

sereen consisted of 86
Sabre jets working about 150
miles from Seoul. The second
ecreen was made up of Royal Aus-

u The outer
bents, has sometimes served a use- J

ful purpose in encouraging stabil-
ity. It may be kept as a formality,



but real power has long since lian Air Force Meteor jets and
passed to. broader based legisla-/the third of 51 Mustangs, Not one
ives,” —U.P. Communist MIG 15 was sighted.





unset: 6.18
Moon: Last Sie. August 12.
Aghting . 740 °}.m

High Tide
Low Tide

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infall trem Codrington:
al Rainfall for month
1.18 ins

8 in
to Yesterday

id Velocity ; 7 miles per hour
ymeter: @.00 a.m.) 29.978: (3.00 pan)
29 929

TODAY
rise: 5.47 a.m

358 p.m
845 pm

12.26 a.m.,
8.24 am

nd Clark

Wage Word Fight

TOKYO, August 15.
in the Communist-United
Marshal Stalin and General
a new war of words over the

strife-torn peninsula in messages marking its liberation
from Japan and its indepencence.

0.11, the South Korean capital,
ailed on his people to take no
their fellows in North Korea.”

Moscow Radic quoted Marshal

\s ilin a® telling the North Koreas
jFcime Minister, Kim Ii Sung: ~!
ii you, comrade Prime Minister.
|v cecept my sincere congratula-

if 4s together with my best wishes
{to the heroic Korean people fo:
; tle successful struggle for the
freedom ane independence of
j*-eir country”.

Staiin’s message was to mark
the seventh anniversary of Korea’
“liberation” by the Red army
jfrom Japan

Clark's Message
but General Mark Clark, Units
Vitions commander, in a message
jto I



ns

orea on the fourth anniver-
scr of Korean independence:
offered his “profoundest admira-
tion and sincerest congratulations’

to the Republic.

He told President
Rhee that “with
ership, with
tude, your
ectablished

Syngman
your able lead-
stamina and forti-
countrymen have
a firm foundation for
autonomous existence”
Peking Radio quoted Mao Tse
Tung, Chinese Communist leader
ine tying that the Chinese wouid
“stand firm forever with the
Korean people in the Hight for
complete victory over the Ameri-
ean imperialist aggressors”. Com-
murnist China’s Premier Chou En
Li also sent Kim 1 Sung a mes-
sre lauding North Korea’s “con-
tr'bution .te world peace”,

'
|
| Kim I! Replies
| kim Il Sung in his reply
shal Stalin said “neither the
c‘eriological weapon nor other
rbarous crimes can break the
of the Korean people wno
ve heroically risen in a just
war.”
President Syngman Rhee, speak-.
at his inauguration ceremony
newly elected President for an-
ver term, declared that Korea’s
ithless enemy must be punished
and driven out of the country.”
He added: “the United States
and the United Nations have re
peatedly deelared that thelr aim
is the same as ours—the restora-
tion of all Korea as a free in-
dependent, united and democratic

Ss bs

nation, We know that Korea can-
not live divided and half occu-
pied.”

‘The position of the Pacific and
the world are interwoven with
what happens here. The call of
dut must be heard,” he sairt.
This was the time for dedication,

and every Korean was called to
“the noble and heroic role of op-
posing the tyranny of Commu-
nism”,—U.P.

Seek To Free Two

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.

Diplomatic sources said gn
Friday that United States Ambas-
ador to Japan Robert Murphy is
taking a leading part in efforts in
Tokyo to try to obtain the release
of two British Navy sailors serv-
ing a two and one half years



prison term, The sailors from a
British cruiser were arrested at
Kure over a month ago On a

—U.P.'charge of stealing.—U.P.

Havenga Arrives
In England

OUTHAMPTON, England,

chief, during his}
ef stay in London }

Aug, 15

suuth Africa's Finance Minister
Nicolas ¢ Havenga arrived here}

morning on his way to the)
World Bank ind = International
Tonetary Fund talks in Mexico}
( He will see Prime Minister,
Ciurehill and Chancellor of the|
Ey) chequer Richard Butler, Brit-|

financial
t

These talks with the two states-|

british

n and with other members of}

1 government here will concern
th present payments in gold for|
t exports, South Africa's.
inlireet contribution to the Com-|
monwealth gold’ resources, and)
& iin attitude to the existing;
ir price of gold |

—U,P.



HOLBORN CLUB ACCEPTS |
INVITATION TO T’DAD

The Holborn Cyele and Athletic!
Club have accepted an invitation |
from the All Stars Cycle and
Athletic Club of Trinidad to send
two representatives to take part
in « two-day meeting in rel





early in October,

The local club is hoping to send}
down a fully representative tearn
which will comprise of between
ten and twelve cyelists and two
athletes, and are at present dis-



cussing ways and means to raise}
funds to meet the cost of sending,
the team |

4



treat” when the “armed bandits’'|

yroached. The Communist news|

ervice complained that the West!

Be olice was 20 minutes late]

protect the Reds,}

bt the’ olics 1id that they

rrived afte 1 few minutes and

prever i iolence The police

that the Communist roup|

most f them nae

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Carib Calling

R. W. M WOODHOUSE,
Building Development Ad-
viser to the Comp .rciter for
Development and Weifa leavis
the island tomorrow fcr a three-
weeks’ visit to Trinidad and

British Guiana

In Trinidad Mr. Woodhouse wi!)
be’ concerned with preparation
for the conference on Caribbean
timbers which is to be held unc:
the auspices of the Cariodbcan
Commissicn next year.

Subjects for discussion jn British
Guiana include the Development
of local timbers

lclidaying With Brother
ISS DAISY FERGUSSON o!



“Ravens Court”, Fontabel
left Barbados on Wednesday foi
e short stay in Trinidad. Miss

Fergusson will. be
Trinidad for

emaining it
bout eleven days a
a guest of her brother Mr. Wilfred
Fergusson Agsistant Att crne

General of Trinidad.

Cricketer Trarisferred
R. NORMAN MARSHALL
Intercolonial and Wanderers
Cricketer who is Assistant Man-
ager of the local branch of th
Singer Sewing Machine Co. har
been transferred to the Head
Office, which has been recently
removed from Puerto Rieo
Port-of-Spain.
Mr. Marshall’s absence
a less to local cricket
also mean promotion for him
his-new post. Carib joins in wi
ing him all the best and a happ)»
landing in his new ‘surroundings
Mr. Marshall’s wife will be to!
lowing later.

For Holiday

MONG the arrivals on Thurs-
- day morning by T.C.A. from
the ULS.A, was Mr. Aldwin Cher-
rie of Trinidad who is working
as a Pharmacist in the U.S.A. He
left the same morning for Trini-
dad where he will be spending a
holiday with his relatives,
Marjorie and Nora, his sisters and
mother are also holidaying in
Barbados and expect to returnyto
Trinidad soon,

Accountant, U.C,W.1.
MONG the intransit passen-
ers arriving by the S.S
Colombie this week were Mr. and
Mrs. Swaby of Jamaica who had
been-spending a holiday in the
Unitéd Kingdom. Mr. Swaby is
Accoyntant of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies.

To Study In the U.K.
EAVING the island on Thurs-
‘day by the M.V. Willemstad
for England was Miss Monica
daughter of Mrs, J. B. Deans o!
Enterprise, Christ Church and the
late Mr, St. John. Monica is an
old Queen's College girl.

Back to New York
RS. EDWARDS who has been
spending a holiday in
island as a guest at the Ocean View |
Hotel left the island last night for
New York. She is an American |
Authoress

will be
but it wil

R. SMART-ALLICK, of Nark-
over, followed with interest
the story of the advance copies
of .school examination papers
which came into the hands of
those who were about to sit for
the examination.
Interviewed yesterday he said:
“At Natkover, shortly before the



end-of-term examinations, we
have faked papers printed, to de-
ceive. the more enterprising

scholars, These papers are ‘stolen’
by one of the masters, who sells
them at so much a paper to the
scholars. The genuine papers are
printéd secretly by night, and are
kept in a safe in my study.” Com-
menting on this system, a history
master said: “The genuine papers .
are, of course, impossible to get
at, except for the richest boys.”



A battle of wits :
HERE was a famous occasion |
on which a light-fingered
classics master opened the safe
and substituted the fake papers |
for the genuine. He then sold
‘the genuine papers to the boys,
most of whom, of course, thought
they were, as usual, being swin-
dled, and tore them up after pay-
ing for them with dud cheques,
When Smart-Allick discovered
the theft from his safe, he sub-
stituted a third set of papers for
the previously substituted fakes,
thus, as he said, “putting one over
on those boys who had been too
wary to destroy the genuine pa-
pers before looking up the an-
swers.”
A delicate attention
YSTER merchants are begin-
ning to worry about pollution
by sea-borne oil. It will be diffi-
cult for a head-waiter to persuade
a big oil man that his oysters
were smeared with oil as a com-
pliment to him. “Don’t talk shop,”
the oil man will reply. “And when
you have a guest here who 1s in
the marmalade trade, do you put
marmalade on his oysters? No, I
thought not.”



Film news

of “Pickwick Papers” is in a
mess, It is said that Mr, Gary
Cooper has refused the part of Mr,
Pickwick, and Mr. Richard Wid-
mark is too busy to play Sam
Weller, Charles Dickens himself
appears in the film as a young
booteblack, who comments on the
story, He is to be played by Mr.
George Raft.

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HE M.V WILLEMSTAD
from Trinidad b t the

members of the Queen’s College

netball team, who had been on

i three weeks’ tour. Accompany-

m were Mrs. M. Wotton,

Games Mistress
her son, and Mis

Monica Mar-

tineau, Assistant

Teacher, Queen’s

‘ollege.



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The tour
ja success not
qonly in the ex-,
maperience gained
in the games but
also from __ the
educational tours
they made.£very

was

opportunity was
; : given for visiting
TKS, M. WOTTON places of inter-
st and on their way back they
s.opped in at Grenada for a few
hours
Mrs. Wotton told the Advocate
that each member did her best
it the \eam pulicd rts weight a
was clearly shown by the result:
Out of seven games played, ihe
Queen’s Colege seam were vic-
to..0us in six games. To those who

entertained the team Mrs, Wottou



and the g s offer warm thanks
and while their stay was an en-
joyable one they are glad to be
back home.

Congratulations are due to Mit
Wotton for the training of the

girl Well done Queen’s College!

Teacher for Heliday
M* BRIGGS CLARKE, Assist-
ant’ Master at Harrison Col-
lege lef. on Wednesday to spen

two weeks’ holiday in Trinidad,

Off to Caracas
R. VAL. MeCOMIE Assistan
Master at the Lodge
School, left the island on Wednes-
cay by the S.S. Colombie for
Caracas, Mr. McComie will be
ay for four weeks.

Mr, MeComie who is French
Master at Lodge has been holiday-
ing in the various islands where
he is making detailed study ‘o!
languages.» He will now be in the
Spanish speaking atmosphere for
a short time.

Back Home
R, WALTER MERRIT, Chief
Sanitary Inspector of the
Parish of St, Michael, who at-
tended the Johns Hopkins Hospital,
returned from U.S.A. this week.
Mr. Merrit has not yet resumed
duties and Mr. Ben Gibson is still
acting Chief Sanitary Inspector of
the Parish.



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Moving very cautiously Rupert

enters the bushes and quite
suddenly he finds the creature he
has been seeking. At first the
cee does not run away but
looks keenly at the little bear.
“Now to catch him as Pong-Ping
said,"’ murmurs Rupert. He ecyes



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Deily Service, 415 p m. Home At Eight,
500 pm Cricket, 5 05 pm_ Interlude,
$6.18 pm Dancing Time, 6.00 p.m
Scottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m. Taxi, 6.45

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From Trinidad

RS. MICHAEL LAING and}

1 her two daughters arrived)
in Barbados on Thursday by the



M.V. Willemstad from Trinidad.
They will be spending a. holiday
he Mrs. Laing is the wife of
Mr. Michael Laing, Assistant}
Manager of Rediffusion Ltd.,
Trinidad
Sister’s Wedding

RRIVING in the island for a

d holiday was Mrs Percy

Ambrove who will also be attend-
ing the wedding of Miss Clemmie
Medferd to Mr. Douglas Gill
which takes place to-day at St.
Leonard’s Church. Mrs. Ambrose
is the sister of the bride-to-be,

After Three Weeks
Mss PAT BEST, daughter of
4 Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Best
uf two Mile Hill, returned to ihe

land on Tiursday by the M.V.
Willemstad from ‘Trinidad where
she was spending three weeks
holiday. Pat went: up with the
queen's College netball tearm

Thire Visit

RRIVING in the colony by
B.W.LA. on Thursday last
from Trinidad was Mr. Eldric EF.
Joseph, a retired Civil Servant of
Trinidad. Mr. Joseph has come
over to spend two weeks’ holiday.
This is his third visit to the
colony—the first was in 1943 when
he spent four and a half months;
the second in 1948 when he stayed

four months.

Mr. Joseph told Carib that Bar-
bados compares favourably with
other islands in the Caribbean
und thinks it the ideal spot for a



real holiday. He hopes to be re-
turning later. He is » guest at
Siver Beach Guest House.
Fer a Week
R. FRANK LINCOLN who
had been spending a short

holiday in Barbados left for
Jamaica by B.W.1LA. yesterday
morning.

Mr. Lincoln came in on Thurs-

day last week and has gone on to
Jamaica where he will spend one
week before returning to Trini-
dad.
Returned Yesterday
EAVING the island yesterday

by B.W.I.A. for Trinidad
were Mr. and Mrs. Rann Maraj
who had been spending two

weeks’ holiday in the island. ‘Ar.
Maraj is a Civil Servant and dur-

ing their stay here they were
guests at Crystal Waters, Wor-
thing.



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a new game, It cannot run very
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circles it manages to flick the
chain always out of Rupert's
reach.

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Table Talk |

(By LONDONER)

Sir Hubert Rance, Governor of
Trinidad has had to cut short his
leave in England was a result of
the arrival here of Mr. P. M.
Renison, former Colonial Secre-|
tary Trinidad who is to be Ggqy-|
ernor of British Honduras. w@|
I spoke to Sir Hubert this we@k}
down in Sussex he told me that/
he would be flying back on August |
22nd and would arrive in Trini-
dad on the night of the 24th. Lady
Rance, however, will not be re-
turning with him. Their son is
at present on holiday from Rad-|
leight School and she will stay in
England until his holidays are
over. Lady Rance will then re-
turn to Trinidad on the Golfito
which sails on September 25th. |



Mr. Renison who was appointed | GEMINI Your flexible mind can discern easily
to succeed Sir Ronald Garvey last May 21—June 21 What are major tasks. Follow just dic-
March is also holidaying down in! + tates: No sudden digressions, keep steady,
Sussex. He will be leaving for; calm, and reasonable.

Belize about the middle of * 4
October. A *« CANCER Aspects appropriate for Cancer’s zodical
Sir John Chancellor June 22—July 23 inclinations. The best things lean toward

And while I am on the subject the intellectual; higher-type propositions,
ef Colonial Governors, it is. with! too. Be not too critical of friendly co-
regret that I have to record the 4 operation.
death of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir *

John Robert Chancellor, former Y : thisroval: Si sale Fog’ Yohaths
Governor of Trinidad. He died at! LEO ou of this royal Sign seek to live high,
his home in Lancashire on August go after many credits. And you can
fak taaae "aie fetnh’s capt July 24—Aug. 22 achieve much with RIGHT effort. Let
st, aged 81. Sir John’s term mf | ae dy oshead Generous day to
office was from 1916-1921. PAe-| erat: EA sence elit oS
vicusly he had been Governor of those who deserve.

Mauritius and subsequently he

became Governor of Southern VIRGO Be willing to take some setbacks, most
Rhodesia. : « Aug. 23—Sept. 23 likely in am., and get greater credits

Mr. Cutteridge

Another death that I have to
record is that of Mr. J. L. Cut-
teridge, former Director of Educa-
tion in Trinidad. Mr. Cutteridge
passed away at home in the Isle
of Man on August 2nd. He had
been ill for some time. Due to a
mistake in name: his death was
erroneously reported three years
ago, and Mr. Cutteridge read his
ywn “obituary” in the local press

Swing

T hear that Sunny Muntast of
Jamaica, who for six years led a
jazz outfit in Kingston now plans
to do the same thing in Birming-
ham where he has been living for
some. time. There are a number
of West Indians and West Afri-
cans in the city and Sunny hopes
to form two five-piece swing sec-
tions. The coloured vere
are pooling their finances unt
they can build up enough instru-
ments to get down to some solid
rehearsals. They hope to have
one band ready for public engage-
ments within five months.

Ambition

Miss Winifred Atwell, Trinidad’s
Queen of the Keyboard who can
play anything from Bach to Bgo-
gie reminded me this week of
a statement she made to me four
years ago. It was at the Hippo-
drome Theatre Golders Green.
“My ambition is to top the bill at
the London Palladium” she told
me,
achieved that ambition—or vir-
tually so. She and Miss Dolores
Gray and the Deep River Boys
share an equally prominent posi-
tion on the Palladium bill-board.
Critics have given her exception-
ally good write-ups.

nl
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Moral indignation is
with a halo,

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Warnings In The Event Of

At Least 15 Hours Notice
Expected From Puerto Rico

ARRANGEMENTS have been made by Government
to receive warnings of the approach of hurricanes from
recognised Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico

and Trinidad. It

possible to give some i5

is confidently expected that it will be

to 25 hours warning of the

approach of a hurricane which is already fully developed
with dangerous and destructive winds when it reaches

this Island.

It may mot always be possible to give such

timely warning and! precise information in respect of
storms which are in their early stages of development as

they approach the Island.

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veloped winds of very dangerous
force by the time they reach the
Island. It is considered that it
will, however, be possible to give
adequate warning of any storm
which is likely to be accompanied
by dangerous winds as it passes
over this Island,

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warnings rests with the Director
of Agriculture and the warnings
issued to the Public will be based
on information received from the
Weather Forecasting Stations in
Puerto Rico and Trinidad and pos-
sibly in some instanees on local
observations

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to the Public in two stages. The
first stage will be a “Cautionary
Warning” which will be issued
either when it is known. that
stormy weather is expected to
affect the Island accompanied by
strong winds which will however
not reach hurricane force, or
when it is known that a well
developed hurricane is approach-
ing the Eastern Caribbean area
and will possibly pass in the vicin-
ity of this Island. A Cautionary
Warning will be communicated to
the Public in the following man-
ner—

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square on a red ground flown
at the mast heads of signal
stations.

By night—A red light hoisted at
the mast heads of signal sta-
tions.

By day and night—

Sirens will be sounded for one
minute, three times, with
an interval of half a minute
between blasts, repeated
every quarter of an hour
for an hour.

The police will notify the Chair-
men of Parochial Commit-
tees and outlying districts.

Loud speaker vans will tour
the Island.

Chureh and Plantation bells
will be rung rapidly at fre-
quent intervals for a quar-
ter of an hour,

Broadeasting at intervals will
be over the Government
Broadcasting set and Redif-
fusion.

The second stage will be a
“Hurricane Warning” which will
be issued when it is known that
there is a fully developed hurri-
cane in the Eastern Caribbean
area travelling on a course which
would take it near to or over this
Island. A Hurricane Warning
will be communicated to the Pub-
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By day and night—

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Loud speaker vans will tour
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Chureh and Plantation bells
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Signals will be lowered.

Rediffusion will repeat it at
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Signals will be lowered.

Sirens will sound continuously
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In conclusion it should be noted
that hurricanes normally approach
this Island from a point .between
East and Eastsoutheast. This does
not mean that the wind at the
beginning of a hurricane will blow
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After the centre of the hurricane
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If the centre passes to the south
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(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Aug. 15,

SURREY haven't made certain of that championship
yet. They were beaten to-day by Warwickshire and
Yorkshire scored an unexpected but nevertheless credit-
able victory over Hampshire by seventeen runs. A declar-
ation set Hampshire 193 runs in just over three hours, and
although they made a brave attempt they found the spin
bowling of Wardle and Close too much. Close who is
having a great season as an allrounder and can only nar-
rowly have missed selection for the fourth Test now in
progress, took six wickets for 94 runs.

Jack Robertson of Middlesex to- Yorkshire beat Hants by
day became the third player to 17 runs.



complete 2,000 runs this summer. Yorks ............ 270 and 217
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we y: R. G. Roe, Develop- Capt. Clarke, from Trinidad, Agent
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DEPARTURES
LV. Willemstad for Plymouth | and
* Schooner Harriet Whittaker for Fishing
Petition Granted ©" se awru

His Rerdship Mr. Justice J, W. AT RIVALS BY B.W.LA, — THURSDAY
B. Chéhery in the Court of Ordin- *‘g™ prided: as

. . mple, Dairymple, De
ary yesterday morning granted sitva, D.. Mayer, K. Abbott, L. Millen,
the petition of Mrs. Leila J, Foster “!. Hen O. Henriksen, E, Pe

on, L. Henri . €. Batson, V
S ee Rvad, St. Michael, Forth, R. ‘Louse, Handatent, J, Skin-
ol etter

administration to y t astate ° Tioach, R, Ski ©,
he estate of her father, Edmund [Moac » Eb LRT E i munaDaY

. . pitts wien Gerald Stat
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one, was in respect of an estate of /isle Beale, Seymoue Greenidge, Clar-

yee Carter, Marion Clarke.
Antle

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Kenneth Blackburne, Lady Black-
rne, Martin Blackburne, Edrie Roberts,

rez Kanaja.
Trinidad t
Joseph tchman,

one who, formerly of this island, +
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siding at 43 Clarendon Road
Lewisham, England, and who is
presumed to be dead,








Lillian Babb, Vita



Mr. J. S._B. Dear who, instruc- Srown, Fr O’Nenie, fuser Pa nr)
ted by Mr, R. S. Nichoils, Solicitor flee Rtas Metancourt.” John
of the firm of R. S. ae faavis, David collins. William, oriekie:

ny, Solicitors, cite S- Dane it ladeline Dehaidu, Ce
bury to show that ‘attr Tapes Ho Ronen, Wt ie
of 7 oa the application could s “ph Stayboush,
ar ‘ Law laaee ‘Eggiestield, Arthur Wallace,
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probate the wills of Clara A, Gale,
Sarah A, Esterbrooke, of St.
Michael: Elizabeth Alleyne of Si.
James; James A. Layne of Christ}
Church and Hubert A. Barker of!

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Printed by the Advecate Ce., Lid., Bro-~- #1. Bridgetewn

Saturday, August 16, 1952

B. W.H. A.

THE recent decisign by British Overseas
Airways to attach to British West Indian
Airways an officer especially charged to
promote understanding of the role which
British West Indian Airways hopes to play
in Caribbean air development will be wel-
comed throughout the Caribbean.

To most West Indians except the resi
dents of Port-of-Spain, British West Indian
Airways has meant little more than the
name of an airlines which enjoyed special
rights to carry passengers within the British
Caribbean territories.

The need for economy and for the con-
sequent cutting of the heavy losses by
which British West Indian Airways was
virtually subsidising air travel in the
British Caribbean to the tune of more than
one million dollars annually has not been
appreciated by more than a small handful
of West Indians.

British West Indian Airways had been
taken so much for granted that few per-
sons had paused to ask whether the flyiny;
benefits which they had maintained during
their relatively short period of operation
had been paid for by West Indians.

In fact British West Indian Airways stil!
operates at a loss of several hundreds o:
thousands of dollars annually and this loss
is borne by the parent company, Britisi.
Overseas Airways, and not by the West
Indian traveller, or_by. local governments,

So far therefore from criticising Britis\:

West Indian Airways for any real o-
imaginary deficiency in their service pro-
vided for them West Indians ought to be
grateful for the benefits which they derive
from the operations of this Company.

The failure of, West Indians to appreciais
the debt they owe to British West Indian
Airways and de facto to British Overses ;
Airways has been due to a variety c!
reasons.

It is not easy to bring home to any but
the residents of Trinidad the West Indian
flavour of British West Indian Airways.

Unless West Indians visit the Chaco.
Street Headquarters of British West India:
Airways in Port-of-Spain or inspect the
hangars and maintenance workshops of
the Company at Piarco airfield they cannc:
reasonably be expected to appreciate th2
extent to which the Airways really de-
serves to be called West Indian,

Under normal. conditions the heac -
quarters in Port-of-Spain might have bee:
expected to pay particular attention i»
public relations and to ensure that th2
important role which British West Indian
Airways was fulfilling in the development
of inter-island communications was widely
understood. But conditions could hardly
be described as normal when/a little re-
flection will recall to mind the fact that ai
the time of taking over responsibility for
the running of British West Indian Air-
ways the Chairman of British Overseas
Airways Sir Miles Thomas was faced at
home with the formidable task of wipiny:
out annual deficits of millions of pounds.
This he has done and it is not surprising
therefore that the parent company is turn-
ing greater attention to the problems which
affect an airways company serving a chain
of scattered islands and territories, eacl
with their own systems of government.

The attempt which has been made by
Mr. John Rahr, General Manager of British
West Indian Airways, to win support for
the Airways on the grounds that it is a Wesi
Indian national airways has not been ‘too
successful because of the slow pace which:
is being followed by the British territories
towards closer political association.

The elimination of British Guiana and of
British Honduras from the proposed
federation also weakens the national aspect
of the Airways.

But although federation would have
simplified the procedure necessary for
negotiations between. Airways and govern-
ments, the inclusion of Aircraft and avia-
tion on the concurrent legislative list a:
proposed by the Standing Closer Associa-
tion Committee would still leave the way
wide open under federal government for
the maintenance of many of the potential.
ly irksome and restrictive powers which
individual governments now possess vis 2
vis the Airways.

By deciding to appoint an officer free to
travel extensively along the routes nov,
operated by the Company and free to dis-
cuss personally with official or other in-
terested persons problems’of directly locai
concern the Chairman of British Overseas
Airways has shown an understanding and
awareness of the peculiar problems which
must always arise in an area where
diversification and not unification is the
prevailing and dominant feature of all
activities.

_ At the same time the availability of such
an officer cannot help but increase the
natural if slow tendency for. the residents
of all the British Caribbean territories to
vegard British West Indian Airways, not
as an offshoot of an Airways Company
remotely controlled from a_ distant
European capital, but as their own airlines
Standing, metaphorically speaking, on its
own feet, balancing its: own budget’ and
proud of its association with a successful
ind pr sive British Airlines with an-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Our Common Heritage 17





A Gloomy Situation

The middle of the nineteenta
century saw a period of inereasing
production in the Island’s sugar
industry. As the century grew
older, the economy of Barbados,
resting as it did almost entirely
ou sugar, continued to be fairly
stable, The reasons for that are
not far to seek. There was a steady
increase in the population, yield-
ing a plentiful supply’ of labour.
Steam factories were gradually
taking the place of windmills and
greater atenibn was being given

to the appli m of manures,
But before long, the Island was
to be faced with one of those
crises that have frequently oc-
curred in its nity The main
reason for the economic distress
which now came upon the Island
was that the price of sugar had
dropped very sharply. The conti-
nent of Europe had found another
source to supply its sugar needs.
Countries like France, Russia,
Belgium and Holland went in for
the production of sugar beet and
decided to help the new industry
with bounties or grants that ranged
from one pound to five pounds
per ton, The sugar producer on
the continent made a good profit
in his home market and could the.
afford to sell his surplus sugar to
England below cost. That was
disastious for the West Indian
planters who could not sell their
sugar to the Européan countries
because the latter imposed high
to protect their own pio-

ducers from outside competition,

It was a gloomy situation and
no one seemed to know the way
out of it. Even nature appeared
unwilling to help and drought,
following drought, helped to make

en ll iin

JOHN REDMAN BOVELL

canes and instructed his over-
seers io keep g sharp lookout for
any grass-like plants tnat looked
unfamiliar, Eventually, an over-
seer, named J. B. Pilgrim, came
across some strange little plan’:
that he could not identify.
discovery was promptly reported
to Bovell who set out the new
seedlings in a field by themselves.
In due course, the idea first moot-
ed by J. W. Parris—that the seed
of sugar cane would germinate
under ‘certain conditions — was
proved to Bovell’s satisfaction
when the seedlings at Doddg de-
veloped into sugar canes. What-
ever doubts still jremained on
the subject were completely re-
moved when Bovell and Pro-
fessor Harrison, working together,
proved the fertility of sugar cane
seed by actual germination tes's.

Encouraged by this happy re-
sult, Bovell and Harrison turnid
their attention to a number of
vital experiments dealing with
the effect of manure on the cul-
tivation of the sugar cane, the
comparative value of varieties
that alreedy existed and the pos-
sibility of raising new. Varicties
of sugar cane from seed,

The

~

the outlook even worse. In. this
critical period of decline, the only
thing that made rapid progress

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to come in from all parts of thn
Caribbean, In 1899 he was per-|
suaded to give his advice and
guidance to St. Kitts and Antigua
where he statted certain sugar
cane experiménts. When _ St,
Vincent was visited by volcanic
ei.uptions in 1902 and 1907, he was
sent there to report on the
damage, In 1909, when Puerto
Rico’s sugar cane was attacked
by disea#es, he was invited to in-
vestigate the ravages on a num-
ber of plantations. The Following
year he travelled to St. Croix, at
the invitation of its governor, and
piepared a scheme which eventu-
illy led to the establishment of
the St. Croix Experiment Station
In 1917 he was invited by the
governors of Guadeloupe and
Martinique to investigate the sugar
industry in the French colonies
and his report led to the egiab-
lishment of an agricultural experi.
ment Station in Guadeloupe.
Even St. Domingo and Jamaica
competed with other islands to
obtain Bovell’s advice on the agri-
culture of the sugar cane.

It must not be thought that
Eovell’s interest in West Indian
agricultuie was limited to the
cultivation of sugar cane, He was
greatly interetied in many other
crops, including the cotton industry
of Barbados, and took no little
pride in the various strains of
Sea Island Cotton whicn he
developed.

Appropriate Memorial

Bovell’s experiments with
sugar cane seedlings turned out
\c be a matter of international im-
pu.tance, At about the same time
similar investigations were being
unde,taken in Java and by a
strange co-ineidence, the fertility
ol sugar cane seeds was establish-
ed within six months of Bovell’s
ciscovery. Dr, Benecke of Java

NOBOD
DIARY

Monday ~— On behalf of the standpipe

masses I hereby protest against the|

turning off of the Fountain water.

How can it depress the majority of
the island’s inhabitants, who have no
running water in_their homes or hovels,
if the few thousands who pay for this
privilege have to content themselves
with a trickling shower ?

One of the things which give satisfac-
tion to the waterless masses is the sight
of the water gushing from the Fountain.
Even the expert says that only a small
saving of water is made when the Foun-
tain does not play.

Why then be so niggly : Let it play,

at full blast!

Only one person in sixteen in the
United Kingdom has water in their
houses but do they stop the fountains
in Trafalgar Square from playing? You
bet they don’t. If people can’t have water
in their homes they like to see it play-
ing in their fountains.

Turn on the Trafalgar Fountain and
while you’re about it fill up the Consti-
tution Lake. If water is Scarce let’s
have a rationing scheme but hands off
the Fountain, say the standpipe com-

munity on whose behalf I am proud to
speak (Loud huzzas and cheers from the

Civie Circle).

Tuesday — Pardon my standpipe laugh. I
But I can’t help it.

know it’s vulgar.

LO OL LL LLL LL A A

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You see they have built a fish shed at
Paynes Bay. And in this shed they have

happened to be several months
‘head of Bovell, but neither
knew of each other’s experiments
at the time.

While J. W. Parns must be
given the credit for first discover-
ing Sugar cgne seedlings, Benecke

was a strange fungus disease that
attacked the stems and roots of
the canes. The West Indies had
already been forced to the melan-
choly conclusion that the Bourbon
cane, on er the sugar industry 5
in these ies, depend was : VELL
rapidly becoming cieanmten, And JOUN REDMAN ~ and Bovell deserve recognition for
. terrible truth soon became In spile of the series of stun- being the first to realise the
‘apparent to all that the Bourbon ning biows they had sustained in potential value of cane seedlings.
cane, in its. thy condition, the recent past, the planters had Wor king separately, with a vast
was more We Seeite te te wrens not lost the courage and resilience distance between them, they were
disease thar,any other variety. that had distinguished their an- pioneers in the search for new
It is small wonder that the cestors. Seeing a glimmer of hope varieties to improve the cultiva-
Barbadian planters, whose ances- in the investigations of Bovell and tion of sugar cane. After his first
tors had survived all the ravages Harrison, they gave the latter their success, Bovell continued with his
ot hurricane and drought, pesti- ready co-operation. They wel- experiments and propagated many
lence and social unrest, began to comed the manurial experiments sugar cane seedlings and hybrids,
falter in face of a situation over With sugar aane and adopted what- Several of these, inch the
which he had no‘controi, A suc- ever suggestions were made for famous B.H.10 (12), were to
cession of poor harvests and fall- increasing their crop in crder to be the means of saving the sugar
ing prices had brought many to offset the low prices then prevail- industry not only in Barbados but
the ruin of bankruptcy. Those ing. The increased use of artificial in other parts of the world,
who remained saw their resources Manures, as a direct result of the It is well to remember that
dwindling steadily away. ‘They experiments at Dodds, produced Bovell had no highly tzainea
resorted to the methods that led the bumper crop of 1890 and specialists and no well-equipped
to inefficiency. They employed brought the Island a welcome laboratories to help him in his



erected a concrete slab.
used?

fish stories.

Further along the beach in the heart
of cast-off-clothing land, a centre for the
I hope
soon to get some support for my solo
clean the beach campaign. Or perhaps

just-over-teen-agers is growing.

the younger set don’t see what I see.

Wednesday — Couldn’t we have a bit of fun
next June during Coronation Weel?
Impress the Government Water Boat,
enlist (“Barbadoes” if necessary) the
Pocket Players and stage the landing at
Holetown all over again? Think of thie
fun and games! All the hoi polloi (that’s
you and me) could stand around wear-

And do you
know how the concrete slab is being
That’s right! the wise boys of
the neighbourhood sit upon it and tell





SUITCASES
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less labour, used less manure and measure of relief.
imported fewer chemical fertili-

sers. It is not surprising that the

West Indian Reputation

invesugations. “When I asked the
Governor of Barbados, Sir William
Robinson,” Bovell once wrote, “to

ing Jacobean dress or Arawak grass
skirts according to choice. There would

But the grave problem still re- allow me to carry out the sugar
SAitonia eating wom ah mained to be tackled. {t was im- cane expeiiments and informed
foie a6 fasingly difficult to perative that an alternative should him that Harrison was willing to
intadet oer high stanites a4 of %& found for the Bourbon cane, help, he informed us that we
cultivation on ‘Which the Island which had long been the chief could carry ‘them out but that we
had long prided. iteelf source of the world’s sugar sup- must not ask for any money; and
War x Enpe: ‘ ply, but had now collapsed under so for some time I had to buy a
‘reaching Experiments — tne’ attacks of the fungus diseases. Quantity of chemical, botanical
Tt was in these circumstances Since his appointment a3 Superiu- and biological apparatus, and for
—during a period of great perli tendent of Dodds, Bovell had been years, in addition, to pay an
for the Island — that John Red- engaged in experimental work, assistant out of my salary.” Such
man Bovell come forward to serve testing varieties of canes from 4 Stipulation would seem fantastic
his native land and the larger jhe Botanical Department of Ja- t© the modern research worker,
outside world. It is certain that maica. Now, with disaster facing yet it was in duch circumstances
without his genius and that of his the sugar industry, he resolved to that Bovell carried out experi-
co-worker, .Professor J. B. Hav- intensify his study of new varieties, ments that were to have far-
tison, Barbados and the West Such of his seedlings as cane from Teaching results, Such is the debt
Indies would have fallen into ir- the Bourbon variety were immedi- that the sugar industry of the
retrievable ruin. ately abandoned and the White World owes to the discovery of
In the year 1859 — when Boveil Transparent cane was selected for Came seedlings and the develop-
was only four old — the ©xperiment because it showed the Ment of new varieties that Bar-
owner Hi id plantation, greatest resistance to the fungus bedos is justly proud of her
Ke reported in the disease which had brought the distinguished son,

Press that he had seen sugar cane Collapse of the Bourbon,
seedlings on his land and that the
seedlings were from the Bourbon

Boveil’s success in this experi-

In 1908 Bovell was awarded the
Imperial Service Order for his in-
valuable work jn tropical agricul-

Transpa om ment in 1888 was an event of the ture. But a far more adequate
porn Ha deere hn: Spleen first importance, Recognition was expression was found for West
a startling discovery, that was to slow in coming at first, It was Indian gratitude when a scholar-
prove of world-wide importance, not until some eleven years later ship was establidhed in his name
but at the time it went almost ‘hat Sir Daniel Morris, then head at Imperial College of Tropical
comple unnoticed. Though of the Imperial Department of Agriculture. in Trinidad. The
Parris’s discovery received little Agriculture, publicly called atten- decision of the Barbados Govern-
credence at first, the opinion tion to the value of seedling canes ment in 1937, nine years after his

steadily gained ground that in the great battle to save the death, to award two scholarships
the seed of the sugar cane West Indian sugar industry from in every three years, to the value
was fertile. As Bovell grew up, !Uin. In recognition of his services of £150 each per annum for three

he came to hear of the alleged 8 a research worker, Bovell was years, together with free tuition,
discovery of 1859 and his curiosity appointed to take charge of the provided the sort of memorial that
was aroused. When he was ap- ‘ield work in Barbados as Agricul- would have gladdened the heart

pointed Superintendent of the
Dodds Reformatory and Industrial
School in 1883, he began, with the
permission of the Government, to

work on the testing of varieties of Calls for his services soon began
denestimnetpensvicies+t Geopieild Genin adcieriietiniass

tural Superintendent of

cane experiments.
Bavell’s reputation now begar

to travel beyond his native land.

sugar.



of the man who worked with
single-minded devotion to advance
the cause of tropical agriculture.

(Next Saturday:—
HERBERT GREAVES).



No. We Couldn't Debunk The
Men Of The Air |

The Saints and Sinners Club
specialises in the pleasant art of
Del + Pomposity has a
rough time if it rears its head, and
false modesty is shrivelled like a
raisin,

Bookmakers; editors, comedians,
lawyers, sentimentalists, satirists
and politicians—you will find all
pha in the limited member-

ip.

But last month the chairman,
Frank . Gentle, branched out.
We held an aviation lunch, and
when it was over everyone
knew that something significant
and ‘even’! memorable had

happened.

in that gathering were some
of the mers and madmen
who jade ithe first airplanes
and them. And sprinkled
among Ruests were airmen
of to-day who race across the
world as if it were not much
bigger than a pond.

Flying Pig

There was Sir Frederick Hand-
ley Page, who at 67 years of age
speaks as if he is making himselt
heard above the roar of the en-
gine, “They said the German
planes would be better than ours,”
ne said. “They weren't!” ‘Near
him was Lord Brabazon, pilot No.




1, who, on one of his first flights
in those far-off days, took up a
pig with him to prove that pigs
ean fly,

“Did they put it in a museum?
No, It sold for about five shillings
above its market price and pro-
vided am. English dinner.”

That gay, limbless hero Dougla
Bader, who refuses to stay on the

By Heverley Haxter

ground for more tnan a few da
at a time, jested well and oun
us deeply in the process: George
Ward and Laddie Iueas, young
veterans of the last war in the
air, looked with ‘proper respect
upon Sir Miles Thomas, who pilots
B.O.A.C. on. its. difficult course
around the world,

There was bravado im the air,
but there were ghosts as well

_ + « the men who gave their

lives in conquering that last

free element, the air.

No wonder Aneurin Bevan, as
a private guest, looked on and
Wes content to be: silent, The
only saints or sinners that mat-
teredat that luncheon were those
with wings,

Page Turns
History writes: with an ironic
pen, The next day at the House
of Commons there were two
functions in adjoining private
rdoms. One was jan official wel-
tome to visiting German journal-
ists, the other was given by
William Teeling in honour of the

Japanese Ambassador.

His Excellency told us that the

emperor had not lost the devotion
of his people. “In Japan,” he said,
“we think of the nation as a

family, and he is,the head of the
family.”
I have always believed that it
was a bad day when we ended the
lo-Japanese alliance, It re-

moved the last restraini



ig in-

*
fluence on a nation which was un-
ceasingly dominated by arrogance
and fear. But America insisted,
and we bowed to her will.

This Liberty ?

In a week crowded with events
I had some doubts about accepting
the invitation to attend a party at
the Polish Embassy to celebrate
the anniversary of that country’s
liberation.

Poland’s liberation? Was that

when Russia stabbed her in the
back while she was fighting for
survival against Hitler's blitz-
krieg? Was it in the last stages of
the war, when the Warsaw Resis-
tance Movement struck at the
Germans and the Russians did not
move a soldier to help,
_ Or perhaps the celebration was
in honour of the day when Poland
exchanged her Nazi masters for
the men of the Kremlin.

Mirthless
it was a strange company that
gathered at the Embassy in Port-
land - place. There were lots
and lots of our Left-wingers cavi-
are and vodka, were to be had,
but not even the politeness of a
guest could make me say that

it was a merry party.
I met one of the Russian Em-
bassy staff who seemed rather
depressed, Perhaps he is anxious







abcut the new Ambassador
Gromyko who may make changes.
Every true Russian naturally
wants to return to his beloved
Fatherland, but may not be|
equ nxious to go to the next!
\ ore his time, |
—L.E.S. '

of course be oceans of drinking, a catch
or two and the inevitable steel-band.
Capt. Raison and the Police Band and
the musical horses would be given 2a
The
whole exciting performance could be
filmed by the British Council and shown
to school children in England to make
them Empire-minded. We've got to de
something to compete with the Carib-
bean Festival that’s just ended in Haiti.

Besides I get a bit tired with the same
old parades by the Police Band. Don’:

week’s holiday. They deserve it.

you? There would of course be somc

connection between the Pageant and the
On June 2nd there would be a
most dignified and traditional Barbadian
ceremony during which the name “Hole”
would be decorously buried and w.e.f.
June 2 1953 the capital of the St. James

Throne.

Coast would be Queenstown or if that’s
not good enough Elizabethville.

But in any case we’ve had enough of
the Hole. It’s too shabby for the miu-
eral coast.

P.S. To mark the breach with the pasi
the wealthy residents or property own-
ers of the Platinum Coast will (I hope)
present the people of Barbados with «

miniature open air Greek Theatre and)

a large fountain on condition that the
fountain is never turned off.

Thursday—People are asking whether
Temple Yard is the Valhalla of hawk-
ers!

Friday — The big advertisers are missing an
opportunity. The country shops of Bar-
bados are to say the least not pretty
The advertisers go along and erect
signs, Drink, Eat Relax ete., etc.

What they should do is combine ad.
vertising with shop improvement. A
coat of paint: a couple of flowering pots:
a cluster of hibiscus: would have mor«
effect on the passerby than a metal sign.
And the more attractive the shop th¢
more business. Besides tourists like it
and everybody wants tourists. Becaus>
without tourists we could not afford to
buy the spoons to stir the sugar in our
sweet water.

Saturday —I hope the Fisheries Officer ha:
read about the latest CDC Flop. It seem
that something like a quarter of a mil
lion (sterling) has been consumed it
search for sea-fish off the Seychelles.

They found it seems more shells tha:
fish and are selling out their stock.

It is just possible that some of the net:
and a trawler or two might be obtained
for the local fishery experimental s.e
tion.

P.S. With seaweed in the news anc
gelatin in short supply can anyone tell
me why we see so little sea moss? They
tell me it crawls with vitamins.

P.P.S. For North Americans only :

“It’s cooler in Barbados (See Breeze
passim.)”

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C.J. Confirms Rates In Yonkers Case

Progressive Co. Petition
Accepted By Vestry

HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice, Sir Allan Colly-
more, in the Court of Common Pleas yesterday dismissed
with costs the petition of the Yonkers Motor Omnibus Co.
Ltd., objecting against the rates the St. Michael Vestry
laid upon them for 1952-53, and confirmed the Vestry’s

rates.

‘The decision came after three days hearing—Wednes-
day and Friday last week, and Thursday this week. The
Vestry had assessed the Company at $644.03 in respect of
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nrofit during the previous year from which the Vestry

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Vestry, In the one the National which cannot be explained.

Co, brought against the Vestry, Refus i
His Lordship upset the Vestry’s fused Auditors

rates and ruled that the taxable

amount was $401.32 and

$6,012 the Vestry had laid.
The other case, the on

said that they w
returns of that Co;
been rated at $599.76 in respect to, or did not take account of many
* $ on eo ar oe of the books, The Abstract Book

1a ey ought only to have been therefor. ‘ ; 4 aa
assessed in respect of $1,005. therefore cannot be gaid to be a

Mr. G. H. Adams, associated yaw g rs in th aily

with Mr. J. E. T. Braneker. view of what appears in the Daily
structed by Messrs. Yearwood & ranspor'
Boyce, Solicitors, who appeared Pare oe
for the National Bus Co., also
appeared fer the Yonkers Co.
E. W. Barrow, instructed by
seme Solicitors, represented
Progressive Co, *

His Lordship said: “By their
petition, the Yonkers Motor Omni-
bus Co., Ltd., sought relief from
the rate laid and astessed by th

Vestry of the parish of St. accounts on the fa

Rlehael” oad aNd ce of them are
= sae tae peeined ooua inaccurate and false, allowing may-
be $644.03.

The Yonkers Motor Omnibus Co..
Ltd., in their petition declared that
they should not have been rated
at all as for the year’s rating the
business resulted in a loss. of the Company must be dismissed

It is for the Petitioner, Company with nd t j
to substantiate their claim for re- Ree ee

lief. The Vestry is authorised under
the Act to rate the Company which
has been in existence for one year,
by comparing the profit earned
by similar companies for similar
business, The case of the Progressive then
4 came for hearing. Mr. Reece said

Remarkable Disclosures that the Vestry would accept the

Company was put in evidence and .hould be allowed the Company.
remarkable disclosures were His Lordship said that there was
gleaned from that book. I have yo dispute about that, but the ques-
examined that Dook and shall only tion was in respect of how many
give certain examples of what days. Normally, he thought it
appears in it. On the 8rd of July, might be for the first day of the
the number of buses show that three cases, and ‘for yesterday, for
the day’s takings—the total for the jt was evident from the start ‘that

day is extended in the right column 4, 0; be tried
of that book are $252.34, An addi- pe ld aye ae fer be

tion of the figures in the respective ~“jyjq> Barrow said that the
columns does not amount to that, witnesses had to attend the Court
but only $152.34, and there can each day when the other. eases
clearly be seen the super-imposi- wore being heard as there was
tion of the figures, a two for the never any knowing when they
figure one, that is, the figure two in wong be required, He had intimat-
place of the correct figure one. ed from the first day when he
There are a multitude of similar Citlined the case. what evidence
instances, ss we see in the book, hoe had and how they would sub-
and for the month of December stantiate their allegations to prove
there are 14 occasions on which tat the returns should stand, and
the additions are wrong as appears. tig Learned Friend had an oppor-
in the right hand column; and in’ tunity from that time to agree with
most instances where additions ¢po returns,
are made, these additions are com- Besides, the Vestry had called
paratively large sums of money, upon them to produce their books
ofttimes as much as $100 for a day. fom the start, and had never en-
Thus there can be no disputing geayoured to go through them,
the fact that throughout that book 4p inference being that they

there are alterations in the figures |. ; 7 hic
and additions in the right hand oon had nothing upon which
column of various pages, . 7 is

No explanation is forthcoming ti eae piggy Mtge pete

from the petitioner Company, as ; S
how, by whom, or for what purpose EO SORES CAPES OUTS ORY

these alterations, additions and
erroneous entries were made. No -
one would do such a_ thing— Twelve Get Work
increase the gross receipts for the ; = ‘ i
emounts appearing in the respec- 6 ,
tive columns representing the true On Specialist
takings each day. : Twelve Barbadian seamen
There arises therefore the ir- were chosen yesterday to work
resistible inference that large on the Harrison Liner, 8.8.
amounts were received as takings §pecialist. Some will be firemen,
which did not appear in the various others are A.B’s. and cooks. Two
coluinns for the days takings, and boys were also picked.
it can only be said that these alter- ‘Ag soon as the news got around
ations and additions were made in that the Specialist would be taking
order to bolster up, for appear- on seamen, many men who were
ances sake, the wrong figures put gathered on. the wharf flocked to
as gross takings. the office of the Harbour and
Although it wag only by means Shipping Master,
of a spot check of these books
that an audit was made by the
auditor of the Company, it is pass- . ye
ing strange that all these altera- Case Adjourned

tions and additions should still

forms of books which must be kept,
but as I have said, the accounts

cannot expect relief from the tax-
ing authorities. or from the Court.

Act by the Vestry, stands, I shall
confirm the rates in the book.

Accepts Returns







never come to his attention as His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

ing revealed it i that City Police Magistrate, yesterday
Pies? oe cat ccee ce the adjourned until the 29th instant
additions and alterations made,

various amounts in the respective
columns, because he took the totals
appearing in the right hand total
column, regardless of what the 16th July,
true additions were.

There is also under review the
Highways & Transport book and
the explanation of the Managing gence yesterday.

Director about the number of pas- The matter was adjourned yes-
sengers carried which seems to terday because Sgt. Gill could not

have been accepted by the other- attend the Court due to illness.
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The Company refused at one
stage to two suggested auditors and
not eventually by agreement, Witness
, _,. Mr. Cuke twas admitted to inspect
c ein which the book. He proceeded to examine
the Progressive Bus Co, objected the Abstract Book which was made
was set down for hearing yester- up from various sources, including
day, but Counsel for the Vestry the Daily Returns Book which 1
vould accept the have previously mentioned. Aprar-
mpany, They had ently he either did not have access

true picture of the accounts in
in- Returns Book and the Highways

Individual traders, Trading Com-
panies, should keep true and accu-
, MY. rate accounts of their business
the gealings. If traders keep no
the accounts, there must be satisfied
with the rates laid by the taxing
authorities. There are no specific

© must be true and accurate. if the
be for an occasional error, traders

In the circumstances of this case,
without finding it necessary to go
into greater detail, the objections

were authorised to pay under the

further hearing of the case
‘ “heclé a tal brought by the Police against
was any checkymade by him-of the Martha John who is charged with
mal-treating her three-and-a-
half-year-old child on 7th and

John pleaded guilty to the
charge at an earlier hearing, and
it was expected that Sgt. Gill who
prosecuted would have given evi-





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C. S. HUSBANDS
ADMITTED TO
BAR BY C.J.

Before the business of the
Court of Common Pleas was be-
gun yesterday morning, His Lord-
ship the Chief Justice, Sir Allan
Collymore, Kt., welcomed on be-
half of himself and Mr. Justice
Chenery, Mr. Clifford S. Husbands
to the Local Bar, and admitted
him to practice in the Courts of
the Island.

Many members of the bar, some
of whom had to occupy seats in
the jury box, as well as friends
and well wishers of Mr, Husbands
attended to witness the ceremony.

Hon. Mr. C. Wylie, Attorney
General, introduced Mr. Husbands
to Their Lordships, and said:

“May it please Your Lordships,
I apply this morning for Mr. Clif-
ford S. Husbands to be admitted
to practice in the Courts of this
island.

Mr. Husbands was born in Bar-
bados on the 5th August 1926, the
son of the late Mr. A. S, Husbands
J.P., and Mrs, Husbands of Babbs
Plantation, St. Lucey. He was edu-
cated at the Parry School, St.
Lucy, and at Harrison College
until 1946. From 1946 until 1949
he was an Assistant Master at the
Parry School,

He was admitted to the Middle
Temple in 1949 ,and arrived in
the United Kingdom, the same
year. He took his finals to the
Bar Examination in December
1951, and was called to the Eng-
lish Bar on the 13th May, 1952.

“Subsequent to taking his finals,
he took a post final course lasting
for three months from February
to May this year, and in addition
to the usual Certificate of Call,
I have here a Certificate regard-
ing that Course which shows that
it was indeed a thorough and use-
ful course for a gentleman about
to undertake the practice of his
profession as a barrister.”

His Lordship the Chief, Justice,
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in wel-
com'g Mr, Husbands said: —~

“I congratulate you from this’
Bench on your call to the English
Bar, and I welcome you on your
introduction to the Bar of this
island.

Post Call Course

So far as I am aware, you are
the first barrister admitted to
practise in the Courts of this
istand who has had the advantage
of the newly instituted Post Call
‘ourse which to some extent, as
I understand it, takes the place
of ihose teachings which a Barris-
ter may derive from reading in
Chambers with a practising bar-
rister of some years’ experience,

I am pleased at that, and I am
sure you will derive great benefit
from that course.

I fear that you will find your
branch of the profession some-
what overcrowded, but the gener-
osity of the “Seniors”, I am glad
to say, still continues, and it may
be that you may get some benefit
by being given work which they
are too busy to undertake. How-
ever I wish you success in your
profession, the traditions and dig-
nity of which I fee! sure, you will
endeavour to uphold. _ You are
now admitted to practise in all
the Courts of this Island, and I
welcome you on your admission.

Replying, Mr. Husbands _said:-—

“My Lord, I am deeply _hon-
oured to be introduced to the Lo-
cal Bar by the learned Attorney
General this morning, but there is
only one regret, and that is, that
one of those whose desire it was
that I should practise at this Bar,
is not here with us. However, I
am, very pleased that my learned
Friend the Attorney General has
madevreference to him.

“J am most grateful to you, My
Lord, for the welcome, the kind
remarks and the kind warning of
the possibilities that this Bar is
becoming overcrowded. It has
alWays been my humble opinion
that every additional good barris-
ter is an asset to any Bar. My
aim is to be a good barrister.

Deeply conscious of. the noble
traditions of the English Bar o
which I am extremely proud and
hapyy.to be a member, T shall on
every occasion endeavour as_a

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Founder Of U.S. Aid Society Q.Ci Rangers

Stresses Aims For People

MR. HILBERT WILKIN-
SON, organiser and founder
of the American Aid Society
Inc. for the West Indies, teld

a gathering including the

leading social workers 0:
Barbados at Bethel Hall on
Thursday night, of the work
that the Society was doing for
the destitute people of Bar-
bados and the West Indies.
Mr. Wilkinson, a Barbadian
residing in the U.S.A. for the
past 32 years, has his 6wn
printing establishment. He
arrived here recently on a
visit, his second in five years
and is staying with his rela-
tives in Bank Hall Road.
Chairman of the meeting was
Ms, John Beckles who introduced
Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson and_ his
cousin, Mr. Otway Wilkinson an-
other Barbadian who is a prom-

inent member of the Americar”

Aid Society.

Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson, explain-
ing his mission to Barbados told
how the Society was formed four
years ago. At that time he said

that it was not incorporated and *t

quite a number of people felt that
enly Barbadians in America were
lcoking after the interests of tir
own people back home, but that
was not so. The Society since had
its charter and served islands in
the West Indies-including Jamgi-

ca, St. Kitts, Nevis, Antigua, «

Trinidad, and Barbados.

He said that proper books were
kept and the organisation was run
on strictly business lines. The
members of th: Committee com-
prising Barbadi:ns were not com-
pensated in any way and the work
rerformed by them was done
voluntarily.

He said that the Society sent
gifts of clothing frequently to
Barbados to be distributed among
ihe poor people and there were
rumours which apparently came
from this island that had reached
the Committee of the Society say~!
ing that the people vr whom the
gitts were intended, got little or
none of them. Such rumours be-
gan to affect the work of the
Society and he especially visited
the island at this time to consoli- |
cate the work of the soniety |
and to appoint a Steering
Committee who would be able to |
look after the distribution of items |
received from the Society in aid
of the poor, |

The Committee comprising Mrs, |
H. G. Cummins, Mrs. Olga Sym- |
monds, Madame Ifill, Mrs. L. A. |
Hall and Mr. A. Lloyd Mayers
would be rexyponsible for all the |
articles sent to Barbados on be- |
half of the Society and they would |
see that the instructions regard- |
ing the distribution to the vari-/
ous parishes were carried out.

It is hoped now that this Com-
mitter has been appointed, all per-
sons having any grievances or



rdtr to relieve to soye



s isting co.ditions

ciety fcr distribu-

n of the Society
under-priv-

rica, if wort



ine disibucen

formation of ths
Wilkinson’s reraarks. “Chey remained in Trinidad for a
He said that
was no millicn do lar corporation,
but the members had got tage.
{ emething for the poor p:o-
Je and were trying their b

He emphasised that
dos should not try to by°-
f the dist ,)-
d clothing by send-

were to continue,

Whi'z it would be
very sad thing to do, yet accord-
s to their charter, they would
to continue contributing to
the other West Indian islands,

Mrs. Symmonds on behalf of the
Committee promised that
they would do all in their power
to see that the instructions of the
Society were carried out and that
distributions would be made to the
most, deserving cases,



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fire at Brevitor
Peter, at about
Wednesday burnt one and a quar-
ter acres of sour grass,
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Trinidad

Sixteen Queen’s College
Rangers returned to the island
yesterday morning by the M.V.
Canadian Challenger from Trini-
dad, In charge 2! the girls were
Miss C. Jordan and Miss _1,
Pickering.

While in Trinidad, the girls
camped at the Trinidad Girl
Guide Headquarters at Belmont
They made trips to San Fernanco.
La Brea and Point-a-Pierre. At
Point-a-Pierre they were taken
around the oilfields.

The Camp Commandant was
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IS

GOOD COCOA

holiday.

Both Miss Jordan and Miss
Pickering teid the Advocate yes-
terday that -heir visit was a very
successful one. “The Trinidad
Guides were very hospitable to
us,” they said.

Those returning yesterday
were: Miss C. Jordan, Miss I.
Pickering, Joan Best, Yvonne
Barnwell, Thelma Brathwaite,
Doreen Dear, Andoline King,
Maridene King, Anita Lawhar,
Leila Mascoll, Patricia Maxwell,
Joyee Maynard, Daphne Smith,
Joan Walker, Marcia Yarde, Jean
Best and Clarita Jordan.

‘Challenger’ Taking
Sugar « Miolasses
For Canada

The Motor Véssel Canadian
Challenger, under the command
of Commander Victor Clarke,
arrived here yesterday morning
from Trinidad with 120 tons of
cargo to be landed. This cargo
originated from Australia, Colom-
bo and Trinidad,

Already the ship has been load-
ing 2,500 tons of sugar at British
Guiana, She will now take a load};
of 3,500 tons of sugar while in
Carlisle Bay.

In addition to sugar, the Chal-
lenger will also load 8,000 pun-
cheons of molasses and 750 car-
tons of rum. The cargo she is
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Visited Welfare Centres

Mr, Wilkinson visited seme of
the welfare centres in the island
and spoke highly of the work that
was being done on behalf of the

palling conditions of sorne of the
people in the island and promised
when he returned to the U.S.A
that his Society would make a big





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MS--Two furnished rooms for rent.| Street. Dial 2791. 14.8.52—3n.
Worthing, opposite the Royal pee:
Best Sea-bathing. Garage :
Phane 840ly > «+ eke c. POULTRY
F cae jy |. COCKERELS -- — special pure bred
idee a eae aor peas eo Leghorn Cockerels 4 months old. Dial
Sunde Avene” Garage inclusive. . Diel{ 2274 oF 349g r
3878 or 4249. 10.8,52—3n

MISCELLANEOUS 3

BOOKS—Fashion Books, French
Spanish now available; also Covered
Buttons — Buckles the latest styles at
“bony Dressghop,"’ Prince William Hen-
ry Street, above Lashley’s Store, and at
Upper Reed Street. 16.8.52—1n.

BLOCK STONE—A large quantity of
Sleck stone Suitable for sawing punposes
siso a quantity of machine-broken stone,
concrete stone %” chips %" cl

and dust. Contact Keith

aoe:

em
Manaer’ Lodge Stone Works Co
4656. 13.8,

TO AN APPROVED TENANT
Small furnished flat (3 bedrooms) in
Pavilion Court for three months, Sep-

tember. to November, Phone ah.
. . 16.8.52—2n,







MAKE . . Big
profits. full Gp spare time. Seil
sonal Christmas Cards Spanish Greetings
25 for $1.50 Name imprinted. Samples
Free. Also 20 beautiful box assort-
ments. Wrile Air Mail, CYPHERS
oe CO., 78 W. Huron .St., Buffalo,
N.Y. :

30.7.02—199
PERSONAL

1 beg notify the geners! publi
oe. my. husband LESLIE S#ywoul
ARCHER icit the Island for ‘Wyinidac
over press years. I do 1i6t hear
from him or know of his where-about
and ¥ am about to be married again tr
the near future



HOUSEHOLD
description, Owen
Street. Dial 3209.

IPMENT

> Alider, 118
10.6.5"
HARDWOOD POSTS in various lengths
nd sizes — 2 good Selection. N. B,
Howell, Bay Street. 16.8.52—3n

that leopard
INVALID. WHEEL CHAIR--Apply G. W.

-lutehinson & Co., Lid,
14.8.52—2n

ONE-GALLON FOOD JARS
A quality of one (1) gallon Gloss Jara to
x2 gold th lots of not less than six (6)

of All
ite):
2.0













to





bs v* om t $1.40 each. Apply the Standard
Elgned LECIAN ISABEL ARCHER | s gency (Bidos) Co., i4 Swan. Street,
{net GREVERS) Uial S620, 1$.8.52—3n,

“Ghapiian Lane, Bridgetown:
e §.8.52--3:



FPOCKETED SPRING MATTRESSES.

A limited number of Patent Spring
illed Mattresses. Each individu-
oi Spring covered in Calecoe. Britain's
“est manufactured type.
“t $66.39 each. Also available fh 4 feet
3 inches, [rice on application, The
Standard Agency (B'dos) Co., 14 Swan
Street, Dial 2620. 15.8.52—3n,

PAM’S HAIR DYE—Reecommended by
gieading hairdressers, Easy to apply.
immediate Action. Glossy Bifect. No
joed Pillows. Buy a Bottle. I. Gooding,
fausby Allay. 16.8,52—10

The public are hereby warned agalus
giving credit to my wife, Carmen Lou:
Murrell (nee Mascoll) as I do not hoid
myself responsible ior her or anyone
else contractiw® any debt or debts m
my name unless by a written orde)
signed by me.

Sgd. CLEMENT MURRELL,
Blades Hill, St. Philip.
16, 8.52-—2n





Perera a career eneeneen ene

NOTICE
PAKISH OF CURIST CHURCH

APPLICATIONS for the post of Store-] SU jow to Daily
keepers, ch Ch.. Aimphouse “(Marked | Celogra aaa s a Nows-
“Apolications’) will be reegived by | o now arriving Bar ~
Mrs. -¥. A. ‘Talma, Churehwagden,|only a few days publica’
Welches, Ch. Ch. up to 3 p.m, the 16th | London. Contact im Gale, C/o. o-
August, 1952. cate Co. Ltd, 1 Representative

Terras and conditions available fromm | Tel. 3118, 41,4.53—t.f.n

the Parochial Office 9.8.52—4n





STOVES—Just arrived, Shipment of -
- yet $ Burner Stand Models of the famous
GREEN ARROW" Blue Flame Ol
Stoves with the long lasting Fibre-GLASS
WICKS. OBTAINABLE at ‘all leading
Hardware Stores, K, J. Hamel-Smith
“% Co., Limited. Agents. Bridge Street.
Whone 4748 16, 8.52—3n








TAREES—For Sale at Blackman's House
St. Joseph. Makogany Trees, (very
-rge) offers will be received up to 27th
August, inspection any day, any hour.
Apply \0 Mrs. Jdhn Lee on the prem-

: joints and mus-
dee ze wracked with

rheumatic remem
erent PT, whniee



Linkment: A single massa: ices, and ofers in writing mad 43 her
POOP OPOGPOOHO GHG OOOO OS,
NOTICE
e
Advocate Stationery ve uae
FOR HOOKS CLOSED FOR
legoeeeceecccees |$ SIOCK-TAKING

NOTICE

TUESDAY, 19TH AUGUST

Thia is to wotify my friends and
customers that my workshop will and
be closed from the ith August WEDNESD. 20TH
for 2 weeks. 7 iJ
D. RUSSELL, { AUGUST
e

Y. DE LIMA & CO. LTD.
“Your Jewellers”

DEOPLOOPOSHOH HOD







HOUSE on lony lease by Uctober
on Sea Const c
Large Verandah, &
offices, vicinity








Lawrence, Worth iF %
Top Rack erad| unfur-
nished and enc! Call K. D y
Edwards 4149 or 2375. ‘ ‘
$1.7. 62—tin
eer sae
SS





We will he closed from

HURRICANE
PRECAUTION
HINT No. 5

WARNINGS.

}
(
fier warning— \
Avoid low lying area
liable to flood. Make e
rangements to leave
early. Don’t run the risk
of being marooned.

i8th Instant to 30th for

our
1s

ANNUAL
HOLIDAY



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\ R. H. EDWARDS LTD.
8, Broad Street



‘sod tyres. New Batteries, low mileage |;
















given work
13.8. 4

|\ PUM NOTICES |

82—6n. | 5

3 feet (single) |!

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







PUBLIC SALES WANTED

WELP







REAL ESTATE



























B.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
10.8 .52—Tn

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Stopovers en route at no extra fare
Luxurious DC-6 and DC-6B airliners
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ARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

{Equitable Jurisdiction)

JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
(Defendant)

IN pursuance of an Order in this!
Court in the above action made on fhe
Bist day of July, 1952, I give notice to’
all persons having any estate,- right or
lectrie light, Mmspection .1%y day be-} interest in or any tien or incumbrance
ween ten and four. } affecting all that certain piece or par
‘The above Fe be set up for sale at. of land situate near Melrose in the pz

“THE HERMITAGE” situate at the
er of White Park and Country Road
tar.ding on about 123,040 square feet of
nd. The House contains Gallery, two
ving rooms, dining Toom, eight bed-
, three dressing rooms, water and

OFFICIAL NOTICE |
|







tion at our Office, Lucas| ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar-
. = day the 22nd day of August’ bados containing by admeasurement one |
952 at 2.30 p.m. jrood thirty-five perches or thereabouts
CARRINGTON & SEALY (ebutting and bounding on lands of Lilian |

14.8.52—-6n | Holloway on lands of a place called “Mel- |
—— | rose’ on lands of the estate of Thomas
aan ee Rd. | Gill deceased and on the public road or

aa) :





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oop 6127. 16.8.52—8n. ; their said claims with their witiessos; | mous 7-course meals and all the extras’ or choose

— nt documents and vouchers, to be examined
" WINIPRED—Land@’s End 2 storey house| by me on amy Tuesday, or Friday be-
bedrooms, drawing and dining rooms,|tween the hours of 12 (noon) and 3
th, toilet, kitchen,

an and water.! o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
feels: Ae POS cag’
108.

KLM’s economical Air Tourist Service. On both you
enjoy the comfort and convenience of the same fast,
modern aircraft and the confidence inspired by the
same experienced ‘“‘million-mile” pilots and crews.

Phone of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
16,.8.52—2n. | Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
«= \before the 8th day of October, 1952, in

torder that such claims may be ranked



AUCTIO:



,according to the nature and priority
“~~ \ thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
{sons will be precluded from the benefit

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|of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper-
ty. 7

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

For fuil information see:
S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO,
Tel. 4613







PARISH OF ST. PHILIP i
on for the conveyance of Paup-




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soft rag

For twice the shine in




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half the time, just use
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SHIPPING

ZEALAND WW & LIMITED.
(M.A.N.Z. UINE)

5.8. “GLOUCESTER” 1s scheduled to
ait from Port Pirie May 31st, Devonport
fune Sth, Melbourne June i4th, Sydney
‘une @th, Brisbane July Sth, arriving at
about August 6th.



NOTICES

OOPS SL



The M.V. “CARFBBEE” will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Tues~
day 19th inst.





tarbados

In addition to general cargo this vessel The M.V. “MONEKA” will ac-
nas ample space for chilled and hard cept Cargo and Passengers for
rogen cargo. Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,

Nevis and St. Kitts.

Gay 22nd inst.

Cc ted on through Bills of Sailing Fri-
adie tie oe transhipment at Trinidad to
eeward and

uritish Guiana, L Windward

telands. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
further particulars a a ASSOCIATION (INC.)
se! e aye Consignee. Telephone No. 4047

CURNESS WITHY & CO., LED.,
TRINIDAD. ade









A | be ranked. DA ©OOS8TA & ©0., LTD., i
(a) zon any part of the Parish tc ti Given gnaar my hand this 3ist day of WORLD'S FIRST AIRLINE
ouse, uly, ‘ —
(b) From, the Almshouge to the Gen- | F. G TALMA, ROYAL DUTCH ?
eral Hospital, ‘ ag. Clerk of the | : 0.
fii be Teceived by, ‘he undersit¢ed, no’ Assistant Court ¢¢ Appeal. | AIRLINES e
later than Monday 25th September, 1952. =. 8,52—3n. |
P. Ss. W. f fr
Clerk to the Rgerd a earen® | OFFICIAL SALE 4 aL.
16.8.52—8n. | CANADIAN
paeae ‘ \. SERVICE
. | IN THE erent COURT OF — * “a SOUTHBOUND

» ‘ APPEAL Sails Sails Arrives
: PARISH OF ST. PHILIP a
mA fons for the Post of Nurse at’ JOHN ANTHONY, CUMMING. (Plaintif) | eA - ine ee a 8 Aue

it. p's Almshouse will be re-] 7°! Gers OTWAY WILKINSON | ' 4 2 USA |, PARODI” August 15 August 29 Sept 2
Keived by the undersigned up to Satur- | (Defendant). | im a Ol “IM” i August 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 15
ay 30th August 1952. } NOTICE is hereby given that by vir- “ARNETA” Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept, 28

Applicants, must be qualified as i tue of an Order o! the Assistant Court : ; ga
Nurse and Midwife, and must forward | (¢ Appeal dated the Sist day of July © NORTHBOUND
arate araleeodns eek carkacaien) 1952 there will be set up for sale to the 5 1 gi
¢ ee ss oe 26 er os mt highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk e ia § 4‘ STRAMER Due Barbados September 11th, for St.

of competency. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the i Lawrence River Ports.

The successful candidate will be re-
@uired to assume duties on the 25th
September, 1962.

Any further particulars may be ob-
pies from the Parochial ‘Treasurer's |

Court House, Bridgetown, between the
nours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the lth day of
October, 1952: All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate near Melrose im
the parish of Saint Thomas and Island





smail-car buy!



P. S._W. SCOTT,
5 of Barbados containing by admeasure-
Clerk to the eee ment one rood and thirty-five oe
. iss so—tn, | OF thereabouts abutting and bounding on
sa "- ) lands of niin owen, wr! ae of a
place called “Melrose” on lands of the },
NOTICE | sstate of Thomas Gill, decezsed, and on
THE BAR OS AQUATIC CLUB the public road or however else the |
NOT! TO MEMBERS { sarne may abut and bound and if not;

then sold the said property will be, set

is hereb: ven that in ac-
=, vote up for sale on every succeeding Friday

ce with Rule 8 the Club will be
poe



to Members on Saturday, 16th; between the same hours until the same
tigust, from 7.20 to 10 p.m., for Water) is sold for a sum not Yess than
‘Matches. £150. 0. 0,
By order of the Committee of Dated this Sist day of July, 1952.
Management, F. G. TALMA,
H. P. SPENCER, ag. Clerk of the
Secretany. Assistant Court of Appeal
. 5. iD.




14,8.52—3n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

THE PIONEER INDUSTRIES (ENCOURAGEMENT)
ACT, 1951

The Governor-in-Executive Committee, pursuant to section 3 (2)
(a) of the Pioneer Industries (Encouragement) Act, 1951, hereby
causes this notice to be published of his intention to make the Order






Look at the “Quality First”
Morris Minor inside and out
and you will agree that it is big

set out below declaring the manufacture of clay products for the a eos ete
Building Industry to be a pioneer industry and clay tiles, hollow tiles, faak of liegame Weck:
roof tiles, floor tiles, clay bricks, hollow clay pipes and building Hate is a ecnall. cabitintiing sneny

blocks to be pioneer products of that industry.

2. Any person who objects to the making of the Order set out
below is hereby invited to give notice in writing of his objection and
of the grounds on which he relies in support thereof to the Clerk to
the Executive Committee on or before the twenty-seventh day of
‘August, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two, so that due con-
sideration may be given to any objections received pursuant to this
notice.

of the features that are “high-
lighted” in big car specifica-
tions, Torsion-bar independent
; front-wheel suspension; body
) and chassis built as one unit on
the modern “ Mono-construc-
ation” principle; Lockheed
‘hydraulic brakes; four-apéed
*syachromesh gearbox.

Available in three models:
Four-door, Two-door Saloon,
and Convertible, Let us take .

Set BIG — beyond belief !
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.

buy a “ Minor”—bow much it
Phone 2385 Sole Distributors

ORDER eh
The Pioneer Industries (Encouragement) Act, 1951

The Pioneer Industries (Clay products for the Building
Industry) Order, 1952.

The Goverhor=in-Exécutive Committee, in exercise of the powers
conferred on him hv section 8 (1) of the Pioneer Industries (Encour-
agement) Act, 1951, hereby makes the following Order: —

1. This Order may be cited as the Pioneer Industry (Clay Pro-
ducts for the Building Industry) Order, 1952.

' 2. The manufacture of clay products for the Building Industry
is hereby declared to be a pioneer industry and the following articles
are hereby declared to be pioneer products of that industry: — ;
Clay tiles, Hollow tiles, roof tiles, floor tiles, clay bricks,
hollow clay pipes, building blocks.

saves to rum.





Phone 4504



i A. KE Ai, A, A
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this ! ae READING mre pb
day of one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two. ne. Carmeh caters ae will be given by *

come to show that life, AS GOD
has given it to us, is in reality
wholly safe and harmonious.
However dark or difficult things
may seem, this truth is practical
and provable NOW.
Study Christian Science at the
Reading Room over Bowen &

MR. GEORGE PARRIS

By Command, (Shopkeeper)

Clerk, Executive Committee.
7.8.52—3n.

At his residence,

CHURCH VILLAGE, St. PHILIP
On SUNDAY, 8ist AUGUST, 18m
ADMISSION 1/6



BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD

>, OR Mi Ml, Mm, LE,

Persons in of Barbados, British Guiana and Trinidad Senn ones, Broad Street. Me. CRCT eueres CHOIR
mc Tobago Government Currency Notes are requested to exchange BS Bre NY ate, a oe ae
them for British Caribbean Currency notes with as little delay as; fags, and on @aturdiye’ "JO Bye a woke ren ew

a.m, —12 o'clock
¢ ALL ARE WELCOME

ivan mee

possible. \

Barclays Bank (D.C. & O.), the Royal Bank of Canada and the
Canhdian Bane of Commerce will exchange the currency notes on
application, until further notice.



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EGENT HIGH SCH

Szd. H. N. ARMSTRONG, Ls
Senior Currency Officer, |
Barbados Centre.




BARBADOS TURF

FN ‘
Public, Buildings, Re-opens Tuesday, September





12th August, 1952, 16.8.52—2n. Sid, 1952. Near Ist Avenue, Pine
! | sad, St. Michael, ma your CLUB
we ; children to this secondary schoal,
@@E GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO OFFER where we pana tutor thém, for % 4
the General Certificate of Educa-
FOR SALE tion and the Landon Chamber of %f ay
Th uxiliary MOT! etch Commerce examinations,
e A a Mi O8 © Yacht One scholarship is now available P AYMENT OF PRIZES
ARGOSY jo Your children.
* Apply any Tuesday, Thursday, &
about 63 tons gross Seturday between 10 a.m. and 2

; Baneone
SSB GOEFOPOSOE SET

about 49 tons net
Said to have been built mainly of teak at Bruges in 1903, copper
sheathed, Fitted with CUMMINGS DIESEL Motor (age unknown) 6 pul
cylinders, about 84 H.P. (registered), estimated to give a speed ot | ==
approximately 8 knots on about 18 gals. fuel per hour. Three fuel |
tanks total capacity about 1,400/1,800 gals. ACCOMMODATION : |})
One large double cabin with W.C. attached, two single cabins, one} i
used as P.adio Operator’s cabin, one large saloon with sleeping accom. |
meédation, forecastle, galley with AGA stove and electric refrigerator. |
Electric light and radio transmitter and receiver. Certain parts of}
engine are missing, including self starting equipment

> am.
: THE PRINCIPAL.
16.8.42—-In



Prizes, 2/— Stand Sweep,
Pari-Mutuel and Fore-
cast Competition Prizes
will be paid on and
from Monday, 18th in-
stant.

Horses and Serial
Prizes on and from Mon-
day 25th instant.



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YO-DAY'S NEWS




FLASH

WONDERFUL ASSORT~
MENT OF

DIMENSIONS :— approximately 66ft. x 22ft. x°10ft. Gins. draft. |} Walking Sticks \{ _ Payment will be from
Inspectable at Trinidad by arrangement i} i 12.00 noon to 3,00 p.m.
Best offers are invited “as she now lies.” yy Just received by ) | daily.
For orders to view, ete., apply to ys 9 ’ ~ wT
THR COMPTROLLER OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, " i JOHNSON S i i} saa Seco
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD, B.W.I i STATIONERY yi \) 15.8.52—8n
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NEW ORLEANS SERVICE

A STEAMER sails i7th July, — arrives 2nd August

A STEAMER sails 3ist July — arrives 16th August

« STEAMER sails 14th August — arrives 30th August

A STEAMER sails 28th August — arrives 13th September

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Approximately five and three quarter
land, situated at James, between the Colony

and the Coral with 204 feet sea
will be sold it Pakaks orks cas bth tate tone
price.

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The white Monkey was first published in 1924. It
is the first novel of the second trilogy in the Forsyte
Chronicle which John Galsworthy named A Modern
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Bedser, Trueman Triumph on Sodden Wicket

Five Indian Wickets |
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LONDON, August 15 The Trinidad Table Tennis team 7 S. COPPI before he could ground within
‘ THE WRECKERS—Alec Bedser and Fred Trueman defeated a combin Bari Our study of tue LAws oF ‘© Popping crease. Diagram num-

once again pulverised the Indian batsmen and seemingly z eo i aoeat Hail tort te _ pinks arte esha adh 25s
smashed any slender chances there were of a = 3 Pahee dbenitoted ‘ih



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close fight The touring sid Br “ tricky laws. One deals wits;
in the last Test against England. mateh from the secon a cae coe
Twelve overs of thunderbolts taking twenty-five min- re ae convincingly de oh or Tea ; ‘ ° o. 3
‘ offerte ig ave st . . Adriz oware sarn ; ~ ean
utes on a rain affected Oval wicket saw them send back es Gomer eine. os retire from his wicket Antiseptics
the f five Indian batsmen for only six runs. treated fo a night of bri
‘ sites ane LAW 32
This start made in the last hour ee D, Archer, oy? ieee mi 32 di er,
and a half after the rain hae , the local team, was the only playe : . ,
caused a hold up provided the (HU oo ee Ont agains st the visite grit of His Ground
SG ME ecouitt wily one of the tna In the first set « € nigh he A batsman shall be held to b >.
shaibing See He . nd ae EAG K defeated K. Assing 2—0 jut of his ground” unless som« On é t ey?’
When the fourth wicket fell at L U On Monday the first test match t of his bat in hend or h

six, the Indians were six runs bet- 5 ar ae prin and , Barbados person be grounded behind the
ter off than in their previous worst | ete played at the Y.M.C.A line of the popping crease,

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‘Of course there are digieceinces: it could hardly







when they lost four for no runs. guuee ay etitae ~ lows. K Ity in the interpretation (of be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance
But when Bedser yorked Umri- (By SCRIBBLER) 19--3L. 15—21. x Shondes eae this law when it comes to a part
gar first ball thus putting 7 y [

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ion at the same total of six, thei etir the Barbados Turf 47 p Deb; sisigh Bests en man is “cutting” as it is com- every doctor in Great Britain.
score was twenty less than the Club, another series of games will ridge 21—17, 21—19, De n. nly known.
total of that disastrous day at © nmence today in all divisions Sakar beat C. Greenidge 18—21, “Cuttine” ‘ ‘
Leeds. the Barbados Cricket League. 2113 21-19 cc, a alee beat . ,
This was the wreckers bowling far the games have been very ©, Humphrey 21—10, 21—1 ore Please ee ll s PME LG a ca 5
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safely battled through the re= ¢ept rain washes out play d g S k ql throw the bats be-
~~ i Bh cep ain was play during me known to row their bats ss
maining 65 minutes which were one of the days. In the City Divi-« ixture 8 fore them into the crease. These A \aatmen Retin’ t y
all filled with suspense, the closing ‘on, Rangers, Notre Dame and FIRST DIVISION batsmen are quite rightly given oe Oy ree e- S a The liniment
scoring of 49 for 5 1 leaves its are leading with 12 point LAST DAY out since’ some part of the bats- “me but he may not resume his! by Dr. Earl S.
them 277 behind England’s total of cach, There has been no decision Spartan vs. Police at Park man’s person or his bat in hand innings without the consent of the man with the
326 for six declared, and tomor- jn the Dover-Bordeaux match and anderers vs Pichivick at ; orale. thin the poppi ‘he opposing captain, and then, moustache) is famous all over the
é é ateh i College vs. Empire at College grounded within the poppir all of a wicke | world for killing pain.
row they'll have to concentrate on {).crefore, these teams for the pres- INTERMEDIATE Gale only on the fall of a wicket. | wor
minimising the margin of defeat opt, can only be credited with the FIRSTDAY Cane “d B This should interest scorers and) RHEUMATIC PAIN IM THE MECK AND
rather than on vain-glorious ideas points as at the close of play. Menta! Hospital vs. Spartan at Blaci ropped Bat tatisticians especially, The M.C.C,| SHOULDERS AND IN THE ARMS,WRISTS, |
of victory ; Renae i «Peg hav led that when a batsman! / LEGS AND ANKLES, PAINS IN THE BACK,
3 Dover, however, can be counted Cable and Wireless vs. Re t Another point, some batsmen ave on ed C : i ahs of MOSQUITO AND INSECT BITES AND
: aia likd jokes ma os Boarded ‘Hpll Stes ac eoon has retired owing to illness, in-
Rain started falling again imme- '@" practical purposes oa Comberme ts ;. Wanderers at Com ave dropped their bats as soon {8% 7 aL unavoidable STINGS CAN BE KILLED WITH “‘SLOAN’S.”
iate afte: ‘ ‘i ‘ the leaders and today’s game be- y : ) sround with ury or some é a
diately after play opped, and it bermers as they are about to ground wi eon tee : : You can feel the fagine warms worm of
ls virtually cartel: that tke | nyc, tween Rangers and Dover will be Empire vs. ¥.M.y¥.2 Bat i ae popping crease. In most cause, his innings is recorded as “Sloan's” doing you good. Get a
luck _ which ha ; } py mn? Eine one of the key games of the series Pic “wil k i Police at Oval ig alg ‘Ne leaning over the “Retired, Not out” but otherwise bottle today but be sure to look for
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will confront them wit! : teanhe their next serious rivals will be FIRST DAY time but they are out wuniess they corded as Retired, Our’. pa 208, peskege i i
wetiie aA lees oa Pe a . Notre Dame and Colts. Lodge vs. Wanderers Lodge | Seg a ; Ae Weta Particular attention is drawn
erous wicket which will Uelive YM .P< vs. Windward at Beckie wn t some part of their perso 2 ere § §
ilar Servivers THOS tha ce ew ae in the area before the wicket 19° the material distinction between SLOAN’S ;
of spinners Lock and Laker Central Division rdiston vs. Piekwick at Erdiston Sn icely retiring with or without the con-
Here are some figures that tell vounashoeren ~ Empire Foundatic ; sent of the opposing Captain sinec LIEW INE RY? Wonderful t
their own story of the 25 minute In the Central Division Romans, | Ciward vs. Combermere at Fosters. | Diagram number one shows this must undoubtedly ma ore ecHenists AND Stones NS STORES
that once again br< ought ruin to an Kendal, last season’s champions, UMPIRES FOR FIFTH SERIES OF |clear case. of a hatsman bein? pearing on the method of record- Ss a B
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PAGE MGIrl ll.\KIIAIH)S ADVOCATE SATL'KUAV. All.1ST IC. 1MJ Bedser, Trueman Triumph on Sodden Wicket Fivr Indian Wickets Fall For Six Runs /;,/,/.7V < I r Oi-i Own Correspondent > LONDON. AllgU THE WRECKERS A;.. | once again pulv erif d the Indian batsmen and seemmi;h .. %  | 'n tha last lost agatng) Kn^land, Twelve oven ••( thunderbolts taking twi ckei saw ti-. men for only ita runs. TRINIDAD w/vs Know Your Cricket •t-am V M ? im mirnI -r 'hn' thou I ivn. On* dents i caused %  %  hocklBg openlni -.. %  fell ol MX. the Indian! %  ever wic k no run*. But whi kad Umrlthe battn %  %  %  t.Aai I.I thai disastrous day m This was the wrackei %  CRICKET LEAGUE VOTES (B) seKllim.KKl %  -e! ni*. D 1 \W 32 < • i.i %  .< ids Ground %  %  iid T (i %  os INurf 19—21. 15—21. A Mcndes beat A Howard 21 12. 21 18 A Mooli-han beat V. Gooding 21—7. 21 17. F. IV ridge 21 — 17, 21 — lit. Dr. N i beat C. Grvemdge IB21 13, 21 — 19 C With ll unphrov 21-111, 2115, Q V r Hiwd 21 IB 21, 21—17. I^ad. : ... will M | M YM.C.A %  M UM pot ptna tram meet wiU > Archer th > law whan port %  "cutting" known. %  and • %  through the re,.,,, ,,| :tV during %  %  %  scorinu .,• . them 2., %  defeat | with the rather thi n of victory. %  i pfao . n the Indian nnlngs on a rain sonke-i I procedure. 5.05 p %  v | !• Today'* H i to Bedser l. A Vic* S.Ofl p Central Wvtalon %  i ..mptons, with 12 points each. Brighton and St. Auu> to ex* >et I IMJ'.I. Today's Cricket Fixtures DAI %  I IMr.HMI I.IMI I lU*k %  I 11 M at Com SB) ON VISION : KAY %  %  %  was I rrarai %  i III*I um in 'ii i in %  UAH ft* M I.I -i i .II 1 SH ( 'Ulliliu" 'l I start ol th I within the 11<. J .i it tha tool Is "ii the line, but Srtthln ("cutting**) the itsxaan IK "out ot hiD trying thali ground bava baan bats b raaai rba ii.rightly B'V' I 'Antiseptics differ, don't they?' *Of course there are differences: ii could hardly be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance that Dcttol is used and recommended by almost every doctor in Great Britain.' DETTOL The Sale Way io Safely whenever infection threatens in your own home. %  •*-"• T. S. GARRAA AY Oft. BnJttl.-. llj LAW T.l hi within Dropped Hut BJ 100 -hundi %  hori pitched %  ,,. h i i makes a fine catch. %  of the cup 5.13 with | Keen Race t tubs II ... i a %  thi keen M „ . I abeit* .Hid si %  ive not droppt II .' Hid A %  I I • A Plrawkh i i' ,. <; Cl irki DTi II Batsman Urtiriug A batsman DS peel of the oats' %  ""• bul *• '"•'>" or hi* bat in hand '""' l * wlthou * con, nl i ,1 *l 'he opposing captain. only "ii the fall of .i wicktt. This should Into lalistlcians espeinave ruled that when lt batsman naa retired owlnn to till i •OOM oastr unavoidable causa, his inning* In recorded a^ Nut out" inii otharwtse .i; a complete inninato be re: as "Retired. Out". Particular attention is drawl to the material duatJnctlon iiet' retiring with or without t of the opposing Car this muitt undoubted ocaring on the method i big the retirement tM of the score. Another poir.' %  < %  Bbout t" ground with | in no %  rea of the pop] U lime but i'"i "( their ponbi KILL THAT PAIN! The liaimcol made by Dr. Esrl 8. Sloaa ilbe naa wkib UM tsg i) ii tamoui All over gw killini pain. run m na sacs AM* IKS AMO AHR1SS, %  AW at TM SACS, HOSQUITO AMD WUCT SrHB SSB ITHK1 CAM M KIUSD WITS "SUHSl'S." You can feel UM Uoslirg wumih of Slniin'i" dotes ran food. Oat • boiite today bul b lure to look for the picture of Dr. Esd S. Sloan < II ,Ui DURlH %  | another batsman bHOSJ^ 1 Water problems .., ,i Cm *••>' %  oeUsa*. Aiehi .1 A IUrt-*ooO ,. '. %  < I'' change in the ii: %  quick "ii bed S i2 i ovvl ll '" •iL n "OwniBti turns one U Ith three KamrEL eB .. 1ra t, %  ,| "" rrue rod! 12 Teleph lining ti re* ...Man,., they won Hie first innli ll nrt %  Manknd uiss io pull, round Dl i us ausumas ii. and skiea dolb vaUh mil point In the othei two tnaulU of th •TYa"' |h, •• St. John Baptist will be 5.19 p.m.. Manjrekni snicks i i form In the tlrsl thii eeinj ,: W> thej liav.lo*l all three gsmeoutright Patroleum starihli aaaaon outrtgnl Cyclone will i:, %  pUylng aaaui not ajnong the thn to Bs da si ii, ill) 5.22 p.m.. two balls 1 Ikin who makes no mi I 3.24 p m in consai Umrigar mlnui the mne || lakas io roach thi wnket and take guai iimomusiy ha plays u i ui and has his offstump yorked hv Bed*rt That was th nan-han.l nhppanl 1 b n I km t B#n b fbaahar May c Mm G.i,. Ahinwt WaftMM r>ol m.l Evan> c rhaiikai '• Ijikn nul ui.l sartrai T..lal BOWLING ANALYSIS 'I \t 1< S I fl rnaflk.r 33 S S| %  araehand Mil k-u u 23 M ik b i Early Lead 1 %  B have taken an early lead i s Laos u n|, |-, %  i" the Champions: Mn Baptist with 10 poll I S. J-5. J-J. Af, FWC.IAM1 HOWLING t present the Champion won last season b> SeBl %  Sargennt Villane Communlt) Hal] im Wednesday night. Due to i ndssindasatansuDg dslhu in tha nsni %  %  %  At thr i opportun,i. will '"' taken Li %  ; %  | team on the League, Hie touching scheme f<> young players gad umpires. In the South) Windward and I i i umpire %  .till iimutlLicnt r i :n. S.l"hl.i. %  % %  lie%  %  lining should %  • %  M ho "ill explain tele ire of registration. They'll D o Ir Every lime baVFER yOoi^ PALS A RlOE AUO THEY'RE^ALL. eotne TO THE GAME. "**" By Jimmy Ha ilo UNTIL THEy 6ET INT THE CAR*. THEN TMEVRE (50iN(5"iN EVERy P ACTION 8UT? CA£\}A[£ IN A HOLIDAY MOOD Get a pair of tur s'liartly ityled casuals to complement your new ouifit. Shown here arc two ol the many beautiful styles in a variety ol colours — so prenare rself for an %  w of Beauty when visit our store EKE A SALE IS NOW ON



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i' M.I rout H.IRHADOS ADVOCATE sATIROAV. 41'Gl'ST II, K|| l> I .A. Hums -IMW4 l cuss personally with official or other ii. icrested persons problems of directly loc; I earn the Chairman of British Overse:* A.' ways has shown an understanding an*( of the peculiar problems whir i must always arise in an area whei %  d not unification is tin ihng and dominant fejture of all I ..lies. At the same lime the availability of such an officer cannot help but Increase the natural if slow tendency for the residents il the British Caribbean territories 1 srd British West Indian Airways, no; 1 hoot of an Airways Company U4 from a dlstan' I their own airline; '*mg, or. it; budget and tuition with a successful British Airlines with an%  %  -. -' A Glwimy Siluntion canes ana BMSTUI %  <• ,n from all part* of the The nildile of the nineteenth < tout for Cc Ux-an. In ISSS he was perctntury MW a period of lncroa.in, any |WH Use p.uaded to give hi* advice and' production in the Island's *USBr unfamiliar, %  vshtuaDv an <. %  ..-guidance U> St. Kltta and Antigua; industry. As the century grew seer, named J. B. Pilgrim. c;n -tasted certain *ugftx! asASTj the economy of Barbados, across some str.mge little plar.' 'an? experiment.' When St. i resttng as it did almost entirely that be couhf not identify. vat visited by volcanic, o ausar; continued to oV, fajily discovery was (.romp'.l> Battens In 1 SOS and 1807. he was] stable. The rvasuns for that are to Bovell who '*i out ih>. i to repoit on the! 'not far to cck. There was a steady seedlings In a field by Ihemselv.o.-imag*. In 1S09, when Puertoi (increase In the population, yielaIn due cm irst mootRico's sugar cane was attacked! ing plentiful supply of labour. I by J. W. Parr is—that the seed by diseases, hi was invited to in-. Steam factories were graduaUy ' *us *r esM mold germliule vi*ti£atc the ravage* on a numtaking the place of windmills and under certain conditions — was ber of plantations The Following ..icjter ;tttcn|ioo wai being jpven proved to Bovtll'i .Usaactlon year ho travelled to St Crouc at to the application of manures. when the seedlings at Doric* ,in 1917 he was invited by the itason for the economic distress fe*or Harrison, working together governor* of Guadeloupe and ran now came upon the Island proved the fertility of sugar cane Martinique to investigate the sugar was that the price of sugar had atsd by dual Kerminatl"i test, industry In the French colonies dropped very sharply. The conliEl this happy reana his report led to the esiabnent of Europe had found another suit. Bovell and Harrison turn-d lishment of an agricultural eM>eiisouroc to supply IW sugar needs, their attention to a number if ment sution in Guadeloupe. Countties like France. Russia, vital ev,H.rim'-i,!fi dealing with Even SI Domingo and Jamaica Belgium and Holland went in for the cfTcr-i of manure on theultomneted with other islands to the production at sugar beet an*! Wvatlo BUfU cantie Main Bovall*S advice on the agridecided to help the new laoustrj %  ' culiuiv of the sugar cane, with bounties or grant* that range. I ' must not be thought that from one pound to five pounds %  'ii'tv of raising new laasffSjai in west Indian per ton. The sugar producer on %  '"K av rftT "" frr, ni >ac. agriculture su limited to the ulUvsjtion of sugar cane. He was InWrsiacd in m-.uy other the continent made a good p.o;.: In his home market and could the i ffoia to sell hli surplus sugar to England below cost. That \ is dUast.oui for Uie Wel Ind. n planters who could not sell their ufi.ii to the European countries lecausc the latter Unposi-d hiyh '.aiifts to protect their own p < %  uceis from outside competition. It was a gloomy situation and uo one seemed to know the way ut of It. Even nature appeared unwilling to help and drought following drought, helped to nw&r the outlook even worse. In l!.. critical period of decline, the oiil> thing that made rapid progrcj was a stiange fungus disease iii.ii attacked the steins and roots ol the canes. The West Indies had already been forced to the melancholy conclusion that the Bourbon cane, on which the sugar Industry n these coionJes depended, was apldly becoming exhausted. And the tarrible b utfe soon became IOHN REDMAN pOVttS. i aiding the cotton industry of Batbados, and took no little pride In the various strains of Sea Isumd Cotton which he 1, Hoped Appropriate Memorial >w,incnts with sugat can* seedlings turned out .<< be a matter of international imn- tann*. At about the same time similar investigation' were being lUkdtvtaktn In Java and by -ii..n.' io-incnieiice, the fertility %  as was estobUshSd v, ithin six months of Bjvell's (.iscovery. Dr. Benecke of Java happened to be several months Ol Boveil. but neithei kSsfW of each other's experiments • is tune. While J. W. Harris must be given the credit lor first discoverir.K .in-gar cane seedlings. Benecke oni buvell di-stive recognlUon (or of stanbeing the Mrs* to realise the %  (.trntial valu of cane seedlings-. %  pits of the ser ppar.nt to all that the Bourboii nlng u.ows Uu> hau sustained n cane, in lt unhealthy condition, the recent past, thi plantan bad Wo. k.ng sepaialely with a vast was more susceptible to the eti ange not lost the courage and resilience ^stance between them, they were d is c aso than any other variety. that had distinguished their anpioneers In the search for new It is small wonder that the oSMors. Seeing %  glimmer of hope varieties to Improve the cultlvaImrbadian planters, whose ancesin the investigations of Bovell and tion of sugar cane. After his first lore had survived all Ow ravages Harrison, they gave the latter their l U OCSSS Bovell continued with his of hurricane and drought, peatiready co-operaiion They welopenments ano propagated many leuce and aocial unrest, began to coined the ni.iiun.il >xpcrimeiits sugar cane seedlings and hybrids, falter in fact of a situation ovei with sugar oane and adoplea whatSevern] of these, including the which he had no control. A sueever suggestions were m ids foi famous B.H. 10 (12), were t< cession of poor harvests and fallIncreasing their crop in order to be the means of saving the suga. ing prices had brought many u off-set the low prices Hun prevailindustry not onh in Barbados but the ruin of bankruptcy. Tnosf n ~Tbs llHCSSMd use of arUflelal In other parts of the world, who remained saw their resources manures, as a direct result of the It Is well to remember that dwindling steadily away. Thsy experiment' at Dodds. produce.1 Eovell had no highly ttaineu resorted to the methods that lea the bumper crop of 1890 and specialists and no well-equipped to inefficiency. They employed brought the Island a welcome laboratories to help him in his less labour, used less manure and measure of IT U-f. invesugationa. "Wh'n I asked the imported fewer chemical fertlli, .. -,_. Governor of Barbados. Sir William sem. It is not surprising Uiat the £* lnd,a Kcj"tn noblnson," Bovell once wrote, "to plantam seemed to loose their Hul Uie 8ravc !" 1 !" "Hi reallow m e to carry out the sugar traditional lighting .->uirlt and mamM lo be tackled. It was hncane expe lments and Informed found It Increasingly diftlcud ••> K ,lJtlv ^ >'t -" alternative shout 1 him that Harrison was willing; to maintain th high standard <>f "*• """ ul '" r ""' '>urbon cane, help, he Informed us that we •ulUvnUon on which the Mand W ** BD jd '**** o* n u chlut could cairy thorn out but that we • lad long niidod itself %  ; '"' r "' lnt %  Grid's sugar supmust not aitk for any money; and Par.iwarhiiMT Vvnnrinu.nh pl v bl hud now <-'P* under *> for somo time I had to buy a I-ar-reachinc r.xpi'nnicnts Ihe ilIUlckji of the rungus diseaacs quantity of choinlcal, botanical -di.rinV JJifLT £ JZOH !!!£, SI,1Ctf hls appointment %  Sups*taand biological apparatus, and for fr ,hf i-u, ,K K > 5^, tendent of Dodds, Bovell had been *<-", in sxIdiUon. to pay an i^n^JSr^Tf^!!!^ !"-*? engaged in experiment,,! won;, assislant out of my salary.^Such arictics of canes from stipulation would scorn fantastic I man Dovel! como forward to serve ZSS Uni ZTATL Iellin varieties of canes from *• atipulaUon would seem fantastic ,...iai -Uu u i .S'. £< the Botanical Department of Jato the modem research worker, %  SlSK^n.. J,l tT la,ca Now wlIh dtowtw la^'n$ yet wa in ""^ circumsUnces without his genius and hat oflftl hl sugar induslrVi hc rcso i vtl | l0 that Bovell carried out experlTZ nTV^ I ;K R !,"'; ""^i'yhisstudyofnewvanene. m-nts that were to have farruiofi, Barbados and the West .Sued ..( Ins seedlings as cane from r 'achinir .esults. Such U the debt indies would hove fallen Into ,-u,e Bourbon variety were inm:.!!>hat th*"> eleven years latei hlp wag established in his name Out at tho time it went almosi rhal Sir Daniel Moms, then head it Imperial College of Tropical completely unnoticed. Though ot ln Impcrt.il Department of Agriculture In Trinidad. The Parris's discovery rscssvad little Agricultuie, publicly called attendecision of the Barbados Govern^redence at first, the opinion ""n to the value of seedling cane* ment in 1337, nine years after his icdily gained ground Uiai "> the groat bailie to save the death, to award two scholarships the seed of the sugar cane West Indian surar industry from In every three years, to the value was fertile. As Bovell grew uo. iuin. In recognition of his services of £150 each per annum for three he came to hear of tho alleged * n research worker, Bovell was years, together with free tuition, discovery of 1850 and ht< curiosity appointed to take charge of tho piovided the sort of memorial that was aroused. When ho was np' |,,| L work in Barbados as Agrlculwould have gladdened the heart pointed Superintendent of the tural Superintendent of sugarof the man who worked with Dodds Reformatory and Industrial r S'"' experiments. single-minded devotion to advance School In 1883, he began, with the Bovell s reputation now bcgiu* ,he cauBt ' tropical agriculture, permission of the Government, to to travel beyond his native land. ,v.„. --*— %  — I work on the testing of varieties of C, vice: soon .*gan NeXl HESEKT GBEAVM). No. We Couldn't licbusik Tin Men Of The Air The Saints and Sinners Club *iv.'ciali**s In the pleasant art of Uebunkery. Pomposity has %  rough time if It rears its head, and fa'se modesty is shrivelled QkC a rfiiitn. Bookmakorseditors, comedians, Lawyers, ssntlmentsllrts. satirists and pollHciana -vou will find all or them In the limited membership. But last month the chairman, Frnnk Gentle, branched oui. We held an aviation lunch, and when It was o\cr STOr y oU knew that something signiflcan' and even ; memorable hi I happened. In that fathering rsi of the sjreameis ami mad me who Jladii |he Rrst strplani and nTt tlir:t-,. And spruiktc among !• HuSlll WSt of to-day who rare world BJ If II bigger than a pond. Flvini; Pijr There was Sir g^dorkk Handley Page, who at 67 years of ago speaks as If he is making himseli he. rd above i: nine. 'They said the German planes would be better than ours." he said. "Theweren't!' 1 Near him was Lord Brsbagon, pilot No. 1. who. on ore of his first flight*: m those far-o't i Pig with him |o pi tva that phpi can fly. "Did thoy put it in a No. It sold for idiom live shlUmgS above Its market price vidod an Eng'.i-h d nner." Bader. who refuses to stay on the By lleweiley lf,.v.* r ground for more than a few days at n time, jested well ami moved us deeply in ihe process. George Ward and Laddie Lucas, young veterans of the last war in the air. looked with proper respect upon Sir : who aj-*. B.OA.C. on ,w cfffflcult course around th*wn id. There un were those \. :ti avass, l*ll|Jl* TBHTDS I with an ironic pen The next da> at | Of Commons there were two tunetlons in adjoining prlvaU i %  German journal..iher was given by wi'tlam Teehng in honour of the Japanese Ambassador %  ll.no mid us that the lost the devotion r hiJ people. Ii I lion as a lie ii |h lie.id ol tin' family." i bsvra alwayi boUovo WAS a bad day when we ended the Anglo-Japanese alliance. Tt reI rastrsanlni Inlluence on a nation which was unceasingly dominated by arrogance and fear. But America insisted, and we boweo to her will. This Liberty ? In a week lowded with events I had some doubu aboul accepting the inv tatiot, io attend a party Jt he Poluu, l^nbassy to celebrate ffi tt 5J2_J* r,ary of thal country's Poland'., luwration? Was that Lei" iST 4 ,itabbcd h c 1" the back while ..he was lighting for t U r£i"ur S !1St H,Ut r s bUu kneg? Was It (n the last stages of IhO war when the Warsaw Resis tance Movement struck n the t.ermans and the Hussions did not movg o sold:.; t u help. Or pcrhap* iae celebration was .n honour of the day when Poland • %  \changpd her Nasi masters for tlie men ..r in* Kremlin. .Wsshlcss digs company Uiat githercd ai the Bmbassy in Portland place. There were lots and 'Ota of ur Left-wingers caviaro nd vodka arsrs to be had, but not even the politeness of a llU make me say that it was a merry party. I met one of the Russian 5mssnssd rather '. Perhaps he is uutloui % % %  >• new Ambassador Groanyko who may make changes. %  iue Russian naturally wants lo r;un to his beloved it may not be 'o go to the next world before hi* time. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday — On behalf of ihe standpipc masses I hereby protest against the turning oil of the Fountain water. How can it depress the majority of the island's inhabitants, who have no running water in their homes or hovels. if the few thousands who pay for this privilege have to content themselves with a trickling shower ? One of the things which give satisfaction to the waterless masses is the sight of the water gushing from the Fountain. Even the expert says that only a small saving of water is made when the Fountain does not play. Why then be so niggly ': Let it play at full blast! Only one person in sixteen in the United Kingdom has water in their houses but do they stop the fountains in Trafalgar Square from playing? You bet they don't If people can't have water in their homes they like to see it playing in their fountains. Turn on the Trafalgar Fountain and .1! up tin Bl is sea tution Lake. If water Is Scarce let's hove a rationing scheme but hands ofl the Fountain, say the standpipe community on whose behalf I am proud to speak (Loud huzzas and cheers from the Civic Circle). Tuesday — Pardon mv standpipe laugh. know it's vulgar. But I can't help it You see they have built a lish shed at Paynes Bay. And in this shed they hava erected a concrete slab. And do VM know how the concrete slab is bein used? That's right! the wise boys n the neighbourhood sit upon it and id! fish stories Further along the beach in the hean of cast-off-c loth ing land, a centre for thf just-over-teen-agers is growing. I hope soon to get some support for my sol< clean the beach campaign. Or perha,) the younger set don't see what I see Wednesday — Couldn't we have a bit of bin next June during Coronation WeelImpress the Government Water Bon enlist ("Barbadoes" if necessary) t!i Pocket Players and slage the landing at Holetown all over again? Think of the fun and games! All the hoi polloi (thai's you and me) could stand around wea ing Jacobean dress or Arawak grr skirts according to choice. There wcuid of course be oceans of drinking, a catr-i or two and the inevitable steel-bard Capt. Raison and the Police Band and the musical horses would be given week's holiday. They deserve it. Th* whole exciting performance could In filmed by the British Council and showi to school children in England to make them Empire-minded. We've got to d something to compete with the Caribbean Festival that's just ended in Hoi'.i Besides I get a bit tired with the s.iu old parades by the Police Band. Don' you? There would of course be sonu connection between the Pageant and tin Throne. On June 2nd there would be most dignified and traditional Barbadian ceremony during which the name "HoL-' would be decorously buried and w.e.f June 2 1953 the capital of the St. Jamc? Coast would be Queenstown or if that'? not good enough Elizabethville. But in any case we've had enough ul the Hole. It's too shabby for the mii> eral coast. P.S. To mark the breach with the past the wealthy residents or property own ers of the Platinum Coast will (I hope) present the people of Baibados with miniature open air Greek Theatre and a large fountain on condition that the fountain is never turned off. Thursday —People are asking whether Temple Yard is the Valhalla of hawkers! Friday—The big advertisers are missing ar opportunity. The country shops of Barbados are to say the least not pretty The advertisers go along and ereci signs. Drink. Eat Relax etc., etc. What they should do is combine ad vertising with shop improvement. A coat of paint: a couple of flowering pou. a cluster of hibiscus: would have mou effect on the passerby than a metal sign. And the more attractive the shop th; more business. Besides tourists like and everybody wants tourists. Becaus i without tourists we could not afford I buy the spoons to stir the sugar In our sweet water. Saturday —I hope the Fisheries Officer ha read about the latest CDC Flop. It sees. that something like a quarter of a m I lion (sterling) has been consumed ll search fur sea-fish off the Seychelles. They found it seems more shells ths fish and are selling out their stock. It is iust possible that some of the net and a trawler or two might be obtained for the local fishery experimental s.? tion. P.SWith seaweed in the news a:i.' gelatin in short supply can anyone tell me why we see so little sea moss? Tlvy tell me it crawls with vitamins. P.P.S. For North Americans only : "It's cooler in Barbados (See Breeze passim.)" Advt. CANASTA PLAYING CARDS (Complete with Instructions) S2.28 per Set PATIENCE PLAYING CARDS 72c. per Set ADVOCATE "STATIONERY Mwtttbuui YOU'LL NEED Galvanised Pipe— W *}* 1V" Copper Pipe I" W i" 1\' 4 and Fittings in Galvanise and Copper Galvanise Water Heads, Down Pipes and Eave Gutters. C. S. PITCHER & CO. 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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. AUGUST IB, 152 CcUub gcdlmq M R W M. WOODHOUSE. viaer lo tiir < %  %  the island tomorrow 1 i i threeueeks' .1 ja<4 and 1 .iiiann In Tin •total with prtfji.i >"i' f,r the tiril>lH>;;!i limbei which i Ihe auspice* of %  %  Subjrtn in British Guiana include DM iVvelopment of local lUIidajtu With Broth-r M ISS DAISY FERCUSSON o. • M Court". <" %  • .idos on Wedfl Ikorl %  '.-.U Pi 'i %  Trinidad (or boul ilev< a auet of Mr. Wilfred I A General ol Trinidad. Cricketer Transferred M R. NORMAN MARSHALL Inti who is Assistant Man: ger of tni ush of lb Vngcr Sewing Machine Co haDM KM %  Ufflc*, wl %  %  -. He fit! rfmovKi from Puerto )'< %  I'crt-of-Spain. Mr Mai snail's Sb* no loco) rrkta i I hit new posl CorlbJoins in wi \|n| him all the best and a happv landing in his new %  urrounduuui %  rife srtll i, : lowing later. For Holiday A MONO the arrival on Thui!.sl | morning l>v Tc A u the USA. VU Mr. Aid win Cherria (t Truudod who ts worldni Ml a Pharmacist in the USA He 1* fi tin same morning lor Trinidad vbm b< holiday with his M.irjnrnand Nora, his % %  i Barbados and expert to return, lo Tiinid.id soon. Accountant. U.C.W.I A MIN<; toe intran H< i UTIVUUJ by • OOMMHNI this sroi k srorsj M MiSwaby of Jamaica wl: h d I andtng a holiday in ins UnlflH Kingdom. Mr. Swaby la Accountant of In* Uni\ %  lege of the V. :. To Study In 0M U.K. L EAVING the island on ThursI aj bj UU M.V Wl lor England won Miss Monica daughter of Mr*. J. I! Enterprise, ChrisChurch and th %  lot* Mr. SI. John M.un.., all I Id Queen's College girl. Back to New York M RS EDWARDS who L., been %  pending a holiday in the if land as a guest at the Ocean View % %  the island last night lor New York. Bfca fal .;n AjMrlcan Authoress Victorious Queen's College T HI M.V WILLJ Trloldod brought the members of ths Q I rtatbaU team, who had been on three weeks' tour Accompany.; Wotton, Mistn^-s %  i \< |v . n 1 e a Marni an. A 'liege The tour was success n o t ilv i,. perience gained in the games but 1 an iii< %  Hal tour* %  I. t %  opportunll places of Inutrr way back lhr\ "i a few "pped in %  i told the Adoocal i %  %  •: imea played. .he Cfuoen's Cola . %  %  I M an PIIjoyable oi.. id u, ,„. Co; iid ruj of thA. %  %  : % %  ii. %  Teacher for Hi liday M R BRIOOS II. .mi Mattel .it ri.n i leg* lefl i pi i. two weeks' holiday in Tlil Off to Caracaa M R. VAL McCOMIE AsiM.-m %  1 UM LotUr I ehi.nl. Ii It the island oi; W. < ay by the 8.8. CaJwnble for Caracas. Mr. McComie will i foil) weeks. Mr. McComie who is Freiirh Master at LodgO has been liolui %  > ing in the various islandwh | he Is making detailed sfuov .. ill now be in the peaking atma phere for .i short time Back Home M R. WALTER MBBRl %  %  iiv uMpactoi I'.insh %  >( Si Muhael. who atiriidni the Johns Hopkins Hospital. returned from ITS A. thl it has not yet resumed d Mr. Ben Gibson Is still Beting Chief Sanitary Inn the Parish. From Trinidad M RS MICHAEL LAWC two daughter m Barbados en Thursday by the H V W.llematad from Truudad. t>e spending :. holiday in Laing is the wife of Assistant naloa Ltd., %  SisUr'a Weddinir A RRIVING la lb* island for a holiday was Mrs. Percy Ambro-e whe will also be ittend.ng the wedding n( Miss Clemmie io Mr Douglas OIU which taks place to-day at St. Leonard's Church. Mrs. Ambrose %  of 'he bride-to-be. After Three Weeks M i ST. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Qai %  %  4 %  Idad where %  hfl M spending thi % % %  holiday. Pat went* up with ihi %  i %  0 I* % % %  DOtball team Thirt: Vi.it A RRIVING in the colony by Ii W.IA. on Thursday hx*t inun TH' 1 .. I Si-rvant | :rnd two weeks' DOlldl Thu Is his third visit to the U e drat wa m 1943 when %  four and a half months. the second in 1MB when he stayed (our months. •pb told Carib that Barirably with other islands In the Caribbe m ..iid thinks it the ideal spot lo real holiday. He hones to be lUrtuOsj later. He I* jguest at %  Home. I -i a Week Vf 1{. FRANK LINCOLN l *" bod bean spending u shoit holiday in Barbados left (,,r Jamaica by B.W.LA. vesterda-. .norning. Mr. Lincoln came in on Thurr.day last •*•*• and bai none on t-i a/bore bo will spond one %  fore returning to Trimdad. Returned Yesterday L BAVIKQ DM island yesterday by B.W.LA. for Trinida I were Mr aiul Mrs. Ran n Mar'iJ who had been spending two aroaka* holiday in the island. M 1 M.ir.j is ,i civil Servant and chn mg their stay here they wera %  Crystal Waters. Wo-thine. Rupert's Spring Adwnture—9 %  < .-.'; RyMW.\V-b\Hrarurttmbfr! D R SMART -A I I ICK I N.oover followed with Interest the itorj of the advance copies of school examination papers which canu into the hands of those who were abOUt tO Ml for the examination. Interviewed yesterday he said: "At Narkover, shortly before the end-uf-tcini examinations, we have faked papers printed, to deceive the more anbaT P rlalni scholars. These papers are 'stolen' by one of the masters, who sells them at so much a paper to the scholars. The genuine papers are printed secretly by night, and are kept in a safe in my study." Commenflng on this system, a history master said: "The genuine papers are, of course, impossible to get : ascept for DM tu lust boys." t hattltt nj U'UH T IIKKE was a famous occasion on which n light-flngered classics mastet opened the safe and substituted the fake papers for the aanulne Me JJwn sold the geinnni : .-\ < i lo the hoys. most of whom, of course, thought they were, as usual, bring swindled, and tore them up after paying for them with dud cheques. When Smart-Alllck discovered the thctl from his sale, he substituted a third set of papers for the previously substituted fakea, thus, as he s.ud, putting one over on those boys who had been loo Wan M destroy the genuine papers before looking up the anv an t ilrlivntiiitlvntitm O YSTER merchants are beginning to worry* about pollution by sea-borne oil. It will be dimcult for a head-waiter to persuade a big oil man that his oysters were smeared with oil as a compliment to him. "Don't talk shop.'' the oil man will reply. "And when you have a guest here who is In the marmalade trade, do you put marmalade on hi* oysters? No, 1 thought BO*.*' film nvws S OL iioc.WAScirs rnuslcsJ Man of "Pickwick Papon OMSK, It is said that Mr. Gary Cooper luis refined the iwrt of Mr. Pickwick, and Mr Richard Widn.ark Is BOo buey to play Sam Wellcr Charles Du kens himself appears in the nlm us a young boot-black, who comments on the itory He ki to be played by Mr George Raft Movint very utlv Ku|*r tnicri ih baihci ind qun •uddrnly he lind. ihe aflftUM h. hn brtn ircking. Ai tint ihi dori not inly aZ k lo try jnd i oatt the dfiKon InOBJ mo ih open i> ii thu k tin*. Ii cinnoi urn very V but IJII. but by dodiinn iround in IkjM bcii. cirVi tttth. West Indian Table Talk (By III\|III\II;, Sir Hubert R..t Trinidad has had to cut short his .leave m England j a result of the arrival here of Mr. P. M. Ranlson. former tary Trinidad who is to be GOMm 'poke to Sir Hubert this wMk down in Sussex he told would be Hying back on August Jl'nd and would I dad on the night of the 24UY Lady Ranee, however, will not be re-' irnlng with him Their son a it present on holiday from Rad-1 leight School and she will stay in' England until his holidays are over. Lady Ranee will then rej turn lo Trinidad on the Goinio' hich sails on September 25th. I Mr. Renison who was appoinird i to succeed Sir Ronald Garvey lost I March is also holidaying down in Sussex. He will be leaving for ibOUt the middle of I October. Sir John Chancellor And while I am on the subject -f Colonial Governors, it is with' regret that 1 have to n death of Lieutenant-Colonel SuJohn Robert Chancellor, former Governor of Trmid.id I!his home in Lancashire on August 1st, aged HI. Sir John . from 1916-192! l'# .. rno Mauritius and siibsequently he became Governoi Ol SouthesfB Rhodesia. Mr. Culleridgr Another death lhat I have io record is that of Mr. J. L Cutteridge. former Director of Educntlon in Trinidad. Mr. Cuttcridge passed away at home In the tale of Man o n August 2nd He be been ill for some tune Due lo I mistake in name, his rf %  rroneouslv repor1e m Behind lite N*w. 7 rMO, 4 li p TII Home AI Eishl. !*i.,.it. H.vW.. 15 m Radio i* p in Interlude, trel R 3D p m Hull,, Thealre. la Dimmi Time, 80O p in The Nr>. 10 10 |. m N..Tal iljK.rine, I II p m Till. S 4A p in Mum Muulivi. IS SO i pit. Round'up and Prorrammc etv Panlare r*r TAOBUS April gl—May 20 OEMINT + CAMOBR Jnns 22—Jolj 23 My 21 Au| 2t VIROO Ahg. S3—Bept : (? ^e STARS' FOR -Uii'im Al'Ot'HT II. 1932 j Ar Look In the section in which your birthday comes and ^ And what your outlook is. according to the *ars. ^ Day somewhat divided. Early part espec-M/' AJI— ially adapted to financial matters, to 3 p.m. March 21—April 20 Personal affairs, neart interests, home, lo\'ed ones favored generally. • • • Planetary rays on uptrend for business ventures, employment, government prob)tf lems. Essential you make the proper dlsas to what lo accentuate, then go on resolutely. •V * Your flexible mind can discern easily May 21--Jnne 21 whal ar major tasks. Follow Just dieJrf tales: No sudden digressions, keep steady. calm, and reasonable. * * Aspects appropriate for Cancer's zodical tut lin.i'ions. The best things lean toward Ihe intellectual, hiiher-type propositions. J*. too Ba not too critical of friendly cooperation. • • • You of this royal Sign seek to [jve high, many credits. Anil you en much with RIGHT seveti i1 'fr industry push ahead. Generous day to ... ho deserve. * B willing to lake some setbacks, mosl iikelv in a.m.. and get greater credils alter 2 p.m. Watch elements, each situajL lion as it arises. Good going' * Your particular talents favored now Try J^f experiments, with sound plans In reserve, affairs, heart interests should make appreciable progress. Aim hijh: yt * * Matter-nf-fnct dav. Be Just to yourself Oct. 24—Xov. HI mt ( hai which lays ahead. Don't cram ) %  > or procrastinate. Take steady middle road. ,. It's direction to-day, carefully avoiding *f mistakesleading through to smoother route -.ml success. Disapprove hearsay, strive lo be correctly informed. ?f> * A disagreeable temper or hot retort can undo fine words. Turn your tremendous Jf/ force to all worthy matters. • * yC Ai iio M well thought-out and executed can #?/ AQUARIUS bring line returns. Professionals, the Jan. 22 — Feb. 90 military, salesmen, teachers share new 4, benefits. Push imporlanl matters now ] %  > .• • Some helpful opportunities for finances 4( PISCES and general business, if you watch closely "f Fsb. 21—March 20 economical developments, trends. Only try that which you can operate without •% YOU BORN TODAY : You are kind, sympatheticbut too often influenced by your heart rather than head. Maka clever mimic, story-teller, actor; also lawyer, salesman or -s military person. Seldom selfish, you don't watch the pennies'! or check little things. Avoid hurried decisions, and arrogance at times. Can accomplish Just about anything you really try -^ &f lo do. Blrthdate of: Alonro A. Stagg, noted athletic coach; *T 1. HI de LaBYuyere, Fr. essayist. AND NOW A GAS COOKER .ike IDBar you have adaiirad lo th mafallnea. SEC THU TO-DAY Al Your Qaa SMwioom H O M Y TO-DAY TO TUESDAY. 445 & H.I5 P.M. Sept. 24—Oct. 23 SCORPIO SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23—Dee. 22 CAPRICORN Dec. 23 —Jan. 21 ', GLOBE "".„ wi %  no I.in o 1 s MAYEH iium i asiw—i.i. %  .•• y a. !• %  •.•>• KtMORROU. 2 SHOWS : 5.M A R.30 A 0ONT1NUJMO Kir oi -QIO nMt..JM bandbox ^\mn^^ ||MM luilabU (or ncmJ Mil Cr.m r. h. 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SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, l*S£ BARBADOS ADVOCATE FAGE THREE Warnings In The Event Of Hurricanes At Least 15 Hours Notice FIRST STEEL MAN BACK ON JOB Expected From Puerto Kico ARRANGEMENTS have bei made by Government lo receive warnings <>f the approach of hurricane reconnised Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico •nd Trinidad. It is confidently expected that H possible u> of the approach ol u hurricane which is air..'1 with danuerous and destructive wind-, when II toachrs this UaiM. It may n*.t always be possible to tjyi eft timely warning and'precise Information In re*pec*. of storms which are in thru early stages erf development as they approach the Island. Such itorms will DO* veloped winds of ver> force by the Ume they reach the Island. It is considered that it will, however, be possible to give adequate warning of any storm which is likely to be accompanied by dangerous winds u it passe* over this Island. The responsibility of issuing warnings rests with th P Director of Agriculture and the warnings issued to the Public will be based on information received from the Weather Forecasting Stations in Puerto Rico and Trinidad and posstbly in some instances on local observations Warning* will normally be issued red lights one above the other, hoisted at the mmt heads of signal stations B> day snd night— Pottos will notify Chairmen of Parochial Committees, g#j l uuilying districts Loud speaker vans will toar the Island. Church and Plantation bell* rung rapidly and continuous1> for a period of a quarter of an hour. Two rockets or maroons will be nred in quick succession from Police Stations. Broadcasting arrangement', will continue If ..Me. either d Cautionary l{<-".ioiuil Labour Uoard Meets Pr> > P*s* l N. Jack, Act rue. %  ioner. Urilsd Guiana: W. M. Burtell. l.afaouCommisskmcr. i.i H ndtanUK FP. Braaour Offlcar. %  I>3tKHI. A Lre>m Istest** — A C. l>.u-.-Chei-. Ijib.ni' st. Krtts W as ti MBJOI s\ :i Orell, i -innei. OR E. %  loner. v. %  ird Island-; N. Pearson. < fflccr. Central Labour Organlsaiiov V i.i iv.Officer. 1 i Davalop%  ButtBrll SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC fn Carlisle Bay O-OrtM %  v. MOM ,\ '... -.. a* M fra I fill CaunasBor trnoonri l.\ suivn. >i \a*l T a M %  Na*'<*n ***> f-dy 4BRIVALM Aassn Petition Granted A HEATER In the Carneglc-Iuli ipany In Homestead. Pa., rd punched by oltlcer Al to the Public in two stages. The Warning or a Hurricane Warning first stage will be a "Cautionary has been issued, it Is found that Warningwhich will be issued the cdlirse of the storm or hurri•ither when it is known thai cane changes sufficiently to make stormy weather is expected to it pass this Island at a safe dwarfed the Island accompanied bv tance. then an "All Cleai" anstrong wind* which will however nouncement will be made to thjnot reach hurricane force, or ^blic This "All dear" an•vhen it is known that a well nouncement will be communii atcri developed hurricane Is approachto the Public in the folio win t tag the Eastern Caribbean area manner— and will possibly past in the vlclnAlbert Kern. U of Pittsburgh. Stawartx. Kelt), upon receiving word to report for work after Die of the steel strike, was the first employee to show up. flna trnnHirnalf GOUVTI auautr i Uhip Mi Justice J W B. Chencry m the Coui ( ol Ordinary yesterday morning granted .. the petition of MrU-ila J. Poster >l...rtk. of Hmrisbury Itjad. St. Michael (or letters of .idmuiistrauon to 'he est.H" o( her father. Edmund L. Dear. 1 Trutill I I -K W I iitrvtiii % %  • •*i Ha run *IM1I.. H-naa. SEAWELL AitaivAi.* \ nw i rin a-.i>* i .MB TriaMa* (1 UalrympW. E Di'vnpl, V D "law, K AM,1. Mill-" HennhLaaa D MM T .(*>> %  ,,. %  P Itv of this Island. A Cautlonan Warning will be communicated t the Public in the following manner— By day—A Flag with a black square on a red ground flown at the mast heads of signal staUons. By night—A red light hoisted at the mast heads of signal staUons. By day and night— The Government Broadcasting Station will repeat the announcement at Intervals of fiv* minutes for a period of half an hour. Signals will be lowered. KedirTusion will repeat It al suitable Intervals. Signals will be lowered. Sirens will sound Continuously for three minutas. In conclusion It should be noted Sirens will be soundod for one 'bat hurricanes normally approac) minute, three times, with f hla Island from a point .between an interval of half a minute Ea| t and East southeast This does between blasts, repeated "' niNn that the wind at the every quarter uf an hour ocginning of hurrl ane will blow for an hour. from a point between East and _. „ ... Sastsoutheast. In a hurricane the The police will notify the Chairwinds blow in an anti-clockwise men of Panaehlal Comml*manner around a centre and an tees and outlying district!, the hurricane approaches thr Loud speaker vans will tour Island the wind must blow from the I'lnnd. the northern quarter, usually heChurch and Plantation bells *ween North 'and Northeast will be rung rapidly at freAfter the centre of the burrlcant quent intervals for a quarhas >ased the wind must blow tar of an hour. from the southern quarter, if Broadcasting at Intervals will the centre of the storm passes to be over the Government the north of the Island, the wind Broadcasting set and Redifdurim; the hurricane will shift fusion. from north through east to south steST-ErfS k"3* ro '" "** hrou8h M "" ou,h there is a fully developed hurrlDuring the next few months cane in the Eastern Caribbean there may be disturbances in the %  ren travelling on a course which area which are quite unlikelv to would take it near to or over this affect this Island but whose pres%  slsml. A Hurricane Warning ence may give rise to rumours wiB be communicated to the PubAa every precauUon Is being taken lie in the following manner— t 0 inform the Public through the By day—Two flags, each with official warning, systems everyone a black square on a red is advised to disregard rumour ground, flown one above the which may cause unnecessary other at the mast heads of siganxiety and to wait for official nal stations information. Surrey Fails To Win Match Against Warwick (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, AUK15. SURREY haven't made certain of that championship yet. They were beaten to-day by Warwickshire and Yorkshire scored an unexpected but nevertheless creditable victory over Hampshire by seventeen runs. A declaration set Hampshire 193 runs in just over three hours, and although they made a brave attempt they lound the spin bowling of Wardle and Close too much. Close who I having a great season as an ullrounder and can only naii-owiy have missed selection for the fourth Teat now in progress, took six wickets for M runs. Jack Robertson uf Middlesex toYorkshire beat Rants by day became the third player to 17 rana. 2? np, 5? e i 2l00 run lnls %  u mr "' Yorks 2 10 and JI7 BtUS Robertson has preserved!his lor 7 dee'd.; Ci Mtin. -non of being the ordyfcufHants _. 2M „ nd ,each 2.000 In clow ^ tar U. Gleuoeater versus t .ri-.M-i Match Drawn. Gloucester 274 and 96 . 104 and 14 The appUcation, remarked upon by Hi* Lordship as an unusual >. on*, a/ai in respect -f an eatate of l one who, former!} of this island. was last heard 1 in 1933 aa residing at 43 Clarendon Road. Lewishjm, Knglund. and who is presumed tu be dead. Mr. J. S. B. Dear who. instructed by Mr. R. S. Nicholls. Sol.. ItQi of the Arm ut 1(. S NleboDj A\ Company. Solicitors, cited Halsbury to show that uftei a lapse of 7 years, the :ipp!ir;v be granted. Ills Lgardabip also udmitted |0 :>iubate^he will* of Clmu A. fJale. Siirali A. Esteibrooke. of St. Mktaal fcltsabsni Aiatyna al s. Jamas. J.mt A Layna al Cariatl iliuuli und Hubcit A Uarker St Gaorgc. DsrasTi % %  mi ROOM r-..u MM L'aaalaaiet S'in, o %  •innr auicn. Una Wimm Frank ajsan, mn wmab*< L" llcalr v. .,. IB. Cktt Marlati Clark* AatUaa I ..ibb. Vita tn, Fiana O NMW A,.. domeone's goin 9 S| to WIN WITH OVfR 70 YrArtb OF SPORT . 0. SMtOlNC fJHOS. LTD W//.V.W.I/.V-MW//AV. ; •''• '.V*V-'. I V-.1. I %  11. Joh< Aithm Wallace. Howl took off pounds of UGLY FAT iish ciickc.i-i %  t Wi Close became the first rrickete. this season to achieve the doubli of one thousand runs and OIK hundred wickets after taking the Leicester llrsl threv Hampshire wickets totor 8. day. His full figures are 1,083 Rnaaex versus Worcester runs average 17.34 and 103 wickMatch Drawn. eti, average 22.38 Sussex 179 grid JIM ..>r ff: SCORFBOABD ^WoreeAcf* **"* ^ "* ""eM Warwick i-..t Surrey by Worcener M ttl runs Warwick . 178 and 247 • %  for 7 dee'd. I w^*.-..-,-^, Surrey 7 4 and 116 I Hollies 4 for 48. Glamsrgan beat Derby by t wicket.. i Derby 1 82 and If] Glamorgan 140 and 140. for 8; Morgan 5 for 38. Middlesex bet Kent by 27 ran-. Middlesex 100 and 33? for 7 dee'd.; Sharp 110 not out. Kent 244 SIM '81 Young 8 for 35. COURTESY GARAGE Robsrt Thorn Limited Whitepark Road Dial 4616 JV.ST A It Hit Kit." WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose ot" tlgns is m tell without words. Here Is a Tnv bol that tells, plainer than any words, of whisky at its Hncst. . lovinglv Mended, lony matured, until it is HS noble a Scotch as ever came out Of Scotland. J\'ew Shipment of .. 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WHATS ON TODAY • ttrt Inlrrmodiab, and SKoitd DlVUkTi *"•". vtli. STOUf.1. I M p„, ommma < ma t.-iina sm.u. -..M..,. Ward. 91 Philip'* linihiiw U.S. Opposes Atomic Bomb, Germ War Kill I IMS I.IIW1 U.N. Condemns Mass Destruction (By BRUCE MANM UNITED NATIONS. New, V u k A i THE UNITED STATES an Friday pb for the elimination of all weapons -ruction %  'including atomic, chemical, and biological weapons" But ii warned the United Nations Disarmament Commission that It does not intend tx t vo been agreed *ipon "to invite aggi i-ssion by Informing mitting ourselves to would-be aggreaaors and charter breakers that we will not use certain weapons t aggression." U.N. Stave Off Keel Attacks The U.S. delegate Benjami i Cohen, again denouncing ComIT1UH1-" germ warfare charg.-. against the American forces r i blistering terms, called on the Soviet Union to agree to thr Western proposed plan for a verified arms census to ensure that preparations for waging war with weapons of mass destruction than' urdsyy not be carried out In peacetime.! Chinese TOKYO. Aug 15 American Marines rolled grenItunker Hill I nd shattered two more Communist attempts to KUSM.IM Declarations Delvuig deep into the record* I put disarmament discussion,. m ^J^J txZZ£T£ when dug up previuu* Russia.* slritteKl< hill The tlrst k filM null %  % %  — %  % %  llaa nulli\.ir.ni a atlons on treaties (XgUawlng iijwarfare and SBld "we believe as lb* Soviet delegation mainlined in 1932 (at the League of Nations conference on chstnical and bacteriological weapons) that paramount importance should be attached not to the prohibition of chemical weapons in wartime, but the prohibition of chemir.il warfare In peacetime." "If we want to make progress towards effective disarmament w* must all be willing to lay all our cards On the table." Cohen's reversion to Communist charges that the United States troops have* used germ warfare in Korea i.mi'as a surprise. A twelve nation disarm.imenl commission is expected to-day to hear the Soviet delegate Jacob Malik's considered reaction to the plan. Under that plan a Rag-lea ol regional conferenres would ha v.' been called after an ureemenl was reached on the Western seo^ posal to limit the armed strength of Russia. China, and the United States In 1.000.000 or 1.900,009 men. and that of Britain and France to 700.000 or 800,000. But Cohen launched M view" of the germ warfare proiUganda campaign and denthvt Russia's contention that the United Stntos failed to ratify the Geneva protocol of 192ft which outlaws bacterial warfare becau-e it intended to use surh weapon* Itsstf or because Its arm" p'sTi* profited from their maniif^"""*" — v.r recapture the Western Korean front height. Seventh and eighth counter-attacks by badly maulc) Reds were much feebler than earlilelak. the lUlt this Car Destroyed By Fire Motor ear E 247 was completely destroyed when it caught fire along Rock Road. St. Peter at about 7.46 p.m. on Thursday. It is owned by H. Ooodridge of Farm Road. St Peter, and he was driving it at the time of the incident. The car is insured. ornlng ended in 50 minutes and the second lasted ten minutes. Marine officers estimated that the entire Red regiment, about 2,000 men. were virtually annihilated in the first four — Vf Military Tribunal Ends Hearings HBO, Aug. 15 i Hilary tribunal ended %  Kiid-> in WDlHl'l Kbamls, |l. Bald that the only reason he joincd the demonstration was "to d N'.iKuih l Egypt....:.. ChM I motherland." Major Abdel Monei Murad Id the tribunal thai Khamli should get %  m a charge of th. fui and premeditated lotmg a: Kafr El Dswai from Alexandria on Wednesdir adjourisM until was the flrst of .it lea-' 21 worker* to be tried on charge* of burning down textile plants and fighting with the m troop*. Two soldiers were among ransom killed The senvil' not be annoi %  id of the trials —I Ixriuion H>vit*Miii£ QU'wimii (llf \riius Kinbarga For Egypt LONDON, Aug. 15. •fthe Foreign Office stated on Friday that It was reviewing the S uestion of an arms embargo for gyp' hut that no decision had been so far made on the resumption of arms deliveries to that country. A Foreign Office spokesman said that tiie current review was spe"iicerncd with "general supplies other than armaments far the Egyptian ilip Auerbaeh and Amn %  %  i ish Isadan prodisrrlminatory. theh Alices for mlsapproprlati K funds earmarked for jewM the Kaali i 'ho thro* judge. court which %  aaatoncerj Uwa sfsrs fo-medj Nazi party members. Auertwch, dlsc&argad as chief; i the Bavarian issUtutlon oflica tWO and ,me hall years IPP—1 %  gSbkgl the i "y the NV. 'Cana lot 1 iiL.iand D. M Carter. MiJoyie Mai-hail. Iiiuuan Keiser. John Skin Darcy Yard*. Badbert Haynaa. Ton;. Moorr and Mr. Uiimoie Roekoloni. | Iknitner Kett&rils Da United Stales WASH!\'<;TO\ Vug. 15 Major General Huydoi who tame*I the tough Korean priaonei of war camp i K • Island has been recalled to I he United States for duty with the Fourth Army, it waJ announosd on Friday Boalner will return late this month or in early September and be assigned to the Fourth Army headquarters at San Antonio. Texas. Tin Am.. said that hit exact duties will be ..nnounced after he arrives at San Antonio. —U.P. Feisat To Visit Naval Academy .NNAPOUS, Maryland, Aug. 15 The U.S. Naval Academy *aid n FWdav that Felsal, King t* Prince Abd Aiiluh Al.imi of Iraq would visit the next Monday The Royal party will drive from Washington o Annapoli. where they will be : ven full military honours before the Academy Accomtanltd by Vice Admiral Turner (. v. Academy superintendent, the loyal party will take a sailing on the Chesapeake Bay aboard rum yawl. —U.P. No Conciliation Between Kila, Aly jb LLYWOOD, August 15. RITA HAY WORTH'S I e-houi moeting with Ai. Khan did not result in they reconciliation, the M Prince sniu 1 on Friday, is t itraded back i star's home f>i lunch. Al> no a reconciliation "definitely has not been reached When he was asked sl 1 it at the liomc of movie director Charles Vido. where is a hou.se litest. he said "From my viewpoint of cour nothing has changad Bui about r.-conciliation "h f 1 • n't know i ted that his 11 t H In coming here was to "see orith bi> estranged wife ,i 1 then : daughter •SPiMTLAl CONTACT WITH SAtCKRS f Mexico City. Aug. 15. 'The newspaper "•t'lllmai. Nwtletas" reported Uiai Jocx ti. K.uiui %  .. inf., uir of the "Fraternal Inlon" of hpirltuailstn. i' %  iit.-n ii at Torrennn. sltonss. WSBMSB that he in.'.ilr "spiritual contact" willi ilvint uueer* whteh hvlic.-.i rrp..rlr 1I< i se. ted out hi !o. taw ui ui -i w) n her MoiM th also dex-iined to the posslhilliN of reeoni Illation She had a suit foi divorce D Nevada um-e last fail ihr !< I her in.inibl> lo reach an agreeAl> for .i wttli'ini nt ot, i',iii daUghtST. Miss Hay worth is ,. poriad la hsvs tsksd (or 3,ooo.t Yjbinine. the amount Aly i. reputed lo have settled upon Alo intends '" visit friends in K< ntuekv before returning lo New York and embarking for Europe. Marines Cut Reds To Pieces SEOUL. August IS. TWO HUNDRED Chinese Communists Charged up "Bunker Hill" in a driving nunstorm in the sixth attempt to capture the strategic height but U.S. gurint cut them to pieces with a deadly rain of shell Are and machinegun bullets. The Chinese, apparently survivors of a regiment that once numbered more than 2.000 men. launched their surprise attack and for 85 minutes they charged into volleys of marine bullets before the Communi-f Commander saw the uselessness ol it all and called fa It was the second assault To-day %  rtiUWar WILL rtJLHL 1952 y.A.TM. Mi I.II un CO.mtlTMEXTS PARIS, France. Aug. 15. i Franca indicated lhai it intends fullil North Atlantic Treaty OrLon military commitments r 1952 Rut added that the situaton for Uu nexl issu was blowing to an arms shortage. 'I he communique said cutbacks in ('ranee's re-armament programme %  iffecl the military programme for the rest of this year but It wouW b Ml III Mirceeding %  ciat the 1B53 eantrtbuUon would depend on the decision the next NATO council %  nd 'hat a memorandum i: prepared un this nut'ei for mbtnirsinti to NATO —U.P. Rains Damage French Vineyanis t l.ERMOM FEltRAND France, Aug. is Heevy hail and rainstormanu ,,, tore down tree and luined wins crop* here last1 night musing considerable damage On the ,uht lunik of uAlh.i H ri %  n the dtstrirl •>' Pont I* %  t Vsrtaison stgl l incrs m si u registered Vinevard-, *"-n l< !i %  ,n a neart>> farmyard Itm killed by hailstones during thi aU,rm which lasted appro*in if I fifteen minutes. Trees were torn uidlieUP, iJoii.li Kx|)lodes On Atrfurl BAJQO irtei .i violent %  i t nlghi wi On 'he 3irp-.it but authontleaairl n< hkten Ami lirkle Fly To Portugal I 'or Honeymotm LONDON AUK I.V 1 M %  mdon 4iii' turnwi i ihurehlll, to si" i %  left ..liard ah \tlas" for Lisbon where slries in kdatMl ithe no %  bbnjsst h m .ii : %  %  — t'.P Kegional labour IPIKU',1 Meets Monday 1 W lo., ,,i ti, t anil optn n ... iSih August, ,,o. Qe ras Beat K \M. o mptraUei ten De.ni.i Walton .iegion.il LabOU npnae* n n all ... Mi F C. Catcn|xile. lattWU A r to the Coinptrolli i i man. iho %  bsssuM oi the Chart Osaasr, Mi II (;. MacD Ud, O B.S., ( who is at preset*:ii Europe with tin I mpS iMinie. team) J report on work of the Hoard in th. r ited States will he given by M. thii oi lan tni Ui Mai r nald in Wsahlnglon .v> %  i %  assBfl v.t In tiit States ai the snd oi June I number in* %  luden 4 7ft0 from ..,,.., .;„, i isg tram Ha<o in.li pimem m ufj fTioaj thai iwhoveu hgyptian ihiune kumei <uil>rTOYKO. Aug 15. topsn i Mini-'" %  'ustfe < i i V' usu Klmura. was reported toda* 10 be advocating parole as a solution in the dispute over the twill itlsh sailorx who have been imprisoned at Kobe on stealing ,-rarge* The sailors. Peter Stenner mat Derek Smith of the British Cruise 1 -elfast, ware sentenced to t .<> gm a half years Imprisonment The Minister of Justice has pttid-oeed interference with the jurisdiction of Japanete cot and the ius rote is understood rce of dL-tfirreemenl in the Japane*.rabinei —f P Stalin And Clark Wage Word Fight TOKi 0 Augu %  THI i.r. AJ LEAD! I Stsed tic ini Korea Marshal Stalin md '• %  stnfe-torn pantnsula in m llbaratMan rtooi Japan .utd its indepen< At thr MIIBI ttasst in SW 'I. tinSoutb Kortan capital. yngman Rhee ca'.crj on his people to take n 11 it | m with stamina ind fortih* rag* i ounti re en have t .hlished %  Arm toungpt* tifinornoti l**lne Radio oooled MJO T %  • Tung; Chinese Cummunlsl ksasaai I id tirm foeevi i With the K"-an i>eoph' m the Rghl focci miete vtetm %  %  tbi Amarliliit CotnI%  MM V Sn| Kim II Sung a me-i lading North Korea's "crm• n %  % % %  orl : .-. (M Plancw Stay \way From lUif^'s liimi^uratitMi Kim II Replies I.no II JUHK in ht> mgy said neiti. %  eriologieal weapon nor othet roarous crimes can bf of the Korean | wop It STM I hi-r-iically risen in a )ut %  ni Syngm.in Rk %  I al hbl in..uurattoii eeremim* i :wlj elected lreulenl for anBsrn .1 . % %  K.... i [si nl she 11 PQBrvn gug IB [**•' ,,^,v, %  ,l out of the eounlry %  %  Deral otto Weyland. United He aOdci the United | I • .Trr U i i e gH d t„.,i itir-Tr aim in .ti milIhe reduraI] Koree sa .• free m.ind democretk Vfe know that Korea rannot live dividiii and livilf oecu[ifl lloDOSlUOB Of "te PacStE and % %  iiorld .re interwoven with whil happens here. Th. i 11 • %  %  %  tni was the time for dedication. i > ven tb rean %  • eaUed to >iiii karate rose • nig the tyranny of Commu%  n" P.P. MAI. CAVKHNN Pi %  ;i an fatlgui the I IOf I (•>it aby ... i, m i i ibk %  i .end apd I 1 1 %  ,tghtatth< i had bail ii. fi U ISO leal i Mu below I das ... ... %  %  in psrachub i' %  snpank aa wen i r llawnga Arrives In Fngland %  ii IIIAMI'Ti iN Kngland. Aug. la H . mornlni on nl w,. k to Ihfl :. "id in,nk nnd iDtsrnattoo il I tolStS In Mexici Hi rill si Prbne Minister i .mil mi Chsncellc of ths %  : ButlSl Iti it luring bu l in London adth the I %  %  South Afrn .. %  • .;..to tha lent %  i ... i r g| rrldS) that in* i, ( iid .. touchtrlhute to t'niled Nalicni all mm bystayingawnyfi.no I' ' II Syngman Hhee's inauguratlor. Koree I ..Hod rm in three %  round leo u l ... %  d>l< ui in I i i l %  i rXheev In in Si oUl rinni Inn Weyland i .mo the conspicuous absence i: ommunlsl w.i. | lem .ilent bid toUClUni t.. i-nited Hsttoni .m powet if %  t. sd snd held i ,.i%  unt4,. ( | (j.-nei d (ilenii Elai e.is Finii Ait Pot Mi ... iUl n ling the afi or i.uti'i %  rasa conslstsd ol HB S I.r.' |el rl %  il">Ul 150 miles from Seoul The second up af Royal tui I % %  Mftl-l! I. -1 %  III I Ot "I HlirtSBgl Not OM -ighted. —U.P. Sook To Free !Va WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. :ini v'i Friday that United States Ambes. lador to Japan Robert Murphy is taking a leading perl in efforts m try to obtain the release of two British Nsvy sailors serving a two and one half years Bis coot of sending, NOIS COVItNOR A i Residential niian. Secietaryot :.JIJOD'I fsnn proolenn. (Internettonall West Berlin ) oulhs Invade 114ft MeetingBERLIN. AUK IB. I %  said Antl-< An!t-C'..mmunist ".''• Berlin ntu youths late ii>-t nigh' that the CommunM meeting place In The East md threatened to beat ;i group of Cnmmui nccording to West BeihPolice said the incident occurred ,1 t.ear the British sector of the W< end station on premise' .-t of 'hem bad i ontrolled elevated system, but WSS violence had been prevente-i by AI>N Hid %  lence a police riot squad which iu-r %  p —t'.P. expensive: Delightful . cvquiMie DEVONSHIRE Sho have batn pkuuvtd to bring you lo\el\. asjctuBlvi 'hocIt the roost rcaMinablc prices shoecreatad lo u.idcriuu WMU natural graoc ••"d" DOaSC. I heir stvlnig is up-to-ihc-ininiiic . their colours on inspinMksl. ilicir snug, QDSJ tit -iimethinM you've dicjincd .ibout rlsffs sit mil three of a h*ii,%  •Jeilul %  i. glKKl that shop NOW Obtamoafr font lS Sex % 

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAT, AUGUST 1, IMI CLASSIFIED ADS. TELERRONt ZS0B pim.it SALES R£AL gSTAl'K DIED o.Fi \Ft-On Angual IMh 1RM. I reatdaikce Dougttlsr. Vil'age t rtslrew Allan Or. .* %  -ire %  : U fiiril learvra me aba** ** %  M 4 M Dm. '.,.,. Andrew mUh enure*. DU, lHv* twtuuw Kaanelh, Lwd. Ci. i Orln. Arth-.u ichildrem IN Long days, hang iu*u aftr bar* hav to I bf JCvei •srsr.i. Thelma Josei.h inpughtrrai. liocl IMIdrri. Doldren lahn I or ret U. Deldre. It. W li. IOH HRVYT HOUSKS A nk.. taHf.Wa.bWTB rjrti with running aui al VgaUftc. CnriM Cinnch. I Gai.rrle', "isWt[>i,o:i or Sittlng-roMi i and all N>iIntN Die; tltw Ik a M—li FOR SALE V*rk>aa prM R Brome. 91 Michael lioi'si PM AUTOMOTIVE i HM> built boar* .ningi* nouae i V vltli ahed i App.r to Roy William-. rYtft Villa**. St (Ah -Ol >iill:i Ml Contact K i pom %  nlllu gal lei' fAH-fiflwl Ford an pood waiKUu •er COnlMl Cr.ll Uiitodlord. Iv> I %  B I H t U in i .>n uir Mam II trtsraM atata L, %  J* ot apalji "Oarltoni-dt^iM Piiaw Haaoan. Dlniiur Roon [nd other mods** naimmif* Phoi %  UsB IU,Sn PririHM aa. Hir CA.1-IW Morrla Oatford .oM Mijea '.ath Garage, a aervanU' ruotni and aa-rvsnte' toilet in yard %  Several fruit treee ImpavUon b appointment Dial J"l TRe auVove will ba aat up tor sole .iblic cotatpetition .1 out oiBee In Lm Ireel on Prlda>. Had |il 13--CARRDfCTON SEALY. I OMMpI >od lyraa. Nf i d iaod l.iiHJ i taj 4 Grota* i'ln %  Italttiln. low nulr.gr IUC.-nUy oi inaulatl A WlttUit. Air. FTlLI ina 4WT. 16 I 4n WAITED Sparkling glass •THt IfHIMiTAOar* •IWala at tba MIIPT of Whlta Parli and Country Road Bi.dina: or, abaul IH.O*.' aquara (a*t of bnd rrln Tti* Hoi Oal p • 1*! m AM^Ur.f Shrla*bam Unfyr. r^.a IM Sap Murwali: CoaM. At tr aa t iva frail burn rfendanti Df purauancc of an Order In Ihu • Court in trie above action nu>ii> on (hiflat da of July. IMS. I cm nil peraoni lnvmf any aMSM, IKI( H illnlrii room, tutht bed ___ draaalns rooma. wa,ler am rleelrle ll|tit InapecUon ^"# day Sa. bnm t'n and lour. nfT.cl.nil all that certain piece i Tf.a above will ba aat up lor aala at of land iltuata naar Malroaa In public competition at OUT irtRce. lurul Oi ol Saint Thomaa ana Itland Btrerl. on PrlQn tbe SInd day of /u>uat' b^doa rontalnlnf by — p.m. rood lhlrty-Be parc^eia ot tharaabout CAIUGNGTON *. SSALY ELKCTRICAL Vr3r.a:ni id I4J I ,•• I*', with Co.. Ltd It a it p.. ml le p-rI IlarI M rt* 5197 FLAT a. MOVSE r-Oli lu-mahed. fct l**r*-e an*daev Phonr M09. M.a.u—t i.ii eLAT—TdB V .1. HatMU lta. F.n TijfciO Sxvaari:iL'l' Cpol — Avall-i> InuJiwj: ilaly lor |1 to ,1 moitha — L"rid< ] mi>i Rrldfcluwn Appl> Mra D t mr.. IB a M—H. RtXJdUTAITLT RaScn Court A badroomi and a Apply -XIIX C RjOOMi tiedioo—1 %  9Urt lor thremonin-. Sei,timb*T lo Novamlier Phone tt.'^ ANNOUNCEMENTS \r > i I>:TI;A MOKSV. AM oi profti full or apTtime fta 1 Par oonal Cl nali i-h Oraatini." 33 f.ir ti. — riinulr.prtntod. Sampl* eSfa Alan f> l.rn.ll'ul irvaia Writ Air ..Imi CARr CO. tfl W. lluio-i St. BtlBU PERSONAL O.E.C. RtKl.lUSRATOB. irt lie*. cfHillion, IUac ,raa lor ,i nouaawifa Ayjly L el H Minar, IKej Mroct. Dial I7VI v.TKrnirn Laad'a End in' I bidrtami. drawing and dimr.i bath. Icaart. kllchan llajh' ruble ft -f %  ^P 1 *" a ""' ,r '" L"n fl " Larsalf. % %  butlint and baundtnd o MfM Honoway an landa of .i piara called "Mel roaaon landa of lha catate of Thorn— i.lli dece.iird and on tho public road oi•laa lb.aame may obut and bound to bring before n e an account of thair aald clalma with ihetr wltneaa.. ilocumenta and 'ouchara. to ba by ma on am/ Tueada) or F HAOl^-OHAM—Ona ill HalucrafUr u lO'Gr'm In a S MECHAMCAL "D HiOEI^AT-jR uroal Dial HOI. H'.i-UJJAM'WI^ IlOliKS -Faahioti Hooka. French HjaiiUh now available; alao Covara mom — Bucfcm lha lai*at ttyioa < Ebony Draohop. Ptiine v, Stre.1 above l_aahlev Store and J pie Head Sticci 10.* 13—li HIOTK ,-ock rtone am lao a qu-nlit) irONB—A larae q able for aawlna purpoa>*a nr mui'hmr-broken atone %  ,chips "H" chipa a. ' I tip* and dual. Contact Keith Rayalda l.naKae lxdj|c Stone Works Co DU> ajBO 13 I IS—n HOUSEHOLD SQUIPMSHT of AI leecrlpiion hand 111. 31t day of ,i,lv, IMS F C TA1-MA. t Ht Clerk of lha Aaalitinl Court r Appex '. %  .U-4n TO ALL EUROPE Only KLM offers all ffaii • Fivp 111;.-1.1weekly from the Caribbean • Choice of Northern or Southern Rout* • Slt-tpAir and SleeperService available • .Mnpmrrs en route at no extra fare • l.tiMiimuIH-ti and OC-8K airliners • De luxe and Toarist (la-.Service Fly KI.M> superb First Class Service with its fam-mt* 7-course meats and all the "extras" or choose KLM'fl woaonical Air Tourist Service. On both you enjoy Ihe eoatfoti mid convenience of the same faat, motlerii uiivraft and the .oniidence inspired by the aame experienced 'mi.lion-mile" pilots and crews. Windolene For iwicas the thine m all the lime. )UM uv vaindolene. Grease, jm and fly marki so in %  nS4h and leave vuurgljNS sparkling and poileul> clean. ot aviaoowi. HiMota. I itTHi, itiaidiatiORiN J;:T M.Y fit-UtB UiBfatl I taosi. I roai—I UMMXI e/aeuu ffas tasty & f&f SHIPPriC NOTICES ilaj Lt--l .Ill-I %  i • %  iicil I t.i-arsw ..,. Imt s civElCdi. fr,kifc"lon %  i Maacolli aa I do not ho.d add CIJMCNT MURMEL1. aiiaaea Rili. at. Ptuop IB B.H—3NOTICE; k-Ahitm OF >iei*r cncscR INVALID V/llGEL CHAIR-Apply O. W -•.chinaon a Ca., Ltd it a tm-ti NOTICE i-Mii-n or RT PHBJr ApnlicalloM lor Uao l*0t oi Nv.r-e ,il O* St Philip*. Alir.-houw will !>. %  .net veil by the underalarne'l np to faatur Appllcat li %  !0M In lot* -I i" i-a. than atat *n I |1 w each Appl, ihe Slandar. gaaei Hdoai Co. It Swan Street -lal MHO. It.a t3--3n OFFICIAL SALE •l A KB ADOS IN THE AMIRTAMT COIRT OC rn AI lEquiUuila JuriaauUoni JOHN ANTHONY CVMMING iPliiliUiff LOKTUS OTWAY WILKINSON i Defendant* NOTICE la hereby fTven lhat by vir|ua of an Order of the Aaalatant Co.ut I Appeal dated the Hat day of July. 1M3 there will be Ml up for aale to Ihe nlBheal bidder .it the Office ol the rirr l The Aaalatant Court of Appeal BI Ihe e> H Hayast %  Ida* tarn mnm %  IH. jnobn ol 13 uiooni ..nd 3 o'clock In thr I afternoon on Pride,, the 10th daf ik-tober. 1BB3All thrl :< paaeal of land aituMe near ktrlroae HI I lha pariah of Saint Thomaa and laland ..( Barbedoa ro-ialnlnf by idmiaatiW nienl on* rood and thIHy-flvr percht ii ir.areabouta abuttlnf "nd bounalng on (anda ol UllarW llolaoway on landa of a i iid' ol tbe Thomas Gill, dreeraed. NOMIIUI, Atis-mALi'. amvi 8SALAN0 W r i on • MA N S UMSl I S -aiOlCGTlii la acbeduled lo from Port Ptrte May Slat. Devonport r* MR. Melbourne June IHh Sydney .e StUi. Briabana July tin, arrtvtna al rbadoa about AiuruM Sth. in addition to general cargo thla veaaal -. atnpl* apace for chilled and bard BSSB carao. arao accepted on through Btlla of iinf for tranahlpmant at TrlnidJd H tlah Guiana. Ian-ward and Windward la. 'or funhar partlOMlan apply— iRMSSB arm to., LTD.. DA ooaTA a oo.. LTD.. .[ The M V -CABIRBrr. f c*pl Cargo and PBMtna I Dominica, Antigua. Moi. errai I Xevb and St Kltt* Sailing Tuea. t day lMh Inat The M V MONEKA will accept Cargo and Pa.-engera for Dominica. Antigua. Montacrral. Navia and St Kitta galling Prlday air.d ln B W.I. 8CBOONIB OWNRRS' ASSOCIATIOM (DC • Ceaatanee. Talephear N Vt*X.'>fla&W # AP" LIC v %  Peeoehlel Ufftci m ,t pi Hot .o,-ac .Marl:-' raaaflvM h ihii'slMvaede. : ir. i ic I'-Advstalr Slationcry frOlt IMIOKK "NOTICE iocRrrr.li apRmo MATTRRSSRS. A llmiled number of FatahI Spring lied Mnttreaaca. Each indivlduBprlnf rovered Si Caleooc llUtaii. vat marulactured type 3 I. %  • asff.at each Alao iital'abl" In i-B doai CO., 14 Swai. tt.el, Dial NS> U 52-3i. I'AM'S MATH DYE -R.eommrndrd H ..iil.ng nairdreaarra Eiiv to apply rjiiniuir Action. Gloaty Effect N'. nUcS lillows Du> %  Bollle. 1 Gooding .iiwbi Aiiu/ 10 *.L*-ii. si.l-WHUia BOW to the D*U> ti (raak I tutland > leodti.i; lioilj N%  var now arrrvlng In Bwrbadaa by An uly a lew day* after publication 1' ondoa. Conlaat 1-s Gale, C/o Adve te Co. Ltd. Local RepteaanUtlv. fol. Ilia. H.JS-tJn STOVES—Just arrived Shipment ol i r stand Model, ol I CiKJtEN ARROW" Blue Flame Ol tlovea With the long Inatirg FHwr .<1LAM •/ICKS OHTA1NABLE at all leadm. (ardware Stores K. J Hamel-Smltl. < CO Limited Aftcnt. llucige Street %  hone tTM I a W—Ji IrUCES-For Sale a' BUckman'a Houn l Joarph Mat.ogaity T.eea. tver inn offer, will be received up to 3Ttl Miguil. inapeclroti any da*, any hou. Vpply .o Mra. JrJhn Lee on tbe prom •et. and Oweta in writing made to her 14 8.53-$n I I -t.d :„. I %  MvrareN ||*| i WARNINGS. %  r \var> avoid low lyinu artliable to flood. Make i i.fnts to lesvt j early. Don't run the risk oi being marooned. &f •••• &f • %  NOTICE i.n! Rtr<**a and Trinidad | ; Tobago Government Currency Notes are requested to exchange | < tm for British Csrlbbean Currency notes wtth a-i little delay a bit I Barclays Bank (D.C. V O.). the Royal Bank of Canada and the Nah of Commerce will exchange the currency notes on .ppl ca;ion. until further notice Sgd H. N. ARMSTRONG, Senior Cuirency Officer. Pub: .-. Buildings. Barbados Centre |2ti August, 1952. 18.8.5J—2n. ZCOCb SisomAhip Qo. 9nc. CANADIAN 8EBVICE OL'ND 1 YRA" HA PAKOD1" KIM" -•RNETA" NORFBBOUND afeatreaj Malltai July SO August t August Aua.it IS August 19 Sept. August Sept. 3 Sept. Sept. II Sept. IS Sept. Due Barbado. Apply :—DA COSTA CO. LTD CANADIAN SERVICE NEW YORK SERVICE 'ALCOA PLANTTW NEW ORLEANS SERVICE STEAMER sails lh July. — arrlvaa STEAMRH *>iu 31at July arrlvaa 1 TTXAUER lulls Itth August — arrival i STEAMER valla 38th Auguat — arrlvaa I STEAMER aaila llth September %  ROBERT THOM LTD.—Nfr'W YORK & GULF SERVICE HARRISON LINE (M 1 u Mill ntOM THL I'NITKD KINODOM MORRI --—.—. BIQ bgygnd belhf j AraJlabaa tn tbraa Poor-dooe. Two door galnna. aad CnarassrBMa. Lai < %  uaba voo for a damonatreatoa nda sad preea bow UiUa a ooau aa FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phone 4504 ( CHRISTIAN SCIENC1 P READING ROOM | ( To lhu loeklnf for aomalhing bailer ChiMUan Science haa b come lo show that life. AS GOD %  < haa given 11 b) Itfl ia In reality Z wholly aafe ^nd harmonloua. %  flu--v.i dark or diObuil thins* W ( %  i'> teem, thla truth la practical a. and provable NOW A) Stud}' Christian Science at the *• m Raading Room over Bowcn a R I Sona. Bioatl Street li Open from 10 a m. — 2 p m IF S d.. -. '.vedneadas*. FTtR I d>t and en Saturdan 1U %  < a m -13 o ock AI.L ARE WELCOME yvyev>*evy-,v>-y-v^ woe eeoo' A Grand SERVICE Op SONGS will be liven by MR. GKORCS PARRIS *ah.pbeoparl At hn residence. 'JliCRCH Vn.IAOE. St PHIUp Oa SCRDAT. Slat AI'OCHT. Mat! ADMISSION — 1/0 Mr CECIL SKEETE-S CHOIR In Atlendai.ce KefreahaieaU en "ale — Flaaae lavfte Eaar I rieada R. II. EDWARDS LTD. 8, Broad Street i'HE GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO OFFER FOR SALE The Auxiliary MOTOR Ketch Yacht "ARGOSY" about 83 tons gross aboet 49 tons net .Said to have been built mainly of teak at Bruges in 1903, copper shenthed. Fitted with CUMMINGS DIESEL Motor -age unknown) 8 cylinders, about 84 H.P. (registered), estimated to give a speed of gpffi -ximatcly 8 knots on about 18 gall, fuel per hour. Three fuel lank* total capacity about 1,400.1.800 gala. ACCOMMODATION. double citiin with W.C .v.tached. two single cabins, one scad as Pidlo Onerator's cabin, or.e large saloon with sleeping aecotntisdatlon, forecastle, galley with AG , stove and elee-tric refrigerator. Electric tight and radio transmitter und receiver. Certain Darts of engine are mi-sing, including self starting equipment DIMENSIONS:— approximately 68ft. x 22ft. x '.Oft. gins draft. %  1 Trinidad by arrangenunt. Bett offers are invited "as she now lies.*' For orders to vie*, etc., apply in THt COMPTROLLBR OF CUSTOMS ANT EXCISE. T OF SPAIN. TRINIDAD, DVV1 18 8 5?-5r,. REGENT HIGH SCHOOL Ko-openTueada*. September Sid, 1VS3 Ntar 1st AvanuPine iload. St. Mieb.


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SATVRDAY, AUGUST 16. 1M2 BVRBADOS ADVtM VTl p vr.r FIVE C.J. Confirms Rates In Yonkers Case Progressive Co. Petition Accepted By Vestry .RDSiilP il„. Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collyiii th* Courl of Common Pleas yesterday dismissed with costs the petition of the Yonkers Motor Omnil Ltd.. objecting against the rales the St. Michael Veatrv laid upon them for 1952-53, and confirmed the Vestry'. I ale.-.. i tli cisiur. came after three days hearing—Wednesday and Friday last week, and Thursday this week. The Vestry had assessed the Company at $644.03 in respect c,/ a protit of Sc,:ZM. but they claimed that they had made ivi front during the previous year from which the Vestr" basing its rates. I Una in side; but upon from thai IHrrr which nus CY npanka objected to are many discrepancies us between laid upon tin .1 a ,„i i].,. „,., In In* ono 1: :. • huh cannol be expbilKsl. Co. brought agaiim the Veatrv, Umtmmtt \...\n, %  Hi. Uordahip >„„, ,„,, vJSg; The c !" J^ ^iST,,, one ',1Z.?," rU '.,'. h ,*.,' hc '""'-'' %  -'*• %  ' >^Sitesteo auditors and ESfL.,f **J l\ X" 1 ""' eventually by aa, rli ^L Vosll > h "'"W „ Mr. Cuk* ana admitted peel •nil the book, rlepi^cededtocx:..,.,,,. B, obtactad th. .... i,„ bantu gat. .„. lou3 „„„„. .. • %  .H U 2 '"' '7, ""• V u> lh f" 11 *Return. Boo „l, , i 2„-JfS they would accept tie have previously mentioned API urleturn. ui that Company. I Da, hid „,,„, ,, p ,.,„,,., ,,,„ llol h v .^.^ ?T? '"? %  ",' .. 5 -^ ?8 ln respect lo, or did not take account ^Sn £ II^ !" ^*^ co^s .SLnSrsa wL K Mr r. II aVS !" .U~.i...j true "Icture of the accounts In tun ynieroay morning. Hit Lordv r %  V,? I K T i,J?Z ? Ttew %  •' "" %  PP" ." the Dallj h'P lh Chief Justice Sir Allan ISSJa "li 1 M;,.T' v„'" .i 1 ": Return. Book and Ihe Highway. Collvniore. Kt., welcomed on be1 ."-f" Ye„-wo.l 4 & Transport Book. £•" nil Ml. Justice [fS.'ffiSS '•" '•'',"' Individual Iradcrs.TradihK ComCl: %  •" d S. Husband. tor the NationalI Una Co. atoo pan ( „. shouln k ,„„ ^ to the Local Bar. and admitted E % ti %  ''',,'; r i tr ;' T ""• a rcou "" %  """ % %  ""Sri£S ,c " f-. w. wmirt, instructed „> ihc rleiUiiB* If trHt*r IIO-M -. ,h ,,l,r nd !' Solicitors, represented l„e 22SE ."_' !" ?!2 JJ12...1S Man. Progressive Co. HI. Lordship "id: "By tnclr r^r."^T^jr.^ ^-^2 the jury box. ns welT as friends Founder Of L.S. Aid SocieU Q .Ci Rangers I Stresses Aims For People Return Fram MR. HILBERT WIl.KI.N SON, organiser and I of the American Aid SocMty tnc f i th* Wet) [ndits, tolu i, gathering including lay leading social winkrrs 01 Barbados at Bethel Hall on Thursday nigh., oj the work thai ihe Society yam doing for the destitute people of Bar-1 the West 1 ,. Mr. Wilkinson, a Barb.id.an n the USA (or the p..-' 5S years, has his Own priming establishment. He arrived here recentIv visit, his second in live yean Trinidad Slalten Queena C o I I e I ned to the ulan by the MR. C, S. Hl'SBAMIS C. S. HUSBANDS ADMITTED TO BAR BY CJ. : members of the bar, some 8BJ?.W ~i"/ S n, U u ,V,rTl,?'a'lcu!'a,c Br 7, U :'„; oJner^l.ttroouee!;* ^S22 f the parish o( St, Michael sivlne a Usable nrofl" ccount n ** *<*,o* them ar* to Their' Lordships, and said: a. *5 Sfl for which he t woSd JS"*"" 1 < f.l. .Uowms may"May tt please Your Lordships. bi Mwoi * for an occasional en or, irader* I apply ihis morning for Mr. cuf%  %  mm t . i, 0 Kern i yesterda,*' niommr by : .I'aaaslUa t'haJlearf-r from T; i.i dad. In charge j'. (ne girls were Hi Mia C Jordan and Mi I I %  tv Pickering. a It I) While in Trinidad, th*girl-. camped at Ihe Trinidad Girl I Guide Headquarters at rVlm<>;K the £ I) %  I* They made tnpa to San >".-ns.ir < I \ Hrea and Point-a-Pierre. >' f'oint-u-Pierre they were take-i around the oil Ihe Camp Commnndant W-M I* IIK.1* Nurs and s.ic • %  %  wilted by Mi.-a Ufivl Skee he) remained h Trinidad for and is slaying with his rail Itoudai tives in Bank Hall Road. I %  corporation. I the meeting wabill Ihe met H ln MlM Jimtan and M ii IIccklCK who Intr^-iuceti I I I %  ,,,,.' :cki-iing led the Advoeate y. Mr. Hi Inert Wilkinson and his pie ...id wee Irjtinj tht-i, b terday that t>e.r visit *ui ve i Mr. Otwav Wilkinson an" f jucceealul one. ie Tim.d .1 BarbwUaa who La %  promm 1L? !" ver> no,, P Ufll,u ' ; mb of the Americanthey aald. Aid Society I 'ho*e returning yeaterd n Mr. Hilbert Wilkinson. expUinM..V Jjere: M( C. Jordan, Mis* I ir. s his mlaaloo to Barbadoi told "''. ABdollM K", that It was not incorporate.! u Mnndene King. Anita Lawaat quite a number of POPI %  d only handle p th. Leila Maseoll Patnnj M..xwl would do all m their power be $044.03. The Yonkeri Motor Omnibus Co. Ltd in their petition dccUred thai they should not have been rated apply i c?nnot expect relief from the taxford S. Husbands i to be admitted lng authorltlea or fiom the Court, to practice In the Court or this In the circumstance* of this ease, island, wilh-ut finding it nccessurv to gu Mr Husbands was bom in Bar^ ratinthe lnto gna^r detail, the oblections bados on the 5th August. 1928. the It is for the Petitioner Best and Clanta Jordan. 'Challenger' Taking Sugar, MolcAHes For Canada ppnsafed In any way and the work to see ttu* the Instructions of the cballaiurar under the commai j.-'i.-ena.) K.( (Wanmni 4j C^ilnli i.-l-U 6t-til ..HI aM.I .kill . ^* ... -. He said that proper books were kept and the organisation was run on strictly business line;. The member* of th; Committee comprising Barbadians worn not comI erformed by \oluntarlly. them to substantiate their claim for re„.., the objectioni. • of the Company must be dLsmissed f 1 0 ,h f nt r A S. Husbands ^TITS w'h <^ -d ** rate which they L*^J&? !" *& ?&? Plantation, St, Lucy. He was edu%  f. The Vestry Is authorised under JT^L""i^vSrl" -^^'"1"^ taled lhp P"^ School. St. the Act to_rate the Company which ^.^Lvt n?^ t .^ c ^ an ( '"' ^ took his flnab to the The D;.i|v Returns Book of the I !" 7W r lh,s ^ om P*-n>Examination in December Compsmy was m nev dencc and Sl i?"^^!? ^ COrt ,MI nnd w calle<1 to ,h E,1 " ie rtleJlosii es \verc sho 1 u,(l bc *<>*<* the Company. . h Baron the I3lh May. 1832. eleiid .in, SST3^ i lZ Hu Larashl P d lh l >*"-w 'Subsequent to taking his finals. e^mnlri Vh£ -122 ^ e h u St! no di51>ule about that DUt l!,c aur •*• took a post final course lasting Zill B ^ £ SS t,on w ln rt *' ,ccl f how mu ">' 'w three months from Pebruary !" ^ n ?1 ^ rta y fi Normally, he thought it to May this year, nnd in addition appears in it. On the 3rd of July. might ^ ,„,. the firsl day ))( tho |o lhl u uill Certlfteata of Call, }H JTSJ^li V? 8 *^T 'l? 1 hree cases, and for yesterday, for I have hero a Certificate regaxdl!Zi y J<^2ifcr£ C \ \ i ' il w vW" from the start that ing that Course which -hows that f^ J!f^ .1'^'." ,? > e ^a^** !" M have to be tried was Indeed n thorough and useOf that book are $252.34. An addiseparately ful course for a gentleman about tion of the figures in the respective Mr u^ rrow 8a jd that the lo undertake the practice of liit i amount lo that. wUr.c^es had to attend the Court profesaton ~ •ach day when the other cases ,'i're being heard as there never any knowing when tney 1 would be required. He had intii ed from the first day when He said that the k" kifts of clothing irequently to Barbados to be distributed among the poor people anil then wen itirnuurs which apparently came from this island th.n bed P Mtaed the Committee of the So* i ing that the people or whom tne gifts were Intended, got little cr none of them. Such rumours beto nffrct th. done Society were carried out and thai distributions would be made to the i ca.'e. of Commander Victor Clarke, arrived here yesterday moimiv from Trinidad with 120 tons cargo to be landed. This cargo Ktiginated from Australia, Coli bo and Trinidad. Already tho ship has been loading 2,500 tons of sugar at Britl Guiana. She will now take a lo.nl of 3,600 tons of sugar while Ll fire at Brevilor Plantation, Carlisle Bay. Peter, at aboul ItM pjn. on in addition to sugar, the chal work of the We\n servant of the public to aid these Courts in the just and fair administration of tho law, and I shall only hope that mv efforts and aspirations will not b^ in vnin." gives you this redpv "f rhTER'S ... cake supieme Willi ii covering i.nd filling of PCTEB*8 chocolate cream neat friend* win love u and th? women too And nut a crumb will thev leave for roUj WIM CHOI'tll.AT: (AKK HirREMK. Crepm cup butter <•< mardartne and 1 cup sugar A d be 1 11 >.!; the totals :.pponrtiig in the right hand total column, regardless of what the true additions were. There Is alto under revi<*w Chi further hearing brought by the Mai thi John who mal-treating her half-year-old child 16th July -A tht ~— ..j „, m pnWBW i j-~,.; % %  %  Police agains. l <1 for ne welcome, the kin' s charged with temBt ks and the kind warning jLlWi'u ("'eii TIIV nuniuir t^" 1 "" 11 John pleaded ttuilty to the hat ( vsr> additional good barrlsrharge at an eariier hearing, and ler (, nil asset to any Bar. M* it was expected that Sgt. Gill who ..j m i s in he a good barrister Highway, & Transport book and pro secuted would have given ev:'^Deeply conscious of UfcanoW ihe explanation of the Managing denc y ^„ traditions of the English Bar o' Director about the number of pasThe matter was adjourned yeswhich 1 am extremely proud and %  nsjen earned wmdn e"erns n terday because Sgt. Gill could not hapay to be 1 member. I shall — ^ %  %  .1 by the otherattend the Court due to illness. cverv o"^'lon endeavour as THE FAMOUS "JONES" HAND SEWING MACHINE Obtainable only from . 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