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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Grond Sessions Ww 0 a.m.
Moeting of Lesisiative

Council 2.00 p.m
Meeting of House of

Assembly 2.00 p.m
Potee Band Concert, Mental

Hospital ............. 4.00 p.m
Mebile Cinema, Boscobel :

Bays’ School Pasture, ‘

WE NE bass cin en cies si 7.30 Dyn.

Por the Cause that lacks assistance
‘Gainst the Wrongs that need resistance
Por the Future in the distance

And the Good that I can do

Eisenhower Hits At
U.S. Administration

ESTABLISHED 1895



gs

Stevenson Termed As Chicken Pox
Independent Candidate Shuts Schools

By ROBERT BARKDOLL | And Churches

WASHINGTON, August 25. i te ee ee

REPUBLICAN presidential nominee Dwight Eisen-|GrorGrrowNn, BG. Aus. 25.
hower denounced the “loud policies and faint deeds” of} Schools and churches closed
administration on Monday while his Democratic foe Adlai
Stevenson was hailed by a C.I.O. leader as an “independ-
ent” candidate.

Eisenhower told the widely cheering American legion
convention in New York that during the lest ‘dismal de-!
eade” administration allowed Russia to take over the Far!
East. The General was interrupted by applause eighteen
times during his 28 minute address in whicn he charged a patched to the affected area tw
three point “course to peace.” After his address the conven-|treat cases with Chloromycetin,
tion broke into nearly half hour cheering and demonstrat-/|'rhe Director of Medical Services
ing. disclosed today that the incidence

+ pneryens cough was more than
At Springfield, Illinois, Steven- ; chicken pox.

son
on Wednesday conferred with!
President Walter Reuther of C.I.O.
Uniteq Auto Workers’ Union and
James Patton, President of the
National Farmers’ Union. |

They offered him several wns | U.N. Council



Cprentyne River following
outbreak of whooping cough and
chicken pex whieh already caused
seven deaths following complica-
tions and broncho-pneumonia.

dam and trained nurses were dis-

From reports he received over
| the week-end the outbreak was

3 Countries
Proposed For (iit citicnci emuin eho

for a further three weeks. Houses
jin the area are being fumigated



jand restrictions on ingress and
gestions and said afterward, he) ;egsress especially for children
listened but made no commit. | UNITED NATIONS, /have been instituted. Arrange-
ments. Reuther Geeeied penal New York, Aug. 25, |ments are being made to
son as a most unt tole high Lebanon, Denmark and Colombia| strengthen the nurse-midwife
a ‘Tre CLO lender said the are expected to become members|staff and Dr. C. K. Jones who is
filinels Gavesusr ‘avas not a can-|0! the United Nations Security| carrying out B.C.G, campaign’
didate of labour, industry or poli- Council next year, informed|/among the Amerindians of the!

diplomats said on Monday, They
are expected to be elected by the
General Assembly to serve two-
year terms on the eleven-nation
council beginning January 1, 1953.

tical bosses”.
Outside Classification

Both Reuther and Patton tossed
barbs at Eisenhower. Reuther
described him as a “great General,
but he is working outside his job
classification.” Patton said Eisen-
hower has already abrogated the
Republican platform on farm
policy. There was standing room
only as Eisenhower delivered his
address to more than 13,000 cheer- |
ing legionnaires, There were
chants of “we want Ike”, and as
he denounced the warlike acts of
Russians shouts of “give hell Ike”

patch to the area to follow up
emergency treatment with B.C.G.
vaccinations.

Orealla with a population esti-
mated at 600 mgstly Amerindians
of distribution of non-permanent|/has a resident nurse and midwife
seats, Lebanon is to replace Turkey| but the G.M.O. visits quarterly
for the Middle Eastern seat, Den-|and the Health Officer once every
mark to replace the Netherlands|two months.
and Colombia to take Brazil’s place | The
for Latin America, Chile, Greece | -
and Pakistan, currently members| #"70unced
of the Council, have one more

Under the geographical system

Medical Services Director
today the Anthrax
outbreak is mild and well under
a a control. No human beings so far
year ‘to serve. |have been affected but as a pre-
The three candidates for 1953,| cautionary measure all animals iv
burst from one corner of Madison | ore selected by Governments in|the area were inoculated and
Square Garden. |their own. geographical areas and|movements of animals _ is still
Eisenhower several de-|5one of the choices are likely to/ forbidden, also no milk is being
pentieat aah The beeoene text. | be contested. Lebanon will receive | allowed to leave the area, Pre-
One paragraph read, “but let us

the Near-Eastern seat for which | cautionary measures may last’
sharply hew to the fundamental |it ran two years ago when it was another week,





American principle that every/drafted by Turkey after tong

man is te moved Apgved bene ds ais re 7
guilty. Assa an Yan originally was interes’

Senictart of which hunts arelin a Council seat but eventually British Delegation

dangerous to our freedom and to
our world position of leadership.”

withdrew in Lebanon’s favour.
Denmark is the second Scandina-
In redling it he changed the vian nation to sit on the Council.

second sentence to “subversive| /Worway held a seat in 1949 and
elements are always dangerous to 1950, and her delegate Arne Sunde

our system.” An Eisenhower | Was President in the crucial month
Spo ema Sad eT de woe at of July, 1950, when the Council |
ost cao ce’ Matai of his dis- Voted a series of measures estab-



Leaves For China

LONDON, Aug. 25.
The biggest British delegation
ever to visit Communist C in-
cluding four Members of Parlia-
ment, six scientists, three house-
wives, and members of the legal



lishing a unified command in|profession, left here by air for
te a Bday the telepromoter Faber Peiping on Monday.
tikes ; —UP. ered “Dad never been 8) wijrtyicee | inset ot. tie
h candidate for a Council seat be- y



Britain-China Friendship Associa-
tion which is a pro-Communist un-
on several occasions, Stockholm] 6 moia} organization, are visiting
Government feels its presence ON! Raq China for about one month at
the Council may jeopardize their| ine invitation of the Chinese
traditional policy of rene | meceles Institutions of Forei
—USP. Affairs,

cause, as her spokesman explained



Libya May Take
Decade To Becomte |
Self-Supporting |

U.N. August 25,
It may take as long as ten years
before Libya the World’s newest



,man, Geoffrey Bing, Emrys
| Hughes and Desmond Donelly.

. Hurricane
Practice Today

|

“We are just going for a look
eound with no strings attached.

Sere SO aa ations gy small esis, practog of, oedarence to Be held ta Seloton
a ae 5 ichael’s Paris urricane | ° ¥,
. expert indicated on Monday, | Bt, Michael's Parl takes place|i2 September,” Donelly said,

i —UP.
Thomas Power, junior Unitef, be | , gr og - eS and
| Nations technical assistance mepre-| “The praction te halhe anruamed
sentative in Libya Be ee ae conjunction with the Social
conference that although _ the! \walfare Department which is in
United Nations and United States charge of the feeding arrange-
t four assistance programmes) jjenis, The idea is to test the|
to Libya were making great strides! | moiancy of the Services, but it|
it would take a long time before) js not proposed to try out more
the North African Kingdom be-)jhan 18 of the Shelters andj,
comes a going concern. Feeding Centres. oy tea ‘|
. The Canteen aft wi ry ou
Power said after Unjand: Mations| lighting fires and boiling water in|
ogists discovered that M0) the open. It is hoped that the|
mineral deposits of commercial | Area Chairman, the Canteen
significance existed in Libya, em~ Staff and Shelter Wardens will
phasis is being placed on| assemble at their aiotied stations
lture. in order to make the practice as
oe U.P.. realistic as possible.





THE first reaction of W
on the reunification of East

diplomatic notes, and of litt
have a concrete basis.







MAKCH PAST




cr

Clabs

as

REPRESENTATIVES of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Oval yesterday when the first Athletic Sports Meet ing of the Zarbados Boy

they marched past at Kensington

and Girls’ Clubs was held
the ma

In the foreground is the Police Band which led rch past



Hav badros

at!
Orealla Mission 56 miles up the
an

Siung G.M.O. at New Amster-:

Northwest Frontier will be dis-|

Leftist members of the|
| Labour Party were Sidney Silver-|

TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,



| NO KIDDING-
|

THEY’RE JUST A BUNCH OF

1952

ARE GOAT QUADS



i

(ADS, but vince they're quadrupiet goats
are also very rare. In addition to bel nging to the Verse

' eategory, the quads further complic ite statisties by preferring bottles
' to. thei mom. Their owners are Mr and Mrs. Marsh, of Olinda, Aug-

| ‘tralia and they've been named

ener

Egypt

By K. €.

Bimbi, Mary, Fairy and Charles.



| U.K’s Relations With
On the Up-Grade

THALER
LONDON, Aug. 25.

of tension in the Anglo-Egyptian relations, and officials

| TWO moves last week marked a significant relaxation

readily admit that they may be followed by further promis-

ing developments,
The lifting of the

argo by Britain on supplies of
non-operational equipment to ‘he Egyptian Army, and an
| Offer to grant again trainthg facilities to Egyptian officers
| in Britain, both announced in the past few days have been!

described as a goodwill gesture *owards general Mohammed

Naguib’s new regime,

|
Preceded by a tacit understand~
jing over the delicate issue of
;t-eognition of his title as King of
[Sudan of King Fuad Il, they “are
held to be the first official and
formal indication that things are
moving in “the right direction”.
This does not mean that a settle-
ment of the Anglo-Egyptian dis-
pute—the evacuation of the Suez
Canal and the unity of the Nile
valley-—are just around the corner,
but authoritative sources em-
phasize that for the
since last fall things are looking
brighter.

Another outstanding feature is

the changed tone and mood of the | '

British Press which has reverted!
to more reserved appraisal of
Egyptian” affairs and of, Anglo-
Egyptian relations in General
British Foreign Office, and govern-
ment spokesman have maintaine
in their contact with the press the
utmost reserve on this relation-
ship since general Naguib’
“coup”, .

Meanwhile, attention is focuss-
ed more closely on the “far end’
of the Middle East defence aren
where contacts between Turkey
Greece and Yugoslavia have
aroused great interest and hope:
for some sort of Balkan agree-
ment.

Both Britain and the United
{States would welcome — such
an alignment which would
strengthen considerably the West's
| strategic position in the area, as
both Turkey and Greece are
members of N.A.T.O, with Turke)
as a projected member of the Mid-
enst Defence Command. .
This coincides with the decision
of British Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden to visit Marshal
Tito later next month for a re-
view of political issues in which

@ On Page 6



_ W. Germans Cynical
On Reunification Issue

FRANKFURT, GERMANY, Aug. 25.

est German newspapers to the

latest Soviet proposal for an early four power conference

and West Gerrnany appeared

to be one of cynical weariness, with a long exchange of

le hope that they would never

The United States, Britain, and
France agreed last month on a
fourpower commission to study
{th Possibility of free elections
in both East and West Germany.



They urged Russia in a note on
July 10 to go along with the pro-
posal on @ grounds that freé

elections are impossible unless an
inyoartial, commission knows what
is happening behind the Iron Cur-
tain which Russia has thrown
across East Germany.

The West appeared to be in no
hurry to reply to the Kremlin. As
one United States official said:
“We don’t have to be in any hurry
about the Russian Note, since they
took six weeks to answer ours.

The West, when it made its
proposal last month, was under
heavy pressure from some fac-
tions in. Germany and France to
make a new attempt at negotia-
ting with Russia. However this
pressure appears to have eased, so
that the Allies may not believe it

“essential to make any concessione
|to insure a Big Four conference
on Germany. —UP



| Epileptic Soldiers
| As Good As Any

' TOKYO, Aug. 25,
The army has learned that epil-

| eptic soldiers are among the best;

troops in Korea, even wher
‘gaged in combat. Colonel Donald
| Peterson, neutropsychiatric con-
; sultant for the Far East Command
|said that the army has been in-
‘ducting epileptic men vhose
eizures are controlled by medica-
ition and aecepting their enlist-
I ments for the past vear

en-

—U.P

first time |

a pcan tretinentieeltsteeepeb inane abbiieincineiesns

Arrested US.
Officers Will
Be Replaced

BERLIN,
United States

Aug. 25
tuthorities said
that the three members of the
ited States military mission to
jthe Soviet zone whom the Soviets
joccused of Espionage “probably’
uld be replaced,

The Soviets detuined them for
three hours, took away their passes

{fi enter Bast Germany, and
femanded their reeall
The authorities denied the Soviet

espionage charge, but said that it
appeared that the men would have
jto be sent to new posts, since the
jtiussians refuse to allow them to
teavel to mission headquarters ir
Potsdam

The authorities said that the
Americans were arrested on
August 15. They said that Ameri-
cans had every right to be in that
area according to Soviet-American

agreements which allow mission
members free travel in each
nation’s zone.

Mission headquarters wa in-
formed by the Russians after the
Americans were released that they

jhad been arrested for “speeding”
in retaliation for the arrest of a
Soviet officer in the United States
zone on the same charge. However,

General Vassily Chuikov, Soviet
Commander in East Germany in a
icte to United States Army head-
juarters said that the American
were arrested when they entered
ithe Soviet military installation to
epy —U.-P.

Britain, U.N. To
Have Same Rights

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25.

A diplomatic official said on
Monday that the State Depart-
ment has expressed complete
agreement with the British em-
bassy here that Britain and other
United Nations countries whose
forces are fighting in Korea should
have the

same rights to service

bases in Japan as the United
States.

It is understood that the De-

partment expressed identical views

o the Australian and New Zea-
land embassies as well. He said,
however, that it was not possible
from here to say how strong are
the Unilted States representations
») this matter to the Japanese
Voreign Office in Tokyo, but he
believed the State Department is
doing what it can.

-He pointed out one of the diffi-
culties due to the fact that grant-
ing of service bases in Japan to
the United States has not proved

very popular vith Japanese
opinion.
For that reason the Japanese

government appeared to be going
on show in granting the same
rights to other interested coun-
tries, but he was hopeful that
Japan would recognize the needs
of other boutiéries. oe



i

Rance Returns
From U.K.

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 25
; Governor Rance returned to
Crinidad last night from the Unit-



ed Kingdom where he spent three
months’ holiday He told news-
papermen at the airport that he
had no idea how soon he was go-
ing to publish Gomes’ Commissi
report on the inquiry Into certain
transactions of the City Council
| He added that | had to get some
| more advice

There is considerable specula-
tion here that there might be a

‘ eneral electior



of the Legis
lative Ae ancl



PRICE



Antigua Has
Record Crop |

INDUSTRIAL relations in Antigua have improved con-
iderably this year largely as a result of the good reception
ol the recommendations of the Malone Board of Enquiry,
Low-a-Chee told the Advocate yesterday.
Low-a-Chee is Labour Commissioner of Antigua.
He returned home yesterday afternoon by B.W.1LA.
attending the Conference of the Regional Labour Board
which concluded at Hastings House last week. He was a

Mr. C. ¢
Mr

guest at the Marine Hotel.
Viv. Low-a-Chee said that An-
sua has had a record erop this
year and it is expected that about
35,000 tons of sugar will be pro-

duced This will be about 12,000
tons abeve the average for the
past few years and will mean that
the workers will get a production

bonus of about 6% of their earn-
‘uss during the crop.

He also said that it was the

jinion ofthe sugar growers that
peoduetivity of workers this year
bod been better than it had been
for the past ten years,

Che introduction of a peasant
cultivation and haulage service,
believed to be the only one in the
West Indies has helped in the
reaping of the crop this year and
uithough the service is passing
through the usual teething trou-
bles, it is expected that it will
contribute to increased product-
i in future years, both by the
mechanical cultivation which it



males available to the peasants
ind also to the improved and
cheaper facilities for haulage of
Ipeasants’ canes, The result of
this would not only be larger

crops, but earlier harvesting,
Conditions Good
Low-a-Chee said

conditions in

Mr
working

that
Antigua
; are good. Wages compare favour.
ey with those paid in the other
slands of the West Indies, having
jregard to the cost of living in the
pective islands
| Labour poliey
sovernment in industry and in
}pursuance of this policy, joint
committees of workers and em-
i ployers’ representatives have
heen established on estates, in
j factories and workshops and on
jthe waterfront. ‘
| Recently too, an agreement for
}the establishment of a joint in«
‘dustrial council in the sugar in-
|dustry had been signed, and
{workers and employers had come
to vealise that they were partners
rather than opponents in indus-
try and that they must work to-
ecther for the welfare of them.
selves and of the island.

| UK. Fighting

is aimed at self



; ~ .
To Hold Empire
Preferences
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON Aug, 25,—
Britain seems to be ‘facing
another hard fight to hold on
tc her Empire preferences —
already assaulted and dented by

international trade conferences
at Geneva and Torquay.

A new assault is expected to
be linked up with any new
financial aid which may be

sought by Britain after the Com-
monwealth Prime Ministers meet
in London in November,

Alfred Friendly of the Wash-

THER REPORT

Nil

to date: 1.4

, ad
Wind Velocit!” € m
Barometer (9 aan.)

Sunset: é
Moon; New, August 20
Lighting: 7.00 pom.

, Mighty . iat m., 7.19 p.m,
Low Tide a.m... 12.92 p.m

FIVE CENTS





|



ter

Ssh

UNITED NATIONS fighter-boniners
and carrier-based Navy planes
have struck a giant Communist
troop and supply fase at Nam-
yang on the Korean west coast,
leaving 300 buildings gutted and
in fames. Five large explosions

Chief Tried To
Dupe Senate

——————



were reported as dead-eye Allied

bombers blasted Red ammunition

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. stores. More than 200 planes took
Senate investigators said that part in the attack. (Central Press}
Lieutenant General Lewis A. Pick, |— ame

Chief of United States Army
Engineers, tried to deceive them
about the multi-billions dollars
United States airbase contruction
“flaseo” in Freneh Morocco.

A Senate preparedness sub-
committee, aided by Senator Lyn-

Rance Opens
W.I. Lawyers

don B. Johnson, demanded that Conf *¢
Army Secretary Frank C. Pace erence
Jnr. take “appropriate action’

(From Our Own Correspondent)



against the three star general and
determine’ whether “disciplinary
action” is warranted against any|..~!
of the military officers involved nant ee ot eee
in the North African air base | ing Governes feces aaiaa come
construction programme. | Perea to bear the S.C.A.C, report

Pick, who supervised the con- in mind during the ‘discussions
struction of the Ledo road across He said he had no doubt that in
Burma during World War II, has | their discussions, reference would
turned over to Pace a report! b: made to the’ proposed federal
answering the investigators’ | court as recommended in the
charges. Presumably Pick’s r¢ port SC.A.C. report.
wll not be published until it has
been delivered to the sub-com- In what wa
mittee, probably some time today.|tion might a
i its report the sub-committee | bh:

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 25,
Opening a conference of British

that recommenda-
t their f ns
did not know, “but Ido ask

alo demanded that Pace “take! You to bear it in mind.”

all necessary steps to assure that A) ; i
the confusion, delay, indecision, a OWeat hte ers ear aes
ar at waste which occurred in}. , Guiana are attending the first
Moreceo is not repeated in the conference of barristers: of the
x lunee of the airbase construe- | wibbean, Two main itéms on
ti ) programme”. [ft said that!ti» short agenda are a permanent
P we should determine “immedi-! st Indian Court of Appeal and
ately

whether government
enforceable claims
One (ULP,)

Detective Killed
In Gunfire Clash

From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 25.
kille

has ia General Association of. the Bar
any- of the British Caribbean,

{' is expected that the parley
' last up to next Prid. in-
“ad of two weeks as ovtginalig.
guested, ;

Persia Will Sell
Oil.Do Maly, US

against



§
fe!



doseerive was d and an-

other injured during a

gunfire clash between two parties HAMBURG, Aug. 25.
of plain-clothes eee at Penal,| Persia has concluded her first
South Trinidad. The victim is de-|0il agreement with the govern-
tective constable Stanfield Wil-|ments of the United States and

lialy, and is selling them her oil
at 20 per cent below world mar-
ket prices, Senator Hussein Makki
said here today. Makki is Secre-
tery General of the Persian Oil
Nationalisation Board.—wU,P.

W. EUROPE CAN SUPPL}
50 DIVISIONS IN 1952
By J. J. MAHON

Two Replaced
PARIS, Aug, 25.
CAULU, Aug, 25. Western Europe can meet ite
Tibet's Chinese Communist ad-| pledge of 50 defence divisions by
ministration recalled to Lhaha}the end of 1952 and is exercising
from Kalimpong two members of|the maximum of effort to do it.

liams, 32, of San Fernando C.I.D.
Lloyd Smart, another detective
was wounded in an ineident which
occurred at 5 o’elock, Both par-
ties were armed with warrants
for the arrest of a wanted man,
and the shooting was due to an
error,



a A





















~~

ington Post one of the capital's
most trustworthy and best in-
formed reporters writes today
that four mgin points are being
studied independently by the
British and American officials:

(1)Five to ten year agree-
ments under which the United
Slates will buy commonwealth
tow materials in a limited price

the Tibetan Trade Mission to India(But not a single allied military
and replaced them with a promin-jcommander would venture to
ent businessman and Lama resi-
dent at Kalimpong. os

guess at what will happen to the
“planned” buildup over the next
two years.—U.P.

range (2) Large United States
investments in underdeveloped
areas of commonwealth (3) A
campaign to lower American
tariffs so that the Sterling
nations can inerease dollar ex-~
ports. (4) Dollar — aid with .

one object of Britain freeing the
pound.
The commonwealth conference
|v ll have to give them a go
“ad to any plan which accepts

these ideas, Tonight a spokes-
jini at the British Embassy in
W ishington said: “Any talks so

{ have been merely tentative.

None of this information came!

from Our side but it is a very ;

nelligent piece of American

thinking |
We are glad it's been put!



before the American people.”

Flying Saucers

Over San Francisco |

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25.

“ former air force B-29 me-

chanie and scientifie lecturer said |

on Monday that he saw two silver i
objects flying east over the San



Francisco airport “at terrific |
speeds”, |
Robert Gardner, 38, of San|

Francisco said that he and his |
wife both observed objects at 5.30 |
p.m. on Sunday, and he was con-
vinced that they were “not from |
the earth”, Gardner, who said pe |
was with the Air Force in the}
Pacifie during World War II, said |
that the objects looked like “cross
sections of a cone clipped off at}
hoth ends.” They were silver grey |



in colour —O.P.



Move and more.
| people ave saying ~

ww

53 Wives Join

Their Husbands

TUNIS, Aug. 25. _ |
Fifty-three wives of the deposed |

Tunisian Ministers Salah Ben}
Youssef and Mohammed Badra !
left for Cairo on Monday to join
{ the husbands. The former min- |
j iste were in France last spring!
j when the then Premier Moham-
med Chenik and his cabinet were |
hooted out of office by the French
Resident General Jean de Haute- | -
l ie. They ent into ee |
anc n fled ¢ he Middle East
U.P.







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1952



TUESDAY, AUGUST 26;







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she - ih teem * obi . been divorced and re-married. Irish nationalists. All the time} hg e
Sepia sf. Ss inicio 1e€ Week. ac ed of es © Sir Walter Monckton and Mr. he was counselling his Ministers |
Tuesday, August 26, 1952 ~ es — ae Office Peter Thorneycroft have not to be moderate anfi he later de-| From NEWELL ROGERS
. in estministar oO see

ADVOCATE





3 on
“rc coe Fr = rene been subject to this form of attack plored some of Winston Church-
nost debonair Foreign secretary from the “Church Times.” But ill’s strong hand measures. Dur-|

married to the charming niece of , dthility ; '
: & he ssit é y Ede Great W K was |
Winstop Churchill. ne possibility that Anthony Eden ing the t War the King was

NEW YORK.
THE average American’s income is now



STATIONERY



Short Sharp Shock

THE emphasis which has been given in
Barbados in recent years by the Police

Unhappily the happy néws has vill become Premier does, from a. balancing force. He never| (
Unhapr ay: the apy Hews ; . the technical point of view, put wanted to see the last of any} £565, ten per cent more than a year ago.
ot beer allowed to rest at that. jim in a different group. It is Prime Minister—he did not like}

The bride, (who hag something iways different And no one is more pleased than the women.

to explain to changes. He ‘tried to stop Lloyd| P
For today the results of a national survey

ibout her appearance reminiscent ¢oyeign visitors that the Church George from holding an election |

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x9f the Churchill countenance), f England is heade »’ the i 1ediate after th war.| bas c t

Force on prevention of crime has resulted } was photographed chatting win Sovertlinn ol altaaee pg 0 Later el. Solty ¥6' nae Lioyd| Show that women want money more than
. ° , we , oY “te a es y 4 -n, § . ‘ }
in the growth of Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs "Uncle while Anthony Eden of thé Church are appointed by George go—but thought, incor-| men. Perhaps the women made the men

eR a - —— party St = —— the queen on the adviea of her rectly, that he would soon be i hard h t {
throughaut the’ island. si ee Caeniat "The prir Prime Ministers. As the rules of back. Soon the King had to face| WOT harder to earn that extra ten per oe . ;
According to reports these clubs are J c.ue of a journal, that rarely the Church on marriage are the first Labour Prime Minister) The pollsters say that only one woman in \

ngine beneficial Pa makes the newspaper. headlines clearly as the “Church Times” coming to him with a_ Cabinet. t feels her husband should ii the last
proving beneficial to many young persons - Sdn es ent ‘S: makes them to be there would be King George V received Ramsay| ten feels her husban ou ave the las
and provide opportunities for young per- J this strain ae ae suanething inconpraniee, at least, areeels with great peerene. word in spending his pay.

. tae a ae ; aving Bis S 3 inte » His eat concern was “ o the LIN ‘
sons to equip themselves for good citizen- J | iro ennawiane “ i. pore advice at team whaen’ ioceaka right thing.” “He himself decided They found that 32 per cent. of husbands © FRENCH ae od ghrp en CHOPPER ;
ad Secretary, during the lifetime of \7. ), eat ot - ee noe 5 tet i ‘4 ¥ UTT — a
ship. a [iis wife, whom he divorced in life cannot receive the blessing that it would not be felt for the) have little or no say in how their:money |i). @ COFFEE MILLS & MINCERS in Three Sises

” arativ: » ; OF +g ass entire i . als §

Pinas ei on ce 1068, comtinl pass entirely without "1 that seems eth eek combine merely tes keep out, the goes. \ @ EGG WHISKS — ELECTROPLATED TEA STRAINERS }
offences for the year 1946—5 ublishe ey ‘eration or So 3 _ argument for changing the organ- first Labour Government, uh {
aie tettck report an sed eat eae as met h or ed Ne ta lsation of the Church—not for et ioe. conened ———— Factory workmen let their wives hold @ DRAIN RACKS ASBESTOS STOVE MATS < ¥

= ; : nas ‘ +». interfering in the political career ca a uckingham a E . . 9 a
Force shows that 60 more offences against ey ‘ave one Se ae Sear nn of Mr, Eden, The same High King came straight to the point the purse-strings more willingly than black- C.S PIT R & co Ph. 4472
it Bo Ba ae aon) Teen owt ‘i iets Church group who express views and asked about some of the Re-| ccated workers. On farms the man is lord of . ° ° )
property and persons were committed in ‘areer and such a a A in the “Church Times” might publican things the wilder Labour {

the purse. Fewer than one farm wife out
of six manages the family cash, -
Money is No. 1 cause of family rows. Not
over how much they have or why they have
so little. But over how it is to be spent.
P.S.: Rising prices forced city housewives
to spend on the average £140 more than

1951 than in 1950 although uae total offences
for 1951 is almost 100 less than in 1946.

“ is : well bring themselves to con- leaders had been saying — and
fecal os pa yr oe template some degree of “dises- why the Red Flag was sung =
that those who occupy the high- tablishment” that would end_ the the Albert Hall. After this =
sst positions in public life may strange intervention of the Gov- start King George V got on —_ er
yreak the Church’s laws without ernment in the appointment of well with his Labour Minis ers |
Bishops and also sweep away any and by the time Ramsay Mac
Donald came back in 1929 the

technical grounds for the Church KS
of England censuring statesmen. King and the Socialist were most
* understanding.

\ i Readers’ will
r
Tale Of A Modern King evidence to bear out the rather

It is significant however that whereas
offences against persons had decreased con-
siderably in 1951 the number of offences
against property that year was higher than

ambarassment or reproach.”

The leading articie in this in-
jependent organ of the “High
*hurch” section of the Church of

England ends by declaring, “The for

1ook any

in any of the years under review. world has now openly rejected The most famous remark ee ; , | their breadwinners earned.
The problem of juvenile crime therefore [the Jaw of Christ in this as _in recorded by ex-King Farouk was tow eng, Bes ede t his The average city family’s income is
} or J 7 nuch else. This fact may make the appropriate comment, several that was emphasis - y
son’s Memoirs, Edward VIII

remains a problem and any new methods of
dealing with the young offender deserve
attention by local authorities.

In the United Kingdom yesterday there
opened at Kidlington, Oxfordshire a new
type of “short, sharp shock” detention
centre, the first of its kind to be provided
under the Criminal Justice Act 1948.

marriage’ after divorce ‘respecta- years ago, “Soon there will be
yle’ in the eyes of a pagan genera- only five Kings left in the world
ion. But it does not make it one —The Kings of Hearts, Diamonds,
whit the more right.” Spades and Clubs, and the King
So, as many people feared, this of England.”
sentroversy has blown up. Other Harold Nicolson has com-
newspapers have counter-attack- pleted the task of writing the
1d sharply. While respecting the official biography of King George
sincerity of the views of the V, and his book is full of sur-
digh Churchmen the “Manchester prises, both personal and politi-
juardian” prints a tart leader cal. King George V emerges as
inder the heading “Intolerance”, a man of great personal stature,
ind the “Evening Standard” con- political sagacity, and moderating
sludes that “Divorce and re- wisdom, The book shows very
narriage cannot affect Mr. Eden’s clearly how it is that the throne

£1,535 a year.
of savings.

The £140 had to come out

certainly saw the most awkward
side of his father and the states- |
men saw the best. There is very
little indication here of the
heavy-handed father.

History has been clarified with
the description of what happened
to turn out Labour in the crisis
of 1931. It is good to see that
this was not in fact a Palace
Revolution, but a result of an
effort by a Liberal, (Sir Herbert
Samuel, now Lord Samuel) to
reach a compromise,

BACK into New York pile 6,000 holiday-
makers in scores of ships. So all holidays
for Customs inspectors have been cancelled.

GENERAL Omar Bradley, Joint Staffs
Chief, is to appear with Rosalind Russell in a
scene of a film comedy “Never Wave At A
Wac”—the U.S, Army girls. i

THE QUESTION of reviving the public



At this detention centre young offenders
will be deprived not only of liberty, but

political abilities one way oF of England endures as a political oa ,
of everything making for “a good time”. Jinother. And the public are in force of great value in'the Britit’ A good deal of fun has been| Whipping post. for youths guilty of purse-
q . ; waa no mood to penalize a man’s Commonwealth. had here at the report from| . : :
The centre has been designed as an [i jic career, because, when one As for the surprises; here are Japan that a wayside. station- snatching and assaults on women in New



varriage fajls, he finds happiness a few. King George V. personally
n another.” suggested the great visit to India
There are, indeed, some politi- for a Durbar—much to the sur-
ral fissues connected with this prise of his Ministers who thought
uestion that are worth discuss- the scheme extravagant. Thus he
ng. As articles point out there invented the custom of the Royal ctation—in the words of the song
re now three members of Mr. family touring the Common- “Qh, Mr, Porter, what shall I
‘hurchill’s Government who have wealth that is now a part of all do!”

alternative to imprisonment. It will pro-
vide treatment for youths’who have not
developed a complete anti-social attitude,
but who need to be taught that the law
cannot be defied with impunity. At the
Kidlington centre accommodation is pro-
vided for 60 boys over 14 and under 17
years of age. Courts using the centre will
in some cases be able to order up to six
months detention but the normal period
served will be ten weeks. .

master arranges classes of gymnas-
tics for passengers who have to
wait for a train. After some days of
mirth a correspondent suggested
that this would be ideal at Crewe

York streets is raised tonight by the World
Telegram. It says an unnamed “Roman Catho-
lic prelate” is all for it.

A LIVELY skirmish between “Attlee
faithfuls and Bevan hopefuls” crackles in
the New York Times Magazine’s. letter
column. It is over the kind of man Aneurin
Bevan is, and what makes him tick. Essen-
tially anti-Christian and Marxist, says
Earle A. Newman, Not anti-Christian at all,
replies J. E. Jones. His quarrel is with the
“machinery of Christianity used by the rul-
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‘Great Expectations,” “The Mudlark,” and
Quo Vadis”? Right now he is the busiest

hrough Congresseranged over his
55. years of publi¢ service.

But there was little terrible
about Senator Thomas Terry Con-

peace contract. tailor

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to resist aggression.’
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Rank means little to Terrible
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Early morning physical training will
begin the day at the centre. followed by

“On January 3, when Congress
dies, I die with it,

domestic tasks, school for boys under 15,
and work and necessary activities. In the
evening there will be more physical train-
ing gymnastic instruction and education

ally, most testy man in American
polities—chairman, of the Senate
foreign Relations Committee—
who is retiring ip five months,

The worries’ are already slip-

_Not literally, young man, not “I think in Spain I shall talk actor in the movies.
literally, but I can’t talk about with Mr. Franco, about NATO and/|
what I'll do.” co-operation. We are negotiating
i " : for military and naval bases there.
Three times the Senator light- ath Ae ‘ ,
ed’. hia. Neeagar’’- and: brushed Spain is a part of Europe’s secu-

fallen hairs coming from his white iy

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on Moscow’s black list; 3. books by Soviet

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studies. mane, Did, the Senator ever say Britain
should not interfere in the ques-
tion of American bases in Spain?

Certainly not. If I did I didnt

“Seegars is a pleasure I share
with your Prime Minister, Having



Boys under 15 will receive full time

Junch with him at Chartwell. : exiles; 4. i ary, .
compulsory education and those over 15 “Funny thing,’ he said in his Never been there before. Been to, ean it. var sete aig os ee _ These are the colours:
will have to attend evening classes. London hotel, “I had a notion Chequers, though, ‘Kinda Interfered’ WEY torn tence Oho =

ston Churchill.

OFF to active service march 2,000 armchair
air force officers — food service, personal
affairs, postal, athletic, historical and public
relations officers. It is the air force answer
to Congress complaints of manpower waste.

KING FEISAL of Iraq, on a visit to
America, has given £1,000 towards the
building of a new £700,000 mosque in Wash-
ington. Today he inspected the naval
academy at Annapolis before flying to
Detroit, the car capital.

A RED-HEADED man and a red-headed
woman in a green car crashed through two
police barricades in the mountains of Utah
and started a manhunt tonight.

For the man is 42-year-old William Merle
Martin, top on the list of killers wanted by
the G-men. He killed a Kansas City deputy
sheriff in a gun fight and stole the car to

ynce to be a newspaper man. Up
it college | worked for a month
mn a local paper. They decided
they could get along without me,
i decided I could get along with-
mut them, That’s how I came
o take up law.”

His First Vote
Terrible Tawm has roused the
inger and admiration alike of
Americans. His first vote was in
9.7--for war against Germany.

Formative social training will also be
given and particular attention will be paid
to the inculeation of personal standards
of cleanliness, obedience and good manners.

Arrangements are also being made for
the opening of a senior centre next year
to accommodate, boys between 17 and 21

How far Barbados would benefit from
similar detention centres is a matter 0!
opinion, but the idea of “short, sharp
shock” centres to deter the young offender
from a life of crime seems eminently suit-
able in any community.

“Retirement for me is sure and
ni ’ ’ “I shan’t go to Rome, though I've
certain, I’m 75, But I'll be around , great regard for that chap

; : ar ae
atin ta oon — _ Caesar. Used to read him in Latin

= ay z Skee one time—but hell, I spent so
aw ee ~ 1740, but I’ve still much time finding ‘out what the
ri . words meant it kinda interfered

By Car

with the meaning.”

He is now’ going to Scotland,
travelling down slowly by car to
view Lakeland, York Minster, «Guess it will. But I can’t make

a the Sees before going to any forecasts of thé result. I think
ena it will be a very close thing.
There the real business starts. “Must be getting alorig, son,”
He will see American ambassa- he wound up. “Mrs. Connally
dors, Ministers and Services top doesn’t like being kept waiting.
men in Switzerland. Germany, It’s been a long life in politics,
France, Belgium, Austria, Hol- but you've got to stop some time.
land, and Spain. —L.E.S.

BLACK
NAVY
GREY
FAWN
BROWN

fa) Da Costa
= & Co., Ltd.

Would it be Strange not con-
testing an election this year?

4yPightin’ and feudin’ against
isolatiwaism after the first war
was tough, I supported Wilson and
he establishment of the League
of Nations.

“I helped Lease-Lend through
Congress, the Marshall plan,

—+— — ————$_



5 e
Our Readers Say:
e
tions of Employers, may. well be island, “Well done for a magni-

regarded as an open conspiracy ficent job,” for I am sure that no
against the consumer, They can ‘one can lay any blame on them

Sugar

JUST over a week ago 4,000 tons of
bulk raw sugar from Jamaica were off-

1 New Name for Capitalism
loaded at the Liverpool docks. Within the ee Pp

ro the Editor, the Advocate,



next year ‘Liverpool expects to off-load SIR,—Kindly grant me space to arrange hours, wage scales, and for the small fillies in the creole
: ‘ : say I was glad to see the letter S77anse ows Ny pea for the bad! escape.
some 300,000 to sug. say vas vq etter prices to suit themselves and classes, nor even for e \ :
e tons of sugar shipped in bulk. rom Mr. G. F, Sharp in Thursday's iaens the publie anything they starting in the farcial G class A policeman at Tonopah, Nevada, mistook |!
Plans are already being made to deliver | Advocate’ on the subject, a8 jike in reason, They are the faces. That also goes for the) , Qa, ¢, Martin’ d fi
the sugar from the bulk ship by mechani- |above, which I introduced. In Jodern monopolists.” starter whose patience I am sure or artin’s and opened fire. He

fact, I am always glad to see con-
tributions from him, he usually
has some substantial ideas to offer
on practical issues.

was taxed to the utmost.

wounded Mrs. Delia Hill and her daughter

cal means to a sugar warehouse near the Patsy, aged 13

quay,

That is a real danger and it has sk
to be guarded against, as monopo- If any. criticisms are to be made,
lies by big trusts in the U.S.A. I feel that they should be made

. His quotations from a calling for controlling legislation, along these Linas viz: the dping * * *

ince the quantity of sugar expected to | weighty sources concerning € showed,..But is there no real away with the five and a ha :
be off-load Pies Li a 1 ’ iwc 'the decline and death of the old con- power in the public spirit and the furlong gates and erecting in its THE men oe the factory assembly line
ne off-loaded at Liverpool during the next | ceptions of Socialism: as ‘the Christian conscience? These place, a five furlong which would} and the men in the coal pits are: restless.

12 months exceeds by much more than | nationalisation of production, dis~ should be earnestly cultivated. — give ample room to start about



twice the export-quota which Barbados
is allotted under the bulk-purchasing
agreement between the Ministry of Food
and the West Indian Sugar Producers’ Asso
ciation the possible effect of bulk-shipment
on the final price to be received for Barba-
dian sugar is of compelling interest.

Because advantages which it is hoped will
be gained from the shipment of bulk sugar
include the quicker turn-round of ships,
better storage facilities and a reduction in
costs.

If Barbadian sugar continues not to be
shipped in bulk When other sugar pro-
ducing countries have switched to this
method of transportation for the reasons
enumerated above, one of two things must
happen. Kither the producer and work-
ers in the sugar industry will receive a
diminishing portion of the agreed sugar
price as handling costs increase or a dimin-
ution of the quota allowed to Barbados

will be necessary to offset the higher
charges of non-bulk-shipped sugar. The
experience of the néxt 12 months ought to

be decisive,

} main €
| method of securing goodwill be-

ital

tribution and exchange’ were
very interesting, and stimulating
‘o one’s reflections on the sub-
ject.

But I am sorry he did not deal
directly and seriously with my
proposition—that the best

Capital and Labour and
“ficiency in Industry, is by
wranging for represertatives, of
the rank and file workers to have
\ place on the Board of Directors
of a business and share in its

tween

| management, even. to the point of

the distribution of the profits—or
losses, if they occur,

I should like to add here that
they should be allowed, assisted,
to secure a few shares in the Cap-
of the undertaking, if any
way possible.

That, I submit, is the point we
should give earnest attention to

‘in Barbados as is being done with

much advantage otherwhere, and
if cordially adopted it seems clear
that many benefits would accrue
~some of which I specified in my

| second article.



There was, however, one para-
graph in Mr. Sharp's letter which
bears closely on the situation; I

| will venture to quote it:

|

Intelligently

i Tra

run and well-or-
Unions produ-
boration with well

nised and 1anaged Federa

of
}

One other point. IT wish to quote twenty to twenty-five
a weighty statement from Lord properly:
Lyle’s speech at the recent annual
meeting of the West Indian Sugar
Co, on May 2\st. I forgot to include
it in my articles,

The only regrettable incident
which I can remember is the fol-

: Trafalgar handicap when Jockey
‘For my part, Tremain convinced Joseph fell off Colleton and sus-
that with co-operation between tained an injury to his right leg

employers and employed, aided by and I must compliment the Club

sound and efficient government for the ample way in which they
Jamaica can progress, aren Ph looking after him. And to you
a fuller file for her people. Mr. Joseph, the racin ublic
FRANCIS GODSON Barbados is in deep Guicelen aie
are looking forward to seeing vou
straddle many more winners both
here

Mid-Summer Races

and in your homeland, in
To the Editor, the Advocate, the not too distant future,
SIR, —The Mid-Summer race
meeting of the Barbados Turf RACEGOER.

Club which was a record break-
ing one, will live in the memories
of the racing fraternity for quite f
a while. Not only on_geount of To the Editor, the Advocate,
the record of the 2s. Big Sweep,
but from every sphere in racing.

Although I have heard repeat-
edly, criticism against those who
run racing in Barbados, because
they don’t own horses (and such
criticism is rife at this ‘particular

Class Distinctions

too desirous of maintaining class
distinctions in our little island.
It is the difference which exists
between the so called classes
which brings discontent and dis-
satisfaction. not so much the gov-
ernment’s policy.








time) I would like to say that i

anyone looking on at any gamé If Mr. C. B. Rock the writer of
can see the mistakes the actual Middle Class in Friday’s issue
player is making and generally would meditate and contemplate
an give a word of advice, .that is, on LOVE, he would rejoice ean
if the player will accept it, and the be s of other people ‘the |
put it into practice advar of th island os a

I, therefore, say » those gen- whole forget about classes
vhi in racir th

CHRISTIAN,

horses

lowing. namely, the spill in the

SIR,—I think that people are

They want more money—and other things.
What makes them unhappy?
j Their friends in the steel mills have got |
handsome rises. ' |
Now union chief John L. Lewis orders his!
475,000 United Mineworkers to stop digging’
coal for a week and mourn miners “killed,
in this savage industry.” |



It is Lewis’s unchallenged legal right tc!
order the stoppage under his contract with |
the mineowners. But it coincides with the
opening of negotiations between them for a
new labour contract. ;

IN industry after industry wage talks go!
on between more than 400 companies and,
their workpeople. .

Wage increase demands are moderate— |
from 5d. to 1s. an hour. But the workers also!
ask for such things as: election day off with |
pay; birthdays off with pay; a birthday
bonus of 10 to 15 dollars (£3 10s. to £5 5s.)

| and retirement pay of 125 dollars (£44 10s.)
| a month.





TWENTY-NINE women are. running fer
Congress. They could set a record. Never |

have more than 11 women been élected at |
' one time.



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TUESDAY, AUGUST 26,

1952

Falsification Case Resumed

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

“Maasdam” Will Make
Caribbean Cruise In 1953



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PAGE FIVE

100 Homeless

After Blaze

JUDGE’S DECISION Aly Files to Rita chapters O din KL. en >< ane
EXPECTED TODAY . the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, told a: Press ricn 24S {GENERAL ee ee GRENADA, aug. 25
} iA; g é er oO be, é ress rivse Class Honours—Hue, L. & alee’ incall neal

~~~ "PHE case in which Keith

Squires, a 26-year-old clerk,

Conference at the Legislative Council Chamber yesterday
that the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce has char-

Magnus, K. E.;
Vickers, D, O.

Second Class Honours

MeMorris, T. C.:

His Sir Charles

Woolley will open the Ruimveld

Excellency

A fire early
destroyed

Sunday morning
five houses including

ion a worker tenemé@nt leaving about
‘ : : - Ber- Degantinit Centre, which com- 4° ao
tered the S.S. Maasdam to make a Caribbean cruise with ,.. a er ac a pe are, ' 100 homeless, nearly half of
i i j i over 400 tourists next year. The ship is due in Barbados Soros ri in ete: prises nine buildings and costs them children. Starting in a
is arraigned for falsification of accounts on or about August ” : S HEXt years ship ” AS tam RM Whitten about half a million dollars, and furniture shop owned by — Joe
31, last year, resumed at the Court of Grand Sessions yes- on January 15, 1953: cee AM unt nt WEY Nouse 190 families from the Pitt on. Hughes Street iy spread
terday bef Mr. Justi y . Mr. Maxwell's mission is to make advance arrange- eee ae ss - Deane, Albuoystown slum area to the tenement and other houses.
erday ore . Justice J. W. B. Chenery. It has been me ie : sae Pass—Bailey, R. H. A.; Drakes, hous:
adjourned until to-day = ments for the cruise in the ports comprising the itinerary. J, C. L.; Morgan, G. W. F: Omar- Pesta “ahead with ike aaa ne ee = the ae ae
" ‘ He said that they had become from three to six months. de " a Rprdihviioe i Sah an etic on Tyrre reet occupied by J.
«&, “The Attorney General, Hon C. Wylie, who with Mr. ade eclnethes ahuck ta Mae” heed Sad Mr. ilateate EXAMINATION clearance pis BD ag rene to R. Davis, Cable ant Wireless ‘
F. E Field, is prosecuting for the Crown, said that the opment of passenger traffic within John Battle, Governor of Virgi- IN SCIENCE pene we ee a od own, employee.
Prosecution ‘will call more witnesses the ports of Hampton Roads, nia, and his wife will be making Ajj, E.; Archer. L. deV : East: n, “overnment has already begun Relief Centres were organised
¢ , pment » tha onibiel oS ate aaa Fal, Rng FREE : A. »» BastMan, preparation of land in La Peni- and a ublic fund launched
% S which as they knew was on the the cruise. They were all inter- Y. E.; Holness, F. A.; Isaacs. I. A ee Py Pr r oe a Pp c
His Lor said that he will drawn to some extent and he was Atlantic Coast and the Head- ested in seeing the place where , tence for tne layout of the-half a
rule this morning as to whether not too happy about it. He rang

the case is strong enough to go up Squires at the end of the

quarters of the U.S. Navy.

George Washington stayed when



Lam, I. R.; Maynier, H. M.; New



nillion dollars Housing Scheme to

headed by the Governor.



man, D. G.; Small, K. A.; Will 8; " ‘ ‘a { : j
Cargo Traffic he was here. JA; Yap Sam, J. C.; Young, $C ean re 100 families in

to the jury. month and asked him if he had They were enjoying a flourish. Mr. Maxwell leaves to-day for J. , Bee Le at memo aga yy : ok

Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated a fair number of cartons, and ing cargo traffic, but they had Caracas, SECOND EXAMINATION FOr No definite date has been oe Buckler
with Mr. F; G. Smith are counsel Squires told him he had. He found it necessary to increase the . oor AL DEGREES _ for the transfer of residents of t ae T; ed
for Squires. instructed Squires not to make passenger traffic and so about two Vial a utehmnan ‘S 3. Pleo Di M alien t ° Dx a ec aire ransferr :

He_is charged with having on any more orders for any; but de- years ago a group of businessmen | fa an M ry Netice Ratan, PN: Read “N. | Seaa- Las Gein Senta ta
or about August 31, 1951, while he spite that, bills were still coming known as the Twenty-first Street ~ * wy Ne tice xe RO! ‘tong s F “a Lut meanwhile Government is To Malaya
was a clerk or servant of D, Vv, for some which were ordered, He Businessmen Association came

Scott & Co, Ltd., with intent to
defraud made or concurred in
making a false entry in a book
belonging to, or in the possession

enquired about it and he believed
that it was from that the letter
arose.

Deficiency

forward with the idea of charter-

ing a ship and taking a cruise.
hey convinced the Holland

America Line and last year they

World Opinion On
Reece Relations

Weatherhead, R. J.; Burke, L. M.:
Clark, B. M.; Clarke, H, D.; Forbes
R. L; Minott, O. D. O.; Mitchell
D. B.; Rodgers, P. E. B

carrying out negotiations for the
purchase of two blocks of *build-
ings in this slum area from which
the families will be removed,

MR. B. C. BUCKLER, British
Council Representative in British

. ai ; Guiana has been transferred to
The buildings in these two blocks
é The following candidates have - a Malaya, and will leave the Colony
chartered the New Amste hile a ‘ aod . vill be pulled down, one block will = s
of D, V. Scott, his employer, The deficiency was close to for a cruise that covered the cae LONDON, Aug. 25. — been referred in Pharmacology about the middle of September for
purporting to show that on Au- 7,000 gallons.

gust 31, rum vats 1, 2, and 3, the

Cross-examined, he said that he



of La Guaira, Venezuela, Curacao
and Jamaica.

It is believed that South African
Premier Dr. Malan

Bannister, L. B.; Been, T. E

Boland, F. N.; Browne, Y.

be used for residential houses, and
the other, in keeping with the

the United Kingdom. Mr. Buckler

may take B Li r M. E.: Greater Georgetown Plan, will be @"Tived in British Guiana in
property of D. V. Scott and Co. believed that from the figures PRINCE Aly ‘Khan thlks mto a In January tis year they had noe of India’s efforts to mobilise ees G, a - sore, 0% utilised for industrial concern. ee. fg ony will thus my?
Ltd., at Cheapside, Bridgetown, shown to him, Squires had pre- microphone held by a newsman Chartered the S.S. Ryndam, Saas sedate 7 ee. ae Mitchell, M. E.; Standard, K. Lx Soe < : ill Socket ~ His aba” will be
contained respectively 2,796, sented the correct stock which as he arrives at Los Angeles In- another Holland-American ship Gay's News Chrosigie. ” °” -Theobalds, N.C’ M.; Box, D, V.M.. , The Legislative Council will Colony. His successor a :
1,380 and 2,820 proof wine gal- should have been at Cheapside. ternational Airport, for a visit @%d had made a thirteen days ““}y,/ alearan the Indian Gov- Christian, D. E. thortly be asked to are er hioht announced at the end of August.
lons. It was possible to think of rum with his estranged wife, actress ‘tip to Colombia, Panama, Cuba ernment’s decision to bring “the FIRST EXAMINATION FOR ‘Stimate of about another ha
Order for Rum in casks in terms of rum in vats. Rita Hayworth, and their duugn- 924 Nassau.

Mr. Gladstone Jones qa Clerk
ef D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd., said that
Squires would usually get an
order from Mr. D. V. Scott © or

He was not blaming Squires for
the loss in any way. From the let-
ter Squires wrote, he gathered
that he was in a bewildered




ter, Yasmin. The Prince, loa‘iec
down with packages of toys

the youngster, refused to d ss



In each case they had tried to
do three things (1) Give the pas-
Sengers a sightseeing tour ashore,
(2) Receive and return any offi-

question of race relations in Soutn
Africa before the United Nations”
this liberal paper said editorially.
“The biggotry of part of the white

MEDICAL DEGREES
The following candidates have
passed the whole examination
Alleyne, G. A. O Antrobus

million dollars for the construction
cf four more flats of similar size
for the housing of smaller families,

At La Penitence where the 100

It has not yet been determined
how Government will dispose of
these cottages, whether they will
be sold outright, but indications

' aires re that they will be sold to
ie 5 : A.C. K.; Bethel. C. W. M.; Clarke, cottages will be erected is already ®re 3 : =a

r ‘ the possibility of a reconciliation. + a re od , South African population on the x oo. on Sd inc : nein ae ‘eparati - tenants on a rental hire purchase
himself to ship rum when rum State of mind and afraid. setapedt sa ele ate = Sepechinity ter oy aa Ib isi. Wuestion of colour is not answer- ion Ww Ty bao We Dik % a tee Pe basis, The money for construction
was to be shipped. Between the The Attorney General said he ntuane, 45. raeer™ barnttbatias able to reason, and the current Munroe J. R. S.: Reece, N. B.W hatdene ‘A ctual construction of of these buildings has already
Periiies ea erie etre: Wanted permission to ametid: the B t O aboard and discuss any business P#ssive disobedience campaign “phe foliowing candidates hav» these buildings will start later been approved by the Legislative
Squires was given an order for indictment by deleting the word, oa whers possibilities , "modelled on Gandhi's tactics in been referred in the subjects as this year. Council.
the shipment of rum. Later in “stock” which said which kind of : India is not likely to sueceed wheve shown: .
September he called on him to book the falsification was made R L Ports Of Call reason fails. “It is hard to say “ Munroe, BE. G. (biology); Rag-
enquire about the order and in. epay oans This cruise at present being what could move South Africa’s beer, M. S. (biology); Sylveste
Squires told him that he was Mr. Barrow said that permis- present leaders to a more toler- ;

working on it.
The ship that would take it was
to leave towards the end of Sep-

i 5 ve ‘ opinion, haps Dr. Malan might ination by passing in the sub- al
boat-owners, against loans. This au Prince, Haiti, La Guaira, 0P!0M, Per * amination by p g
tember. .On the last. Friday in ever since that there was evi- makes a total of $48,836.05 re- Venezuela. The ‘entire group Pave some regard to aie ject or subjects shown against their ¢
September, he discovered that dence that the book in question paid to dafe. The outstanding would then be taken overland to ut we m, J (physics, biology)
ooeree did not be up for work was not a stock book. balance to the end of July is oe The ane wee ene I t Adj. d cone a ¥ Sete’ : a
an e€ went to the Company’s ; x ‘s ._ $42,191.10. arbados an e next Fort de J7p ues ourie Pe atte lology):. eo
Ss : ‘ . C K, E. (phvsies, biology); Line
compartment Sp Chespside to eo antes “ae teen Atiooee eaeeye Collected foe. bad the Bis tee ee Th q J a3 (biology }; March, T. O BLUE - FLAME
whether he had left the Customs Genaral ‘has sane application for month amounted to $29.56 © this alin would be dh SS Mas A iS The inquest touching the (physics); Melbourne, R. A, (phy-
peg sc there for the shipment the-arientinant of ie dndictantt ae Sota Samer in in- The trip ite said hed eae ok aateh of Arnold Hope a labourer gics, biology); Shilletto, M. D
of rum. Set erest paid in to date. : a rt, ospect, St. James was yes~ hysics); Thwaites, R. E. D
He did not find a warrant but a eee - ‘he ae _ Pot fish and Snapper fish- i ped an of view terday adjourned sine die by His tee biology).
he noticed a rubber band v ‘ich *Stoc efore book, an ™ ing got off to an early start, and >} thaaa’, ats td ahah enough Worship Mr. &. McLeod {NTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION
he showed to Mr. Thorpe, the Barrow has objected to the many useful catches from large titer ‘of 4 bv Nate Baan appe- Police Coroner of District “A”. IN ARTS
Officer in charge of the Bond, ®mendment. After giving the pots were rec“rded. cases’ when their leave Tany Hope was taken to the Gen- Chin, J. Mj Clarke, P. A. D
and to Mr. D. V. Scott. matter the most careful consider “During the latter part of on cir leave came eral Hospital on

Letter Recéived

On. the first Monday in Septem-
ber, which was a Bank Holiday,
he received a letter from Squires.
The following morning about 7.15
Squires came to him and he told
him he had: better tell Mr. Scott
everything.

He went down to the bond to
check the stock, and it was dis-
covered that all of the vats were
empty.

Squires had never complained
to him about losses at the bond,
but in the letter it was stated that
he had to change a whole staff
oh ‘one occasion because of petty
stealing, and that the rubber
bands found in his desk were
bands he had taken away from a
woman who worked there, and
whom he had dismissed.

He did not expect any clerk
to make entries in a book he had
seen at the bond in the compan~
ies’ compartments, in which cer-
tain entries were made.

Cross Examined
Cross-examined, he said that
the book seemed tg him to be a
memorandum which Squires kept
for his own use, He did not know
Squires’ handwriting.

When he received the letter
from Squires, he took it to be an
explanation of shortages of bot-

tives, and perhaps not even then,
things could not be remedied.
He ‘ ~ that the letter
Squires wrote arcse out of the
fact that he (Mr. Scott) was wo--
ried peout eartons and money
paid for béttling rum which was
done by outside contract, He rath-
er felt that money had been over-

i 2 nd , tee | | IN
h id that he would caught fire and disintegrated in a ers of the ‘Advocate’ and cards can
tles and screw caps. = ae thi sip hog m few minutes. Colonel Arthur = be of any size or shape. iet | | S
D. V. Scott & Co, Ltd. kept o make a ruling this & ; be! 1
i De Bolt was identified by the Air Cards b 5
regauging and retesting instru- Force as the pilot of the F-86D. S ar’ i can ar made py oe, Sane % |
ments at the bond. It was not * : id it is conduct- —painting, rawing, photographic, Yas. | 1
Squires’ duty to regauge and re- ‘Jenkins Roberts’ Tro A rors stig, '* °° os I ete, . Nar rm, WORLD
we ‘ ‘ , Both planes were based at Eglin A: competit t te Jasmin oo. sisi ee ee eres i i
Re-examined, he said that he : be ' ‘ petitor can enter any num- ‘oe, Sous le Vent . 46.00 15.00
took the whole letter, including Brings Lumber 1 Florida Air Force base. . 4 ae ee, but all cards must be be Vers as ieee 0° 46.00 15.08 FAME
the part in which Squires wrote . THE Motor Vessel Jenkins SSS original work, shamps i wees . .
i ‘ re Fol, Arome ........... 35.00 10.00
that when he ‘saw him he would poperts arrived over the week- 3 Preference will be given to cards Ki | oo erauhlie 35.00 10.00 PERFUME
aid not do tf all Gia te pie t0 oe coe eens _ eat NEW | with a Barbadian or West Indian Web) SIM hatin he) Statens 20,00 10.00
vd ’ feet df lumber which she began 1 Ss 30.00 10.00
the shortages of bottles and unloading 307 eeraay._ She also FROM BOOTS 2 ag a to Ree oe : a sore Sesvenis ge +540 a
Cte WsCADS. ., brought 130 cartons of tomatoes e judging will be done by a in Cuir de Russie .... 30.00 10.00 :
Mr. Donald V. Scott, Managing and 20 cartons of pineapples, re: Beceem Few: judging committee which will in- i MVAMAR of ek ves reds 30.00 ©. 10.00 | BUY NOW
Director of D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd, Jenkins Roberts, which is der Antacid — Absor| clude the Editor. Their decision will f Coque D'or .. 20.00 8.06
said that his firm bottled rum for under the command of Capt Fer-|))) For indigestion, corrects = : 6 | ont Deeabicr ..... 17.00 6.00 FOR
export at the Cheapside Rum gisenn, is consigned to Messrs. Acidity, _yolbaven pole and 2 be final. te Rae 17.00 6.00
‘Bond. Squires was employed by A. E, Harris, A discomfo emoves Toxic lone wi s: First— br Bicksits 17.00 6.00
his firm about the middle of 1949, | Three other intercolonial ves-|}} Ferments and restores ap- sS Prizes will be as foilows : First : Ki Quand Vient Lété ; XMAS
is brought th $40.00; Second—$20.00; Third—$10.00; i TD
and had been in charge of the sels. brought cargo over the|{¥ petite. ay a ioe’ of” 86.00 G KNIGHTS LTD. aaa
Company’s compartment at Te hey ee Wal see teas also z an \ two consolation prizes of $5. = | PRES I
Boots Yeast Tablets gr. each. i :
Cheapside. of copra, 135 bags of charcoal, 26 in a of 25. - ‘ ; : ter. | Phoenix Pharmacy.
Book for Notes . on ‘ = A selection of the cards will be dis- Gi
‘ bags of cocoanuts, 210 packages This shipment is now sold M Vr ———
Seehuaas. ele ones an io 9 at i/- 3d per Bottle Ss played at the ‘Advocate’ Stationery “= = SS ;
‘0 c 4‘ and 193 sts f St. Lucia, « z 5 ve.
for neferonce purposes, es (2 " a ae a - Yeast is Life” = “7 7 at psoas edema aa S
wires had on more than one 8 undre an wenty~ e closing date for the competi- : =
oce ‘complained of maleaiiis ee. es se Ph E tion is 4.00 p.m. on October 31st; but z A Mother of 3
rum. ‘The Police were informed, a . : sompetitors can start sending in their 4
but they thought at the time that eres She St, Lucia, She > ecae Saoee 8 a4
unless they hired private detec+ 4!So had in her hatches 17 pack- S °

sion could only be given if the
indictment was a defective indict-
ment. The Prosecution had known

ation, I feel I am fortified both
by principle and authority in al-
lowing the amendment and delet-
ing the word.

Quotation

“I must say this, and I quote
the words of Mr, Justice Hum-
phreys in a case of Criminal Ap-
peal Reports of 1950 where he
said, “We think it desirable to
point out that the responsibility
for the correctness of an. indict-
ment lies in every case upon
Counsel for the Prosecution, and
not upon the Court. No Counsel
should open a criminal case with-
out having _ satisfied himself
upon that point. If in his opinion
the indictment needs amend-
ments, the necessary application
should be made before the ac-
cused are arraigned, and not,
as in this case, after all the evi-
dence for the Prosecution has
been called. They may well be
amendments which would be
properly made ft the commence-
ment of a triaf! which would he
oppressive and embarrassing to
the Counsel if made at the close
of the case for the Prosecution.”

Mr. Barrow said that the case
was not strong enough to go to
the jury.

The Attorney General said that
there was sufficient evidence to
send the case to the jury.





ages Of fresh fruit, 20 bags of
cocoanuts, four cords of firewood
and 256 ts,

The other vessel to call here
was the Schooner Rainbow M.
She brought 156 cylinders
gas, ten cartons of bitters, one
crate of yeast, 40 empty rum
casks, 934 bags of cocoanuts and
one package of fresh fruit,

of

and 152 bunches of fresh

During the month of July
a sum of $2,331.67 was repaid by

the month four more keels were
laid, making a total of nineteen
boats now under construction.
Lumber is expected shortly from
British Honduras and _ British
Guiana with which it will be
able to complete this programme
of boat replacements.

e
US. Jet Fighter
Shoots Down B17
: e
Accidentally
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25,

A rocket firing Sabre jet fighter
with radar gun sight accidentally
shot down a B-17 with eight men
aboard over the Gulf of Mexico
on Monday the Air Force
announced.

The Air Force said four para-
chutes were seen to open from the
B-17. Rescue planes found one
survivor. Crash boats sped to the
scene 50 miles south of Panama
City, Florida.

The B-17 was acting as director
of a radio controlled B-17 “drone”
an unmanned target plane which
was to have been a target for the
jet fighter.

The F-86D seeks its target by
radar and fires rockets automatic-
ally when in range. The B-17





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arranged was scheduled to bring
them to Barbados on January 15.
The ports of call would be Port

around again they went back to
any of the places which they had
visited on the cruise and at Which
they liked to spend anything

ant frame of mind.” If India can
succeed in mobilising world



] August 22 suf-
fering from wounds on his body
and died thera on August 24. Dr
K. B, Simon performed the post
mortem examination,

Cc, A. O, (chemistry).
The following Higher School
candidates have completed the ex



Evans-Smith, S. M.; George, M
A.; Osborne, C.; Robinson, M. C
Theobalds, V. E.; Tull, B, V.

(The Students whose names are
in italics are from Barbados)

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE 4 TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1952
Sa RN EN RN AR se arem
ERSO | ~ | : r r) r
G LA S S I F I E D AD S S| |'How Big Was SHIPPIVIG NOTICES | 500s sa 1 us.
|
sie, Puls se Meee wanes cae SE A AND AIR ; aes = FREIGHTER COLLIDE
TELEPHONE 2508 HARPER (nee JONES) as 1 do not hold | Farouk Ss ZEALAND LJ LIMITED. | co 2
elf responsible for her or anyone| ; (MAN Z LENE) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 22.
——————<=<<«« Telse contracting any debt or debts in| The M/V “MONEKA” will edish ship S.S, ‘Stratus’
f The Sw ip S.S.
| FOR SALE m nam iniess by written order | FIC t eo | s.s. “GLO ” t= scheduled to accept C. and for and Uni States ighter
y Simed by me | } fi | sal fr Bist, Deminica, Antigua, Montserrat, ; ; :
- _ THANKS OLIVER HARPER, ‘oritune é sail trom Port Pirie May 3ist, Devonport | Deminice, Anite sale Mor. %|S.S. a oo collided deo
FORDE—Through this medium we beg | , > Ee June 24th, Brisbane July Sth, arriving at} @ day 25th inst. darkness, seven miles from the
to thank all those who in wa nee in Carli ALEXANDRIA, A 4 Barbados about August 6th. California coast, but the ‘Stratus
Ccapativised with us in (our) the be 26.8.52—2n rlisle Bay » Aug. 14. ws The M/V “CARIBBEE” will diged that th Saas tae
Seonee ar one’ dear Father Mr AUTOMOTIVE Oe ae eee aa Sch. May Olive, Sch. Emeline, Sch How big was Farouk’s for- - Sete to aimee cones OO : cecept Cargo and Passengers for ree e ee
James, “Alban Forde late of Beckles CAR—One (1) Four seater Standard 6 giving ek fea ee vor ANITA Davide en anes ‘oe = See ee eee ee pene ae Novis and si Kits, Sailing Friday
cin aievks (wife), Brandford; (Fitz |#-P. tourer in good working order. App! CHANDLER inee MINGS) as I do not! Laudalpha, Sch. Rosarene, mee shaba, former _Minister of Jus-| Cargo accepted on through Bills of hie. . e ° The Swedish vessel reported
Lilian, Forde red, Hilda, Eileen (daughters) a ee ee ca as ee warts puanking Roberts, M.V. Lady Joy.|Finange Minister, | appointed Betis ane naeemere: wee Windward B.W.L SCHOONER OWNEES Los. les to Coos Bay, Oregon,
; ______— 88-521 | “CAR—One (1) 8 H.P. Standard Motor} signed By me, : ; ARRIVALS custodians of Farouk’s property,| 50. gurtner particulars apply— ASSOCIATION (IN had a large hole in her port side
nee atone Car in good condition. Phone 2382, 4334 LIONEL CHANDLER, Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons,|°T@ New trying to evaluate. Seis. ite. 000 and was taking water in the en-
IN MEMORIAM te ee, . | Sart: Selby. from’ St. Lucia, Agents:| Besides the four official pal- ete a @ CO. LED., Comsignee . gine room. The ‘Stratus’ said
CARS—Prefect Ford late 1980 very good 26.8.52—2n|" ss Athelbrook, $08 teak Capt coox, |20¢8 two in Cairo and two in and | that some of the ship’s crew took
condition, also one Austin A-70 1951 very | — —— from Trinidad, Agents: o*.! Alexandria, Farouk owned eight to the lifeboats, but they remain-
“ » Agents: Messrs. Jason ed elg DA COSTA & CO., LED., 200000006599955905S5569S>
KING—In loving memory of our dear | £004 Condition too, both cars going vers The public are hereby wamen seuinst Jones & Co. Ltd. others between the Western ed alongside the ship. Other
son atid brother Howard King who|fessonsble. Dial $6351. | J giving Gxealt te ONEELID as 1 do not | Leue Biographer, 4.073 tons. Capt.|Desert and Assuan. Their value members of the crew stayed
» . 8th August 5 iRE 5 ngster, ; Bos aoe s ssuan, .
os this life on the 25th Aug ree Pes ———-- |} hold myself responsible for her or anyone | DaCosta & Co “6 gas Agents Messrs lis estimated at £ 10.000,000 aboard. The Stratus’, which was
Gone from-us but leaving memori MOTOR CYCLE — Bantam B.S.A. 1% ]else contracting any debt or debts in my | M.V, Jenkins Roberts, 204 tons, Capt eS 7 damaged in the bow above the
Death can never take away | cose No reasonable offer eis cog unless by a written order signed | Fergusson, from St. Chcia, Agents Considering himself sicenmetias Ss a 21) water line in the collision, said
Memories that will always linger | U2 meen ot CLIFTON GREAVES ee ae viikesbca ac timed. ie wae : —oe— that the ‘Coos Bay’ crewmen re-
Whilst upon the cath we , eee arin pee ean ena . eae deeb S.S. Colombie, 7,381 tons, Capt, |0f the Pharoahs, Farouk, the king p : 5 aS S—— f to e a the Swed
Ever “be tremnnbercd © | SORNES & tn “Crueke with suates Se ee ter goes from Jamaica, Agents: Messrs. |who had 40 cooks and 20 assist- en pet fused Ped are board
Family, The Abbes, Christ | fick-Upe, ‘Twe and Pour Door Minors 26.8.52-2n| “'s'S. “‘Sunmont, 4,303 tons, Capt, {49+ Cooks claimed part of the CANADIAN SERVICE a
oT iets tends s Oxfords. All from stock now. atone Moseley-Clarke, Zeoey,” Printena’” Aces antiquities discovered Part of
SHEPPARD——Faith EF. Mo iM Inf | 7 tele Sole Royal Gener Ltd.} The mublie are hereby a = Plantations Ltd. eet ag Tutamkhamen’s treasures par- From Montreal, Halifax and St. John
and never fading memory of my « clephone 4004- | tnee WRANGIS) as 3 do hot hpld irsell Lene writen facie, me, Cart. Hetbert, | Houlart ld and jeweller as oe
mother who fell asleep on the 26t aaah eee = S) as 3 sell | from British Guiana, Agents: Plantations | ‘!' rly gold and jewellery, was Expeeted Arrival
om t. USED CARS—Available from stock: a] responsible for her or anyone else con- | Lid d di oh :
August, 1950. ; nie dey Gee debts i e iscovered in one of his palaces. Montreal Halifax St. John Dates
In silence you suffered, 4 Spod, assortment of | bargains including | unless by & written order signed by me | chen Se eae tone, Capt. Parsons, |He owned 250 cats including 25 wn, Barbados
With patience you bore, a ae yee Ca 1a 8 a JoamrH SORTE trom St. Lucia, Agents: Schooner Own- Rolls-Royces valued £1,000 ss. “SUNDIAL” .. 14 August 19 August 21 August 6 September
=n ne called you home, ’ ’ 3 0.8260 Gibbs ers’ Association. ba 000 § re : s = 4 146 oo0 ’ ss. “SUNWHYT” |. 30 Aug. 4 Sept. = 16 September
‘0 suffer no more : 7 DEP. : ywne acres OI |m.v. “BRUNO” 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 30 September leeding G Sore Mouth and
Always remembered by Lonnie (son) 20.8.82- tn |g Sehooner W. Ls. Prunicia for Dominica.| Egypt's best land. His credit in|s.s. “A VESSEL” |! 25 Sept. _—30 Sept - 16 October Lo Teeth mean that you may *
52—- ds a ir renada, , . Vv hea, rence oul or
aot eemes eee ELECTRICAL = Schooner Henry D. Wallace for Trinidad, | Egypt's National Bank amounted UK. SERVICE perhaps some bad digense that. will
WATERMAN—A jyear has gone beyon PUBLIC NOTICES MY +, Cqnegian, Cruiser, for | Grenada, to £2,600,000, and £1,100,000 if . sooner or later cause your teeth te
recall with all its doubts an ear me epaencerenremieercenrettng SST ‘ . arer for Brazil, 3.8. ithe Misr Bank. He owned 16,000 may a a -
In loving memory of my dear beloved | AMERICAN ELECTRIC DEEP FREEZE: Golfito for Trinidad, S.S. Athelbrook r ery - f om So jiverpool an lasgow matism and Heart Trouble. Amosan
wife Me Hilda Waterman of Branch | Discount for 4 months use. Owner has NOTICE for Trinidad, Schooner Linsyd H. for|®hares of the Saide Air Trans- Fr uth Wales, L d Gl , stops gum Weeding. the ie cht:
Bury, St. Joseph, who died on the} teturned to States. Telephone 95-296 As from the 25th August to the 6th |Â¥ ishing Banks, M.V. Daerwood for St.: port Company, 20,000 shares of ends sore mouth and quickly
Lucia, 5S. Colombie f Expected Arrtvai ens the teeth. Iron clad guarantee,
asth of Rogier. c. SpA IT Aaa 21.8.52—6n. Sevtember boty =: tnclusive the office acl. Oe een eas, the Pepsi Cola Company, in ad- South Dates Bridgetown, Amosan must make your mouth welt
ay oI ie roechia: ‘easurer open 4 Ss : om ° .
the fragrance of love here below| ELECTRIC DRILL PRESS Machines}on Saturdays only 7 Guiana dition to shares of other _com- i . Wolee = Livergast ¢ aes oa Stare of empl tmaokans Set
may rent tm peace. | Dial 40h 23.8.52—8n. N.S. FRASER, Seawell | panies, 8.8. “STUGARD +48 Aug, 21 Avmuatas August 9 SeOtemnber, Asan from your chemist today,
Always to be remembere y Mr. Fleet Parochial Treasurer, Pr) . e guarantee protects you
a ood Waterman (husband), Noe!, Neville] JUST ARRIVED—A few JIFFY ALL- ‘ie Sam we It will take months Before at! | 2: _ Mid Oct. Late Oct, | Mid Nov
De Laey, Vincient, Beryl (children) | Purpose Electrical Hand Sprayers and 24.8.52—3n Arrivals by BW. A | aie cad : t
lene Baird (mother), Alfonza Branch| Electrical Hand Drills, Prices very tiem Serene. On SMertay this is evaluated by the custo-
tbrother), Miss Ruby Waterman (sister-| reasonable. Get yours to-day from K. J . is D. Linton, P. Linton. J I dians who believe the King’s U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
in-law) 26.8 \| Homel-Smith & Co. Limited. Bridge Publ {ficial Linton, J) EMak C Ramanee fs | fort in Eeypt alone ts
nr — | Street, Phone 4748 TLIC cla a W. Beidecnan x" Picken Pe aia 2 pai = ain a a amounts F ee Manian. and Sin
24.8.52 : 2 7, F. »|to tons of millions of pounds. rom
ANNOUNCEMENTS ___* 8-9] any provent marshars act _ot| Me's, Small,.A. Frice, G. MieConney. | oe enn — Stopped in 10 Minutes
awa 4 RADIO—H.M.V. 6 Tube Radio. Good (1904-6) § 30). . fmt a se Expected Arrival It is no longer necessary to suffer
os new. Six months old. Phone 8614 On Friday the 5th day of September — 4 - Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates | pains, itching and torment from Piles
From VENEZUELA: v . ie
— - 26.8.52—2n.]1952 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the| Mr, John Lemon, Mrs. J U K’ R 1 * Bridgetown, B’dos since the discovery of Hyter (formerly
CAREFER—Be trained Newspaper —_—_—————' J afternoon will be sold at my office to the | ytstr’ Murius Lemon, Miss canoe — amon, . Ss © ations “ESSI" . 13 Aug. 15 Aug. 21 Aug. 3 September known as Chinaroid). Hyte® starts to
Reporter or a Feature Wr Ges. se~ FURNITURE highest bidder for any sum not under | Mr. ‘Armando. Please type clearly “SUNADELE” Mid Sept. End Sept. Mid October work in 10 minutes and not only stops
tails of scheme from Barbados Press Club the appraised value. EF ‘ THe Clearly ‘SPURT" Early Oct. Mid Oct. Mid Oct. Early November the pain but also takes out the swell-
Headquarters No. 53 Swan Street All that certain piece of Land contain- vrances F. Dickens, Beryl F. Hesketh, } e From Page 1 ing, stops bleeding and combats nerve
24.8 52—3n FURNITURE—Three Simmons Bed-ling by admeasurement 1,524 Square Feet Serene. aia Jan M. Hooges- | 9 am irritation thereby curbing other trou-
| ‘tends with Spring 3” perfect con-Jcituate at Kensington Tenantry in Parish | t's} ga Hoogesteijn, M. Ignacio) the question of Yugoslavia’s co~- Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. ’Phone 4703 bles caused by Piles such as Headache,
FREE—Present your bill for 2 (907)| (ton. Also one office Desk, seven] of Saint Michael butting and bounding | iefman, Pram pkghman, M: Nathan | operation in the military field - Nervotianiess, aac eee, oo ietiabis
kts 1 116 07) pkt. Honig Macaroni | °@ ers. hone ¢ . 7 . elena : . ni debility, an le
‘a full & Son. Ream 302, ‘rantations | 26.8.52—2n, | 08 lands of Leotta Griffith, on @ private | Rodriguez, Alfredo Rodriguez, Jose} With her northern neighbours ae SEeey #

Bidg. and receive a
Moir’s Special Desse

FOR RENT

orem ence cee w-esnnretenenenige

HOUSES

26 .8,52—-2n





—
APARTMENT--Furnished, Diepne-On-



Sea. 3 bedrooms etc., all convenience. eS
Electric, water, Also one unfurnished ate he ere eee ee
room Dial 8186 after 2. Morne Garage, 2.8. 52—6n
joodridge 26.8. “Bn

BEACH COURT. Hastings—Fully fur- veubaree ae BR iy
nished. From 15th September to 15th |Grass cutters, Rakes, Loaders, knife
December. Phone 3448 between 4.99 and} }.iade sharpeners, ete. Dial 4616 Cour-
6.00 poh 26.8,52—2n | tesy Garage. 23.8.52—6n

——
RUNGALOW—On Sea, Main Road Hast-






ings, very comfortably furnished, Enr
lish bath -— 2 bedrooms Servants
rooms — Verandahs — From September
Telephone 2949 16.8.52—.f
BUNGALOW. low at Bav-
field Beach, Sty P Comfortably fur
nished Refrigerator. Two bedrooms
Servants’ room, Garage ete, From Sept
- Dec ’Phone 2393 24.8.6%—11

_ — ee
“CHELHOLME” Chelsea Gardens, un-

furnished. Inspection Daily 4—6,
26.8.52—2n

a nn

MORFCAMBE-—The desirable residence
“Morecambe” Worthing next to Reyal
Theatre, 4 Bedrooms Tollet ‘nd Both
upstairs: Downstairs: Drawing room
Dining Room,fall, 2 extra rooms, Bath
are Toilet; large ¢ ge, servants room
for particulars, apply: Manager, Empire
Theatre, 21.8. 52—6n









with, knowledg
previous office
" c/o Advocat

LADY STENOTYS
of boog-keeping
experience Aprly
Co,, Lid, we




24.8.52—3n

MISCELLANEOUS
coche heen seesielistniemene
TION WANTED-—-B
Tousekeeper —- Nurse





as or Companion

for eld indy or sentlemen would travel
if required. Apply T.T. G/o Advocate
Go 26.8.52—3n





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Hurricane Relief

Organisation
LABOUR SUPPLY

In the event of a hurricane
striking Barbados Labour Forces
will be required for relief work
As soon as possible after the hur-
ricane, applicants for employ-
ment are invited to report at
Queen’s ‘Park, where the staff of
the Labour Department will be
stationed.







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ali real good vaive for eost
SEE THEM
At Your
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Bay Street











Hurricane Precaution
HINT No. 9



After a hurricane
beware of houses, and trees
that have not completely

WARNINGS.
collapsed. 24.8.52—2n. |



AND OTHER THINGS AT









MONEY SAVING PRICES
Vanities & simpler Dress Tobles,
Stools, Wi teads
Springs, Cradles, Beds
TABLES, fixed and extension
for Dining, Feney and Kitchen
Wagons, Larders, Cabinets for
China, Bedroom & Kitchen-
DRAWING ROOM Morris. and
caned Suites and separate pieces
Spring wnd Springlike Cushions
S up, Trunks.

PIANOS, Gran nes, Rerord
fe up, Banjos, riter, Prar
Table Stove $4

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4009

free package John |
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ORES O900400 5066008 |
























































LIVESTOCK

wl =
TWO LARGE MULES. Apply: The



Manager, Hannays Pilantation,, Christ
*hureh 23.8.52—3n
MECHANICAL





FERGUSON AGRICULTURAL EQUIP-
MENT, including Tractors, Ploughs,
Grass mowers, earth scoops, transport







MACHINERY—One (1) 9” x 7” Robey,
enclosed, forced lubricated steam Engine
to run at 470 r.p.m. d loping about
# B.H.P. at 100 Ibs. pressure. Two (2)
small cold starting Diesel Engines, 10
and 15 HP. One (1) 22” x 36” 5 roller
Mill complete with C.S. Gearing, steam
Engine, and Hydraulic Pressure Regu
ating Equipment. Apply: D. M. Simp
son & Co, 20.8,52—n





MISCELLANEOUS

(hieentcstiperenililshaitinentiataansetalcminiasddee
BLOCK STONE—2 ft., 3 ft., 4 ft., Block
Stone at 30c. per ft. Delivered, Contaet
“he Manager, Mount Breviter Plantation
St. Peter. Phone 91-34.
24.8.52—3n





BARGAINS -- COMBS -- To ch
thousand assorted Combs —
‘0 purposes at a
ents each
GBroad Street

r ten
Combs for
gSiving-away price 6
The Modern Dress Shoppe,



24.8.52—3n





DRESSES—American and Canadiar
Dresses ~—- We have just opened the
nest assortment of dressy Dresses for
cocktails and weddings also the smartest
udies’ Hats we have ever shown in
Velvets, Feits and Straws, also Hand-
bags of similar materials to match an)
easemble The Modern Dress Shoppe,
Broad Street 24.8.52—Jn
GALVANIZED SHEETS — A limited

jLuntity of best quality English gaivan-
ised sheets 26 gauge, very low prices
jial 2696, Auto Tyre Co.







USE



VES—For long life and last-



ng beauty, of your Floors, use JOHN
SON'S WAX Products. Phone you
Hardware Store TO-DAY and_ order
SOHNSON’S Paste or Liquid Waxe
CENTS: K. J. Hamel-Smith & Co. Ltd.,
ridge Street Phone 4748
21,8.52—4n
HOUSEWIVES—Do you have Floor

Problems which you do not seem to be
bie to overcome? Forget those trouble
‘hone 47498, K. J. Hamel-Smith & Co
Utd., Bridge Street, and they will be
niy too pleased to give Advice at no
bligation whatsoever Advice direct
rom Experts at the Ultra-modern
esearch Piant of S, C. Johnson & Son
nt., Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A
20.8.52—5r
——S—$$$
Have you bought iyour JOHNSON’S
urniture Waxes lately? HM not, do so
ithout delay. The renowned JOHN-
JON’S Furniture Cream as well as
aste and Liquid Waxes are availiable at





our Dealers. 21,8.52—4n
HOUSEWIVES—Don't slave on your
lonrs in the old-fashioned way, buy a

n of JOHNSON’'S

ee how easily
rm-tree Fioor
> Stores

Floor Cleaner and
it gives you a clean
Obtainable at all lead-
21,.8.52—4n
LANTEE Primus, Veritas, Optimus
re Parts Glass and Mica Chimneys
recialist in Pressure Lamps. Chandler's

urdware, Reed and Tudor Streets
24.8, 52—21

STAMPS FOR SALE

THE STAMP COLLECTION of a
eceased client will be set up for sale
" lots at our office, James Street, Bridge-
wn, on TUESDAY 26th August a

pm
YEARWOOD & BOYCE.

21.8.52—5n

Eee
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily

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aper now arriving in Barbados by Al)
niy a tew days after publieation tr







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Tel. 3118. 417.4.52—t.o0










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TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

GREY AIR LETTER
FORMS—Ready Gummed
SOLDERLENE — For Bind-
ing all Metals
SAMSONITE — For Binding
Wood, China Etc.
f
\



At
JOHNSON’S
i STATIONERY

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road way called “Rock Gap”, on other
lands of the said Kensington Tenantry
and on another private road called
“Kensington New Road", or however
else the same may abut and bound, ap-

praised as follows:—
The whole area of land to FOUR
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHT

DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. ($488.50).









A ' Agatha Marshall, Paul | Strategic road f, xandretta
Attached from Marie LAs ECR for | Laband, Jean Laband, Catherine Laband, | the py ov costes ert ere 3s SOUTHBOUND arriv.
ana towards at ae a ao , day | Elen MacGregor, Joan Carr, George i Steamer Sails Sells “a4
N.B,—25% Deposit to be paid on day |sireepy, Nina Streepy, Sue | Streepy. | terranean to the Turco-Russian Montreal Halifax Barbados
of purchase one + | Sendra Streepy, Joyce Harrison, Yvette | frontier. The report claimed that| “ISA | PARODI" August 12 August 16 August 91
acta bras, | Moral Alte Meratat Ges’ Mariil | Alexgndretta Bay is ‘being de- |. 5iMsp,. ‘ee ‘ere eB
17.8.52—3n finer tra Danglebeen., James Boye. ind tile gb. Snportent aauee NORTHBOUND : o 5
_ thizabet oyd, John reira, ruce é Ne ¥
Craig, Frederick Wrigley activity was said to herald im-|A STEAMER... Due Barbados September 11th, for St,
a ’
PUBLIC SALES i.e Ts om anaar, [portant developments in Mid-| anpy; Da COSTA & 00, LTD GANADIAN SERVICE
C. Ford, Francis-Lau, V. Martindale, D Eastern defence strategy in the a . ?

REAL ESTATE

















itled Inspection by appointment with
te tenant Mrs. Roach. Dial 461













working condition, electric kettle, Per-
clator, Jones & Uitra modern Hand, and
Singer Treadle’machines, Radios Mixing

Machines, bread slicer, Rubber floor

carpet and other useful items Ss

CASH. R. Archer McKenzie
23.8.52—3n



UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER
TO-DAY
Auction Sale of Mrs Courtney's
ovsehold Effects at “Ocean Spray’,
Fockley, Christ Church SALE 11,30
O'clock,
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers
26,8,52--1n





Holidays Are
More Energetic
A Good Thing, Say Doctors

LONDON.

Holidays are becoming more
energetic, say doctors.

No longer do people spend every
day on the beach. 5

A Medical Practitioners’ Union
report says: “Most people want
more activity, not less. The es-
sence of holidays is change, not
relaxation.

“The monotony of housework
and office work and hours at the
factory must be counteracted by
the excitement and stimulation of
hiking, canoeing, mountain climb-
ing and a host of other active
sports.

“Even a change of habits, of
food, of language makes for a
holiday—which is why we fly to
the Continent.”

—L.E.S



FREIGHTER CAUGHT FIRE |

NEWFOUNDLAND, Aug. 25.
A Pan American Airways Clip-
er radioed that a freighter was a
ss of flame” off the coast of
Newfoundland. The air-sea res-|
eue branch of the Royal Canadian |
Airforce ordered planes out at’
onee. Details were spotty.. The |
airforce said that a Pan American}
Clipper enroute from Gander to |
Py radioed that the freighter
wes burning 25 miles off New-|
oundland's east coast near Bona- |
}| vista The report said that the!
ect of flame hid signs of any life}
board the unidentified vessel, and
that no lifeb visible any~
here in the vicinity.—U.P.









Cth





ts were

Simon
Kendall,
Dickers
Departures by B.W IA
for TRINIDAD:

Cc, Johnson, I



Rodriguez, Jose Duarte, Rosario Gomez.
Milagros Gomez,
Ochoa, Douglas Ochoa, Pamela Jacques,
Jacques, Peter
Margarita Kendall,

Frank Walcott,



Save all way

Ramon _ Ochoa,

Jacques,

Chen, D. Chen, ¥





Beatriz

Harry
M. Percy

on Saturday





Chen,









i

part. The



at the Registration Office,



will no doubt play an important
importance of these
moves was underlined last week
|by a British Press report claim-
ing that the United States is cur-
rently constructing a 700 miles

Fergusson, R. Legge, J. Legge, R. Cozier,| not too distant future with pros-
pects also for the early resump-



LAND—1,820 square fect of land situate]S. Chen, A. Chen, J, Chu, C. Rooks.| 4: *
at Reed Street, St. Michael, the property ;C. Richmond. tion of full dress negotiations). . «arcoa PEGASUS” sails 8th Auguet — arrives 20th August :
of the late Eleanor Lacey, deceased, From ST. LUCIA; with Egypt. 8.8. “ALCOA PLANTER” sails 5th September — arrives 17th September
The above parcel of land will be se" oie ar so pemreneids Mrs Jane
up for sale by Public Competition at our ng, rs. arion u NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
c o Street, 0 Friday 29th | From MARTINIQUE:
ye chy glk 2p m. . 7 Hector Sukhbir, Alain Berte, Marie | RATES OF EXCHANGE
For further particulars apply to Mr, | Therese Berte, Elias Ghali, Donald Mnm- A STEAMER sails 17th July, — al res 2nd st
A. W. Harper, Lakes Folly. plaisir, Prince Braithwaite, Jeanne Brath-, | Seiling NEW YORK Buying | A STEAMER sails Sist July — 16th A
YEARWOOD & BOYCE, waite, Richard Maxwell, MacPhail, Mac~ | 73 4/10% pr. Cheques on A STEAMER sails 14th August — ives 30th August
Solicitors hail Rafik Fakhare | Bankers 71 720% pr. | A STEAMER sails 28th August — arrives i3th September
20.8.52--7n. | From GRENADA: | Sight or : A STEAMER sails lith September — arrives 27th September
sernstes ait lead ebsinatitesninidiesliapneagioaall H. Hammond, Ae Kugler, A. Kugler, | Demand Drafts 71 5/10% pr .
“ ” yO! ved stonewall | C. Kugler, Revd Woode, O. George. | 73 4/10% pr. Cable esas
cGRTTRLING”, a two-ttoreved stoncmuc| Departures by B.W.1.A. on Saturday | 7} 9/10% pr. Currency 70 2/10% br ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
©TRATHCLYDF, St. Michael, standing | for TRINIDAD: ee Coupons 69 5/10% pr
ca 7,008 square feet of tand,’ and con- | | Jessien bee, Doreny tee. Tony Vieira | ea ~loal °S535S900080909969695955-55 SS5SISSGSS99SHOISGOOOS®
{alning open and closed verandahs, draw- | Mery Vieira, Camile Vieira, Tony Vielr CANADA "
“end dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, each Marily Vieira, Terry Vieira, Janice Gili, | 80 5/10% pr. Cheques on
vath running water, kitenen &c., and | William Swanson, Virginia Swanson, | Bankers 78 7/10% pr Seven sizes of
v gual conveniences. Water and Electrici- | Charlotte Swanson, Susan Swanson, Susan Demand Drafts 78.55% pr.
. alla ‘ , Swanson, Guy Yawchin, Kelvin Assing, Sight Drafts 78 4/10% pr.
fs og Gegnes Nanas verre Sos Ceri Williams, pene, Capen Nobie | 80 5/10% pr. Cable ; 3 R PRIMUS BLOW TORCHES
S " th to Miss Bree} Sarkar, in Leacock, Inston m, | 79% pe Currency 77 2/10% pr.| &
Ss Wim cheguartr hans rh eo lak TPS Arnold’ Mendes, Andrew tichan ‘(able | Ls casseess COUpons 76 5/10% pr. | for you to select from, prices range from
The property will be set up for sale Tennis Team). 50% pr. Silver 20% pr. 8
by public competition at our office, a gi $17 40 to $46 76
Jumes Street, Bridgetown, on Friday nes ee ee . *
f.th August at 2 p.m Tr. 2 ~
TAR Vode & Seeee AL CE NTRAL EMPO
Boe os OFFICIAL NOTI THE CE E. mIUM
17,8,83 IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY . Corner Broad & Tudor Streets 3
“THURCISDON” on bedi ee se ae In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
vell’s Coast, Christ C on es standing rie having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or imeumbrance in
voods 18 perches of land. Garace {y_| or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant
ars. Water and electric services n=) 1, bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents a

and vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours
of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon




a wh?
The above will be set up ar ae a ings, Bridgetown, before the 17th day of October, 1952, in order that such ¢elaims
} ublic competition at our of wes 1982 be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priori thereof
reet, on Friday the 29th August 1052) 1 oo ectively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from the bene of any
2.00 PUTCHINSON & BANFIELD decree and be deprived from all claims on or against the said property 3
so? ? E
Sheed poate Plaintiff: RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
*t Fat Defendants: WILLIAM THEROLD BARNES and ;
AUCTION FRANCIS DONALD BARNES
acd ilatrustiein seOMlee , Property: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Black Rock in
1 FE ee ra i cceare, \Chalinn Py the parish of Saint Michael and Island abovesaid containing by |
Car ze Pinfold St.. (1) 1948 10 H.P admeasurement Six acres One rood Twenty-three perches or there- e
iman Car (Damaged in accident) abouts Abutting and bounding on lands of The Mount Plantation op
rms CASH. Sale at 2 p.m lands of W. W. Reece on lands of the estate of A. Chapman deceased
VINCENT GRIFFITH, on lands of the estate of R. Chapman deceased on lands of the estate
6 Auctioneer of Thompson deceased and on a road over which there is a right of
26.8,.52—4n way to the public road enlled Black Rock, road or however else the
jo same may abut and bound Together we all and sing Joye pueaaes
! sel MART VICTORIA and erections on the said parcel of land erected and built standing
s ‘Reet a DAY 26th. from 12 and being with the appurtenances. .
roon a lot VANISE SHEETS 7] Bill Filed: 15th July, 1952
st 24 inch gauge (with 15% copper) Dated 12th August, 1952. sah arr k atie
\Vestinghouse 7 feet Refrigerator in good . LAMS,

Registrar-in-Chancery.



s with this

12.8.52—4n

BIG CAPACITY VAN! |

Here is a delivery van that is
wnexcelled for the economical
carrying of many types of goods.
Handling is easier because of
excellent visibility for the driver
and small turning circle, Driver's
cab fitted with sliding doors

a great safety and time saving
feature. Largest load capacity in
its class —1go0 cubic feet! Left or
right hand drive. Wide opening
rear doors and low loading line
save time on collection
delivery. This Morris Comunercia!

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PAGE EIGHT



Empire, Y.M.P.C.
Draw Mateh

COMBERMERE defeated Wanderers by six wickets
when their Intermediate cricket match ended on Saturday
the last day in the Fifth Series in this Division. Batsmen
and bowlers gave good performances on wickets that were
considered easy. V. Boyce of Mental Hospital scored 166
not out. °

Wanderers occupied the wicket first and made a total
of 166 runs and Combermere replied with 169 runs for the
loss of four wickets declared. R. Brancker topscored with 56
runs and the next best score of 49 was made by O. Wilkin-
son. reese A. Seale and J. Egglesfield took one wick-
et eac!

In their second innings Wan-
derers collapsed completely and
were all out for 28 runs and at
one stage of the game the score

was 27 rums for the loss of four +

SPARTAN vs. MENTAL
HOSPITAL AT BLACK ROCK

SPARTAN Ist Innings 71

MENTAL HOSPITAL Ist INNINGS
Boyce not out

; 186
wickets. Seven of the Wander- ° =. ce Morris b Parris is
ats ilec 50 . Com- uintyne Cumberbateh 2
ers batsmen failed to score. C Mr. he Gaskin ¢ Gilkere ener 3
bermere in their second innings © winiams b Morris 19
made 32 runs for four wickets. Wiltshire not out 61
Empire got points for a draw in Extras 13
their match with Y.M.P.C. who in 1 or
‘ : : ‘otal (for 4
their first innings scored 119 runs we) â„¢
and Empire helped by G. Smith BOWLING ANALYSIS
who scored 94, replied with 191 . opine a uM RF Ww
. s er & ~ 28
runs for eight wickets declared. jy. Medford 7 i 37
E, Branker and B. Porter took 8 Sauires 1 38 37 1
two wickets each a eee 4 2 @ 2
Sa aghs : er Ww. Cc 3
In their second innings, ¢ Wea 9 3 s :
Y.M.P.C. scored 177 runs for the

loss of three wickets, WANDERERS vs. COMBERMERE

eee Ist Innings 106
i OMBERMERE 1st INNINGS
Ist Innings Lead E %mniss run out : &
5 â„¢ Branker c sub b A. Seale 56
Mental Hospital also got points |. Brathwaite i.b.w b J VPeilacns 1
or a first innings lead, ¥ 0 ilkinson c & b Egglesfield, 49
f first gs lead, The Wilk bE
batted“the whole of the second |," yg ae iy eel 38
day to score 284 runs for the loss extras i.
of four wickets in reply to the re
Spartan score of 271 runs made Total (for & wkts } 169
on the first day of ‘play. BOWLING ANALYSIS
Victor Boyce, the Mental Hos- oO â„¢M R OW
pital opening batsman, hit 166 not Proverbs 11 ae
out, He hit 20 fours and three 3! Sone Bee
sixes and was comfortable against p_ Patterson a @ ae
the bowling. J. Wiltshire who A. Seale 8 1 37 1
went at number six was unde. | Pxslesfield ace awe A

feated with 61 and a partnership WANDERERS ‘and INNINGS

between him and Boyce yielded 2B Alleyne 1b w. b Brathwaite Ml
185 runs. A Seale c obinson b Brathwaite 11

F Pattersor c Rot m b B r
F Ss te M ‘ took two Ni. Mayers ¢ Wilkinson b Bianker 2
; or partan morris too € Pierce c sub b Branker 2
wickets for 60 runs in 14 overs. J Wilkinson not out 0
At Boarded Hall, the Barbados a Aunetrons: ib w » Branker wee
. ‘ ae ‘atterson stpd. (iw ’ ranker 0
Regiment et eoeeent first a y. Sepaeehela hw teleranser :
nings points, | ut nearly secured pf McCleany b Wilkinson 0
an outright victory. Batting first “. Proverbs absent 6
the Regiment scored 129 runs and Extras 2
Cable & Wireless replied with Total 33
107. :
In their second innings Regi-, BOWLING ANALYSIS oe:
ment scored 133 runs and at the » pratnwai ’ Y

: t ‘ 2 4
end of play €able & Wireless had my Smith = a , ,
eseored 132 runs for the loss of o a § 3 : 6
nine wickets. a FF eee 1

COMBERMERE 2rd INNINGS

a ©. HW, Wilkinson ec McCleary b
Pickwick—Police Patterson ... 4
; L. Brathwaite l.b.w. b Patterson . 13
In the Pickwick-Police fixture, a Sieseny aps eu 7 2
: ‘ i V n su ‘a erson ‘

Pickwick got points for a_first R' pranker not out. z
innings lead over Police. Pick- Babee soos su ineens 1

wick in their first innings made
324 runs for the loss of five wick-
ets declared and batted the whole
of the first day. : ‘

Police also batted the better CABLE & WIRELESS vs.
part of the second day and re- REGIMENT AT BOARDED HALL
plied with 236 runs with F, Forde ee a a ae syne
topscoring with 61 runs and Skip- “ * REG "eh INNINGS ©
per Denny 538. When stumps A. Ishmael c Branker b King ......
were drawn Pickwick had made

Total (for 4 wkts.) .

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WINS THE

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Combermere Defeat Wanderers By 6 Wickets|<



100 YARDS





L,, SAMPSON of St. Cecilia Boys’ Club, wins the 100 Yards (Class A)
at the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Sports at Kensington yester-

day.

Second is K. Antrobus (right) of Cliff Cottage Boys’ Club.

Bay Street Boys Are
Champions At Sports Meet

BAY STREET BOYS’ CLUB, represented by a group
of sturdy athletes, ended up Champion Club at the first
Annual Athletic Sports Meeting of the Barbados Boys’ and

Girls’ Clubs.

the times were reasonably good.

Of the Girls’ Clubs,

The meeting was fairly well attended and

Bay Street was again the most

successful. However there were only two events for girls
—the Keg and Spoon Race and a 100 yards flat. j
St. Cecilia Boys’ Club, which

was second, finished with 15 "0cks)- Time: 11 2/5 sees

points, Belleplaine came third 1. mM. Linton Bay Steet 2H Cole

with 12 and Cliff Cottage fourth ‘Charnocks), 3 J, Arthur (Clevers Hiil)

with 11. Charnocks scored .six
points, Four Roads seven and
District, “A” and Garden five

points each,

At the conelusion the prizes
were presented by Mrs. R. T.
Michelin, wife of the Commis-
sioner of Police.

Before the presentation,
Colonel R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner, said that the evening was
an extremely happy occasion for
the members of the Barbados
Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs and one
on which they could look back
to in years to come. Although it
was the first meeting, it was a
very successful one.

Olympics’ Athletes

He felt that in years to come,
the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs would produce athletes to
represent Barbados at the
Olympics.

He said that the contests were
very keen although no records
were broken and it was
obvious that with training,

had talent which
developed, ent. Ya
He was very grateful to

everyone who, enabled the meet-
‘ng to be a success,

He said that those who did
not win this year would have a









. : ©. Beckles ¢ Watkins b Archer $3 chance to do so a
52 runs for the loss of one wicket. Prathwaite b Branker 16 Meeting next year, t the Second
f u Prive ¢ ;

In the Windward-Carlton mateh }{ jicorish 1.b.w. Branke: 0 The Commissioner then askeq
at Windward, Carlton scored 173 tl © Crovey b Branker 0 Mrs, Michelin to present the
runs for the loss of nine wickets }> artis ¢ & b Archer 2 nyizes, i
: 2 » Tes re lows:
in reply to the Windward first Sispham e Archer b King 12 “i00 aed (Olea a}
innings’ score of 154 runs. Clarke 1.b.w. Archer . 0 1. L. Sampson (St. Cecilia, 2. K

Windward scored 60 for the Extras “a _4 Antrobus. (Cm Cottages 2. in” ote
loss of two wickets declared in Tota! 123 ere grime: 108 secs.
their second innings and when Y : Snes 1 oH Grail (od tee) sae
stumps were drawn Carlton had BOWLING vig a ag wi a Watson (Belleplaine), 3. D. Chase (Char
scored 28 runs for the loss of two y, yy King we ae =
wickets. 8. Matthews aie m3 e

i. Branker 8 42 4 “
curiae ve vurc.ae §. Se :- £3 Indians In
BANK HALL CABLE & WIRELESS 2nd INNINGS oO cae
ib. Matthews c iw shmael) b ~
Â¥.M.PC. It Innings 1p B. Marthe = od Position
EMPIRE ist INNINGS ig N- Clarke Lb.w. b Price 4
B. Bourne ¢ Hoyos b BR. Austin . Cozier ¢ (w.k. Ishmael) b Price 8 re
F, Taylor run out : . s Croney run out 38 (From Our Own Correspondent)
3. Bynoe © (wk) 2» EB. Branker oa fi. King e Pinder b Kirton . 4 és LONDON, Aug. 25.

a as oe SF “, © Knight b Clarke .. ‘ 16 ine bo azare
G Clarke-b E. Branker i FE. Braker ¢ Licorish b Kirton 2 M idle > wie by Hazare against
VY. Armstrong b K, Branker a} E. Adams b Clarke .......,. 2 tadiesex at Lords to-day put the
Re; roteitiane ¢ ANEMA b: cose Y §. Watkins not out. 4 Indians in a strong position. In
x amor mee. a b Porter 1) %B Clarke 1.b.w. b Clarke 3 reply to the tourists’ first innings
falcutee nae chit: “4 Td, AFOHRE 2 OUL-. 5.44 45-4 ¢ score of 289 Middlesex were sail-

Extras ...... 5 —_. ing along quite sedately with a
Total’ feb 6 wets) 191 Total (for 9 wkts) ....:... 182 total of 153 for 4 when Hazare
OS): ——~ claimed three wickets in one
uth over, dismissing Titmus, Knight-
Wo: Sake Rie POLICE vs. PICKWICK AT ley-Smith and Leslie Compton.
I. Burke ‘ 6 - 37 PICKWICK He went on to finish off the
R Austin 16 3 4 1 FICKWICK Ist Tanings, (for 5 ‘i innings and returned his best
E. Branker .... 8 i 2 wickets decld.) - owli 2 ns 7 .
K. Branker 5 22 (1 FORICE ist INNINGS powline figures of the tour; 7 for
B. Porter . 6 1 2 2 8B. Kinch b BR. Clarke c 50, Middlesex finished 34 be-
V. Butler ., eh ae 6 1 ©, Sealy c Lashley b R. Clarke 1 hind and the Indians increased
G. Cheltenham b R, Clarke - 7 their lead by another 109 before
Y.M.P.C. 2nd INNINGS E. Morris b B. Lewis ... Bh. plete : tis
E. Branker ec Bourne b Prescod 1 © Griffith e & b Greenidge a4 close for the loss of 3 wickets.
W. Hoyos b Hutchinson . = S Howard ¢ seen, & Greenidge* 5 — aver is i taking it easy
PD, King b Smith ‘ ‘ ®. Smith c & reenidge » . even t ough they have won the
K. Branker not out 72 fF, Forde c Lashley b B. tnniss , dhe wh '
Extras 12 @ Denny c Lashley b B. Inniss ahh a championship. Passing Hamp-
~ |. Shannon not out .. .... 19 Shire’s seore for the loss of only
Paar Atay. Wit? tL. Carter run; out ; tive wickets.— thanks to another
Eectras. 5 __* eentury by Peter May -— Surrey
BOWLING ANALYSIS : Total Ae 23s declared and captured three quick
Oo. M, R. W - wickets before close.
Armstrong ‘ a 1 20 ‘ PICKWICK 2nd NNR, Fine bowling by Cambridge oft
Cc. Prescod ., oi a4 1 ti. Lashley b G, Shannon .. roe 3 . 5
K. Hutchinson 15 3 2 Ll A. Trotter not out . es 3 # spinner Marlar whose eight for 51
K. King 10 1 2 W. Greenidge not ou was the best of his career, enabled |
eae eee sy Extras .......+.. 5 Sussex to obtain first innings
ii omar 30878 2.19 1 wieke) %2 points unexpectedly against
J. Bynoe 4 A ; Total (for 1 wicket) . Gi organ,
F. Smith . 1 : _ am ‘
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220 Yards (Class B)







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100 Yards Girls

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Time 13° sec

Egg and Spoon Rac>
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1 M. Franklin (St. Cecilia', 2. F
Ricock (Cliff Cottage), 3. K Barker
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i Vv Watson (Belleplaine), 2 H

Bancroft (Cliff Cottage), 3. E. Ho der
Time: 2 mins. 19% secs

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Bay Street, 2. St. Cecila, 3. Garden.
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_NETHALE:

Grenada Defeats St. Vincent 28-—24

(From Our

By
in the final
Colony Netball

this

Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, August 25,

defeating St. Vincent 28—24
match of the Inter-
Series, Grenada

afternoon secured second

place after victorious Trinidad,

The game moved trom a tame

pace

to exciting situations after

the first half score of 14—11 in

C renada’s

favour, as the teams

repeatedly levelled off till a few

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SECOND DIVISION:



3 Outright Victories
As Fifth Series Ends

ERDISTON, Y.M.P.C. and Leeward scored outright
victories over Pickwick, Windward and Combermere on
Saturday the last day in the Fifth Series of Second Divis-
ion cricket matches. Again the weather was fine and at
all grounds there were good wickets.

At Erdiston, Erdiston defeated Pickwick by an innings
and 39 runs. Erdiston after dismissing Pickwick for 60
runs in their first innings replied with 221 runs with C. Nor-
grove topscoring with 71 and C. Cuffley 50. J. Hoad took the
bowling honours in the Erdiston first innings by taking

five of the wickets for 44 runs.
. EMPIRE vs. FOUNDATION
In their venture at the wicket FOUNDATION

j Empire 180 for 6 wickets declared,
Pickwick scored 122 runs with |. s¢ for 6 wickets deciared.

AT

and



Edwards 29, C. Cheeseman 21 and — Foundation 138 'G. Springer 66, E
L. Webster 13. For Erdiston T. “"ne* ine: oes Gere ee att
Blackman took seven of the wick- » wickets.
ets for 27 runs and N. Sealy LEEWARD vs. COMBERMERE AT
ow ‘ . LEEWARD
slow left arm—took one for tel (..bermere 161 and 77 (G. Gilkes 9
runs. for 32)
In the Leeward-——Combermere Leeward 225 (G. Gilkes 72, R. Maloney
Cc 40) and 29 for no wick
match, Leeward defeated Com- \,NpeReRS vs LODGE AT LODGE

Wanderers 138
deciared.

Lodge 60 (Mr. Hoyos 18, R
for 23) and 172 for 5 wickets

bermere by ten wickets. Comber-
mere in their first innings were
dismissed for 161 runs and G.

and 101 for 7 veers

Inniss 4

Gilkes who made 72 runs enabled y M.P.C Vs, WINDWARD ar ¥M PC |
95 + ar 18 a 3 { Austin ° aa

Leeward to reply with 225 runs. a 108 anc |
Â¥.M.P.C, 177 for & wickets declared |

Combermere in their second
innings were bowled out for 77
runs and their collapse was due
mainly to some steady bowling _
by G. Gilkes who took nine of the

G. Greenidge 74) |
ERDISTON vs. PICKWICK AT
ERDISTON
Pickwick 60 and 122 (1. Edwards
Thomas 29, C. Cuffley 4 for 14
Erdiston 221 (C, Norgrove 71, C. Cuffley |



wickets for 32 runs. Needing 13 % 7 Hoad 5 for 44:
runs for victory, Leeward in}
their second innings scored 29

runs without losing a wicket.

KIDNEY ACIDS

Y.M.P.C. also got an outright |
victory from Windward who ve |
defeated by an innings and R b R }
runs. Winning the toss on the ° your est. e |
first day Windward batted first Many re never seem to get a good |
and made a score of 108 runs.| night's rest. They turn and toss—blame it
Y.M.P.C. replied with 177 runs] on ‘nerves’—when it may be their kidneys. |
for eight wickets declared but) Healthy kidneys filter poisons and excess |

acids from the blood. If they fail and
impurities stay in the system—disturbed
rest often follows. If you don’t rest well
et and use Dodd’s Kidney Pills. Dodd's
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Windward went down in their
second venture at the wicket and
were all out for 30 runs, F. Aus-
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Empire got ints for a_ first
oatons ‘oat ta Foundation better—and feel better. 136
iespite their efforts for an out- Dodds Kid Pill
ight victory. Empire in their ney S$
first innings declared when}
their score had reached 180 for
the loss of six wickets and| ¢
Foundation scored 138 runs in| SONG RECITAL
their first venture. Under the patronage of Sir Allan
In their second innings, Em- Collymore K.T
‘ire knocked up 56 runs for six josie kona:
vickets declared and sent the (British aoe Tenor)
schoolboys in, but at the end of]
play Foundation had lost two| CORT pari

32 runs. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH,

1962, at 8.30 p.m.

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Wanderers also got first innings| Accompanist — W. HACKETT
lead on Lodge. Batting first Wan- Aas oes lias
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vainutes before the final whistle
erg Grenada streaked into the

Externally*for cuts, sprains

24 goals making her the runner-up and bruises

of the tour with 48 to Trinidad’s
Dweie Bowen's 53, while Joyce
Blache scored four for the
Vincentians. Ishbel Horne scored
13 and Joyce Maloney 11, Presen-|
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I'M. i mm MMtllMMls ADVOCATE II ESDAY, AUGUST 2. US! B.\ipD0SA ADVOCATE lu.-.l..-. August 2S. 1952 NEWS FHOJI Hill I \l \ Are Wives The Font Behind A Pay Rise ? Il\ l. I. Ilobri-.s divorced and %  %  %  %  Before Ilk F*li I %  .inrt Mi nil Ministers! nol 1" b nindmte anfl he l-'ter dc• %  d Mjme o* Winston Chuuh-i ill's Short Sharp Shock 'I UK umphtili which DM DM) niven in Huibadns in n'li by the Police n prevention Ot crime ha.s resulted In the gJKrVrth "I Boys' and <.ills' Clubs lhrouhslnp. — Tbe comparative table of Juvenile fa !(., year 1946-51 published in the latest report on the Barbados Police Force shows thai 60 more offences against property ami persons were committed in 1951 than in 1950 although uie total offences for 1951 is almost 100 less than in 1946. It is Significant however that whereas offences against persons had decreased considerably In 1951 the number of offenoM against property that year was higher than in any of the years under review. probtem of juvenile crime thereforremains a problem and any new methods ot with the young Oflmder dcservi attention by local authorities. In the United Kingdom yesterday there opened at Kidlington, Oxfordshire a new type of "short, sharp shock" detention centre, the first of its kind to be provided under the Criminal Justice Act 1948. At this detention centre young offender will be deprived not only of liberty, but of everything making for "e good time". The centre has been designed as ar alternative to imprisonment. It will provide treatment for youths'who have not developed a complete anti-social attitude but who need to be taught that the law cannot be defied with impunity. At th< Kidlington centre accommodation is pro vided for iSO boys over 14 and under IV years of age. Courts using the centre will in some cases be able to order up to six months detention but the normal perm. served will be ten weeks. Only physically lit boys will be sent to the centre because strenuous aclivitie will be the main theme of the "short, sharp shock" treatment they will be re ceiving. morning physical training will begin the day at the centre, followed by domestic tasks, school for boys under 16, and work and necessary activities. In the evening thenwill be more physical trainlog gymnastic instruction and education studies. Boys under 15 will receive full tim<' compulsory education and those over IB will have to attend evening classes Formative social training will also be in and particular attention will be paid to the inculcation of personal standard of cleanliness, obedience and good manners Arrangements are also being made fa the opening of a senior centre next year to accommodate boys between 17 and 2! How tar Barbados would benefit lion similar detention centres is a matter 0 opinion, bul the idea of "shorl, thttp shock" centres to deter the young uttVinlt I from u life of crime seems eminently suitable in any community. %  ills strung hand m-..*uros. OUT-. it Anlhony Eden inn the Great War in* King was rchU • become premier doea. frorr a balancing force. He never 1 unhapt-. wanted to see the last of any. not nee* m group. It U Prill* Minister if l"l hi l %  miniacent fon l|(n visitors that the Church George from holing an %  (-hurchiJI countenance) (l( KnsUnd ,, headed by the immediately after the war •. %  craphed chatting wun j^w-reign and thai fee dignitaries LMr he was aofry to see Lloyd *""• A, "' ;, appointed by George go—but thought, Incor%  r rectly. that he wuld ."-on be ,f No. 10 l..*i. m St-''talked ,. |]p -he Kmg had to face %  Ufa Mr* cm,, hill The m-xt ^ ^ .^ labour Prime Mlni-rter; ssue of a journal, that rarely clcar| HR „„. %  „. ,„ hlm wllh u Cabtnet Lha newspaper headlines, make them to u In ,. l( W(HI | (1 t„. King George V received Ramsey; hutch Times, wrote in .,..,„..,,,„,. inr0 n B ruo.i-.. at lea..;. MafTVmaWI with great tolerance. | ,, "; ,l ,in „ -_. navlru i m -pointed on the Hal pi • %  < %  ailepted uoy the highUMWinwil a Bishops and also sweep away any ""a by the urne "* m T i r la "iFl JUST over a week ago 4.000 tons of bulk raw suuar from Jamaica were off loaded at the Liverpool docks. Within the next year Liverpool expects to off-load some 300.000 tons of su^ar shipped in bulk. Plans are already being made to deliver the sugar from the bulk ship by mechanical means to a sugar warehouse near the quay. Since the quantity of sugar expected t^ be off-loaded at Liverpool during the next 12 months exceeds by much mon twice the export-quota which Barbados is allotted under the bulk-purchasing agreement between the Ministry of Food and the \Wsi [ndlan Sugar Pruducen 1 Aaao ciation the possible effect of bulk-shipment on the final price to be received for Barbanigar Ii of compelling mtenat %  dvanragea whien it is hoped will ad from the shipment of bulk ftugai include the quicker turn-round ol ships. better storage facilities and a reduction in costs. if Barbadian augar continues not to be shipped in bulk when other sugar prowitched to ihis method of transportation for the reasons enumerated above, one of two thinqs must Either the producer and workers in the sugar industry will receive a diminishing portion of the agreed sugar handling costs increase or a diminution of the quota allowed to Barbados the higher of non-bulk-shipped sugar. The experience of the next 12 month:islve. 1 ifl ; num SSSai"; v'^^L world has now openly reject.• ^wSpathettO aspect of George the law thl 5 as in recot led by < 1 King Farouk wn y •* emphailsod in hU •Ua Hart viii %  after dlvon ., ilItU mm lu m fr n wkward US' In the eves of a p,g;m gem-raonly nVJ King, Ml in U [ ||M ||(1 gtMtm)m Ion. But it does not make one -The Kit '., "23 Th(Tl a wry Kht 'i" O,S J'L Wld "* UUlc IndlcatloB hera ..f the So, as many people reared, thli f Bnglanfl hw.wv-h.nded father rn up othd Harold NtMtaon hat <•"lu x> ,, ,nrtPfl a,r len have counter-attackplated the task ol writing the Historv has been clarified with While respecting the oflkdal btoeTSplU 0* King Qoorsa .,„. deseription ot what happened i ir the views of the v. and nil book h hill ot aur,„ llirfl (M1 ( Labour in the crisis liKli Churchmen the "Miinehester pnses. Ix*h pi-rsoiuil and p"-liti,, f jy3| u \g g, BK l to see that in" prints a tait leader c; ,i. SJn| Oapl St ,hi s was not in (act a Palace mder the heading %  'Inti>leranee", a man of grc^i lutlon, bul %  result of an 0d the 'Evening Standard" conpolitical sagacity, and madanuaf Cll ,,,t by a Liber-I. iSir Herbert and rewisdom, The book ihOWfl very ganuel, now lxnd Samuel) to ninriage .aiinot affed Hi Bdenl ,|e..il> how H U*sal the ihron-„-,(.„ B compromise. political ablUtloa one wav or „f England an %  ^"HfS! . ^ ._ mother And the publk are m rorca ol great valua in me %  nunti A good deal or ntn has oeen to mood ii (x-naii/e a man's CosnattOnwosKh had here al Uie report from IUQUC caratr. bacauoa, when one A for W •• Japan ifaal .. wayslda station%  larriage falls, tie rinds happiness a Ba King <; go \ peraonaHy master arramies classes of gymiuisi, t nigg al vun t.. iiuii.i uci for paasendjsj who have to ire Indeed, some polltifor a Durbar much to the aurwait for a train. Alter some day ..Tiiocled with ttu. n ..f l,i. Mimstcrs who thought nurlh a correspondent suggesteii that are worth discussth i..igant. Thus he that this would be ideal at Crewe n| A^ articles point "til there nivente.i ihe custom <'f the Royal s t a tlon—In the words of the song iv IUW three members Ot Mi. tsnul] touring 'he Common-oh. Mr. Porter, what shall 1 •hiirthiU's Government who have wealth that kg DOW B ]>al ot all iVrriblV 1 ;iw m quitwfeudiii and Hi* I II in' l*gr a si'i'tjai* lurrlbla Tawm from Texas. Truman's rlght-hanH %  nan in pushing foieign policy hrough Congraaa< ranged over his : puhUd service. Hut there was litlte terrible hout Senator Thomas Terry Con..11%-, iin'sl lesti man HI American n >f ihe Senate r*oralgn RalatloQg Committee— %  vlio is retiring in live months. The worries are already slipting from his shoulders—shoullan that bava heaved themselves ibova tin Senate floor, while iis rasping voice has torn Into pponantl ••< aid for Europe. i thing.' he said in his LotMkfeg bokd, 'I had a notion inea to be a newspaper man. Uo it college I worked for a month m a local paper. They decided they could get along without me. deckled i oould get along erltbmt them. Tliat's how 1 come 0 lake up law." Ills First Vote rerrlbto Tasnn has roused the %  i adntrnuoo alike of Amcricuns. His Itrst vota ra H war against Germany. ll'iuhtin' and leuriin' against laolatiwilam after the Aral arai . !nugh. I supported Wilson and hg rtabUahnient Of lha Leagaa %  I helped Leuse-l-end through 'Jongress. the Marshall plan. NATO. tha Mutu il Dan 11 gramme. the Japanese tisat,. and 'lie Wssl Ot peace contract. "On January 3, when Connie*. dttSB, 1 die with it. Not literallv. rOUng man DOt III.-rally. bUl I can't talk about what I'M do." Three times the Senator lighted hia "seegar." and tousnad fallen bain coming from his white rn.tl.e is a pleasure I share with your Prime aClnlater, liavmti lunch with him at Chartwell Never been theft before< Been to. Che<|ueis. though, id %  tiri'inent for DM is sure und eortaln. I'm 75. Hut I'll be around i,f*M cutting louse from Onnii Irisli you know. Bttra it goes back to 1740, but I've lUll the Irish in me." By Csr He is now going to Scotland, travelling down slowly by ear to : iketsad, York Minster, and the Midi.in.I. DSPOn going to Datunark, There Ihe leal business starts, lie will se< American ambassadofS, Ministers and BerVlOM top men in Switzerland. Germany-. Prance, llelgium, Austria. Holland, and Spabi. "1 want to see Europe succeed in efTortd to rearm"—and a Connaliy word slipped in—"unlfiedly to resist %  UTaailnii' Rank means little t.. TenibUTasnn bn Bonweraitlon. "I think in Spain I ihall lath with Mr. Kianro. febotM NATO and co-operation. We are negotiating for military and naval bases there Spain lg a part of Europe's security." Did 'he Senator ever say Brita should not Interfere in the question of American bases in Spain Certainly not. If I did I didn t 'Kinda Interfered' "I shan't go to Home, though 1* a great regard for that chap Caesar. Used to read him in Lstl 0n4 tune-but hell. I spent I much time finding out what the words meant it kinda interfered with the meanins." Would it be Strange not contesting an election this year? "Guess it will, but I can't mak< ists of the result 1 think il will be a very close thing. •Must be getting aloiig. son." he wound up. "Mrs Connall. Jiiaanl liko being kept waiting. It's been a long life in politic but you've got to slop some time. Our leVadiTS Say; l Vi-ir (• />ir C'apittilium o tfui Kditur. Ike Adi'ocote, Slit. Kindly grant me space to gay I ami glad to see the letter romMr *; r Shan In Thursday's Advocate* On the subject, as nlch I iriLoduced. In [act, 1 an always glad to see contributions from him. he usually has some substantial ideas to offer UcaJ issues. His quotations from several weighty sources cenccrning the nd death of the old eoa> .eptions ol SocialiMii as 'the -ulionalisatlon of production, dUUibutnm and exchange' wer' very btterertlng, and rtunulating %  > one's reflections 0B the subject. Her l a.n sorr> he lid not deal directly and seriously with rn] main proposition—that the l>est itethod cf securing goo-lwill bav,,, Capital and Labour and %  ;r„ u-n.-v m Industry, i* by irraniuu t"i laariaaatauvea, ol lha rank and tile worker* to have n the Hoard of DirSCtori .ne in its manaaernent even to the point ol button of the profits—or I ihey occur. I should like to add here that i II 1Hallowed, assisted. tiarrs in the Cap•Ul of the undertaking. If any %  ssible. That. I submit, is the point we .should give earnest attention to loa aa is being done with %  at hai w h ssa and if cordially adopted it seems clear that many benefit* VrOUl -some of which I spec. %  coed Sit* la wever. one parngrapfa Hi Mi' Sharp's letter whkh :natlon: I irO i" lal I leranl to include it iii my article*. 'For my part I lemalti COttvlncsd that with co-operation between %  ml a nploysd, aided by i efficient government M and provlM .. fuller : '< 'i people.' ri; ANis cousiiN Witt-S'iimnwi ttaci's To fhc Edlfor, Ihe /Ideocof.-, SIR. —The Mid-Summer race al the narbados Turf flub whM brsal mg one. will live in the memorle-i of the radng traterntU .i while. Net only on acount Of the record of the 2s. Big Sweej. but fiiini every sphere in racing. Although 1 have heard repeatedly, criticism against thOSO who run racing In Barbados they don't own horse* (and sucli t this particular time) I would like to sav thai %  %  the actual phiyi king and generally %  put It i. then I racing in this kland Well done for a magninosnt ;ob." for I .nn sure that no one can lav any blame on then for the small fillies In the Creole classea. nor even for the bad starting in the farcial G class flare*. That nlso goes for the .starter whose patience I am sure WSJ taxed to the utmost. If any criticisms are to be made. I feel that they should be made along these linos viz: the doing away Wllh the five and a half fin long gate* and *recting in its plaOS, I DVe furlong which wou'd mve ample room to start about twenty to twsntj-flve horses properly. The only regrc.able incident which 1 can remember is the following, namely, the spill in the Trafalgar handicap when Jockey Joseph fell off Colietnn and sustained an injury to his right leg nnd I must compliment the t'hih for the ample way in which thev BIS looking after him. And to yon Mr. Joseph, the racing public of narbados is in deep sympathy and are looking forward to seeing you •straddle many mme winners both here and In your homeland, in the not too distant future. IIACEGOFH. Class Distinction* To lha Editor, (he daVocafc, *t!< I think that people ire too desirous of maintaining class distinctions m our little island. It is the difference which exist* the so railed classes which brings discontent and dis' - much the govC M Rock the writer of Friday's issue and contemplate on LOVB. he a the bcnei ; %  CHRISTIAN. From NaTWBX ROC.KRS NEW YORK. THE average American's income is now. £Sfi5, ten per cent more than a year ago. And no one is more pleased than the women. For today the results ol a national survey show that women want money more than men. Perhaps the women made the men work harder to earn that extra ten per cent. The pollsters say that only one woman in ( ton feels her husband should have the last word in spending his pay. They found that 32 per cent, of husbands have little or no say in how their money goes. Factory workmen let their wives hold tlie purse-strings more willingly than blackcrated workers. On farms the man is lord nf| the purse. Fewer than one farm wife out of six manages the family cash. Money is No. 1 cause of family rows. Not over how much they have or why they have go little. But over how it is to be spent. P.S.: Rising prices forced city housewives to spend on the average £140 more than their breadwinners earned. The average city family's income is i: 1.535 a year. The L 140 had to come out of savings. BACK into New York pile 6,000 holidaymakers in scores of ships. So all holidays for Customs inspectors have been cancelled. GENERAL Omar Bradley Joint Staffs 1 C^hief. is to appear with Rosalind Russell in a scene of a film comedy "Never Wave At A Wac"—the U.S. Army girls. THE QUESTION of reviving the public whipping post for youths guilty of pursesnatching and assaults on women in New York streets is raised tonight by the World Telegram. It says an unnamed "Roman Catholic prelate" is all for it. A LIVELY skirmish between "Attlee laithfuls and Bevan hopefuls" crackles in the New York Times Magazine's letter column. It is over the kind of man Aneurin Bevan is, and what makes him tick. Essentially anti-Christian and Marxist, says Earle A. Newman. Not anti-Christian at al!.' refutes J. E. Jones. His quarrel is with the' "machinery of Christianity used by the rul-1 ing class." HOLLYWOOD'S new find is—you would never guess — Finlay Currie, 74-year-old British character actor. Remember him in Great Expectations," "The Mudlark," and Quo Vadis"? Right now he is the busiest actor in the movies. WITH a grant of funds from the Henry Ford Foundation the Chekhov Publishing House has printed 109,000 Russian books since January. They print: 1. Russian classics not available from the Soviet Union; 2. books on Moscow's black list; 3. books by Soviet exiles; 4. translations of contemporary Western writers. Up for translation—writer Win ston Churchill. OFF to active service march 2,000 armchair air force officers — food service, personal affairs, postal, athletic, historical and public relations officers, ft is the air force answer to Congress complaints of manpower waste KING FEISAL of Iraq, on a visit to America, has given £1,000 towards the, building of a new £700,000 mosque in Washington. Today he inspected the naval academy at Annapolis before flying to Detroit, the car capital. A RED-HEADED man and a red-headed, woman in a green car crashed through two police barricades in the mountains of Utah and started a manhunt tonight. For the man is 42-year-old William Merle i Martin, top on the list of killers wanted by i the G-men. He killed a Kansas City deputy | sheriff in a gun fight and stole the car to. escape. A policeman at Tonopah, Nevada, mistook | a car for Martin's and opened fire. He I wounded Mrs. Delia Hill and her daughter i Patsy, aged 13. • • THE men on the factory assembly line and the men in the coal pits are restless They want more money—and other things What makes them unhappy? Their friends in the steel mills have g61 handsome rises. Now union chief John L. Lewis orders his 475,000 United Mineworkers to stop diggm | coal for a week and mourn miners "killed in this savage industry." It is Lewis's unchallenged legal right ti order the stoppage under his contract with the mineowncrs. But it coincides with th' opening of negotiations between them for a new labour contract. IN industry after industry wag/e talks go on between more than 400 companies and their workpeople. 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an ene een

WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Grond Sessions Ww 0 a.m.
Moeting of Lesisiative

Council 2.00 p.m
Meeting of House of

Assembly 2.00 p.m
Potee Band Concert, Mental

Hospital ............. 4.00 p.m
Mebile Cinema, Boscobel :

Bays’ School Pasture, ‘

WE NE bass cin en cies si 7.30 Dyn.

Por the Cause that lacks assistance
‘Gainst the Wrongs that need resistance
Por the Future in the distance

And the Good that I can do

Eisenhower Hits At
U.S. Administration

ESTABLISHED 1895



gs

Stevenson Termed As Chicken Pox
Independent Candidate Shuts Schools

By ROBERT BARKDOLL | And Churches

WASHINGTON, August 25. i te ee ee

REPUBLICAN presidential nominee Dwight Eisen-|GrorGrrowNn, BG. Aus. 25.
hower denounced the “loud policies and faint deeds” of} Schools and churches closed
administration on Monday while his Democratic foe Adlai
Stevenson was hailed by a C.I.O. leader as an “independ-
ent” candidate.

Eisenhower told the widely cheering American legion
convention in New York that during the lest ‘dismal de-!
eade” administration allowed Russia to take over the Far!
East. The General was interrupted by applause eighteen
times during his 28 minute address in whicn he charged a patched to the affected area tw
three point “course to peace.” After his address the conven-|treat cases with Chloromycetin,
tion broke into nearly half hour cheering and demonstrat-/|'rhe Director of Medical Services
ing. disclosed today that the incidence

+ pneryens cough was more than
At Springfield, Illinois, Steven- ; chicken pox.

son
on Wednesday conferred with!
President Walter Reuther of C.I.O.
Uniteq Auto Workers’ Union and
James Patton, President of the
National Farmers’ Union. |

They offered him several wns | U.N. Council



Cprentyne River following
outbreak of whooping cough and
chicken pex whieh already caused
seven deaths following complica-
tions and broncho-pneumonia.

dam and trained nurses were dis-

From reports he received over
| the week-end the outbreak was

3 Countries
Proposed For (iit citicnci emuin eho

for a further three weeks. Houses
jin the area are being fumigated



jand restrictions on ingress and
gestions and said afterward, he) ;egsress especially for children
listened but made no commit. | UNITED NATIONS, /have been instituted. Arrange-
ments. Reuther Geeeied penal New York, Aug. 25, |ments are being made to
son as a most unt tole high Lebanon, Denmark and Colombia| strengthen the nurse-midwife
a ‘Tre CLO lender said the are expected to become members|staff and Dr. C. K. Jones who is
filinels Gavesusr ‘avas not a can-|0! the United Nations Security| carrying out B.C.G, campaign’
didate of labour, industry or poli- Council next year, informed|/among the Amerindians of the!

diplomats said on Monday, They
are expected to be elected by the
General Assembly to serve two-
year terms on the eleven-nation
council beginning January 1, 1953.

tical bosses”.
Outside Classification

Both Reuther and Patton tossed
barbs at Eisenhower. Reuther
described him as a “great General,
but he is working outside his job
classification.” Patton said Eisen-
hower has already abrogated the
Republican platform on farm
policy. There was standing room
only as Eisenhower delivered his
address to more than 13,000 cheer- |
ing legionnaires, There were
chants of “we want Ike”, and as
he denounced the warlike acts of
Russians shouts of “give hell Ike”

patch to the area to follow up
emergency treatment with B.C.G.
vaccinations.

Orealla with a population esti-
mated at 600 mgstly Amerindians
of distribution of non-permanent|/has a resident nurse and midwife
seats, Lebanon is to replace Turkey| but the G.M.O. visits quarterly
for the Middle Eastern seat, Den-|and the Health Officer once every
mark to replace the Netherlands|two months.
and Colombia to take Brazil’s place | The
for Latin America, Chile, Greece | -
and Pakistan, currently members| #"70unced
of the Council, have one more

Under the geographical system

Medical Services Director
today the Anthrax
outbreak is mild and well under
a a control. No human beings so far
year ‘to serve. |have been affected but as a pre-
The three candidates for 1953,| cautionary measure all animals iv
burst from one corner of Madison | ore selected by Governments in|the area were inoculated and
Square Garden. |their own. geographical areas and|movements of animals _ is still
Eisenhower several de-|5one of the choices are likely to/ forbidden, also no milk is being
pentieat aah The beeoene text. | be contested. Lebanon will receive | allowed to leave the area, Pre-
One paragraph read, “but let us

the Near-Eastern seat for which | cautionary measures may last’
sharply hew to the fundamental |it ran two years ago when it was another week,





American principle that every/drafted by Turkey after tong

man is te moved Apgved bene ds ais re 7
guilty. Assa an Yan originally was interes’

Senictart of which hunts arelin a Council seat but eventually British Delegation

dangerous to our freedom and to
our world position of leadership.”

withdrew in Lebanon’s favour.
Denmark is the second Scandina-
In redling it he changed the vian nation to sit on the Council.

second sentence to “subversive| /Worway held a seat in 1949 and
elements are always dangerous to 1950, and her delegate Arne Sunde

our system.” An Eisenhower | Was President in the crucial month
Spo ema Sad eT de woe at of July, 1950, when the Council |
ost cao ce’ Matai of his dis- Voted a series of measures estab-



Leaves For China

LONDON, Aug. 25.
The biggest British delegation
ever to visit Communist C in-
cluding four Members of Parlia-
ment, six scientists, three house-
wives, and members of the legal



lishing a unified command in|profession, left here by air for
te a Bday the telepromoter Faber Peiping on Monday.
tikes ; —UP. ered “Dad never been 8) wijrtyicee | inset ot. tie
h candidate for a Council seat be- y



Britain-China Friendship Associa-
tion which is a pro-Communist un-
on several occasions, Stockholm] 6 moia} organization, are visiting
Government feels its presence ON! Raq China for about one month at
the Council may jeopardize their| ine invitation of the Chinese
traditional policy of rene | meceles Institutions of Forei
—USP. Affairs,

cause, as her spokesman explained



Libya May Take
Decade To Becomte |
Self-Supporting |

U.N. August 25,
It may take as long as ten years
before Libya the World’s newest



,man, Geoffrey Bing, Emrys
| Hughes and Desmond Donelly.

. Hurricane
Practice Today

|

“We are just going for a look
eound with no strings attached.

Sere SO aa ations gy small esis, practog of, oedarence to Be held ta Seloton
a ae 5 ichael’s Paris urricane | ° ¥,
. expert indicated on Monday, | Bt, Michael's Parl takes place|i2 September,” Donelly said,

i —UP.
Thomas Power, junior Unitef, be | , gr og - eS and
| Nations technical assistance mepre-| “The praction te halhe anruamed
sentative in Libya Be ee ae conjunction with the Social
conference that although _ the! \walfare Department which is in
United Nations and United States charge of the feeding arrange-
t four assistance programmes) jjenis, The idea is to test the|
to Libya were making great strides! | moiancy of the Services, but it|
it would take a long time before) js not proposed to try out more
the North African Kingdom be-)jhan 18 of the Shelters andj,
comes a going concern. Feeding Centres. oy tea ‘|
. The Canteen aft wi ry ou
Power said after Unjand: Mations| lighting fires and boiling water in|
ogists discovered that M0) the open. It is hoped that the|
mineral deposits of commercial | Area Chairman, the Canteen
significance existed in Libya, em~ Staff and Shelter Wardens will
phasis is being placed on| assemble at their aiotied stations
lture. in order to make the practice as
oe U.P.. realistic as possible.





THE first reaction of W
on the reunification of East

diplomatic notes, and of litt
have a concrete basis.







MAKCH PAST




cr

Clabs

as

REPRESENTATIVES of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Oval yesterday when the first Athletic Sports Meet ing of the Zarbados Boy

they marched past at Kensington

and Girls’ Clubs was held
the ma

In the foreground is the Police Band which led rch past



Hav badros

at!
Orealla Mission 56 miles up the
an

Siung G.M.O. at New Amster-:

Northwest Frontier will be dis-|

Leftist members of the|
| Labour Party were Sidney Silver-|

TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,



| NO KIDDING-
|

THEY’RE JUST A BUNCH OF

1952

ARE GOAT QUADS



i

(ADS, but vince they're quadrupiet goats
are also very rare. In addition to bel nging to the Verse

' eategory, the quads further complic ite statisties by preferring bottles
' to. thei mom. Their owners are Mr and Mrs. Marsh, of Olinda, Aug-

| ‘tralia and they've been named

ener

Egypt

By K. €.

Bimbi, Mary, Fairy and Charles.



| U.K’s Relations With
On the Up-Grade

THALER
LONDON, Aug. 25.

of tension in the Anglo-Egyptian relations, and officials

| TWO moves last week marked a significant relaxation

readily admit that they may be followed by further promis-

ing developments,
The lifting of the

argo by Britain on supplies of
non-operational equipment to ‘he Egyptian Army, and an
| Offer to grant again trainthg facilities to Egyptian officers
| in Britain, both announced in the past few days have been!

described as a goodwill gesture *owards general Mohammed

Naguib’s new regime,

|
Preceded by a tacit understand~
jing over the delicate issue of
;t-eognition of his title as King of
[Sudan of King Fuad Il, they “are
held to be the first official and
formal indication that things are
moving in “the right direction”.
This does not mean that a settle-
ment of the Anglo-Egyptian dis-
pute—the evacuation of the Suez
Canal and the unity of the Nile
valley-—are just around the corner,
but authoritative sources em-
phasize that for the
since last fall things are looking
brighter.

Another outstanding feature is

the changed tone and mood of the | '

British Press which has reverted!
to more reserved appraisal of
Egyptian” affairs and of, Anglo-
Egyptian relations in General
British Foreign Office, and govern-
ment spokesman have maintaine
in their contact with the press the
utmost reserve on this relation-
ship since general Naguib’
“coup”, .

Meanwhile, attention is focuss-
ed more closely on the “far end’
of the Middle East defence aren
where contacts between Turkey
Greece and Yugoslavia have
aroused great interest and hope:
for some sort of Balkan agree-
ment.

Both Britain and the United
{States would welcome — such
an alignment which would
strengthen considerably the West's
| strategic position in the area, as
both Turkey and Greece are
members of N.A.T.O, with Turke)
as a projected member of the Mid-
enst Defence Command. .
This coincides with the decision
of British Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden to visit Marshal
Tito later next month for a re-
view of political issues in which

@ On Page 6



_ W. Germans Cynical
On Reunification Issue

FRANKFURT, GERMANY, Aug. 25.

est German newspapers to the

latest Soviet proposal for an early four power conference

and West Gerrnany appeared

to be one of cynical weariness, with a long exchange of

le hope that they would never

The United States, Britain, and
France agreed last month on a
fourpower commission to study
{th Possibility of free elections
in both East and West Germany.



They urged Russia in a note on
July 10 to go along with the pro-
posal on @ grounds that freé

elections are impossible unless an
inyoartial, commission knows what
is happening behind the Iron Cur-
tain which Russia has thrown
across East Germany.

The West appeared to be in no
hurry to reply to the Kremlin. As
one United States official said:
“We don’t have to be in any hurry
about the Russian Note, since they
took six weeks to answer ours.

The West, when it made its
proposal last month, was under
heavy pressure from some fac-
tions in. Germany and France to
make a new attempt at negotia-
ting with Russia. However this
pressure appears to have eased, so
that the Allies may not believe it

“essential to make any concessione
|to insure a Big Four conference
on Germany. —UP



| Epileptic Soldiers
| As Good As Any

' TOKYO, Aug. 25,
The army has learned that epil-

| eptic soldiers are among the best;

troops in Korea, even wher
‘gaged in combat. Colonel Donald
| Peterson, neutropsychiatric con-
; sultant for the Far East Command
|said that the army has been in-
‘ducting epileptic men vhose
eizures are controlled by medica-
ition and aecepting their enlist-
I ments for the past vear

en-

—U.P

first time |

a pcan tretinentieeltsteeepeb inane abbiieincineiesns

Arrested US.
Officers Will
Be Replaced

BERLIN,
United States

Aug. 25
tuthorities said
that the three members of the
ited States military mission to
jthe Soviet zone whom the Soviets
joccused of Espionage “probably’
uld be replaced,

The Soviets detuined them for
three hours, took away their passes

{fi enter Bast Germany, and
femanded their reeall
The authorities denied the Soviet

espionage charge, but said that it
appeared that the men would have
jto be sent to new posts, since the
jtiussians refuse to allow them to
teavel to mission headquarters ir
Potsdam

The authorities said that the
Americans were arrested on
August 15. They said that Ameri-
cans had every right to be in that
area according to Soviet-American

agreements which allow mission
members free travel in each
nation’s zone.

Mission headquarters wa in-
formed by the Russians after the
Americans were released that they

jhad been arrested for “speeding”
in retaliation for the arrest of a
Soviet officer in the United States
zone on the same charge. However,

General Vassily Chuikov, Soviet
Commander in East Germany in a
icte to United States Army head-
juarters said that the American
were arrested when they entered
ithe Soviet military installation to
epy —U.-P.

Britain, U.N. To
Have Same Rights

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25.

A diplomatic official said on
Monday that the State Depart-
ment has expressed complete
agreement with the British em-
bassy here that Britain and other
United Nations countries whose
forces are fighting in Korea should
have the

same rights to service

bases in Japan as the United
States.

It is understood that the De-

partment expressed identical views

o the Australian and New Zea-
land embassies as well. He said,
however, that it was not possible
from here to say how strong are
the Unilted States representations
») this matter to the Japanese
Voreign Office in Tokyo, but he
believed the State Department is
doing what it can.

-He pointed out one of the diffi-
culties due to the fact that grant-
ing of service bases in Japan to
the United States has not proved

very popular vith Japanese
opinion.
For that reason the Japanese

government appeared to be going
on show in granting the same
rights to other interested coun-
tries, but he was hopeful that
Japan would recognize the needs
of other boutiéries. oe



i

Rance Returns
From U.K.

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 25
; Governor Rance returned to
Crinidad last night from the Unit-



ed Kingdom where he spent three
months’ holiday He told news-
papermen at the airport that he
had no idea how soon he was go-
ing to publish Gomes’ Commissi
report on the inquiry Into certain
transactions of the City Council
| He added that | had to get some
| more advice

There is considerable specula-
tion here that there might be a

‘ eneral electior



of the Legis
lative Ae ancl



PRICE



Antigua Has
Record Crop |

INDUSTRIAL relations in Antigua have improved con-
iderably this year largely as a result of the good reception
ol the recommendations of the Malone Board of Enquiry,
Low-a-Chee told the Advocate yesterday.
Low-a-Chee is Labour Commissioner of Antigua.
He returned home yesterday afternoon by B.W.1LA.
attending the Conference of the Regional Labour Board
which concluded at Hastings House last week. He was a

Mr. C. ¢
Mr

guest at the Marine Hotel.
Viv. Low-a-Chee said that An-
sua has had a record erop this
year and it is expected that about
35,000 tons of sugar will be pro-

duced This will be about 12,000
tons abeve the average for the
past few years and will mean that
the workers will get a production

bonus of about 6% of their earn-
‘uss during the crop.

He also said that it was the

jinion ofthe sugar growers that
peoduetivity of workers this year
bod been better than it had been
for the past ten years,

Che introduction of a peasant
cultivation and haulage service,
believed to be the only one in the
West Indies has helped in the
reaping of the crop this year and
uithough the service is passing
through the usual teething trou-
bles, it is expected that it will
contribute to increased product-
i in future years, both by the
mechanical cultivation which it



males available to the peasants
ind also to the improved and
cheaper facilities for haulage of
Ipeasants’ canes, The result of
this would not only be larger

crops, but earlier harvesting,
Conditions Good
Low-a-Chee said

conditions in

Mr
working

that
Antigua
; are good. Wages compare favour.
ey with those paid in the other
slands of the West Indies, having
jregard to the cost of living in the
pective islands
| Labour poliey
sovernment in industry and in
}pursuance of this policy, joint
committees of workers and em-
i ployers’ representatives have
heen established on estates, in
j factories and workshops and on
jthe waterfront. ‘
| Recently too, an agreement for
}the establishment of a joint in«
‘dustrial council in the sugar in-
|dustry had been signed, and
{workers and employers had come
to vealise that they were partners
rather than opponents in indus-
try and that they must work to-
ecther for the welfare of them.
selves and of the island.

| UK. Fighting

is aimed at self



; ~ .
To Hold Empire
Preferences
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON Aug, 25,—
Britain seems to be ‘facing
another hard fight to hold on
tc her Empire preferences —
already assaulted and dented by

international trade conferences
at Geneva and Torquay.

A new assault is expected to
be linked up with any new
financial aid which may be

sought by Britain after the Com-
monwealth Prime Ministers meet
in London in November,

Alfred Friendly of the Wash-

THER REPORT

Nil

to date: 1.4

, ad
Wind Velocit!” € m
Barometer (9 aan.)

Sunset: é
Moon; New, August 20
Lighting: 7.00 pom.

, Mighty . iat m., 7.19 p.m,
Low Tide a.m... 12.92 p.m

FIVE CENTS





|



ter

Ssh

UNITED NATIONS fighter-boniners
and carrier-based Navy planes
have struck a giant Communist
troop and supply fase at Nam-
yang on the Korean west coast,
leaving 300 buildings gutted and
in fames. Five large explosions

Chief Tried To
Dupe Senate

——————



were reported as dead-eye Allied

bombers blasted Red ammunition

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. stores. More than 200 planes took
Senate investigators said that part in the attack. (Central Press}
Lieutenant General Lewis A. Pick, |— ame

Chief of United States Army
Engineers, tried to deceive them
about the multi-billions dollars
United States airbase contruction
“flaseo” in Freneh Morocco.

A Senate preparedness sub-
committee, aided by Senator Lyn-

Rance Opens
W.I. Lawyers

don B. Johnson, demanded that Conf *¢
Army Secretary Frank C. Pace erence
Jnr. take “appropriate action’

(From Our Own Correspondent)



against the three star general and
determine’ whether “disciplinary
action” is warranted against any|..~!
of the military officers involved nant ee ot eee
in the North African air base | ing Governes feces aaiaa come
construction programme. | Perea to bear the S.C.A.C, report

Pick, who supervised the con- in mind during the ‘discussions
struction of the Ledo road across He said he had no doubt that in
Burma during World War II, has | their discussions, reference would
turned over to Pace a report! b: made to the’ proposed federal
answering the investigators’ | court as recommended in the
charges. Presumably Pick’s r¢ port SC.A.C. report.
wll not be published until it has
been delivered to the sub-com- In what wa
mittee, probably some time today.|tion might a
i its report the sub-committee | bh:

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 25,
Opening a conference of British

that recommenda-
t their f ns
did not know, “but Ido ask

alo demanded that Pace “take! You to bear it in mind.”

all necessary steps to assure that A) ; i
the confusion, delay, indecision, a OWeat hte ers ear aes
ar at waste which occurred in}. , Guiana are attending the first
Moreceo is not repeated in the conference of barristers: of the
x lunee of the airbase construe- | wibbean, Two main itéms on
ti ) programme”. [ft said that!ti» short agenda are a permanent
P we should determine “immedi-! st Indian Court of Appeal and
ately

whether government
enforceable claims
One (ULP,)

Detective Killed
In Gunfire Clash

From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 25.
kille

has ia General Association of. the Bar
any- of the British Caribbean,

{' is expected that the parley
' last up to next Prid. in-
“ad of two weeks as ovtginalig.
guested, ;

Persia Will Sell
Oil.Do Maly, US

against



§
fe!



doseerive was d and an-

other injured during a

gunfire clash between two parties HAMBURG, Aug. 25.
of plain-clothes eee at Penal,| Persia has concluded her first
South Trinidad. The victim is de-|0il agreement with the govern-
tective constable Stanfield Wil-|ments of the United States and

lialy, and is selling them her oil
at 20 per cent below world mar-
ket prices, Senator Hussein Makki
said here today. Makki is Secre-
tery General of the Persian Oil
Nationalisation Board.—wU,P.

W. EUROPE CAN SUPPL}
50 DIVISIONS IN 1952
By J. J. MAHON

Two Replaced
PARIS, Aug, 25.
CAULU, Aug, 25. Western Europe can meet ite
Tibet's Chinese Communist ad-| pledge of 50 defence divisions by
ministration recalled to Lhaha}the end of 1952 and is exercising
from Kalimpong two members of|the maximum of effort to do it.

liams, 32, of San Fernando C.I.D.
Lloyd Smart, another detective
was wounded in an ineident which
occurred at 5 o’elock, Both par-
ties were armed with warrants
for the arrest of a wanted man,
and the shooting was due to an
error,



a A





















~~

ington Post one of the capital's
most trustworthy and best in-
formed reporters writes today
that four mgin points are being
studied independently by the
British and American officials:

(1)Five to ten year agree-
ments under which the United
Slates will buy commonwealth
tow materials in a limited price

the Tibetan Trade Mission to India(But not a single allied military
and replaced them with a promin-jcommander would venture to
ent businessman and Lama resi-
dent at Kalimpong. os

guess at what will happen to the
“planned” buildup over the next
two years.—U.P.

range (2) Large United States
investments in underdeveloped
areas of commonwealth (3) A
campaign to lower American
tariffs so that the Sterling
nations can inerease dollar ex-~
ports. (4) Dollar — aid with .

one object of Britain freeing the
pound.
The commonwealth conference
|v ll have to give them a go
“ad to any plan which accepts

these ideas, Tonight a spokes-
jini at the British Embassy in
W ishington said: “Any talks so

{ have been merely tentative.

None of this information came!

from Our side but it is a very ;

nelligent piece of American

thinking |
We are glad it's been put!



before the American people.”

Flying Saucers

Over San Francisco |

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25.

“ former air force B-29 me-

chanie and scientifie lecturer said |

on Monday that he saw two silver i
objects flying east over the San



Francisco airport “at terrific |
speeds”, |
Robert Gardner, 38, of San|

Francisco said that he and his |
wife both observed objects at 5.30 |
p.m. on Sunday, and he was con-
vinced that they were “not from |
the earth”, Gardner, who said pe |
was with the Air Force in the}
Pacifie during World War II, said |
that the objects looked like “cross
sections of a cone clipped off at}
hoth ends.” They were silver grey |



in colour —O.P.



Move and more.
| people ave saying ~

ww

53 Wives Join

Their Husbands

TUNIS, Aug. 25. _ |
Fifty-three wives of the deposed |

Tunisian Ministers Salah Ben}
Youssef and Mohammed Badra !
left for Cairo on Monday to join
{ the husbands. The former min- |
j iste were in France last spring!
j when the then Premier Moham-
med Chenik and his cabinet were |
hooted out of office by the French
Resident General Jean de Haute- | -
l ie. They ent into ee |
anc n fled ¢ he Middle East
U.P.




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1952



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els The marian memes AME BS ee ech J, it. lives. Before'the Fint World} : _ oer ~ {COMPLETE WITH INSTRUCTIONS) $2.28 PER SET
1e ma ze of Anthony Eden 5 ‘ o ; jar King George VY was anxious} ae
Pilnted by the Advocate Ce., Ltd., Brews 4%. Bridsetewm fio Miss Clarissa Churchill was - 3 to evel “an pois d Sia with thet Behind A Pa / Rise ? PAE e SEA ery CARS: -- i= =
she - ih teem * obi . been divorced and re-married. Irish nationalists. All the time} hg e
Sepia sf. Ss inicio 1e€ Week. ac ed of es © Sir Walter Monckton and Mr. he was counselling his Ministers |
Tuesday, August 26, 1952 ~ es — ae Office Peter Thorneycroft have not to be moderate anfi he later de-| From NEWELL ROGERS
. in estministar oO see

ADVOCATE





3 on
“rc coe Fr = rene been subject to this form of attack plored some of Winston Church-
nost debonair Foreign secretary from the “Church Times.” But ill’s strong hand measures. Dur-|

married to the charming niece of , dthility ; '
: & he ssit é y Ede Great W K was |
Winstop Churchill. ne possibility that Anthony Eden ing the t War the King was

NEW YORK.
THE average American’s income is now



STATIONERY



Short Sharp Shock

THE emphasis which has been given in
Barbados in recent years by the Police

Unhappily the happy néws has vill become Premier does, from a. balancing force. He never| (
Unhapr ay: the apy Hews ; . the technical point of view, put wanted to see the last of any} £565, ten per cent more than a year ago.
ot beer allowed to rest at that. jim in a different group. It is Prime Minister—he did not like}

The bride, (who hag something iways different And no one is more pleased than the women.

to explain to changes. He ‘tried to stop Lloyd| P
For today the results of a national survey

ibout her appearance reminiscent ¢oyeign visitors that the Church George from holding an election |

SS



x9f the Churchill countenance), f England is heade »’ the i 1ediate after th war.| bas c t

Force on prevention of crime has resulted } was photographed chatting win Sovertlinn ol altaaee pg 0 Later el. Solty ¥6' nae Lioyd| Show that women want money more than
. ° , we , oY “te a es y 4 -n, § . ‘ }
in the growth of Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs "Uncle while Anthony Eden of thé Church are appointed by George go—but thought, incor-| men. Perhaps the women made the men

eR a - —— party St = —— the queen on the adviea of her rectly, that he would soon be i hard h t {
throughaut the’ island. si ee Caeniat "The prir Prime Ministers. As the rules of back. Soon the King had to face| WOT harder to earn that extra ten per oe . ;
According to reports these clubs are J c.ue of a journal, that rarely the Church on marriage are the first Labour Prime Minister) The pollsters say that only one woman in \

ngine beneficial Pa makes the newspaper. headlines clearly as the “Church Times” coming to him with a_ Cabinet. t feels her husband should ii the last
proving beneficial to many young persons - Sdn es ent ‘S: makes them to be there would be King George V received Ramsay| ten feels her husban ou ave the las
and provide opportunities for young per- J this strain ae ae suanething inconpraniee, at least, areeels with great peerene. word in spending his pay.

. tae a ae ; aving Bis S 3 inte » His eat concern was “ o the LIN ‘
sons to equip themselves for good citizen- J | iro ennawiane “ i. pore advice at team whaen’ ioceaka right thing.” “He himself decided They found that 32 per cent. of husbands © FRENCH ae od ghrp en CHOPPER ;
ad Secretary, during the lifetime of \7. ), eat ot - ee noe 5 tet i ‘4 ¥ UTT — a
ship. a [iis wife, whom he divorced in life cannot receive the blessing that it would not be felt for the) have little or no say in how their:money |i). @ COFFEE MILLS & MINCERS in Three Sises

” arativ: » ; OF +g ass entire i . als §

Pinas ei on ce 1068, comtinl pass entirely without "1 that seems eth eek combine merely tes keep out, the goes. \ @ EGG WHISKS — ELECTROPLATED TEA STRAINERS }
offences for the year 1946—5 ublishe ey ‘eration or So 3 _ argument for changing the organ- first Labour Government, uh {
aie tettck report an sed eat eae as met h or ed Ne ta lsation of the Church—not for et ioe. conened ———— Factory workmen let their wives hold @ DRAIN RACKS ASBESTOS STOVE MATS < ¥

= ; : nas ‘ +». interfering in the political career ca a uckingham a E . . 9 a
Force shows that 60 more offences against ey ‘ave one Se ae Sear nn of Mr, Eden, The same High King came straight to the point the purse-strings more willingly than black- C.S PIT R & co Ph. 4472
it Bo Ba ae aon) Teen owt ‘i iets Church group who express views and asked about some of the Re-| ccated workers. On farms the man is lord of . ° ° )
property and persons were committed in ‘areer and such a a A in the “Church Times” might publican things the wilder Labour {

the purse. Fewer than one farm wife out
of six manages the family cash, -
Money is No. 1 cause of family rows. Not
over how much they have or why they have
so little. But over how it is to be spent.
P.S.: Rising prices forced city housewives
to spend on the average £140 more than

1951 than in 1950 although uae total offences
for 1951 is almost 100 less than in 1946.

“ is : well bring themselves to con- leaders had been saying — and
fecal os pa yr oe template some degree of “dises- why the Red Flag was sung =
that those who occupy the high- tablishment” that would end_ the the Albert Hall. After this =
sst positions in public life may strange intervention of the Gov- start King George V got on —_ er
yreak the Church’s laws without ernment in the appointment of well with his Labour Minis ers |
Bishops and also sweep away any and by the time Ramsay Mac
Donald came back in 1929 the

technical grounds for the Church KS
of England censuring statesmen. King and the Socialist were most
* understanding.

\ i Readers’ will
r
Tale Of A Modern King evidence to bear out the rather

It is significant however that whereas
offences against persons had decreased con-
siderably in 1951 the number of offences
against property that year was higher than

ambarassment or reproach.”

The leading articie in this in-
jependent organ of the “High
*hurch” section of the Church of

England ends by declaring, “The for

1ook any

in any of the years under review. world has now openly rejected The most famous remark ee ; , | their breadwinners earned.
The problem of juvenile crime therefore [the Jaw of Christ in this as _in recorded by ex-King Farouk was tow eng, Bes ede t his The average city family’s income is
} or J 7 nuch else. This fact may make the appropriate comment, several that was emphasis - y
son’s Memoirs, Edward VIII

remains a problem and any new methods of
dealing with the young offender deserve
attention by local authorities.

In the United Kingdom yesterday there
opened at Kidlington, Oxfordshire a new
type of “short, sharp shock” detention
centre, the first of its kind to be provided
under the Criminal Justice Act 1948.

marriage’ after divorce ‘respecta- years ago, “Soon there will be
yle’ in the eyes of a pagan genera- only five Kings left in the world
ion. But it does not make it one —The Kings of Hearts, Diamonds,
whit the more right.” Spades and Clubs, and the King
So, as many people feared, this of England.”
sentroversy has blown up. Other Harold Nicolson has com-
newspapers have counter-attack- pleted the task of writing the
1d sharply. While respecting the official biography of King George
sincerity of the views of the V, and his book is full of sur-
digh Churchmen the “Manchester prises, both personal and politi-
juardian” prints a tart leader cal. King George V emerges as
inder the heading “Intolerance”, a man of great personal stature,
ind the “Evening Standard” con- political sagacity, and moderating
sludes that “Divorce and re- wisdom, The book shows very
narriage cannot affect Mr. Eden’s clearly how it is that the throne

£1,535 a year.
of savings.

The £140 had to come out

certainly saw the most awkward
side of his father and the states- |
men saw the best. There is very
little indication here of the
heavy-handed father.

History has been clarified with
the description of what happened
to turn out Labour in the crisis
of 1931. It is good to see that
this was not in fact a Palace
Revolution, but a result of an
effort by a Liberal, (Sir Herbert
Samuel, now Lord Samuel) to
reach a compromise,

BACK into New York pile 6,000 holiday-
makers in scores of ships. So all holidays
for Customs inspectors have been cancelled.

GENERAL Omar Bradley, Joint Staffs
Chief, is to appear with Rosalind Russell in a
scene of a film comedy “Never Wave At A
Wac”—the U.S, Army girls. i

THE QUESTION of reviving the public



At this detention centre young offenders
will be deprived not only of liberty, but

political abilities one way oF of England endures as a political oa ,
of everything making for “a good time”. Jinother. And the public are in force of great value in'the Britit’ A good deal of fun has been| Whipping post. for youths guilty of purse-
q . ; waa no mood to penalize a man’s Commonwealth. had here at the report from| . : :
The centre has been designed as an [i jic career, because, when one As for the surprises; here are Japan that a wayside. station- snatching and assaults on women in New



varriage fajls, he finds happiness a few. King George V. personally
n another.” suggested the great visit to India
There are, indeed, some politi- for a Durbar—much to the sur-
ral fissues connected with this prise of his Ministers who thought
uestion that are worth discuss- the scheme extravagant. Thus he
ng. As articles point out there invented the custom of the Royal ctation—in the words of the song
re now three members of Mr. family touring the Common- “Qh, Mr, Porter, what shall I
‘hurchill’s Government who have wealth that is now a part of all do!”

alternative to imprisonment. It will pro-
vide treatment for youths’who have not
developed a complete anti-social attitude,
but who need to be taught that the law
cannot be defied with impunity. At the
Kidlington centre accommodation is pro-
vided for 60 boys over 14 and under 17
years of age. Courts using the centre will
in some cases be able to order up to six
months detention but the normal period
served will be ten weeks. .

master arranges classes of gymnas-
tics for passengers who have to
wait for a train. After some days of
mirth a correspondent suggested
that this would be ideal at Crewe

York streets is raised tonight by the World
Telegram. It says an unnamed “Roman Catho-
lic prelate” is all for it.

A LIVELY skirmish between “Attlee
faithfuls and Bevan hopefuls” crackles in
the New York Times Magazine’s. letter
column. It is over the kind of man Aneurin
Bevan is, and what makes him tick. Essen-
tially anti-Christian and Marxist, says
Earle A. Newman, Not anti-Christian at all,
replies J. E. Jones. His quarrel is with the
“machinery of Christianity used by the rul-
ing class.”

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Only physically fit boys will be sent

to the centre because strenuous activities These wispy-light RAYON

: i Terrible Tawm from Texas, NATO, the Mutual Defence Pro- “IT want to see Europe succeed HOLLYWOOD'S new find is—you would |
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sharp shock” treatment they will be re- man in pushing foreign policy treaty, and the West Germany nally word slipped in—‘unifiedly :

British character actor. Remember him in
‘Great Expectations,” “The Mudlark,” and
Quo Vadis”? Right now he is the busiest

hrough Congresseranged over his
55. years of publi¢ service.

But there was little terrible
about Senator Thomas Terry Con-

peace contract. tailor

Suit,

to resist aggression.’
=

Rank means little to Terrible
Tawm in conversation.

into the smartest

ceiving. Per Yard — $3.61

Early morning physical training will
begin the day at the centre. followed by

“On January 3, when Congress
dies, I die with it,

domestic tasks, school for boys under 15,
and work and necessary activities. In the
evening there will be more physical train-
ing gymnastic instruction and education

ally, most testy man in American
polities—chairman, of the Senate
foreign Relations Committee—
who is retiring ip five months,

The worries’ are already slip-

_Not literally, young man, not “I think in Spain I shall talk actor in the movies.
literally, but I can’t talk about with Mr. Franco, about NATO and/|
what I'll do.” co-operation. We are negotiating
i " : for military and naval bases there.
Three times the Senator light- ath Ae ‘ ,
ed’. hia. Neeagar’’- and: brushed Spain is a part of Europe’s secu-

fallen hairs coming from his white iy

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House has printed 109,000 Russian books

g

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ibove “the Senate floor, while
ais rasping voice has torn into
pponents of aid for Europe.

since January. They print: 1. Russian classics |
not available from the Soviet Union; 2. books!
on Moscow’s black list; 3. books by Soviet

of Texture GABARDINES,
weighing 11 ozs. per yard
and priced at $11.87

studies. mane, Did, the Senator ever say Britain
should not interfere in the ques-
tion of American bases in Spain?

Certainly not. If I did I didnt

“Seegars is a pleasure I share
with your Prime Minister, Having



Boys under 15 will receive full time

Junch with him at Chartwell. : exiles; 4. i ary, .
compulsory education and those over 15 “Funny thing,’ he said in his Never been there before. Been to, ean it. var sete aig os ee _ These are the colours:
will have to attend evening classes. London hotel, “I had a notion Chequers, though, ‘Kinda Interfered’ WEY torn tence Oho =

ston Churchill.

OFF to active service march 2,000 armchair
air force officers — food service, personal
affairs, postal, athletic, historical and public
relations officers. It is the air force answer
to Congress complaints of manpower waste.

KING FEISAL of Iraq, on a visit to
America, has given £1,000 towards the
building of a new £700,000 mosque in Wash-
ington. Today he inspected the naval
academy at Annapolis before flying to
Detroit, the car capital.

A RED-HEADED man and a red-headed
woman in a green car crashed through two
police barricades in the mountains of Utah
and started a manhunt tonight.

For the man is 42-year-old William Merle
Martin, top on the list of killers wanted by
the G-men. He killed a Kansas City deputy
sheriff in a gun fight and stole the car to

ynce to be a newspaper man. Up
it college | worked for a month
mn a local paper. They decided
they could get along without me,
i decided I could get along with-
mut them, That’s how I came
o take up law.”

His First Vote
Terrible Tawm has roused the
inger and admiration alike of
Americans. His first vote was in
9.7--for war against Germany.

Formative social training will also be
given and particular attention will be paid
to the inculeation of personal standards
of cleanliness, obedience and good manners.

Arrangements are also being made for
the opening of a senior centre next year
to accommodate, boys between 17 and 21

How far Barbados would benefit from
similar detention centres is a matter 0!
opinion, but the idea of “short, sharp
shock” centres to deter the young offender
from a life of crime seems eminently suit-
able in any community.

“Retirement for me is sure and
ni ’ ’ “I shan’t go to Rome, though I've
certain, I’m 75, But I'll be around , great regard for that chap

; : ar ae
atin ta oon — _ Caesar. Used to read him in Latin

= ay z Skee one time—but hell, I spent so
aw ee ~ 1740, but I’ve still much time finding ‘out what the
ri . words meant it kinda interfered

By Car

with the meaning.”

He is now’ going to Scotland,
travelling down slowly by car to
view Lakeland, York Minster, «Guess it will. But I can’t make

a the Sees before going to any forecasts of thé result. I think
ena it will be a very close thing.
There the real business starts. “Must be getting alorig, son,”
He will see American ambassa- he wound up. “Mrs. Connally
dors, Ministers and Services top doesn’t like being kept waiting.
men in Switzerland. Germany, It’s been a long life in politics,
France, Belgium, Austria, Hol- but you've got to stop some time.
land, and Spain. —L.E.S.

BLACK
NAVY
GREY
FAWN
BROWN

fa) Da Costa
= & Co., Ltd.

Would it be Strange not con-
testing an election this year?

4yPightin’ and feudin’ against
isolatiwaism after the first war
was tough, I supported Wilson and
he establishment of the League
of Nations.

“I helped Lease-Lend through
Congress, the Marshall plan,

—+— — ————$_



5 e
Our Readers Say:
e
tions of Employers, may. well be island, “Well done for a magni-

regarded as an open conspiracy ficent job,” for I am sure that no
against the consumer, They can ‘one can lay any blame on them

Sugar

JUST over a week ago 4,000 tons of
bulk raw sugar from Jamaica were off-

1 New Name for Capitalism
loaded at the Liverpool docks. Within the ee Pp

ro the Editor, the Advocate,



next year ‘Liverpool expects to off-load SIR,—Kindly grant me space to arrange hours, wage scales, and for the small fillies in the creole
: ‘ : say I was glad to see the letter S77anse ows Ny pea for the bad! escape.
some 300,000 to sug. say vas vq etter prices to suit themselves and classes, nor even for e \ :
e tons of sugar shipped in bulk. rom Mr. G. F, Sharp in Thursday's iaens the publie anything they starting in the farcial G class A policeman at Tonopah, Nevada, mistook |!
Plans are already being made to deliver | Advocate’ on the subject, a8 jike in reason, They are the faces. That also goes for the) , Qa, ¢, Martin’ d fi
the sugar from the bulk ship by mechani- |above, which I introduced. In Jodern monopolists.” starter whose patience I am sure or artin’s and opened fire. He

fact, I am always glad to see con-
tributions from him, he usually
has some substantial ideas to offer
on practical issues.

was taxed to the utmost.

wounded Mrs. Delia Hill and her daughter

cal means to a sugar warehouse near the Patsy, aged 13

quay,

That is a real danger and it has sk
to be guarded against, as monopo- If any. criticisms are to be made,
lies by big trusts in the U.S.A. I feel that they should be made

. His quotations from a calling for controlling legislation, along these Linas viz: the dping * * *

ince the quantity of sugar expected to | weighty sources concerning € showed,..But is there no real away with the five and a ha :
be off-load Pies Li a 1 ’ iwc 'the decline and death of the old con- power in the public spirit and the furlong gates and erecting in its THE men oe the factory assembly line
ne off-loaded at Liverpool during the next | ceptions of Socialism: as ‘the Christian conscience? These place, a five furlong which would} and the men in the coal pits are: restless.

12 months exceeds by much more than | nationalisation of production, dis~ should be earnestly cultivated. — give ample room to start about



twice the export-quota which Barbados
is allotted under the bulk-purchasing
agreement between the Ministry of Food
and the West Indian Sugar Producers’ Asso
ciation the possible effect of bulk-shipment
on the final price to be received for Barba-
dian sugar is of compelling interest.

Because advantages which it is hoped will
be gained from the shipment of bulk sugar
include the quicker turn-round of ships,
better storage facilities and a reduction in
costs.

If Barbadian sugar continues not to be
shipped in bulk When other sugar pro-
ducing countries have switched to this
method of transportation for the reasons
enumerated above, one of two things must
happen. Kither the producer and work-
ers in the sugar industry will receive a
diminishing portion of the agreed sugar
price as handling costs increase or a dimin-
ution of the quota allowed to Barbados

will be necessary to offset the higher
charges of non-bulk-shipped sugar. The
experience of the néxt 12 months ought to

be decisive,

} main €
| method of securing goodwill be-

ital

tribution and exchange’ were
very interesting, and stimulating
‘o one’s reflections on the sub-
ject.

But I am sorry he did not deal
directly and seriously with my
proposition—that the best

Capital and Labour and
“ficiency in Industry, is by
wranging for represertatives, of
the rank and file workers to have
\ place on the Board of Directors
of a business and share in its

tween

| management, even. to the point of

the distribution of the profits—or
losses, if they occur,

I should like to add here that
they should be allowed, assisted,
to secure a few shares in the Cap-
of the undertaking, if any
way possible.

That, I submit, is the point we
should give earnest attention to

‘in Barbados as is being done with

much advantage otherwhere, and
if cordially adopted it seems clear
that many benefits would accrue
~some of which I specified in my

| second article.



There was, however, one para-
graph in Mr. Sharp's letter which
bears closely on the situation; I

| will venture to quote it:

|

Intelligently

i Tra

run and well-or-
Unions produ-
boration with well

nised and 1anaged Federa

of
}

One other point. IT wish to quote twenty to twenty-five
a weighty statement from Lord properly:
Lyle’s speech at the recent annual
meeting of the West Indian Sugar
Co, on May 2\st. I forgot to include
it in my articles,

The only regrettable incident
which I can remember is the fol-

: Trafalgar handicap when Jockey
‘For my part, Tremain convinced Joseph fell off Colleton and sus-
that with co-operation between tained an injury to his right leg

employers and employed, aided by and I must compliment the Club

sound and efficient government for the ample way in which they
Jamaica can progress, aren Ph looking after him. And to you
a fuller file for her people. Mr. Joseph, the racin ublic
FRANCIS GODSON Barbados is in deep Guicelen aie
are looking forward to seeing vou
straddle many more winners both
here

Mid-Summer Races

and in your homeland, in
To the Editor, the Advocate, the not too distant future,
SIR, —The Mid-Summer race
meeting of the Barbados Turf RACEGOER.

Club which was a record break-
ing one, will live in the memories
of the racing fraternity for quite f
a while. Not only on_geount of To the Editor, the Advocate,
the record of the 2s. Big Sweep,
but from every sphere in racing.

Although I have heard repeat-
edly, criticism against those who
run racing in Barbados, because
they don’t own horses (and such
criticism is rife at this ‘particular

Class Distinctions

too desirous of maintaining class
distinctions in our little island.
It is the difference which exists
between the so called classes
which brings discontent and dis-
satisfaction. not so much the gov-
ernment’s policy.








time) I would like to say that i

anyone looking on at any gamé If Mr. C. B. Rock the writer of
can see the mistakes the actual Middle Class in Friday’s issue
player is making and generally would meditate and contemplate
an give a word of advice, .that is, on LOVE, he would rejoice ean
if the player will accept it, and the be s of other people ‘the |
put it into practice advar of th island os a

I, therefore, say » those gen- whole forget about classes
vhi in racir th

CHRISTIAN,

horses

lowing. namely, the spill in the

SIR,—I think that people are

They want more money—and other things.
What makes them unhappy?
j Their friends in the steel mills have got |
handsome rises. ' |
Now union chief John L. Lewis orders his!
475,000 United Mineworkers to stop digging’
coal for a week and mourn miners “killed,
in this savage industry.” |



It is Lewis’s unchallenged legal right tc!
order the stoppage under his contract with |
the mineowners. But it coincides with the
opening of negotiations between them for a
new labour contract. ;

IN industry after industry wage talks go!
on between more than 400 companies and,
their workpeople. .

Wage increase demands are moderate— |
from 5d. to 1s. an hour. But the workers also!
ask for such things as: election day off with |
pay; birthdays off with pay; a birthday
bonus of 10 to 15 dollars (£3 10s. to £5 5s.)

| and retirement pay of 125 dollars (£44 10s.)
| a month.





TWENTY-NINE women are. running fer
Congress. They could set a record. Never |

have more than 11 women been élected at |
' one time.



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TUESDAY, AUGUST 26,

1952

Falsification Case Resumed

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

“Maasdam” Will Make
Caribbean Cruise In 1953



Examiratiors For
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Decanting

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PAGE FIVE

100 Homeless

After Blaze

JUDGE’S DECISION Aly Files to Rita chapters O din KL. en >< ane
EXPECTED TODAY . the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, told a: Press ricn 24S {GENERAL ee ee GRENADA, aug. 25
} iA; g é er oO be, é ress rivse Class Honours—Hue, L. & alee’ incall neal

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MeMorris, T. C.:

His Sir Charles

Woolley will open the Ruimveld

Excellency

A fire early
destroyed

Sunday morning
five houses including

ion a worker tenemé@nt leaving about
‘ : : - Ber- Degantinit Centre, which com- 4° ao
tered the S.S. Maasdam to make a Caribbean cruise with ,.. a er ac a pe are, ' 100 homeless, nearly half of
i i j i over 400 tourists next year. The ship is due in Barbados Soros ri in ete: prises nine buildings and costs them children. Starting in a
is arraigned for falsification of accounts on or about August ” : S HEXt years ship ” AS tam RM Whitten about half a million dollars, and furniture shop owned by — Joe
31, last year, resumed at the Court of Grand Sessions yes- on January 15, 1953: cee AM unt nt WEY Nouse 190 families from the Pitt on. Hughes Street iy spread
terday bef Mr. Justi y . Mr. Maxwell's mission is to make advance arrange- eee ae ss - Deane, Albuoystown slum area to the tenement and other houses.
erday ore . Justice J. W. B. Chenery. It has been me ie : sae Pass—Bailey, R. H. A.; Drakes, hous:
adjourned until to-day = ments for the cruise in the ports comprising the itinerary. J, C. L.; Morgan, G. W. F: Omar- Pesta “ahead with ike aaa ne ee = the ae ae
" ‘ He said that they had become from three to six months. de " a Rprdihviioe i Sah an etic on Tyrre reet occupied by J.
«&, “The Attorney General, Hon C. Wylie, who with Mr. ade eclnethes ahuck ta Mae” heed Sad Mr. ilateate EXAMINATION clearance pis BD ag rene to R. Davis, Cable ant Wireless ‘
F. E Field, is prosecuting for the Crown, said that the opment of passenger traffic within John Battle, Governor of Virgi- IN SCIENCE pene we ee a od own, employee.
Prosecution ‘will call more witnesses the ports of Hampton Roads, nia, and his wife will be making Ajj, E.; Archer. L. deV : East: n, “overnment has already begun Relief Centres were organised
¢ , pment » tha onibiel oS ate aaa Fal, Rng FREE : A. »» BastMan, preparation of land in La Peni- and a ublic fund launched
% S which as they knew was on the the cruise. They were all inter- Y. E.; Holness, F. A.; Isaacs. I. A ee Py Pr r oe a Pp c
His Lor said that he will drawn to some extent and he was Atlantic Coast and the Head- ested in seeing the place where , tence for tne layout of the-half a
rule this morning as to whether not too happy about it. He rang

the case is strong enough to go up Squires at the end of the

quarters of the U.S. Navy.

George Washington stayed when



Lam, I. R.; Maynier, H. M.; New



nillion dollars Housing Scheme to

headed by the Governor.



man, D. G.; Small, K. A.; Will 8; " ‘ ‘a { : j
Cargo Traffic he was here. JA; Yap Sam, J. C.; Young, $C ean re 100 families in

to the jury. month and asked him if he had They were enjoying a flourish. Mr. Maxwell leaves to-day for J. , Bee Le at memo aga yy : ok

Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated a fair number of cartons, and ing cargo traffic, but they had Caracas, SECOND EXAMINATION FOr No definite date has been oe Buckler
with Mr. F; G. Smith are counsel Squires told him he had. He found it necessary to increase the . oor AL DEGREES _ for the transfer of residents of t ae T; ed
for Squires. instructed Squires not to make passenger traffic and so about two Vial a utehmnan ‘S 3. Pleo Di M alien t ° Dx a ec aire ransferr :

He_is charged with having on any more orders for any; but de- years ago a group of businessmen | fa an M ry Netice Ratan, PN: Read “N. | Seaa- Las Gein Senta ta
or about August 31, 1951, while he spite that, bills were still coming known as the Twenty-first Street ~ * wy Ne tice xe RO! ‘tong s F “a Lut meanwhile Government is To Malaya
was a clerk or servant of D, Vv, for some which were ordered, He Businessmen Association came

Scott & Co, Ltd., with intent to
defraud made or concurred in
making a false entry in a book
belonging to, or in the possession

enquired about it and he believed
that it was from that the letter
arose.

Deficiency

forward with the idea of charter-

ing a ship and taking a cruise.
hey convinced the Holland

America Line and last year they

World Opinion On
Reece Relations

Weatherhead, R. J.; Burke, L. M.:
Clark, B. M.; Clarke, H, D.; Forbes
R. L; Minott, O. D. O.; Mitchell
D. B.; Rodgers, P. E. B

carrying out negotiations for the
purchase of two blocks of *build-
ings in this slum area from which
the families will be removed,

MR. B. C. BUCKLER, British
Council Representative in British

. ai ; Guiana has been transferred to
The buildings in these two blocks
é The following candidates have - a Malaya, and will leave the Colony
chartered the New Amste hile a ‘ aod . vill be pulled down, one block will = s
of D, V. Scott, his employer, The deficiency was close to for a cruise that covered the cae LONDON, Aug. 25. — been referred in Pharmacology about the middle of September for
purporting to show that on Au- 7,000 gallons.

gust 31, rum vats 1, 2, and 3, the

Cross-examined, he said that he



of La Guaira, Venezuela, Curacao
and Jamaica.

It is believed that South African
Premier Dr. Malan

Bannister, L. B.; Been, T. E

Boland, F. N.; Browne, Y.

be used for residential houses, and
the other, in keeping with the

the United Kingdom. Mr. Buckler

may take B Li r M. E.: Greater Georgetown Plan, will be @"Tived in British Guiana in
property of D. V. Scott and Co. believed that from the figures PRINCE Aly ‘Khan thlks mto a In January tis year they had noe of India’s efforts to mobilise ees G, a - sore, 0% utilised for industrial concern. ee. fg ony will thus my?
Ltd., at Cheapside, Bridgetown, shown to him, Squires had pre- microphone held by a newsman Chartered the S.S. Ryndam, Saas sedate 7 ee. ae Mitchell, M. E.; Standard, K. Lx Soe < : ill Socket ~ His aba” will be
contained respectively 2,796, sented the correct stock which as he arrives at Los Angeles In- another Holland-American ship Gay's News Chrosigie. ” °” -Theobalds, N.C’ M.; Box, D, V.M.. , The Legislative Council will Colony. His successor a :
1,380 and 2,820 proof wine gal- should have been at Cheapside. ternational Airport, for a visit @%d had made a thirteen days ““}y,/ alearan the Indian Gov- Christian, D. E. thortly be asked to are er hioht announced at the end of August.
lons. It was possible to think of rum with his estranged wife, actress ‘tip to Colombia, Panama, Cuba ernment’s decision to bring “the FIRST EXAMINATION FOR ‘Stimate of about another ha
Order for Rum in casks in terms of rum in vats. Rita Hayworth, and their duugn- 924 Nassau.

Mr. Gladstone Jones qa Clerk
ef D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd., said that
Squires would usually get an
order from Mr. D. V. Scott © or

He was not blaming Squires for
the loss in any way. From the let-
ter Squires wrote, he gathered
that he was in a bewildered




ter, Yasmin. The Prince, loa‘iec
down with packages of toys

the youngster, refused to d ss



In each case they had tried to
do three things (1) Give the pas-
Sengers a sightseeing tour ashore,
(2) Receive and return any offi-

question of race relations in Soutn
Africa before the United Nations”
this liberal paper said editorially.
“The biggotry of part of the white

MEDICAL DEGREES
The following candidates have
passed the whole examination
Alleyne, G. A. O Antrobus

million dollars for the construction
cf four more flats of similar size
for the housing of smaller families,

At La Penitence where the 100

It has not yet been determined
how Government will dispose of
these cottages, whether they will
be sold outright, but indications

' aires re that they will be sold to
ie 5 : A.C. K.; Bethel. C. W. M.; Clarke, cottages will be erected is already ®re 3 : =a

r ‘ the possibility of a reconciliation. + a re od , South African population on the x oo. on Sd inc : nein ae ‘eparati - tenants on a rental hire purchase
himself to ship rum when rum State of mind and afraid. setapedt sa ele ate = Sepechinity ter oy aa Ib isi. Wuestion of colour is not answer- ion Ww Ty bao We Dik % a tee Pe basis, The money for construction
was to be shipped. Between the The Attorney General said he ntuane, 45. raeer™ barnttbatias able to reason, and the current Munroe J. R. S.: Reece, N. B.W hatdene ‘A ctual construction of of these buildings has already
Periiies ea erie etre: Wanted permission to ametid: the B t O aboard and discuss any business P#ssive disobedience campaign “phe foliowing candidates hav» these buildings will start later been approved by the Legislative
Squires was given an order for indictment by deleting the word, oa whers possibilities , "modelled on Gandhi's tactics in been referred in the subjects as this year. Council.
the shipment of rum. Later in “stock” which said which kind of : India is not likely to sueceed wheve shown: .
September he called on him to book the falsification was made R L Ports Of Call reason fails. “It is hard to say “ Munroe, BE. G. (biology); Rag-
enquire about the order and in. epay oans This cruise at present being what could move South Africa’s beer, M. S. (biology); Sylveste
Squires told him that he was Mr. Barrow said that permis- present leaders to a more toler- ;

working on it.
The ship that would take it was
to leave towards the end of Sep-

i 5 ve ‘ opinion, haps Dr. Malan might ination by passing in the sub- al
boat-owners, against loans. This au Prince, Haiti, La Guaira, 0P!0M, Per * amination by p g
tember. .On the last. Friday in ever since that there was evi- makes a total of $48,836.05 re- Venezuela. The ‘entire group Pave some regard to aie ject or subjects shown against their ¢
September, he discovered that dence that the book in question paid to dafe. The outstanding would then be taken overland to ut we m, J (physics, biology)
ooeree did not be up for work was not a stock book. balance to the end of July is oe The ane wee ene I t Adj. d cone a ¥ Sete’ : a
an e€ went to the Company’s ; x ‘s ._ $42,191.10. arbados an e next Fort de J7p ues ourie Pe atte lology):. eo
Ss : ‘ . C K, E. (phvsies, biology); Line
compartment Sp Chespside to eo antes “ae teen Atiooee eaeeye Collected foe. bad the Bis tee ee Th q J a3 (biology }; March, T. O BLUE - FLAME
whether he had left the Customs Genaral ‘has sane application for month amounted to $29.56 © this alin would be dh SS Mas A iS The inquest touching the (physics); Melbourne, R. A, (phy-
peg sc there for the shipment the-arientinant of ie dndictantt ae Sota Samer in in- The trip ite said hed eae ok aateh of Arnold Hope a labourer gics, biology); Shilletto, M. D
of rum. Set erest paid in to date. : a rt, ospect, St. James was yes~ hysics); Thwaites, R. E. D
He did not find a warrant but a eee - ‘he ae _ Pot fish and Snapper fish- i ped an of view terday adjourned sine die by His tee biology).
he noticed a rubber band v ‘ich *Stoc efore book, an ™ ing got off to an early start, and >} thaaa’, ats td ahah enough Worship Mr. &. McLeod {NTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION
he showed to Mr. Thorpe, the Barrow has objected to the many useful catches from large titer ‘of 4 bv Nate Baan appe- Police Coroner of District “A”. IN ARTS
Officer in charge of the Bond, ®mendment. After giving the pots were rec“rded. cases’ when their leave Tany Hope was taken to the Gen- Chin, J. Mj Clarke, P. A. D
and to Mr. D. V. Scott. matter the most careful consider “During the latter part of on cir leave came eral Hospital on

Letter Recéived

On. the first Monday in Septem-
ber, which was a Bank Holiday,
he received a letter from Squires.
The following morning about 7.15
Squires came to him and he told
him he had: better tell Mr. Scott
everything.

He went down to the bond to
check the stock, and it was dis-
covered that all of the vats were
empty.

Squires had never complained
to him about losses at the bond,
but in the letter it was stated that
he had to change a whole staff
oh ‘one occasion because of petty
stealing, and that the rubber
bands found in his desk were
bands he had taken away from a
woman who worked there, and
whom he had dismissed.

He did not expect any clerk
to make entries in a book he had
seen at the bond in the compan~
ies’ compartments, in which cer-
tain entries were made.

Cross Examined
Cross-examined, he said that
the book seemed tg him to be a
memorandum which Squires kept
for his own use, He did not know
Squires’ handwriting.

When he received the letter
from Squires, he took it to be an
explanation of shortages of bot-

tives, and perhaps not even then,
things could not be remedied.
He ‘ ~ that the letter
Squires wrote arcse out of the
fact that he (Mr. Scott) was wo--
ried peout eartons and money
paid for béttling rum which was
done by outside contract, He rath-
er felt that money had been over-

i 2 nd , tee | | IN
h id that he would caught fire and disintegrated in a ers of the ‘Advocate’ and cards can
tles and screw caps. = ae thi sip hog m few minutes. Colonel Arthur = be of any size or shape. iet | | S
D. V. Scott & Co, Ltd. kept o make a ruling this & ; be! 1
i De Bolt was identified by the Air Cards b 5
regauging and retesting instru- Force as the pilot of the F-86D. S ar’ i can ar made py oe, Sane % |
ments at the bond. It was not * : id it is conduct- —painting, rawing, photographic, Yas. | 1
Squires’ duty to regauge and re- ‘Jenkins Roberts’ Tro A rors stig, '* °° os I ete, . Nar rm, WORLD
we ‘ ‘ , Both planes were based at Eglin A: competit t te Jasmin oo. sisi ee ee eres i i
Re-examined, he said that he : be ' ‘ petitor can enter any num- ‘oe, Sous le Vent . 46.00 15.00
took the whole letter, including Brings Lumber 1 Florida Air Force base. . 4 ae ee, but all cards must be be Vers as ieee 0° 46.00 15.08 FAME
the part in which Squires wrote . THE Motor Vessel Jenkins SSS original work, shamps i wees . .
i ‘ re Fol, Arome ........... 35.00 10.00
that when he ‘saw him he would poperts arrived over the week- 3 Preference will be given to cards Ki | oo erauhlie 35.00 10.00 PERFUME
aid not do tf all Gia te pie t0 oe coe eens _ eat NEW | with a Barbadian or West Indian Web) SIM hatin he) Statens 20,00 10.00
vd ’ feet df lumber which she began 1 Ss 30.00 10.00
the shortages of bottles and unloading 307 eeraay._ She also FROM BOOTS 2 ag a to Ree oe : a sore Sesvenis ge +540 a
Cte WsCADS. ., brought 130 cartons of tomatoes e judging will be done by a in Cuir de Russie .... 30.00 10.00 :
Mr. Donald V. Scott, Managing and 20 cartons of pineapples, re: Beceem Few: judging committee which will in- i MVAMAR of ek ves reds 30.00 ©. 10.00 | BUY NOW
Director of D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd, Jenkins Roberts, which is der Antacid — Absor| clude the Editor. Their decision will f Coque D'or .. 20.00 8.06
said that his firm bottled rum for under the command of Capt Fer-|))) For indigestion, corrects = : 6 | ont Deeabicr ..... 17.00 6.00 FOR
export at the Cheapside Rum gisenn, is consigned to Messrs. Acidity, _yolbaven pole and 2 be final. te Rae 17.00 6.00
‘Bond. Squires was employed by A. E, Harris, A discomfo emoves Toxic lone wi s: First— br Bicksits 17.00 6.00
his firm about the middle of 1949, | Three other intercolonial ves-|}} Ferments and restores ap- sS Prizes will be as foilows : First : Ki Quand Vient Lété ; XMAS
is brought th $40.00; Second—$20.00; Third—$10.00; i TD
and had been in charge of the sels. brought cargo over the|{¥ petite. ay a ioe’ of” 86.00 G KNIGHTS LTD. aaa
Company’s compartment at Te hey ee Wal see teas also z an \ two consolation prizes of $5. = | PRES I
Boots Yeast Tablets gr. each. i :
Cheapside. of copra, 135 bags of charcoal, 26 in a of 25. - ‘ ; : ter. | Phoenix Pharmacy.
Book for Notes . on ‘ = A selection of the cards will be dis- Gi
‘ bags of cocoanuts, 210 packages This shipment is now sold M Vr ———
Seehuaas. ele ones an io 9 at i/- 3d per Bottle Ss played at the ‘Advocate’ Stationery “= = SS ;
‘0 c 4‘ and 193 sts f St. Lucia, « z 5 ve.
for neferonce purposes, es (2 " a ae a - Yeast is Life” = “7 7 at psoas edema aa S
wires had on more than one 8 undre an wenty~ e closing date for the competi- : =
oce ‘complained of maleaiiis ee. es se Ph E tion is 4.00 p.m. on October 31st; but z A Mother of 3
rum. ‘The Police were informed, a . : sompetitors can start sending in their 4
but they thought at the time that eres She St, Lucia, She > ecae Saoee 8 a4
unless they hired private detec+ 4!So had in her hatches 17 pack- S °

sion could only be given if the
indictment was a defective indict-
ment. The Prosecution had known

ation, I feel I am fortified both
by principle and authority in al-
lowing the amendment and delet-
ing the word.

Quotation

“I must say this, and I quote
the words of Mr, Justice Hum-
phreys in a case of Criminal Ap-
peal Reports of 1950 where he
said, “We think it desirable to
point out that the responsibility
for the correctness of an. indict-
ment lies in every case upon
Counsel for the Prosecution, and
not upon the Court. No Counsel
should open a criminal case with-
out having _ satisfied himself
upon that point. If in his opinion
the indictment needs amend-
ments, the necessary application
should be made before the ac-
cused are arraigned, and not,
as in this case, after all the evi-
dence for the Prosecution has
been called. They may well be
amendments which would be
properly made ft the commence-
ment of a triaf! which would he
oppressive and embarrassing to
the Counsel if made at the close
of the case for the Prosecution.”

Mr. Barrow said that the case
was not strong enough to go to
the jury.

The Attorney General said that
there was sufficient evidence to
send the case to the jury.





ages Of fresh fruit, 20 bags of
cocoanuts, four cords of firewood
and 256 ts,

The other vessel to call here
was the Schooner Rainbow M.
She brought 156 cylinders
gas, ten cartons of bitters, one
crate of yeast, 40 empty rum
casks, 934 bags of cocoanuts and
one package of fresh fruit,

of

and 152 bunches of fresh

During the month of July
a sum of $2,331.67 was repaid by

the month four more keels were
laid, making a total of nineteen
boats now under construction.
Lumber is expected shortly from
British Honduras and _ British
Guiana with which it will be
able to complete this programme
of boat replacements.

e
US. Jet Fighter
Shoots Down B17
: e
Accidentally
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25,

A rocket firing Sabre jet fighter
with radar gun sight accidentally
shot down a B-17 with eight men
aboard over the Gulf of Mexico
on Monday the Air Force
announced.

The Air Force said four para-
chutes were seen to open from the
B-17. Rescue planes found one
survivor. Crash boats sped to the
scene 50 miles south of Panama
City, Florida.

The B-17 was acting as director
of a radio controlled B-17 “drone”
an unmanned target plane which
was to have been a target for the
jet fighter.

The F-86D seeks its target by
radar and fires rockets automatic-
ally when in range. The B-17





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Eruptions of the skin and
all impurities of the Blood

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arranged was scheduled to bring
them to Barbados on January 15.
The ports of call would be Port

around again they went back to
any of the places which they had
visited on the cruise and at Which
they liked to spend anything

ant frame of mind.” If India can
succeed in mobilising world



] August 22 suf-
fering from wounds on his body
and died thera on August 24. Dr
K. B, Simon performed the post
mortem examination,

Cc, A. O, (chemistry).
The following Higher School
candidates have completed the ex



Evans-Smith, S. M.; George, M
A.; Osborne, C.; Robinson, M. C
Theobalds, V. E.; Tull, B, V.

(The Students whose names are
in italics are from Barbados)

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE 4 TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1952
Sa RN EN RN AR se arem
ERSO | ~ | : r r) r
G LA S S I F I E D AD S S| |'How Big Was SHIPPIVIG NOTICES | 500s sa 1 us.
|
sie, Puls se Meee wanes cae SE A AND AIR ; aes = FREIGHTER COLLIDE
TELEPHONE 2508 HARPER (nee JONES) as 1 do not hold | Farouk Ss ZEALAND LJ LIMITED. | co 2
elf responsible for her or anyone| ; (MAN Z LENE) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 22.
——————<=<<«« Telse contracting any debt or debts in| The M/V “MONEKA” will edish ship S.S, ‘Stratus’
f The Sw ip S.S.
| FOR SALE m nam iniess by written order | FIC t eo | s.s. “GLO ” t= scheduled to accept C. and for and Uni States ighter
y Simed by me | } fi | sal fr Bist, Deminica, Antigua, Montserrat, ; ; :
- _ THANKS OLIVER HARPER, ‘oritune é sail trom Port Pirie May 3ist, Devonport | Deminice, Anite sale Mor. %|S.S. a oo collided deo
FORDE—Through this medium we beg | , > Ee June 24th, Brisbane July Sth, arriving at} @ day 25th inst. darkness, seven miles from the
to thank all those who in wa nee in Carli ALEXANDRIA, A 4 Barbados about August 6th. California coast, but the ‘Stratus
Ccapativised with us in (our) the be 26.8.52—2n rlisle Bay » Aug. 14. ws The M/V “CARIBBEE” will diged that th Saas tae
Seonee ar one’ dear Father Mr AUTOMOTIVE Oe ae eee aa Sch. May Olive, Sch. Emeline, Sch How big was Farouk’s for- - Sete to aimee cones OO : cecept Cargo and Passengers for ree e ee
James, “Alban Forde late of Beckles CAR—One (1) Four seater Standard 6 giving ek fea ee vor ANITA Davide en anes ‘oe = See ee eee ee pene ae Novis and si Kits, Sailing Friday
cin aievks (wife), Brandford; (Fitz |#-P. tourer in good working order. App! CHANDLER inee MINGS) as I do not! Laudalpha, Sch. Rosarene, mee shaba, former _Minister of Jus-| Cargo accepted on through Bills of hie. . e ° The Swedish vessel reported
Lilian, Forde red, Hilda, Eileen (daughters) a ee ee ca as ee warts puanking Roberts, M.V. Lady Joy.|Finange Minister, | appointed Betis ane naeemere: wee Windward B.W.L SCHOONER OWNEES Los. les to Coos Bay, Oregon,
; ______— 88-521 | “CAR—One (1) 8 H.P. Standard Motor} signed By me, : ; ARRIVALS custodians of Farouk’s property,| 50. gurtner particulars apply— ASSOCIATION (IN had a large hole in her port side
nee atone Car in good condition. Phone 2382, 4334 LIONEL CHANDLER, Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons,|°T@ New trying to evaluate. Seis. ite. 000 and was taking water in the en-
IN MEMORIAM te ee, . | Sart: Selby. from’ St. Lucia, Agents:| Besides the four official pal- ete a @ CO. LED., Comsignee . gine room. The ‘Stratus’ said
CARS—Prefect Ford late 1980 very good 26.8.52—2n|" ss Athelbrook, $08 teak Capt coox, |20¢8 two in Cairo and two in and | that some of the ship’s crew took
condition, also one Austin A-70 1951 very | — —— from Trinidad, Agents: o*.! Alexandria, Farouk owned eight to the lifeboats, but they remain-
“ » Agents: Messrs. Jason ed elg DA COSTA & CO., LED., 200000006599955905S5569S>
KING—In loving memory of our dear | £004 Condition too, both cars going vers The public are hereby wamen seuinst Jones & Co. Ltd. others between the Western ed alongside the ship. Other
son atid brother Howard King who|fessonsble. Dial $6351. | J giving Gxealt te ONEELID as 1 do not | Leue Biographer, 4.073 tons. Capt.|Desert and Assuan. Their value members of the crew stayed
» . 8th August 5 iRE 5 ngster, ; Bos aoe s ssuan, .
os this life on the 25th Aug ree Pes ———-- |} hold myself responsible for her or anyone | DaCosta & Co “6 gas Agents Messrs lis estimated at £ 10.000,000 aboard. The Stratus’, which was
Gone from-us but leaving memori MOTOR CYCLE — Bantam B.S.A. 1% ]else contracting any debt or debts in my | M.V, Jenkins Roberts, 204 tons, Capt eS 7 damaged in the bow above the
Death can never take away | cose No reasonable offer eis cog unless by a written order signed | Fergusson, from St. Chcia, Agents Considering himself sicenmetias Ss a 21) water line in the collision, said
Memories that will always linger | U2 meen ot CLIFTON GREAVES ee ae viikesbca ac timed. ie wae : —oe— that the ‘Coos Bay’ crewmen re-
Whilst upon the cath we , eee arin pee ean ena . eae deeb S.S. Colombie, 7,381 tons, Capt, |0f the Pharoahs, Farouk, the king p : 5 aS S—— f to e a the Swed
Ever “be tremnnbercd © | SORNES & tn “Crueke with suates Se ee ter goes from Jamaica, Agents: Messrs. |who had 40 cooks and 20 assist- en pet fused Ped are board
Family, The Abbes, Christ | fick-Upe, ‘Twe and Pour Door Minors 26.8.52-2n| “'s'S. “‘Sunmont, 4,303 tons, Capt, {49+ Cooks claimed part of the CANADIAN SERVICE a
oT iets tends s Oxfords. All from stock now. atone Moseley-Clarke, Zeoey,” Printena’” Aces antiquities discovered Part of
SHEPPARD——Faith EF. Mo iM Inf | 7 tele Sole Royal Gener Ltd.} The mublie are hereby a = Plantations Ltd. eet ag Tutamkhamen’s treasures par- From Montreal, Halifax and St. John
and never fading memory of my « clephone 4004- | tnee WRANGIS) as 3 do hot hpld irsell Lene writen facie, me, Cart. Hetbert, | Houlart ld and jeweller as oe
mother who fell asleep on the 26t aaah eee = S) as 3 sell | from British Guiana, Agents: Plantations | ‘!' rly gold and jewellery, was Expeeted Arrival
om t. USED CARS—Available from stock: a] responsible for her or anyone else con- | Lid d di oh :
August, 1950. ; nie dey Gee debts i e iscovered in one of his palaces. Montreal Halifax St. John Dates
In silence you suffered, 4 Spod, assortment of | bargains including | unless by & written order signed by me | chen Se eae tone, Capt. Parsons, |He owned 250 cats including 25 wn, Barbados
With patience you bore, a ae yee Ca 1a 8 a JoamrH SORTE trom St. Lucia, Agents: Schooner Own- Rolls-Royces valued £1,000 ss. “SUNDIAL” .. 14 August 19 August 21 August 6 September
=n ne called you home, ’ ’ 3 0.8260 Gibbs ers’ Association. ba 000 § re : s = 4 146 oo0 ’ ss. “SUNWHYT” |. 30 Aug. 4 Sept. = 16 September
‘0 suffer no more : 7 DEP. : ywne acres OI |m.v. “BRUNO” 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 30 September leeding G Sore Mouth and
Always remembered by Lonnie (son) 20.8.82- tn |g Sehooner W. Ls. Prunicia for Dominica.| Egypt's best land. His credit in|s.s. “A VESSEL” |! 25 Sept. _—30 Sept - 16 October Lo Teeth mean that you may *
52—- ds a ir renada, , . Vv hea, rence oul or
aot eemes eee ELECTRICAL = Schooner Henry D. Wallace for Trinidad, | Egypt's National Bank amounted UK. SERVICE perhaps some bad digense that. will
WATERMAN—A jyear has gone beyon PUBLIC NOTICES MY +, Cqnegian, Cruiser, for | Grenada, to £2,600,000, and £1,100,000 if . sooner or later cause your teeth te
recall with all its doubts an ear me epaencerenremieercenrettng SST ‘ . arer for Brazil, 3.8. ithe Misr Bank. He owned 16,000 may a a -
In loving memory of my dear beloved | AMERICAN ELECTRIC DEEP FREEZE: Golfito for Trinidad, S.S. Athelbrook r ery - f om So jiverpool an lasgow matism and Heart Trouble. Amosan
wife Me Hilda Waterman of Branch | Discount for 4 months use. Owner has NOTICE for Trinidad, Schooner Linsyd H. for|®hares of the Saide Air Trans- Fr uth Wales, L d Gl , stops gum Weeding. the ie cht:
Bury, St. Joseph, who died on the} teturned to States. Telephone 95-296 As from the 25th August to the 6th |Â¥ ishing Banks, M.V. Daerwood for St.: port Company, 20,000 shares of ends sore mouth and quickly
Lucia, 5S. Colombie f Expected Arrtvai ens the teeth. Iron clad guarantee,
asth of Rogier. c. SpA IT Aaa 21.8.52—6n. Sevtember boty =: tnclusive the office acl. Oe een eas, the Pepsi Cola Company, in ad- South Dates Bridgetown, Amosan must make your mouth welt
ay oI ie roechia: ‘easurer open 4 Ss : om ° .
the fragrance of love here below| ELECTRIC DRILL PRESS Machines}on Saturdays only 7 Guiana dition to shares of other _com- i . Wolee = Livergast ¢ aes oa Stare of empl tmaokans Set
may rent tm peace. | Dial 40h 23.8.52—8n. N.S. FRASER, Seawell | panies, 8.8. “STUGARD +48 Aug, 21 Avmuatas August 9 SeOtemnber, Asan from your chemist today,
Always to be remembere y Mr. Fleet Parochial Treasurer, Pr) . e guarantee protects you
a ood Waterman (husband), Noe!, Neville] JUST ARRIVED—A few JIFFY ALL- ‘ie Sam we It will take months Before at! | 2: _ Mid Oct. Late Oct, | Mid Nov
De Laey, Vincient, Beryl (children) | Purpose Electrical Hand Sprayers and 24.8.52—3n Arrivals by BW. A | aie cad : t
lene Baird (mother), Alfonza Branch| Electrical Hand Drills, Prices very tiem Serene. On SMertay this is evaluated by the custo-
tbrother), Miss Ruby Waterman (sister-| reasonable. Get yours to-day from K. J . is D. Linton, P. Linton. J I dians who believe the King’s U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
in-law) 26.8 \| Homel-Smith & Co. Limited. Bridge Publ {ficial Linton, J) EMak C Ramanee fs | fort in Eeypt alone ts
nr — | Street, Phone 4748 TLIC cla a W. Beidecnan x" Picken Pe aia 2 pai = ain a a amounts F ee Manian. and Sin
24.8.52 : 2 7, F. »|to tons of millions of pounds. rom
ANNOUNCEMENTS ___* 8-9] any provent marshars act _ot| Me's, Small,.A. Frice, G. MieConney. | oe enn — Stopped in 10 Minutes
awa 4 RADIO—H.M.V. 6 Tube Radio. Good (1904-6) § 30). . fmt a se Expected Arrival It is no longer necessary to suffer
os new. Six months old. Phone 8614 On Friday the 5th day of September — 4 - Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates | pains, itching and torment from Piles
From VENEZUELA: v . ie
— - 26.8.52—2n.]1952 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the| Mr, John Lemon, Mrs. J U K’ R 1 * Bridgetown, B’dos since the discovery of Hyter (formerly
CAREFER—Be trained Newspaper —_—_—————' J afternoon will be sold at my office to the | ytstr’ Murius Lemon, Miss canoe — amon, . Ss © ations “ESSI" . 13 Aug. 15 Aug. 21 Aug. 3 September known as Chinaroid). Hyte® starts to
Reporter or a Feature Wr Ges. se~ FURNITURE highest bidder for any sum not under | Mr. ‘Armando. Please type clearly “SUNADELE” Mid Sept. End Sept. Mid October work in 10 minutes and not only stops
tails of scheme from Barbados Press Club the appraised value. EF ‘ THe Clearly ‘SPURT" Early Oct. Mid Oct. Mid Oct. Early November the pain but also takes out the swell-
Headquarters No. 53 Swan Street All that certain piece of Land contain- vrances F. Dickens, Beryl F. Hesketh, } e From Page 1 ing, stops bleeding and combats nerve
24.8 52—3n FURNITURE—Three Simmons Bed-ling by admeasurement 1,524 Square Feet Serene. aia Jan M. Hooges- | 9 am irritation thereby curbing other trou-
| ‘tends with Spring 3” perfect con-Jcituate at Kensington Tenantry in Parish | t's} ga Hoogesteijn, M. Ignacio) the question of Yugoslavia’s co~- Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. ’Phone 4703 bles caused by Piles such as Headache,
FREE—Present your bill for 2 (907)| (ton. Also one office Desk, seven] of Saint Michael butting and bounding | iefman, Pram pkghman, M: Nathan | operation in the military field - Nervotianiess, aac eee, oo ietiabis
kts 1 116 07) pkt. Honig Macaroni | °@ ers. hone ¢ . 7 . elena : . ni debility, an le
‘a full & Son. Ream 302, ‘rantations | 26.8.52—2n, | 08 lands of Leotta Griffith, on @ private | Rodriguez, Alfredo Rodriguez, Jose} With her northern neighbours ae SEeey #

Bidg. and receive a
Moir’s Special Desse

FOR RENT

orem ence cee w-esnnretenenenige

HOUSES

26 .8,52—-2n





—
APARTMENT--Furnished, Diepne-On-



Sea. 3 bedrooms etc., all convenience. eS
Electric, water, Also one unfurnished ate he ere eee ee
room Dial 8186 after 2. Morne Garage, 2.8. 52—6n
joodridge 26.8. “Bn

BEACH COURT. Hastings—Fully fur- veubaree ae BR iy
nished. From 15th September to 15th |Grass cutters, Rakes, Loaders, knife
December. Phone 3448 between 4.99 and} }.iade sharpeners, ete. Dial 4616 Cour-
6.00 poh 26.8,52—2n | tesy Garage. 23.8.52—6n

——
RUNGALOW—On Sea, Main Road Hast-






ings, very comfortably furnished, Enr
lish bath -— 2 bedrooms Servants
rooms — Verandahs — From September
Telephone 2949 16.8.52—.f
BUNGALOW. low at Bav-
field Beach, Sty P Comfortably fur
nished Refrigerator. Two bedrooms
Servants’ room, Garage ete, From Sept
- Dec ’Phone 2393 24.8.6%—11

_ — ee
“CHELHOLME” Chelsea Gardens, un-

furnished. Inspection Daily 4—6,
26.8.52—2n

a nn

MORFCAMBE-—The desirable residence
“Morecambe” Worthing next to Reyal
Theatre, 4 Bedrooms Tollet ‘nd Both
upstairs: Downstairs: Drawing room
Dining Room,fall, 2 extra rooms, Bath
are Toilet; large ¢ ge, servants room
for particulars, apply: Manager, Empire
Theatre, 21.8. 52—6n









with, knowledg
previous office
" c/o Advocat

LADY STENOTYS
of boog-keeping
experience Aprly
Co,, Lid, we




24.8.52—3n

MISCELLANEOUS
coche heen seesielistniemene
TION WANTED-—-B
Tousekeeper —- Nurse





as or Companion

for eld indy or sentlemen would travel
if required. Apply T.T. G/o Advocate
Go 26.8.52—3n





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Hurricane Relief

Organisation
LABOUR SUPPLY

In the event of a hurricane
striking Barbados Labour Forces
will be required for relief work
As soon as possible after the hur-
ricane, applicants for employ-
ment are invited to report at
Queen’s ‘Park, where the staff of
the Labour Department will be
stationed.







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ali real good vaive for eost
SEE THEM
At Your
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Bay Street











Hurricane Precaution
HINT No. 9



After a hurricane
beware of houses, and trees
that have not completely

WARNINGS.
collapsed. 24.8.52—2n. |



AND OTHER THINGS AT









MONEY SAVING PRICES
Vanities & simpler Dress Tobles,
Stools, Wi teads
Springs, Cradles, Beds
TABLES, fixed and extension
for Dining, Feney and Kitchen
Wagons, Larders, Cabinets for
China, Bedroom & Kitchen-
DRAWING ROOM Morris. and
caned Suites and separate pieces
Spring wnd Springlike Cushions
S up, Trunks.

PIANOS, Gran nes, Rerord
fe up, Banjos, riter, Prar
Table Stove $4

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4009

free package John |
+



ORES O900400 5066008 |
























































LIVESTOCK

wl =
TWO LARGE MULES. Apply: The



Manager, Hannays Pilantation,, Christ
*hureh 23.8.52—3n
MECHANICAL





FERGUSON AGRICULTURAL EQUIP-
MENT, including Tractors, Ploughs,
Grass mowers, earth scoops, transport







MACHINERY—One (1) 9” x 7” Robey,
enclosed, forced lubricated steam Engine
to run at 470 r.p.m. d loping about
# B.H.P. at 100 Ibs. pressure. Two (2)
small cold starting Diesel Engines, 10
and 15 HP. One (1) 22” x 36” 5 roller
Mill complete with C.S. Gearing, steam
Engine, and Hydraulic Pressure Regu
ating Equipment. Apply: D. M. Simp
son & Co, 20.8,52—n





MISCELLANEOUS

(hieentcstiperenililshaitinentiataansetalcminiasddee
BLOCK STONE—2 ft., 3 ft., 4 ft., Block
Stone at 30c. per ft. Delivered, Contaet
“he Manager, Mount Breviter Plantation
St. Peter. Phone 91-34.
24.8.52—3n





BARGAINS -- COMBS -- To ch
thousand assorted Combs —
‘0 purposes at a
ents each
GBroad Street

r ten
Combs for
gSiving-away price 6
The Modern Dress Shoppe,



24.8.52—3n





DRESSES—American and Canadiar
Dresses ~—- We have just opened the
nest assortment of dressy Dresses for
cocktails and weddings also the smartest
udies’ Hats we have ever shown in
Velvets, Feits and Straws, also Hand-
bags of similar materials to match an)
easemble The Modern Dress Shoppe,
Broad Street 24.8.52—Jn
GALVANIZED SHEETS — A limited

jLuntity of best quality English gaivan-
ised sheets 26 gauge, very low prices
jial 2696, Auto Tyre Co.







USE



VES—For long life and last-



ng beauty, of your Floors, use JOHN
SON'S WAX Products. Phone you
Hardware Store TO-DAY and_ order
SOHNSON’S Paste or Liquid Waxe
CENTS: K. J. Hamel-Smith & Co. Ltd.,
ridge Street Phone 4748
21,8.52—4n
HOUSEWIVES—Do you have Floor

Problems which you do not seem to be
bie to overcome? Forget those trouble
‘hone 47498, K. J. Hamel-Smith & Co
Utd., Bridge Street, and they will be
niy too pleased to give Advice at no
bligation whatsoever Advice direct
rom Experts at the Ultra-modern
esearch Piant of S, C. Johnson & Son
nt., Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A
20.8.52—5r
——S—$$$
Have you bought iyour JOHNSON’S
urniture Waxes lately? HM not, do so
ithout delay. The renowned JOHN-
JON’S Furniture Cream as well as
aste and Liquid Waxes are availiable at





our Dealers. 21,8.52—4n
HOUSEWIVES—Don't slave on your
lonrs in the old-fashioned way, buy a

n of JOHNSON’'S

ee how easily
rm-tree Fioor
> Stores

Floor Cleaner and
it gives you a clean
Obtainable at all lead-
21,.8.52—4n
LANTEE Primus, Veritas, Optimus
re Parts Glass and Mica Chimneys
recialist in Pressure Lamps. Chandler's

urdware, Reed and Tudor Streets
24.8, 52—21

STAMPS FOR SALE

THE STAMP COLLECTION of a
eceased client will be set up for sale
" lots at our office, James Street, Bridge-
wn, on TUESDAY 26th August a

pm
YEARWOOD & BOYCE.

21.8.52—5n

Eee
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily

Jelegraph, England's leading Daily Nuws
aper now arriving in Barbados by Al)
niy a tew days after publieation tr







London. Contact Inn Gale, C/o. Advyo
ate Co. Ltd. Local Representative
Tel. 3118. 417.4.52—t.o0










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- rich, blood-building proper-
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TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

GREY AIR LETTER
FORMS—Ready Gummed
SOLDERLENE — For Bind-
ing all Metals
SAMSONITE — For Binding
Wood, China Etc.
f
\



At
JOHNSON’S
i STATIONERY

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road way called “Rock Gap”, on other
lands of the said Kensington Tenantry
and on another private road called
“Kensington New Road", or however
else the same may abut and bound, ap-

praised as follows:—
The whole area of land to FOUR
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-EIGHT

DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. ($488.50).









A ' Agatha Marshall, Paul | Strategic road f, xandretta
Attached from Marie LAs ECR for | Laband, Jean Laband, Catherine Laband, | the py ov costes ert ere 3s SOUTHBOUND arriv.
ana towards at ae a ao , day | Elen MacGregor, Joan Carr, George i Steamer Sails Sells “a4
N.B,—25% Deposit to be paid on day |sireepy, Nina Streepy, Sue | Streepy. | terranean to the Turco-Russian Montreal Halifax Barbados
of purchase one + | Sendra Streepy, Joyce Harrison, Yvette | frontier. The report claimed that| “ISA | PARODI" August 12 August 16 August 91
acta bras, | Moral Alte Meratat Ges’ Mariil | Alexgndretta Bay is ‘being de- |. 5iMsp,. ‘ee ‘ere eB
17.8.52—3n finer tra Danglebeen., James Boye. ind tile gb. Snportent aauee NORTHBOUND : o 5
_ thizabet oyd, John reira, ruce é Ne ¥
Craig, Frederick Wrigley activity was said to herald im-|A STEAMER... Due Barbados September 11th, for St,
a ’
PUBLIC SALES i.e Ts om anaar, [portant developments in Mid-| anpy; Da COSTA & 00, LTD GANADIAN SERVICE
C. Ford, Francis-Lau, V. Martindale, D Eastern defence strategy in the a . ?

REAL ESTATE

















itled Inspection by appointment with
te tenant Mrs. Roach. Dial 461













working condition, electric kettle, Per-
clator, Jones & Uitra modern Hand, and
Singer Treadle’machines, Radios Mixing

Machines, bread slicer, Rubber floor

carpet and other useful items Ss

CASH. R. Archer McKenzie
23.8.52—3n



UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER
TO-DAY
Auction Sale of Mrs Courtney's
ovsehold Effects at “Ocean Spray’,
Fockley, Christ Church SALE 11,30
O'clock,
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers
26,8,52--1n





Holidays Are
More Energetic
A Good Thing, Say Doctors

LONDON.

Holidays are becoming more
energetic, say doctors.

No longer do people spend every
day on the beach. 5

A Medical Practitioners’ Union
report says: “Most people want
more activity, not less. The es-
sence of holidays is change, not
relaxation.

“The monotony of housework
and office work and hours at the
factory must be counteracted by
the excitement and stimulation of
hiking, canoeing, mountain climb-
ing and a host of other active
sports.

“Even a change of habits, of
food, of language makes for a
holiday—which is why we fly to
the Continent.”

—L.E.S



FREIGHTER CAUGHT FIRE |

NEWFOUNDLAND, Aug. 25.
A Pan American Airways Clip-
er radioed that a freighter was a
ss of flame” off the coast of
Newfoundland. The air-sea res-|
eue branch of the Royal Canadian |
Airforce ordered planes out at’
onee. Details were spotty.. The |
airforce said that a Pan American}
Clipper enroute from Gander to |
Py radioed that the freighter
wes burning 25 miles off New-|
oundland's east coast near Bona- |
}| vista The report said that the!
ect of flame hid signs of any life}
board the unidentified vessel, and
that no lifeb visible any~
here in the vicinity.—U.P.









Cth





ts were

Simon
Kendall,
Dickers
Departures by B.W IA
for TRINIDAD:

Cc, Johnson, I



Rodriguez, Jose Duarte, Rosario Gomez.
Milagros Gomez,
Ochoa, Douglas Ochoa, Pamela Jacques,
Jacques, Peter
Margarita Kendall,

Frank Walcott,



Save all way

Ramon _ Ochoa,

Jacques,

Chen, D. Chen, ¥





Beatriz

Harry
M. Percy

on Saturday





Chen,









i

part. The



at the Registration Office,



will no doubt play an important
importance of these
moves was underlined last week
|by a British Press report claim-
ing that the United States is cur-
rently constructing a 700 miles

Fergusson, R. Legge, J. Legge, R. Cozier,| not too distant future with pros-
pects also for the early resump-



LAND—1,820 square fect of land situate]S. Chen, A. Chen, J, Chu, C. Rooks.| 4: *
at Reed Street, St. Michael, the property ;C. Richmond. tion of full dress negotiations). . «arcoa PEGASUS” sails 8th Auguet — arrives 20th August :
of the late Eleanor Lacey, deceased, From ST. LUCIA; with Egypt. 8.8. “ALCOA PLANTER” sails 5th September — arrives 17th September
The above parcel of land will be se" oie ar so pemreneids Mrs Jane
up for sale by Public Competition at our ng, rs. arion u NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
c o Street, 0 Friday 29th | From MARTINIQUE:
ye chy glk 2p m. . 7 Hector Sukhbir, Alain Berte, Marie | RATES OF EXCHANGE
For further particulars apply to Mr, | Therese Berte, Elias Ghali, Donald Mnm- A STEAMER sails 17th July, — al res 2nd st
A. W. Harper, Lakes Folly. plaisir, Prince Braithwaite, Jeanne Brath-, | Seiling NEW YORK Buying | A STEAMER sails Sist July — 16th A
YEARWOOD & BOYCE, waite, Richard Maxwell, MacPhail, Mac~ | 73 4/10% pr. Cheques on A STEAMER sails 14th August — ives 30th August
Solicitors hail Rafik Fakhare | Bankers 71 720% pr. | A STEAMER sails 28th August — arrives i3th September
20.8.52--7n. | From GRENADA: | Sight or : A STEAMER sails lith September — arrives 27th September
sernstes ait lead ebsinatitesninidiesliapneagioaall H. Hammond, Ae Kugler, A. Kugler, | Demand Drafts 71 5/10% pr .
“ ” yO! ved stonewall | C. Kugler, Revd Woode, O. George. | 73 4/10% pr. Cable esas
cGRTTRLING”, a two-ttoreved stoncmuc| Departures by B.W.1.A. on Saturday | 7} 9/10% pr. Currency 70 2/10% br ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
©TRATHCLYDF, St. Michael, standing | for TRINIDAD: ee Coupons 69 5/10% pr
ca 7,008 square feet of tand,’ and con- | | Jessien bee, Doreny tee. Tony Vieira | ea ~loal °S535S900080909969695955-55 SS5SISSGSS99SHOISGOOOS®
{alning open and closed verandahs, draw- | Mery Vieira, Camile Vieira, Tony Vielr CANADA "
“end dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, each Marily Vieira, Terry Vieira, Janice Gili, | 80 5/10% pr. Cheques on
vath running water, kitenen &c., and | William Swanson, Virginia Swanson, | Bankers 78 7/10% pr Seven sizes of
v gual conveniences. Water and Electrici- | Charlotte Swanson, Susan Swanson, Susan Demand Drafts 78.55% pr.
. alla ‘ , Swanson, Guy Yawchin, Kelvin Assing, Sight Drafts 78 4/10% pr.
fs og Gegnes Nanas verre Sos Ceri Williams, pene, Capen Nobie | 80 5/10% pr. Cable ; 3 R PRIMUS BLOW TORCHES
S " th to Miss Bree} Sarkar, in Leacock, Inston m, | 79% pe Currency 77 2/10% pr.| &
Ss Wim cheguartr hans rh eo lak TPS Arnold’ Mendes, Andrew tichan ‘(able | Ls casseess COUpons 76 5/10% pr. | for you to select from, prices range from
The property will be set up for sale Tennis Team). 50% pr. Silver 20% pr. 8
by public competition at our office, a gi $17 40 to $46 76
Jumes Street, Bridgetown, on Friday nes ee ee . *
f.th August at 2 p.m Tr. 2 ~
TAR Vode & Seeee AL CE NTRAL EMPO
Boe os OFFICIAL NOTI THE CE E. mIUM
17,8,83 IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY . Corner Broad & Tudor Streets 3
“THURCISDON” on bedi ee se ae In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
vell’s Coast, Christ C on es standing rie having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or imeumbrance in
voods 18 perches of land. Garace {y_| or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant
ars. Water and electric services n=) 1, bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents a

and vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours
of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon




a wh?
The above will be set up ar ae a ings, Bridgetown, before the 17th day of October, 1952, in order that such ¢elaims
} ublic competition at our of wes 1982 be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priori thereof
reet, on Friday the 29th August 1052) 1 oo ectively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from the bene of any
2.00 PUTCHINSON & BANFIELD decree and be deprived from all claims on or against the said property 3
so? ? E
Sheed poate Plaintiff: RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
*t Fat Defendants: WILLIAM THEROLD BARNES and ;
AUCTION FRANCIS DONALD BARNES
acd ilatrustiein seOMlee , Property: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Black Rock in
1 FE ee ra i cceare, \Chalinn Py the parish of Saint Michael and Island abovesaid containing by |
Car ze Pinfold St.. (1) 1948 10 H.P admeasurement Six acres One rood Twenty-three perches or there- e
iman Car (Damaged in accident) abouts Abutting and bounding on lands of The Mount Plantation op
rms CASH. Sale at 2 p.m lands of W. W. Reece on lands of the estate of A. Chapman deceased
VINCENT GRIFFITH, on lands of the estate of R. Chapman deceased on lands of the estate
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VIEWING MORNING OF SALE
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TURE nd EFFECTS as listed
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PAGE EIGHT



Empire, Y.M.P.C.
Draw Mateh

COMBERMERE defeated Wanderers by six wickets
when their Intermediate cricket match ended on Saturday
the last day in the Fifth Series in this Division. Batsmen
and bowlers gave good performances on wickets that were
considered easy. V. Boyce of Mental Hospital scored 166
not out. °

Wanderers occupied the wicket first and made a total
of 166 runs and Combermere replied with 169 runs for the
loss of four wickets declared. R. Brancker topscored with 56
runs and the next best score of 49 was made by O. Wilkin-
son. reese A. Seale and J. Egglesfield took one wick-
et eac!

In their second innings Wan-
derers collapsed completely and
were all out for 28 runs and at
one stage of the game the score

was 27 rums for the loss of four +

SPARTAN vs. MENTAL
HOSPITAL AT BLACK ROCK

SPARTAN Ist Innings 71

MENTAL HOSPITAL Ist INNINGS
Boyce not out

; 186
wickets. Seven of the Wander- ° =. ce Morris b Parris is
ats ilec 50 . Com- uintyne Cumberbateh 2
ers batsmen failed to score. C Mr. he Gaskin ¢ Gilkere ener 3
bermere in their second innings © winiams b Morris 19
made 32 runs for four wickets. Wiltshire not out 61
Empire got points for a draw in Extras 13
their match with Y.M.P.C. who in 1 or
‘ : : ‘otal (for 4
their first innings scored 119 runs we) â„¢
and Empire helped by G. Smith BOWLING ANALYSIS
who scored 94, replied with 191 . opine a uM RF Ww
. s er & ~ 28
runs for eight wickets declared. jy. Medford 7 i 37
E, Branker and B. Porter took 8 Sauires 1 38 37 1
two wickets each a eee 4 2 @ 2
Sa aghs : er Ww. Cc 3
In their second innings, ¢ Wea 9 3 s :
Y.M.P.C. scored 177 runs for the

loss of three wickets, WANDERERS vs. COMBERMERE

eee Ist Innings 106
i OMBERMERE 1st INNINGS
Ist Innings Lead E %mniss run out : &
5 â„¢ Branker c sub b A. Seale 56
Mental Hospital also got points |. Brathwaite i.b.w b J VPeilacns 1
or a first innings lead, ¥ 0 ilkinson c & b Egglesfield, 49
f first gs lead, The Wilk bE
batted“the whole of the second |," yg ae iy eel 38
day to score 284 runs for the loss extras i.
of four wickets in reply to the re
Spartan score of 271 runs made Total (for & wkts } 169
on the first day of ‘play. BOWLING ANALYSIS
Victor Boyce, the Mental Hos- oO â„¢M R OW
pital opening batsman, hit 166 not Proverbs 11 ae
out, He hit 20 fours and three 3! Sone Bee
sixes and was comfortable against p_ Patterson a @ ae
the bowling. J. Wiltshire who A. Seale 8 1 37 1
went at number six was unde. | Pxslesfield ace awe A

feated with 61 and a partnership WANDERERS ‘and INNINGS

between him and Boyce yielded 2B Alleyne 1b w. b Brathwaite Ml
185 runs. A Seale c obinson b Brathwaite 11

F Pattersor c Rot m b B r
F Ss te M ‘ took two Ni. Mayers ¢ Wilkinson b Bianker 2
; or partan morris too € Pierce c sub b Branker 2
wickets for 60 runs in 14 overs. J Wilkinson not out 0
At Boarded Hall, the Barbados a Aunetrons: ib w » Branker wee
. ‘ ae ‘atterson stpd. (iw ’ ranker 0
Regiment et eoeeent first a y. Sepaeehela hw teleranser :
nings points, | ut nearly secured pf McCleany b Wilkinson 0
an outright victory. Batting first “. Proverbs absent 6
the Regiment scored 129 runs and Extras 2
Cable & Wireless replied with Total 33
107. :
In their second innings Regi-, BOWLING ANALYSIS oe:
ment scored 133 runs and at the » pratnwai ’ Y

: t ‘ 2 4
end of play €able & Wireless had my Smith = a , ,
eseored 132 runs for the loss of o a § 3 : 6
nine wickets. a FF eee 1

COMBERMERE 2rd INNINGS

a ©. HW, Wilkinson ec McCleary b
Pickwick—Police Patterson ... 4
; L. Brathwaite l.b.w. b Patterson . 13
In the Pickwick-Police fixture, a Sieseny aps eu 7 2
: ‘ i V n su ‘a erson ‘

Pickwick got points for a_first R' pranker not out. z
innings lead over Police. Pick- Babee soos su ineens 1

wick in their first innings made
324 runs for the loss of five wick-
ets declared and batted the whole
of the first day. : ‘

Police also batted the better CABLE & WIRELESS vs.
part of the second day and re- REGIMENT AT BOARDED HALL
plied with 236 runs with F, Forde ee a a ae syne
topscoring with 61 runs and Skip- “ * REG "eh INNINGS ©
per Denny 538. When stumps A. Ishmael c Branker b King ......
were drawn Pickwick had made

Total (for 4 wkts.) .

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WINS THE

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Combermere Defeat Wanderers By 6 Wickets|<



100 YARDS





L,, SAMPSON of St. Cecilia Boys’ Club, wins the 100 Yards (Class A)
at the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Sports at Kensington yester-

day.

Second is K. Antrobus (right) of Cliff Cottage Boys’ Club.

Bay Street Boys Are
Champions At Sports Meet

BAY STREET BOYS’ CLUB, represented by a group
of sturdy athletes, ended up Champion Club at the first
Annual Athletic Sports Meeting of the Barbados Boys’ and

Girls’ Clubs.

the times were reasonably good.

Of the Girls’ Clubs,

The meeting was fairly well attended and

Bay Street was again the most

successful. However there were only two events for girls
—the Keg and Spoon Race and a 100 yards flat. j
St. Cecilia Boys’ Club, which

was second, finished with 15 "0cks)- Time: 11 2/5 sees

points, Belleplaine came third 1. mM. Linton Bay Steet 2H Cole

with 12 and Cliff Cottage fourth ‘Charnocks), 3 J, Arthur (Clevers Hiil)

with 11. Charnocks scored .six
points, Four Roads seven and
District, “A” and Garden five

points each,

At the conelusion the prizes
were presented by Mrs. R. T.
Michelin, wife of the Commis-
sioner of Police.

Before the presentation,
Colonel R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner, said that the evening was
an extremely happy occasion for
the members of the Barbados
Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs and one
on which they could look back
to in years to come. Although it
was the first meeting, it was a
very successful one.

Olympics’ Athletes

He felt that in years to come,
the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs would produce athletes to
represent Barbados at the
Olympics.

He said that the contests were
very keen although no records
were broken and it was
obvious that with training,

had talent which
developed, ent. Ya
He was very grateful to

everyone who, enabled the meet-
‘ng to be a success,

He said that those who did
not win this year would have a









. : ©. Beckles ¢ Watkins b Archer $3 chance to do so a
52 runs for the loss of one wicket. Prathwaite b Branker 16 Meeting next year, t the Second
f u Prive ¢ ;

In the Windward-Carlton mateh }{ jicorish 1.b.w. Branke: 0 The Commissioner then askeq
at Windward, Carlton scored 173 tl © Crovey b Branker 0 Mrs, Michelin to present the
runs for the loss of nine wickets }> artis ¢ & b Archer 2 nyizes, i
: 2 » Tes re lows:
in reply to the Windward first Sispham e Archer b King 12 “i00 aed (Olea a}
innings’ score of 154 runs. Clarke 1.b.w. Archer . 0 1. L. Sampson (St. Cecilia, 2. K

Windward scored 60 for the Extras “a _4 Antrobus. (Cm Cottages 2. in” ote
loss of two wickets declared in Tota! 123 ere grime: 108 secs.
their second innings and when Y : Snes 1 oH Grail (od tee) sae
stumps were drawn Carlton had BOWLING vig a ag wi a Watson (Belleplaine), 3. D. Chase (Char
scored 28 runs for the loss of two y, yy King we ae =
wickets. 8. Matthews aie m3 e

i. Branker 8 42 4 “
curiae ve vurc.ae §. Se :- £3 Indians In
BANK HALL CABLE & WIRELESS 2nd INNINGS oO cae
ib. Matthews c iw shmael) b ~
Â¥.M.PC. It Innings 1p B. Marthe = od Position
EMPIRE ist INNINGS ig N- Clarke Lb.w. b Price 4
B. Bourne ¢ Hoyos b BR. Austin . Cozier ¢ (w.k. Ishmael) b Price 8 re
F, Taylor run out : . s Croney run out 38 (From Our Own Correspondent)
3. Bynoe © (wk) 2» EB. Branker oa fi. King e Pinder b Kirton . 4 és LONDON, Aug. 25.

a as oe SF “, © Knight b Clarke .. ‘ 16 ine bo azare
G Clarke-b E. Branker i FE. Braker ¢ Licorish b Kirton 2 M idle > wie by Hazare against
VY. Armstrong b K, Branker a} E. Adams b Clarke .......,. 2 tadiesex at Lords to-day put the
Re; roteitiane ¢ ANEMA b: cose Y §. Watkins not out. 4 Indians in a strong position. In
x amor mee. a b Porter 1) %B Clarke 1.b.w. b Clarke 3 reply to the tourists’ first innings
falcutee nae chit: “4 Td, AFOHRE 2 OUL-. 5.44 45-4 ¢ score of 289 Middlesex were sail-

Extras ...... 5 —_. ing along quite sedately with a
Total’ feb 6 wets) 191 Total (for 9 wkts) ....:... 182 total of 153 for 4 when Hazare
OS): ——~ claimed three wickets in one
uth over, dismissing Titmus, Knight-
Wo: Sake Rie POLICE vs. PICKWICK AT ley-Smith and Leslie Compton.
I. Burke ‘ 6 - 37 PICKWICK He went on to finish off the
R Austin 16 3 4 1 FICKWICK Ist Tanings, (for 5 ‘i innings and returned his best
E. Branker .... 8 i 2 wickets decld.) - owli 2 ns 7 .
K. Branker 5 22 (1 FORICE ist INNINGS powline figures of the tour; 7 for
B. Porter . 6 1 2 2 8B. Kinch b BR. Clarke c 50, Middlesex finished 34 be-
V. Butler ., eh ae 6 1 ©, Sealy c Lashley b R. Clarke 1 hind and the Indians increased
G. Cheltenham b R, Clarke - 7 their lead by another 109 before
Y.M.P.C. 2nd INNINGS E. Morris b B. Lewis ... Bh. plete : tis
E. Branker ec Bourne b Prescod 1 © Griffith e & b Greenidge a4 close for the loss of 3 wickets.
W. Hoyos b Hutchinson . = S Howard ¢ seen, & Greenidge* 5 — aver is i taking it easy
PD, King b Smith ‘ ‘ ®. Smith c & reenidge » . even t ough they have won the
K. Branker not out 72 fF, Forde c Lashley b B. tnniss , dhe wh '
Extras 12 @ Denny c Lashley b B. Inniss ahh a championship. Passing Hamp-
~ |. Shannon not out .. .... 19 Shire’s seore for the loss of only
Paar Atay. Wit? tL. Carter run; out ; tive wickets.— thanks to another
Eectras. 5 __* eentury by Peter May -— Surrey
BOWLING ANALYSIS : Total Ae 23s declared and captured three quick
Oo. M, R. W - wickets before close.
Armstrong ‘ a 1 20 ‘ PICKWICK 2nd NNR, Fine bowling by Cambridge oft
Cc. Prescod ., oi a4 1 ti. Lashley b G, Shannon .. roe 3 . 5
K. Hutchinson 15 3 2 Ll A. Trotter not out . es 3 # spinner Marlar whose eight for 51
K. King 10 1 2 W. Greenidge not ou was the best of his career, enabled |
eae eee sy Extras .......+.. 5 Sussex to obtain first innings
ii omar 30878 2.19 1 wieke) %2 points unexpectedly against
J. Bynoe 4 A ; Total (for 1 wicket) . Gi organ,
F. Smith . 1 : _ am ‘
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Time 13° sec

Egg and Spoon Rac>
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1 F. Eleock (Cliff Cottage), 2. L
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1. E. Holder (District A), 2. H. Small
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_NETHALE:

Grenada Defeats St. Vincent 28-—24

(From Our

By
in the final
Colony Netball

this

Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, August 25,

defeating St. Vincent 28—24
match of the Inter-
Series, Grenada

afternoon secured second

place after victorious Trinidad,

The game moved trom a tame

pace

to exciting situations after

the first half score of 14—11 in

C renada’s

favour, as the teams

repeatedly levelled off till a few

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SECOND DIVISION:



3 Outright Victories
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ERDISTON, Y.M.P.C. and Leeward scored outright
victories over Pickwick, Windward and Combermere on
Saturday the last day in the Fifth Series of Second Divis-
ion cricket matches. Again the weather was fine and at
all grounds there were good wickets.

At Erdiston, Erdiston defeated Pickwick by an innings
and 39 runs. Erdiston after dismissing Pickwick for 60
runs in their first innings replied with 221 runs with C. Nor-
grove topscoring with 71 and C. Cuffley 50. J. Hoad took the
bowling honours in the Erdiston first innings by taking

five of the wickets for 44 runs.
. EMPIRE vs. FOUNDATION
In their venture at the wicket FOUNDATION

j Empire 180 for 6 wickets declared,
Pickwick scored 122 runs with |. s¢ for 6 wickets deciared.

AT

and



Edwards 29, C. Cheeseman 21 and — Foundation 138 'G. Springer 66, E
L. Webster 13. For Erdiston T. “"ne* ine: oes Gere ee att
Blackman took seven of the wick- » wickets.
ets for 27 runs and N. Sealy LEEWARD vs. COMBERMERE AT
ow ‘ . LEEWARD
slow left arm—took one for tel (..bermere 161 and 77 (G. Gilkes 9
runs. for 32)
In the Leeward-——Combermere Leeward 225 (G. Gilkes 72, R. Maloney
Cc 40) and 29 for no wick
match, Leeward defeated Com- \,NpeReRS vs LODGE AT LODGE

Wanderers 138
deciared.

Lodge 60 (Mr. Hoyos 18, R
for 23) and 172 for 5 wickets

bermere by ten wickets. Comber-
mere in their first innings were
dismissed for 161 runs and G.

and 101 for 7 veers

Inniss 4

Gilkes who made 72 runs enabled y M.P.C Vs, WINDWARD ar ¥M PC |
95 + ar 18 a 3 { Austin ° aa

Leeward to reply with 225 runs. a 108 anc |
Â¥.M.P.C, 177 for & wickets declared |

Combermere in their second
innings were bowled out for 77
runs and their collapse was due
mainly to some steady bowling _
by G. Gilkes who took nine of the

G. Greenidge 74) |
ERDISTON vs. PICKWICK AT
ERDISTON
Pickwick 60 and 122 (1. Edwards
Thomas 29, C. Cuffley 4 for 14
Erdiston 221 (C, Norgrove 71, C. Cuffley |



wickets for 32 runs. Needing 13 % 7 Hoad 5 for 44:
runs for victory, Leeward in}
their second innings scored 29

runs without losing a wicket.

KIDNEY ACIDS

Y.M.P.C. also got an outright |
victory from Windward who ve |
defeated by an innings and R b R }
runs. Winning the toss on the ° your est. e |
first day Windward batted first Many re never seem to get a good |
and made a score of 108 runs.| night's rest. They turn and toss—blame it
Y.M.P.C. replied with 177 runs] on ‘nerves’—when it may be their kidneys. |
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Windward went down in their
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Empire got ints for a_ first
oatons ‘oat ta Foundation better—and feel better. 136
iespite their efforts for an out- Dodds Kid Pill
ight victory. Empire in their ney S$
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Foundation scored 138 runs in| SONG RECITAL
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In their second innings, Em- Collymore K.T
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play Foundation had lost two| CORT pari

32 runs. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH,

1962, at 8.30 p.m.

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vainutes before the final whistle
erg Grenada streaked into the

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24 goals making her the runner-up and bruises

of the tour with 48 to Trinidad’s
Dweie Bowen's 53, while Joyce
Blache scored four for the
Vincentians. Ishbel Horne scored
13 and Joyce Maloney 11, Presen-|
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T I'M.I I It.in BARBADOS ADVOCATE |\Y VI (.1-1 ,'fc. IM2 Combermere Defeat Wanderers By 6 Wickets Empire, Y.M.P.C. Draw Match COMBfcKMERK litti-.-iiwi VV;iiukrtrs by six wickets when their Intermediate ritrliot match ended on Saturday the last day in the Filth Scries in this Division. Batsmen and bowlers gave good performances on wickets that were considered easy. V Boyce of Mental Hospital scored 166 not out Wanderers .occupied the wicket first and made a total •of 166 runs and Combermere replied with 169 runs for the loss of four wickets declared R Brancker topscored with M runs and the next best score of 49 was made by O. WilkinI'ruv.'rbs. A. Seale tad %  *ERdlesfield took one wicket each. WINS mi: IOO 1 \UIS In their sccon l inning* W.mderers coDtp I'd completely ;inrt were ill out for 28 runs and at game the score was 27 runs for the loss of four wickets. Sevan of the Wander%  bcrmere in their second iniui.t* made 32 run* for four wicket Kiiunngot points for a draw in their match with Y.M.P.C". who la their first inning* scored 11 run* and Empire helped In G Snath who scored 94. replied with 191 runs /or eight wickets declared. I Break** and B. Portertool tan irteketi i-.n-ii In their reeond inning-. YMI'C tCOred 177 run. for the loss of three wickets. 1st Innings. l-"d Mental Mospit.il also got points for a first innings lead. Thai bttted-'lhe who..of the second day to score 284 runs for the lost of four wickets in reply to the Spartan score of 271 runs made on the llrsf day of 'pl.ty. Victor Boyce. lhMental Hospital opening batsman, hit 188 not out He hit 20 lour* and three. ,mi ..' i ..riifnrtahle against the bowline. J Wiltshire who went at numbr.six was undeleted with N .mil .i partnership between him and Moyee yielded 18S runs. For Spartan Buorris took two ; wickets tor 60 runs in 14 overt. At Boarded Hull, the Barbados Regiment also secured first innings point*, but nearly secured an outright victory. Batting nril the Regiment scored 129 runs and ^able & Wircleaa replied with 107 In their second innings Kcgiment scored 133 runs and al the end of play Cable fc Wireless had i •scored 112 runs for the loss of j rum wickets. Pickwick—Police In the Pickwi ok-Police fixture. Pickwick got points for a first inning, lead over Police. Pickwick in their flrst inning' made 324 runs for tha loss of live wickeB declared and batted the whole nf the Brat day. Police also batted the better part Of the second day and replied with 231. nini with K. Ford* lopscorlng with fll runs and Skipper Denny 53. When dumps wore drawn Pickwick hud made St runs for the loss of one wicket. In the Windwnrd-Cnrlton match .it Wind* runs for the loss of nine wickets la the Windward llrst score of 1S4 runs. Windward scored 80 for the loas of two wickets declared in their second innings and when stumps were drawn Carlton had scored 28 runs for the loss of two wicket*. I MI'IKi: w VJIK'. AT BANK HALL M\l: l \\ vs MINI \l IfOHMTAI. AT BLACK ROCK (TAMTAM I MDfTAL Buvrc no! oul Yarda r Mont* b l*nrn Quinlyna b Cumbtr batch 0*ir, t o.ik.., h Mont, WlQahns b Mom* 3 Outright Victories As Fifth Series Ends %  RDISTON, YM1M* and Leeward wored outright victories over Pickwick. Windward and Combermere on Saturday the last day in ihe Fifth Series of Second Division cricket match** Again thai weather WM Hne and at .ill grounds ihere were good wickets. At Enli -on. Erdistun deflated Pickwick by an innings and 39 run H Htmtttlrg Ptenrick for 60 runs in their Brat inningi replied with l£i runs with C. Nor'i ing with 71 ami C, Cuffley 50. J. Hoad took the bowling honours in the frdiftan first Innings bv taking live of the wickets for 44 runs. > i 'I MI n tOI'MOATlON AT Iii iluir venture at the wicki". i V*'*!"*'*""** Pickwick scored 122 ruiu with Br8 **•*• % %  • %  Edwards 20, C. Cheeaeman £ \ and ...n.dmo.,.. r* c amttsi as. v. U Webster 13. For Erdistun T. ';:"*;.._ „ .... ,, __, „ ,„ Bl.iiKiran took seven of the ^Spcxiia-U. JUL. - art !" 1Nai ttm wftu> "a BOW1 INO AMAI.Y81B i> <4 H -klnmr Heata i T i ./ %  a i* Ml Jr £"*"&•'• %  ' %  is it WANDERERS vs. i i I.MBI II --11 i: UAMUItr K*. I.I |u f „ ciMitF.iiMnir r.i ISIIMA HOW UNO AN I O M it Itavrrln II 3| I'allrmi I 1 v Hntoi,.,,., ] J'-tt.-,,.,, v 1 is Swile %  i IT M s .. Allrinr I b b Bn.li %  i. .. Mnr^r. e Wllklixnn l> BTMlkeT Wllkmaoa nal ->m Arrnitrant lb b Piaokti I'allciHm dpd 1 .illriMin UratllwalU I b w b PtilUriHin r r,liow mn out . t smith, c nib b hiinw lliuikrinot out |V foi 27 runs and If. E .irm—took one for leu L, SAMPBON of St Cecllu Boy. Club, winr. the 100 Yai.l* (Clans A) :>t the BaxbadoBoy*' and OlrK" ClnU SporU t KenslDitan yestei day Second is K Anttohn(riRtat) of Olin* CoiUrja Boys' Club. Bay Street Boys Are Champions Al Sports \IeeI BAY STREET BOYS' CLUB. rWraten ad In a group nf sturdy athlete*, ended up Champion Club at the first Annual Athletic Sports Meeting of the Barbados Boys' and (Jirls' Clubs. The meeting was fairly well attended and ihe tunes were reosnnably good. Of Ihe (lirls' Clubft B;i> Street was again the most successful. However there were only two events for tfirls -the Egg and Spoon Race and a 100 vards flat. SI Cecllln Boys' Club, whirh second, finished with 15 points. Bvllei'l.nne eamc th^rcl Wtth 12 anil Cliff Cottage fourth With II Charnocks scored six • ~ "•ff*_ nolnta. Four Roads aeven and ,. r^-AS! IXslrirt "A" and Garden Hvt iroints each. Al lite coHcdusimi Uuprlatt , ,..,J!f! were presented by Mrs. R. T o..-^.V. l n. wifo of the Commiera rioner of Police. Before the presentation. Colonel R. T. Micliolin. Commlssiontr. said that the evening was n extremely happy occasion for Ilia inembt'is nf ih.' Barbados Boys* nd Otrhy Clubs and one on which they could, look back ;o n years to come. Although U ITM the first meeting %  i .. %  -'ul Olympics' MI1I.1... He felt that in years to come, the Barbados Boys' and Girls' n <*-h eaBsg T 11 —• ravti *trrn. S %  || and Se*a %  <'! in. Tats. It i. *4 %  i .. Worlhingi %  MTt I.I. Total lli 1IALI I'KilWtNT Irt iHlnp I %  • %  . ..i I. ...i.... |] %  I Al %  ." .1 I.NNLNOS A lnl.niarl c Btankri b Kins H i riimcv 1. U^llhewa 1 %  > RppklM r War km. b Archrr It llmlhwallv 1. Brankr. ID lll-ph....! c Arrhrt h Kins cutkiID w. Atrner .Fslra. ToUl HOWLING ANALYSIS Clubs would produce athlete represent Barbados at the M Ol.MIipitv. He said that the contests were "*•* •" tery keen although no records: u vere l.ruken and it was quite' tutxroii olvious Ihn| with training, tin a imd talenl which could be* ., developed, He was very grateful to eveiyone who. enabled the meat•ng to be a success. He said that those who did not win this year would have a chance to do so at the Second Meeting next year. The Coram I winner ihen uked Mn. Michel;.' (o preteru the prices. i sT" V r" '**"• *' A : u.*ua ;qttT r iiii J aii." > i ,, Cnainoekai. Thmaim ,rv, lS t*rd. ( u.. a. Small 'Four Roadx 9 V W..I II %  II.M laii|%  i O Smith b Bulk-. (. (UiKi b V Utonkrt V Aimitronf b K Ufankri K Mi.t.hlnMii c Aii.Hn b Pa UT F Aniory atpd i* k %  b Pon*i T iTraeod nol oul ..CM ..lit RNlrai T,t.I %  i ROWLING ANALYSIS %  i. HuWHUtsaa I Kir.H U SiMllh > % %  ... %  MM Total I K.,., i iindi-r i. Ktstan Knlnlit b Clarkr I McorUh b Ki-t.H. Adaina bClatka % %  %  Cl-fke I0> b Clarke Archat not oul TBU1 ifor t wfeta.i loi.iCF ra, ricKWU'K AT PICKWICK II KHltk ui ii: .. iiar S I'll,!.!'. 1.1 INN1NOS ; Kmrh b II i ink' \i -., .i< 1--hip* b B Clarkf i hnlrr.natK l> B 1"! .1 k. Morrkl b U la>wia a tiilffllh %  l> OeaanMaa i Hi.wart c iwerkta, b a**amidr H..nth ikb OicanldSF •',..,ir i-*liirv b m tiinlaa a ; IK,,., Last>l*y b B lnnlw %  m iwt oul ) i ttm I oul IIOWLINO: AM M raw %  \ in Hums l prase**! K lliilchiii-m Indians In Good Position .Iroui Out -•.. I\M i >'-|-KiUani LAJNLKJN. AUKU. BWUng by II.i/.ire againat Mitidlettx at LA>rus lo-daj put lot Indians in a strong p reply to tbt touri.sLs' iii a i felllQfi %  COI %  of 28U Middlesex were sailing along yuile sodatelj with .i total of 1S3 for 4 when Hazar> claimed three wtckeu la one over, duuunaing Tllmut, Knigla ley-Smilh and l^slie Cumpd.n Ha went on u> iimbh on tbt innings and returned hut boat lwlin figures of the lour: for Middlesex Bniahed 34 behinil and the Indians increased their lead by another 100 before close for the lota of 3 wickets. Surrey is not taking it tea] even though they have won the rh.niipionship. Passing Hampshire's score for the loss of i>nl> live wickets — thanka to another century by Peter May Burru declared and captured three quiet wickfta be/ore clots-. p'lnt bowling by Cambridge >ll spinner Marlar whose ttghl fof ,; .ithe best of his career enabled Sussex to obtain Bill inning points unexpectedlv n g a I n s t Glamorgan. odBKti H-lBht %  f. rt I lnfl>". *M TaM. r( 1... XI -.ilia'. 3 CHIT CBHagti. K Bar P BlancKi-lti.. %  •' ..." In the LecwarJ—Oom b t r Bfttrt mdlih. La?eward defeated Combermere by ten wickets. Combeimere in Uieir first Urnings wen dismissed for 161 runs and GGllkes who made 72 runs enabled rj lo reply with I I Comberilien in ineii ttOUH innings were bowled out for II runs and their collapsv was due inaiuly to some steady uowhn,. by G. Gilkat who took mnc of tbt *nkeu for 32 runs. Needing 13 runs for victory. Leeward in their second innings scored 2U runs wiUiout losing .i wicket. V.MI'.C also got ..ii outrighl victory from Windward who they defeated by an innings and 39 runs. Winning the loss on the rti si day Windward batted flrsl .mil made a score of 108 runs. Y.M.P.C. replied with 177 runfor eight wickets declared but Windward went down in their %  riture al the wfc kti |Brd wore all out for 30 runs. F. Austin taxing three for ten. Empire got point* for a first nninga lead over Foundation Ittpltt their tflortJ for an outii,'hi victory. Empire i si innings declared when their score had reached 180 for he loss of six wickets Ud Foundation scored 13R runs in M '.'.-ntiir in their tteond Innln In for BBl %  %  !. %  schoolboys in. but at 'he Foi'tulaMon wickeU fo32 run-. A..HIU il.Tilln.: le.id on L>1; I; ilerers scored 138 runs and dis, the schoolboys for 80 VaDdeven scored toi runt for the ^ott of seven wickets. Ii ol tred in livelr second inning-. VI in stumpwtrt dnrwn, Lodrte red 172 runs for the lass |vt wickel.s. GHkn s • >. Mi l*tard % %  iG Gllk*. 73 I Ml MMI r r.ir .... \\\SBIMrm* .. I.OIM.I M I.OIH.I: IM ...n lei tat T wiekru nrrlaivd. i-.i. | lloyoa IS or S wlekM. "SIIMAKII W -al •* < %  • C I. : tnd*>. M (BIH-ION ,. FKkWH K M 1'Kkwlck SO Hud IS d,. hlir. pa IMH u and tu-aa Mida Iron Iht Mead. II H>t fall and Mnnurrtrea •>.> in lha %  yitra)-duliet*pd rail oil.., talk... II %.. 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Everyone's talking aboul Ibis NEW STORE lor Mr. & Mrs. Public for Master & Miss Public too. with its lume choice ol TOVS & SCHOOL \ll:l)S — Mum and Dad are interested in the quantities of KI.ECTKICA1. K(|l IPMENT. and Dad hus already selected from the complete riinue of OFFICE FL'RNITIRK and TYI'FWKITERS 14. II. Htttate If Co.. I I.I — Leaver Rrotd St. Ihn*>* your lttnf iu-*>tl Painting '? THEN B0WRANITE IT tiltll f 4,t l§4'l it "or the best protection against Rust and Corrosion UM B0WRANITE WMiwnw PAINT GOES FARTHEST — LASTS LONGEST One Gallon will cover 700—1.000 aq. It. Stocked in RED. GREY. BLACK. BOWRANITE is supplied ready-mixed and should be well stirred before use. II required, a Special Tainners can be supplied at S2.40 per gallon. 'Phone 4456, 4267. Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.



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l'U.I M\ BARBADOS ADVOCATK TUESDAY. AUGUST 2*. 1IB CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 2508 THANKS rn"i-Ti to ihutk n that* wrm %  >p0*1h.*ed with U* M t" Jamea Alben Fnrdr late of Rechlei fliil I : o.i %  ISM nn vow miffr-ed. whir, (.inn" vou bore. TVIOod r-.llrd vmi h**ne. Tn jf(er no more Alwnri nnrmkfifd h/ Lonnlr I rj '' ti\T*RMAK A .h |M be--"recall with ill It*, dnuhtt and IMI In loving m—.ary of my dear b*l**. i wHe Mr. HHd* W.Wtm" of Brar*-. "ur', St Jotrph. who died on th> %  < Au|u*1 IMI May Ike Bond wul that ""•* breath. th (nrv ol lovr her* u*u.* %  n nr Al*t lo be remembered b* Mr. flee' rood Wlttnun /iw (iKMrdi All from -toe* now NO wa.llr %  Tot! I Telethon43B4 %  '! n r*T> CABS Available from 1ocK: a d a.wwt merit of bar Bain* including tin AW. Vauiliiii i rte.y Oarage Dial Wifl tuBcnw AL l MEXICAN II ECTBH" DEEP I [mount lot month* UM Owner hi turned to State* Telephone H-3S* HTO Machine* Jt'ST ARRIVED A few JlfTV AM lirrpo** r'.Wtni-; IIJI el Si>ia*era ar F.i.-lrlcal Hand DilIU t Get >oun to-day from K l'"m*l-llmllh < -i.-.t ) % % %  -,.' m %  •I IIOft.MI. wrltn oroar - aaainat fli-tng cronrt to m. mth i IUJAN IIAKrrit M I do not boM m}*rlf rn>o n ilblr for h*r rUfonuoctlni any nv nam* unioM ) ma OUVBJt HARPKK. MMbl M 'TtT Th p. -I>IIC -ra hrHy wnmvd %  %  %  < llvlns ctodil bi S Mil ANITA tllANTHXR tnar MINGS) *• I •> no) h'i KIMIU mponitoW for or anyom -l*a •• WOHKdJ.i aa I 0 bold mtMlf mponalblo for har > l'i 1 n-nnvl la raj wila HllJJA ruHTL %  raaponalbla for har or anyoi•iitiiiK any dabf or tfabta In m* nam* oinrd b> m roatl Clbba. M Pat.-. m.a sijr. PII [C IwOTHIuS NOTICE Ihc 2Mb Atir'tl to lh • Sibtamb^r bolb 4n • inrluirva lha oftVi " %  >* Pararhlal Traoixm will bropanad ntAiin. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC How Big Was SH1P P CIG NOTIC ES Fatouk 8 l>. ;.t.i | Rh.lia Maaar* In Carlisle Bay Ma. CMlva. ,h Fmalma. Arutoa. mt.. tor Tmidad. s s tot TtlnMad, fchaonar L*mya II lot riahlnc Banhi. M.V D*r.ood lor Si LUCU. B 1. ColotnbU for Martinique Crhoanar PMlto M D., w*,.n l,„ Brrlkb Fortune ? ParorhUJ Si John KURNITL'RE I l-KNITUR*— Thn-a Simmon. I %  ••adl with Sprint V 3" llnn Alan ona oftVc Deak, a oubla di.orn Pliuiir Ml* LIVESTOCK I H HRVT LABOr MITIXB Ap|il> HOtTSES APABTMINT Tin i-had. P %  %  all r — %  rrnorsoN AnBicuLTUBAL EQUIP MtNT. including TTactor*. Ploufhi, "B rjiua-ar*. aanh acoopa, lr.ru port bMaa. cant carta and Hdraullt irallrra. Etc Dial aSIB tool (iarai* % %  U MT"'M COUR^ Maatlnr* P-ilK hil -,.,. %  1Mb VT>rmb*r tn l>" Ptmtr -• hatwaan 4 aT> % %  :i r r-%  rrx-AI/tW—On -(.. Main Road llait Ins*, vtrj iBaTortab rurn!*hd, %  *' lUh bath ^ J hrdinrm. rcoai Ttfiiatehi fWrB W iW i frlrphona M 1* %  %  —* BUNOA1/' i nlilaxl I' %  a>r**n1a' rv>m. n.iraer Dar Phona aj %  at P%  n .. • ,,iv p ^u i adro""' Pi !" % %  %  M I I MORPV 'T TftlaM .id DrinrliaS !..%  : TV..-I .... i '. WAITED 1IFT V i NOTYPltrr aril \ r "C A '* o/o i Ltd. MISCE! WEOl'S MECHANICAL M ASSET-IIAIUUS AGHICUl.Tt'11.... rgillTMI-arT lna| u dln TBACTOKS na ruttara. BaRn, Loadrn, hniff M harprara. olc Dial 4JI6 Cour %  Gaiar.. 13 t 83—dn Public Ollirial Sale 'H. If-.—i Manna)* Art I •IMI % %  :. I a. On Pilday tha Jth day of Saptam 1*53 at tha hour of 1 o'clock in nltarnoon will be aold at my oVc* to hlflhaat bldd>r lot ..nv MM not uti Ihc app.aiaad valur All that rartain plaea of La M l, y -dm.. l ..-tn-nl |.M4 o,u*ra Fral ilu-ta at Krnur.fton Tanontry In PnrUh of Saint Mk-haa' bultiRfl ..nd bounding on land* of 1-otta Orimih on a p. ran n-i.l •,' cailvd "Bork O*?.-. on otbri ia-ida of tha kdd Kanalnflton TananUt .-nd on anothar prlvaUroad rallrd Krmlnron Naw Road", or howre, %  laa the *ama may abut and bound. •*>. I %  > kHSw The wholo aroa of Und to FOUR ,rtED AND FIGirn'-ElnilT DCL1-ABB AND rtFTY CENTB. fSfSMSt. Attached from Mali* Louiaa Huntr (. toward* aatlafaction. *c N %  .— U* Dapoait to ba paid on daT T HKAOLSV. ri ( ..,--t bi i al 11 %  M-Sa IM IM.I4 SAl IS MACHINEKY-On* (|l tM TRoba< K-loaad. loirrd luhrlcalad itaam r., lm i run al Jl t p.m d-v> . I, H P. nt in* |b* pr.-i.rc Two II •maU c-.td *tartln| DHKI Fnfinn II •ru IS HJ>. Oral 111 St, M .. Wl l|. J rctnplala with C S Cna.lrm. Ham i Hydiaullr finaura Maaju rrlir.B Equlpmvnl Applv; 1•in 4 CO 10 (!**. -TO aquara frat of land altuat tract, fit Mtcharl. tha piopart >( tinlirta Lluni.r Lar). dat li cocktail* and wadding* nl*. U MOl-all.i. a. i. i" and Sin TAu la4S*ES Dra* \-. 34 a a %  %  %  G0VL I1NMENT NO TICE Hurricane Relief Organisation LABOUR SUPPLY Irt the even: of %  hiarlconi !< o low pr 1*1 MM Aulo Tyrr Co 34 43—t HOUSr.WlVES—Fnr long Ufa and la.t%  i row noon, %  I'N'S WAX FtVaSiMM Plurttt yom store TO-DAY and otdri Pa-ta or (Jould Waxr. J Hill \ CIM 1 itdflc Mi art Phona 4Tta H w — llurriiaiir HINT I'ri't autitni Nv. 9 HOI BUI PI B in. Slrcat. and th %  ilh Al Co -fin M Mlflatlnn wlwiiwu-v. otn E*parti at the Ullra-Miodan eararrh %  • anl o( 3 C. John*oa Sou < U S.A M.S.Si lumghl ,our I arntlurr W.naa 1-laH • M not. do n >thoul dnay Tha laiiownad JOHN OFI'S r-urnltura Craam a* wall a. aatt and Liquid Waa** ar* avai.abla al MI I.-.,. ri ii s %  —* HOUSEWIVES Don t il,..a on nn .>ora In tha old-faahkonrd way. buy n| JtiiiNwi.s S rioor Cleaner ar, a* how raiy It fllva* ion a clra • M.inablr at all laad li s. si REAL ESTATE "STOU-ING a two-ttor* • rllndhoiiia In Can rRATIICLYTtR, m ~.0CS *quara faat ft | -i %  ON ltd *toi i knit* or^-n %  S a...' dtnl || i ".. i yard. Ii .pacUon '•nd. Seaux-U H i lardai Iram IIIIMMII Union. F. Unton. J l.mton. P M. J Lain*, c atamwmalr, J H.Klgaman. A Tmkrr. F Hutaun, Nrlto. R Small. A tnt*. C McConMy, C. Chrialophar. II Chunm-.n C Evan*. a. Twlh. J tohE Early Fraaa YINIHIT.A Mr John Lam*. Mr. Joyca Lamon. Matr Muriui Lamon. Ml** Suann Umn, *V Armando Flraaa lpa rlaarb rnmm r Dtckm*. a.-ryi F H*kath. a rlotophar Haaaiath. Jan M Hood**~ l.lm lldd.g. K^-l-nn. M Una..., Lai man. F Lama Lahmai. I'-lman. Baby Dicker*. Helen.* r [(...irlfluat, Alfrwdo Rndrbjua*. JOMBortilfl^ci. Jo** IXi.Mta, Raaarlo O-unri Ml la fro* QOmci. Riiniwn Ochoa. Bcatn Othoa. Doufl'a. Ochoa. Pamela Jacquc flnn Jaevua*. Patrr Jacquc*. HarrMargarita Kendall M i'c.r ALEXANDRIA. A U . 14. How DIE was Fsrouk's for**•'.' This is what Ahmed Kiushaba, form-'r MinLstar uf Jotice, and Ku>. Fln*iiun> Minister, .ippointaxi cu.k iAd 20 assistI'.ii' Tulainkhnmen'* treasures, par* tiuul.alv Cold and jewel cry. r| discovered b) one -if 250 cars inrludlng 2*i RoQs-Royeas valued at Ci.ooo,000 He owned 14.000 aeras of Esypfs best l.ind. His credit In Egypt's National Bank amounted to £2.fXTO.000. and C 1.100.000 in the Mi or Bank. He owned 16,000 Phnreof the Snide Air Transport Comr>iin\ 20.000 shares of the Pepsi coin Company, in addition to shareof other corsP vrfll take months be/ore BV raloatad by the ru-todlans who beliwi(he Kins'. for 4 line in ETp1 Mnn" 1 amounl' to tnnjt of millions of pound" II HI M ,! M 1 /lAIAKO IV r I ll isam Laws i %  -GLOUCESrTBaV" iron Fort F-UI* May m Mcl^olrna Jin. I*th. Stlh. Brtatwo* July Mk, uibada* about Aufuat SSh. __*>• accepted on Ibxoush BUU Ir 4 for tranahlpmcr.t at TTW Mrttleh G laraut and Wl r further sarUcwUr* apply— %  i SBSSS wrras a < •> LTS I>*tniruca Antigua Navu and St Km*, % %  nafaj Monday SHh trart The H/V corajpt Caro and Do*Bl r ttca. AnUflua. Mm.leeitat. Navl* and Si Km-. Sailing Frtdav Ml aCaOONKK OtSNECASSOCIATION lEMCS SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal, Hulifax and SI. John SUNDIAL" MKWlTfr BRUNO" \ I tSblSTt Monuwal 14 Aucual S3 AurruM IB Scot September M -. ,. %  jab. MSBUB S7//r IWD I'.S. hUEIOIITflH iOUAM SAN KHANl ISCO. Aug. 22. The Swedish ship S.S. 'Stratus ana the Umtdxi Stales freightet CKM B->' LuUldl-U u, fogg> Oaarssesa, sewn miles from the 1 CaJifornla coast, but tha -Stratus' radioed that there were no casUfl&M I Tae Swedish vessel reported thai the 'Cocas Bay", en rout* from Los Angeles to Coos Bay. Oregon, I bed a large hole tn her port stde and was taking water in the en; gins room. The -Stratus' said that some of the ship's crew took lo the lifeboats, out they nanaJnI ed alongside the ship. Other mernbers of the crew stayed aboard. The Stratus', which was •damaged in the bow above the I water line in the collision, said thai the 'Cons Bay' crewman refused to come aboard the Swedish vesseL—U.P. Teeth Loose Gums Bleed U.K's Halations • Freea rw I Da I I br I rr TRIVIDAtl Frank Walcoll. Agalh l^liand. Jean Laband. Clh*tln* I ."....I M -•Orrgor. Joa Si.ep* Nina St-em Vvrtt. iisnoaliB anra S bediw". kitchen Ac and ota. *nd El.cuici.| % % %  ... I, TL.I.. M li QS t lM %  itMlydd DUI l w.ll be "i i %  ate* Stun. V Augi.'t il 1 p in YEABWOJD i for Ml* r onVc. on |Md.v novel. Hollcltor*IT S.SS-Bn „. Jeaaa* llarriL. M..'h*li. Alas Marahali. Max ... AM MarahaU. Starbaia Bo**. Aufluatmi rhinpaiui. Ira IVanic Lh/bbeUi Lloyd. John Parelr* Bruce i raid, rred*tic ArHral* fey i %  %  % %  miMuMi C Ford. Francla-Lau. V Martlndal*. t) Firpukjon.lt l*>gge .' I.--g(. n C Johnaun, I Chen. D Chen. 3 Chen. t Chen. A Chon. J Chu. C Rook*. C Itlihnvnnd .m Sr II 1 IA MMw Dorl* McDonald. Mr* Jane I Marion Haul I .... I.IIMi|l I Hector Suhhbir. Alain BeMr. Marie Tii.rne Bcrtc. Ellaa Ohall, Donald ItnrnpUlalr, Prince B.aithwaite J< .. %  %  rajt*, Richard Maiwcli. MacPhail. Mai •.all rinrlk Fakh*r* iraa. OBENADA .. ii Kufllor, A Kuglcr. C KuBler, R<-vd W Wood". O Oaorge herarta.e* b. II W I A .... >*l*r< I M 1KIMUAI) .TimWa Lae, Donitlr. Vary Vlclra, Camlle Vleira. T I pUftb* Vleira. Terry Vleira. Janice C'-' William Sairaon. Virfllnla Bwanaoielvtn Aaalna, Mnah Baraer Loon Loacnck. Wlnatini Wtl" 1 ArnaU Mande*. Andrew Mulcbao Tab!.I* Team i Ihe quostion of Yugoslavia's cot.per-liuu in th military field with her northern neighbours will no doubt play an important part. The importance of these moves was underlined last week by a British Press report claiming that the United States is currentlv constructing a 700 miles strategic road from Alexandrett ~ i tho most easterly port In the asedlSue •TrrrKT levrflnrnn t*. the Turco-Russian %  Trr>nticr Th. report claimed that Ali'xmdrctta Bay is b?iiiv dveloped Into an importnnt naval and military ba*e. Thi.s all-round K/as said to herald important rievelopmentv in MldE-'iytnin defence strategy .1, tinnot tno distant future with prosnects also for the early resumption of full dress negotiations with Egypt. KATES OF SXCBAf/OE St* NFW YORK Cheat*, on Banker* Demand n 10 CtirrSM* . Coupon. ^IKer 1 \s mi % %  > S10-. cr Cbaqua* <*> ..nd < -ilh Inapectlon by appi a*SI -' tat UP for anl* at ihlM cnmraHtlhin al our 0SB raoS. on Friday ih* SBii Augu.t IS" Kl'Tt'lllNMJN ItANFlELD I %  MICTION .ired I will *ell or may A.iS*t SSth. al Meaar. Chtl*" .Id St ill IMS — 10 H F I % %  .'Bed in accldcnti Sal* at S p m 'NT tilUI-l'ITK. Auctioneer 1 n v MAHT %  %  a] OAI VANISg I -" %  coppcri .1 % %  U MSS k ill. I .. 1 oiling cm .ini..iv aMetrfa ,..,: %  rraadle macblnaa. Radio* Ml .... hlnea. bread .Hear. H"" 0 *' .reel and other u*elul itenui TE ,^.| it Arcii-r McKenrle UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TO-DAY I action Bale of Mr* CeunM* 1 ,i>oi.i trtict. at %  ocean *pm I htt Church SA1.F. II I CAWBADOS OFFICIAL NOTICE IN nil oi Ri or In pursuanceof the Chancery Act. ISOB I do hereby give nniire to all pcr.onr iving or claiming am calale. rlghl or tnl*r**l or DP) l.en ot IIM-UO r alTectinfl the propnt* hei-.r.-d. mat Honed lli< bring before m* an account of ll.ri. i-ir.iwin. theti eUneaeM nd vouchers to b* *umin*d b* m* on any Tin--d ... Knday rartwewn ih* houn 1 13 noon and 1 o'clock In lb* alien. %  -. Bitdgrlown before the ITlb day .-i i ^t^Lcr. 1V5J bj i ach Claim* 1*1 be reported on and ranked aceonl'ig t.. Ihe nntura ai-d pclorlU thereof .-l—li.-l>. olherwlae auCh p*ron. will be precluded fiom tlie tkrncwn of an* d b* deprived from all claim* an or asaknM the aald pi plalnllff ItaOIATtn STANl-EY MCHOLLg Defendant*: WILLIAM IMLUJl ItABNES and FRANCIS DOXALD BARNES A14> THAT corUIn place or porcel of land *ltuirle .il Black Pock In UM Mrl'h uf Saint VMkM ..ilmea.iiemrnt SiI -i twenly-lhin. • <-.bouU Abutting and bvundln*on land* o( The Mot.nl Planlatlon on land* ol W. W Rave* on land. ..f in* %  •'ate Of A. Chapman deccaaea on land* ol thr eatate of B. CM.pm.in n.c.aed on ol Thompeon d*CM*ed and on a nud way to Ihe pnblh •amwar abut and bound T<*V iner eaUh all and an and ereetlona on I MM fl %  Und .-.clcd and bull .landing ana belnfl with the appti.i. isth July. lM U.K. SERVICE From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow %  •iTUGARDBI rtij-Ks Saalb Wale* ..18 Aug Aianata Augurt E*rly Septemtoar. Mia S.pt — Mid Oct. Law t> U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London "ESSI" St^NAnF-IXspuitr IS Auf End Mid i Eifltcted ArrtTal Data* Hrldretawa. B/d*a 3 aamiemb.-Mid October Early November Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. Phone 4703 ^M^^ s taam ^ C D CANADIAN REIVICK "in i II mil sn ISA I'ARODl" K1M* ARNETA-AUUI i: Auguat 31 S*pt 13 sept 13 Sept %  Sept SB A STEAMIER "ORTe-eOI'ND Apply :_DA COSTA CO. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE NEW YORK SERVICE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE \ -.11 AMLII A STFJVMEK "I A STTAMFR t.ll A STI'AUFJl .all '!. WV.H t. 17th Juiv. arrive • SIM July — .-nv** i I4ih Augutt — anivei SSBl Auguat airrVM lla lli.i Bepi-rnber 2nd AufU*t iSlh Auaruat ilh Auguat |3lh September %  invei STth Septeriiber KOHCRT TBOM LTD.—NFW Y0K a* Ot'LF SERVICE >C',',VK-Odl Seven sixes of PHIMVS BLOW TOHVUKS for yon te select from, -rices raotr frosn $17.40 to $46.76 THE VEXTHAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A; Tudor Streets ... iii-an that 6 ...ii. • paciaag %  orua ad llfliaai that will %  hMer r taaaui tfall oM and m ., i... %  aSB Llie-rn,atlMn u-1 It art Tn-ub -to,,, ru,,, bh r.llng the h and mil .... ana the t-.ih Iron clad Ksra ..,.-. I NV( r and BM e-tfe or I o..v back .%  "at %  : I...:.) TV. rant** i:oicta rag PAIHSolPllES Stopptd in 1C Minvtis It la na longer nereaaary lo auffer unlna. Itrhlnc and torment H'.m 111.* alnea thadla.-iv.iy of My**, uoemerl* known as Chlnaroidl Hytaa atac-a to work la IB minute* and not ..nly etnfa th* pain but alao tahea out ihe awei) ins. "top. tiK'adliig nd < -mtiala nerve Irrllalt"" ll-r*!" < uibuig inker troublaoeauaad by PUea atKh a. H-adarha. Nervmnine... Imrkache .'-o-llpaUon. Ii.ua of -ra-y. deMltly. and I ret (a Id* dl*pi>itlon 'let Myl*" Irom your di4flat today under Ih* poaitiv* guarantee Myte* mu.l aii^r your pii* .aln* and tmublea or mone return ol amply varans*. < back as Dated ISlh Auguat. IBS3 I %  11 S S3dn Always a time saver... i Bed and T-dor Sir. \i ajnaoOD i IUS< IIHiK no— to th* Dal .lecraph. England-* Ir.rtn.g bal R ..par now arriving In BarUadoa ui dy a few daya afle. pul .ndon ConUCt l>n Gale C/e Alt %  %• Co.. Ltd. Local liepr***nuti el II1B I.4J II WARNINGS. After a hurrleine — beusre or houses, and trees 11 i-i i have not completelv collapsed. 24.8.52— Zn. INICE nJIINITtJilE •*vt> OTHER THINC.S AT MONEY SAVING rVefORfl rlprlngi OB SB I W. %  • I Kitrt,.W-.flona 1i r;na. n-a-r, Kllr^en n^l^wrN %  *. i". iM ind e-pernle piece*. Spnnc and Bnrbasi LS. WILSON %  FBT STRa.IT DIAL 4a*s i % No appctile/ No pep-' The rwh. blood building proper^ucs of VEASTPHOS will r lost energy and will BI VMilR. TROTMAN Auctlonreni m CO.. Holiduys \rv More Energetic A Good Thing, Say Doctors LONDON. Holidays are becoming more • 'u*rgetit, aay doctors. No longer do people spend every dav on the beach. A Medical Prsctitioners' Union iciort saya: "Most people want raoraj activity, not less. The es%  anea ti( holidays Is change, not i >.. %  ..• II 'The inonoioiiy of housework and office work end hours at the factory must be counteracted by tlm excitement and stimulation of ln'-iing. canoeing, mountain climbinn and a host of other active sporta. Even a change of habits, of I food, of language makes for a I holiday—which is why we fly to, Cot nnent." L.ES Save ajj ways with this BIG CAPACITY VAN! FRMCHTFR CAUGUTFOtK Nr.WKOUNDLAND. Aug. 25. A Pan American Airways Cl(ppar radioed that a freighter was .. ; I ".in %  ( %  .fl the Qpasl ' N wfoundland. The nlr-asa reaCanadbsn Airforce ordered planes out al mice X* • -' rttj TrM airforce said that a Pan Americ tn Clipper enroutc from Gander to Paris radioed that the Iratahb i wag burning 25 miles off Newfoundland's east coast near Bonui that th-' ma Did signs of asa life %  itifled vessel, and; that no lifeboats • i —c.r. Here is a dcUrcry an I'm it uncscclkd for Ihe economical irrying of nMrry repe* 0I WOoA*. Handling u easier becauae of caxrtkw viulHllrT lo ihe direct and irnall turning .irik. Dd**S*B .ah btteJ with aliding doon a graai tatcty and tine aavinfl icaturc Ijugetl load capacity in in atjaj 150 cubic fast! Utt 01 right hand drive Wide opening rear doots and low loading line a*r time on coUccuon and t-Ueery. TgasMorre Cn r n an ri.iii'. NEW FIT! NEW FREEDOM! NEW FLATTERY! THE NEW SHAPE robust hiilf-tonnet la built Co • %  "ith the ,H>*ubU lunning nod miiniasaaca MORRIS CSMMERClai FOIIT IIOYAI. GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diitribulors Phone 4504 NO in; AT THE SHOULDERS NO TAPER AT ITIE WAIST NO TIGHTNESS AT THE HIP You've never owned a suit like it! Its New $hape is designed on a revolutionary, new "cone" principle. Its lines dip straight and true Cram broad, handset shoulders to the hips. No old-fashioned taper at the waist! Try on THE NEW SHAPE, in new dynamic, DeepTones . Lt your mirror be the judge! A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CLOTHES CREATORS & CRAFTSMEN. FURNITURE AUCTION LiriNHira **d AvrNir. -ro-DAV at II SO a n. We have received Instruction* from a C D. Webvtar Eat) to dl*poae o f hi* rUBNITVBE and I.I 1 1 1""1 S n luted below: — VirWIKO HOBNINO OF BALE 4 MOBJUS rtiair*. Berbiee Chair. Armehalr. D1rin Table. 4 Dining Chair*. Sideboard. Or,. TabUr*. rvmhlf Bed rn>d Spring. D.-**lnB Table wit i L-u-fl Mirri-r ami Stnnl. N -I.I C'li. Il Al 1 THE ABOVE IN MAIinc.ANY cubit t Electric PrlR Phillip* id '.. n.tterv Set IIATVIO, China Telephone Table. Larder Kite-hen Tnhl.. 1 Burner Table Modal CAS Range. Painted Cradle, Child* Cn.lr. Children'. Painted p.irtiiinirill-nlog Tahla. Wardiobe etc 1 StrnnrmVon Bed* -."d Spniur*. Iron Bed and Spring lalrtdat. 1 Hln-jte Maltr***. UlM China and Olaa* Ware. Kero.enc Lamp*. Metal Swing chair. Picture*. Carpenter-' To"li. 1 box Cameras. Children** Toy*, l-awn Mow*r. Step Ladder and other Item* AUCTIOVEKRS JasKaa Si. 111..*.> I 4640 Plantationa Belldlng. FURNITURE AUCTION 'BEN'S AM" siiraiNtieAM OASOENB. MAXWELL'S COAST On WgDNgSDAT. 17th AL'OUST bale III Oart.irla.T1p. %  •"• f I"* runHiFriTCTS a* Ibsad VIEWINt; MDBNTNO OF SA1.E Tab'** Oceaa a Va-aoua. Cake stand. Wminf Deak. Dae* Fallboy. Bedald* T-blae. Singe Bed. All IN MAlIOCJ. ANY Wr^TINrTHOl'SE WT 1'ecetver igiod <• or King order), Tubular Aimebnlr*. Small Armrnatr.. Standard A T*M* Lan>(H • vartoua Ivpeir ("lock lOtH rram. with Blue racji road order. Hanging Mirror A fnldlng Table in Umed Oak. Dumb Waiter tOakl. 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WHAI S OH TODAY UM Caw teat awa* -.1 IhWrmifi lhal n*wt THI Jf Hi* Ititt^v In Ihr JOUnri *ad ID* Ooed thai I can 4ft irtotto ESTABLISHED 1895 TVRSIM^ 1W52 PRICE FIVE CENTS K.MM "Hue U NORTH C: KOREA ing. At Springfield. Illinois, Steven. son who will address legionnaires' on Wednesday conferred with President Walter Reuther o( C I.O. United Auto Workers' Union and James Patton, President of the National Farmers" Unlnn. They altered him several suggestions and said afterward, he listened but made oo commitmenu. Reulhar described Stevenson aa "the most Independent candidate who ever sought this high office." The C.I.O. leader said the Illinois Governor "was not a candidate of labour, industry or political bosses" Outside Classification Both Reuther and Patton tossed barbs Ht Eisenhower. Reuther described him as a "great General but he Is working outside his jolt classification Patton said Eisen3 Countries Proposed For UJH. Council iclosed today that the ii whuopiug coiajti was move than chicken pox Fran icputU nc received over. u-.e week-end uie oarifeseet ea well uBdM control but schools I -nd churches will remain clofeou! fur a further three weeks. House-% m th area are being lumigaten I and reatrtcMoea on ingress and! reel especially for children' UNITED NATIONS. have been instituted. Arrange New York, Aug. 25. ments are being made to U-bonon, Denmark and Colombia Ui^engUuHi th* nurse-midwife e expected to become members j muff and Dr. C. K. Jones who |l the United Nation* Security | tarrying out 8.C.C. campaign .•mong the Amerindian* of ihr Northwest Frontier will be disi>atch in the area to follow up imergcncy treatment wilh B.C.G itaana. Council next year. informed diplomats said on Monday The> %  re axnaeted to l>e elected by the Crneiil Assembly tn serve ts/oyear terms on the SssSSsI nation council lies-inning January I, 1953. Under the geiutrnphical system of distribution of non-permanent Let %  ,:aie Tuikey but the G.M.O. %  vith J populution estJ-i united It 800 mo>tly Amerindians bafl a resident HBOM ami mulwii" j.Ks Relations With Egypt On the Lp-Grade By K. C. HA1.KR LONDON A TWO moves last week m u ked a significant relaxation uf tension in the Anglo-Efc pLian relation mil readily udmit th;it they may > llnw d iurthei promising dsfvelopooeai The lifting ot the ctofc. i.: hy Britaii luppues >>( non-operational equipmei.t t he Ej yptl n \in.\. and an offer to grant iigain trajnihn I tdlitlet to K. yptian ofRceri in Britain, both announced In tie pa&t fvv, days have been describee 1 ea %  uoodwdl i-stm owerds eeneral Mohammed Naguib's new regime. ....miarterlv hower haf alr eady ab rogated theifo, the Middle Eastern seat. Den-• and the Health Officer o Rcpubllciin platform on farm} mar k lo pepUce lh" tm ii.ive been affected but itionarv measure fill anlmnh .-i bm^fr opqDe corner of Madlann „, Hprt-d by Gornmen.s In' Ih. were mocui-lco [3 1 ihcit own %  Bttfrapbical aeeae and Imovenaaiito of annuals %  eUH Elsenhower made several de-">"e <' *• choices are Ukaly %  iho no milk is being partures from his prepared text. < tc eontetged. Lebunmi will receive, allowed U leave the *n*. IVeOne paragraph read, "but let us (the Near-Eastern seat tor which cautionary mea.surae may Inst only as Eisenhowpr delivered his address to more than 13.000 cheering legionnaires. There were chants of "we want Ike", and he denounced the warlike acts of [ veat sharply hew to the, American principle fundament nl that every man is innocent untUproved guilty. Assassin* of rnWacTer and promoters of which hunt" are dangerous to our freedom and to our world position of leadership In redding It he changed the second sentence lo "subversive elements are always dangerous to our system." An Elsenhower spokesman said after the speech that the General made some of the changes because of his dissatisfaction with the telepromoter device he was using. —C.P Libya May Take Decade To Become ^lf-Supporting it ran tw., years ago drafted b> Turkey after long served ballots. ipin,.m was Uatateated in .1 Council wul but eventually withdrew In Lebanon's favour Denmark is the second Scandinavian nation to sit on the Council. Norway held | |tai in 1949 and 1950, and her delegate Artie Sunde was President in the crucial month Of July. 1950. when th. I voted n series of measures establishing a unified command in Korea. Sweden had never been a candidate for a Council seat because, aa her spokesman explained on several occasions. Stockholm (iovemment feels iU. presence on ihe Council may jeopardize their tinditlonnl policy 'lie changed tone and mood of Ihr 'tritikh Pross which o more reserved appraisal !.gyptan affairs and of, Angl..r^cyptlan relations in General Brulatl Foreign Office, and govern meal spokesman have malnUnncv in their contact with the press th< itmost reserve on this relatloo xhlp since general Nagiiih' 1 iXHip". Me ; mwliile. attention is focussed more closely on the "far < nd "' the Middle East defence ;irei where contacts between Turke> p Ctrcece and Yugoslavia bavi %  iroused great interest and hope for some sort of Balkan agree ment. Both Britain and the Ifniteii le-. would welcome such alignment which would n*then conelderebly the West' Arrested U.S. Officers Will Be Replaced U.N. August 25. It may Lake as lone as ten j eara before Libya the World's at weal sovereign nation, becomes aelf supporting, a United, Nations expert indicated on Monday. Hurricane Practice Today %  We A small scale practice of thai st. Michael's Parish Hurricane I ttelief Organisation lakas place thai afternoon at 4.30 o'clock and .-.-111 last for 1 '-i hours. The practxc is being arranged! • conjunction with the Social eajfara Uepartment which is ID' harge of the feeduig arrange1 nents. The idea is to test the .fflcioncy of the Services, but ; t i not proposed te try out more than 18 of the Shelters and. Teedlng Centres. „.[ The Canteen Staff will try out' Power said after United Nations, |,_ httng nrc? nnd boiling water In Geologist* discovered that no tm o^,, „ 1S hope(l hal thf mineral deposits of commercialAreo chairman. the Canteen iignlncance existed in Libya, emstaff and Sholter Wardens will) phasis Is being placed onl .semble at iheir allotted station^ agriculture. I in order to make the practice as' u.P. realattlc as possible. Thomas Power, Junior Unilef Nations technical assistance representative In Libya told a ne*i conference that although the United Nations and United SUf the Mid Di-fenor Commnnd Phi 11KHI.IN. AM ratted EM rto nithoi mi I the 'in. %  rnernl 11 % %  ( the .... the Soviets i ,. %  uld be rep i a, reverieaneruudT L h ••bow ; "">e.manded thd, %  i hut nld thai it men would have at lo new peeks, %  > ittOW th'iu |i ivei tn mlaalon beatfqii i The authorities said that the %  August 15 gH to be In that Ami'm.i' %  trei ivej la each %  •. %  %  i. MiKSIol' formed t;. aftei lh I that they %  i id been II lolailaliuri DM %  t ofAei i d that Anil dehi ami it i eaeaMted thai about |al will he pro'i .ii be aboul 12.000 %  tea Bn the A :ll net a pn-loction about f\ of then earndurirti thr ^rop. 0 aid that It was the 'he sugar growera thai I ndueUvfh of workers this yea1 been iH'ttci than it had been the past tan yean. • %  of a peoaant i.iltivatlon and h.iuiagc oervlce. to bt the only OM in th? 1 %  M lad %  bed ui the r ping of Un p Ms rear and althoueh U" %  ervtei is passing through the usu-l teething trouble II I1 Rpected nal it will %  inhiite to increased productU < in future years, both by the %  1 cultivation which it ii *e% available to the peasants and ulsti to th.improved and M UMN fi-ihtiev for haulage of The result of 1 amid aet eels be larger %  %  If nej veiling. Condition* Coed Chee IBM that working conditions in Antigua re good Wages compare favourable with those paid In the other 'stands of the Weat Indies, having ihe cost of living In the peotlva islands paUej igned, and nip fen had eame 'i realise thai th.y were partners athef than ooponents in mdua%  nd Ih.il thev nuiHt work to1 the welfare i>f 'hem. end Of the island cides with the decision son British Forelpn Searet Anthony RnVn t n VII' M M Wo Liter next month for I view nf nolltlral issues tn which • On Face S %  lluwi Si : MAIM II MAST W. Germans Cynical On Reunification Issue FRANKFURT, GERMANY. Aug. 25 THE lirst reaction of West German newspapers to the latest Soviet proposal for an early four power conference which Russi.i has thr-.wn "^s Rast Germany. 1*he West appeared to b> nv to reply to the Kremlin A> %  United States offli 1 1 "' don"t have to be in any hurry iihout the Russian Note, slnee they look six weeks tn answer ouiThe Wast, when it made Its nroposal last month was under heavy pressure from tiona in Oe17n.uu 1 | make a new attempt at neRntla'tne with Russia However this assure apneara to have eased, so thai the Allies m.'iv not essential to n uneasslORr o Insure a Big Four rnnfercnr'Cermnnv. — V.f I pilvpt'w Soldiers AM Good As Any TOKYO. Aug. 25. kov, Sovli t %  1 %  Soviet don to —IT. Uritaln, U.i\. To Have Same Rights WASHINGTON, Aug. 26. A diplomatic ofttcial ssid on Monday that the State IX-partinant has expressed complete agreement with the British embassy here that Britain and other United NaUon.H countries whose forces are fighting in Korea should l'i. k 1 1 p.,, %  1 not be published until it ha* ileli\,-ied lo tn. nn-iim, 'tee. piohably some tnm (odu> It* lepnrt the sub-cominilt.'r • demanded that Pace "take' luussun steps lo assure thM confusion, del.. which occurred ir> %  not repeated in the %  at the .nrltaj-' ontta UV' proKrammo". |i ^.,,,1 w, .1 %  heuU determine -mimed)' <> whether govenimen' hea ..... UNITiO NATIONS ngiiler-Ooi.>or-> •nd came/-baaed Navy pUne i iva ttruch a gisnl Comnnimn noop ar" 1 suppt> nsse s* Mssa) >ng on UM Korean WSM eossT. leaving 300 buildings gutted ana HI Ramea Five targe exBsOsttaas were r s p orts d ss dead-eye Allied Iximhers blasted Red .immunition ^t-res. afore than M0 plane* took 1 .it to the attack. fCfirmf P'sstf Dstssttvs fatted In Gunfire CUwIi Itance Opens W.I. Lawyers Conference hw Uur Own Cu'rri pendant l*ORT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. B. Oncnins a conference of British >' oibbcsn lawyers at the Governanfag College this mornini ("Jovernor Ranee asked conferees to bear the S-CA.C. report in mind during the disrusuons H aid h had no doubt that in tiicn discussions, reference would u made to the proposed federal court as recommended in ihe S \r It what wi) lhal rn nmissula II %  might affect their dr\lsion I. .lid not know, -but 1 do ask • 1 U) benr it in mind." thirty lawyers from vari" Wsi Indian islands ;.nd Brit. oean Two mam items on igend.-i ..r... |ermanent t. I Indian Court of Apeeal und teneral Aw.uciaUon of The B*r anttsh CariBbi 0 \|*-. too lhal the parley • I last up to next Friday in1 %  I Ranee Returns From U.K. U.K. Fighting To HoLt Empire Preferences LUNMON Aug. 25. BfUaifl .seems to Iunother hard light to hold un Ii riM tinpiriptefcrences — .>fc*ulU-ii mid i ten ted by . 1 aaUonal trade eoufensftevs 1 ii i by U10 I 1 ii sh and American officials: (t)Kive to ten year agreements under afhleta the Unlte-t [ % %  !• % %  will buy commonwealth 1 >W matarlals In a timited pine r..nge ill Large United States investments in underdevel<.|-,i ciniinonwealth (3) A c;nnpalgn to lower American liirllTs so thai ihe slerllnv in increase dollar ex1 ti IJolbir iU wilh One object of Britain freeing ihe l-i mid. iin eormnonwealth conference v il have to give them a go %  Id to say p| an which accepts ts. Tonight a spoke"• t the British Embassy m V hlngton ;.id: %  Any talks B tentative. • Of this infornuitio,, eanst rn MI our ads but it is a very piece of Aiiiencsii I r king %  glad U'l been put M i.re Ule AnMrican ntegM Over Sun Frdnciaco SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25 i former air force B-M me' %  ntlfle lecturer said 'i not da} that he saw two silver 1 %  1 • (Ivinieast over tho San Fi ineseeo purport "at terrin. ipeedsKobert Osrdner, 38, of Sen CO -aid thst he and hi. Wift both observed objects at 5 30 p.ri. on Sunday, and he was eon' %  • % %  • they were "not from DM e arth" Oaraner, who said he v with the Air Force m th.miK World War II, said mi' the objects looked like "cross •actions of a cone clipped off at Thev were diver gre\ -C.F. I I'ORT-OK-SPAIN "AU'JI. fa A detective was killed and anI on i injured yesterdsv during -I gunfire clash between two parties 1 01 i>lain-cIolhes police at Penal Sooth Trinidad. The victim is de-(" ive constable Stanfleld Wll-' <' i"t. 32. of San Fernando (' I I) Lloyd Smart, another detective,:" wounded In an incident which !k nrred at S o'clock. B0U1 pari were armed with warrants foi the arrest of a wanted man. atij the -hooting was due to an IVraiii \\ ill Sell Oil To Italy. I .S. HAMBURG. Aug. 23. Persia has concluded her first il iitreement with the govern>ents of the United Stales and %  . and Is selling them her oil 1 20 per cent below world mar•I urices. Senator Hussein Makki iid here today Makki is Sccre* %  General of the Persian Oil 1 1 .'ittion Board.—U.F. '. Two Reptaced CAULU, Aug. 2a. ibel's Chinese Commuiiiat adfiltration reralled to Lhaha i)i Kalimpoiig two memlker. of Ilia-tan Tr^de Mlwiion lo |n But not a single allied military • nmmnnder would venture to xuaas at what will rnippen lo the "planned" buildup over ihe next iwf vratrs. — D.P. REPRESENTATIVES of the Barbados Boys' and Qlrls' Clubs ss they marched past at Kensington Oval yssterdsy when the first AtbleUe Sport* Meet lag of the Earbado* BoyV and OirK Clsba was held. In the foreground Is the PolioBand which led tbe march east. PORT-Ol med ; '> 1 %  The army has Ratmed th;' epil-1 papermen at the airport that he ptic sold.! 1; the uest, had ,on he was go'oops In Kore.i. even what enIni to pUl nmlssion iged In eosnbet. Colonel Drassii 1 to certain Council There is considerable speculal -:ht be a new garter UM Legls1 result of pubneutropsychlat I Miltant for the Far East Command .nd that the .irmy has been Inducting "pllepti m-n .'.-hosf seizures are controlled by m-dlra'tion anal aecepting their %  nllst53 Wives Join their Husbands TUNIS, Aog 23 Tunisian Mlnlst-aSalah Ben go el .i.ii Moliammed itridr.i Monday to Join emer minFl ,-ince last sprint! 'hen PremioMoharnnilc .md rd*J cabinet were the French 'Jeneral Jean de Hsutesrant Into hiding %  t I MOM and more oeople are say thf TRUMPETER



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TUESDAY. Al'CL'ST 2. lS2 BA1BADOS ADVOCATE P IGI Falsification Case Resumed JUDGE'S DECISION EXPECTED TODAY THE case m which Keith Squires, a 26-year-old clerk, is arraigned for falsification of accounts on or about Autrust 31 last year, resumed at the Court of Grand Sessions yeslerday before Mr. Justice J. W. B Chenerv. U has been adjourned until to-day. J^ Attorney General. lion C. Wylie. who with Mr. f. E. FieM. is prosecuting for the Crown, said that the Proaecution will call more witnesses. His Lwd*mp' said thai he will drawn to some extent and he w rule this morning -. to whether not too happy about it. He ran* the case is strong enough to go up Squires at the end of the to the jury. month and asked him if he hid Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated a '"" number ol cartons, and with Mr. F. G. Smith are counsel Squires told him he had. He for Squires. instructed Squire* not to make He is charged with having on any more orders for any. but deor about August 31. 1951, while h*Pit** that, bills were still roming was a c.erk or servant of D. V. '<"" wme which were ordered. He Scott & Co. Ltd.. with Intent to enquired about it and he believed defraud made or concarred in 'hat It was from that the letter making a false entry In u book Wose. belonging to. or in the possession Deficiency of D. V. Scott, his employer. The deficiency was close to purporting to show that wi Au7.000 gallon-. sust 31, rum vats 1. 2. and 3. the Cross-examined, he said thai he property of D. V. Scott and Co. believed that ft ->m the figures Ltd.. at Cheapslde. Bridgetown, shown to him. Squires hud i>reconta.ned respectively 2.798. sented the correct stock whin. 1.3B0 and 2,820 proof wine galshould have been at CheapsJde. lons — . It was possible to think of rum Order for Rum in casks in terms of rum in vats. Mr. Gladstone Jonas a Clerk He wa* not blaming Squire* for of D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd., said th-U 'he loss in any way From the letSquires would usually get an ter Squires wrote, he gathered order from Mr. I). V. Scot: or that he was in a bewildered himself to ship rum when rum state of mind and afraid, was to be shipped. Between the The Attorney General said he 10th and 13th of September, wanted permission to amend the Squires was given an order for indictment by deleting the word. the shipment of rum. Later in 'stock" which said which kind of September he called on him to book the falsification was made enquire about the order and in. Squires told him that he was Mr. Barrow said that permisworklng on it. eion could /wily be given if the Aly Fiiet to Rita "MaasdanT Will Make Caribbean Cruise In 1953 Examination* I'm I. C.W.I. Studer.U MR RICHARD MAXWELL. Diractof oi KtivUlea loi ihr Virginia StanChambtr of Commerce, told a Press Conference .it the I egleleUve Council Chamber veslerdav Magnus. K. E thai the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce has char" gata. P._Q. tered the SS. Maasdam to make a Caribbean cruise with over 400 tourists next year. The on January IS, 195:1. Mr. Maxwell's mission la to ments for the cruise m the ports PASS LIST B\t> i.lMkAli M Hen .Second Class Honours — BerDecanting Centre To Be OpeneillnB.G. Clwtfa Woolli-v will open the Rulmvcld IVaantnn: CVnttc. which comoats He said '"at had become from PtlNCI Aly Khan talks into n microphone held by a < %  as he arrives at Los An. ternalional Airport, for ,. vugl with his estt.tnged wife, a.t.ei Rita Haywoith. and thot ter. Vasmln. The Prlnre. to down with p.irkaer* of I the youngster, refused ta the potulill Its r.ive the passengers a sightseeing tour ashore, (2) Receive and return anv official recognition, (3) Piwtfla th. opportunity for any local businessmen to meet businessmen aboard and discuss any business possibilities. Mi. M.ixwell said that Mr John Battl' OOVCSWM of Virginia, and hiwife will be making he cruise. They were all interaeo, r. A. IMIKVJII1M1I I \ \MI\ \IHiN IV Si II M I All. E ; Arrhrr I deV Eastman. 1 I H In M t \ 11 ted " "winthe placei where Uiix'l" FL; Maynler. H M, He Washington stayed when man. D. G; Sm.ill K A u U here. Maxwe J. A V.ii 8 i fOi World OpiiitevOn §•& Roee Hi'lalions Thi* Ports Ol Call al nr %  Ol t During the month rranged was scheduled to bring i*v. 7*.< %  T"".v "T -—* — ...... u > %  • Liuiius UM niuiiMi u. July them to Barbados on January 15 r rt ^?'^ th "!. w S ,,d ke ," f w * Indictment was a deTeetlve indict, sum of $2.331.7 was repa.d by The ports of call Would be^ Port" \1 t WI S w r ? ^V"'^ ^P" wnl Th Pr^"'i> had known boat-owners against loans This au Prince. Ha.t. |. a Guaira S-iZ_\.^ t^e last Friday In ever 'ince that there was evimakes a total of $48,836.05 reVenezuela. The entire grouii he discovered that deuce that the book in question paid to dafe. The outstanding would then be taken overland to balance to the $42,191 10. Interest collected for makes u total of $1.1 tcrest %  .in: in to date. Pot Itsh and Snappei Squires did not turn up for work was not a stock book. and he went to the Company's „, ., compartment at Chctpslde to rdshlp said: 'In this whether he had let, the Customs ";. '^e Ijarned Attorney ^^"moumZ to 3S Warrant there for the shipment General has made applicotion for of rum. tn amendment of the indictment He did not find ,i warrant hut bv s'ricking out the word he noticed a rabber band v Irh "Stock" before book, and M he showed to Mr. Thorpe, the Barrow has objected to the Officer in charge of the Bond, nntendment. After giving the and to Mr. D. V. Scott matter the most careful consideration. I feel I om fortified both lne Letter Received by principle and authority In ali alt ) On the first Monday In Septem^Txh^T 1 ^^ ""* ^ HTJT' U j£?L ^TT" ber, which was a bink Holiday. !" ^ ^J^ P** """"^ f '? m he received a letter from Squires Quotation BriUoh Honduras and British The following morning about 7.15 Guiana with which it will be Squires came to him and he told "' must a >' tht "' and 1 uote ablP ' com I )1,te thla programme him he had better tell Mr, Scott ,he wo^d, of Mr Ju ,lcc Humof boat rep:accments. everything. phreys in a case of Criminal Ap_______ He went down to the bond to *""*! Re E orts r 1B5 where bl check the stock, and II was disBa *" We ,IUnlt ^erable IO point out that the responsibility for the correctness of an indictment lies in every caae upon Counsel for the Prosecution, and not upon the Court. No Counsel staff n0,,ld P fn a criminal case without having satisfied himself upon Ihst point. If in his opinion the indictment needs U tNDON, Aug M red that S nth African I'l.-inu-i !i M, b,n may take %  ftorta to Dwbtllac arortd aMnkw on SouUi Arrtcan aecordtng t" i.illano • modelled on Gandhi's • India is not likely ti> mceasjd nh< • reason falls. "It is hard to My what could move South Africa's Kr.nt I'K'w-nt leaders to A more tolert frame of mind." If India can succeed in mobilising world •.pinion, perhaps Dr. Malan might have some regard to that." —I'.P. end of July is Caracas. The third stop would be Barbados and the next Fort de ihe France. Martinique and the llnal this 'P San Juan. Puerto Rico The i n ship would be the SS Ma..<.dairi. The trip, he said, had been UMflshf"l, loo from the point of vie Inquest Adjourned • Pot fish and Snapper fishf"',' !" ,ram in P" n > o< vieiv | tr iav ^J, %  ing got off to an early start, and that they only stood long enougd Worsim. The inquest touching \hdeath of A mold Hope ,i laboure. „.. of Prtpcct. St. James was yes(physics); IBCOND KXAMINAIION MEDICAL ItM.ltl l v Berry, if K Kong < %  i l.utchmun. s s, Pleou, l> l \l Itatan. 1' N.. Read. N 1 iers. R. O; Tang. K M L. M . Forbe*. Mm. it ) I) u Hit h< I D, B ; Rodger*. P. 1 B The following lii^'ii referred in Ph.itni.irutoK^ BsMMlsfer, /.. B.; Ben Boland, f \' Browne, V M I G M p, John* n,B.I latke. It It V 1 ..... M \ Miwh.-ii. M K Sloi dard, K. I. % M; Box D. V. M Christian. ]> t nitMT rXAMINATION IHK MEDICAL DKQItEBS The tolknrlng camlldatat have passed the lwu .tiii'i/ii.-. 0. 1.0 A C, K Bethel r w M Clarke II. r K.. Dyer, il C Forte, D. G l.civ w i i ... %  i i I Muaroe, J i; s Reece, .s. M Tlie follownur can I"' beta referre d In the i Ihe I two I lock p n tinvhini area frmu winch rii.bulldlnga m these twobtesflu .. %  .:. DIM block %  ill %  i i.t. • ii.ii i. % %  other, in kMptngj wtul Uw Geor g e t own liar, win he .ulised for Inctujffrial concern 100 Homeless After Bltfze GRENADA, Aug 2* I l*1y Sunday morning destroyed five houses including %  vnem—it leaving about Matsca, nearly half of them children Starting m J by Jot Pitt on H to the tenement .. on the opp< %  I'M Tyrrrl Stree. ., R. Davi*. CabU >r : public fund launched headed by the Governor lim Llii 1 'run sfe rred To Malaya MR B. C ...mill Ltepn l-f.' ni y <\ Mj %  bout the middle "' Seplrmbcr tor Kingdom. Mi. BurUai linti-h Guiana in A.urut. 1B49. and will thus have onpleted three years In the rhe LeSflUlataWe Onitwll "ill i oaocq His successor will be rtortlj bo askad t,. approve an nnounce't been determined I foui more flat, of similar siie "* Government will dispose of of smaller families tl.ese .-ott.iges. whether re where the ino M,ld "" trl Knt. but indl IU bOOractOd Is already %  • ltx tl llu *. v w >' *-" %  "• Ul '" : prcoarauon to ttuaau on .;. rental hirpurchase the la>ing out <>f n4iii and boau The rnoney roe cjuiasuuctluii Actual construction of "f these buildings has already IhssM buildings will start later *-en approved by the Legislative %  I is v. MI Council. overed that all of the vau were empty. Squires had never complained lo him about losses at the bond, but In the letter it was staled that he had to cfinngc a whol Oh one occasion because of petty Healing, and that the rubber bands found in his desk we bands he had taken away from a woman who worked there, and whom he had dismissed. He did not expect t to make entries In a book he hod soon at the bond in the companb *^ M a JJ !" 1 Th ^? r ,, mfly le*' compartments, in which certain entries were made. many useful catches from largo pots were ree'rded. During the latter part of nth four more keels were aking a total of nineteen UA Jet Fighter Shoots Down B17 Accidentally these parts to whet th tiles of the touri.ts and ii cases when their leave around again they went back to any of the places which they had visited on the cruise and at which they liked to spend aiiNiiunir 0d t-lne die by His (physics, btolofy) K A M.l/'"l INTtHMIDIVII IWMIWIH) Polios Coroner of District "A". IN ABTS came Jfat, ,r: tak-n to ,h0 fiChin. J !" "". P. A. D came crai Hospital on August 22 sufAvails-Smith, S M : GeorfS, M 7"! '^.T wound n h ' body A.j Osborne, C; Robinson. M < und died theio ,, August 24. I>r Theobalds V I rull, B, V K ^t Sinii.M performed the post (The Students whose names ,n fuli.s are from Iu.rb.wh IlMUMWMMUMMiM.iM>iMv55vi^ M .,v^,,'.-..,^^'^ WASHINGTON, Aug. 2V A rocket firing Sabre Jet fighter amendv-ith radar gun sight accidentally ments, the necessary application shot down a B-17 with eight men should be made before the acaboard over the Gulf of Mexico cuscd are arraigned, and not, on Monday the Air Force clerk M m tnis caso aiU!l a the eviannounced. dence for the Prosecution has The Air Force said four paraII be chutes were seen to open from the amendments which would be B-17. Rescue planes found one properly made at the commencesurvivor. Crash boats sped to the iuth of Panama %  i target for the ment of a triaf which would l>e scene 50 miles Cross Examined oppressive and embarrassing to City, Florida. Cross-ex-minea, ne said thai th Counsel If made at the close The B-17 was acting us director the book somed to him to be a f ^^ ase for the Prosecution." of a radio controlled B-17 "drone" memorandum which Squires kept Mr. Barrow said that the case an unmanned target plane which for his own use. He did not know * not strong enough to go 'o Squires' handwriting. Ihe Jury. When he reccivt.'d the letlcr The Attorney General said that from Squires, he took il to be an there was =ufncient evidence to explanation of shortages of boi'end the cose to the Jury, ties and screw caps. His Lordship said that he would D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd. kept o make a ruling this morning, regauging and retesting instruments at the bond. It was not Squires' duty to rcgauge and retest. Re-examined, he said that he took the whole letter, including the part in which Squires wroto that when he saw him he would 'Jenkins Roberts 9 Brings Lumber to have been Jet fighter. The F-86D seeks Its target by radar and fires rockets automatically when In range. The B-17 caught fire and disintegrated in a few minutes. Colonel Arthur De Bolt was identified by the Air Force as the pilot of the F-86D. The Air Force said It Is conducting an Investigation. Both planes were based at LgUn a Florida Air Force base —V P| ADVOCATE | CHRISTMAS CARD 1 COMPETITION THE Kotmrt* Motor Vessel Jenkins £ h o,v l, ,h ?, ,a cl r "r s srs^ m K^rwith c % did not do it all alone, to refer to f t # lumber whlch sh( the shortages of bottles and screw-caps. Mr. Donald V. Scot Director of D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd said that hh Arm bottled rum for export at the Cheapslde Rum Bond. Squires was employed by his firm about the middle of 194.). and had been in charge of the Company's compartment at Cheapslde. Book for Notes I notes began unloading yesterday. She also brought 130 cartons of tomatoes' Managing ^il 20 cartons of pineapples. Jeaklns Roberts, which is under the command of Capt Fergusson. is consigned to Messrs. A E Hams. Three other intercolonial vessels brought cargo over the weekend. The Motor Vessel Lady Joy arrived with M2 bags of copra. 135 bags of charcoal, 28 ind 193 posts from St. Lucia. Squires to make certa for reference purposes. Squires had on more than one Eight hundr...l\ frii.i ried ftbout cartons and money Dd for bottling rum which was ages of fresh cocoannt*. fsees 48.00 10.00 Fol Arome 35.00 10 00 I'our Truubler SS.00 10.00 Jl.k> 3000 10.00 Vaiue -..in i Mir 30.00 10.00 Rue de la Pals 36.00 10.00 ( m. de Kuwlr 30 00 10 00 Lavande 30 00 10.00 (.Hiiie Dor 20.00 1.01 four Trim birr 17 00 6.00 Ii 1 w4mrk 17 00 6.00 • m .i I \ I. ni I %  : % %  17-00 0.00 KNIGHT'S LTD. Phoenix Pharmacy. MASTIC miiniiONs IN lilUILAINS WOULD FAME HtFOfl &f BIV NOW Kill \MAS PIESEMS I wouldn't rhangr my Klddlt-o from Oak Milk (or anylhlnc. fur I've never bf 'hem to drltiK tmlk the way they arc iliinku*: Oik Milk Now, tvan my two year old Milk." it really tastes i | Ireh (. Milk WORTH A TRY SUCH A SAVING! "iik U tint unl> Mild H in i %  yo i afford to pay :— bm. rat kostpod .lib. Tin Ml u*r far lew Oak lo set a ikw of milk (only ONE lablmpoon prr rl*s> m-trail of TWO or TIIKFF ) OAK DRIED FULL CREA.H AVILK OAK THE BEST MILK IN THE WORLD AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY L. J. CO.. WILUAM'. MUHIM LTD.. Sol. Mas*


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