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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY



Court of Original Jurisdicticu—10.00 a.m é ,

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m 7

Meeting of the House of Assembly — a Fe
2 p.m, / és,

Mobile Cinema at Wiltshire Playing }
Field, St. Philip — 7.30 p.m. 4

Police Band Concert at St. George's i |
Church Pasture 7.45 p.m. i

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

And the Good that I can do. ESTABLISHED 1895







TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952







Big Three Reject Present. }pygecenee- 1-7.

Form Of Soviet Proposals

Will Accept Further
Diplomatic Exchanges

(By J. C. THALER)

LONDON, September 1.
REPRESENTATIVES of the Big Three Western pow- !
ers opened the first round of consultations at the Foreign
Office on Monday on a reply to the Kremlin’s latest pro-
posals for a four power meeting on Germany. They were
reliably reported to be in agreement that the Soviet pro-
posals are not acceptable in their present form, but that,
despite their rejection, the: West will leave the door open
for further diplomatic exchanges.
patie 2 eu Se Met oe er eh
n
Affairs, Frank Roberts, U.S. l=
bassy, Secretary’ Robert. Hooker, U.K. Should
an e Frenc ssy Coun- = 1
sellor Etienne De Ch 1 ar -
siting the’ isa cere] base Blockade

expected to last about a fortnight.
The Western comsultations co- Of Iran
incided with a report reaching
London that East Germany's top
Communist leaders were negoti- WASHINGTON, Sept. 1.

Sa arrangements with The Washington Post said in
e

claimed that Prime Minister Otto
Grotewohl and his deputy Party
Secretary General, Walter Ul-
bricht were drafting a mutual
defence pact with Russia on lines
of military agreements between
Moscow and other eastern Euro-
pean satellite states —U.P.

In London For
Banana Talks

(From Our Own Correspondent) |
LONDON, Sept. 1.

Bustamante flew into London
to-day to discuss with the Food
Ministry “a very delicate mat-
ter” of bananas.

He wore a “pepper and salt”
tweed suit with his usual starch-
ed shirt and white bow tie.

“Our agreement with Britain
for bulk purchase of bananas is
due to end _ in two years time” | country cannot afford to overlook
he explained. “We are here to the British stake, even though the
discuss future marketing ar-| American approach ought to be
rangements”. — independent. But is there not a

Does Jamaica wish to end th®| middlé way? Would it not_be an
bulk purchase agreement before | earnest of good faith jf Britain
its scheduled time?” “It is what! were to relax her economic block-
we are here for,” said Busta-' ade of Iran? Once oil were flow-
mante. {ing aes oxygen A ia res

This evening instead of giv-;in more of a mo c a
ing his usual Niception to press- fairly. In any case, at this point

\
|



Iranian Prime Minister Moharn-
med Mossadegh might be more
in a mood to negotiate the oil
dispute fairly.





The Post declared that Mossa-
degh’s “unceremonious rejection”
of the American-British proposal

Iran back on its feet was perhaps
to be expected. It shows that
Mossadegh, for all his recent ap-
pearance of reasonableness, is
just as extremist and intractable
as ever. It alsc shows that he is

aster. When all this is said how-

to try again.

dividing the United States and
Britain on the oil issue. This

ae wweeemereenernmeenin ep itnenistlipceneanieehsetietnsemnanin essassimensliiinne edema



i i i be

a was “too tired—andsdy,. tbe te there would
tga Cnstnrs diare politely att t e to lose by making ane
told to “come tomorrow.” ! attempt. —U.P. |
et |



N. Koreans Warned
Of Air Attacks

FIFTH AIRFORCE, Korea, Sept. 1.

FIFTH AIR FORCE OFFICERS said on Monday that
North Korean targets selected for air attack are warned
several days in advance by general radio broadcasts and
leaflets dropped under the pre-attack warning programme
adopted last month. However, the 2ctual city oy village |
to be bombed is not named. Generel warning leaflets are
usually dropped several times on the target selecte: i
Final warning. when bros#dcasting Is used, is made 15
minutes before the first wave hits the target right up to
the minute that the first bomb is dropped, one officer seid.
Finally, there are final post-attack “We Told You So

a. Force spokesman re-. will repeat that, United Nations
vealed the original list of 78 tar-, bombers will be over: ia be
gets and added that cities and’ destroy military eas Reg
villages ruay be removed or sdded) the city novy. Seek. shelt: ? er
to the order of priorities, The, out of the danger area, © niet
actual target list changes in num-| Nations wants to save your er
ber up and down the scale, and United Nations Air Force see -

be any set figure. only to destroy the war materials
a p : of the Communist aggressors,

“The general warning, which is} Don’t be destroyed | with therm,
designed for peat aE Leave the city now.”—U.P.
ag a morale weapon for the whole| ~~ oo
of North Korea, reads: “People of} WHERE CAVE EXP
North Korea. Remain tuned to
Radio Seoul for an announcement
important to your welfare.” From
15 minutes before the planes ap-

ar over the target until the

mbs actually begin to drop,
Seoul Radio broadcasts: “We inter
tupt this programme to bring you
a special bomb warning to the
citizens af (mame of city). This
ig urgent. United Nations bomb-
ers will destroy Communist war
supplies, industries and military
targets in your town tonight. I

Ecuador Gets

‘New President

QUITO, Sept. 1.

Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra be-
gan his four-year term as Presi-
dent of Ecuador today with the
announced intention of seeking
constitutional reform. Velasco
Tharra was sworn in last night in
an impressive ceremony in the
Capitol, taking the reins of the
government from former, Presi-
dent Anlo Aza.





Speaking before the _ galleries
packed with special diplomatic
missions from all parts of the
world and over loudspedkers_ to
huge crowds in the streets, Vel-
asco Ibarra said that constitu~
tional reform was essential to get
the country out of “misery”.

He said the reform of the 1946
charter was necessary “because
only vigorous executive power
earrying out a single plan that
begins with what is indispeoeee
and gradually attains to luxuries,
can bring about Ecuador’s desire| FUNERAL SERVICES are held for ind
for administrative honesty and
the recovery of lost time in reali-|
zation of the public’s transcenden-
tal national importance that will| +
relieve our state of backwardness the surf

French Pyrenees His father
-d to his face. Ins*




E
and misery.”—U.P sudde pr i 2
5

Britain were to relax her eco-|planes had never betore atti ee
nomic blockade of Iran, the |that close. @ attacked) by his

LORER MET DEATH | Three New U.G.W.1.





1

Na vy Pilots Get
Glimpse Of Russia

(By ROBERT GIBSON) |
Aboard the U.SS. “Boxer” off Korea, Sept. 1. |
NAVY PILOTS looked into Soviet Russia on Monday |

on a Korean combat mission and saw “no flags, no people
and no M.1.G,’s, but plenty of mountains.” Russia lay
only a few miles from the oil refinery at Aoji and 30 mile:
from the Oron Mine hydrogen plant at Musan, targets 0)

Monday’s Navy raid in Western Korea.
On the northern frontier of

Korea: a thin strip of Manchurian | e
territory runs between Korea and Y. hida S
the Soviet maritime province, O08. ays



| Aoji is three and a half miles from}

the Manchurian line, and 12 miles J I N

frorn the nearest Soviet erin | apan Ss ot
Any Russians on the border | R in

could hear the thunderous explo- e-arming

sions, see columns of smoke and

flames, and watch the zooming TOKYO, Sept. 1,

\lnavy fighters as they ie igen Woentan
viet in Moscow, The reports}an editorial on Monday that if |the ‘Aoi sonREN y attacked) Premier Shigeru Yoshid:

United Nations’) denied on Monday the charge
political opponents the!
an ’ Japan is beginning to re-arm

, tone am, porisnt, sunny and} Yoshida said that full-scale re-
juliet, Said Lieutenant Comman- |’armament for his country is im-
Bee Bixden ener apo of Salt cometh if for no other reason j
ake City, Utah. “There were no . ¥

age, Ho people, no Me Lee ir ae that Japan cannot affore

plenty of mountains.” Lieutenant] yy)¢
Commander Ward Miller of Santa
Rosa, California said: ‘‘We had an

opponents had charged
that the fact that Japan is spend-

to end the oil impasse and put|excellent view of Russia, We were | iN About $555,500,000 a year foi

very careful not to cross the bor-|“efence constituted in effect
der but it was easy to see that|T@- armament programme. He
there wag nothing much fthere.| Said that the charge is “utterly
The land over there is very rough |tidiculous,” especially . whep
terrain, like Colorado or the|Japan’s defence appropriation
Rocky Mountains, We couldn't see} are compared with those of the

willing to push his bargaining] any people because we were too| United States and Britain, Japan
power to the very brink of dis-|far away.”

now maintains 4 national police:
A pilot from the carrier Essex/reserve organized on an army

ever, there is no alternative but|reported seeing two “unidentified pattern and a coast guard patrol

ircraft, probably jets, 10 miles| they a ially called secur
or so away. The pilot said that Hg MS a aan

There have been reports that|the planes were more than 30,000
the Iranian policy is directed at pfeet high and flew at top speed.



Adenauer Returns 19 Dead In
With “Basket isi
Of Broblenis” Co sion

BONN, Sept. 1 (From Our Own Correspondent)

Chancellor Konrad Adenauer KINGSTON, J’ca., Sep. 1.
pee ae wer ‘on bn a aed Nineteen persons were violently
acs” lf prablens | ied whey a aise en exe

; -Year=1 crashed into a truck at a leve
old West oT We in er iicekd crossing, 35 miles out of Kingston
has been vacationing in Switzer-) on Sunday. Six other passengers

land, will within a _ fortnieht} of the truck including the driver
attend three international confer-| were injured and are in hospital,



ences. The truck was conveying 4 group}on tomorrow morning, and these

On Wednesday and Friday
Adenauer meets with his Cabiret] qpiteg States base, to the first

;
|

Two lorries both owned
by Messrs. A. Barnes & Co.,
Lid., collided in Trafalgar
Square shortly after mid-

| iis amen bid ka
day yesterday, They were Col Engineer Goes On Apes Hill, St. James where the

both laden with cement and
were travelling — through
Trafalgar Square from the
direction of the wharf,

One lorry M-—23819 was
driven by Medford Hink-
son of Vauxhall, Christ
Church and another lorry
M2913 was driven ,by
Charles Campbell of The
Ivy.

There was no serious
damage but the rear wheels
were locked and one lorry
was wedged against the
pavement around the Pub-
lic Buildings,

Traffic was held up tem-
porarily while the Police
took measurements and
statements,

tirement from the service,

|
|



Library’s
Is Successful

The introduction of the new
system of lending books at the
Public Library, whereby borrow- ;
ers may take three books instead
of two as previously, has proved
suecessful and has resulted in an
increase in circulation, Miss Bet-
ty Griffith, Acting Public Libra-
rian said yesterday.

Under this new systein, bor-|
rowers are permitted to take out) Re za
two fictions and a non-fiction, ov} MR, T, E, WENT
alternatively, one fiction and two
non-fictions or three oe d
The introduction of the system! EF ’ C 2 1
was to meet the demand for more i Ol ourse
fiction, e e
Meanwhile, Library Authori- I S te t
ties plan to place over 400 new n ani a 10on
books on preview at the Library





following Saturday morning at 9|ted to leave Barbados on Thurs-

‘to discuss the Saar question, the] Motor Rally in Jamaica to seelo'clock. On Thursday night at|day next for Jamaica where they'|

Schuman plan, restitution to Israel] nuto races, airplane stunts and} 9,05 o'clock, Miss Griffith will|will entey the Public Health|

and the coming Parliamentary | motor cycle races, when in trying

fight for the ratification of the] tg ‘ain over the crossin
West German Peace Treaty and to: beat the train aver the ¢ 8

the European Army pact. The

Nuremburg to preside over the] Worst road and rail accident in

first session of the Schuman Plan| Jamaica since the Balaclava ’c-) a1 the Deposit Stations in the
Couueil of Ministers, during which| ailment in 1939. Bighteen died) Country districts, the Acting Li-| Up to the present 12 Inspectors
the Saar problem will probably} 0" the spot and one ied in hos! brarian will visit some of theland eight nurses from Barbados
be raised, From there he will go] Pital this morning, larger Stations where she will/have been trained in Jamaica.
to The Hague 10 sign a Treaty! it was a week-end of accidents| address borrowers on such things )'The difference is due to the fact
‘in Jamaica, Returning from the|# “How to Select Books”, and|that a year ago when the selec-
motor rally at Vernam Field, aj@s part of this scherhe, she will|{ion was made, no nurses passed

under which West 43ermany will
deliver $715,000,000 worth of goods
to Israel as restitution for crimes
the Nazis committed against the
Jews.

girl fell off the pillion seat of a

other cyclist was killed in King-
After thatthe Chancellor was] ston in a collision with a truck and
expected to push to Strashourg|a boy drowned in a pond in the
for the meeting of the Council of|countryside bringing the death
European Foreign Ministers, the} toll to 22.
sesjiot. at which he will raise the| Fifteen persons were injured us
West German claim that Demo-)a truck overturned near Mande-
craic freedoms do not exist in{ville and other week-end acci-
the Saar under French. steward-| dents brought the total of injured
ship since 1945. In the mean-| persons to 24, making a grand
time, Adenauer must map aj total of 42 deaths and over 100
programme for the last session of] injured in accidents, principally
Parliament before next year’s}on fhe coast for the month of
elections.—U.P. August























*

Projects Begin
(From Our Own Correspondent

KINGSTON,- Sept. |

The University College of the
West Indies was in the news to-
day as three projects connecte
with this institution got under-
way in» Jamaica.

First was the opening of the
U.C.W.L, hospital whiclf receive?
its first patients this morning
thus opening up new medica
course facilities, First man in
was a labourer who fell from
n ackee tree at Mona property
his morning. Second was_ the
opening of a B.W.I, Adult Edu-
cation seminar under the Chair-
manship of Norman Fisher,
Chief Education Officer of Man-
chester, England, Delegates to
the conference come from all
over the West Indies including
non-British territories and even
from the Gold Coast.

Third was the opening of the
R.E.C, Executive meeting to dis-
cuss the future finances of the
University.

A Warm Day

In a temperature of 90 degrees
in the shade waterfront workers
sweated yesterday, Some of the
wargo they were handling might
have been refreshing but tended
to give more warmth and pleasure
rather than relief from the heat.
: y For example the Jenkins Roberts
ustrialist-explorer Marce) Loubens was loading 700 eartons of Gold



bY er ed

outside the cave in which he met death near Lacq-Atherey, th the {Braid rum for Trinidad, 250 bar-

rro

4 tands «

ping, a handkerchiet |rels and 160 cartons of the same
Mairey, leader of a rescue team, {product for Nassau.
e-trapped stientist td The M.V. Caribbee was also
‘ to satety loading rum, this thme one drum!
Honal) and 40 cartons of Moutit Ga)



(interna

it failed, Books at the Public Library, in] The two Inspectors are Louis}
truck was smashed and] which she will speak oi the books||{ayris and Knight and the!
Next week Adenauer goes to] bodies littered the scene in the} which will be put into circulation. |two nursey are Missey Marjorie|

motor cycle and was killed, An- Deposit Station this afternoon. | were sent instead of two,

getting their meat supplies from)
Australia, have had to send’ Michael, died at the Genere ;

i ael, f » General Hos-
orders to New Zealand to offset’ pital at about 1.20 a.m, on Sun-
the meat shortage that would day after being ‘involved in an|

ive a short broadcast over the|Training Station for an advanced}
ediffusion Service entitled New|course in Sanitation

In an effort to revive interest) Mayers and B, King, |

pay a visit to the St, Clement’s|ihe test and so four inspectors



This is part of a scheme of

4 Meat Ordered |;verapne training for loca) per~'
From N. Zealand: 1
Man Dies After

Following the big drought in; |

Australia this year, meat stores, Fall Front Lorry |

here which have all along been)





Dalton Clarke of Jackson, St



result, ‘wecident on Fontabelle Road, op-}

A local meat dealer said yes- posite Pickwick Gap, on the pre-
terday that they prefer to deal vious day |
with Australia mainly because) Clarke and three other boys

there is a more regular shipping were sitting on top of cane fodder

service. between Australia and the Which was loaded on motor lorry |
West Indies. While a ship usually M-1284, owned by Donald Sobers
alls here from Australia every of Jackson and driven by Clement
two months, ships call from New! Mascoll of the same address. |

Zealand once every three mooths.; Clarke fell from the lorry

Thid means that local dealers! He was taken to the General
will have to send on three-month Hospital in an unconsciou con
uders to New Zealand instead of | (ition, A post mortem examina- |
wo-month orders to Australia! !lon Was performed by Dr. A
luring the coming month |S. Cato and an enquiry is fixed

Immediately the drought situa-|'0r @ Jater date,
tion was appreciated, local deal-,
vs hurried on orders to New oe ‘
Zealand, and with a good stock Re-Registration
it present, and another threc- A ate
month supply ordered, there will Of Nurses Begins
be no meat shortage for the| . ‘ ;
remainder of the year, Hams for} The re-registration of Nurses
Christmas have also been ordered,|began at the Registry yesterday



depends a great deal on the|ister between now and the end|
amount of rain Australia gets in|¢! the month may do so at a fee
coming months, of one shilling for each head under
\y/nich they register
K ‘ : j Then from the dst of Qerobe
o he pli the Sth of November, the
eisal To Observe dost of ‘re-regidtering will be 2/6
nder each head, aftey which re-

Irrigation Works I egistration will cost 5 shilling

1 each head,
es LOS ANGELES, Sept, 1.
ing Feisal of Iraq visited)
Imperial Valley where he will| LOCAL RICE SHORTAGE
observe irrigation methods, The! WILL CONTINUE |

17-year-old monarch said that}
his country had plenty of water, ! UNTIL OCTOBER
but must rebuild its irrigation!
system,
King Feisal spent the week-er
visiting Hollywood film studios
and talking with students from
fraq attending the University of
California at Los Angeles and the
University of Southern California
He told a group of 20 students
that they should be “good ambas The rice shortage is due mainly
sadors for our country” bec to the wet weather British Guiana
he believed that the Americans have been experiencing this year
vere not well informed about the This has caused milling te

Middle East UP.







| The present rice shortage will
ng continue up to about October a
|merchant told the Advoeave yves-
\terday. He said that there will!
be rice meanwhile, but merchants|
will have to curtail the usual dis-
tributions so that it will last until
the shortage is relieved in Octo-
ber






PRICE : FIVE CENTS
SQUARE

The cause of retirement (sj ¢ar_ ye line than Tae

In his early days
Service he was a clerk

ed in the Petty

Magistrates’ Courts,

Advorate





Pre-Retirement Leave |):

M.B.E., Colonial Engineer, has gone on leave prior to re-| etter te sve located thy

end of his leave will have completed 40 years’ service

in

Debt

lee, the Treasury,
onjal Secretariat,

ippointed

ing Clerk along
as an Inspector

In
Government

the
and
1921

with

at
works, For a_ brief

the
period

| he plagt*will begin to werk
Civiljmuch a&“Lke\ importation”

and serv-}| machine oe >
the} lbuildime v h L1kessorm i

Water-





Reinfall from Codrington: Nil
Total rainfal for onth to date: Nil
t r atus 2
Lowest Termperatere 4.5 E
Velocity: 5 miles per hour
meter (9 a.m.) 20.955, (3 pm.) 29.2894
TOparY

Sunrise 5.49 am.

Sunset: 6.12 p.m.

Lighting 7.00 p.m.

Hig! Tice 12.18 p.m

Low Tide 552 a.m... 5.18 p.m



| Amother
Industry



jlyst returns from England with
another term weeks

The Barba-
dos Co-Op-
trative Bank
are investing
1 sum of ap-
proximately
$250,000 to
finance a
plant to
manufacture
tiles from
local clay
Mr Coppin
las gene to
ingland to



umself with ,
he vorking é “

and to select

f the plant x a



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER KEPORT

ee

For Bdeés?

BARBADOS is likely to have
another industry when Mr. C. A
Coppin, retired Government Ana-

n



acquaint : ea
7 . ¥

he neces- MR. ¢ \. COPPIN
ary machinery and equipment

‘for ovens.
The plant will be situated

at

jank purchased two acres of land

nd are preparing to erect the

uilkdimge to house the ovens and

hy





he site wa

i
{



he ex kage of carrying th

: : : \o a pibrm, farther away froniji
Mr. Went joined the service in 1913 and so by the} cas weltc_ v g

It is mgt known exactly




ke
Of- Mr. Coppi Aas



Col-|oxperience in t

this he served on the staff of the} weeks time.
Provost Marshal
ignee but the years

pent at the Waterworks.
Engineeriny:

and Official

t was he joined the

if and after t

he Waterworks
Works Department
Inspector of the

Department,
Mngineering

el to the top post
satisfaction of the entire
the general
as this thoroughness and

and

He acted as Colonial
‘on several occasions
d for the thoroughness

orkmen

he

separation of



As-

were

tee! THE SEA EGG
SEASON OPENS







1eT3 The selection of
dictuted by the fart
hat the natur:j@es pipe line was

lready tha » & i as vas
THE “ADVOCATE” understands that Mr. T. E, Went,| sroposed "peeaic& this eddie Trawas

he was/in charge and according to him
puwehuc- [ia ‘enxioue to see the gpractical
duties ork done.” He lieft_ Barbados on
Sunday, 24th by the S.S, Colombie

after nd is expected to return in ten

and Public
he became an Tr e
ne s@a egg geason began yves-
» Public Works B gan 3

and
Assistant

Finally Mr, Went

later

Second

rday morning, and housewives
enerally wikK welcome this item

f food to help relieve the present

Enginect od shortage.

and was no- In the St, Philip and Christ
his hureh areas mainly, there were
york, his extensive knowledge of — 41 sales, but few s®a eggs were
building and his

handling of id im the City, as the season has

nly just begun. Good catches
was appoint- »e however anticipated as soon
to the great : the season gets into full swing.

public,

clancé to dutY which

od his’ health. At 58 he has been
compelled to “throw
many

-|SENHOWER* ATTACKS he marketing of fish in the

} °P
we Gani jand
Two Sanitary Inspectors and two; :omplete recovery to good health
to Vernam Field, abandoned} will go into circulation on the|Public Health Nurses are expee-

onge”, but hi

8s



service Last month the total amount
But it (sh eaught and marketed in the

of

He- /ublie Fish Market fell far below
in- Tl fetal @e¥ight in the prececting

ionth: Two thousang, one hun-

the (red amd forty-two pounds were

friends j,arketed last month as against

admirers will wish him a \(.995 pounds in the month of
July.

id many happy years to come ys to the classification

— iven by the officer in charge of

NEW YORK, Sept.

Jarket, the largest amount of fish
as caught in the seine net. This

DEMOCRATIC LEADER jomounted to 1,882 lbs There

were only 30 Ibs. of dolphin while

I pat tish and other variet

Dwight Eisenhower angrily at-|. mounted to 142 lbs.
lacked on, Monday

tributions fro

workers undér threats
jobs

m

would ‘lose their
Republicans wir
elections.-U.P.

1

alleged
effort by the Kansas Demoeitic
eader to get $100 campaign con-

Government fish were marketed, 394 Ibs.
they dolphin; 445 lbs, of bill fish; 1,794
the lbs. of shark; 445 Ibs. of albacore

the

November and 2,645 ibs. of fish caught

‘the seine net.

ies

As against these figures, in the
month of July, 560 lbs. of flying

of

by





Next year’s meat supply | morning, and nurses who re-reg- |

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—— Canub Calling

SEPTEMBER 2, 1952



BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY,
—————————— eel

! SONG RECITAL No Visit to Barbados is com-
By BEACHCOMBER

lete without visiting the
Inde 5 f Alla P
“= cere Kt oe famous terrace of





BY om ’ 1
IR GEORGE SFEL, KCMG., ,.. Congratulations MUSIC critic congratulated a ener) CACRABANK HOTEL
Comptroller of Development ‘y3l@ Gase oeere EWS has been received that an orchestra the other day
and Welfare and _ British Co- N Flight Officer W. F. Lamb 2% “not allowing emotion to ees camer i BALL (a short ride from Town)

Chairman of the Caribbean Com- who was Private Secretary and interfere with the flow of the Overlooking and command-





WEDNESDAY, PTEMBER 10TH, c
mission, returned from Trinidad ADC. to Sir Merk Young & music.” The most likely man to #& . “i wise, a os 30 p.m ing the whole of
Gver the weekend where" he former Governor of Barbados, and become hysterical in an orchestra aAgcompanist — W. HACKETT a . i
attended a Meeting of the Board who is at present stationed ‘with 18 the cymbalist, owing to the For Tuesday, September 2, 1952 Reserved Seats — $1.00 WORTHING BEAC
af Trustees of the Caribbean the R.A-F. in Germany, has been tension of waiting, inactive, for * Unreserved — 7c. & 48e.
Commission Provident Fund of promoted to the rank of Group wie cue. An excitable violinist » Tickets ee. Advocate Here sitting over the sea, in
which he was Chairman Captain and is due to take up the has been known to saw clean Look in the section in which your birthday comes and ran 21.8.52—4n all the breezes that blow,
Christened peointment as British Secretary through his violin during a loud find-what your outlook is, according to the stars. ae you can drink its famous
re cf the Standing Group of the Passage, and the story of the kine id : oe t+ Pianters Punch — or have
fFHE infant son of Mr. and Mrs Supreme North Atlantic Treaty frenzied trombonist who blew a Could be more encouraging for materia a K
I 3 LUNCH—TEA—or DINNE
Cecil) McCartney of Forest Organisation (N.A.T.O.) set-up in small man out of his seat in the 4. March 21—April 20 interests but maybe this is well, it will pr or TEA or COFFEE
Reserve, Trinidad, was christened \Washington. front row of the stalls is too well revive new interest. Day urges unselfish- + at 11 am.
Graham Willoughby by Rev. Group Capt. Lamb was married known to be repeated. ness, honest effort.
Frank Pemberton at St. Paul’s fo the former Miss E, B. “Poogie”



GALETY Afte: a hot shopping speil
take a Bus or Taxi to

)} The Garden—St. James CACRABANK

i TODAY & TOMORROW 8 30 P.M and bring your costume for

i Whole “Serial a swim to enjoy its coolness.
NROYAL MOUNTED

Church yesterday afternoon.

The godparents of the infant
are Dr. Tony Gale, Mr. Ian Gale
and Miss Gillian Gale

Married In England

Jowell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
llorman Howell of Glenrose,
Strathelyde, Their son David will
continue his education in England.

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*

TAURUS
April 21-—May 20

As for most, to-day says turn more thought +
to family, intimate affairs, It can be done
without ueglecting business or other mat-

ters. > a






Listening Hours

TUESDAY, o 2, 1952
400—7.15 p.m. — 19.70m, 25.53m







land to Mr. Alan_ Clifford
Dawe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ches-
terton Dawe ot London, Mr. Traf-
ford Goodman a Magistrate here
was the.only son of the late Mr.

parents,

Joan left here in 1950 for Carle-
ton College, Ottawa, to study
Journalism and she returns home
every year to spend the long holi-

Home On Holiday pit? 2m The News, 410 pm ‘The RIDES AGADC Ask ms Z ee of rates,
= - “e i ‘ . .
His marriage took place on : Say freee “= ‘Mew Rotass *« GEMinI vied ores eee Serene, is smuyized, silty get alas sameeg oe aaeaenl and look at its rooms
the 30th August we = =. JC a hg Promenade Concerts, 600 pm. Ulster May 21—June “2; te fodiens oar Tikes: * THURS. (Only) 8 30 P.M. Parties for Lunch and
H ton ur aughte r. ane TS. Magazine, 6 15 Meet The Common. . a Dinner arranged
Baiace of Miss’ Margaret Elizabeth *4, L. Harrison of “Seascape”, wealth. 6 s- m Sports Round. ees Avoid sarcasm. Preston roster & Dining Room on Terrace.
Goodman, only daughter of the Vontabelle, came over on Thurs- 719° pm. Home News From. Britain,” * 4 HIRLWIND RAIDERS” Telephone 8148 and 8611.
late Mr. Trafford sone ene cay aa by 74 be See T1S—10.59 pan. — 25.58em,, SAE. CANCER Take things in stride. There are matters "neal STARRETT ;
Mrs. Goodman of Hampton, Eng- to spend a holiday w Ss p ee eanienvoua Sa ae Pee x June 22—July 23 that could upset your plans if you don’t

watch out. Retrench where you should till
more encouraging aspects prevail.

sonal Portrait, 8 00 pm Variety, = =
p.m. Radio Newsreel, 830 pm

From Britain, 8 45 pm Interlude, 8 os
pm From ‘The Editorials, 9 00 pm
Ring Up The Curtain, 1000 pm. The
News, 10.10 p m_ News Talk, 10 15 p.m,

ROODAL FHEATRES.

“A little with contentment is great gain”

*



pad- ay LEO is excellent motto this not wholly promis-
Percy Goodman, famous Head days. Herpart Hodke Talking, 10.30 p.m. Fam: is y pi 1
Boys’ Foundation ous Men, July 24—Ang. 22 ing day. Do some research, review mis-
2 * - Impressed «x takes and gains; get set for better days. yy EMPIRE OLYMPIC | ROXY | ROYAL
4 r ask Owe To- , t Two Sh
Spent Five Weeks R. NATHANIEL CARMI- B.G. Director RT Tico aoe | ama BS” | Tecday £45 & 8.15 \Te-gny Geom 830

*



a 7 ove: . Z Go about usual chores calmly; don’t let alt Disney’s Paramount. Pi |Lawrence Tierney —
ISS DOROTHY CLAIR - CHAEL, Government Analyst R. S. BOODHOO, Director: of Aug. Sa @8 outsiders bother you, Behind the cloud SNOW WHITE AND Jock CARBO ra qunt | Pietuces Ksuine Nobeete
MONTE, daughter of Mr. and returned home by B.W.1.A. from Bootthoo and Sons Ltd., of there is a bright d happy iod. Chin THE SEVEN in } in
Mrs. F. Ciakemente ae Trinidad - Sunday after a short British Guiana is now back in x up SE a 8 OE om Ppy per pears th oem | THE BIG THE ee
Assistant Mistress of the Girls’ holiday. During his stay he took olor By :
Foundation School, returned home ©!© 2!A SINCLAIR, wife of Ray he opportunity to visit various eS seo ae #4 - Toe aon MY | CARNIVAL \ ne
by B.W.LA, from St. Lucia ong -‘ sell Davioni, alleged procurer, ‘echnical Industrial Works, daughter Pamela on the Colom- LIBRA Might try toning down exuberance; do 2 Reel Short: | PA ENCH } Starring Surring |
Sunday. She had been spending## 5 being tield in $10,000 bail asa _ Among the many places he vis- pje after making a_ cruise to « Bept. 24—Oct. 23 curb any excess activity. Day will be better Boy And The Eagic | Kirk Douglas— | Duncan RENA
five weeks’ holiday there. naterial witness in the New York ited were: the Imperial College of yamaica spent if you take the happy-medium road. * foday at-130 pom Pau, HENEIED | Jan Sterling Leo CA RwLO
ck Home vice probe. She was arrested afew ‘Tropical Agriculture, the Govern- Extra ‘Wed. & Thurs.

; t
ment Laboratory, and the Agricul- Mr. Boodhoo whe had previ- oy at Chibaren Merle OBERON._ | short: —Hot Air Aces| 1.30 & 8.30 Friday









§ 2 Special Children |—— — vey oes,
R, FRANK CLARKE, son ofg 20urs after her husband balked at — | D 7 br * ously spent two weeks in Barba- «x SCORPIO You could make a fine record if true to Matinee “Thurs. only Wed. & Thurs. 4.30 only
| Mr. and Mrs. T. A. D. Clarke’ eatityign before the vice grand eg ig dee oi? Tevedeeed vhs dos expects to remain until Sep- Oct. 24—Nov. 22 your Sign’s best traits, A little daring in Ye) — Walt Disney's ue woOokUM 1.202 9:15 . || ghlore BRROGE.
of 7th Ave. Belleville, returned ae oy refusing to sign a waiver all that he saw and was glad of tember 12, He is a guest at business may well be the difference in ah eee Starting ey Gany COOPER Ain N
home on Friday by B.W.LA, from wf immunity. (International) the opportunity given him. He also Mayville, St. Lawrence. day’s gains. DWARFS Laurence | CBEmRTS in apAeveD
Antigua -where he had been § Quiet Wedding eid that Trinidad shows great | Also holidaying at “Mayville” + Wed. & Thurs, and THE GENERAL (THE HIDDEN ROOM
a almost three weeks’ hol- N THURSDAY ; } promise in the West Indies in the is Mr. Cameron Massiah, a Bar- Make no unnecessary changes; be especial- at 8.30 pom. THREE HUSBANDs} DIED AT DAWN C re sas
A . afternoon 28th jndustrial and scientific sphere. badian; resident in Curacao for x sacrrTaRius§ ly careful in business affairs, Don’t tear co Se with and ‘Pull BROWN
Arriving from Antigua by the’ lace t St, "Cy ntiante ending took Up And About Again — %® Bast ten years as an employ- sry, g5—-Deo, a down unless you can rebuild better. Mrs, A. L. Stuart's | "Eve ARDEN [CASINO TC KOMEA/Friday at 8.30 p.m
Same opportunity on Friday was )Pl a yprien’s Church at 5 UP 4 4 AR ee of C.P.I.M. He arrived here Dancing School “Opening Friday ~|Coming Soon | Farewell Perform-
Mr, Jimmy Tappin, son of Dentist o'clock when Mr. George Ashley } ! recently by B.W.ILA. and will be x Genetalie ausdloious outlook Be stee you Presents pening jay ance i of Z Madam
A. S. Tappin and Mrs. Tappin of Puckering took as his bride Miss IS many friends will be glad yemaining for two months. CAPRICORN 1 y P er bad. REVUEDEVILLE | crmaron xm |CAVE OF THE a Shae Pui
Lodge Road, Christ Church, Jim- Gloria Anita Cox, daughter of Mr, + that Major J. R. M. Cave, Dec. 23 — Jan. on nee prekametan * acted when ee CARACAS NIGHTS
my also spent almost three weeks’ and Mrs. Cox of Martindale’s Q-B-E.. has sufficiently recovered ——————-———————— x tomotiig and Rarentl 1952 HOT STEEL OUTLAW 1952
in Antigua. Road. a et oe as to be out and CROSSWORD s
= With Hongurs ort Holiday "Major Cave who is regarded as AQUARIUS | Uniess urgent, do not dig up unnecessary %% GLOBE
EWS tis been received that M* eee GITTENS of the “father of Rifle Shooting” in KK (Jan. 22 — Fob. 20 atters; let well enough alone in general. Te-day S & 8.30 p.am.
ornington’

- Collymore Barbados, spent the afternoon
Si bree pupils. of pan: Rock left the island on Sunday by With his favourite form of sport.
Who along..with others recently 3-W-LA. for St. Lucia ~where he While ee ee ee
took a Pitman’s test in Elemen- “!!! spend a short holiday. Range the Maj betes eae
tary Arithmetic, have been suc- : pee Avene hed eae eee
aa "Mads Sewtcn antened For St. Lucia op eh, (out % ear shot
first-class honours, Earl Estwick RS. MARY DUVIGNEAU of a cemee ot shooting mae
and Ervine Armstrong obtained Bank Hall, St. Michael, left He is certainly the doyen of
second-class. The examination the island on Saturday Jast by the local marksmen who always seem
was theld under the supervision Tady Nelson for St, ia where r
4 she will spend a month's holiday.

to turn in better performances
of Mr. CB. Rock, F.LP.S when he is near.

Attend to important things first'in smartly
consistent way.

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*

“WITH A SONG IN MY HEART”
Susan HAYWARD :o: Rory CALHOURN

*

PISCES
Feb. 21—March 20

~

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May find it extra good going plus fayoura-
nle news during day. Also helpful aid
where least expected this somewhat unpre-
dictable day. Heart interests in favour.
YOU BORN TO-DAY: Innately steadfast, honest, sincere.
«x Excellent reasoning faculties, often critical but always the
friend of those who need merited assistance. Use well your
Should take things with
Birthdate of: Henry George,



OPENING FRIDAY — 5 & 8.30 P.M.





ability and diplomatic qualities.
more ease; have confidence, too,
author, political economist.









Across



































“ply Western America’s needs.

has been watching tor him trom















as | : ’ é 1. rire ts ae quality mode dis
f) arr
Treasure Hunt Rupert’s Spring Adventure—20 ‘ ana 23 Oiekee CH ye aM MM MM Mw +
, : p mw 60Clti“‘(<éi‘i‘l’é—=(OOLOQCOTS OTe ttle enniien ¢ealltlté‘é‘‘ OOO’HOOOO OCP Vey yy Ys
“On Lake Huron j "g 10 Bo ed is ego, cay et ee a eae
- ‘ 18. Radibie trash, “) wer KT AIL The Toe 2 Members
A TREASURE -HUNTING 16. Make Gn to the the we COC =
in th '
race is on in Lake Huron, be- i ee eran UR ADVOCATE'S SOCIAL CLUB “BRIDGETOWN || BARBAREES orsni?
ny
Sen Conada end, mech leat 20. Back ‘end of an aivtiopa Tak DANCE Under the Patronage cf ; (Dial 2310) (Dial 5170) (Dial 8404)
e treasure is 250,000 dollars 21 i ‘eas from here may be Chinese, the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C. TODAY 445 & 8.30 ) m.//TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.|/TODAY | (only) 445 &
(£89,000) worth of copper in a pn ay groumes aevapie abode. (4) CRANE HOTEL aio ; Another Thrilling Action 8.30 p.m.
sunken schooner. a Quon TAPEMe ‘abt: tesa teed invite you to their Film from Warner Bros. || Warners’ New Hit! Lash La RUE’ Double !
“The crew of tihe schooner Ber- (4) j\ “INSIDE THE WALLS ||. pRONTIER
eliff, with an electronic searching Down In Aid of RETREAT HELL of FOLSOM PRISON” REVENGE”
device, is racing the 160-ton 1, Make loud, mate! On the cou- oe he linpe at a : at the Frank LOVEJOY — steve os Wourtaw Countay”
isandsucke' (dredge with suck- 3 00 PH | VOLUNTEER DRILL HALL Richard CARLSON ve my. Fe Be A Mh bt
5 4. This is necess 9 y COCHRAN — BRIA
ing mechanism) Sandcraft to find \ : 3. Soother of men? Not it! (8) Mond 6th Octobe y on WED & THURS N|l Wen. (only) 4.45 & 8.30
the prize. Seeing that Pong-Ping 1s net he éulls. "We must go and put 4 Nets a help to get some ivory ? see holi es . MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH 4.30 & 8.20 pm. WED & THURS “SILVER CITY
. teeling very well, Rupert takes i! by the tree that he went 7. Bird or return the sonbaing, ere OCTOBER 1952 ets are. 4.0 & 3.0 9m eo aaa
“CALIFORNIA, one of ihe the paper bag and starts back on ""dergrovnd, and perhaps he, will (5) Take oats for one. (6) From 6 p.m. to Midnight (Bank-holiday) Baa keatteba an “To THE vicTor® ||Rex ALLEN, The
country’s important oil-producing his errand, In a very little time wel oe ae ts le —_ ts Bird that ‘maneks naw. tae ae Musi oe eet and. iio ee ee UNME eon
areas, is impo-ting oil. It cannot agp: the dragon may be nowhere near ; hawn. (4) : usic by “C ? ” “DISTANT DRUMS" |]|“GUNMEN of ;
Po tng he comes across the Imp, who — there,’* ae the ae ha Pas- it: Gotletmed.? 3). Es OP — oy oon a : Percy Green's Orchestra ee (Technicolor) ; Rocky ie
sages go all over the place. ' 3 icty Six a * a THURS Special 1 30 p.m Gary COOPER aeiesial sinsecile

tae mtandand Oil Company of pehind a tr “I've got some have a better idea, Come wits L “Gymnasiuan f“tgcusts Be Rye 10, the Jumping Jacks } SUBSCRIPTION: —:— 3/- “SILVER CITY > = ede ak
@alifornia imports 2,000 tons of weird foad that the dragon likes.’ me." And he dashes off edible: 11, Oil; 12, ‘Enter: 15, Rented Dancing from 9 p.m BONANZA” ||FHURS Special 1.90 p.m|[THURS. (only) 4.45 &
crude oil daily from Saudi Arabia “ . es eres as 19, Peony: 20, “Amping 22, Nag: 24, 8 2 Rex ALLEN & Lash La RUE Double ! 8.99 p.m.
a6d 3,000 from: Sumatra’ and jloomy; 35, Sen: do Rests’ Down: 1; ~ ADMISSION $1.50 Tickets not Transferable “GUNMEN of ABILENE” ||“ FRONTIER . “SPRING SONG”
Borneo. rem RSS Snacks Free $ Formal Dress Optional le RN a QUTLAW. COUNTRY" Carol RAYE &

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COMING FRIDAY

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THE DRAGONS went to



Jackson-avenue with a long card-
board box, Children were play-
ing. Women with babies in laps
Sat on the doorsteps. Then Tiny
and four of his gang ripped the
lid off the box, grabbed rifles
and started shooting, Police ar-
rested Tiny and two other Dra-
gons. :

has the same qualities as wine.
Those who have drunk its water
say it has the same effect on them
as if they had drunk a large
quantity of wine, but without
leaving any “hang-over.”

Doctors who have examined
people after they had drunk water
from the spring agree that it has

Five men and two women who
were suffering from liver trouble
were cured after drinking two
glasses of water from the spring.

The Madrid authorities are send-
ing experts to investigate, and the
local wine growers, who are
naturally worried, have also sent
experts to examine the water
from the spring.









war against the Rockets—they
Bronk "And vias vee vere § Turned Wine’ Sprin |
-Bronx. And today three people pp 2
are in —hospital with | bullet ’ 7 x
wounds. IMPORTANT THEATRE
: ; MADRID, Aug, 22. the same effect as wine..
Led by sft. dins. Tiny Rodri- The people of Cadiz claim that a
guez, the Dragons strolled into spring there gives water which

ANNOUNCEMENT

GLOBE THEATRE,

Roebuck Street announces that as
from Friday, September 5th, 1952, there will be changes in
the seating’ arrangement and
HOUSE SECTION of the the

be introduced at cheapér admission prices than the HOUSE

the admission prices of the
re, A CIRCLE SECTION will












SECTION. The first 8 rows in the present House section shall
be HOUSE and the last eight rows in the Present House Section
will be the CIRCLE. This is intended to benefit our patrons
who are called upon to pay transportation fares to get to
the GLOBE. We have decided to reduce the admission Price
of our PIT SECTION for the same reason, OUR FRONT
TICKET BOOTH will carry TWO CASHIERS—one will serve
our House and Circle Patrons, and the other Balcony and Box
Patrons exclusively.

The seating arrangement a:id prices will go into effect as
from Friday, September 5th, 1952, when patrons will see
Twentieth Century Fox mighty Melodrama—LYDIA BAILEY

OUR PRICES WILL BE

Pit 12c., Circle 24c., House 36c., Balcony 60c., Boxes 72c.
CHILDREN—Half Price at Matinees in Circle, Figase,
Balcony

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on the top the lead as needed. MATINEE: Friday 5th at 5 p.m.
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BOOKING OFFICE OPENS EVERY DAY
From 8.30 a.m. — 12 Noon — From 1.30 p.m, — 3.30 p.m.

Mrs. A. &. Stuart's School
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Presents
REVUEDEVILLE 1952
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US. Scientist To Study W.I. Maize | si ANDAR) Hare you discovered’

Trials Carried Out For SEE ~} TRAFFIC | these delicious

° eT ECA. SU CONSTELLATION | Pscuits ¢
Merits Of Varieties | E*ER-CONSTELLATION a Biseuiés ?





Schooner Zita Wonita, Sch. Lydina A
nan Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Eve ; i
INVESTIGAT PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 1. Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch Franklyn D. R. |* for len on ee
: Se Mz ive. 1 Sch ik i E i }
STIGATIONS on maize and maize cultivation Maris Henrietta, MV Gila Mone eff Bynsceg os

are going on in several islands—Antigua, Jamaica, Puerto
Rico, St. Vincent to mention a few. In St. Vincent experi-

Sch. Emeline, Sch. Augustus B. Comp

ton, Sch, Triumphant Star, Sch. United have a treat in store. You



i n ' , Pilgrim, Sch. Lucille Smith,’ Sch. D’Ortac will find them so crisp, so
ments were made in crossing local types with Jamaican Bek ec oberts, Seb. Gartenia, Ww delicious, so sustaining
varieties. In Jamaica trials were carried out to determine aT Me See re oe e
the relative merits of three varieties grown in Jamaica in i h. . : AV ARS i Their exceptional nourish-
different loealities. Puerto Rico was also interested in Mistri= A. Compton, trem’ Trihided ing qualities and distin ~~
inereasing the yield of native corn by selection and consined~to Schooner ‘Owners’ Associa guished flavour are dueto *

tien,

hybridisation. S.S. Alcoa Puritan, 3.931 tons, Master the "high quality of their

a ate B. R Butler, from Mobila, Agents . .
Experts of the University of ‘ a Reem a ait i ingredients, which inctude
rite Mica mae = Police Hooweryont fon, Pitiand Rest | 1 proportion of “Ovaltine
improve the local Mayorbela va- a Costa & Co., Lt a s
riety, and especially with a view ° Olliverre, from "St Lucts, somanaad ~_ wets a ees
to sliminsting “the serity ©. Information givers, tem, sh tas, consumed, 3 ular food beverage.
which the corn is subject. Anti- Stee erenant, 4745, tons, Master: w.| For all oceasions there
gua’s researches have been some- a Sane ee ee don, Agents Da FOE Gil CCeReN
what different. The Antiguan Bureau S.S. Sunavis, 4.200 tons Master " is nothing quite So
work on corn has been essential- ‘ Prentice, from Trinidad, Agents:— Plan dainty and appetizing as



tations Ltd
Sch. E. M. Tannis, 93 tons, Master:— 1
Tannis, from Trinidad, consigned to
Schooner Owners’ Association
DEPARTURES

Sch. Rainbow M., for St. Vincent. Sch
Mary Olive, for Grenada, S.S, Isa Parodi
for St. Vincent, §.S. Alcoa Puritan, for
British Guiana, S.S, Lady Nelson! fo
St ucia

ly a series of trials in the
use of fertilisers. In Anti- The Police Information Bureau
gua food crops are not usually continues to provide useful ser-
fertilised, although in some in- vice for the public. The Infor-
stances dressings of pen manure mation Clerk is Policewoman
are given, These investigations Clarke,
were aimed at testing the com- . At this Bureau the queries of
parative merits of no manure, many people, especially visitors
pen manure and artificial fertil- to the island, are answered.
isers when applied to maize in People aSked such quetsions as
varying combinations, the price of meat, news of the
A Fullbright scholarship has weather, the initials of Govern~

* Ovaltine * Biscuits

. VALTINE
Seawell Biscuits

From Trinidad—ist September:
















F. Downes ckliffe, G. Cha i%
been awarded to Dr, William L. Freon _— and the time, 1 : ; . L Boos, C. Boo! * Boos, 3 ‘sede. c Boas Packed in aivti it and damp-proof és
Brown of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Cpl. Goddard was formerly in A. Boos, G. Boos, A. Watson, J, Austan cartons to rétotin iv deiight ful

Corn Company of Johnston, charge of the Bureau, but his office eo ian be hae, j . Harper, Adjodahsingh, ‘Adjodahsingh 2 - 4 - . is

Towa. Dr. Brown is attached to is now Situated in the C.I.D. jC. gle: Oonscaiaggesme. ‘The => More Lockheed S Hi, Madigan, T. Madigan, 8° Madison x pc arte w n

this company’s Department of Policewoman Clarke also performs Obi a hds Orde _- * thr » , uper Anderson Layee ss or lh ali mhiinntnte pinta ine ot - = a

Plant Breeding. Under his schol- the duties of Clerk to the Deputy _ From Trinidad—Sist August: er - ee hh AE



" A Saat cat more. N. Carmichael, A, abraham, A, Carter rr - - - -
arship, Dr, Brown will study Commissioner of Police and Press . % mn . Cumberbatch, F. Bolai i. Keishiall’ — ;
Caribbean maize during the aca- Clerk. - onstellations I or l iA r Kelshall, I Noel, K Kelshail, J. Rel. ,
demic year 1952—53 at the Im- Govt. Anartyst Seven ‘ Powe x Jones ‘ Nurse, Ez to

perial College of Tropical Agri- 999 CALLS Stuart,









ae 5 : Stuart, G. Stuart, E. ‘Rakassar, E
culture, Trinidad, He will experi- he Police Control Room at MONTREAL, August 26. Osborne, O. Hunte,'C, Hunte, M. Seale
ment* with material from collec- Central Station is receiving many Back Frem TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES has ordered three Brack Ucihicidte nike Sistesitien 4 ®
tions of Caribbean seed. COMM cajls un the 999 Emergency tele- T ° idae z additional Lockheed Super Constellations, bringimg to | Ricci. Ricei, Ricei, Ricei, Ricci, Ricel ways a time JAVELP cee
were ee oe ite phone line. But the snejontty — Lure eight the number of aircraft of this type selected by the seubin usin’ Giga’ Meena eee E
will endeavour to obtain addi- Se tases oe vate tak Mr. Nat Carmichae®_ Govern- airline for service on international routes, it was announcid inch, Glmon, Heiago, Zahalan, Senalan oe
tional samples of seed corn for quisitive or who wanted some Ss = oe _ from today by the company’s president, G. R. McGregor. pig, Winierbotham, 3
Hed igre <= eo re, bet other department, ' Se eee Mem cs ete cae two 5 The first Super Constellation will be delivered late Dai Cathie A Benuburn, ¥
ready Undataien to suite fin An Cpaanns HAA, ths Advocate While he was in. Tx-&midad, Mr im 1953, with all eight aircraft slated for service to Euroye Ferguson, W. Williams. ©. Burr, A. Burr
‘ , Mr. : $ ; 9 ur, A, Bu ‘
with representative = samples, eS ithe oatie’s Cash. Ne said Carmichael visited mander _the amd the Caribbean by mid-1954. This will pérmit the 5 atl it
through the intermediary of the that the public should remember Te oe ee company to increase its passenger capacity by approxr'- por rrindad—sint aioe
Caribbean Commission, that in case a department is Cattle y the West x ae es Ly mately 150% on the North Atlantic with Super Constella- _E. Flynn, Mrs, EB. Flynn, P. Flynn, P
needed they should dial 08 as is C0) ES MONS induste-a. tie was tions, and 37% domestically on North American services, Kins’ 1. Kine 3 iting. 3. King, ft
sually done, jy@ OUS eae of pow ais He was 3th th ) ; y an y on 7 ae s \ Ring Hi King. J Bing 2 King, Hi
u : * f the opinion tha mom a tech- wi e release 0 ort star aircraft presentiy assigne: be sr Yee a ugler
in case 0: the pint ‘ : fe , e k ' Lucla—! .
Thefts Reported ‘on uld dial 07. ak nical and industrial standpoint, to international routes. “M. Pedro, & Monpioisir, ¥. Monplaisi
person sho ‘ Trinidad showed gre==t promise. A 66-ton airliner, the Super A ee R eee D. Mon
Four thefts involving _ over > — ot Constellation has a take-off * ° D. Evelyn x Wercwarten, me Ae
$200 were reported to the Police : Lewd rt FIND So wee ae pa pieces a on weight of 133,000 pounds, approx- Building Broken Alexander, L, Gittens, 1. birch, . Bikeh
er 0) \e = 7 7? i z - ne " tahalan, J Zahalan onplaisir
over the week-end. ies satan’ now makes it easier Oil Refinery Plants a ® Pointe-a- te, oe Jere thas i For Trinidad—#0th August ; '
A camera valued $180, the O. to find Pierre and Point Fort, the Im- e orth Star. The new aircraft A niere W. Bridgeman, B. Griffith, C. Perkins
property of Albert Wooding of for an Officer or WCQ. troy, perial College of Trog>ical Agri- C@" fly nearly 4,000 miles non- nk B. Seemingal, fH. Bookie, H." Robertson
; ; ; ; ; , 2 ss ach a enlcga B. Seemunga oolcte obertson
Cheapside, St. Michael, was poe he don electrical. shop, culture, Queen’s Roy =al College stop with 75 passengers and full ovpR the week-end some thief ©. Mathura, A) Howell, E Pe
stolen from Wooding’s residence oe OP cheerhaker shop end the Government Chemist’s fuel load, In trans-Atlantic ser- 4, thieves were able to enter tie ets eae jane |S
sometime between Tuesday and lodrs or Department. vice it is capable of carrying up pyilding of the Lynch Trust Com= price C) McConney, td, Corbie, E. Inme
all carry signs over the d g ’ Price, C| McConney, M. Corbie, E. Inman,
Sunday. in other spots where they can to 89 passengers plus baggage pany in McGregor Street. J. Phillips, H. Bourne ?
Mrs. John Hackett of Pine Jearly be seen r The Government Analyst of non-stop Montreal-London, with , For Antigua—Ist September:
Plantation. St. Michael, reported ° R Y tri Restaurant also car- Trinidad, Dr. Greaves. is an Old fuel reserves for yet another 650 It appears that a partition be- _m Earle, B Wathey, A. Wathey
8 . ael, ed Stripe Restaura Harrison Ad it vores iriterest- il With this power ; = For Puerto Rico—tst September ow
that a fountain pen valued $20 yjes its sign. This Restaurant pro- Harrisonian a as in : miles. ith this power and range, tween the storeroom of the = Taylor, Arnold, Frost, Ernst, Ernst, } ‘bs
was stolen from the motor car yides lunches and teas for ing to note, Mr. Carrezj #chael said, the Super Constellation is capable Advocate Co. Ltd. and the office Ernst, Williams, Williams P .
M-—483 while it was parked in members of the force. = pe ve gy ~~ bee of circling the earth, stopping oft Mr. P. A Lynch was broke). °F Soon Wate. Bee! gis : = sae a> me :
Shepherd Street, City, on Sun- men nalys n © only seven times to refuel. D. Oxden, E Chennebers, C. Grant, J , ~
ae =e West Indies were Olec® Harrison- Ome of the world’s largest and The breaking was discovered Bort F erty ; ave ways wi $s
iNberite ine Aoliars--qwae-atels , ians. fastest transports, the Super Con-,yesterday morning and the Police. "or Gren gy Pa isiche @ 2 ,
en } Sarg mee Licorish of White Leon Charged The Trinidad Goverrement Lab- stellation is 18 feet longer than| were called in. They are inves~ Mivshell: De Oe Seer cactene ie ties

: see ' atory, he conclude@. was much ¢}, “tile ‘onstellati
Hill, Licorish told the Police ; e bie ool . a. the present Constellation, measur-
that the money was taken from With Wounding : bigger thon ours Bye ee eg ing 1183 feet 7 inches in length,





tigating the matter. war, J, ‘Sinanan BIG CA p f CITY VA N ’ S 2





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i : ‘ staff of 24 including a ri : o8
his shirt pocket while he was fox â„¢ with a wing span of 123 feet. A often
asleep at the George Washington Case Ad journed Assistant Government Analyst. cruising speed of 340 miles per BLOOD IMPURITIES Cause Hete is @ delivery vari that is
Club, Hillaby, St. Andrew, be- J ‘dda tle aa = —s en ee aoe ee a aa ie : ane’ by poor bigod whicl PY unexcelled for the economical ts
(00. toxin, Hivday ; ¥y € distance between Montrea Many ailme € caus ble (MPLES barrie of of :
Swett hate ” seuss ; ap Gneteeide ag ies I tured In Fall and London in 104 hours. By} -— affect the whole ae. ; Skint aeupyines BOUS Handling en ae Oe
Fitz Stuart of Fairfield, St. charged re ‘the | police with nj * employing exhaust gases to gen- id irritation, oe —- ~ eo coda eicallade Vialbttiey foe the Uatber
Michael, reporied that four fowls Goonaiuk Dean Walkes of Ken- F; 2 I erate greater power through tur- Piood erunae ae Perel pee helps SAN and small turning circle, Driver's °
valued $5.48 were stolen from ington New Road with a broken rom Biewe e bine installations, the four new = the t tarcam of impurities apd cab Kasbd whety.slidisin: lotta i 2
his enclosed yard between 3.00 4, ; d by His Wright “compound” engines will Cleanse blood aaa seilar COMPEANTS aR
° r ttle, was adjourned | by ‘eri anes ; keep fit and free from these a great safety and time saving : ‘3
am, and 7.00°a.m. on Saturday. Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith, Act- . Kenneth Pilgrim ing Police Magistrate of District St. John, was injure@ ve til September 3 fell from his bicycle= which he use turbo-propellor power plants mh aa its class—-150 cubic feet! Le toe
De i Hi ‘Worship Mr Griffith granted 70de on an embankrre«=nt on Ven- whem this type of aero engine on L PAINS right hand drive. Wide opening ve os Nae
etained In t's adjourtment 80 that Mr. H, ‘re, St. John, about 12.15 p.m. pecomes available in suitable e Tis rear doors and low loatling line robust half-tonner is built to ensure ai
* Walcott, Probation Officer, could yesterday. He was t=zaken to the fora, for commercial air trans- ; oo ix ure NEUR) saye time on collection and speedier deliveries with the lowest
Hospital find out something about the con- General, Hospitel winssve he wes port LUMB.\68 delivery. This Morris Commercial | possible rusihiaig bhd talnéeaiibte eam: °°
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Clarence Griffith of Goodland, Walkes told the Court that whi . 5 °
St. Michael. was taken to the He was at a dance on Augut 24, Pilgrim ois, be ees eee “= Barristers Due
General Hospital in an uncon- a disagreement arose between a i gg doite ab, .
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Tuesday, September 2 “1952

FREE TRADE

IN the Barbados Estimates 1952—53 the
eost of administering controls «n prices,
supplies and currency was fixed at $76,505.

In addition $1,076,780 were estimated for
subsidisation of foodstuffs. The estimated
cost of controls and subsidies during the
current year totals $1,153,285,

din A Fiscal Survey of Barbados, Pro-
fessor Beasley stated that “it will be out of
the question to maintain commodity sub-
sidies for much longer on anything ap-
proaching.their preset scale and that the
sooner they can be replaced by measures
less costly to Government the better.”

The voters of Barbados sre entitled to
expect that in face of this expert opinion
the government is already making plans to
abolish subsidies. But the time seems ripe
for asking whether the government would
not be justified in abolishing controls al-
together.



The economy of an islan@ ike Barbados
is comparatively simple. H exports sugar
and its by-products to pay for most of its
visible imports. It balances its apparent
adverse balance of trade by tourism, inter-
ests on investments overseas, remittances,
and by attracting new capital from over-
seas.

Before devaluation in 1949 Barbados was
suffering from a control. system worked
out in London afd applicable to all col-
onies or non-self-governing possessions of
the British Crown. The denials of Sir
Stafford Cripps which led to the refusal
by the Financial Secretary-of Barbados of
the time to allow importers the full quosas
of currency they requested for buying for-
ward, cost this island hundreds of thous-
ands of dollars when sterling was finally
devalued (despite Sir Stafford’s denials).

Many instances were quoted at the time
of ri eosts of living in Barbados which
were direct]
British goods were more expensive than
goods obtainable in North America, Petty
official obstructions such as refusal to
sanction the release of dollars for much
needed hotel equipment obtainable in Can-
ada were experienced by private individ-
uals who for some reason or other by-

assed the official channel of obtaining’

ard currency,



After deval onthe British Govern-
ment bows e éfully to the storm of
Canadian governmental protest and two

instalments of the trade liberalization plan

have since been and found wanting
To-day «the i om: has com-
pleat reversed. the yee meeition —
exis ‘ becty g@ the war an
which ed Te
adian im-

represented)26.8% of. tal import

‘in 1947 (as compared with 35% from Can-
ada) had risen to % in» 1950 (as com-
from Canada).

Only directives from Whitehall which
were accepted by the government of Bar-
bados could have been responsible for such
a violent change in trade.

But whereas the change in the direction
of the Barbados import trade in the years
between devaluation and March 1952 were
acceptable on the logical grounds that the

serious depreciation ot Barbadian cur->

rency consequent on the devaluation. of
sterling did make, British prices, finally
cheaper than North American (although
by no means necessarily cheap in relation
to Barbadian currency) the edict of March
1952 reducing sterling allocations for pur-
chasing of goods from Hurope could only
benefit the exporters of the United King-
dom at the expense of the consumers in
Barbados. Controls such as these. which
prove harmful to the economy of the
island cannot be welcomed by anyone who
puts the interests of the Barbadian con-
sumer before the interests of the United
Kingdom, ai. ae

But while controls such as these dam-
age the economy of Barbados directly
there stems from the system of controls
many indirect evils which though known
and experienced by individuals do not re
ceive adequate attention from thosé re-
sponsible for applying controls.

Buying and selling which once was a
matter for arrangement between import-
ers and exporters now involves many
transactions which include buying of un-
used quotas to some firms, and the allo-
eation of larger quotas to some firms than
they intend to take up fully.

Controls keep the big firms large and
make it impossible for the young energetic
and competent businessmen to develop
their energies and bring down prices
through competition. Importers will not
even try to get lower rates ‘from export-
ers because any profits accruing to them

as a result are earmarked for-the Comp-

trollers Adjustment account. Controls,
quotas, currency restrictions these three
are eating into the fibre of Barbadian initi-
ative and enierprise and have brought its
trade and commerce under control ofa
department of government, thereby add-
ing to the general cost of living.

The consumer of Barbados who is sup-
posed to benefit from subsidies and con-
trols is in fact not only paying through
customs duties and similar taxation .the
cost of the control department and the cost
of subsidies, but is in addition having to
pay more for imports than he would if
controls were abolished,

This is the point that has to be under-
stood. When it is, there can-be no doubt
that the whole system of controls and sub-
sidies will be swept away by pressure of
public opinion.

The sooner the better.






























































attributable to the fact that.

1947...
- In 1948 and ever ‘since ”
orts ae ret Tae “ bgrhile
mports from the Um ‘ingdom wl
: te total import trade,

I am writing this London Let-
ter from an hotel recom in Dor-
noch, which means that we are
along way from London. As
Parliament had risen for the long
recess, it became imperative for
the Baxter family to decide
where it would go for a holiday
and the debate ranged over a
wide territory.

The natural tendency of Brit-
ishets is to get off .he island and
seck adventure on the Continent
but Mr. Butler, our Chancellor
of the Exchequer, is not in fa-
vour of that, He decided that £25
would be the limit that “any of
us could take if we crossed the
Channel a proposition which has
a strongly deterrent effect ex-
cept for those patient souls who
aie willing to travel in a coach
wth a specially -conducted tour.

My son and daughter solved
their’ problem by receiving an
invitation from a French family
in Brittany. However, it did
nuthing to solve the problem of
my ~vife and myself.

Then Madam took the situa-
tion in hand. “Let’s motor to
Scotland” i “You are

over Home Rule, or the Stone of
Destiny, or whether the Queen
shall be called Elizabeth the
F \st er Second—Why not go and
sec the Scots in their own setting?
At.er all, your father’s people
come from Stirling, and my
Mother was descénded from the
MacBeths and the MaclIntoshes ”

We were still arguing the mat-
ver when I ran into Sir David
Robertson, who is the Tory M.P.
for Caithness, and told him of
cir dilemma, Now, that was a
mistake. Sir David is the irre-
ssiibie. force which refuses to
recognise even the existence of
the immovable mass.

“You will come to Dornoch,’
te said. “Leave everything to
me”. Hour by hour, day by day,
we received running instructions
from him on the telephone. Road
maps arrived with everything
underlined, outlined and over-
ined. A double room would be
waiting for us at such and such
an hotel in Boroughabridge on
the first night of our journey.
Similar accommodation would be
r-served at Gleneagles for the
second night. At 7 p.m, he would
meet us at the Dornoch Hotel,
where he and his wife were
“laying. All we had to do was to
get the car out of our garage and
s.art from Lond to the North.

By that time I was of no more
mportance tan, an innocent
spectator in a gangster raid. All
authority had passed from my
,ands to this Celtic combination
AB ‘and my wife. I did,
“owever, venture to raise one
oint of possible disagreement by
vinting out to Mrs Baxter that
f ‘all forms of transportation,
veyond a short distance motor-
ig is the mést disagreeable.

“At Top of Scotland”

A ship is a travelling luxury
otel, an aeroplane is duli but
.aunlates distance, ai train
voids towns and carries you

miortably through the rolling

Junuryside. “Why not take an
_vernight sleeper’? I asked. “We
sould be in Dornoch before
anen, And anyway what do you
aow about Dornoch? In all
tese years we have been mar-
ed I have never known you to
spress any longing for Dornoch.
) fact, I do not believe that
sere is such a place.”

“I's right at the top of Scot-
.ana”, said my wife, as if that
settled the matter, If it had been
.t the bottom of Scotland, or in
1e middle, or on either side,
he would no doubt have been
villing to discuss the matter, But
s it was right at the top, there
as nothing more to be said,
So, on Wednesday morning,
weit car was backed out of the
im ge, gorged with petrol and
urrying enough suitcases to last
.$ tor six months, I have never
mnderstood the mystery: of
women's clothes. When worn,
they appear to weigh a few
sunces, but when . packed for
travel they take up as much
room-aS a grand piano and weigh
rather more,

However, there is an “indoubt-
cd exhilaration about ‘taking to
he open road, It brings back the
days of the Stage Coach, when
travellers put in at a wayside
in fer a merry meal served by

beaming host with pretty
maids fluttering about, and good
»srown a’e to wash it down, “This

» fun”, T said, “or at least “vt
will be, when we are out of Lon-
don and get on the Great North
Road”

The Great North Road

The Great Nortn Road! There
is magic in the words. The
Romans marched on it when they
went om their conquering civil-
isation mission, I always won-
dem-why they stopped” at the
s of Yorkshire and went
no ‘further, but now ] under-
stand. In the far off years, the
Eclish built their own roads
on the assumption that it was
for one way traffic only. It never
re'med to occur to. them that
scmebody might want to return,



\ot Among The Squeezed

To the Editu’, The Advocate—
StR,—The fact that “Christian”
ob eects to what I wrote about the
Midale Class convinces me that he
is not among the SQUEEZED. How
can he know what some of us are
suffering?

Having managed to escape the
rac’:, by whatever means Christian

‘-ay. to his unfortunate brother:

“Stay where you are, brother,
don’t wriggle, don’t raise a hand
to help yourself, that’s where God
wants you to be, shut your eye
ticht and all will be well.” What
an ‘ostrich! This is what he calls
LOVE,

Forty years ago Christian gave
me that same advice. It was a
good thing I did not heed it. Com-

ing from a land of broad acres
and wide views, I in my feeble
j\way entered a solemn _ frotest
fegainst the dark South African
{methods then obtaining in this
sugar cane Paradise, You,

: Our Readers Say :





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By Heverley Baxter

or that-a horse and cart might
even intend to travel south.

I have a car which’ can do 90
miles an hour on a good road if
no-one is looking. ‘It would be
fun to open the throttle and let
her rip. But I had not allowed
for what we call lorries and which
North Americans call trucks. On
the morning of our departure it
seemed that every lorry in Eng-
land had decided to go North
Time after time we would poke
the nose of our car out, with the
absurd idea of passing them, but
all we did was to gain a hundred
yards or so and then settle down
behind some more lorries. Final-
ly we got behind one that was
slightly larger than a house and
stayed there until we knocked off
at Stamford for lunch. We had
travelled 87 miles in four hours
on the open road, which was
slightly better than in the old
coaching days, which shows that
we are progressing,

It was a pleasant inn, with

an old Cemetery opposite in a

lovely churchyard, and we

were served with that English
speciality—tired chicken I don’t
know what makes chickens so
tired in England. They look and
taste like rather tender wood.

But the cheese was good, which

is no wonder, ‘because we had

just passed through the ancient
town of Stilton.

That night, having shaken off
the lorries, we made good time
and put up at a lovely country
hotel where we had a very mixed
grill for dinner. How so many in-
gredients of such opposing char-
acter could all taste exactly alike
is a secret known only to English
cooks, “You will find the cook-
ing very much better in Scot-
land” said my wife. “They under-
stand food better north of the
Border.”

In bed that night I read Oscar
Wilde’s “De Profundis” but even
it seemed to have lost its flavour

Now, let us put away our
grumblings and admit that motor-
ing across the Yorkshire Moors,
as we did next day, is something
to stir the jaded pulse and in-
vigorate the most sluggish im~
agination. England is such a little
country and yet it can create a
sense of vast loneliness greater
than the desert or the Alps. —

For miles on end the only in-
habitants to be seen were the
sheep grazing on the moors,’ Here
and there we would come upon
a shepherd's hut, but we never
saw the shepherd. This was the
setting that drew forth the
sombre genius of the Brontes.
The great grim sloping mills,
with their halos of mist, made us
feel that in our car we had in-
vaded. nature’s forbidden temple
and that at any moment the Storm
Gods would turn in fury upon us.

But the Scottish border was not
far ahead, and there was magic
in the though, One may dispure
with the Scots, in fact it is im-
possible to do anything else, but
there is magic in the very word
“Scotland.”

Is there any country whose sons
have been rewarded so little at
home and have given so much to
the outside world? One does not
expect gratitude from Russia, yet
even the Bolsheviks might re-
member that Scots soldiers fought
for Ivan the Terrible in the 16th
Century and helped him to put
down traitors at home and ene-
mies abroad, There ‘were four
Scots at the Court of Peter the
Great who did so much to civilise
the Muscovites that one of them
was called “Father of Russian
Science”; and another, named
Bruce, had a street named after
him in Moscow,

But I anticipate, We are still
in Yorkshire, although the lorries
have long since disappeared and
the car is doing a consistent 50
miles an hour as we make for tha
Border. We pass Carlyle’s birth-
place which is, of course, ridicu-
lous. Why not stop and have a
look at the house that ushered into
the world that cantankerous
genius who broadened the hori-
zon of the human mind. That,
however, is the curse of motor-
ing, you surrender your soul to
the internal combustion engine
and become a slave of speed.
What is the hurry? Scotland
can wait, So - Sir David
Robertson. Yet we hurl ourselves
past Carlyle, having seen no
more than a sign telling us that
he was born there, i

Gretna Green

+ The same thing happened at the
Scottish Border, Here was
Gretna Green, that wayside shrine
dedicated to runaway marriages.
There was a neat sign ona white
shed, marked ‘Marriage parlour’
or words to that effect. But did
we pause? As a good journalist
I should have got out and married
my wife again, despite the fact
that we might not look like run-
away lovers. Instead, we went
past at forty miles an hour as
if we had a rendezvous with the
clans,

That night we put up at the
luxurious Gleneagles Hotel which
is owned by the Nationalised
British Railways, It has two
golf courses and in the courtyard
there is a fountain that splashes
day and night so that if it is not
raining it sounds as if it is.

There are no tired chickens at
Gleneagles and not even the sug-





Christian, tried to deter me, but
I could not see — I am colour
blind — why human beings like
myself should be treated worse
than cattle, why.they should be
deprived of that which was theirs
by right.

I am glad to see the revolution
that has taken place in the men-
tality of the plantocracy of this
island. I am glad to see the grand
change that has occurred in the
lot of the agricultural labourer of
this country. I am not yet satis-
fied. What I’ want to see now is
proper guidance being given to
him. It hurts my beart to see him
being made a tool, Where will it
all end?

Just as I fought for the down-
trodden agricultural labourer forty
years ago I am going to fight in
my feeble. way for the down-
trodden of to-day — the Middle
Class. And none shall say me NAY!

Cc. &. ROCK,
“Rockcrest”, Oistin Hil!

gestion of a mixed grill. The
Chef is a poet, an artist, a|
creamer. The waiters are cour-

tiers at the Palace of Sans Souci.

It is a brave man who dines there |

without changing into a dinner
jacket, and the wines are the
perfect progeny of the sun and
he grape.

“Will it Rain ?”

Only one shadow darkens the
prightness of this paradise.
Gleneagles is sét between two
ranges of hills and when the
clouds hang low there is rain, It
is the one topic of conversation
among the golfers. The last word
spoken at night is “Will it rain
tomorrow”? The only answer is the
splashing fountain in the court-
yard.
It was drizzling when we left
next morning but heavy clouds
were converging. However, we
shook them off and soon we had
entered the land of magic — the
Highlands of Scotland. Is there in
all the world such a feast of col-
our?—gold and green and purple
until the senses are ravished by
their beauty! Mountain streams
rush on their way, white billow-
ing clouds flirt with the noon
day sun; black-faced sheep nibble
the grass with complete disdain
for the passing car, the lonely
_ snuggles against the hill-
side.

Bloody battles have Been fought
in the Highlands. We passed Cul-
loden field where cruel Cumber-
land stained the nume of England.
We passed Bannockburn which
Still spreads its magic upon man-
kind. But there is no magic in the
villages which are hard, unlovely
things.

You see no flowers in the win-
dows or roses round the door. Not
only is life hard in the Highlands
but I suspect that the Scot is proud
of it and will not dissemble. There
is hardly a cottage in the Austrian
Alps that is not lustered with
flowers, but the Highland Scoi
lives in granite and takes on its
unyielding character.

Yet they are proudly courteous
to the stranger and their voices
are richly musical. The girls are
drably dressed but are not un-
tidy and their faces, innocent of
make-up, have a comely beauty
that is pleasant. to see. That old
devel—rain—is no mean beauty
Specialist. the skin of a Highland
lassie would make the young
women of New York or Paris look
like painted ghosts,

Even as you gaze upon the
seene, you realise the human
tragedy of the Highlands For
generation after generation, the
young men, seeking a larger
life, have gone away across the
Seas. They have become hus-
bands and fathers in every
country in the world while the
girls they would have married
work in the mills and dream
of the children they will never
have,

In the long wars @gainst En-
gland the Scots died in their
thousands and tens of thousands.
In the wars against Napoleon, the
Kaiser and Hitler. they sent the
flower of their manhood to be
cut down by the cruel -scythe of
battle.

There are old people, there are
young women and there are chil-
dren. in the Highlands, but the
young men are few.

' Dornoch

Dornoch is a heavenly spot set
by the blue waters of the Dornoch
Firth, with gentle waves laving
the sandy shore. Between the
water and the hotel is a_ golf
course which touches perfection
and humbles the vanity of man.

David Robertson has us out on
the links at nine in the morning
and rushes us off in his car in
the afternoon to see a roaring
cataract of water with salmon
leaping in the air determined to
thwart the anger of the falls. Or
he will take us to the Highland
Games or the big sheep sale, At
night he wears the kilt and leaps
into the air with barbaric cries
as he dances the reels,

We are sp far north that it is
almost the land of the midnight
sun. Daylight lasts until nearly
eleven o'clock at night when
England is in darkness at eight.
The clouds are as white and full
as if Constable had painted them
but forgot to take them away.

he rere dmuguaes to church
an ard a do sermon. b;
the Minister. Today on the ot
course, still clad in clerical garb,
he cured my wife’s slice and is
going to partner her in Saturday’s
two ball foursomes, Next Sunday
there will be no golf and he will
warn us again of the evil in men’s
hearts and the need to live a clean
end upright life.

Well, that is all I have to tell
you. There is no political signi-
ficance in my tale, neither is there
a moral. But when Autumn comes
to London and the grey sodden
skies rest almost upon the roofs
of the houses, my mind will return
to the Highlands with its yellow
gorse and purple heather, and I
will hear again the enchantment

of the voice with its
musie a’ 2 argumen-
tativenesst = °

And in my mind’s eye I shall
see the granite villages, with their
memories, their grim courage, and
their solitude set in the hills.

-

Mistaken Idea
To the Editor, the Advocate,

» — Having read i
‘Sunday Advocate’
ago, under the heading “Harold
Webster, Pioneer of Weight
Lifting,” by Edwin Rogers, I feel
it - my duty to point out a few
details to Mr. Rogers,

As I am a Physical Culturist
how does Mr, Rogers get the
idea that Mr, Webster is,
Pioneer of Weight Lifting when
long before Mr. Webster’s time
there have been some very dis-
tinguished personatities in the
Lifting game, ag N. Ovid (Bison)
Albert Hunte. George Solomon,
(who I understand taught Mr.
Webster all he knows) Gold
Bede, and several others who
have done a lot to? Weight
Lifting on the Map of rbados.
With all due respect to Mr.
Webster, he certainly has done a
lot for HIS CLUB, but T cannot
see why he should get all the
credit, when surely, he does not
deserve it,

Hoping, Mr. Rogers, that you
see this point.

PHYSICAL CULTURIST,

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By R. E. SMYTHIES

THIS article is prompted by the desire to
ccrrect so far as possible, the mistaken idea
expressed in a letter published in- the Advo-
mate of August 27th, over the signature ‘Mrs.
American.’ As a Canadian who has lived in
Barbados for the past six years, I am under
the impression that Americans in general are
deservedly popular here, and I have certain-
ly never noticed any indication whatever to
the contrary, in the local Press or elsewhere,
and bias against them is noticeably absent.

Tne bit about Teenagers was not an ex-
pression of editorial opinion at all, but rather
a syndicated column from the pen of an in.

dividual journalist in-England, which was
presumably thought to be of sufficient topical
interest to warrant printing in the Advocate.
I will admit 1 read it myself with some amuse-
ment.

ee read the Advocate every day it has
been.published since I have been here, I
have come to have a considerable respect for
the editorial policy consistendy pursued, of
keeping. its columns open to all shades of
opinion on controversial subjects, barring
only matter that might be subversive, or
offensive to the readers of a respectable
family journal,

One thing the — of any country are
surely entitled to have their own ideas about,
should be the best methods of bringing up
their own children, and on this subject the
ideas of American and British people have
certain differences, mainly in the discipline
expected and the freedom of self-expression
allowed them before they become self-sup-
porting and therefore independent.

It is not my purpose here to argue that one
system is better than the other, though I
have had unusual opportunity to observe
both at work, and the results thereof as
demonstrated in the behaviour of the adult
citizen under all manner of circumstances, in
both peace and war.

FREEDOM OF PRESS

The essential point is that both Americans
and British regard complete freedom of the
press as fundamental to their way of life,
»berty and happiness. And that means free-
dom to comment critically on things of which
we disapprove, though it is of.course best to
avvid being unnecessarily offensive to others
when we :riticise.

In the past forty years I have been in the

United States frequently, sometimes for
menths at a_ stretch, and have read more
articles than I like to think about that were
violently anti-British in tone. I refer par-
ticularly to the sort of vitriolic propaganda
published in papers owned by such magnates
of the press as the late William Randolph
Hearst, or Colonel McCormick of Chicago.
_ No reasonable person objects to fair critic-
ism, courteously expressed, but I believe it
can be accurately said that all British people
and many Americans have wondered at times
what covld be the real motive behind the
lite-long efforts of these two men to promote
bad feeling between their own country and
Great Britain.

In biographical bits about Colonel Mc-

Cormick I have read that he went to school

at Eton, and I sometimes wonder if his ex-

periences there had the effect of imbuing him
with his strong anti-British bias. T

not been calculated to prepare him for them.
In plain words he might

be a mistake of well-meaning parents to send

a boy to such a school without suitable

preparation beforehand,

I count Americans amony some of my best
and oldest friends, and at times in the past
have discussed with them the quostion of
bringing up children. I know some of them
have been concerned about the possible re-
sults to their own youngsters, of following
the popular craze for crowding the maximum
amount of pleasure, and ‘hating. a gdod time’
into the years of adolescence. It is apparent-
ly based on the mistaken notion that after
adolescence life will be grim and bleak. and
old age will come soon and be miserable.

_ All parents are up against the fact that it
is not practicable for them to set a standard
of discipline and deportment for their own
children, that differs very much from that
set by the parents of the youngsters with
—— their own associate in school or at
play,

BOARDING SCHOOLS

â„¢ Britain the great majority of parents
who can afford it send their boys and girls to
boarding schools, One advantage of the
system is that all are treated alike and ex-
pected to conform to the standards of the
school, and no nonsense about it. Some of
my American friends have at first been op
posed to the idea of turning their youngsters
over to a boarding school, but after trying to
cope with the problems themselves for a time,
have decided to give it a trial with happy
results.

In matters like this, Canada is usually
somewhere between the two countries and
that applies I think to educating the young.
By that I mean that Canadian youngsters
have rather more freedom and less discipline
at an early age than their British counter-
parts, and somewhat less freedom and more
discipline than Americans, ABN

It seems worthy of note that the quip about
the big brown eyes and tiny mind, came from
the pen of an American writer who enjoys
a considerable popularity on both sides of the
Atlantic. Mentally immature adolescents

. may be found in any country of course, and

in these times the main difference between
the American and his or her British counter-
part is probably that the latter is kept. at
bome by currency restrictions. It is also
true that. at any time the British youth does
not have so niuch pocket money, or the
unrestricted use of the family automobiles,
and is therefore less devastating if only by
reason of having far less scope. :

I sincerely hope that ‘Mrs. American’ will
rest assured that the article to which she takes
exception should not be taken too seriously,
but rather as just a piece of good clean
journalistic fun. We all believe in freedom
of spéech and the press and so on, and it must
work both ways if it is to work at all.









I he boys
schools of which Eton is the largest and best
known have a tendency to keep up old cus-
toms and traditions, some of which might
well seem extremely odd to an American
youngster, especially if his earlier life had

I \ ave a very tough
time there until ‘he adapted himself, which
some might not manage to do at all. It could

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IT-i& UNDERSTOOD that Dr. J. P. O'Mahoney,

Director of Medical Service

s, will leave Barbados during

the week for a ten day ‘isit to Trinidad and during his
absence Dr. F. N. Granaum, Medical Officer of Health,

will act as Director.
Dr. O’Mahoney, ame -

hand the progress of th» 2”

* ‘ey things, will see at first
.«#, Vaccine campaign as con-

ducted in Trinidad. He might also visit the new hospital
yecently erected in San Fernando,

he post of Physician at
General Hospital has been filled
for the first time by the recent
@ppointment of Dr. D. B. Irwin
who has been selected by’ the
Colonial Office and will be arriv-
ing in Barbados later in the year.
This appointment Should do
much to remove many of tne
criticisms against the Hospital.
At the time of the change
over, when the Hospital became
a government department it was
decided that the post.of physician
should be held along with that
of surgeon, The post was never
filed and in recent times the
Director of ‘Medical Services
recommended that this should be
a separate and specialist office.
= * *

The SS. Sunavis arrived in
Carlisle Bay on Saturday and has
been taking a cargo of 1,100 tons,
of sugar for Montreal.

Of this amount General Trad-
ers are shipping 275 tons while
other shippers are Plantations
Ltd. 200, Manning & Co., Ltd. 175
Musson Son & Co., Ltd. 200; Da-
Costa & Co., Ltd, 200 and Jones
& Swan 50 tons.

The remaining quantity
shipment to comp
export crop ("i
Canada and“!

‘dom.

for

the season’s
7,.M0. tons to
0 ta:the United

CHANGES; CREW
The Harrigpn SCREW
arrived over the wibek“end g and
yesterday, _changedy, hes ¢rew.
During the day, the office of the
Harbour | arid “Shipping. Master
was busy with the selection of
seamen, Twenty-six of the old
number were re-employed and
three new ones were signed on.
The Merchant which brought a
general cargo is expected to leave
for Trinidad on Wednesday,

at? >
ON; po¢k
The Venezuéian { Otor Vessel
Gloria Maria 388 tons consigned
to Messrs, R. M. Jones & Co., has
been on dock for six weeks
undergoing general repaifs and
overhaul by Messrs, Central
Foundry Limited. She came off
on Saturday.
The Gloria Maria expects to
return to Venezuela on Thursday.

DISORDERLY

Trafalgar Square is becoming a
place of disorder once again and
this is because of the relaxation
of the Police.

The taxi drivers are
leaving their vehicles
angles and outside the regular
parking lot’ One car lines up
behind the others until one in the
line gets a “call” and then he
drives into the stand..During the
day they are found washing cars
in the Square and the wash water
running over the street and down
to the Wharf edge, It is unsightly
and disorderly,

Pedestrians too are not keeping
to the “Please Cross Lanes”. Two
of these lanes lead from the foot-
path near the Buildings and from
the Cenotaph. People are begin-
ning to wander over the Square
again and motorists travelling on
the straight drive towards Con-
stitution have to be extremely
eareful not to collide with them.

Motorists themselves are not
keeping to the two lines of
traffic from the centre of the
Square to the junction at Bridge
Street and Constitution. If one is
travelling up to Constitution it
should be easy to keep on the left
and if it is intended to turn into
Bridge Street then it should be
easy to keep to the right, The
dodging of cars from one line to
the other puts pedestrians: at a
disadvantage. ‘+

NEW CARLTON CLUB

The opening of the new Carlton
Club is scheduled.to take place
on Monday 22nd when the mem-
bers of the Club will be Hosts to
their frieids,.and well wishers.

The Clb first started by
the Hu ’ Bre who
acquired ohe’ portion alletts
and started on a intl scale,
Later they bought more of the
land and then_ built a Pavilion,
which is r “te be second
only to Kensington The buildirg
was supervised,.by. Mr. Reynole
Hutchinson with»Mr. Blades co.
Messrs. D.-M> Simpson in the
background.

The founding of the Club is-an
acnievement for the members of
Carlton... ap: ‘theiy many friends
will join” wishing them all
success, .

FIREWOOD ARRIVES

With the scarcity of rice in this
island during the lest few weeks
people have been compelled to
resort to prevalent use of ground

again
at all

provi‘ions. These to be properly
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Dr. J. P. O’MAHONEY
cooked take a greater amount of

fuel and the result is that this
too has been in short supply.

Fortunately the Schooner
Anita’ H. arrived over the week-
end from British Guiana bring-
ing a cargo of charcoal and fire
wood,

Yesterday the upper wharf was
busy with shopkeepers and retail-
ers getting their supplies ex-
cargo.

RACE HORSES

Two race horses arrived over
the week-end by the Harrison
liner Merchant from England,

One is a_ three-year-old bay
fily “Fluffy Ruggles” for Mr.
J. R. Edwards and the other is a
two-year bay filly “Ardena” for
Dr. A. L, Goddard. . _

The doctor now joins the ranks
of racing owners with his broth-
ers Jchn and Joe Goddard,

EXCURSIONISTS,

The heat has driven’ even
people who were sedate enough
to eschew entertainment on Sun-
day to look for some cool spot
outside the city, and on Sunday
there was a goodly number of
excursionists at the Crane Beach
from early until late in the
evening.

They carried refreshments and
some enjoyed seabathing and lay-
ing off in the shade of the trees.

It is regrettable that many
people however take the oppor-
tunity to earry receptacles and
remove sand in vehicles. This
will allow the sea to encroach
still further and later spoil the
beach. Some of the grape trees
are now stunted because of hav-
ing their roots exposed through
the removal of this quantity of
sand,

FEDERATION DEBATE

The House of Assembly is
scheduled to meet today and in
keeping with the warning issued
by Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of
the’ Government a few meetings
ago, it is expected that the
greater portion of the day’s ses-
sion will be spent on the discus-
sion of Federation.

Many of the other colonies
have already declared themselves
for or against Federation and
whilst in Barbados the Report
has been accepted for discussion
this will be the full dress debate

which leaders in many of the
other colonies were expecting to
see staged in the Barbados
Legislature.



Oddfellows Return
Honie Tomorrow

Members of the Household of
Ruth Lodge, G.U.0.0.F. who
arrived from Trinidad on their
annual visit to the ranch lodge
here will return home tomorrow
morning.

During their short stay in the
calony, they took part in a pro-
cession with the local branch from
the Livesey Comet Lodge Room,
Bay Street to the St. Mary's
Church where they attended Di-
vine Service on Sunday morn-
ing.

ST. MARY'S PATRONAL
FESTIVAL NEXT WEEK

The St. Mary’s Choir under their
leader Mr. Bentley Callender will
render the Anthem THE LORD
IS MY LIGHT AND MY SAL-

VATION composed by Sgt, Archer
of the Barbados Police Band, on
Sunday night, the eve of the
Patronal Festival of that Church.

The Festival will continue until
the following Sunday. The Revd.
Layne, Vicar of St. Silas and St.
Albans, will deliver the opening
sermon,



BRIDGE SWUNG:
PLANK REPAIRED

The Chamberlain Bridge
was closed to traffic yester-
day afternoon for just over
an hour. A plank was dis-

covered split and while the
bridge was swung workmen
on-the-spot
repairs.

earried out
emergency



500 Tons Of
Pickled Pork
Expected

A shipment of 500 tons of pic-
kled pork is expected to arrive
in Barbados between October and
December.

Anyone desirous of obtaining
ficences for the importation of
the whole or part of the amount
should make application to the
Office cf the Controller of Sup-
plies not later than 10 a.m. on
Tuesday, September 9 showing
the following:

Quantity of neck bones, heads,
short ribs, spare ribs, riblets,
lips, finns, tails, snouts, head-
skins, butts, scalps, and fat back,
for which firm offers have been
received: Net C.LF. price per
barrel of 200 pounds and _ per
tierce of 350 pounds, exclusive
of commission and source of sup-
ply.

Every shipment of any quan-
tity of pickled meat imported
from Canada must be accompan-
ied by a certificate issued by a
Veterinary Inspectory, Health and
Animal Division, Department of
Agriculture, Canada, stating that
the same meat has. not originated
from or been packed within a
radius of 100 miles of a foot and
mouth disease infected area.

Importers should only tender
when their principals can defin-
itely execute orders placed, and
ship during the time specified,

Tenders must be submitted in
sealed envelopes and marked:
“Tender for Pickled Pork.”

Yesterday was tihe last day on
which the office of the Control-
ler of Supplies gave considera-
tion to the issuing of licences for
the importation of 500 long tons
of pollard for immediate ship-
ment,

Exports and Imports Order

Another notice published at the
Office of the Controller of Sup-
plies states that the Governor,
in exercise of the powers confer-
red on him by Section 3 (2) of
the Exports and Imports (Re-
striction) Act, 1939, made the
following order:

The order may be cited as the
Exports and Imports (Import
Licences) Order, 1952.

Any person may import from
any country dried, smoked, pic-
kled or salted fish, onions and
potatoes.

The order shall have _ effect
subject to the following provi-
sions: —

(a) The order shall operate
only in respect of the type of
goods specified in Article 2 of
this order, which are wholly
produced in countries from which
exports take place.

The certificate or origin of all
imports of such goods shall be
produced by the importer or
consignee.

The approval of the Financial
Secretary must be obtained prior
to the importation of any such
goods where payment for such
goods is to be made to the country
other thah the country of origin
of the goods.

This Order was made by the
Governor on July 24, 1952.

Houses Replaced
In Flood Aireas

Since the 1949 heavy rains
which caused many of the houses
of the Delamere and Halls Road
areas to be washed away and
destroyed, people have been
steadily replacing houses about
this flood area. The land is pri-
vately owned land, and as house
spots are in great demand, people
are sometimes forced to remove
their ‘houses to such areas,

Over the week-end, a boarded
and shingled house has been
moved to this area, and has been
placed at the junction of Halls
Road and Tweedside Road. A shop
was washed away from this same
spot during the rain in 1949.

Meanwhile, the Housing Board
are getting many applications for
house spots from people whose
landlords have given them notice
to quit. The Board are removing
quite a number of houses especi~
ally from congested areas, —_
allowing house spots to peo
but the number which apply
house-spots is great,







DOMO
CREAM
SEPARATORS

ARE
HIGHLY EFFICIENT
EASY TO OPERATE AND
SOON PAY FOR THEM-
SELVES

Hundreds in use all over



SAFES

FIRE AND BURGLAR

RESISTING
Body plate (top, bottom
and sides) of one steel
plate bent by hydraulic

pressure, %4” solid steel door
plate, wrought steel cham-
bers’ 2%” to 3” in thickness
filled with best quality fire-
resisting material.



the B.W.I. and all are Buy “SAMCO”
giving complete satisfac- For SAFETY
WOR ihe s Bib nce 2 « $66.42 20x 16x15” .... $120.05
DOMO” CHURNS 24x 18x17” .... $166.55
SMe o's e.d CA EwS $30.74 28 x 20x 19” .... $205.38
LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS
HARDWARE DEPT.
Tels: 3142 and 2364

=o



ss BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ADVOCATE

WILL VISIT TRINIDAD

626 Transactions At
Govt. Bank Yesterday

SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX persons were
dealt with at the Government .Savings Bank yesterday.

This was not a record number

learnt. During the

however, the Adwacate

months of April and May when the

crop season is in full swing, as high as 860 persons are

deait with on Monduys,

£5 Damage

Awarded

Gweneth Griffith of Connell
Town, »St. Lucy, was yesterday
allowed £5 damages against Sam-
uel Rock of the game district by
Their Honours, the Judges of the

S

Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J, H.
Hanschell. In giving judgment

for £5, Their Honours confirmed
a decision of Mr. J. R. Edwards,
Petty Debt Judge of District “A”.
GuWffith had claimed £10 and
appealed against the Petty Debt
Judge’s decision.

Rock beat her with a stick and
bit her on one of her fingers. As
a result, she had to seek medical

aid, was treated at the General
Hospital; and detained at the
almshouse for ten weeks. Her

finger had to be lanced.

She works as a domestic
vant for $3.50 a week and
unable to work during her
tention at the almshouse
had to pay $5.00 for medical
tention,

_——_

ser-
was
de-
She
ate

\souTh PARADE NER |
: SOuTHSEA









ACANTHUS:

“Some of them trades
union chaps won't realise
that you can't get more
out of a machine than is
nut into it!”

Judgment Given
For Greaves In
Cow Dispute

Their Honours the Judges of
the Assistant Court. of aepen,
Mr. H,. A. Vaughan and Mr. A, J
H. Hanschell, yesterday oor
with a decision of Mr, J, R, Ed-
wards, Petty Debt Jidge of Dis-
trict “E", who gave judgment for
Joseph Greaves of Rock Hall, St.

Thomas, against Pomeroy Cum-
mins of the same district, for
£2 15s,

Cummins’ cow broke away on

May 2 and damaggd 26 holes of
eanes valued $6.24, the property
of Greaves. Greaves claimed thi:
and costs.

Cummins said that the cow did
go into the land, but that at the
time Greaves did not jtell him
that it had damaged arly canes
He had paid him 2s. for the tres
pass.

Greaves said that Cummins
was in too great a rage at the
time for him, to point out the

damage the cow had done,



LIBERTY HOME
.. FURNISHINGS

(Peacock and Chinese Lady





The introduction af the three
National Counter Posting ma-
chines has greatly improved the
efficiency of the department, and
e-rtainly the public are served
more quickly.

For e¢xample, before the new
system was introduced: one clerk
first dealt with withdrawals and
deposits and then the pass-hook
had to be passed to another clerk
fcr posting in the Ledger. This
meant two transactions while the
Custcmer waited.

With the new system the clerk
who works the machine simply

the pass-book with a
card wd the machine
ma kes a simple entry,

The
the afternoon there'is a care-
fuli check and audit carried out

customer leaves but later

iv

after “closing hours that is fool-
preof. The machine is so-accurate
that it records corrections which
can only be made on the authority



of the accountant who. also ,
initials the correction,
| PAYNES BAY FISH

MARKET COMPLETED

Construction of the fish
market at Paynes Bay has
been completed and will

soon be ready for use by the
public, The market which is
situated on the left side of
the road opposite the Method-
ist Church, was erected by the
Vestry of that parish.





8 Sales Clinched
In Provost
Marshal's Office

Right sales were effected in the
Provost Marshal’s Office so fai
this year, a check with that
Office disclosed yesterday. The
highest sum paid at one such
sale was $5,000 for 2 roods, 4 1/10
perches of land with dwelling
house at Brittons Hill’ sold to
Hutchinson & Banfield as agent
for T, F. King,

The sales were
perches of land at Charnocks,
Christ Church for which G. H.
Clarke of Thornbury Hill, Christ
Church paid $65.00; 710 square
feet of land at Diamond Rock, St,
Peter, sold to the Parochial
Treasurer of St. Peter; 2 roods at
Thornbury Hill, sold to Mr. C, E.
Talma as agent for Joseph King
for $480.00; 5,280 square feet of
land with Dwelling house
attached at Goodland, St. Michael,
sold to R. J. Griffith of the same
District for $1,812; 2 roods 41/10}
perches with dwelling house at|
Brittons Hill, sold for $5,000 to |
Messrs, Hutchinson & Banfield,
Solicitors, agents for T, F. King; |
10 perches of land at the Farm, |
St. Peter, sold to Hutehinson & |
Banfield as agents for Charles E.
Edghill for $80.00; 3,970 square}
feet of land at Westbury Road,
sold to William E. Straughan for |
$170.00; and 3 roods, 27 perches |
at Sherbourne, St John, sold to}
Frank Forde of Wilson Hill in
the said parish for $3,585.00, The |
oppraised value for this land was
$4,200,

2 roods, 26.5





—

50” wide at ...
Also LIBERTY CUSHIONS

3 CaveShepherd &Co., Lid. |

10, 11,

Black burne To
Visil Virgin
Islands

ANTIGUA, August 28. |
His Excellency the Governor and |

Lady Blackburne, accompanied by!
his A.D.C., will be paying a visit}
to the British Virgin Islands from
the Sth to the l4th of September. |
On the 15th Septemb His |
Excellency will fly froin the Vir- |
gin Islands to Washingtor in|
response to an invitation to hold
disgussions with the State De- |
partment im regard to Vit in}
Islands problems

Lady Blackburne = and yong
A.D.C. will return to Antigua on
the i5th September, and His

Excellency
September

7 Ships Arrive
Over Week-end

ree schooner nad four steam
hi i in the harbour over
the week-end. The schooners are

will return on the 2lst

S arrive

the “Augustus B. Compton’? under
A. Compton as Master; the “At
Last” from St, Lucia, under C,
Ollivere as Master, and the BE. M.
Tannis,” under 1 Tannis, as
Master.

“Their cargoes consisted of 1,500
drums of colas, 10 drums of gas-

olene, 760 bags of copra and 30
ags of cocoanuts, The “Augustus
B. Compton” and the “E. M. Tan-
nis” arrived from Trinidad, while}
the “At Last” arrived from St.
Lucia. These vessels are all con-|}
signed to the Schooner Owners
Association. |
The steamships which arrived
were the “Alcoa Puritan” from)
Trinidad, the SS. “Tiba” from
Trinidad, the SS “Merchant”
from Londan, the S.S, “Suni avis’, |F

also from Trinidad.
and the “Merchant”
to Da Costa & Co,, Ltd., while the
“Sunavis” and the “Puritan” are}
consigned to Plantations Ltd., and
Robert Thom Ltd., respectively.

OUR READERS SAY

The “Ti

are consigne d







Cassivelaunus

fo the Editor, the
SIR,--I beg to
Gallic Chieftain,
1 hope they
‘Advocate’

Advocate \
apologise to the
Vercingetorix
get daily copies of the
in hell; or perhaps I
should say heaven for making
him King of the Britons in the
fifth instalment of the Sunday out-
tage “This West Indian Culture”
eaccually, it was Cassivelaunu,
who was the most prominent chief
in Britain when Caesar invaded
that island

A. 8S. HOPKINSON



FOR THE HOT WEATHEK

ICE, ICE, ICE

Keep Ice Handy in ,

A THERMOS FLASK





WEATHERHEAD'S FLASK

will keep it hot or

will keep it cold,

All Kinds Just Received
WIDE MOUTH FOR ICE
$4.25; $6.78; $18.67; $30.70
NARROW MOUTH for

Liquids
$1.41; $1:63; $3.00; $2.40

“The Silver King” Ice

|
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)
Water Jug is the most useful {
most appreciated =|





and the

present at this time of the
year, PRICE: $10.27.

WEATHERHEAD
Limited

SRUCE

SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW







Designs)
. $5.12 and $4.56 yd

— At — }

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PAGE FIVE



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ALWAYS

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15 Jewels, Gold filled, guaranteed $81.60
OTHER MODELS to $140.71
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| PAGE: ‘SIX

THANKS

—<$<— $$

KING—We the undersigned would like

to thank all those who so kindly sent

us Cards, Wreaths, Flowers, or sym-

4 pathise with.us in the loss of Pauline
' King.

levin King (M@iusband), Betty, Walter, and

Jeffrey, (childrén), Miss Ida Wilkie and

Family. ' 2.9.52—1n

IN MEMORIAM

; ARCHER—In lovirz memory of our dpar
Dads, Edward who has passed to the
great beyond on the 7th of September
1951.

| May he rest in peace

. Ever to be remembered by _ Winston,
Daphnty, Edaline (children), Darlington
(brother), Theodore (niece), Bermuda
: papers please copy), 2.9.51—1n
:











COX-—Sacred to the memory of ¢
beloved mother Rebbeca Cox who d
parted this life on 2nd September, 1949

Gane but noi forgotten

Ever to be embered by Joseph Cr

‘husban “Hubert, Cyril, Laurenc:,

Rupert dsons). Erdmuth, Gwendol)

(daughters), fifteen grands, four grevt

om 2.9.52—i1n





ee

CLEMENT--In Memory of our belove.
mother Mrs. Adriana Clement wl
died in Panama on Sept. Ist, 1952













5 Porters, St. James, or Dial 0119 i ; i
“Life was desired but Jesus knew ; 1952 at 2 p.m. The draw is as follows: M. Wood mme ne
Eternal rest was best for you 90.8.52—8n| inspection by appointment. Dial 2850.|}ys E, Daniel; B. Chandler vs. A. : 4 4 % reial devel; nt of Brit
Not gone from memory nor from love , YEARWOOD & BOYCE Jamaica has no ‘traditioi ¢ cin and particularly Bristol, dealt
Oe eee atic ssn anoen HOULTRY—Importee Brown Leghorns, BOYCE s. | Walcott; J, Clarke vs M. Atkins jp dust ; n Of similarly with British Tropical
SCnend RURN Selvin, Lichfeld, Darnisy, | 4 .Uullets 2, cockerels (4% months old) P. Smith; R. Gloummeau vs Mdustry in the manufacturing i
Cenrad, Erbin; § i. " f’:| Apply — B.D, M aa ee 27.8.52—10n }or P. ; be Th , Africa. Miss Felhoen Kraal, for-
Wilfred and Enid (Clement), (Panama!:} Jarney eon ov mrvere, Pe "1K. Barnes; J. Jones vs J, Hum= pense. e process really began merly Research Secretary in the
one Pian tate id, te Dp ni ontié aitets tc ale tet cole be phrey; R.| Howard vs J. Good- before the late war with the Research Branch of we Central
uy Greaves ba), - r i . ’ ~ - “ a .
le Greaye®'Wamaica) (brcethers and eceaeuian ape. §e pee fe Sen See ridge; R. Williams vs. E. Bynoe coe of beer and aerated Secretariat, now of the
sister, (Theophilus Greaves (B'dos) LIVESTOCK The house cohtains five bedrooms,{and D, Howard vs M. Chandler. â„¢ ers, iscuits, cigars and dam Rgyal Institute for 1L
Nephew 2.8,52—1n dining room, breukinst room, lene, cigarettes. Then shirt - making Regions, outlined the a a.
ave 7 SE Yosead = gal y a office: > . :
* ; MULE AND CART—Apply Kenneth | Servants Seated page | stata: gt ig Shoes were later add- tion methods of the Netherlands
OR RENT 1 Strickland Greenidges, St. Lucy About 4% acres of land, Viewing by , d © the list, the fine leather Antilles and their influence on the
2.9.52—in. | appointment with Mrs. Manning (Tele- U.S. ents perm obtainable from the hides of cat- Social and economic life of those
nis phone 2355). * tle slaughtered for meat islands. Professor Van Liér, of
y ie ~fliOUSES MASCELLANEOUS wie ebete 9 “for. ot oe = Holida -With-Work duction providing Sony lis the University of Leyden, author
‘tiie . un Ss pete of ie Jang, separately. Inquiries y 2 material. e Sur os = a in :
APARTMENTS at Berwick next t»! netieaprenee Sociales OA) ED OP oS ys on Surinam, spoke on Surinam’s
Sen'View Guert House, “Dial 410. | Ashi Mee “Ohman, Terme renvonanie. | MAsers. CARRINGTON focus Basel In Puerto Rico Splendid Variety “Sf eicage int
2.9.52-1n' Ticme” Salierg, St. George ' 28.8.52—5n Ly Of: particular interest to us is]:
ios € 2.9.52—2 . PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 1 the fact that one session was

APARTMENT at Ventnor containin,:
Large Sitting (Drawing) Room, Galleries
on two sides, two large Bedrooms ench
with Running Water and all Conyeniene-
es. Dial 4109. 2.9,52—1n |

;
;
.
|
BEACH COURT—Hastings. Fully furn-j}



ished. From 15th Sept. to 15th December, |
Fhone 3448 between 4.30 and 6.00 p.m. ;
$1.8.52-—3n









BUNGALOW—To An Approved Ten-
ant. Bungsiow Modern Sea-Side, fuily
furnished Bungalow Excellent s#a-}
bathing... For further particulars: Apply }
to No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing

2.9.52—6n





BUNGALOW—On Sea, Main Road Hast
ings, very comfortably furnished, Eng-
lish bath — 2 bedrooms —_ Servants’
‘coms = Verandahs — From September

Selephoss 2949. 16.8.52--t.1..

“BASY REACH" —- Small sea-side
“i Punga Bayfield Beach, St. Peter near
% Gibbes h, Comfortably furnished,
2 bedrooms, Refrigerator, servants’ room

Gorage etc. Phone 2393 31.8.52—6n

mecca ella these
“SOMERSET”, St. Lawrence Gap—
From September. Fully furnished, 2
roooms Safe sea-bathing. Apply







|
|
: HELP Gas

aE
@ CHAUFFEUR-GARDENER for Boys’
Boarding establishment — non-resident
must have good references, Apply ‘
* person Thicket House, St. PoP i

MISCELLANEOUS __

Ce
ONE (1) uor Licence. Apply e
} d, or Dial f
Atwell, Yeates: a Oe en





‘

rn
* BUNGALOW — Furnished or
“ se eee Rent, St, Lawr Gap.
or main road, Worthing or xwell.
Dial 3356. 30.8,52—3n

LOST & FOUND





LOST ee

eee
LOST or STRAYED Wire haired Pox



dad. Ph H. Durant.
al be rewarde one 3a besn

LARGE ZIP BAG—With ciothes, jeather
Mdespatched case, writing ease and shaving
fockle, in it, May have fallen off car

oming from Bathsheba. lev ard offered

D. hy Mrs. White. 4137
finder, Telephone a 9.68—2n

OBES POSPSBVOO PII,
If not saved but seeking
Salvation, please write for

FREE BOOK

Which Makes

—

SALVATION PLAIN”

8. Roberts, Gospel
Book & Tract Service, 30
Central Ave., Bangor, N.I.

A AAAS
aa f

LI-MO-
LOTION

has bee declared

a
TOYLET LOTION
of

SPREE LIFES

QUALITY

lt deserves a place on YOUR
Dressing Table

Obtainable from: “
Messrs. NAT MAUGHN, Boy
Street,

C..CARLTON BROWNE, Boe-
buck Street.

LINTON’S DRUG STORE, High

reet.
O. Q..ALLEYNE, Bay Stree?
M. SMITH, Eagle Hall First’Aid
JORDAN'S VARIETY STOR)
ack Prock.
UDDER, Black Rock, ,
THE ST. JOSEPH DISPENSARY,
St. Joseph
4 2.9,52——dr

September Starts :

: Many
CHRISTMAS =~
FURNISHING HEARTS

You can't ve too early for These
Wardrobes, Vanities, Bedsteads 2
to S-feet, Springs, Laths, Iron
Siderails, Cradles, Beds, Framed
Mirrors, $1 up, Hatracks, Night-
chairs.

TABLES, Fixed & Extension fo:
Dining, Radio, Fancy & Kitchen
use, CABINETS for China, Bed-
room and Kitchen, Waggons.

DRAWING ROOM BEAUTY in
Morris and Caned Suites and
serarate pieces, Rockers, Morris
Spring & Spring-like Cushions
Couch

PIANOS, Gramophone $17

Records 6c up, Typewriter,
Pram,

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET DIAL 4069



























errier, white, with black head. Finder

“GOD'S WAY OF

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



a & A S S I F i E D A D S a3 Pt “eee TABLE TENAIS: Jamaica Becoming French University

TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE SEGOND ROUND Industrialised Holds Seniinar Qn





FOR SALE ALL THAT certain. Dwellinghouse CHAMPIONSHIP 4 LONDON, Aug. 20. Colonial Affairs

called “Rosedale” situate at Upper Roe- change is coming over the







buck Street. To be demolished and re- F, i

es | ove on oF before the 30th day Of E Jamaican scene. From the un- PORT-OF-.SPAIN, Sept. 1
AUTOMOTIVE Septemes iu aise, Me eataet GAMES TO-NIGHT, satisfactory background of a _ Not long ago, Bordeaux Univer-
inn - mates or Phone 3825 30.8.62—Gn purely agricultural economy, the sity, France, sored a seminar

—MOITIS Mi » = Ss. — y 7 - — - . s : = : .

ee nee Dew , Baloon "ROURE—Gub tel stores all apolies The second round of games in Island is becoming industri- on colonial affairs. This Sympo-
Door Saloon 11,000 miles. Excelient con-{Pouse at, Derrick’s Bay, St. James the Table Tennis Open Cham- @lised. . sium, as it was called, was pre-
dition, eygtt Royal Garage Ltd. Tele- hohe 3751 31.8.52—In, pionship = on — & th€ Given a fillip during World yong. | on oe a » ae
. @—4n.| “House — Bungslow Sule chop at-|2,MC-A. at 6.15 o'clock tonight. y,. ; on, Inspector {seneral of Netiona
! CAR—Hillman Minx—Excellent condi-|‘#ched 22 x 12. Situated at Brighton,| The draw is as follows: os va ceeds lied ian ae aT ae aa bag
tion owner drivers done only 15,000 miles. |Back Rees. Diab 0185 B. Murray vs V. Butler; W. consumer goods turned attention of Education in the istry for
Contact Edwin Mayhew, Gittens|_ 2.9.52... ]Simmonds vs A, Howard, D. Ar- t°. the possibility of producing Overseas France. Among _ the





eeey te Che Ltd, Palmetto St. (Phone (i) 1 ACRE land situated at Rockiey|Cher vs R. Cadogan or R. Leslie; things like shoes and furniture, lectures givem at this

= wow Road. Christ Chureh, frontage 221}L. Trotman vs V. Gooding; Car- _ na of Jamaica wae many of direct Caribbean

§.8. CAR—Black. M1655. Going | fom o— fine Tisw overlooking the sea —} michael vs L. Hardi or N. has gone forward to the stage ‘terest.

eS” Lae ““i One olgut sere. of land situated at} Bourne; Symmonds = S Wor- where major industries like Dr, Montestrue, Head of the
‘ Eogle Hall. Dial 2947, R. Archer Mc|rell; E. Gooding vs R. Phillips; cement manufacture and baux- Pasteur Institute in Martinique,











"| Kenzie Victoria Street E, Goodridge vs R. Alleyne; C. ite mining are accomplishec spoke on the treatment of
; 3; Cc. plished |
ELECTRIC 30.8,52@30 | Goodi . a: 5. oe facts. in the West Indies. Monsieur
“FYE CAR RADIO’: aT er ear oG: int wanna | Wr V." Chase; 'C, Greenides ve J. Ce . ticular feld, lectured on. tHe sail
geo 6 Tube with RF.jcalled = ™ ARIA” with 6,130 | Weekes; R. Herbert vs 5. Shields; :
Stage 6 and 12 Volt els. , : i : ;
Staue 6 and, 12 Volt models, A limited |square fect of land attached situate at! Hoad ys N. Gill; C. Humphrey orperation and agricultural possibilities of

French Guiana. Professor Evans of



Co., Ltd 27.8.62—t.f£.n.| The house contains Drawing and Din-|vs G. King; E. Ward vs J. Cal- , iversi dea
POULTRY pF pen oa foam es miichons oo and L, Sampson vs L. Chepoeatien had weiieaeeieions with se Bondisotona >:

Cepia arceidaiptisinedidelid.tieesipehaselipitinepndiciione ette, usual conveniences. Garage and " . . by Government to provi ment of the British West Indies.
PIGEONS Imported Carneaux Pigeone| **zyant®’ rooms. Electricity installed. The Ladies Singles Champion~ incentives for ricoetiaer® ae A colleague of Professor Evans

= The above property will be set up for}ship begins at the Y.M.C.A Bri fessor Mai
2 pairs Yelows, 1 pair Reds (very | «5 sup a le . fie OFF cota i at Bristol, Prof nnes
large type). Apply P. D. Maynard, | tecee Steet On ane Tat’ Scutember | Friday, September 5 at 7.00 p.m. tem being mapped out ter oi] known authority 7 the













” - The splendid variet if é y i
uehdehesty sthalante Gb, Eevibben ; y of local devoted to the work of the Carib-
NETS, Temenos and PU MILAC NOTICES | coucye, “inaiana, nis summer "ods Were put to use for the bean Commission.
Jide sulecti 1 > risit 2 a. PI , igh-grade oi “OF EXCHANG
wide selection of these precision instru . ce una. Pa te bate niture. An offshot a the a RATES OF EX E
s











ments at ©. R. Hunte & Co, Lid,





TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEL 2. 1952
OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons

having or claiming any estate, right or interest or
c* affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant

any lien or incumbrance in

to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesse:, documents
an@ vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the ours

of 12

noon and 3 o'clock

in afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build-
ings, Bridgetown, before the 17th day of October, 1952, in order that such claim

may be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof
ively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any
decree and be deprived from all claims on or agaifist the said property

Property:

Plaintiff: RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
Defendants: THEROLD BARNES and
FRANCIS DONALD BARNES

the parish of —_ Michael and Island abovesaid containing b
admeasurement

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Black Rock in

iy

acres One rood Twenty- perches or there-
aad, Docmdiug, ose late Mount Plantation on
lands of W. W. Reece on of the estate of A. Chapman deceased

on lands of the estate of R. Chapman

of the estate

deceased on
of Thompson deceastd.and on a road over which there is a right of
else the

way to the public road called Black Rock road or however

may abut and bound Together with all and singular the buildings

and erections on the said parcel of land erected and built standing

being with the appurtenances.

and
Bill Filed: 15th July, 5
SS ie ceaa ee.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.









12.8.52—4n
Ta ra
at itp The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
© Lorne - accept Cargo Passengers for
Zz Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
oe Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
bt Tuesday 2nd September, 1952.
ieee oa a world. The M/V “MONEKA” will
ad Aite estore? accept Cargo and Passengers for
= 4 T ploud dutits Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
ihe yeaa ae Nevis and St. Kitts. Date of
: + Sy Nave Oe Sailing to be notified.
; jase duyant B.W.1. SCHOONER args
hea’ itd, of ASSOCIATION (INC.)




Consignee Tele. No. 4047



Yo Move Sen

ee re ene faked NOTICE ond such visit from Farlham Miture industry was box-mak- PTEMBER 1, 1952
28.4.82—t.!.n, oft ‘ i
ite aN "Eada | studints to. Euaeto, Bias ng particularly for the, paGKAge seting NET ZOEK mun

pitnctts NUMERICAL TELEPHONE] i992 by’ COURTESY GARAGE, White | Last year some students set up of cigars and ‘citrus. A paper- 73 4/10¢ Pr. Cheques on hayints CANADIAN SERVICE

PIRECTORY all Telephone Numbers are | Park Road, for One (1) 1998 VAUXHALL | a work camp at Rio Prieto, Puerto box industry was _ developed. Bankers —_—71:8/10% Pr. SOUTHBOUND
ir, Pric 2.9.52—n aye Seen, ree by Fire Eospection Rico, in the coffee region of the Preparation of sweets and pre- a ats rd 10 at. nee.
JUST RECEIVED Popular Games in - = ante er aati detiaet. Ms ame expanded “into a major 13 4/10% Pr. Cable (10% Pr is PARODI" a August 12 August 18 August 31
P * é > . - 1% ; « ** ” i
cluding Canasta, Pitt, Monopoly, Toto- NOTICE This ie ther D re two jis oaee se factory was estab- 7! 9/10 nm aoe? Sy a xm gat Ny : 4 = + August (25 * st a at M4
poly, and Pegity. Also a variety of] Offers in writing will be received up is ye ere we WoO lished for making condensed soe, pr Shee +] “ARNETA" fee one re te Sept. 12 fept. 1 Sep
interesting _JiSaw Puzzles. All items to 4.00 p.m. on Friday. Sth September ar ae bis bers a Rio milk in the Island. Tiles and. CANADA ee, NORTHBOUND .
at moderate prices. rrison’s (Show {1952 for One (1) 1948 AUSTIN 5 ton Lorry rieto, where the students coOM- concrete i 20 9/10% Pr. Cheques on | Barbados_ ber 11th, for St.
tinued construction begun last building blocks made " 79 110% pr | * © a te ee Due | Septem th,





















Room Dept.) Broad Street. damaged in accident. Inspection _at
. 31.8,52—3n, }] premises. 2.9.52—4n

Mild Steel Plates—9/8, 5/10, vs, 3/16-|
v x 8.





thei Bankers
year, The other was at Tanama, eir appearence. Demand Drafts 78.96% Pr.
where the students employed A great develop: bt is now 20 9/10% Pr. Set .








ox 1/8, 1/16 — # x & to ¥ themselves building school ; rene
Dial 2696, Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar and OFFICIAL NOTICE house — pullding.» new 00" taking place. A knitting mill, erat. See 1 oom Pr.
Spry Streets. 30. b2—t fn. Aibitias casio This year, as evidence of the started during the war, has ex- 50% Pr. Silver 20% Pr.
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily) (IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF success of last year’s venture, panded production until it has
‘Pelegraph, England's Dally News- L financial assistance for the Tan. “lost displaced imported’ un- ' i
Daper now arriving in Barbados by Air (Equitable Jurisdiction) ama project came ‘from the Lion’s derwear and hosiery ‘from the
Barbados Investments

only a few days after publication in} JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o. Advo- LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
cate Co. Ltd, Local esentative (Defendant)
Tel. 3118. 11.452—t.i.n. IN pursuance of an Order in this
= |Court in the above action made on the
The NUMERICAL TELEPHONE /|@!st day of July, 1952, I give notice to
DIRECTORY is available at; Advocate,| all persons having any estate, right or
Cole's Printery, Johnson's Stationery,|/nterest in or any lien or incumbrance
Roberts & Co, and at the Colonial Adver- | @ffecting all that certain piece or parcel
tising Co. (Barbados) Ltd., James St, | of land situate near Melrose in the par-
Twice 3/- 2.9.52—6n.}ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar-
_|bados containing by admeasurement one
Use the NUMERICAL TELEPHONE | rood thirty-five perches or thereabouts
DIRECTORY to identify the owner of the | abutting and bounding on lands of Lilian
Telephone Numbers left on your desk. | Holloway on lands of a place called ‘‘Me!-
Price 3/-. 2.9.62—0n rose” on lands of the estate of Thomas
— , Gill deceased and on the public road or
With the NUMERICAL TELEPHONE however else the same may abut and
DIRECTORY any Telephone Number ¢an , bound to bring before me an account of
easily be traced to the party concerned, | their said claims with their witnesses,
Price 3/-. 2.9.52 | doeuments and vouchers, to be examined
,by me on amy Tunsday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) and 3
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office

Club of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, Shélves of local dry goods shops.
Money also came from last year’s The majority of the shirts wora
campers, who contributed over are of local manufacture, and
$350 earned in giving lectures on an export trade to other British
their Puerto Rican experiences West Indies territories has be-
when they returned home. gun. Now a paper factory is be-

Friends of the College have ing considered, and a bottle-
helped with contributions, while making plant is planned, “Light”
each student pays part of the cost inqustries, such as the 8
himself, in addition to donating ping of bicycles and radio-re-
eee ail the U.S. the ceiving sets are under study,
students took a short course on But this is only a beginning.
Puerto Rico, its history, includ- —L.E.S.
ing the new constitution, politics,
economics, geagraphy and cus-
toms.

£5 FOR DANGEROUS







A new list of investment op+
portunities in the shares of
Barbados’ leading public compa-
nies is just off the press. A copy
will be sent free on application.

e ia
A, M. WEBB
Dial 4987 Stockbroker — Hours

9-3 33, Broad Street (Over
Phoenix’ Pharmacy).
2.9.52















HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No.5





lof the Clerk of the Assistant Court of '
OFLC ANG ces isos: DRIVING 18. KEEP A FEW POUNDS OF NAILA AND A HAMNER
“ ol oe) . » ie
order that such claims may Be peomad His Worship Mr. C, W, Rudder, INA Gate PLACE A
according to the nature and priority | police Magistrate of District “B”, These can be obtained from - - - "

yesterday fined Richard Browne 3

of Applewhaite, St. George, £5 CENTRA

for driving the motor car J—26 : L FOUNDRY LTD.

on Charles Rowe Brid, St. NAILS at 30c. per 1b,

George, in a manner dangerous to HAMMERS at $1.63 each. f

the public on May 9. e
‘The fine is to be paid in 14 days .

thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
‘sons will be precluded from the benefit
| ef the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper-
ty, :
‘Sto in 24 Hours Cleimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes~
“= . ‘ day the 8th day of October 1952, at 10

o'clock am, when their said claims will
be ranked.


















































Given under my hand this 3ist day of jor in default one month’s impris- ole die RONEROED = ees
July, 1962, ea i onment and the licence ¥ to be} >” , , i
; ‘ALMA, roduced for endorsement, f
ag. Clerk of the PI ot
Clerk of the st ct Appeal.| _ The case was brought by Cpl.) . 10 cho’
©.8.52—8n, | Cyrus sttactad to the Speights-} |. oA pact
town Police Station, 7H
iy | ——___—. Shin ray
GLB UY OFFICIAL SALE CUBA’S MIRO KAYOES ust ___THE Fagy
NN eae, | BARBADOS, oy | CALVIN IN. 6TH ROUND ————1 £OMFoRra
i. ps
voeths moan that po are # victlin of Pyor- 7 ea 53 (From_ Our Own Correspondent) CONVENE
rhea or ‘Trench Mouth, or some bad disease | (Equitable Jurisdi GEORGETOWN, Sept. 1 nr Way
that will eventually cause you to lose all | & ju e Jurisdiction) , . TCA specialize in the trans
ae eee eee have to wear false teeth JOH ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff) | Alfredo Miro, Cuba iddle- bortation cf ynaceo , <
petra our tt, aie Bie Mord |. COFTUB OTWAY Ve espat). {Weight champion kayoed Calvin, students. ‘Take advantage of ‘uh
mou! * a
throuho {he worts, that now acter | NOTICE is hereby given that by_vir-| British one et ante Nurmal tegen ardent fares. hon a /
oF oF ne | tue of an Order the Assistant Court|champion in the sixth roun ‘O- > expenses and {
are autres sooner of ater. Be warned In Of" Apponi dated the ist day of July. night. p irene enerte fapdlad By. TCA AY
00 late, ‘cause they often cause not only , 1952 there will be set up for sale to the Kr | Ney
the loss 3 teoth, but also chronic rheuma- | highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk ‘or full information, see— BTA DANN
Usm and heart trouble. ‘= the Assistant Court of Appeal at pe ~ GARDINER AUSTIN & VP Wn } | v
New Discovery: Saves Teeth | 9urs ai tz incon) and 2 o'clock in. the ; CO., LTD, : —y WPF I ir
(eae age steve. tt ofan Américan | atternbon on FBriday the 10th day of Long Broad Street ' = i 1} 4
| October, 1952: All that certain piece or one 4518 4 i" me f n ore
he quick pio MY Benetinies 5 right fg, the ‘pareel of land situate hear Melrose in DRANS-CANADA Air Lines eS A) te = =i |
tie very dest day. duickly cakes tie the patish of Saint Thomas and Island ernational Trans-Atlantic \ Kix gy a we Wh y
soreness out of your mouth, and soon |of Barbados containing by admeasure- Transcontinental = mel ft
pentens yw teeth. ‘The folldwing letter | mefht one rood and thirty-five perches i |
m . W. W. B. sho results that | or ereabouts abutting and bounding on :



{i ‘users get: “I suffered from Trench
jouth and Pyorrhea for ten years. My
fons were sore and bleeding and I had
ost four teeth, while several other teeth

lands of Lilian Holloway on lands of a
place called “Melrose” on lands of the
estate of Thomas Gill, deceased, and on
were getting looser all tha time, I tried | the public road or however else the
many things and then heard of this new | same may abut and bound and if not
discovery Amosan, In 24 hours after using | then gold the said property will be set
mosan my qe had pionped bleeding. | up fot sale on every succeeding Friday

© Soreness in my mouth disappeared in | hetween the same hours until the same









1953. AMATEUR BOXING




STANDARD




















2,.8.52—3n.

CANADA DRY

will take place at the - - -

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
AT 8 PM. :

ON FRIDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER
CANADA DRY STEEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE

BAR — MUSIC — THRILLING ENCOUNTERS
28.8.52—6n.

Pande’ ds nf rape Poekae.
One, ol urn e.
Don’t take achance on losing our teeth or —— HS

See | Hurvcane recat
Amosam;:::: la

as the
pro-
Check that everything }

that might blow loose is |

ured, Store small loose
objects such as garden
tools, refuse bins, porch
furniture, etc. inside the
house. :



three days and in cwo weeks I Foun is sold for a sum not Jess than HAM. O ‘ ve
POSES cate ara of fous | 908. 0. C 'PIONSHIPS
Guaranteed Dated this, aig Gay et July, 1952.
pAmesqa works so fast and so, certain "ag. Clerk of i Pen Under the auspices of H
a uaral i
from bleeding, end sore eek Gad U ten Assistant Court 0! ppea |
)

AGENTs-R. M. JONES
& CO., LTD.













































PR. WM. HENRY ST.
BRIDGETOWN

CLOSIN
NOTICE :

We beg to notify our Cus-
tomers and the General Pub-
lic that HUTSON’S DRUG
STORE will be closed for
holidays as from the 7th of
September to 2lst Septem-

ber.
H. L. HUTSON,
31.8.52—3n.















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we

GENTS’ SUITS )
LADIES’ COSTUMES) Made to Order

TAYLOR’S SAFETY DEPOSIT BANK — 4% Inter-
est paid on all deposits

GALVANIZE SHE from $3.92

IRON SHEETS as low as $3.00

GAL ANE WIRE for Fish Pots, Fowl Runs, ete.

LINEN SHEETS and PILLOW CASES

FACE and BATH TOWELS

KITCHEN TOWELS

HERCULES BICYCLES for Boys, Ladies and Men

WRIST WATCHES now being opened

P.
LINSEED OIL
TURPENTINE

GENTS’ SPORTS SHIRTS from $3.90 each
cna SHIRTS made by Elite, Renown and
Reliance

SWIM COSTUMES for eis

SWIM ‘or Ladies

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Best Quality George Webb White SHOES
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ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies, also a new t of
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

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ACHES...

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The kidneys are the blood’s filters. When
they get out of order, excess acids and

i wastes stay in the system.
Then backache, headache, rheumatism,
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MANGLER, |T TOOK ME HALF AN HOUR














= TO_BRING MORAY AROUND. 3-—>
YOU GAVE HIM AN
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| MANGLER... \\ \ i" 4 , + . ’ 6 >
OnsIS aN) That's THAT WE : AYA = THE WONDER BOOK OF HOW IT’S DONE
sl GOT A BIG STAKE HERE IN TOWN,. }
ANY. MORE OF YOUR ROUGH STUFF, SuuT UPI
OF Be £ KNOW WHAT Z'M Most of us take t +h for granted. W t bot
~ ALL UP! DOIN’! PAGAN LEE ost of us take too much for grante e do not bother very
f much about how the necessities, luxuries and amenities of life
are provided, so long as we receive them when we want them.
But supposing we are suddenly called upon to make and do

for ourselves. What then?

How would you organise the delivery of millions of letters



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or the production of a daiiy newspaper, or the feeding

arrangements for great city like London?

mm, | WAX,HUH? = J3MY OH~ NOT AGAIN! ¥

“eq ARE BETWEEN fv? & B ne THAT FEEL ‘Wh AJAX ~AJAK+e~ e A This fascinating volume, packed with hundreds of inter-
His EARS? ee £ a 4 } LIKE WAX? Stop IT! ry ) esting pictures, will open your eyes to the many processes
Ne Greet QD amy L a e b \ \. = a . un involved in the creation of all kinds of everyday goods and
fr / i ? X services. It also shows how many adventurous and far from
Le LDS . Dub es everyday tasks are performed
7 Petty é - ’ i, 4 ;
( .) iene | .
Perey ON SALE AT THE = ADVOCATE STATIONERY
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PAGE EIGHT







BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1952

a A LL LA RRA nt nt

Sixth Series Of Intermediate |. ...é...—
| Cricket Matches Opened lO 7 itt, EY? On Tage







Batsmen, Bowlers Umrigar Geis J yt Score Ss 136

Sh Hl Um ohnson Score
aE on OURS Mother 1 Against Wanderers





































matches opened on Saturday with fine cricket and hard Five times eee .
wickets. Honours again were evenly divided between Umrigar has passed the three- THE SIXTH SERIES of 4nd Division games got un-
batsman and bowler. figure mark in an innings. Three derway last Saturday. There was. one century recerded

In the match between Y.M.P.C. and Windward at times he has converted hundreds jn this division by H. Johnson of Windward who scored

Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road, Y.M.P.C. occupying the wicket fodmemeuth “neihing ou St 136 against Wanderers. But bowling figures were returned

first, scored 74 runs in their first innings with the top score more certain than that he would by Mr. A. E. Sealy of Combermere School who captured
of 21 being made by opening batsman B. Hoyos. do it again but after he had lashed seven of Foundation’s wickets for 35 runs. Next best
K. Thornton and R. Farm-r ~—~~~———~————--_._ the _hants bowling for 165 Hazare were those of M. I. Clarke of Wanderers who took six for

had good spells of bowling and BOWLING ANALYSIS decided the bowlers had had
each of them took four wickets o M w enough and declared. But _ it
for 19 and seven runs respec- } Farmer $

42 against Windward. seiiiite “oe: i :
Es ’ ina? At the Oval where Pickwick not out, Norville 37, Jones 21; J.

( \ € Wilkie 4 2 as 2 ee ee ae datertained Empire, Empire score | Hoad 2 for 21). _

tively. Windward have replied t Greenidge 20 21 Wicket ‘and: today A 96 with 164 for seven declared, Beckles Pickwick’s 1st innings:—122 for

with 120 runs thus giving them- : a - “ 2 ” ‘ the wickets stantin to avdlll ati made 36 undefeated and Maynard 7 (G. Wood 59; Lewis 4 for 31).

selves a first innings lead. Chief WINDWARD — 1ST INNINGS innings defeat er 35. So far, Pickwick have score’ Foundation ys, Combermere

1 n é

ee E. Evelyn 47 and x een he Burke a A double century by Reg Simp- 122 for seven; G. Wood scored 59, at Foundation

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Small scores prevailed in the















: . im § d Nottingham from col- a ; Foundation’s ‘ist innings:— 96
R. Austin bowled 12 overs and : ue So maa ake 26 Mee acninet Warurick at fetes Foundation—Combermere fixture. Ode, Sorin or Jones oe Carter
Pp: & t be pringer 24, ,
three balls, four maidens 30 rums R. Farmer b Austin a . Batting ‘first Combermere scored 7
‘ ; ham and enabled another four - 20; Mr. Sealy 7 for 35, Callender
and took four of the Windward P> (Vii ¢ Briere Awetin 1) points to be added to the small 96, Mr. Seay aes 7 for 35 2 for 20)
’ . - c orte ~ ; oTe ° a
wickets. R Farmer c King b K. Branker. 4 total previously collected. = — : re oe Combermere’s ist innings:—86
At Bank Hall, Pickwick in ¢ Eysiyn not uot ‘ ? Len Muncer, Glamorgan’s all- Mr Hughes collecting 25 “ for 8 (Mr. Hughes 25, Simmons From To
4 . a stin . . . . .
wae nat 7s fh Pokies saadbbatc ~S “9 rounder became the fourth play- * at Windward, where the home xhe a tr 13) oy $3.97 $1.50
scored. 191 runs wit oer ones 12 er to complete the double to- team met Wanderers they scored Segre SAT” | i i Moe arm ee nae eae eT .
Loman. wae |: eta ane Total Cais 199 Gay when he claimed two Wor- 241 out of which Johnson collecte’ ~~ Wanderers -vs. Windward 2.03 1.02
on os * "ake on BOWLING ANAUEBIS gees cester ene innings — Fa - i yk oa 6 at Windward 1 2.29 1.08
i cnocked up by i. oore Who “4 But Glamorgan aren't cele- for ; t the close anderers o
! went at number seven in the f Aittin a a 38 6% «brating, for fine bowling by had scored 22 without loss. Windward’s ist innings:—241 1.96 1.02
! batting order. ) , K. Branker il . ae 1 Worcester’s Jamaican amateur Y.M.P.C, met Central at Central. (H. Johnson 136, Straughan 26, 2.41 1.50
Bowling for Empire, Skipper E£. Branker a. a 3° — Ken Lobban who took six for, Batting first Y.M.P.C. collected Ray “Simmons 22: M. I. Clarke 6 z .
Eric Amory took three of the chuardins y zr * 1 51 sees them on the road to de-| 203, Goddard contributing 68, and ¢,, 42). . 2.52 1.40
wickets for 15 runs, K. Hutchin- PICKWICK V EMPIRE feat. wat ca nee an Wanderer’s ist innings:—- 22 an .
son, V. Skette and N. Skeeic AT BANK HALL SCOREBOARD— TS eieteeters wiih 7 r 3. without loss. - 2. Lu
took two wickets each. Empire PICKWICK — 1ST INNINGS Glamorgan versus Worcester | ~ Y.P.M.C. vs. Central at Central 3.16 1.80
at the end of play had lost five M. Lashley ¢ Browne b Hutson 45 ee 235 ¢ 193 In the College vs. Leeward : or
f y play ha ; BG) Rete omy tance’ Worcester ...... 235 ana | match, College were all out’ for Y.M.P.C.’s_ ist innings:— 203
sir ‘kets for 65 runs, F. fee | : i 3.20 1.20
of their wicke ; | A. Trotter ¢ Bynoe b Hutchinson 3 for eight declared. 72, Griffith contributing 46, Lee. (Goddard 68, Mandeville 45,
Taylor w =e pues van B. B Pg A RR Glamorgan ............. 117| ward, however, just managed to — - mite a Andrews 4 4.03 1.20
sourne scored 2 ore he was 5 ee _— Lobb 6 for 51) and 25 for one. . ? : or 59, King 2 for ). =
caught off the bowling of O. & Stile Sten eye C Skeets 28 5: Gain veto Daler io Sa aa Sollee’ bave oti Central's ast innings:— 40 for FLOWERED SHANTUNG .. 2.25 1.80
Lashley who has taken five for N. Greenidge Ibw b Skeete ...... 20 Sussex ....... . 216 and 1811/2 for no wicket » 8) Hinds 17 not out; Brancker 2 FLOWERED TOOLINA 1.67 1.50
27 runs in nine overs. . Ce some § for eight. At Lodge, Erdiston have gained for 19). : oh 4 $
Helped by a breezy 69 by left 6 Lashipy es Ab Bkécte ; We od. _......+. 158] a first innings lead over Lodge. College vs. Leeward at Leeward PRINTED HOPSAC ....... 1.67 1.02
handed batsman N, Wood, Spar- ee 0 : 2 Lodge batting first scored 71 runs College Ist innings:—72 (Gril-
th batting first against’ Com- tie zi Rae weeik” mens the “top store being 14 by C. #th 48) and 9 for no witha. See our special display of short ends’ of
bermere at Combermere knock- ta SR ey ee 428|Deane, For Erdiston C. Cuffley Leeward 1st innings:—86 (Grif- Dress Materials normally marked Less 4 of
ed up 149 runs. The wicket was BOWLING ANALYSIS s Leicester "936 ana 6] took three wickets for 13 runs. fith 4 for 25, Batson 3 for 22). Value.
easy, but some of the batsmen yy apmatvony ¥ oe = enh alo Erdiston in their first innings Erdiston vs. Lodge at Lodge ;
found difficulty in playing J, Bynoe ... peta ey eee eS Middlesex versus Lancs. scored 92 runs, C. peers top- Lodge Ist innings:— 71 (C. Special extra discount of 25% allowed
against the bowling of R, Brank- K. Hutchinson .. 14 ee eee 97| Scored. with 23. en stumPS» Deane 14, L. St. Hill 11, C. Cuffley during th : k
bas . Middlesex ...... 125 and lf i uring e coming week.
4 er who took five of the wickets y° QKeSte ------ % 4 4h 3 @enis Compton. 71) were drawn Lodge had scores. 9 3 for 13, C. Roachford 2 for 7, J :
Pt for 51 runs in 13 overs and four G Prescod) |) 34S Laries. .... “046 ana 131°°"% for the aie Wicks Sadat and 9 for the DRESS GOODS DEPT.
balls. At the end of play the N: Skeete .. . 5 1 li 2 for no wicket. SA ie : val Oss Oo ee
schoolboys had lost five of their » SMPIRE — 18T ENGNGS 2 Pickwick vs. Empire at the O Erdiston 1st innings:—92 (C.
ee er ime F. Taylor ¢ B. De Innisa b Kent versus Yorkshire Empire’s 1st innings:—-164 for 7 Norgrove 23, C. Cu

ey 21; Walker

- 1
wares Soe Ob. runs. Sans m Kent .........55. 249 and 57! gecld, (Maynard 35, Beckles 36 3 for 27, C. Deane © tr 23).












































































































Wanderers did well to score " Bourne c N. Greenidge b for four. f ;
241 runs in their first innings Bross tO Lashley ..... ul Yorkshire Soa ee Seat 428 :
against Mental Hospital at Black ©. Smith lbw b 0. Lashley 4 for eight declared (W. Sutcliff ‘ ¥
oe arery. e ae @ Prescea DO. Lasiliey "”" 181, Hutton 120), .
w el ve in the &. Amory n i+, j ‘6 ceste : 1
: batting order far Wanderers was "Extras A vo bts int eee aes at ear 4 3 FILM SHOW 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
Re | eters by ‘Kai ee i we od Total (for 5 wickets) ...... 5 for one. i |
at ; ~ Gloucester .............- 328
caught When his score was 49. BOWLING ANALYSIS ©
J. Marsh was not out with 50. R Clarke ....... 3.4 é % ot ak woe, Indians THE BARBADOS
Bowling for | Mental Hospital 9. Lashley me See SEE RE ore Tae end AQUATIC CLUB
¥, Carter and V. Todd tok > © aN ¥ commana for one el POTTERY Cages te Ticsne
via ere REET AN wee ik es ts NTS embers Only
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ey INNINGS mrigar 165 not out)
At Boarded Hall, Cable & BP. PD. Morris b Mr. Smith .. 6 Notts versus Warwick /
Wireiess in their first innings 8: Parris b Sealy ....... 38 Warwi
scored 218 runs off the bowling Wood ct. W. K. Robinson h bitten ead No’? 361 for ah in a wide Variety Le Pr a of a
+ oe TAMMOP we eee ee ete ternere # or one wicket. ritis ouncl ere wil
of Police. H, King who went «* ¢ PD: PSD GORE iaiagereis: HF OWS oeee. ss BP eager eee TEA and COFFEE SETS, a yj *
rer ee the batting order Wilkinson seg) Simpson 200). WALL VASES _ FILM SHOW \ s
the Giadina” a Gomi Geren & Woon + wie err ; 7 in the Ballroom on :
na , > oO s ‘ casst f —_h —_——- —~-—- y
ae good scores were 21 by B, Mat- pemmott sted. W. K. Robinggn |G. Marker run. out 4 bea citoamentale di aca err ae iam. é
; thews, 16 by R. Crone CN, ‘dct, Mr. Smith b Braitker ; Croney ¢ Forde b Denny *... 16
Seale. r Gane end, y. lasics ce ies pont Me ER Bie Barer 3 pi seal
W. Cumberbatch Ct. Wiliinso: H. King ¢ (wk) b Griffith . 86 e Programme includes :
aoe atin Weeks Geawhs, 0b meteor o © Je b Shannen os A Y D British News
olice had replied with 61 runs Extras: Byes 7, Leg Byes 4 mn | ie b Griffith ...,..... vey oe LIMA Development of the
for the loss of three wickets. ‘ - > a ee 2 b Meee 2: 3 « e English Town
The Barbados Regiment have nee 40D! Archer not Sut ee Cae | How to Improve Your
already gained a first innings BOWLING ANALYSIS Sie Extras ..... weeeeeees = «& co. LTD. Play (Tennis) NEW
ieee ever . Carlton who they wyxingon ......... 18 we Total . Par ane S oo of
skittled out for 49 runs in their Mr, Smith aoe ; i, 20 BROAD ST., and at ar P
first innings. The Carlton coi- '. Branker . 14 7 gS oe aia di a haga
lapse was due mainly to some © GomBERMERE —18T INNINGS | Gr steady and clever bowling by J. €. Inniss b S- Parris i 0 3 19 nv:
the left arm Regiment spinner ® See a W. K. Chase b 8 : ao : 2.9.52.—2n.
R. Watts who took five of the are : Diva ae 1
wickets for 16 runs in 17 overs Me olasgow rh Out ‘ SS :
and two balls. Cc. Sealy ‘umberbatch =
3.2 — 10
y He had the Carlton batsmen ° o ed oe 3 POLICE — IST INNINGS ;
te OU wiiditer fey "anools rota “ca Seniy 8 Brankcer ot
not sure whether they should AE SSS (3M. Haynes 5
oe. down the wicket or stay BOWLING ANALYSIS ie: B Morris’ ¢ senignt b Archer 8 ee brededs
i o o M R Ww ot out (i -
gadease’ "Wate, pita eo . i eeEpe $ 3 ae. Pxtras - Renter oo tye se onerse sets me
ee N Rl cits ert os .
fast also had a good spell and B. pD. 663 2 6 Total (for 3 wickets) . 6)
eidied. tap: woes oh "Geminee a fs Ww. ‘Cumberbatc re on! ; WATER TAFFETA ............-.5:seeeees 111
overs, four maidens, 18 runs, n° Wooa |......., Be arc a CARLTON vy REGIMENT
three wickets. L. Brathwaite and WANDERERS vs. MENTAL HOSPITAL ,, ,, CARLTON ~- IST INNINGS Wt. & Coloured SHARKSKIN ............. 1.86
J. Brathwaite took one wicket NAT SLAC Bet hee ines P. Marshall c Brathwaite b Watts 1? WHITE ANGLAISE 2.80
TERY thei Mik bias 4. G, Beale monte cees: 18 Beas Sb eesinaate | a SN | eee Trees ,
e end cf play Regiment leyne c Ca Gaskin .. : . _
had collected 115 runs for. the jj, Batterson ® Thorpe oo... 19 G- PAWINE stipe (wh Ishmael BORDERED SPUNROSA ...............-: 1.12
loss of one wicket with their 8, Gkinner ¢ Burrowes b Knight. 49 ©: Standford c Clarke b J. Clarke S
ski 7 5 4 ©. Proverbs b Carter .......... 34 W. Goodridge Ibw b Clarke .. 2 BCE PETE ob stncley bah chee MevaN eee 12
Se ee Tine ena” oy eeanae *. Marsh not aon: ce ecrd 50 S Proverbs b Watts .:. . o FPR . al
se Th 6 8 » Beck'es 4. Robinson ¢ & b Chase ... 1. ee Sake bor GET SE 2.28
35. : batsman out was B. Kir- E Proverbs b Carter a x ee he re an 6 ORGETTE BLOUSES ...............-. .
ton who scored eight. Ratterese H.W, ; ” Watts ....... ; 1
Sin ~ hieeane | Remon ks tS NS get eae VELVET BALLERINAS .................. 2.09
Y.M.P.C — 18T INNINGS Total “Dat Total .... i “ae 6 : g]
L. Greenidge lbw b. Thornton 5 Y ‘ — | PRPATOEL, MpMMMRMOIN Gib b.a sy atevk vai aihw lee B AT) 6 bar eke 1.08
B. Hoyos tow L Thornton 21 BOWLING ANALYSIS BOWLING ANAL YSiS
8. King run out 4 oa a oO M R W i MEN’S SE
K. Branker b Thornton ‘ A tf 3 ; S SFORTS SHIRTS .......... 1.80 to 3.98
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEFTEMBBIi I. lltt CLASSIFIED ADS. TttCPHOHI 210* THANKS Jrrslgaed wouM llae 10 tnanli -II tlese who so kindly arm %  Card*. Wreaths. Mowee*. or wml>thlw wlUt • in th* ma. of Pauline I Walter, and Jfflr** 'el IN MEMORIAM \a. BBB—4B Baring i Dado. Edw.id who IWH Beyond on H-e Ith MM May Ha rest In Pt rvri lo be • member *rt • Ihept.nl>. Edalm* ich.ldrem. .bn.ineri Theodore ml***" IMP*" plr-r M*g I'.ver lo b. J '*•* < I-WBTSi Bftean s^anda. four Srr> aranda I "* '• % %  l>lc waa dNln-l I 1 rim •*n. UrMUld. Uarel* %  ,., ., .. „„ i.ti. ihMi". i' i immi icu&e>. su i.t-r rJoanaMai urctharB an tTh*onhi.u. Own iBdoi v H RENT FOR KALE AUTOMOTIVE %  ; Baa, Mn %  ! %  Ltd Teleli'i W—dn CAB li.i.maa Mins Eacelbrot oondliion. owner driven, don* ou, U.orw miles Edwin Mayaew. OilUri C'mncy Co. LM Palmetto SI iPhon< tiH'. n %  M— t %  CAB Blat* M IBM Oolite Me OftVieTt. home %  M KLKCTKH AL PYT. CAR RADIOS-4 Tula with RF Stage %  and II Vet mod. to. A Untiled 1 lanlii). call early P C S. Mil< Co Ud niM-t rOULTRY PtOEONB— Import*. Cin-iui Pigeons ; palm V-lo.i I pair teds i< tors* type* Apply/ P D Mavn P..riers 81 James, or Dial oil* --1 I.TBV Import*.; B %  %  I pulliti 2 eorkerel. i4S months old' | Ap*>.| — g. D. Maynurd Porters. .Janwe s u LIVESTOCK PI IN.14' SALES HEAL ESTATE AU TIIAT 'DM "f(.edale" UucB % %  --. To ived o. or to -SepWinl-. 1M1 It. %  :*n certain Ow*Hi>ighouee *>tu.l* ai UN" **•" be dsa n ol ta tsod *r>4 reifere in. J** ,ia,r oi Apply K A (.umih One Iwo Horey -an d* riling riua*> a( Derrick'. Bat. at Jama* noun: SUM If *hi n s.i kM i llrnrkt. L 13 rU flnrS Dlafc MM> ta **-* ACM Now Road. I tog*, fin* vm e '•rfikni Building lit* -mhi acre ol land i dale Hall Dial 941. ft < Ha Sir. 1 *' a Ht'NUAIOW Slog wall Bungalow ciBed "nAKTA UAtlA" mU. .IK -ii,.r (..I ol L.d .l.xhed >llualr al M-rhaal. "Ke li'iute tonlalni Dranlnc and IHrrooma. 1 Brdrenmi (Ir. -. rianli' rooma EltiltLty Th* abova pcopi-rv will be art up IT i.l* by Pubuc roniprlitlui al our CnTic 'am*. Slr**l an rndav lllll %  *>*—1 IH1 .1 1 pm Inmrllon b appointment Dial > YUARWOOD 4> BOYCI. niBltr ST !SnU* Jamauir Hecoming hilll PAIN. Spl. 1 Not long ago, Bordeaux UntverTAMLt TtNHH SEQOMD HOUND CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES TO-MCHT i onomy. the iv. Franc*, apofuarsd aenunar The accutwl ruund of gjnn I [ becocninf mduslrion colonial affair*. ThU 3ymp*>\hTable TenniOpen (hamlid. •*"". • H %  c^LVad, wa pre. iiionahio will luUvfti ji th* Bldd <* %  er by MortBlaur A. CharVM?\ a 15 o'clock totilBW Wur,d ion inspector General of NaOonal Tr-dn;MWto tonigmWar ,, whfn ^ ^oru,,. .,, Kdac.tion -nd formerly Dlrior u M,.r*.v V BuiUr W cor.unuT ood luin d atlenU'M. of Education in Ihe MinUtry for Rlm,rJStmlninn are accomplish!-I Goodlng vi D. Coward; J. Bynoe facU. Chnar; C. On-enidge v* J. %  (^or/Miration pAAaAix-s OFFICIAL NOTICE IN Tat ( orai or • tNt rm HOL'Sfe^ A r-AjrTMrjrra A I'A irTMEfT .! V*ninei . iDrauirui' 1 aldna. two la-i* B-rtrooma e-cn BFACll coi'RT-HMihtf. runy fura< I lioii ll(h **|'l lo IMh Pra w nb-i Hwa* )MH ha t af— n .nd SM pi HUNOALOH Tn An Apptovnd T*n %  •(.-to*. Modrm aan-akl*. I..^ Iurr.lrfd Bungalow .:*c*ll*nt %-* bithln* FOr I'.rlnrr partiru ar< An to No t Cental S-in.l. Wonhir.g fVil^Lhl.L.ANrO(lS "- * lint b*n Initrudad by Ur. Gerald Manning to offer for aalr he( Hodden in Cuilodrn Itoao • roritalpi Bye bedroom ir. brr.hlaat room, lounf galkry and uaual oBUa. •ervanta room.. garaa> and •tabl* About 4H acre, of land Viewing B| itmrnt with Mr. Manning * Reatatt.uia Offc*. Public IMM>B. BrMaatown. bador* th* lltb day *4 OctoBer. 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Alao a va leiy -f iiileieiling Jlg-Baw Puulea All iteiiu "Wdrrata prtcaa Harrlacn'a p m on rTMla> Sth BepUmbei SB by cOtrRTBSV (lARAOK Whn* Park Road, (or On* III 1M VAiXHALi. S-l.-.r. damaged bv Tire Blip aft IrTil ; % % %  1.1 %  *' BM /.., 6 1 .11 .IKi I %  NOTlCi. writing will to received up m on Friday. Hh September ,* 'H 1MB AUSTIN 9 ton loiry In accident. InapectMm at OFFICIAL NOTICE IN ANTHONY I UMV IXlFTi'S OTWAV WIlJCtNtON iDefand in) rn tJ-ii'M* The NfMimiCAl. DTJtBCTORY la aeailabl* .1 AfivocnuCola'. Printer*. Johnaon. StnUenery. R..brrti *V C and .1 the Colonaal Ad*..ll.lng Cu iRaibado.1 Ud. Jam** W. I-,,., i IS SS-i> I'.DM NUMKH1CAL \jntMVKmt • % %  kM Ti'lephutuNumber Price S/-. Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Slopped In 24 Hours Meeding iwn. aora laewth. *>** %  MUI wi.an iii y-iu ate a rlctlai oi Pi i rh*i or n-nfli Mnulh. a* annwMdglaaaa* ".i T r i '.ild'hiV lo***."! laloe MM I. tflar* youllei* Since Us* iteal Woiid U W.aae mooih dlaaaaM Mr.p t i irrnughoql Ih* world a* il-i now Kli" IUI. ,B that lour mil Of • %  luff.mt. nmi-.r or lalet d 'oi" tm-* dmo" i*i • M-i* Ihey '.Kin (*uee nol o > o( MrUi, bul alao chronic rheuanVtaai mid heart Houbu. Nw DUcovary • SaivBi Taath Annm. Ih* dlacorerr of an Aim>r >n atirnilit, OghM ih-ae ireublea in a r.e* and a" 1 *"T I* pet.Mial*. right t" n reel 01 the UouM>. .ion. rum. from Meedny Art! day, quickly (all 'ionl of your moath, and n>on Ihe lealh. TM Mknylna leli'r *. W. B. aha** tni re.ulu thai .tain 1*1: "I Buffered from "" and ryorrhrti M Mi % %  %  btredlng and aciMal othei .... all Ih* la and llien li-.il Of thla new IM M iin alter aaing Podad IBM __>ta*nai harden Guorantaerf %  a BO (MI ai.d aa awMM lived la MHO your IDB*B ,I .... .Biiiin and iigliien ne aalUfaclUD or v back nn %  • (u fn a t i *npir jMHag*^ i day of July. iflpcttng all that isu. I glv* notice any eitate. -igbt i lien or tncumbram piece Mi i r in I Ii i i.h of Sauii Tnomaa and Island badoa rnnUinlng by ndmeaauremaaM <>" ii^-d llnrtv five prrihr* or thereabout ..butting and bounding on land, of UIUM HdOtyaraj M lai di i %  \ I m < • %  "" ,T ioar" on land* ol the **tate of Thonui OUI decaaaad and on th* publli wuh n>NUMERICAL Tn.rj-iiosr j '.• %  > %  m Ba a_aaa DIHICTORV any Teleplionr Number tan bound lo bring before Ihe pmi. ....uerived their aald claims wit 1 • t on documenU and \nMcn*ra. ii,.i abul in account wltnei o'clock In ihe . ihg coara < %  • Appeal at ih* t !> %  < i MB %  order Ih.t sucti Bi-coedlng lo i: intd _. Pllday IH I( U inooni and krnooa. at th* Ofltc< h AaBl.lanl Court o it HOUB*. Id klgrtov. • ( ol October. 19&1. L lainu mn. be ranked nature and prior II ily. oltorwlae such pei Dr. Monueatruc. Hasd of the Pusteur Institute In Martinique, .spoke on trie treatment of \eptory in the Wot Indie* Monsieur Hi-nm, an authority in this particular Held, lectured on the soil .md .igricultural possibtlrtleii of 1i net) Guiana. Professor Evans of An InJustnal Development the Univera ty of Bristol deolt Corporation fias been eaUbllahe.^ w tn **>e CnalHutional Devetoi. by Government to provide the menl of the British West liulu-> imcnhve* for Uidustria-; and A . co l ? n l ? -T 0 ?-,^-* 1 ** ,J commerc:.il develcrpmeiit of BntJamaica ha. no Ir-di.ion ol ^^Z^jg^T^l industry ,n th* manufacturms ^"V' 5 M ^Iho-r'^kr2?S! •wse The process TBBHJbeg-in mcrtv R CS erch SccivLr. m th. befoif the u.te war with the Rewarrh Branch of the Ccntril manuractuie of beer and aerated BBCrtrtarlat, now of the AmiteTU. Chandler. *""•• biwuita. cigars and dam Royal Institute for Tropical cigarcttci,. Then shirt making Regions, outlined the adminlstrn. followed. Shoewere Liter add''on methods of the Nrinertarid ed t" tne list, the fine laalher Antilles and their influence on-the obtainable from the hides of catwial amiI economic llfr ofthoso tie slaughtered for meat pro.-• l m t f ,, •, '^'.''T, Va ? ,JCT '; t duction providing the raw the Unlve^tv .rf t-e.den. author maiM-ial of one of the best known works On Surinam, fcpokr or Surinam" Development plans. Of parttculiir interm to us l the fact that one session was The splendid variety of local devoted to the work of the Caribwoods were put to use for the bean Commission. production of high-grade fur.. .„,.,,. _. .... ^, StHfl An offahot of the furRATES OF EXCHANGE niiure Industry WOA box-makSEPTCMBEH I IMI ing. particularly for the package _..„ v,w !" ..^ and being with th II riM IMh July. IN) DMed IB* AuguatIBM lend aboeeeaM containing bv rood Twenty tare* percbea or InereI Tne Mount Plantation on i deceaeed I. of ta* eetato ol R Chapenan dec—d on land, of the eetate uplH lniiill and on a road over which there is a right of ih* nubile load called HacM Rock road or however eta* the iay abvt and bound Together wltB all and .inguUr Ihe b4Un*B>BB i said parrel ol land erected i appiirin IBSON I SMga BBMBI II NOTICES Splendid Variety UA Students Sp n x 'i-n.-lr> was developed. psteoi in the coifee region of Uie Preparation of sweets and prctiland. ThtTC Uiey wwiked <• %  %  xpanded Into a major n i oinniunity rccie-uon project. industry: a factory w. estab:i This year Uiere were two i,hed for making condensed ,^ ,the war has ex•uccess of last jBear-^ vmOrr*, V**f* production until it has flnanciai aaa^stance for the TanaU|i.nt displaced imported unniru project eBCM hOD IsU UOO'i ^''*** r ?]<* hosler>* fn.m the Club of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, rtidves of local dry goods shops. Money also came from last years The majority of the .shirt* wor.i campers, who contributed over are of local manufacture, and $850 earner! In giving lectures on an export trade to other Bttfgsa their pueit.. RscBn MqMrteCkO I Vasg indies territories has bewhen they returned home. gun. Now g paper factory is beFriends of the College hava mg considered, and a bottlehelped with uontributions. .while ma ( tlf K p | anl ^ planned. "Lighi" each student payspart of Uie c-.^t j,,,,,,.,,, U) n M n AVCni hhnselT in addition to donating bH lg of blcvc|e an(| „^n. the U.S.. the **'Y. ln •"* % %  nder *iidy. D< ete building blocks made appearance. SD 9 la*: pr CBSM -. Renker^ BJBJgd ag Draft. Cable Curnmrv Coupon* Slleer < AN'AD A Ch-n.... on Banker* 71 1 18-. rhrrnand Draft. TIM'S Pr IlrefH It %  / -o/an The M v acrept CTargo Uomlnlca Ajmaua. jpi'.i^t.. Nfii. and St Kltta galling Tuewiay Bid flFiMrmbrr. ISS7 The M V "MONSKA" lll accept Cargo and Paeigxr> loi Dominica, Antlgvi. Monuerm Ntvu -nd St Krlla. Dote of Sailing to to rotlSed ASSOCIATION (INC r^ nnW Shm**6 'O. 71 S/lfrf. Pr tl J 10-t Pr I I'lO*. Pr SB*. ST. CANADIAN BBEVICB HITS BOUND —Jg,, ISA PABODI" August 13 KIH" August ii "ARNTTA" " %  '• ^ugu>! Augusl '1 S*pt I Sept ?i a TAMBlt '*"""" iUW .. Du. Barbado* Bemember lit*, for A STEAMBK ... Uwrence W-ar Port.. A-ply :-DA COSTA CO. LTD.-CANADIAN SERVICE labour. Before .students look a short course Puerto Rico, iis history, Including; the new constitution, politic*, economics, geography and customs. But this la only beginning. —L.E.8. ".'.; will be precluded Iroon th* benriu of (he aald Decree, and be deprived i all claimon or against the said property. Cloiinanli me also notified I hut the iiui.t ntlena ihe aald Court Ml Wedn*' dathe Sth day ol October 1M. ai 10 o'clock am when Iheir said claims win b* ranked Given under my hand thla Slat day ol T. C TAO... ag Clerk of the Aaalstant Court I Appeal %  si—m OFFICIAL SALE \1,IM'.S IN nil ABSISTAMT COl'BT OT AFr-SAI. lEQuitable Juriwllctioni '(inANTHONY CUMMINO iPlalnltR lX>mtS OTWAV Wll.KINSf>S %  Defendant i NOTICE is hereby given that by vli g BJ M Older of the Aaalatanl Cour I Appeal dated the Slit day Of July !i.g"he.l bidder al tlve (llni-e i.( Ihe CaSfl f 'he A..i.lan1 Court of Appeal at th • ourt House, Bridgetown, hetween Uv ... ,ii || .nooiii .md I o'clock in t>-ttarnooii on Fnda. the loth dav 0 I't-tober, !0 All thai .ertali, piecr c> li.rrel of land aiMrtc near Melrusc H II c parnh ol Ma.ni Thomas and Island of IM etodo* conlaining by admeasm. n.cnt one rood and thirty-five perchei or Un-re.houtB abutting and bounding M l-„d. nf Lilian Ili.llov... on land* ol I place called 'Melrose 1 on lands nl thi %  •late ol Thoni*. Olll. t|eceaa*d. and oi the public road or however else thjbut and bound and II no lhen Mid me said property wiU be a* up fof rale on every succeeding rode" ie hours until Ihr —— i. —Id *. -i £190 0 thai l.l day of July, IMS. n TAlJiA. gg, Clerk of the Aulitanl Couil ol Appen BiuerIng ar.d neait Iro.Ur 0*1 A*B*tan Irons your tbaoilM todsy under this Ironclad gaaranAJOOB>MS§^^rr Bytwe—*i w*a MMIB Hirriiane Preraation HIM Nl. 12 CLOSING NOTICE We beg to notify our Cu*lomers and the General Puhllc that HVTSON'S DRl'O MTORE will be closed for holidays as from the 7th of September to 21st September. H. L. IH'TSON. 8.S2—Sn £5 FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING Mis Worship Mr. C. W. Rudder, Police Magistrate of District "B". vesterdny lined R-chard Browne of Applewhuite. St. George. US for driving the motor car J— 29 on Charles Rowe Brid.V. s Qggeeaj. in a manner dangerous t the public on May 0. Vhe line is to be paid In 14 days or In dcfuult one month's imprtsiuni-iit and the licence Is to be produced for endorsement. The case was lyrougM by Cpl Cyrus attached to the Speigrits%  n Police Station. CUBANS mttO KAYOES CALVIN IN 6TH ROUND i Fn.m Our Own Crespondent I GEORGETOWN, Sept 1 Alfredo Miro. Cuba Mlddlr'elght champion kayoed Calvin. British Guiana middle weight hampion in the sixth round tnlight. Check that everything thai miKht blow kKkH) la .M in e" full Infn rnuiiion Ml < %  KR.lIM .K AUSTIN 4\ CO.. LTD. Iflwar Broad So—i __,„^ J*houe 4511 TBAMt^ANADA Air Line. inremanoruM Tran.-Atlantic Tr-nommiT,mtal l?oa 1 raBi f V ^_ 1953 AMATEUR BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS Under the auspices of CANADA DRY will lake place at the • • CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal, Halifax and SI. John Montreal fl auras St Jean ghUea Brldlstewr. BatBales ... "SUNDIAL" 14 AugUBt II August ai Augv • lUrlWhrT" M A-.g. 4 Sept. m v "BRUNO. 11 Kept IS Sept. s -A vrssr.i. l* *,„> — UK. SERVICE rVom South Wales, Liverpo**! |0d ^.'iSKrcrw II '•BTTJOATIDTRCD A KUJI1U.BaegB Wale* U.„*i OIMK* ..II Aug II AisgUStai August ..Early Seplember Mid Sept — Mid Oct Lot* Oct, IBB. .ltd A.rlTBl IL i-. nnae.1 ttarlvad*. 7 Septembe •1 U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Hamburg, Antwerp. Rotterdam and London llasnbe'l Anteer U Aug. End %  i can 3 September Mid October Early November MODKKN UK. II AT SCHOOL 8 PJI. STADIL'M ON FRIDAY. 12TH SEPTEMBER CANADA DRY STEEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE BAR — MUSIC — THRILLING ENCOUNTERS 28.8.52—6n. Readers and Sulto the ADVOCATE Newspaper in Mixwell Road anil surrounding districts are ashed to note that we have appointed Mr. Clyde Janes. Tap Rock. Christ <*ur*ii. as our Distributing A gen' [or the Districts as from Monday. September I. DIAL : t43Z ADVOCATE CO. LD. Circulation I*|oi /^//^%V///e'/WetAW* REAL FOOD FOR YOU AND CHILDREN TOO J&R ENRHHED BREAD Aients : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. 'Phone 47M I. I M | Here is a List of Items sold or dealt with at AM E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET 1 GENTS' SUITS ) LADIES' COSTUMES ) Made lo Order TAYLOR'S SAFETY DEPOSIT BANK — *% In*'est paid on all deposits UALVANIZK SHEETS from $392 IRON SHEETS as low as $3-00 GALVANIZE WIRE for Fish Pots. Fowl Runs, etc. LINEN SHEETS and PILLOW CASES FACE and BATH T0WT5LS KITCHEN TOWELS HERCULES BICYCLES for Boys, Lilies and Men WRIST WATCHES now being; opened PAINTS LINSEED OIL TURPENTINE GENTS' SPORTS SHIRTS from $.1.90 each GENTS' DRESS SHIRTS made by Elite, Renown and Reliance BATH PANTS lor Men SWIM COSTUMES for Ljdies ASBESTOS CORRUGATED SHEETS Best Quality Georre Webb and John While SHOES for Men ARCOLA SHOES lor Ladies, also a new shipment of American Shoes just opened from SS.1S MOM 80S .SS 6 0S>0 9 8SB0*00a. M l ,.::v,'.::v.::'.::'.:::-** 4. E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET DIAL 4100 where Qualities are HIGH and PRICES -IRE LOW % %  * % %  &f ***




WHAT'S ON TODAY



Court of Original Jurisdicticu—10.00 a.m é ,

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m 7

Meeting of the House of Assembly — a Fe
2 p.m, / és,

Mobile Cinema at Wiltshire Playing }
Field, St. Philip — 7.30 p.m. 4

Police Band Concert at St. George's i |
Church Pasture 7.45 p.m. i

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

And the Good that I can do. ESTABLISHED 1895







TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952







Big Three Reject Present. }pygecenee- 1-7.

Form Of Soviet Proposals

Will Accept Further
Diplomatic Exchanges

(By J. C. THALER)

LONDON, September 1.
REPRESENTATIVES of the Big Three Western pow- !
ers opened the first round of consultations at the Foreign
Office on Monday on a reply to the Kremlin’s latest pro-
posals for a four power meeting on Germany. They were
reliably reported to be in agreement that the Soviet pro-
posals are not acceptable in their present form, but that,
despite their rejection, the: West will leave the door open
for further diplomatic exchanges.
patie 2 eu Se Met oe er eh
n
Affairs, Frank Roberts, U.S. l=
bassy, Secretary’ Robert. Hooker, U.K. Should
an e Frenc ssy Coun- = 1
sellor Etienne De Ch 1 ar -
siting the’ isa cere] base Blockade

expected to last about a fortnight.
The Western comsultations co- Of Iran
incided with a report reaching
London that East Germany's top
Communist leaders were negoti- WASHINGTON, Sept. 1.

Sa arrangements with The Washington Post said in
e

claimed that Prime Minister Otto
Grotewohl and his deputy Party
Secretary General, Walter Ul-
bricht were drafting a mutual
defence pact with Russia on lines
of military agreements between
Moscow and other eastern Euro-
pean satellite states —U.P.

In London For
Banana Talks

(From Our Own Correspondent) |
LONDON, Sept. 1.

Bustamante flew into London
to-day to discuss with the Food
Ministry “a very delicate mat-
ter” of bananas.

He wore a “pepper and salt”
tweed suit with his usual starch-
ed shirt and white bow tie.

“Our agreement with Britain
for bulk purchase of bananas is
due to end _ in two years time” | country cannot afford to overlook
he explained. “We are here to the British stake, even though the
discuss future marketing ar-| American approach ought to be
rangements”. — independent. But is there not a

Does Jamaica wish to end th®| middlé way? Would it not_be an
bulk purchase agreement before | earnest of good faith jf Britain
its scheduled time?” “It is what! were to relax her economic block-
we are here for,” said Busta-' ade of Iran? Once oil were flow-
mante. {ing aes oxygen A ia res

This evening instead of giv-;in more of a mo c a
ing his usual Niception to press- fairly. In any case, at this point

\
|



Iranian Prime Minister Moharn-
med Mossadegh might be more
in a mood to negotiate the oil
dispute fairly.





The Post declared that Mossa-
degh’s “unceremonious rejection”
of the American-British proposal

Iran back on its feet was perhaps
to be expected. It shows that
Mossadegh, for all his recent ap-
pearance of reasonableness, is
just as extremist and intractable
as ever. It alsc shows that he is

aster. When all this is said how-

to try again.

dividing the United States and
Britain on the oil issue. This

ae wweeemereenernmeenin ep itnenistlipceneanieehsetietnsemnanin essassimensliiinne edema



i i i be

a was “too tired—andsdy,. tbe te there would
tga Cnstnrs diare politely att t e to lose by making ane
told to “come tomorrow.” ! attempt. —U.P. |
et |



N. Koreans Warned
Of Air Attacks

FIFTH AIRFORCE, Korea, Sept. 1.

FIFTH AIR FORCE OFFICERS said on Monday that
North Korean targets selected for air attack are warned
several days in advance by general radio broadcasts and
leaflets dropped under the pre-attack warning programme
adopted last month. However, the 2ctual city oy village |
to be bombed is not named. Generel warning leaflets are
usually dropped several times on the target selecte: i
Final warning. when bros#dcasting Is used, is made 15
minutes before the first wave hits the target right up to
the minute that the first bomb is dropped, one officer seid.
Finally, there are final post-attack “We Told You So

a. Force spokesman re-. will repeat that, United Nations
vealed the original list of 78 tar-, bombers will be over: ia be
gets and added that cities and’ destroy military eas Reg
villages ruay be removed or sdded) the city novy. Seek. shelt: ? er
to the order of priorities, The, out of the danger area, © niet
actual target list changes in num-| Nations wants to save your er
ber up and down the scale, and United Nations Air Force see -

be any set figure. only to destroy the war materials
a p : of the Communist aggressors,

“The general warning, which is} Don’t be destroyed | with therm,
designed for peat aE Leave the city now.”—U.P.
ag a morale weapon for the whole| ~~ oo
of North Korea, reads: “People of} WHERE CAVE EXP
North Korea. Remain tuned to
Radio Seoul for an announcement
important to your welfare.” From
15 minutes before the planes ap-

ar over the target until the

mbs actually begin to drop,
Seoul Radio broadcasts: “We inter
tupt this programme to bring you
a special bomb warning to the
citizens af (mame of city). This
ig urgent. United Nations bomb-
ers will destroy Communist war
supplies, industries and military
targets in your town tonight. I

Ecuador Gets

‘New President

QUITO, Sept. 1.

Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra be-
gan his four-year term as Presi-
dent of Ecuador today with the
announced intention of seeking
constitutional reform. Velasco
Tharra was sworn in last night in
an impressive ceremony in the
Capitol, taking the reins of the
government from former, Presi-
dent Anlo Aza.





Speaking before the _ galleries
packed with special diplomatic
missions from all parts of the
world and over loudspedkers_ to
huge crowds in the streets, Vel-
asco Ibarra said that constitu~
tional reform was essential to get
the country out of “misery”.

He said the reform of the 1946
charter was necessary “because
only vigorous executive power
earrying out a single plan that
begins with what is indispeoeee
and gradually attains to luxuries,
can bring about Ecuador’s desire| FUNERAL SERVICES are held for ind
for administrative honesty and
the recovery of lost time in reali-|
zation of the public’s transcenden-
tal national importance that will| +
relieve our state of backwardness the surf

French Pyrenees His father
-d to his face. Ins*




E
and misery.”—U.P sudde pr i 2
5

Britain were to relax her eco-|planes had never betore atti ee
nomic blockade of Iran, the |that close. @ attacked) by his

LORER MET DEATH | Three New U.G.W.1.





1

Na vy Pilots Get
Glimpse Of Russia

(By ROBERT GIBSON) |
Aboard the U.SS. “Boxer” off Korea, Sept. 1. |
NAVY PILOTS looked into Soviet Russia on Monday |

on a Korean combat mission and saw “no flags, no people
and no M.1.G,’s, but plenty of mountains.” Russia lay
only a few miles from the oil refinery at Aoji and 30 mile:
from the Oron Mine hydrogen plant at Musan, targets 0)

Monday’s Navy raid in Western Korea.
On the northern frontier of

Korea: a thin strip of Manchurian | e
territory runs between Korea and Y. hida S
the Soviet maritime province, O08. ays



| Aoji is three and a half miles from}

the Manchurian line, and 12 miles J I N

frorn the nearest Soviet erin | apan Ss ot
Any Russians on the border | R in

could hear the thunderous explo- e-arming

sions, see columns of smoke and

flames, and watch the zooming TOKYO, Sept. 1,

\lnavy fighters as they ie igen Woentan
viet in Moscow, The reports}an editorial on Monday that if |the ‘Aoi sonREN y attacked) Premier Shigeru Yoshid:

United Nations’) denied on Monday the charge
political opponents the!
an ’ Japan is beginning to re-arm

, tone am, porisnt, sunny and} Yoshida said that full-scale re-
juliet, Said Lieutenant Comman- |’armament for his country is im-
Bee Bixden ener apo of Salt cometh if for no other reason j
ake City, Utah. “There were no . ¥

age, Ho people, no Me Lee ir ae that Japan cannot affore

plenty of mountains.” Lieutenant] yy)¢
Commander Ward Miller of Santa
Rosa, California said: ‘‘We had an

opponents had charged
that the fact that Japan is spend-

to end the oil impasse and put|excellent view of Russia, We were | iN About $555,500,000 a year foi

very careful not to cross the bor-|“efence constituted in effect
der but it was easy to see that|T@- armament programme. He
there wag nothing much fthere.| Said that the charge is “utterly
The land over there is very rough |tidiculous,” especially . whep
terrain, like Colorado or the|Japan’s defence appropriation
Rocky Mountains, We couldn't see} are compared with those of the

willing to push his bargaining] any people because we were too| United States and Britain, Japan
power to the very brink of dis-|far away.”

now maintains 4 national police:
A pilot from the carrier Essex/reserve organized on an army

ever, there is no alternative but|reported seeing two “unidentified pattern and a coast guard patrol

ircraft, probably jets, 10 miles| they a ially called secur
or so away. The pilot said that Hg MS a aan

There have been reports that|the planes were more than 30,000
the Iranian policy is directed at pfeet high and flew at top speed.



Adenauer Returns 19 Dead In
With “Basket isi
Of Broblenis” Co sion

BONN, Sept. 1 (From Our Own Correspondent)

Chancellor Konrad Adenauer KINGSTON, J’ca., Sep. 1.
pee ae wer ‘on bn a aed Nineteen persons were violently
acs” lf prablens | ied whey a aise en exe

; -Year=1 crashed into a truck at a leve
old West oT We in er iicekd crossing, 35 miles out of Kingston
has been vacationing in Switzer-) on Sunday. Six other passengers

land, will within a _ fortnieht} of the truck including the driver
attend three international confer-| were injured and are in hospital,



ences. The truck was conveying 4 group}on tomorrow morning, and these

On Wednesday and Friday
Adenauer meets with his Cabiret] qpiteg States base, to the first

;
|

Two lorries both owned
by Messrs. A. Barnes & Co.,
Lid., collided in Trafalgar
Square shortly after mid-

| iis amen bid ka
day yesterday, They were Col Engineer Goes On Apes Hill, St. James where the

both laden with cement and
were travelling — through
Trafalgar Square from the
direction of the wharf,

One lorry M-—23819 was
driven by Medford Hink-
son of Vauxhall, Christ
Church and another lorry
M2913 was driven ,by
Charles Campbell of The
Ivy.

There was no serious
damage but the rear wheels
were locked and one lorry
was wedged against the
pavement around the Pub-
lic Buildings,

Traffic was held up tem-
porarily while the Police
took measurements and
statements,

tirement from the service,

|
|



Library’s
Is Successful

The introduction of the new
system of lending books at the
Public Library, whereby borrow- ;
ers may take three books instead
of two as previously, has proved
suecessful and has resulted in an
increase in circulation, Miss Bet-
ty Griffith, Acting Public Libra-
rian said yesterday.

Under this new systein, bor-|
rowers are permitted to take out) Re za
two fictions and a non-fiction, ov} MR, T, E, WENT
alternatively, one fiction and two
non-fictions or three oe d
The introduction of the system! EF ’ C 2 1
was to meet the demand for more i Ol ourse
fiction, e e
Meanwhile, Library Authori- I S te t
ties plan to place over 400 new n ani a 10on
books on preview at the Library





following Saturday morning at 9|ted to leave Barbados on Thurs-

‘to discuss the Saar question, the] Motor Rally in Jamaica to seelo'clock. On Thursday night at|day next for Jamaica where they'|

Schuman plan, restitution to Israel] nuto races, airplane stunts and} 9,05 o'clock, Miss Griffith will|will entey the Public Health|

and the coming Parliamentary | motor cycle races, when in trying

fight for the ratification of the] tg ‘ain over the crossin
West German Peace Treaty and to: beat the train aver the ¢ 8

the European Army pact. The

Nuremburg to preside over the] Worst road and rail accident in

first session of the Schuman Plan| Jamaica since the Balaclava ’c-) a1 the Deposit Stations in the
Couueil of Ministers, during which| ailment in 1939. Bighteen died) Country districts, the Acting Li-| Up to the present 12 Inspectors
the Saar problem will probably} 0" the spot and one ied in hos! brarian will visit some of theland eight nurses from Barbados
be raised, From there he will go] Pital this morning, larger Stations where she will/have been trained in Jamaica.
to The Hague 10 sign a Treaty! it was a week-end of accidents| address borrowers on such things )'The difference is due to the fact
‘in Jamaica, Returning from the|# “How to Select Books”, and|that a year ago when the selec-
motor rally at Vernam Field, aj@s part of this scherhe, she will|{ion was made, no nurses passed

under which West 43ermany will
deliver $715,000,000 worth of goods
to Israel as restitution for crimes
the Nazis committed against the
Jews.

girl fell off the pillion seat of a

other cyclist was killed in King-
After thatthe Chancellor was] ston in a collision with a truck and
expected to push to Strashourg|a boy drowned in a pond in the
for the meeting of the Council of|countryside bringing the death
European Foreign Ministers, the} toll to 22.
sesjiot. at which he will raise the| Fifteen persons were injured us
West German claim that Demo-)a truck overturned near Mande-
craic freedoms do not exist in{ville and other week-end acci-
the Saar under French. steward-| dents brought the total of injured
ship since 1945. In the mean-| persons to 24, making a grand
time, Adenauer must map aj total of 42 deaths and over 100
programme for the last session of] injured in accidents, principally
Parliament before next year’s}on fhe coast for the month of
elections.—U.P. August























*

Projects Begin
(From Our Own Correspondent

KINGSTON,- Sept. |

The University College of the
West Indies was in the news to-
day as three projects connecte
with this institution got under-
way in» Jamaica.

First was the opening of the
U.C.W.L, hospital whiclf receive?
its first patients this morning
thus opening up new medica
course facilities, First man in
was a labourer who fell from
n ackee tree at Mona property
his morning. Second was_ the
opening of a B.W.I, Adult Edu-
cation seminar under the Chair-
manship of Norman Fisher,
Chief Education Officer of Man-
chester, England, Delegates to
the conference come from all
over the West Indies including
non-British territories and even
from the Gold Coast.

Third was the opening of the
R.E.C, Executive meeting to dis-
cuss the future finances of the
University.

A Warm Day

In a temperature of 90 degrees
in the shade waterfront workers
sweated yesterday, Some of the
wargo they were handling might
have been refreshing but tended
to give more warmth and pleasure
rather than relief from the heat.
: y For example the Jenkins Roberts
ustrialist-explorer Marce) Loubens was loading 700 eartons of Gold



bY er ed

outside the cave in which he met death near Lacq-Atherey, th the {Braid rum for Trinidad, 250 bar-

rro

4 tands «

ping, a handkerchiet |rels and 160 cartons of the same
Mairey, leader of a rescue team, {product for Nassau.
e-trapped stientist td The M.V. Caribbee was also
‘ to satety loading rum, this thme one drum!
Honal) and 40 cartons of Moutit Ga)



(interna

it failed, Books at the Public Library, in] The two Inspectors are Louis}
truck was smashed and] which she will speak oi the books||{ayris and Knight and the!
Next week Adenauer goes to] bodies littered the scene in the} which will be put into circulation. |two nursey are Missey Marjorie|

motor cycle and was killed, An- Deposit Station this afternoon. | were sent instead of two,

getting their meat supplies from)
Australia, have had to send’ Michael, died at the Genere ;

i ael, f » General Hos-
orders to New Zealand to offset’ pital at about 1.20 a.m, on Sun-
the meat shortage that would day after being ‘involved in an|

ive a short broadcast over the|Training Station for an advanced}
ediffusion Service entitled New|course in Sanitation

In an effort to revive interest) Mayers and B, King, |

pay a visit to the St, Clement’s|ihe test and so four inspectors



This is part of a scheme of

4 Meat Ordered |;verapne training for loca) per~'
From N. Zealand: 1
Man Dies After

Following the big drought in; |

Australia this year, meat stores, Fall Front Lorry |

here which have all along been)





Dalton Clarke of Jackson, St



result, ‘wecident on Fontabelle Road, op-}

A local meat dealer said yes- posite Pickwick Gap, on the pre-
terday that they prefer to deal vious day |
with Australia mainly because) Clarke and three other boys

there is a more regular shipping were sitting on top of cane fodder

service. between Australia and the Which was loaded on motor lorry |
West Indies. While a ship usually M-1284, owned by Donald Sobers
alls here from Australia every of Jackson and driven by Clement
two months, ships call from New! Mascoll of the same address. |

Zealand once every three mooths.; Clarke fell from the lorry

Thid means that local dealers! He was taken to the General
will have to send on three-month Hospital in an unconsciou con
uders to New Zealand instead of | (ition, A post mortem examina- |
wo-month orders to Australia! !lon Was performed by Dr. A
luring the coming month |S. Cato and an enquiry is fixed

Immediately the drought situa-|'0r @ Jater date,
tion was appreciated, local deal-,
vs hurried on orders to New oe ‘
Zealand, and with a good stock Re-Registration
it present, and another threc- A ate
month supply ordered, there will Of Nurses Begins
be no meat shortage for the| . ‘ ;
remainder of the year, Hams for} The re-registration of Nurses
Christmas have also been ordered,|began at the Registry yesterday



depends a great deal on the|ister between now and the end|
amount of rain Australia gets in|¢! the month may do so at a fee
coming months, of one shilling for each head under
\y/nich they register
K ‘ : j Then from the dst of Qerobe
o he pli the Sth of November, the
eisal To Observe dost of ‘re-regidtering will be 2/6
nder each head, aftey which re-

Irrigation Works I egistration will cost 5 shilling

1 each head,
es LOS ANGELES, Sept, 1.
ing Feisal of Iraq visited)
Imperial Valley where he will| LOCAL RICE SHORTAGE
observe irrigation methods, The! WILL CONTINUE |

17-year-old monarch said that}
his country had plenty of water, ! UNTIL OCTOBER
but must rebuild its irrigation!
system,
King Feisal spent the week-er
visiting Hollywood film studios
and talking with students from
fraq attending the University of
California at Los Angeles and the
University of Southern California
He told a group of 20 students
that they should be “good ambas The rice shortage is due mainly
sadors for our country” bec to the wet weather British Guiana
he believed that the Americans have been experiencing this year
vere not well informed about the This has caused milling te

Middle East UP.







| The present rice shortage will
ng continue up to about October a
|merchant told the Advoeave yves-
\terday. He said that there will!
be rice meanwhile, but merchants|
will have to curtail the usual dis-
tributions so that it will last until
the shortage is relieved in Octo-
ber






PRICE : FIVE CENTS
SQUARE

The cause of retirement (sj ¢ar_ ye line than Tae

In his early days
Service he was a clerk

ed in the Petty

Magistrates’ Courts,

Advorate





Pre-Retirement Leave |):

M.B.E., Colonial Engineer, has gone on leave prior to re-| etter te sve located thy

end of his leave will have completed 40 years’ service

in

Debt

lee, the Treasury,
onjal Secretariat,

ippointed

ing Clerk along
as an Inspector

In
Government

the
and
1921

with

at
works, For a_ brief

the
period

| he plagt*will begin to werk
Civiljmuch a&“Lke\ importation”

and serv-}| machine oe >
the} lbuildime v h L1kessorm i

Water-





Reinfall from Codrington: Nil
Total rainfal for onth to date: Nil
t r atus 2
Lowest Termperatere 4.5 E
Velocity: 5 miles per hour
meter (9 a.m.) 20.955, (3 pm.) 29.2894
TOparY

Sunrise 5.49 am.

Sunset: 6.12 p.m.

Lighting 7.00 p.m.

Hig! Tice 12.18 p.m

Low Tide 552 a.m... 5.18 p.m



| Amother
Industry



jlyst returns from England with
another term weeks

The Barba-
dos Co-Op-
trative Bank
are investing
1 sum of ap-
proximately
$250,000 to
finance a
plant to
manufacture
tiles from
local clay
Mr Coppin
las gene to
ingland to



umself with ,
he vorking é “

and to select

f the plant x a



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER KEPORT

ee

For Bdeés?

BARBADOS is likely to have
another industry when Mr. C. A
Coppin, retired Government Ana-

n



acquaint : ea
7 . ¥

he neces- MR. ¢ \. COPPIN
ary machinery and equipment

‘for ovens.
The plant will be situated

at

jank purchased two acres of land

nd are preparing to erect the

uilkdimge to house the ovens and

hy





he site wa

i
{



he ex kage of carrying th

: : : \o a pibrm, farther away froniji
Mr. Went joined the service in 1913 and so by the} cas weltc_ v g

It is mgt known exactly




ke
Of- Mr. Coppi Aas



Col-|oxperience in t

this he served on the staff of the} weeks time.
Provost Marshal
ignee but the years

pent at the Waterworks.
Engineeriny:

and Official

t was he joined the

if and after t

he Waterworks
Works Department
Inspector of the

Department,
Mngineering

el to the top post
satisfaction of the entire
the general
as this thoroughness and

and

He acted as Colonial
‘on several occasions
d for the thoroughness

orkmen

he

separation of



As-

were

tee! THE SEA EGG
SEASON OPENS







1eT3 The selection of
dictuted by the fart
hat the natur:j@es pipe line was

lready tha » & i as vas
THE “ADVOCATE” understands that Mr. T. E, Went,| sroposed "peeaic& this eddie Trawas

he was/in charge and according to him
puwehuc- [ia ‘enxioue to see the gpractical
duties ork done.” He lieft_ Barbados on
Sunday, 24th by the S.S, Colombie

after nd is expected to return in ten

and Public
he became an Tr e
ne s@a egg geason began yves-
» Public Works B gan 3

and
Assistant

Finally Mr, Went

later

Second

rday morning, and housewives
enerally wikK welcome this item

f food to help relieve the present

Enginect od shortage.

and was no- In the St, Philip and Christ
his hureh areas mainly, there were
york, his extensive knowledge of — 41 sales, but few s®a eggs were
building and his

handling of id im the City, as the season has

nly just begun. Good catches
was appoint- »e however anticipated as soon
to the great : the season gets into full swing.

public,

clancé to dutY which

od his’ health. At 58 he has been
compelled to “throw
many

-|SENHOWER* ATTACKS he marketing of fish in the

} °P
we Gani jand
Two Sanitary Inspectors and two; :omplete recovery to good health
to Vernam Field, abandoned} will go into circulation on the|Public Health Nurses are expee-

onge”, but hi

8s



service Last month the total amount
But it (sh eaught and marketed in the

of

He- /ublie Fish Market fell far below
in- Tl fetal @e¥ight in the prececting

ionth: Two thousang, one hun-

the (red amd forty-two pounds were

friends j,arketed last month as against

admirers will wish him a \(.995 pounds in the month of
July.

id many happy years to come ys to the classification

— iven by the officer in charge of

NEW YORK, Sept.

Jarket, the largest amount of fish
as caught in the seine net. This

DEMOCRATIC LEADER jomounted to 1,882 lbs There

were only 30 Ibs. of dolphin while

I pat tish and other variet

Dwight Eisenhower angrily at-|. mounted to 142 lbs.
lacked on, Monday

tributions fro

workers undér threats
jobs

m

would ‘lose their
Republicans wir
elections.-U.P.

1

alleged
effort by the Kansas Demoeitic
eader to get $100 campaign con-

Government fish were marketed, 394 Ibs.
they dolphin; 445 lbs, of bill fish; 1,794
the lbs. of shark; 445 Ibs. of albacore

the

November and 2,645 ibs. of fish caught

‘the seine net.

ies

As against these figures, in the
month of July, 560 lbs. of flying

of

by





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—— Canub Calling

SEPTEMBER 2, 1952



BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY,
—————————— eel

! SONG RECITAL No Visit to Barbados is com-
By BEACHCOMBER

lete without visiting the
Inde 5 f Alla P
“= cere Kt oe famous terrace of





BY om ’ 1
IR GEORGE SFEL, KCMG., ,.. Congratulations MUSIC critic congratulated a ener) CACRABANK HOTEL
Comptroller of Development ‘y3l@ Gase oeere EWS has been received that an orchestra the other day
and Welfare and _ British Co- N Flight Officer W. F. Lamb 2% “not allowing emotion to ees camer i BALL (a short ride from Town)

Chairman of the Caribbean Com- who was Private Secretary and interfere with the flow of the Overlooking and command-





WEDNESDAY, PTEMBER 10TH, c
mission, returned from Trinidad ADC. to Sir Merk Young & music.” The most likely man to #& . “i wise, a os 30 p.m ing the whole of
Gver the weekend where" he former Governor of Barbados, and become hysterical in an orchestra aAgcompanist — W. HACKETT a . i
attended a Meeting of the Board who is at present stationed ‘with 18 the cymbalist, owing to the For Tuesday, September 2, 1952 Reserved Seats — $1.00 WORTHING BEAC
af Trustees of the Caribbean the R.A-F. in Germany, has been tension of waiting, inactive, for * Unreserved — 7c. & 48e.
Commission Provident Fund of promoted to the rank of Group wie cue. An excitable violinist » Tickets ee. Advocate Here sitting over the sea, in
which he was Chairman Captain and is due to take up the has been known to saw clean Look in the section in which your birthday comes and ran 21.8.52—4n all the breezes that blow,
Christened peointment as British Secretary through his violin during a loud find-what your outlook is, according to the stars. ae you can drink its famous
re cf the Standing Group of the Passage, and the story of the kine id : oe t+ Pianters Punch — or have
fFHE infant son of Mr. and Mrs Supreme North Atlantic Treaty frenzied trombonist who blew a Could be more encouraging for materia a K
I 3 LUNCH—TEA—or DINNE
Cecil) McCartney of Forest Organisation (N.A.T.O.) set-up in small man out of his seat in the 4. March 21—April 20 interests but maybe this is well, it will pr or TEA or COFFEE
Reserve, Trinidad, was christened \Washington. front row of the stalls is too well revive new interest. Day urges unselfish- + at 11 am.
Graham Willoughby by Rev. Group Capt. Lamb was married known to be repeated. ness, honest effort.
Frank Pemberton at St. Paul’s fo the former Miss E, B. “Poogie”



GALETY Afte: a hot shopping speil
take a Bus or Taxi to

)} The Garden—St. James CACRABANK

i TODAY & TOMORROW 8 30 P.M and bring your costume for

i Whole “Serial a swim to enjoy its coolness.
NROYAL MOUNTED

Church yesterday afternoon.

The godparents of the infant
are Dr. Tony Gale, Mr. Ian Gale
and Miss Gillian Gale

Married In England

Jowell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
llorman Howell of Glenrose,
Strathelyde, Their son David will
continue his education in England.

*
*

TAURUS
April 21-—May 20

As for most, to-day says turn more thought +
to family, intimate affairs, It can be done
without ueglecting business or other mat-

ters. > a






Listening Hours

TUESDAY, o 2, 1952
400—7.15 p.m. — 19.70m, 25.53m







land to Mr. Alan_ Clifford
Dawe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ches-
terton Dawe ot London, Mr. Traf-
ford Goodman a Magistrate here
was the.only son of the late Mr.

parents,

Joan left here in 1950 for Carle-
ton College, Ottawa, to study
Journalism and she returns home
every year to spend the long holi-

Home On Holiday pit? 2m The News, 410 pm ‘The RIDES AGADC Ask ms Z ee of rates,
= - “e i ‘ . .
His marriage took place on : Say freee “= ‘Mew Rotass *« GEMinI vied ores eee Serene, is smuyized, silty get alas sameeg oe aaeaenl and look at its rooms
the 30th August we = =. JC a hg Promenade Concerts, 600 pm. Ulster May 21—June “2; te fodiens oar Tikes: * THURS. (Only) 8 30 P.M. Parties for Lunch and
H ton ur aughte r. ane TS. Magazine, 6 15 Meet The Common. . a Dinner arranged
Baiace of Miss’ Margaret Elizabeth *4, L. Harrison of “Seascape”, wealth. 6 s- m Sports Round. ees Avoid sarcasm. Preston roster & Dining Room on Terrace.
Goodman, only daughter of the Vontabelle, came over on Thurs- 719° pm. Home News From. Britain,” * 4 HIRLWIND RAIDERS” Telephone 8148 and 8611.
late Mr. Trafford sone ene cay aa by 74 be See T1S—10.59 pan. — 25.58em,, SAE. CANCER Take things in stride. There are matters "neal STARRETT ;
Mrs. Goodman of Hampton, Eng- to spend a holiday w Ss p ee eanienvoua Sa ae Pee x June 22—July 23 that could upset your plans if you don’t

watch out. Retrench where you should till
more encouraging aspects prevail.

sonal Portrait, 8 00 pm Variety, = =
p.m. Radio Newsreel, 830 pm

From Britain, 8 45 pm Interlude, 8 os
pm From ‘The Editorials, 9 00 pm
Ring Up The Curtain, 1000 pm. The
News, 10.10 p m_ News Talk, 10 15 p.m,

ROODAL FHEATRES.

“A little with contentment is great gain”

*



pad- ay LEO is excellent motto this not wholly promis-
Percy Goodman, famous Head days. Herpart Hodke Talking, 10.30 p.m. Fam: is y pi 1
Boys’ Foundation ous Men, July 24—Ang. 22 ing day. Do some research, review mis-
2 * - Impressed «x takes and gains; get set for better days. yy EMPIRE OLYMPIC | ROXY | ROYAL
4 r ask Owe To- , t Two Sh
Spent Five Weeks R. NATHANIEL CARMI- B.G. Director RT Tico aoe | ama BS” | Tecday £45 & 8.15 \Te-gny Geom 830

*



a 7 ove: . Z Go about usual chores calmly; don’t let alt Disney’s Paramount. Pi |Lawrence Tierney —
ISS DOROTHY CLAIR - CHAEL, Government Analyst R. S. BOODHOO, Director: of Aug. Sa @8 outsiders bother you, Behind the cloud SNOW WHITE AND Jock CARBO ra qunt | Pietuces Ksuine Nobeete
MONTE, daughter of Mr. and returned home by B.W.1.A. from Bootthoo and Sons Ltd., of there is a bright d happy iod. Chin THE SEVEN in } in
Mrs. F. Ciakemente ae Trinidad - Sunday after a short British Guiana is now back in x up SE a 8 OE om Ppy per pears th oem | THE BIG THE ee
Assistant Mistress of the Girls’ holiday. During his stay he took olor By :
Foundation School, returned home ©!© 2!A SINCLAIR, wife of Ray he opportunity to visit various eS seo ae #4 - Toe aon MY | CARNIVAL \ ne
by B.W.LA, from St. Lucia ong -‘ sell Davioni, alleged procurer, ‘echnical Industrial Works, daughter Pamela on the Colom- LIBRA Might try toning down exuberance; do 2 Reel Short: | PA ENCH } Starring Surring |
Sunday. She had been spending## 5 being tield in $10,000 bail asa _ Among the many places he vis- pje after making a_ cruise to « Bept. 24—Oct. 23 curb any excess activity. Day will be better Boy And The Eagic | Kirk Douglas— | Duncan RENA
five weeks’ holiday there. naterial witness in the New York ited were: the Imperial College of yamaica spent if you take the happy-medium road. * foday at-130 pom Pau, HENEIED | Jan Sterling Leo CA RwLO
ck Home vice probe. She was arrested afew ‘Tropical Agriculture, the Govern- Extra ‘Wed. & Thurs.

; t
ment Laboratory, and the Agricul- Mr. Boodhoo whe had previ- oy at Chibaren Merle OBERON._ | short: —Hot Air Aces| 1.30 & 8.30 Friday









§ 2 Special Children |—— — vey oes,
R, FRANK CLARKE, son ofg 20urs after her husband balked at — | D 7 br * ously spent two weeks in Barba- «x SCORPIO You could make a fine record if true to Matinee “Thurs. only Wed. & Thurs. 4.30 only
| Mr. and Mrs. T. A. D. Clarke’ eatityign before the vice grand eg ig dee oi? Tevedeeed vhs dos expects to remain until Sep- Oct. 24—Nov. 22 your Sign’s best traits, A little daring in Ye) — Walt Disney's ue woOokUM 1.202 9:15 . || ghlore BRROGE.
of 7th Ave. Belleville, returned ae oy refusing to sign a waiver all that he saw and was glad of tember 12, He is a guest at business may well be the difference in ah eee Starting ey Gany COOPER Ain N
home on Friday by B.W.LA, from wf immunity. (International) the opportunity given him. He also Mayville, St. Lawrence. day’s gains. DWARFS Laurence | CBEmRTS in apAeveD
Antigua -where he had been § Quiet Wedding eid that Trinidad shows great | Also holidaying at “Mayville” + Wed. & Thurs, and THE GENERAL (THE HIDDEN ROOM
a almost three weeks’ hol- N THURSDAY ; } promise in the West Indies in the is Mr. Cameron Massiah, a Bar- Make no unnecessary changes; be especial- at 8.30 pom. THREE HUSBANDs} DIED AT DAWN C re sas
A . afternoon 28th jndustrial and scientific sphere. badian; resident in Curacao for x sacrrTaRius§ ly careful in business affairs, Don’t tear co Se with and ‘Pull BROWN
Arriving from Antigua by the’ lace t St, "Cy ntiante ending took Up And About Again — %® Bast ten years as an employ- sry, g5—-Deo, a down unless you can rebuild better. Mrs, A. L. Stuart's | "Eve ARDEN [CASINO TC KOMEA/Friday at 8.30 p.m
Same opportunity on Friday was )Pl a yprien’s Church at 5 UP 4 4 AR ee of C.P.I.M. He arrived here Dancing School “Opening Friday ~|Coming Soon | Farewell Perform-
Mr, Jimmy Tappin, son of Dentist o'clock when Mr. George Ashley } ! recently by B.W.ILA. and will be x Genetalie ausdloious outlook Be stee you Presents pening jay ance i of Z Madam
A. S. Tappin and Mrs. Tappin of Puckering took as his bride Miss IS many friends will be glad yemaining for two months. CAPRICORN 1 y P er bad. REVUEDEVILLE | crmaron xm |CAVE OF THE a Shae Pui
Lodge Road, Christ Church, Jim- Gloria Anita Cox, daughter of Mr, + that Major J. R. M. Cave, Dec. 23 — Jan. on nee prekametan * acted when ee CARACAS NIGHTS
my also spent almost three weeks’ and Mrs. Cox of Martindale’s Q-B-E.. has sufficiently recovered ——————-———————— x tomotiig and Rarentl 1952 HOT STEEL OUTLAW 1952
in Antigua. Road. a et oe as to be out and CROSSWORD s
= With Hongurs ort Holiday "Major Cave who is regarded as AQUARIUS | Uniess urgent, do not dig up unnecessary %% GLOBE
EWS tis been received that M* eee GITTENS of the “father of Rifle Shooting” in KK (Jan. 22 — Fob. 20 atters; let well enough alone in general. Te-day S & 8.30 p.am.
ornington’

- Collymore Barbados, spent the afternoon
Si bree pupils. of pan: Rock left the island on Sunday by With his favourite form of sport.
Who along..with others recently 3-W-LA. for St. Lucia ~where he While ee ee ee
took a Pitman’s test in Elemen- “!!! spend a short holiday. Range the Maj betes eae
tary Arithmetic, have been suc- : pee Avene hed eae eee
aa "Mads Sewtcn antened For St. Lucia op eh, (out % ear shot
first-class honours, Earl Estwick RS. MARY DUVIGNEAU of a cemee ot shooting mae
and Ervine Armstrong obtained Bank Hall, St. Michael, left He is certainly the doyen of
second-class. The examination the island on Saturday Jast by the local marksmen who always seem
was theld under the supervision Tady Nelson for St, ia where r
4 she will spend a month's holiday.

to turn in better performances
of Mr. CB. Rock, F.LP.S when he is near.

Attend to important things first'in smartly
consistent way.

*
*

“WITH A SONG IN MY HEART”
Susan HAYWARD :o: Rory CALHOURN

*

PISCES
Feb. 21—March 20

~

-”

May find it extra good going plus fayoura-
nle news during day. Also helpful aid
where least expected this somewhat unpre-
dictable day. Heart interests in favour.
YOU BORN TO-DAY: Innately steadfast, honest, sincere.
«x Excellent reasoning faculties, often critical but always the
friend of those who need merited assistance. Use well your
Should take things with
Birthdate of: Henry George,



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ability and diplomatic qualities.
more ease; have confidence, too,
author, political economist.









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A TREASURE -HUNTING 16. Make Gn to the the we COC =
in th '
race is on in Lake Huron, be- i ee eran UR ADVOCATE'S SOCIAL CLUB “BRIDGETOWN || BARBAREES orsni?
ny
Sen Conada end, mech leat 20. Back ‘end of an aivtiopa Tak DANCE Under the Patronage cf ; (Dial 2310) (Dial 5170) (Dial 8404)
e treasure is 250,000 dollars 21 i ‘eas from here may be Chinese, the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C. TODAY 445 & 8.30 ) m.//TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.|/TODAY | (only) 445 &
(£89,000) worth of copper in a pn ay groumes aevapie abode. (4) CRANE HOTEL aio ; Another Thrilling Action 8.30 p.m.
sunken schooner. a Quon TAPEMe ‘abt: tesa teed invite you to their Film from Warner Bros. || Warners’ New Hit! Lash La RUE’ Double !
“The crew of tihe schooner Ber- (4) j\ “INSIDE THE WALLS ||. pRONTIER
eliff, with an electronic searching Down In Aid of RETREAT HELL of FOLSOM PRISON” REVENGE”
device, is racing the 160-ton 1, Make loud, mate! On the cou- oe he linpe at a : at the Frank LOVEJOY — steve os Wourtaw Countay”
isandsucke' (dredge with suck- 3 00 PH | VOLUNTEER DRILL HALL Richard CARLSON ve my. Fe Be A Mh bt
5 4. This is necess 9 y COCHRAN — BRIA
ing mechanism) Sandcraft to find \ : 3. Soother of men? Not it! (8) Mond 6th Octobe y on WED & THURS N|l Wen. (only) 4.45 & 8.30
the prize. Seeing that Pong-Ping 1s net he éulls. "We must go and put 4 Nets a help to get some ivory ? see holi es . MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH 4.30 & 8.20 pm. WED & THURS “SILVER CITY
. teeling very well, Rupert takes i! by the tree that he went 7. Bird or return the sonbaing, ere OCTOBER 1952 ets are. 4.0 & 3.0 9m eo aaa
“CALIFORNIA, one of ihe the paper bag and starts back on ""dergrovnd, and perhaps he, will (5) Take oats for one. (6) From 6 p.m. to Midnight (Bank-holiday) Baa keatteba an “To THE vicTor® ||Rex ALLEN, The
country’s important oil-producing his errand, In a very little time wel oe ae ts le —_ ts Bird that ‘maneks naw. tae ae Musi oe eet and. iio ee ee UNME eon
areas, is impo-ting oil. It cannot agp: the dragon may be nowhere near ; hawn. (4) : usic by “C ? ” “DISTANT DRUMS" |]|“GUNMEN of ;
Po tng he comes across the Imp, who — there,’* ae the ae ha Pas- it: Gotletmed.? 3). Es OP — oy oon a : Percy Green's Orchestra ee (Technicolor) ; Rocky ie
sages go all over the place. ' 3 icty Six a * a THURS Special 1 30 p.m Gary COOPER aeiesial sinsecile

tae mtandand Oil Company of pehind a tr “I've got some have a better idea, Come wits L “Gymnasiuan f“tgcusts Be Rye 10, the Jumping Jacks } SUBSCRIPTION: —:— 3/- “SILVER CITY > = ede ak
@alifornia imports 2,000 tons of weird foad that the dragon likes.’ me." And he dashes off edible: 11, Oil; 12, ‘Enter: 15, Rented Dancing from 9 p.m BONANZA” ||FHURS Special 1.90 p.m|[THURS. (only) 4.45 &
crude oil daily from Saudi Arabia “ . es eres as 19, Peony: 20, “Amping 22, Nag: 24, 8 2 Rex ALLEN & Lash La RUE Double ! 8.99 p.m.
a6d 3,000 from: Sumatra’ and jloomy; 35, Sen: do Rests’ Down: 1; ~ ADMISSION $1.50 Tickets not Transferable “GUNMEN of ABILENE” ||“ FRONTIER . “SPRING SONG”
Borneo. rem RSS Snacks Free $ Formal Dress Optional le RN a QUTLAW. COUNTRY" Carol RAYE &

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THE DRAGONS went to



Jackson-avenue with a long card-
board box, Children were play-
ing. Women with babies in laps
Sat on the doorsteps. Then Tiny
and four of his gang ripped the
lid off the box, grabbed rifles
and started shooting, Police ar-
rested Tiny and two other Dra-
gons. :

has the same qualities as wine.
Those who have drunk its water
say it has the same effect on them
as if they had drunk a large
quantity of wine, but without
leaving any “hang-over.”

Doctors who have examined
people after they had drunk water
from the spring agree that it has

Five men and two women who
were suffering from liver trouble
were cured after drinking two
glasses of water from the spring.

The Madrid authorities are send-
ing experts to investigate, and the
local wine growers, who are
naturally worried, have also sent
experts to examine the water
from the spring.









war against the Rockets—they
Bronk "And vias vee vere § Turned Wine’ Sprin |
-Bronx. And today three people pp 2
are in —hospital with | bullet ’ 7 x
wounds. IMPORTANT THEATRE
: ; MADRID, Aug, 22. the same effect as wine..
Led by sft. dins. Tiny Rodri- The people of Cadiz claim that a
guez, the Dragons strolled into spring there gives water which

ANNOUNCEMENT

GLOBE THEATRE,

Roebuck Street announces that as
from Friday, September 5th, 1952, there will be changes in
the seating’ arrangement and
HOUSE SECTION of the the

be introduced at cheapér admission prices than the HOUSE

the admission prices of the
re, A CIRCLE SECTION will












SECTION. The first 8 rows in the present House section shall
be HOUSE and the last eight rows in the Present House Section
will be the CIRCLE. This is intended to benefit our patrons
who are called upon to pay transportation fares to get to
the GLOBE. We have decided to reduce the admission Price
of our PIT SECTION for the same reason, OUR FRONT
TICKET BOOTH will carry TWO CASHIERS—one will serve
our House and Circle Patrons, and the other Balcony and Box
Patrons exclusively.

The seating arrangement a:id prices will go into effect as
from Friday, September 5th, 1952, when patrons will see
Twentieth Century Fox mighty Melodrama—LYDIA BAILEY

OUR PRICES WILL BE

Pit 12c., Circle 24c., House 36c., Balcony 60c., Boxes 72c.
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on the top the lead as needed. MATINEE: Friday 5th at 5 p.m.
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TUESDAY, . SEPTEMBER: 2, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE We PAGE THREE















US. Scientist To Study W.I. Maize | si ANDAR) Hare you discovered’

Trials Carried Out For SEE ~} TRAFFIC | these delicious

° eT ECA. SU CONSTELLATION | Pscuits ¢
Merits Of Varieties | E*ER-CONSTELLATION a Biseuiés ?





Schooner Zita Wonita, Sch. Lydina A
nan Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Eve ; i
INVESTIGAT PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 1. Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch Franklyn D. R. |* for len on ee
: Se Mz ive. 1 Sch ik i E i }
STIGATIONS on maize and maize cultivation Maris Henrietta, MV Gila Mone eff Bynsceg os

are going on in several islands—Antigua, Jamaica, Puerto
Rico, St. Vincent to mention a few. In St. Vincent experi-

Sch. Emeline, Sch. Augustus B. Comp

ton, Sch, Triumphant Star, Sch. United have a treat in store. You



i n ' , Pilgrim, Sch. Lucille Smith,’ Sch. D’Ortac will find them so crisp, so
ments were made in crossing local types with Jamaican Bek ec oberts, Seb. Gartenia, Ww delicious, so sustaining
varieties. In Jamaica trials were carried out to determine aT Me See re oe e
the relative merits of three varieties grown in Jamaica in i h. . : AV ARS i Their exceptional nourish-
different loealities. Puerto Rico was also interested in Mistri= A. Compton, trem’ Trihided ing qualities and distin ~~
inereasing the yield of native corn by selection and consined~to Schooner ‘Owners’ Associa guished flavour are dueto *

tien,

hybridisation. S.S. Alcoa Puritan, 3.931 tons, Master the "high quality of their

a ate B. R Butler, from Mobila, Agents . .
Experts of the University of ‘ a Reem a ait i ingredients, which inctude
rite Mica mae = Police Hooweryont fon, Pitiand Rest | 1 proportion of “Ovaltine
improve the local Mayorbela va- a Costa & Co., Lt a s
riety, and especially with a view ° Olliverre, from "St Lucts, somanaad ~_ wets a ees
to sliminsting “the serity ©. Information givers, tem, sh tas, consumed, 3 ular food beverage.
which the corn is subject. Anti- Stee erenant, 4745, tons, Master: w.| For all oceasions there
gua’s researches have been some- a Sane ee ee don, Agents Da FOE Gil CCeReN
what different. The Antiguan Bureau S.S. Sunavis, 4.200 tons Master " is nothing quite So
work on corn has been essential- ‘ Prentice, from Trinidad, Agents:— Plan dainty and appetizing as



tations Ltd
Sch. E. M. Tannis, 93 tons, Master:— 1
Tannis, from Trinidad, consigned to
Schooner Owners’ Association
DEPARTURES

Sch. Rainbow M., for St. Vincent. Sch
Mary Olive, for Grenada, S.S, Isa Parodi
for St. Vincent, §.S. Alcoa Puritan, for
British Guiana, S.S, Lady Nelson! fo
St ucia

ly a series of trials in the
use of fertilisers. In Anti- The Police Information Bureau
gua food crops are not usually continues to provide useful ser-
fertilised, although in some in- vice for the public. The Infor-
stances dressings of pen manure mation Clerk is Policewoman
are given, These investigations Clarke,
were aimed at testing the com- . At this Bureau the queries of
parative merits of no manure, many people, especially visitors
pen manure and artificial fertil- to the island, are answered.
isers when applied to maize in People aSked such quetsions as
varying combinations, the price of meat, news of the
A Fullbright scholarship has weather, the initials of Govern~

* Ovaltine * Biscuits

. VALTINE
Seawell Biscuits

From Trinidad—ist September:
















F. Downes ckliffe, G. Cha i%
been awarded to Dr, William L. Freon _— and the time, 1 : ; . L Boos, C. Boo! * Boos, 3 ‘sede. c Boas Packed in aivti it and damp-proof és
Brown of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Cpl. Goddard was formerly in A. Boos, G. Boos, A. Watson, J, Austan cartons to rétotin iv deiight ful

Corn Company of Johnston, charge of the Bureau, but his office eo ian be hae, j . Harper, Adjodahsingh, ‘Adjodahsingh 2 - 4 - . is

Towa. Dr. Brown is attached to is now Situated in the C.I.D. jC. gle: Oonscaiaggesme. ‘The => More Lockheed S Hi, Madigan, T. Madigan, 8° Madison x pc arte w n

this company’s Department of Policewoman Clarke also performs Obi a hds Orde _- * thr » , uper Anderson Layee ss or lh ali mhiinntnte pinta ine ot - = a

Plant Breeding. Under his schol- the duties of Clerk to the Deputy _ From Trinidad—Sist August: er - ee hh AE



" A Saat cat more. N. Carmichael, A, abraham, A, Carter rr - - - -
arship, Dr, Brown will study Commissioner of Police and Press . % mn . Cumberbatch, F. Bolai i. Keishiall’ — ;
Caribbean maize during the aca- Clerk. - onstellations I or l iA r Kelshall, I Noel, K Kelshail, J. Rel. ,
demic year 1952—53 at the Im- Govt. Anartyst Seven ‘ Powe x Jones ‘ Nurse, Ez to

perial College of Tropical Agri- 999 CALLS Stuart,









ae 5 : Stuart, G. Stuart, E. ‘Rakassar, E
culture, Trinidad, He will experi- he Police Control Room at MONTREAL, August 26. Osborne, O. Hunte,'C, Hunte, M. Seale
ment* with material from collec- Central Station is receiving many Back Frem TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES has ordered three Brack Ucihicidte nike Sistesitien 4 ®
tions of Caribbean seed. COMM cajls un the 999 Emergency tele- T ° idae z additional Lockheed Super Constellations, bringimg to | Ricci. Ricei, Ricei, Ricei, Ricci, Ricel ways a time JAVELP cee
were ee oe ite phone line. But the snejontty — Lure eight the number of aircraft of this type selected by the seubin usin’ Giga’ Meena eee E
will endeavour to obtain addi- Se tases oe vate tak Mr. Nat Carmichae®_ Govern- airline for service on international routes, it was announcid inch, Glmon, Heiago, Zahalan, Senalan oe
tional samples of seed corn for quisitive or who wanted some Ss = oe _ from today by the company’s president, G. R. McGregor. pig, Winierbotham, 3
Hed igre <= eo re, bet other department, ' Se eee Mem cs ete cae two 5 The first Super Constellation will be delivered late Dai Cathie A Benuburn, ¥
ready Undataien to suite fin An Cpaanns HAA, ths Advocate While he was in. Tx-&midad, Mr im 1953, with all eight aircraft slated for service to Euroye Ferguson, W. Williams. ©. Burr, A. Burr
‘ , Mr. : $ ; 9 ur, A, Bu ‘
with representative = samples, eS ithe oatie’s Cash. Ne said Carmichael visited mander _the amd the Caribbean by mid-1954. This will pérmit the 5 atl it
through the intermediary of the that the public should remember Te oe ee company to increase its passenger capacity by approxr'- por rrindad—sint aioe
Caribbean Commission, that in case a department is Cattle y the West x ae es Ly mately 150% on the North Atlantic with Super Constella- _E. Flynn, Mrs, EB. Flynn, P. Flynn, P
needed they should dial 08 as is C0) ES MONS induste-a. tie was tions, and 37% domestically on North American services, Kins’ 1. Kine 3 iting. 3. King, ft
sually done, jy@ OUS eae of pow ais He was 3th th ) ; y an y on 7 ae s \ Ring Hi King. J Bing 2 King, Hi
u : * f the opinion tha mom a tech- wi e release 0 ort star aircraft presentiy assigne: be sr Yee a ugler
in case 0: the pint ‘ : fe , e k ' Lucla—! .
Thefts Reported ‘on uld dial 07. ak nical and industrial standpoint, to international routes. “M. Pedro, & Monpioisir, ¥. Monplaisi
person sho ‘ Trinidad showed gre==t promise. A 66-ton airliner, the Super A ee R eee D. Mon
Four thefts involving _ over > — ot Constellation has a take-off * ° D. Evelyn x Wercwarten, me Ae
$200 were reported to the Police : Lewd rt FIND So wee ae pa pieces a on weight of 133,000 pounds, approx- Building Broken Alexander, L, Gittens, 1. birch, . Bikeh
er 0) \e = 7 7? i z - ne " tahalan, J Zahalan onplaisir
over the week-end. ies satan’ now makes it easier Oil Refinery Plants a ® Pointe-a- te, oe Jere thas i For Trinidad—#0th August ; '
A camera valued $180, the O. to find Pierre and Point Fort, the Im- e orth Star. The new aircraft A niere W. Bridgeman, B. Griffith, C. Perkins
property of Albert Wooding of for an Officer or WCQ. troy, perial College of Trog>ical Agri- C@" fly nearly 4,000 miles non- nk B. Seemingal, fH. Bookie, H." Robertson
; ; ; ; ; , 2 ss ach a enlcga B. Seemunga oolcte obertson
Cheapside, St. Michael, was poe he don electrical. shop, culture, Queen’s Roy =al College stop with 75 passengers and full ovpR the week-end some thief ©. Mathura, A) Howell, E Pe
stolen from Wooding’s residence oe OP cheerhaker shop end the Government Chemist’s fuel load, In trans-Atlantic ser- 4, thieves were able to enter tie ets eae jane |S
sometime between Tuesday and lodrs or Department. vice it is capable of carrying up pyilding of the Lynch Trust Com= price C) McConney, td, Corbie, E. Inme
all carry signs over the d g ’ Price, C| McConney, M. Corbie, E. Inman,
Sunday. in other spots where they can to 89 passengers plus baggage pany in McGregor Street. J. Phillips, H. Bourne ?
Mrs. John Hackett of Pine Jearly be seen r The Government Analyst of non-stop Montreal-London, with , For Antigua—Ist September:
Plantation. St. Michael, reported ° R Y tri Restaurant also car- Trinidad, Dr. Greaves. is an Old fuel reserves for yet another 650 It appears that a partition be- _m Earle, B Wathey, A. Wathey
8 . ael, ed Stripe Restaura Harrison Ad it vores iriterest- il With this power ; = For Puerto Rico—tst September ow
that a fountain pen valued $20 yjes its sign. This Restaurant pro- Harrisonian a as in : miles. ith this power and range, tween the storeroom of the = Taylor, Arnold, Frost, Ernst, Ernst, } ‘bs
was stolen from the motor car yides lunches and teas for ing to note, Mr. Carrezj #chael said, the Super Constellation is capable Advocate Co. Ltd. and the office Ernst, Williams, Williams P .
M-—483 while it was parked in members of the force. = pe ve gy ~~ bee of circling the earth, stopping oft Mr. P. A Lynch was broke). °F Soon Wate. Bee! gis : = sae a> me :
Shepherd Street, City, on Sun- men nalys n © only seven times to refuel. D. Oxden, E Chennebers, C. Grant, J , ~
ae =e West Indies were Olec® Harrison- Ome of the world’s largest and The breaking was discovered Bort F erty ; ave ways wi $s
iNberite ine Aoliars--qwae-atels , ians. fastest transports, the Super Con-,yesterday morning and the Police. "or Gren gy Pa isiche @ 2 ,
en } Sarg mee Licorish of White Leon Charged The Trinidad Goverrement Lab- stellation is 18 feet longer than| were called in. They are inves~ Mivshell: De Oe Seer cactene ie ties

: see ' atory, he conclude@. was much ¢}, “tile ‘onstellati
Hill, Licorish told the Police ; e bie ool . a. the present Constellation, measur-
that the money was taken from With Wounding : bigger thon ours Bye ee eg ing 1183 feet 7 inches in length,





tigating the matter. war, J, ‘Sinanan BIG CA p f CITY VA N ’ S 2





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i : ‘ staff of 24 including a ri : o8
his shirt pocket while he was fox â„¢ with a wing span of 123 feet. A often
asleep at the George Washington Case Ad journed Assistant Government Analyst. cruising speed of 340 miles per BLOOD IMPURITIES Cause Hete is @ delivery vari that is
Club, Hillaby, St. Andrew, be- J ‘dda tle aa = —s en ee aoe ee a aa ie : ane’ by poor bigod whicl PY unexcelled for the economical ts
(00. toxin, Hivday ; ¥y € distance between Montrea Many ailme € caus ble (MPLES barrie of of :
Swett hate ” seuss ; ap Gneteeide ag ies I tured In Fall and London in 104 hours. By} -— affect the whole ae. ; Skint aeupyines BOUS Handling en ae Oe
Fitz Stuart of Fairfield, St. charged re ‘the | police with nj * employing exhaust gases to gen- id irritation, oe —- ~ eo coda eicallade Vialbttiey foe the Uatber
Michael, reporied that four fowls Goonaiuk Dean Walkes of Ken- F; 2 I erate greater power through tur- Piood erunae ae Perel pee helps SAN and small turning circle, Driver's °
valued $5.48 were stolen from ington New Road with a broken rom Biewe e bine installations, the four new = the t tarcam of impurities apd cab Kasbd whety.slidisin: lotta i 2
his enclosed yard between 3.00 4, ; d by His Wright “compound” engines will Cleanse blood aaa seilar COMPEANTS aR
° r ttle, was adjourned | by ‘eri anes ; keep fit and free from these a great safety and time saving : ‘3
am, and 7.00°a.m. on Saturday. Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith, Act- . Kenneth Pilgrim ing Police Magistrate of District St. John, was injure@ ve til September 3 fell from his bicycle= which he use turbo-propellor power plants mh aa its class—-150 cubic feet! Le toe
De i Hi ‘Worship Mr Griffith granted 70de on an embankrre«=nt on Ven- whem this type of aero engine on L PAINS right hand drive. Wide opening ve os Nae
etained In t's adjourtment 80 that Mr. H, ‘re, St. John, about 12.15 p.m. pecomes available in suitable e Tis rear doors and low loatling line robust half-tonner is built to ensure ai
* Walcott, Probation Officer, could yesterday. He was t=zaken to the fora, for commercial air trans- ; oo ix ure NEUR) saye time on collection and speedier deliveries with the lowest
Hospital find out something about the con- General, Hospitel winssve he wes port LUMB.\68 delivery. This Morris Commercial | possible rusihiaig bhd talnéeaiibte eam: °°
treat or a cut on e forehead. r.

. duct of oe ee so aN sania i

Clarence Griffith of Goodland, Walkes told the Court that whi . 5 °
St. Michael. was taken to the He was at a dance on Augut 24, Pilgrim ois, be ees eee “= Barristers Due
General Hospital in an uncon- a disagreement arose between a i gg doite ab, .
scious condition on Sunday himself and the defendant, During Rent ‘ontiicl ot the: Rhcemmineia: Rae Oe Home Tomorrow
morning and detained. the talk the defendant apo up, < a ‘ine einpatiinent aicemect 2h.

Griffith, a pedestrian, was in- peoken bows £70 dan eebort- The front fork, he== volved in an~ accident with a his¢ tt 5 the Police wheel of the bicycle were dam- attemded the Conference of
bieyele ridden by Alexander ed the matter to ‘ aged. West Indian Barristers in Trini-

iaathae of Garden. Land, ft. GIVING CHANGE dad are expected to return home

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sabes : 5 5} 9 to-rmmorrow. Those who attended

soe _ With the idea of making their Infant's Trapqquest ine “Conterence were Mr. J.

TROJAN UNDER begun to give change with an eye Fixed Fi Ss : t 3 iT. eer ae D. H. L, Ward
REPAIRS to future collecting of fares, For or ept. an r. E. W. Barrow.



instance, if a passenger gives a '
The motor launch Trojan be- sixpence and three outs is taken The inquest corm«cerning the LABOURER FINED 20)/-
longing to Messrs. Da Costa & out, the conductor will give three death of Moneka E®zathwaite, a Cacis Sealey, alias Courtney,
Co. Ltd. has been hauled up for Pennies and three cents as the 19-months-old infarat of Halls , eabourer of Halls Road, St.
major repairs which should have Change. : _ Road, St. Michael, aD ss Michael, was fined 20/- by His|
been carried out since May A conductor said yesterday that terday by His Worskmayp, 7 . 4 Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith in 14

Many of the timbers will be people who travel by bus like to ‘ eeod, Police — of t ae days or one month’s imprison-
taken “out and replaced by new Saye See ae or. abe oan for Wednesday, September yremt with hard labour for the
timbers, and the bottom will be aa naval three fares ready for Brathwaite was ‘t
its POLISH,





























































j ; i or” al which he was
Feraped and minor pairs fyture occasions, General Hospital oxa August 9, tity of corn meal whic hae *
effected. . He said that if he gave him four suffering from buz-ms on hen carrying along Fairchild Stre et =
The Trojan which was in ser- pennies and a cent instead, on stomach, but she @<-d two dayr om August 31 about psig Bes
vice since 1929, is one of the another occasion he would him- later. The post mor®<=m examina— Sealey was arrested by Po ce
oldest launches in the careen- self have trouble in going into his tion was performed | my Dr. A. S. Comstable Phillips attached to
age. bag for change. Ashby at the Hospit#@al Mortuary. the Bridge Post.
' ay
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You, too, can CONDITIONS ae a
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~~
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there’s no need to give up hope. Sa ’ = : wenttn ed ‘ .
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Ch wo bone the lovely, i iS 5 4 : at your teeth.
men admire. ve s -
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Tuesday, September 2 “1952

FREE TRADE

IN the Barbados Estimates 1952—53 the
eost of administering controls «n prices,
supplies and currency was fixed at $76,505.

In addition $1,076,780 were estimated for
subsidisation of foodstuffs. The estimated
cost of controls and subsidies during the
current year totals $1,153,285,

din A Fiscal Survey of Barbados, Pro-
fessor Beasley stated that “it will be out of
the question to maintain commodity sub-
sidies for much longer on anything ap-
proaching.their preset scale and that the
sooner they can be replaced by measures
less costly to Government the better.”

The voters of Barbados sre entitled to
expect that in face of this expert opinion
the government is already making plans to
abolish subsidies. But the time seems ripe
for asking whether the government would
not be justified in abolishing controls al-
together.



The economy of an islan@ ike Barbados
is comparatively simple. H exports sugar
and its by-products to pay for most of its
visible imports. It balances its apparent
adverse balance of trade by tourism, inter-
ests on investments overseas, remittances,
and by attracting new capital from over-
seas.

Before devaluation in 1949 Barbados was
suffering from a control. system worked
out in London afd applicable to all col-
onies or non-self-governing possessions of
the British Crown. The denials of Sir
Stafford Cripps which led to the refusal
by the Financial Secretary-of Barbados of
the time to allow importers the full quosas
of currency they requested for buying for-
ward, cost this island hundreds of thous-
ands of dollars when sterling was finally
devalued (despite Sir Stafford’s denials).

Many instances were quoted at the time
of ri eosts of living in Barbados which
were direct]
British goods were more expensive than
goods obtainable in North America, Petty
official obstructions such as refusal to
sanction the release of dollars for much
needed hotel equipment obtainable in Can-
ada were experienced by private individ-
uals who for some reason or other by-

assed the official channel of obtaining’

ard currency,



After deval onthe British Govern-
ment bows e éfully to the storm of
Canadian governmental protest and two

instalments of the trade liberalization plan

have since been and found wanting
To-day «the i om: has com-
pleat reversed. the yee meeition —
exis ‘ becty g@ the war an
which ed Te
adian im-

represented)26.8% of. tal import

‘in 1947 (as compared with 35% from Can-
ada) had risen to % in» 1950 (as com-
from Canada).

Only directives from Whitehall which
were accepted by the government of Bar-
bados could have been responsible for such
a violent change in trade.

But whereas the change in the direction
of the Barbados import trade in the years
between devaluation and March 1952 were
acceptable on the logical grounds that the

serious depreciation ot Barbadian cur->

rency consequent on the devaluation. of
sterling did make, British prices, finally
cheaper than North American (although
by no means necessarily cheap in relation
to Barbadian currency) the edict of March
1952 reducing sterling allocations for pur-
chasing of goods from Hurope could only
benefit the exporters of the United King-
dom at the expense of the consumers in
Barbados. Controls such as these. which
prove harmful to the economy of the
island cannot be welcomed by anyone who
puts the interests of the Barbadian con-
sumer before the interests of the United
Kingdom, ai. ae

But while controls such as these dam-
age the economy of Barbados directly
there stems from the system of controls
many indirect evils which though known
and experienced by individuals do not re
ceive adequate attention from thosé re-
sponsible for applying controls.

Buying and selling which once was a
matter for arrangement between import-
ers and exporters now involves many
transactions which include buying of un-
used quotas to some firms, and the allo-
eation of larger quotas to some firms than
they intend to take up fully.

Controls keep the big firms large and
make it impossible for the young energetic
and competent businessmen to develop
their energies and bring down prices
through competition. Importers will not
even try to get lower rates ‘from export-
ers because any profits accruing to them

as a result are earmarked for-the Comp-

trollers Adjustment account. Controls,
quotas, currency restrictions these three
are eating into the fibre of Barbadian initi-
ative and enierprise and have brought its
trade and commerce under control ofa
department of government, thereby add-
ing to the general cost of living.

The consumer of Barbados who is sup-
posed to benefit from subsidies and con-
trols is in fact not only paying through
customs duties and similar taxation .the
cost of the control department and the cost
of subsidies, but is in addition having to
pay more for imports than he would if
controls were abolished,

This is the point that has to be under-
stood. When it is, there can-be no doubt
that the whole system of controls and sub-
sidies will be swept away by pressure of
public opinion.

The sooner the better.






























































attributable to the fact that.

1947...
- In 1948 and ever ‘since ”
orts ae ret Tae “ bgrhile
mports from the Um ‘ingdom wl
: te total import trade,

I am writing this London Let-
ter from an hotel recom in Dor-
noch, which means that we are
along way from London. As
Parliament had risen for the long
recess, it became imperative for
the Baxter family to decide
where it would go for a holiday
and the debate ranged over a
wide territory.

The natural tendency of Brit-
ishets is to get off .he island and
seck adventure on the Continent
but Mr. Butler, our Chancellor
of the Exchequer, is not in fa-
vour of that, He decided that £25
would be the limit that “any of
us could take if we crossed the
Channel a proposition which has
a strongly deterrent effect ex-
cept for those patient souls who
aie willing to travel in a coach
wth a specially -conducted tour.

My son and daughter solved
their’ problem by receiving an
invitation from a French family
in Brittany. However, it did
nuthing to solve the problem of
my ~vife and myself.

Then Madam took the situa-
tion in hand. “Let’s motor to
Scotland” i “You are

over Home Rule, or the Stone of
Destiny, or whether the Queen
shall be called Elizabeth the
F \st er Second—Why not go and
sec the Scots in their own setting?
At.er all, your father’s people
come from Stirling, and my
Mother was descénded from the
MacBeths and the MaclIntoshes ”

We were still arguing the mat-
ver when I ran into Sir David
Robertson, who is the Tory M.P.
for Caithness, and told him of
cir dilemma, Now, that was a
mistake. Sir David is the irre-
ssiibie. force which refuses to
recognise even the existence of
the immovable mass.

“You will come to Dornoch,’
te said. “Leave everything to
me”. Hour by hour, day by day,
we received running instructions
from him on the telephone. Road
maps arrived with everything
underlined, outlined and over-
ined. A double room would be
waiting for us at such and such
an hotel in Boroughabridge on
the first night of our journey.
Similar accommodation would be
r-served at Gleneagles for the
second night. At 7 p.m, he would
meet us at the Dornoch Hotel,
where he and his wife were
“laying. All we had to do was to
get the car out of our garage and
s.art from Lond to the North.

By that time I was of no more
mportance tan, an innocent
spectator in a gangster raid. All
authority had passed from my
,ands to this Celtic combination
AB ‘and my wife. I did,
“owever, venture to raise one
oint of possible disagreement by
vinting out to Mrs Baxter that
f ‘all forms of transportation,
veyond a short distance motor-
ig is the mést disagreeable.

“At Top of Scotland”

A ship is a travelling luxury
otel, an aeroplane is duli but
.aunlates distance, ai train
voids towns and carries you

miortably through the rolling

Junuryside. “Why not take an
_vernight sleeper’? I asked. “We
sould be in Dornoch before
anen, And anyway what do you
aow about Dornoch? In all
tese years we have been mar-
ed I have never known you to
spress any longing for Dornoch.
) fact, I do not believe that
sere is such a place.”

“I's right at the top of Scot-
.ana”, said my wife, as if that
settled the matter, If it had been
.t the bottom of Scotland, or in
1e middle, or on either side,
he would no doubt have been
villing to discuss the matter, But
s it was right at the top, there
as nothing more to be said,
So, on Wednesday morning,
weit car was backed out of the
im ge, gorged with petrol and
urrying enough suitcases to last
.$ tor six months, I have never
mnderstood the mystery: of
women's clothes. When worn,
they appear to weigh a few
sunces, but when . packed for
travel they take up as much
room-aS a grand piano and weigh
rather more,

However, there is an “indoubt-
cd exhilaration about ‘taking to
he open road, It brings back the
days of the Stage Coach, when
travellers put in at a wayside
in fer a merry meal served by

beaming host with pretty
maids fluttering about, and good
»srown a’e to wash it down, “This

» fun”, T said, “or at least “vt
will be, when we are out of Lon-
don and get on the Great North
Road”

The Great North Road

The Great Nortn Road! There
is magic in the words. The
Romans marched on it when they
went om their conquering civil-
isation mission, I always won-
dem-why they stopped” at the
s of Yorkshire and went
no ‘further, but now ] under-
stand. In the far off years, the
Eclish built their own roads
on the assumption that it was
for one way traffic only. It never
re'med to occur to. them that
scmebody might want to return,



\ot Among The Squeezed

To the Editu’, The Advocate—
StR,—The fact that “Christian”
ob eects to what I wrote about the
Midale Class convinces me that he
is not among the SQUEEZED. How
can he know what some of us are
suffering?

Having managed to escape the
rac’:, by whatever means Christian

‘-ay. to his unfortunate brother:

“Stay where you are, brother,
don’t wriggle, don’t raise a hand
to help yourself, that’s where God
wants you to be, shut your eye
ticht and all will be well.” What
an ‘ostrich! This is what he calls
LOVE,

Forty years ago Christian gave
me that same advice. It was a
good thing I did not heed it. Com-

ing from a land of broad acres
and wide views, I in my feeble
j\way entered a solemn _ frotest
fegainst the dark South African
{methods then obtaining in this
sugar cane Paradise, You,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By Heverley Baxter

or that-a horse and cart might
even intend to travel south.

I have a car which’ can do 90
miles an hour on a good road if
no-one is looking. ‘It would be
fun to open the throttle and let
her rip. But I had not allowed
for what we call lorries and which
North Americans call trucks. On
the morning of our departure it
seemed that every lorry in Eng-
land had decided to go North
Time after time we would poke
the nose of our car out, with the
absurd idea of passing them, but
all we did was to gain a hundred
yards or so and then settle down
behind some more lorries. Final-
ly we got behind one that was
slightly larger than a house and
stayed there until we knocked off
at Stamford for lunch. We had
travelled 87 miles in four hours
on the open road, which was
slightly better than in the old
coaching days, which shows that
we are progressing,

It was a pleasant inn, with

an old Cemetery opposite in a

lovely churchyard, and we

were served with that English
speciality—tired chicken I don’t
know what makes chickens so
tired in England. They look and
taste like rather tender wood.

But the cheese was good, which

is no wonder, ‘because we had

just passed through the ancient
town of Stilton.

That night, having shaken off
the lorries, we made good time
and put up at a lovely country
hotel where we had a very mixed
grill for dinner. How so many in-
gredients of such opposing char-
acter could all taste exactly alike
is a secret known only to English
cooks, “You will find the cook-
ing very much better in Scot-
land” said my wife. “They under-
stand food better north of the
Border.”

In bed that night I read Oscar
Wilde’s “De Profundis” but even
it seemed to have lost its flavour

Now, let us put away our
grumblings and admit that motor-
ing across the Yorkshire Moors,
as we did next day, is something
to stir the jaded pulse and in-
vigorate the most sluggish im~
agination. England is such a little
country and yet it can create a
sense of vast loneliness greater
than the desert or the Alps. —

For miles on end the only in-
habitants to be seen were the
sheep grazing on the moors,’ Here
and there we would come upon
a shepherd's hut, but we never
saw the shepherd. This was the
setting that drew forth the
sombre genius of the Brontes.
The great grim sloping mills,
with their halos of mist, made us
feel that in our car we had in-
vaded. nature’s forbidden temple
and that at any moment the Storm
Gods would turn in fury upon us.

But the Scottish border was not
far ahead, and there was magic
in the though, One may dispure
with the Scots, in fact it is im-
possible to do anything else, but
there is magic in the very word
“Scotland.”

Is there any country whose sons
have been rewarded so little at
home and have given so much to
the outside world? One does not
expect gratitude from Russia, yet
even the Bolsheviks might re-
member that Scots soldiers fought
for Ivan the Terrible in the 16th
Century and helped him to put
down traitors at home and ene-
mies abroad, There ‘were four
Scots at the Court of Peter the
Great who did so much to civilise
the Muscovites that one of them
was called “Father of Russian
Science”; and another, named
Bruce, had a street named after
him in Moscow,

But I anticipate, We are still
in Yorkshire, although the lorries
have long since disappeared and
the car is doing a consistent 50
miles an hour as we make for tha
Border. We pass Carlyle’s birth-
place which is, of course, ridicu-
lous. Why not stop and have a
look at the house that ushered into
the world that cantankerous
genius who broadened the hori-
zon of the human mind. That,
however, is the curse of motor-
ing, you surrender your soul to
the internal combustion engine
and become a slave of speed.
What is the hurry? Scotland
can wait, So - Sir David
Robertson. Yet we hurl ourselves
past Carlyle, having seen no
more than a sign telling us that
he was born there, i

Gretna Green

+ The same thing happened at the
Scottish Border, Here was
Gretna Green, that wayside shrine
dedicated to runaway marriages.
There was a neat sign ona white
shed, marked ‘Marriage parlour’
or words to that effect. But did
we pause? As a good journalist
I should have got out and married
my wife again, despite the fact
that we might not look like run-
away lovers. Instead, we went
past at forty miles an hour as
if we had a rendezvous with the
clans,

That night we put up at the
luxurious Gleneagles Hotel which
is owned by the Nationalised
British Railways, It has two
golf courses and in the courtyard
there is a fountain that splashes
day and night so that if it is not
raining it sounds as if it is.

There are no tired chickens at
Gleneagles and not even the sug-





Christian, tried to deter me, but
I could not see — I am colour
blind — why human beings like
myself should be treated worse
than cattle, why.they should be
deprived of that which was theirs
by right.

I am glad to see the revolution
that has taken place in the men-
tality of the plantocracy of this
island. I am glad to see the grand
change that has occurred in the
lot of the agricultural labourer of
this country. I am not yet satis-
fied. What I’ want to see now is
proper guidance being given to
him. It hurts my beart to see him
being made a tool, Where will it
all end?

Just as I fought for the down-
trodden agricultural labourer forty
years ago I am going to fight in
my feeble. way for the down-
trodden of to-day — the Middle
Class. And none shall say me NAY!

Cc. &. ROCK,
“Rockcrest”, Oistin Hil!

gestion of a mixed grill. The
Chef is a poet, an artist, a|
creamer. The waiters are cour-

tiers at the Palace of Sans Souci.

It is a brave man who dines there |

without changing into a dinner
jacket, and the wines are the
perfect progeny of the sun and
he grape.

“Will it Rain ?”

Only one shadow darkens the
prightness of this paradise.
Gleneagles is sét between two
ranges of hills and when the
clouds hang low there is rain, It
is the one topic of conversation
among the golfers. The last word
spoken at night is “Will it rain
tomorrow”? The only answer is the
splashing fountain in the court-
yard.
It was drizzling when we left
next morning but heavy clouds
were converging. However, we
shook them off and soon we had
entered the land of magic — the
Highlands of Scotland. Is there in
all the world such a feast of col-
our?—gold and green and purple
until the senses are ravished by
their beauty! Mountain streams
rush on their way, white billow-
ing clouds flirt with the noon
day sun; black-faced sheep nibble
the grass with complete disdain
for the passing car, the lonely
_ snuggles against the hill-
side.

Bloody battles have Been fought
in the Highlands. We passed Cul-
loden field where cruel Cumber-
land stained the nume of England.
We passed Bannockburn which
Still spreads its magic upon man-
kind. But there is no magic in the
villages which are hard, unlovely
things.

You see no flowers in the win-
dows or roses round the door. Not
only is life hard in the Highlands
but I suspect that the Scot is proud
of it and will not dissemble. There
is hardly a cottage in the Austrian
Alps that is not lustered with
flowers, but the Highland Scoi
lives in granite and takes on its
unyielding character.

Yet they are proudly courteous
to the stranger and their voices
are richly musical. The girls are
drably dressed but are not un-
tidy and their faces, innocent of
make-up, have a comely beauty
that is pleasant. to see. That old
devel—rain—is no mean beauty
Specialist. the skin of a Highland
lassie would make the young
women of New York or Paris look
like painted ghosts,

Even as you gaze upon the
seene, you realise the human
tragedy of the Highlands For
generation after generation, the
young men, seeking a larger
life, have gone away across the
Seas. They have become hus-
bands and fathers in every
country in the world while the
girls they would have married
work in the mills and dream
of the children they will never
have,

In the long wars @gainst En-
gland the Scots died in their
thousands and tens of thousands.
In the wars against Napoleon, the
Kaiser and Hitler. they sent the
flower of their manhood to be
cut down by the cruel -scythe of
battle.

There are old people, there are
young women and there are chil-
dren. in the Highlands, but the
young men are few.

' Dornoch

Dornoch is a heavenly spot set
by the blue waters of the Dornoch
Firth, with gentle waves laving
the sandy shore. Between the
water and the hotel is a_ golf
course which touches perfection
and humbles the vanity of man.

David Robertson has us out on
the links at nine in the morning
and rushes us off in his car in
the afternoon to see a roaring
cataract of water with salmon
leaping in the air determined to
thwart the anger of the falls. Or
he will take us to the Highland
Games or the big sheep sale, At
night he wears the kilt and leaps
into the air with barbaric cries
as he dances the reels,

We are sp far north that it is
almost the land of the midnight
sun. Daylight lasts until nearly
eleven o'clock at night when
England is in darkness at eight.
The clouds are as white and full
as if Constable had painted them
but forgot to take them away.

he rere dmuguaes to church
an ard a do sermon. b;
the Minister. Today on the ot
course, still clad in clerical garb,
he cured my wife’s slice and is
going to partner her in Saturday’s
two ball foursomes, Next Sunday
there will be no golf and he will
warn us again of the evil in men’s
hearts and the need to live a clean
end upright life.

Well, that is all I have to tell
you. There is no political signi-
ficance in my tale, neither is there
a moral. But when Autumn comes
to London and the grey sodden
skies rest almost upon the roofs
of the houses, my mind will return
to the Highlands with its yellow
gorse and purple heather, and I
will hear again the enchantment

of the voice with its
musie a’ 2 argumen-
tativenesst = °

And in my mind’s eye I shall
see the granite villages, with their
memories, their grim courage, and
their solitude set in the hills.

-

Mistaken Idea
To the Editor, the Advocate,

» — Having read i
‘Sunday Advocate’
ago, under the heading “Harold
Webster, Pioneer of Weight
Lifting,” by Edwin Rogers, I feel
it - my duty to point out a few
details to Mr. Rogers,

As I am a Physical Culturist
how does Mr, Rogers get the
idea that Mr, Webster is,
Pioneer of Weight Lifting when
long before Mr. Webster’s time
there have been some very dis-
tinguished personatities in the
Lifting game, ag N. Ovid (Bison)
Albert Hunte. George Solomon,
(who I understand taught Mr.
Webster all he knows) Gold
Bede, and several others who
have done a lot to? Weight
Lifting on the Map of rbados.
With all due respect to Mr.
Webster, he certainly has done a
lot for HIS CLUB, but T cannot
see why he should get all the
credit, when surely, he does not
deserve it,

Hoping, Mr. Rogers, that you
see this point.

PHYSICAL CULTURIST,

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By R. E. SMYTHIES

THIS article is prompted by the desire to
ccrrect so far as possible, the mistaken idea
expressed in a letter published in- the Advo-
mate of August 27th, over the signature ‘Mrs.
American.’ As a Canadian who has lived in
Barbados for the past six years, I am under
the impression that Americans in general are
deservedly popular here, and I have certain-
ly never noticed any indication whatever to
the contrary, in the local Press or elsewhere,
and bias against them is noticeably absent.

Tne bit about Teenagers was not an ex-
pression of editorial opinion at all, but rather
a syndicated column from the pen of an in.

dividual journalist in-England, which was
presumably thought to be of sufficient topical
interest to warrant printing in the Advocate.
I will admit 1 read it myself with some amuse-
ment.

ee read the Advocate every day it has
been.published since I have been here, I
have come to have a considerable respect for
the editorial policy consistendy pursued, of
keeping. its columns open to all shades of
opinion on controversial subjects, barring
only matter that might be subversive, or
offensive to the readers of a respectable
family journal,

One thing the — of any country are
surely entitled to have their own ideas about,
should be the best methods of bringing up
their own children, and on this subject the
ideas of American and British people have
certain differences, mainly in the discipline
expected and the freedom of self-expression
allowed them before they become self-sup-
porting and therefore independent.

It is not my purpose here to argue that one
system is better than the other, though I
have had unusual opportunity to observe
both at work, and the results thereof as
demonstrated in the behaviour of the adult
citizen under all manner of circumstances, in
both peace and war.

FREEDOM OF PRESS

The essential point is that both Americans
and British regard complete freedom of the
press as fundamental to their way of life,
»berty and happiness. And that means free-
dom to comment critically on things of which
we disapprove, though it is of.course best to
avvid being unnecessarily offensive to others
when we :riticise.

In the past forty years I have been in the

United States frequently, sometimes for
menths at a_ stretch, and have read more
articles than I like to think about that were
violently anti-British in tone. I refer par-
ticularly to the sort of vitriolic propaganda
published in papers owned by such magnates
of the press as the late William Randolph
Hearst, or Colonel McCormick of Chicago.
_ No reasonable person objects to fair critic-
ism, courteously expressed, but I believe it
can be accurately said that all British people
and many Americans have wondered at times
what covld be the real motive behind the
lite-long efforts of these two men to promote
bad feeling between their own country and
Great Britain.

In biographical bits about Colonel Mc-

Cormick I have read that he went to school

at Eton, and I sometimes wonder if his ex-

periences there had the effect of imbuing him
with his strong anti-British bias. T

not been calculated to prepare him for them.
In plain words he might

be a mistake of well-meaning parents to send

a boy to such a school without suitable

preparation beforehand,

I count Americans amony some of my best
and oldest friends, and at times in the past
have discussed with them the quostion of
bringing up children. I know some of them
have been concerned about the possible re-
sults to their own youngsters, of following
the popular craze for crowding the maximum
amount of pleasure, and ‘hating. a gdod time’
into the years of adolescence. It is apparent-
ly based on the mistaken notion that after
adolescence life will be grim and bleak. and
old age will come soon and be miserable.

_ All parents are up against the fact that it
is not practicable for them to set a standard
of discipline and deportment for their own
children, that differs very much from that
set by the parents of the youngsters with
—— their own associate in school or at
play,

BOARDING SCHOOLS

â„¢ Britain the great majority of parents
who can afford it send their boys and girls to
boarding schools, One advantage of the
system is that all are treated alike and ex-
pected to conform to the standards of the
school, and no nonsense about it. Some of
my American friends have at first been op
posed to the idea of turning their youngsters
over to a boarding school, but after trying to
cope with the problems themselves for a time,
have decided to give it a trial with happy
results.

In matters like this, Canada is usually
somewhere between the two countries and
that applies I think to educating the young.
By that I mean that Canadian youngsters
have rather more freedom and less discipline
at an early age than their British counter-
parts, and somewhat less freedom and more
discipline than Americans, ABN

It seems worthy of note that the quip about
the big brown eyes and tiny mind, came from
the pen of an American writer who enjoys
a considerable popularity on both sides of the
Atlantic. Mentally immature adolescents

. may be found in any country of course, and

in these times the main difference between
the American and his or her British counter-
part is probably that the latter is kept. at
bome by currency restrictions. It is also
true that. at any time the British youth does
not have so niuch pocket money, or the
unrestricted use of the family automobiles,
and is therefore less devastating if only by
reason of having far less scope. :

I sincerely hope that ‘Mrs. American’ will
rest assured that the article to which she takes
exception should not be taken too seriously,
but rather as just a piece of good clean
journalistic fun. We all believe in freedom
of spéech and the press and so on, and it must
work both ways if it is to work at all.









I he boys
schools of which Eton is the largest and best
known have a tendency to keep up old cus-
toms and traditions, some of which might
well seem extremely odd to an American
youngster, especially if his earlier life had

I \ ave a very tough
time there until ‘he adapted himself, which
some might not manage to do at all. It could

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_TURSD AY, SEPTEMBER

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IT-i& UNDERSTOOD that Dr. J. P. O'Mahoney,

Director of Medical Service

s, will leave Barbados during

the week for a ten day ‘isit to Trinidad and during his
absence Dr. F. N. Granaum, Medical Officer of Health,

will act as Director.
Dr. O’Mahoney, ame -

hand the progress of th» 2”

* ‘ey things, will see at first
.«#, Vaccine campaign as con-

ducted in Trinidad. He might also visit the new hospital
yecently erected in San Fernando,

he post of Physician at
General Hospital has been filled
for the first time by the recent
@ppointment of Dr. D. B. Irwin
who has been selected by’ the
Colonial Office and will be arriv-
ing in Barbados later in the year.
This appointment Should do
much to remove many of tne
criticisms against the Hospital.
At the time of the change
over, when the Hospital became
a government department it was
decided that the post.of physician
should be held along with that
of surgeon, The post was never
filed and in recent times the
Director of ‘Medical Services
recommended that this should be
a separate and specialist office.
= * *

The SS. Sunavis arrived in
Carlisle Bay on Saturday and has
been taking a cargo of 1,100 tons,
of sugar for Montreal.

Of this amount General Trad-
ers are shipping 275 tons while
other shippers are Plantations
Ltd. 200, Manning & Co., Ltd. 175
Musson Son & Co., Ltd. 200; Da-
Costa & Co., Ltd, 200 and Jones
& Swan 50 tons.

The remaining quantity
shipment to comp
export crop ("i
Canada and“!

‘dom.

for

the season’s
7,.M0. tons to
0 ta:the United

CHANGES; CREW
The Harrigpn SCREW
arrived over the wibek“end g and
yesterday, _changedy, hes ¢rew.
During the day, the office of the
Harbour | arid “Shipping. Master
was busy with the selection of
seamen, Twenty-six of the old
number were re-employed and
three new ones were signed on.
The Merchant which brought a
general cargo is expected to leave
for Trinidad on Wednesday,

at? >
ON; po¢k
The Venezuéian { Otor Vessel
Gloria Maria 388 tons consigned
to Messrs, R. M. Jones & Co., has
been on dock for six weeks
undergoing general repaifs and
overhaul by Messrs, Central
Foundry Limited. She came off
on Saturday.
The Gloria Maria expects to
return to Venezuela on Thursday.

DISORDERLY

Trafalgar Square is becoming a
place of disorder once again and
this is because of the relaxation
of the Police.

The taxi drivers are
leaving their vehicles
angles and outside the regular
parking lot’ One car lines up
behind the others until one in the
line gets a “call” and then he
drives into the stand..During the
day they are found washing cars
in the Square and the wash water
running over the street and down
to the Wharf edge, It is unsightly
and disorderly,

Pedestrians too are not keeping
to the “Please Cross Lanes”. Two
of these lanes lead from the foot-
path near the Buildings and from
the Cenotaph. People are begin-
ning to wander over the Square
again and motorists travelling on
the straight drive towards Con-
stitution have to be extremely
eareful not to collide with them.

Motorists themselves are not
keeping to the two lines of
traffic from the centre of the
Square to the junction at Bridge
Street and Constitution. If one is
travelling up to Constitution it
should be easy to keep on the left
and if it is intended to turn into
Bridge Street then it should be
easy to keep to the right, The
dodging of cars from one line to
the other puts pedestrians: at a
disadvantage. ‘+

NEW CARLTON CLUB

The opening of the new Carlton
Club is scheduled.to take place
on Monday 22nd when the mem-
bers of the Club will be Hosts to
their frieids,.and well wishers.

The Clb first started by
the Hu ’ Bre who
acquired ohe’ portion alletts
and started on a intl scale,
Later they bought more of the
land and then_ built a Pavilion,
which is r “te be second
only to Kensington The buildirg
was supervised,.by. Mr. Reynole
Hutchinson with»Mr. Blades co.
Messrs. D.-M> Simpson in the
background.

The founding of the Club is-an
acnievement for the members of
Carlton... ap: ‘theiy many friends
will join” wishing them all
success, .

FIREWOOD ARRIVES

With the scarcity of rice in this
island during the lest few weeks
people have been compelled to
resort to prevalent use of ground

again
at all

provi‘ions. These to be properly
So



HARRISON'S







the



&

Dr. J. P. O’MAHONEY
cooked take a greater amount of

fuel and the result is that this
too has been in short supply.

Fortunately the Schooner
Anita’ H. arrived over the week-
end from British Guiana bring-
ing a cargo of charcoal and fire
wood,

Yesterday the upper wharf was
busy with shopkeepers and retail-
ers getting their supplies ex-
cargo.

RACE HORSES

Two race horses arrived over
the week-end by the Harrison
liner Merchant from England,

One is a_ three-year-old bay
fily “Fluffy Ruggles” for Mr.
J. R. Edwards and the other is a
two-year bay filly “Ardena” for
Dr. A. L, Goddard. . _

The doctor now joins the ranks
of racing owners with his broth-
ers Jchn and Joe Goddard,

EXCURSIONISTS,

The heat has driven’ even
people who were sedate enough
to eschew entertainment on Sun-
day to look for some cool spot
outside the city, and on Sunday
there was a goodly number of
excursionists at the Crane Beach
from early until late in the
evening.

They carried refreshments and
some enjoyed seabathing and lay-
ing off in the shade of the trees.

It is regrettable that many
people however take the oppor-
tunity to earry receptacles and
remove sand in vehicles. This
will allow the sea to encroach
still further and later spoil the
beach. Some of the grape trees
are now stunted because of hav-
ing their roots exposed through
the removal of this quantity of
sand,

FEDERATION DEBATE

The House of Assembly is
scheduled to meet today and in
keeping with the warning issued
by Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of
the’ Government a few meetings
ago, it is expected that the
greater portion of the day’s ses-
sion will be spent on the discus-
sion of Federation.

Many of the other colonies
have already declared themselves
for or against Federation and
whilst in Barbados the Report
has been accepted for discussion
this will be the full dress debate

which leaders in many of the
other colonies were expecting to
see staged in the Barbados
Legislature.



Oddfellows Return
Honie Tomorrow

Members of the Household of
Ruth Lodge, G.U.0.0.F. who
arrived from Trinidad on their
annual visit to the ranch lodge
here will return home tomorrow
morning.

During their short stay in the
calony, they took part in a pro-
cession with the local branch from
the Livesey Comet Lodge Room,
Bay Street to the St. Mary's
Church where they attended Di-
vine Service on Sunday morn-
ing.

ST. MARY'S PATRONAL
FESTIVAL NEXT WEEK

The St. Mary’s Choir under their
leader Mr. Bentley Callender will
render the Anthem THE LORD
IS MY LIGHT AND MY SAL-

VATION composed by Sgt, Archer
of the Barbados Police Band, on
Sunday night, the eve of the
Patronal Festival of that Church.

The Festival will continue until
the following Sunday. The Revd.
Layne, Vicar of St. Silas and St.
Albans, will deliver the opening
sermon,



BRIDGE SWUNG:
PLANK REPAIRED

The Chamberlain Bridge
was closed to traffic yester-
day afternoon for just over
an hour. A plank was dis-

covered split and while the
bridge was swung workmen
on-the-spot
repairs.

earried out
emergency



500 Tons Of
Pickled Pork
Expected

A shipment of 500 tons of pic-
kled pork is expected to arrive
in Barbados between October and
December.

Anyone desirous of obtaining
ficences for the importation of
the whole or part of the amount
should make application to the
Office cf the Controller of Sup-
plies not later than 10 a.m. on
Tuesday, September 9 showing
the following:

Quantity of neck bones, heads,
short ribs, spare ribs, riblets,
lips, finns, tails, snouts, head-
skins, butts, scalps, and fat back,
for which firm offers have been
received: Net C.LF. price per
barrel of 200 pounds and _ per
tierce of 350 pounds, exclusive
of commission and source of sup-
ply.

Every shipment of any quan-
tity of pickled meat imported
from Canada must be accompan-
ied by a certificate issued by a
Veterinary Inspectory, Health and
Animal Division, Department of
Agriculture, Canada, stating that
the same meat has. not originated
from or been packed within a
radius of 100 miles of a foot and
mouth disease infected area.

Importers should only tender
when their principals can defin-
itely execute orders placed, and
ship during the time specified,

Tenders must be submitted in
sealed envelopes and marked:
“Tender for Pickled Pork.”

Yesterday was tihe last day on
which the office of the Control-
ler of Supplies gave considera-
tion to the issuing of licences for
the importation of 500 long tons
of pollard for immediate ship-
ment,

Exports and Imports Order

Another notice published at the
Office of the Controller of Sup-
plies states that the Governor,
in exercise of the powers confer-
red on him by Section 3 (2) of
the Exports and Imports (Re-
striction) Act, 1939, made the
following order:

The order may be cited as the
Exports and Imports (Import
Licences) Order, 1952.

Any person may import from
any country dried, smoked, pic-
kled or salted fish, onions and
potatoes.

The order shall have _ effect
subject to the following provi-
sions: —

(a) The order shall operate
only in respect of the type of
goods specified in Article 2 of
this order, which are wholly
produced in countries from which
exports take place.

The certificate or origin of all
imports of such goods shall be
produced by the importer or
consignee.

The approval of the Financial
Secretary must be obtained prior
to the importation of any such
goods where payment for such
goods is to be made to the country
other thah the country of origin
of the goods.

This Order was made by the
Governor on July 24, 1952.

Houses Replaced
In Flood Aireas

Since the 1949 heavy rains
which caused many of the houses
of the Delamere and Halls Road
areas to be washed away and
destroyed, people have been
steadily replacing houses about
this flood area. The land is pri-
vately owned land, and as house
spots are in great demand, people
are sometimes forced to remove
their ‘houses to such areas,

Over the week-end, a boarded
and shingled house has been
moved to this area, and has been
placed at the junction of Halls
Road and Tweedside Road. A shop
was washed away from this same
spot during the rain in 1949.

Meanwhile, the Housing Board
are getting many applications for
house spots from people whose
landlords have given them notice
to quit. The Board are removing
quite a number of houses especi~
ally from congested areas, —_
allowing house spots to peo
but the number which apply
house-spots is great,







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ADVOCATE

WILL VISIT TRINIDAD

626 Transactions At
Govt. Bank Yesterday

SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX persons were
dealt with at the Government .Savings Bank yesterday.

This was not a record number

learnt. During the

however, the Adwacate

months of April and May when the

crop season is in full swing, as high as 860 persons are

deait with on Monduys,

£5 Damage

Awarded

Gweneth Griffith of Connell
Town, »St. Lucy, was yesterday
allowed £5 damages against Sam-
uel Rock of the game district by
Their Honours, the Judges of the

S

Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J, H.
Hanschell. In giving judgment

for £5, Their Honours confirmed
a decision of Mr. J. R. Edwards,
Petty Debt Judge of District “A”.
GuWffith had claimed £10 and
appealed against the Petty Debt
Judge’s decision.

Rock beat her with a stick and
bit her on one of her fingers. As
a result, she had to seek medical

aid, was treated at the General
Hospital; and detained at the
almshouse for ten weeks. Her

finger had to be lanced.

She works as a domestic
vant for $3.50 a week and
unable to work during her
tention at the almshouse
had to pay $5.00 for medical
tention,

_——_

ser-
was
de-
She
ate

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ACANTHUS:

“Some of them trades
union chaps won't realise
that you can't get more
out of a machine than is
nut into it!”

Judgment Given
For Greaves In
Cow Dispute

Their Honours the Judges of
the Assistant Court. of aepen,
Mr. H,. A. Vaughan and Mr. A, J
H. Hanschell, yesterday oor
with a decision of Mr, J, R, Ed-
wards, Petty Debt Jidge of Dis-
trict “E", who gave judgment for
Joseph Greaves of Rock Hall, St.

Thomas, against Pomeroy Cum-
mins of the same district, for
£2 15s,

Cummins’ cow broke away on

May 2 and damaggd 26 holes of
eanes valued $6.24, the property
of Greaves. Greaves claimed thi:
and costs.

Cummins said that the cow did
go into the land, but that at the
time Greaves did not jtell him
that it had damaged arly canes
He had paid him 2s. for the tres
pass.

Greaves said that Cummins
was in too great a rage at the
time for him, to point out the

damage the cow had done,



LIBERTY HOME
.. FURNISHINGS

(Peacock and Chinese Lady





The introduction af the three
National Counter Posting ma-
chines has greatly improved the
efficiency of the department, and
e-rtainly the public are served
more quickly.

For e¢xample, before the new
system was introduced: one clerk
first dealt with withdrawals and
deposits and then the pass-hook
had to be passed to another clerk
fcr posting in the Ledger. This
meant two transactions while the
Custcmer waited.

With the new system the clerk
who works the machine simply

the pass-book with a
card wd the machine
ma kes a simple entry,

The
the afternoon there'is a care-
fuli check and audit carried out

customer leaves but later

iv

after “closing hours that is fool-
preof. The machine is so-accurate
that it records corrections which
can only be made on the authority



of the accountant who. also ,
initials the correction,
| PAYNES BAY FISH

MARKET COMPLETED

Construction of the fish
market at Paynes Bay has
been completed and will

soon be ready for use by the
public, The market which is
situated on the left side of
the road opposite the Method-
ist Church, was erected by the
Vestry of that parish.





8 Sales Clinched
In Provost
Marshal's Office

Right sales were effected in the
Provost Marshal’s Office so fai
this year, a check with that
Office disclosed yesterday. The
highest sum paid at one such
sale was $5,000 for 2 roods, 4 1/10
perches of land with dwelling
house at Brittons Hill’ sold to
Hutchinson & Banfield as agent
for T, F. King,

The sales were
perches of land at Charnocks,
Christ Church for which G. H.
Clarke of Thornbury Hill, Christ
Church paid $65.00; 710 square
feet of land at Diamond Rock, St,
Peter, sold to the Parochial
Treasurer of St. Peter; 2 roods at
Thornbury Hill, sold to Mr. C, E.
Talma as agent for Joseph King
for $480.00; 5,280 square feet of
land with Dwelling house
attached at Goodland, St. Michael,
sold to R. J. Griffith of the same
District for $1,812; 2 roods 41/10}
perches with dwelling house at|
Brittons Hill, sold for $5,000 to |
Messrs, Hutchinson & Banfield,
Solicitors, agents for T, F. King; |
10 perches of land at the Farm, |
St. Peter, sold to Hutehinson & |
Banfield as agents for Charles E.
Edghill for $80.00; 3,970 square}
feet of land at Westbury Road,
sold to William E. Straughan for |
$170.00; and 3 roods, 27 perches |
at Sherbourne, St John, sold to}
Frank Forde of Wilson Hill in
the said parish for $3,585.00, The |
oppraised value for this land was
$4,200,

2 roods, 26.5





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10, 11,

Black burne To
Visil Virgin
Islands

ANTIGUA, August 28. |
His Excellency the Governor and |

Lady Blackburne, accompanied by!
his A.D.C., will be paying a visit}
to the British Virgin Islands from
the Sth to the l4th of September. |
On the 15th Septemb His |
Excellency will fly froin the Vir- |
gin Islands to Washingtor in|
response to an invitation to hold
disgussions with the State De- |
partment im regard to Vit in}
Islands problems

Lady Blackburne = and yong
A.D.C. will return to Antigua on
the i5th September, and His

Excellency
September

7 Ships Arrive
Over Week-end

ree schooner nad four steam
hi i in the harbour over
the week-end. The schooners are

will return on the 2lst

S arrive

the “Augustus B. Compton’? under
A. Compton as Master; the “At
Last” from St, Lucia, under C,
Ollivere as Master, and the BE. M.
Tannis,” under 1 Tannis, as
Master.

“Their cargoes consisted of 1,500
drums of colas, 10 drums of gas-

olene, 760 bags of copra and 30
ags of cocoanuts, The “Augustus
B. Compton” and the “E. M. Tan-
nis” arrived from Trinidad, while}
the “At Last” arrived from St.
Lucia. These vessels are all con-|}
signed to the Schooner Owners
Association. |
The steamships which arrived
were the “Alcoa Puritan” from)
Trinidad, the SS. “Tiba” from
Trinidad, the SS “Merchant”
from Londan, the S.S, “Suni avis’, |F

also from Trinidad.
and the “Merchant”
to Da Costa & Co,, Ltd., while the
“Sunavis” and the “Puritan” are}
consigned to Plantations Ltd., and
Robert Thom Ltd., respectively.

OUR READERS SAY

The “Ti

are consigne d







Cassivelaunus

fo the Editor, the
SIR,--I beg to
Gallic Chieftain,
1 hope they
‘Advocate’

Advocate \
apologise to the
Vercingetorix
get daily copies of the
in hell; or perhaps I
should say heaven for making
him King of the Britons in the
fifth instalment of the Sunday out-
tage “This West Indian Culture”
eaccually, it was Cassivelaunu,
who was the most prominent chief
in Britain when Caesar invaded
that island

A. 8S. HOPKINSON



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THANKS

—<$<— $$

KING—We the undersigned would like

to thank all those who so kindly sent

us Cards, Wreaths, Flowers, or sym-

4 pathise with.us in the loss of Pauline
' King.

levin King (M@iusband), Betty, Walter, and

Jeffrey, (childrén), Miss Ida Wilkie and

Family. ' 2.9.52—1n

IN MEMORIAM

; ARCHER—In lovirz memory of our dpar
Dads, Edward who has passed to the
great beyond on the 7th of September
1951.

| May he rest in peace

. Ever to be remembered by _ Winston,
Daphnty, Edaline (children), Darlington
(brother), Theodore (niece), Bermuda
: papers please copy), 2.9.51—1n
:











COX-—Sacred to the memory of ¢
beloved mother Rebbeca Cox who d
parted this life on 2nd September, 1949

Gane but noi forgotten

Ever to be embered by Joseph Cr

‘husban “Hubert, Cyril, Laurenc:,

Rupert dsons). Erdmuth, Gwendol)

(daughters), fifteen grands, four grevt

om 2.9.52—i1n





ee

CLEMENT--In Memory of our belove.
mother Mrs. Adriana Clement wl
died in Panama on Sept. Ist, 1952













5 Porters, St. James, or Dial 0119 i ; i
“Life was desired but Jesus knew ; 1952 at 2 p.m. The draw is as follows: M. Wood mme ne
Eternal rest was best for you 90.8.52—8n| inspection by appointment. Dial 2850.|}ys E, Daniel; B. Chandler vs. A. : 4 4 % reial devel; nt of Brit
Not gone from memory nor from love , YEARWOOD & BOYCE Jamaica has no ‘traditioi ¢ cin and particularly Bristol, dealt
Oe eee atic ssn anoen HOULTRY—Importee Brown Leghorns, BOYCE s. | Walcott; J, Clarke vs M. Atkins jp dust ; n Of similarly with British Tropical
SCnend RURN Selvin, Lichfeld, Darnisy, | 4 .Uullets 2, cockerels (4% months old) P. Smith; R. Gloummeau vs Mdustry in the manufacturing i
Cenrad, Erbin; § i. " f’:| Apply — B.D, M aa ee 27.8.52—10n }or P. ; be Th , Africa. Miss Felhoen Kraal, for-
Wilfred and Enid (Clement), (Panama!:} Jarney eon ov mrvere, Pe "1K. Barnes; J. Jones vs J, Hum= pense. e process really began merly Research Secretary in the
one Pian tate id, te Dp ni ontié aitets tc ale tet cole be phrey; R.| Howard vs J. Good- before the late war with the Research Branch of we Central
uy Greaves ba), - r i . ’ ~ - “ a .
le Greaye®'Wamaica) (brcethers and eceaeuian ape. §e pee fe Sen See ridge; R. Williams vs. E. Bynoe coe of beer and aerated Secretariat, now of the
sister, (Theophilus Greaves (B'dos) LIVESTOCK The house cohtains five bedrooms,{and D, Howard vs M. Chandler. â„¢ ers, iscuits, cigars and dam Rgyal Institute for 1L
Nephew 2.8,52—1n dining room, breukinst room, lene, cigarettes. Then shirt - making Regions, outlined the a a.
ave 7 SE Yosead = gal y a office: > . :
* ; MULE AND CART—Apply Kenneth | Servants Seated page | stata: gt ig Shoes were later add- tion methods of the Netherlands
OR RENT 1 Strickland Greenidges, St. Lucy About 4% acres of land, Viewing by , d © the list, the fine leather Antilles and their influence on the
2.9.52—in. | appointment with Mrs. Manning (Tele- U.S. ents perm obtainable from the hides of cat- Social and economic life of those
nis phone 2355). * tle slaughtered for meat islands. Professor Van Liér, of
y ie ~fliOUSES MASCELLANEOUS wie ebete 9 “for. ot oe = Holida -With-Work duction providing Sony lis the University of Leyden, author
‘tiie . un Ss pete of ie Jang, separately. Inquiries y 2 material. e Sur os = a in :
APARTMENTS at Berwick next t»! netieaprenee Sociales OA) ED OP oS ys on Surinam, spoke on Surinam’s
Sen'View Guert House, “Dial 410. | Ashi Mee “Ohman, Terme renvonanie. | MAsers. CARRINGTON focus Basel In Puerto Rico Splendid Variety “Sf eicage int
2.9.52-1n' Ticme” Salierg, St. George ' 28.8.52—5n Ly Of: particular interest to us is]:
ios € 2.9.52—2 . PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 1 the fact that one session was

APARTMENT at Ventnor containin,:
Large Sitting (Drawing) Room, Galleries
on two sides, two large Bedrooms ench
with Running Water and all Conyeniene-
es. Dial 4109. 2.9,52—1n |

;
;
.
|
BEACH COURT—Hastings. Fully furn-j}



ished. From 15th Sept. to 15th December, |
Fhone 3448 between 4.30 and 6.00 p.m. ;
$1.8.52-—3n









BUNGALOW—To An Approved Ten-
ant. Bungsiow Modern Sea-Side, fuily
furnished Bungalow Excellent s#a-}
bathing... For further particulars: Apply }
to No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing

2.9.52—6n





BUNGALOW—On Sea, Main Road Hast
ings, very comfortably furnished, Eng-
lish bath — 2 bedrooms —_ Servants’
‘coms = Verandahs — From September

Selephoss 2949. 16.8.52--t.1..

“BASY REACH" —- Small sea-side
“i Punga Bayfield Beach, St. Peter near
% Gibbes h, Comfortably furnished,
2 bedrooms, Refrigerator, servants’ room

Gorage etc. Phone 2393 31.8.52—6n

mecca ella these
“SOMERSET”, St. Lawrence Gap—
From September. Fully furnished, 2
roooms Safe sea-bathing. Apply







|
|
: HELP Gas

aE
@ CHAUFFEUR-GARDENER for Boys’
Boarding establishment — non-resident
must have good references, Apply ‘
* person Thicket House, St. PoP i

MISCELLANEOUS __

Ce
ONE (1) uor Licence. Apply e
} d, or Dial f
Atwell, Yeates: a Oe en





‘

rn
* BUNGALOW — Furnished or
“ se eee Rent, St, Lawr Gap.
or main road, Worthing or xwell.
Dial 3356. 30.8,52—3n

LOST & FOUND





LOST ee

eee
LOST or STRAYED Wire haired Pox



dad. Ph H. Durant.
al be rewarde one 3a besn

LARGE ZIP BAG—With ciothes, jeather
Mdespatched case, writing ease and shaving
fockle, in it, May have fallen off car

oming from Bathsheba. lev ard offered

D. hy Mrs. White. 4137
finder, Telephone a 9.68—2n

OBES POSPSBVOO PII,
If not saved but seeking
Salvation, please write for

FREE BOOK

Which Makes

—

SALVATION PLAIN”

8. Roberts, Gospel
Book & Tract Service, 30
Central Ave., Bangor, N.I.

A AAAS
aa f

LI-MO-
LOTION

has bee declared

a
TOYLET LOTION
of

SPREE LIFES

QUALITY

lt deserves a place on YOUR
Dressing Table

Obtainable from: “
Messrs. NAT MAUGHN, Boy
Street,

C..CARLTON BROWNE, Boe-
buck Street.

LINTON’S DRUG STORE, High

reet.
O. Q..ALLEYNE, Bay Stree?
M. SMITH, Eagle Hall First’Aid
JORDAN'S VARIETY STOR)
ack Prock.
UDDER, Black Rock, ,
THE ST. JOSEPH DISPENSARY,
St. Joseph
4 2.9,52——dr

September Starts :

: Many
CHRISTMAS =~
FURNISHING HEARTS

You can't ve too early for These
Wardrobes, Vanities, Bedsteads 2
to S-feet, Springs, Laths, Iron
Siderails, Cradles, Beds, Framed
Mirrors, $1 up, Hatracks, Night-
chairs.

TABLES, Fixed & Extension fo:
Dining, Radio, Fancy & Kitchen
use, CABINETS for China, Bed-
room and Kitchen, Waggons.

DRAWING ROOM BEAUTY in
Morris and Caned Suites and
serarate pieces, Rockers, Morris
Spring & Spring-like Cushions
Couch

PIANOS, Gramophone $17

Records 6c up, Typewriter,
Pram,

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET DIAL 4069



























errier, white, with black head. Finder

“GOD'S WAY OF

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



a & A S S I F i E D A D S a3 Pt “eee TABLE TENAIS: Jamaica Becoming French University

TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE SEGOND ROUND Industrialised Holds Seniinar Qn





FOR SALE ALL THAT certain. Dwellinghouse CHAMPIONSHIP 4 LONDON, Aug. 20. Colonial Affairs

called “Rosedale” situate at Upper Roe- change is coming over the







buck Street. To be demolished and re- F, i

es | ove on oF before the 30th day Of E Jamaican scene. From the un- PORT-OF-.SPAIN, Sept. 1
AUTOMOTIVE Septemes iu aise, Me eataet GAMES TO-NIGHT, satisfactory background of a _ Not long ago, Bordeaux Univer-
inn - mates or Phone 3825 30.8.62—Gn purely agricultural economy, the sity, France, sored a seminar

—MOITIS Mi » = Ss. — y 7 - — - . s : = : .

ee nee Dew , Baloon "ROURE—Gub tel stores all apolies The second round of games in Island is becoming industri- on colonial affairs. This Sympo-
Door Saloon 11,000 miles. Excelient con-{Pouse at, Derrick’s Bay, St. James the Table Tennis Open Cham- @lised. . sium, as it was called, was pre-
dition, eygtt Royal Garage Ltd. Tele- hohe 3751 31.8.52—In, pionship = on — & th€ Given a fillip during World yong. | on oe a » ae
. @—4n.| “House — Bungslow Sule chop at-|2,MC-A. at 6.15 o'clock tonight. y,. ; on, Inspector {seneral of Netiona
! CAR—Hillman Minx—Excellent condi-|‘#ched 22 x 12. Situated at Brighton,| The draw is as follows: os va ceeds lied ian ae aT ae aa bag
tion owner drivers done only 15,000 miles. |Back Rees. Diab 0185 B. Murray vs V. Butler; W. consumer goods turned attention of Education in the istry for
Contact Edwin Mayhew, Gittens|_ 2.9.52... ]Simmonds vs A, Howard, D. Ar- t°. the possibility of producing Overseas France. Among _ the





eeey te Che Ltd, Palmetto St. (Phone (i) 1 ACRE land situated at Rockiey|Cher vs R. Cadogan or R. Leslie; things like shoes and furniture, lectures givem at this

= wow Road. Christ Chureh, frontage 221}L. Trotman vs V. Gooding; Car- _ na of Jamaica wae many of direct Caribbean

§.8. CAR—Black. M1655. Going | fom o— fine Tisw overlooking the sea —} michael vs L. Hardi or N. has gone forward to the stage ‘terest.

eS” Lae ““i One olgut sere. of land situated at} Bourne; Symmonds = S Wor- where major industries like Dr, Montestrue, Head of the
‘ Eogle Hall. Dial 2947, R. Archer Mc|rell; E. Gooding vs R. Phillips; cement manufacture and baux- Pasteur Institute in Martinique,











"| Kenzie Victoria Street E, Goodridge vs R. Alleyne; C. ite mining are accomplishec spoke on the treatment of
; 3; Cc. plished |
ELECTRIC 30.8,52@30 | Goodi . a: 5. oe facts. in the West Indies. Monsieur
“FYE CAR RADIO’: aT er ear oG: int wanna | Wr V." Chase; 'C, Greenides ve J. Ce . ticular feld, lectured on. tHe sail
geo 6 Tube with RF.jcalled = ™ ARIA” with 6,130 | Weekes; R. Herbert vs 5. Shields; :
Stage 6 and 12 Volt els. , : i : ;
Staue 6 and, 12 Volt models, A limited |square fect of land attached situate at! Hoad ys N. Gill; C. Humphrey orperation and agricultural possibilities of

French Guiana. Professor Evans of



Co., Ltd 27.8.62—t.f£.n.| The house contains Drawing and Din-|vs G. King; E. Ward vs J. Cal- , iversi dea
POULTRY pF pen oa foam es miichons oo and L, Sampson vs L. Chepoeatien had weiieaeeieions with se Bondisotona >:

Cepia arceidaiptisinedidelid.tieesipehaselipitinepndiciione ette, usual conveniences. Garage and " . . by Government to provi ment of the British West Indies.
PIGEONS Imported Carneaux Pigeone| **zyant®’ rooms. Electricity installed. The Ladies Singles Champion~ incentives for ricoetiaer® ae A colleague of Professor Evans

= The above property will be set up for}ship begins at the Y.M.C.A Bri fessor Mai
2 pairs Yelows, 1 pair Reds (very | «5 sup a le . fie OFF cota i at Bristol, Prof nnes
large type). Apply P. D. Maynard, | tecee Steet On ane Tat’ Scutember | Friday, September 5 at 7.00 p.m. tem being mapped out ter oi] known authority 7 the













” - The splendid variet if é y i
uehdehesty sthalante Gb, Eevibben ; y of local devoted to the work of the Carib-
NETS, Temenos and PU MILAC NOTICES | coucye, “inaiana, nis summer "ods Were put to use for the bean Commission.
Jide sulecti 1 > risit 2 a. PI , igh-grade oi “OF EXCHANG
wide selection of these precision instru . ce una. Pa te bate niture. An offshot a the a RATES OF EX E
s











ments at ©. R. Hunte & Co, Lid,





TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEL 2. 1952
OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons

having or claiming any estate, right or interest or
c* affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant

any lien or incumbrance in

to bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesse:, documents
an@ vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the ours

of 12

noon and 3 o'clock

in afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build-
ings, Bridgetown, before the 17th day of October, 1952, in order that such claim

may be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof
ively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any
decree and be deprived from all claims on or agaifist the said property

Property:

Plaintiff: RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
Defendants: THEROLD BARNES and
FRANCIS DONALD BARNES

the parish of —_ Michael and Island abovesaid containing b
admeasurement

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Black Rock in

iy

acres One rood Twenty- perches or there-
aad, Docmdiug, ose late Mount Plantation on
lands of W. W. Reece on of the estate of A. Chapman deceased

on lands of the estate of R. Chapman

of the estate

deceased on
of Thompson deceastd.and on a road over which there is a right of
else the

way to the public road called Black Rock road or however

may abut and bound Together with all and singular the buildings

and erections on the said parcel of land erected and built standing

being with the appurtenances.

and
Bill Filed: 15th July, 5
SS ie ceaa ee.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.









12.8.52—4n
Ta ra
at itp The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
© Lorne - accept Cargo Passengers for
Zz Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
oe Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
bt Tuesday 2nd September, 1952.
ieee oa a world. The M/V “MONEKA” will
ad Aite estore? accept Cargo and Passengers for
= 4 T ploud dutits Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
ihe yeaa ae Nevis and St. Kitts. Date of
: + Sy Nave Oe Sailing to be notified.
; jase duyant B.W.1. SCHOONER args
hea’ itd, of ASSOCIATION (INC.)




Consignee Tele. No. 4047



Yo Move Sen

ee re ene faked NOTICE ond such visit from Farlham Miture industry was box-mak- PTEMBER 1, 1952
28.4.82—t.!.n, oft ‘ i
ite aN "Eada | studints to. Euaeto, Bias ng particularly for the, paGKAge seting NET ZOEK mun

pitnctts NUMERICAL TELEPHONE] i992 by’ COURTESY GARAGE, White | Last year some students set up of cigars and ‘citrus. A paper- 73 4/10¢ Pr. Cheques on hayints CANADIAN SERVICE

PIRECTORY all Telephone Numbers are | Park Road, for One (1) 1998 VAUXHALL | a work camp at Rio Prieto, Puerto box industry was _ developed. Bankers —_—71:8/10% Pr. SOUTHBOUND
ir, Pric 2.9.52—n aye Seen, ree by Fire Eospection Rico, in the coffee region of the Preparation of sweets and pre- a ats rd 10 at. nee.
JUST RECEIVED Popular Games in - = ante er aati detiaet. Ms ame expanded “into a major 13 4/10% Pr. Cable (10% Pr is PARODI" a August 12 August 18 August 31
P * é > . - 1% ; « ** ” i
cluding Canasta, Pitt, Monopoly, Toto- NOTICE This ie ther D re two jis oaee se factory was estab- 7! 9/10 nm aoe? Sy a xm gat Ny : 4 = + August (25 * st a at M4
poly, and Pegity. Also a variety of] Offers in writing will be received up is ye ere we WoO lished for making condensed soe, pr Shee +] “ARNETA" fee one re te Sept. 12 fept. 1 Sep
interesting _JiSaw Puzzles. All items to 4.00 p.m. on Friday. Sth September ar ae bis bers a Rio milk in the Island. Tiles and. CANADA ee, NORTHBOUND .
at moderate prices. rrison’s (Show {1952 for One (1) 1948 AUSTIN 5 ton Lorry rieto, where the students coOM- concrete i 20 9/10% Pr. Cheques on | Barbados_ ber 11th, for St.
tinued construction begun last building blocks made " 79 110% pr | * © a te ee Due | Septem th,





















Room Dept.) Broad Street. damaged in accident. Inspection _at
. 31.8,52—3n, }] premises. 2.9.52—4n

Mild Steel Plates—9/8, 5/10, vs, 3/16-|
v x 8.





thei Bankers
year, The other was at Tanama, eir appearence. Demand Drafts 78.96% Pr.
where the students employed A great develop: bt is now 20 9/10% Pr. Set .








ox 1/8, 1/16 — # x & to ¥ themselves building school ; rene
Dial 2696, Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar and OFFICIAL NOTICE house — pullding.» new 00" taking place. A knitting mill, erat. See 1 oom Pr.
Spry Streets. 30. b2—t fn. Aibitias casio This year, as evidence of the started during the war, has ex- 50% Pr. Silver 20% Pr.
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily) (IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF success of last year’s venture, panded production until it has
‘Pelegraph, England's Dally News- L financial assistance for the Tan. “lost displaced imported’ un- ' i
Daper now arriving in Barbados by Air (Equitable Jurisdiction) ama project came ‘from the Lion’s derwear and hosiery ‘from the
Barbados Investments

only a few days after publication in} JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff)
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o. Advo- LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
cate Co. Ltd, Local esentative (Defendant)
Tel. 3118. 11.452—t.i.n. IN pursuance of an Order in this
= |Court in the above action made on the
The NUMERICAL TELEPHONE /|@!st day of July, 1952, I give notice to
DIRECTORY is available at; Advocate,| all persons having any estate, right or
Cole's Printery, Johnson's Stationery,|/nterest in or any lien or incumbrance
Roberts & Co, and at the Colonial Adver- | @ffecting all that certain piece or parcel
tising Co. (Barbados) Ltd., James St, | of land situate near Melrose in the par-
Twice 3/- 2.9.52—6n.}ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar-
_|bados containing by admeasurement one
Use the NUMERICAL TELEPHONE | rood thirty-five perches or thereabouts
DIRECTORY to identify the owner of the | abutting and bounding on lands of Lilian
Telephone Numbers left on your desk. | Holloway on lands of a place called ‘‘Me!-
Price 3/-. 2.9.62—0n rose” on lands of the estate of Thomas
— , Gill deceased and on the public road or
With the NUMERICAL TELEPHONE however else the same may abut and
DIRECTORY any Telephone Number ¢an , bound to bring before me an account of
easily be traced to the party concerned, | their said claims with their witnesses,
Price 3/-. 2.9.52 | doeuments and vouchers, to be examined
,by me on amy Tunsday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) and 3
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office

Club of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, Shélves of local dry goods shops.
Money also came from last year’s The majority of the shirts wora
campers, who contributed over are of local manufacture, and
$350 earned in giving lectures on an export trade to other British
their Puerto Rican experiences West Indies territories has be-
when they returned home. gun. Now a paper factory is be-

Friends of the College have ing considered, and a bottle-
helped with contributions, while making plant is planned, “Light”
each student pays part of the cost inqustries, such as the 8
himself, in addition to donating ping of bicycles and radio-re-
eee ail the U.S. the ceiving sets are under study,
students took a short course on But this is only a beginning.
Puerto Rico, its history, includ- —L.E.S.
ing the new constitution, politics,
economics, geagraphy and cus-
toms.

£5 FOR DANGEROUS







A new list of investment op+
portunities in the shares of
Barbados’ leading public compa-
nies is just off the press. A copy
will be sent free on application.

e ia
A, M. WEBB
Dial 4987 Stockbroker — Hours

9-3 33, Broad Street (Over
Phoenix’ Pharmacy).
2.9.52















HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No.5





lof the Clerk of the Assistant Court of '
OFLC ANG ces isos: DRIVING 18. KEEP A FEW POUNDS OF NAILA AND A HAMNER
“ ol oe) . » ie
order that such claims may Be peomad His Worship Mr. C, W, Rudder, INA Gate PLACE A
according to the nature and priority | police Magistrate of District “B”, These can be obtained from - - - "

yesterday fined Richard Browne 3

of Applewhaite, St. George, £5 CENTRA

for driving the motor car J—26 : L FOUNDRY LTD.

on Charles Rowe Brid, St. NAILS at 30c. per 1b,

George, in a manner dangerous to HAMMERS at $1.63 each. f

the public on May 9. e
‘The fine is to be paid in 14 days .

thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
‘sons will be precluded from the benefit
| ef the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claims on or against the said proper-
ty, :
‘Sto in 24 Hours Cleimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes~
“= . ‘ day the 8th day of October 1952, at 10

o'clock am, when their said claims will
be ranked.


















































Given under my hand this 3ist day of jor in default one month’s impris- ole die RONEROED = ees
July, 1962, ea i onment and the licence ¥ to be} >” , , i
; ‘ALMA, roduced for endorsement, f
ag. Clerk of the PI ot
Clerk of the st ct Appeal.| _ The case was brought by Cpl.) . 10 cho’
©.8.52—8n, | Cyrus sttactad to the Speights-} |. oA pact
town Police Station, 7H
iy | ——___—. Shin ray
GLB UY OFFICIAL SALE CUBA’S MIRO KAYOES ust ___THE Fagy
NN eae, | BARBADOS, oy | CALVIN IN. 6TH ROUND ————1 £OMFoRra
i. ps
voeths moan that po are # victlin of Pyor- 7 ea 53 (From_ Our Own Correspondent) CONVENE
rhea or ‘Trench Mouth, or some bad disease | (Equitable Jurisdi GEORGETOWN, Sept. 1 nr Way
that will eventually cause you to lose all | & ju e Jurisdiction) , . TCA specialize in the trans
ae eee eee have to wear false teeth JOH ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff) | Alfredo Miro, Cuba iddle- bortation cf ynaceo , <
petra our tt, aie Bie Mord |. COFTUB OTWAY Ve espat). {Weight champion kayoed Calvin, students. ‘Take advantage of ‘uh
mou! * a
throuho {he worts, that now acter | NOTICE is hereby given that by_vir-| British one et ante Nurmal tegen ardent fares. hon a /
oF oF ne | tue of an Order the Assistant Court|champion in the sixth roun ‘O- > expenses and {
are autres sooner of ater. Be warned In Of" Apponi dated the ist day of July. night. p irene enerte fapdlad By. TCA AY
00 late, ‘cause they often cause not only , 1952 there will be set up for sale to the Kr | Ney
the loss 3 teoth, but also chronic rheuma- | highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk ‘or full information, see— BTA DANN
Usm and heart trouble. ‘= the Assistant Court of Appeal at pe ~ GARDINER AUSTIN & VP Wn } | v
New Discovery: Saves Teeth | 9urs ai tz incon) and 2 o'clock in. the ; CO., LTD, : —y WPF I ir
(eae age steve. tt ofan Américan | atternbon on FBriday the 10th day of Long Broad Street ' = i 1} 4
| October, 1952: All that certain piece or one 4518 4 i" me f n ore
he quick pio MY Benetinies 5 right fg, the ‘pareel of land situate hear Melrose in DRANS-CANADA Air Lines eS A) te = =i |
tie very dest day. duickly cakes tie the patish of Saint Thomas and Island ernational Trans-Atlantic \ Kix gy a we Wh y
soreness out of your mouth, and soon |of Barbados containing by admeasure- Transcontinental = mel ft
pentens yw teeth. ‘The folldwing letter | mefht one rood and thirty-five perches i |
m . W. W. B. sho results that | or ereabouts abutting and bounding on :



{i ‘users get: “I suffered from Trench
jouth and Pyorrhea for ten years. My
fons were sore and bleeding and I had
ost four teeth, while several other teeth

lands of Lilian Holloway on lands of a
place called “Melrose” on lands of the
estate of Thomas Gill, deceased, and on
were getting looser all tha time, I tried | the public road or however else the
many things and then heard of this new | same may abut and bound and if not
discovery Amosan, In 24 hours after using | then gold the said property will be set
mosan my qe had pionped bleeding. | up fot sale on every succeeding Friday

© Soreness in my mouth disappeared in | hetween the same hours until the same









1953. AMATEUR BOXING




STANDARD




















2,.8.52—3n.

CANADA DRY

will take place at the - - -

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
AT 8 PM. :

ON FRIDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER
CANADA DRY STEEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE

BAR — MUSIC — THRILLING ENCOUNTERS
28.8.52—6n.

Pande’ ds nf rape Poekae.
One, ol urn e.
Don’t take achance on losing our teeth or —— HS

See | Hurvcane recat
Amosam;:::: la

as the
pro-
Check that everything }

that might blow loose is |

ured, Store small loose
objects such as garden
tools, refuse bins, porch
furniture, etc. inside the
house. :



three days and in cwo weeks I Foun is sold for a sum not Jess than HAM. O ‘ ve
POSES cate ara of fous | 908. 0. C 'PIONSHIPS
Guaranteed Dated this, aig Gay et July, 1952.
pAmesqa works so fast and so, certain "ag. Clerk of i Pen Under the auspices of H
a uaral i
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1952

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Sixth Series Of Intermediate |. ...é...—
| Cricket Matches Opened lO 7 itt, EY? On Tage







Batsmen, Bowlers Umrigar Geis J yt Score Ss 136

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matches opened on Saturday with fine cricket and hard Five times eee .
wickets. Honours again were evenly divided between Umrigar has passed the three- THE SIXTH SERIES of 4nd Division games got un-
batsman and bowler. figure mark in an innings. Three derway last Saturday. There was. one century recerded

In the match between Y.M.P.C. and Windward at times he has converted hundreds jn this division by H. Johnson of Windward who scored

Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road, Y.M.P.C. occupying the wicket fodmemeuth “neihing ou St 136 against Wanderers. But bowling figures were returned

first, scored 74 runs in their first innings with the top score more certain than that he would by Mr. A. E. Sealy of Combermere School who captured
of 21 being made by opening batsman B. Hoyos. do it again but after he had lashed seven of Foundation’s wickets for 35 runs. Next best
K. Thornton and R. Farm-r ~—~~~———~————--_._ the _hants bowling for 165 Hazare were those of M. I. Clarke of Wanderers who took six for

had good spells of bowling and BOWLING ANALYSIS decided the bowlers had had
each of them took four wickets o M w enough and declared. But _ it
for 19 and seven runs respec- } Farmer $

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Es ’ ina? At the Oval where Pickwick not out, Norville 37, Jones 21; J.

( \ € Wilkie 4 2 as 2 ee ee ae datertained Empire, Empire score | Hoad 2 for 21). _

tively. Windward have replied t Greenidge 20 21 Wicket ‘and: today A 96 with 164 for seven declared, Beckles Pickwick’s 1st innings:—122 for

with 120 runs thus giving them- : a - “ 2 ” ‘ the wickets stantin to avdlll ati made 36 undefeated and Maynard 7 (G. Wood 59; Lewis 4 for 31).

selves a first innings lead. Chief WINDWARD — 1ST INNINGS innings defeat er 35. So far, Pickwick have score’ Foundation ys, Combermere

1 n é

ee E. Evelyn 47 and x een he Burke a A double century by Reg Simp- 122 for seven; G. Wood scored 59, at Foundation

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: . im § d Nottingham from col- a ; Foundation’s ‘ist innings:— 96
R. Austin bowled 12 overs and : ue So maa ake 26 Mee acninet Warurick at fetes Foundation—Combermere fixture. Ode, Sorin or Jones oe Carter
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three balls, four maidens 30 rums R. Farmer b Austin a . Batting ‘first Combermere scored 7
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At Bank Hall, Pickwick in ¢ Eysiyn not uot ‘ ? Len Muncer, Glamorgan’s all- Mr Hughes collecting 25 “ for 8 (Mr. Hughes 25, Simmons From To
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scored. 191 runs wit oer ones 12 er to complete the double to- team met Wanderers they scored Segre SAT” | i i Moe arm ee nae eae eT .
Loman. wae |: eta ane Total Cais 199 Gay when he claimed two Wor- 241 out of which Johnson collecte’ ~~ Wanderers -vs. Windward 2.03 1.02
on os * "ake on BOWLING ANAUEBIS gees cester ene innings — Fa - i yk oa 6 at Windward 1 2.29 1.08
i cnocked up by i. oore Who “4 But Glamorgan aren't cele- for ; t the close anderers o
! went at number seven in the f Aittin a a 38 6% «brating, for fine bowling by had scored 22 without loss. Windward’s ist innings:—241 1.96 1.02
! batting order. ) , K. Branker il . ae 1 Worcester’s Jamaican amateur Y.M.P.C, met Central at Central. (H. Johnson 136, Straughan 26, 2.41 1.50
Bowling for Empire, Skipper E£. Branker a. a 3° — Ken Lobban who took six for, Batting first Y.M.P.C. collected Ray “Simmons 22: M. I. Clarke 6 z .
Eric Amory took three of the chuardins y zr * 1 51 sees them on the road to de-| 203, Goddard contributing 68, and ¢,, 42). . 2.52 1.40
wickets for 15 runs, K. Hutchin- PICKWICK V EMPIRE feat. wat ca nee an Wanderer’s ist innings:—- 22 an .
son, V. Skette and N. Skeeic AT BANK HALL SCOREBOARD— TS eieteeters wiih 7 r 3. without loss. - 2. Lu
took two wickets each. Empire PICKWICK — 1ST INNINGS Glamorgan versus Worcester | ~ Y.P.M.C. vs. Central at Central 3.16 1.80
at the end of play had lost five M. Lashley ¢ Browne b Hutson 45 ee 235 ¢ 193 In the College vs. Leeward : or
f y play ha ; BG) Rete omy tance’ Worcester ...... 235 ana | match, College were all out’ for Y.M.P.C.’s_ ist innings:— 203
sir ‘kets for 65 runs, F. fee | : i 3.20 1.20
of their wicke ; | A. Trotter ¢ Bynoe b Hutchinson 3 for eight declared. 72, Griffith contributing 46, Lee. (Goddard 68, Mandeville 45,
Taylor w =e pues van B. B Pg A RR Glamorgan ............. 117| ward, however, just managed to — - mite a Andrews 4 4.03 1.20
sourne scored 2 ore he was 5 ee _— Lobb 6 for 51) and 25 for one. . ? : or 59, King 2 for ). =
caught off the bowling of O. & Stile Sten eye C Skeets 28 5: Gain veto Daler io Sa aa Sollee’ bave oti Central's ast innings:— 40 for FLOWERED SHANTUNG .. 2.25 1.80
Lashley who has taken five for N. Greenidge Ibw b Skeete ...... 20 Sussex ....... . 216 and 1811/2 for no wicket » 8) Hinds 17 not out; Brancker 2 FLOWERED TOOLINA 1.67 1.50
27 runs in nine overs. . Ce some § for eight. At Lodge, Erdiston have gained for 19). : oh 4 $
Helped by a breezy 69 by left 6 Lashipy es Ab Bkécte ; We od. _......+. 158] a first innings lead over Lodge. College vs. Leeward at Leeward PRINTED HOPSAC ....... 1.67 1.02
handed batsman N, Wood, Spar- ee 0 : 2 Lodge batting first scored 71 runs College Ist innings:—72 (Gril-
th batting first against’ Com- tie zi Rae weeik” mens the “top store being 14 by C. #th 48) and 9 for no witha. See our special display of short ends’ of
bermere at Combermere knock- ta SR ey ee 428|Deane, For Erdiston C. Cuffley Leeward 1st innings:—86 (Grif- Dress Materials normally marked Less 4 of
ed up 149 runs. The wicket was BOWLING ANALYSIS s Leicester "936 ana 6] took three wickets for 13 runs. fith 4 for 25, Batson 3 for 22). Value.
easy, but some of the batsmen yy apmatvony ¥ oe = enh alo Erdiston in their first innings Erdiston vs. Lodge at Lodge ;
found difficulty in playing J, Bynoe ... peta ey eee eS Middlesex versus Lancs. scored 92 runs, C. peers top- Lodge Ist innings:— 71 (C. Special extra discount of 25% allowed
against the bowling of R, Brank- K. Hutchinson .. 14 ee eee 97| Scored. with 23. en stumPS» Deane 14, L. St. Hill 11, C. Cuffley during th : k
bas . Middlesex ...... 125 and lf i uring e coming week.
4 er who took five of the wickets y° QKeSte ------ % 4 4h 3 @enis Compton. 71) were drawn Lodge had scores. 9 3 for 13, C. Roachford 2 for 7, J :
Pt for 51 runs in 13 overs and four G Prescod) |) 34S Laries. .... “046 ana 131°°"% for the aie Wicks Sadat and 9 for the DRESS GOODS DEPT.
balls. At the end of play the N: Skeete .. . 5 1 li 2 for no wicket. SA ie : val Oss Oo ee
schoolboys had lost five of their » SMPIRE — 18T ENGNGS 2 Pickwick vs. Empire at the O Erdiston 1st innings:—92 (C.
ee er ime F. Taylor ¢ B. De Innisa b Kent versus Yorkshire Empire’s 1st innings:—-164 for 7 Norgrove 23, C. Cu

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Wanderers did well to score " Bourne c N. Greenidge b for four. f ;
241 runs in their first innings Bross tO Lashley ..... ul Yorkshire Soa ee Seat 428 :
against Mental Hospital at Black ©. Smith lbw b 0. Lashley 4 for eight declared (W. Sutcliff ‘ ¥
oe arery. e ae @ Prescea DO. Lasiliey "”" 181, Hutton 120), .
w el ve in the &. Amory n i+, j ‘6 ceste : 1
: batting order far Wanderers was "Extras A vo bts int eee aes at ear 4 3 FILM SHOW 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
Re | eters by ‘Kai ee i we od Total (for 5 wickets) ...... 5 for one. i |
at ; ~ Gloucester .............- 328
caught When his score was 49. BOWLING ANALYSIS ©
J. Marsh was not out with 50. R Clarke ....... 3.4 é % ot ak woe, Indians THE BARBADOS
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overs, four maidens, 18 runs, n° Wooa |......., Be arc a CARLTON vy REGIMENT
three wickets. L. Brathwaite and WANDERERS vs. MENTAL HOSPITAL ,, ,, CARLTON ~- IST INNINGS Wt. & Coloured SHARKSKIN ............. 1.86
J. Brathwaite took one wicket NAT SLAC Bet hee ines P. Marshall c Brathwaite b Watts 1? WHITE ANGLAISE 2.80
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loss of one wicket with their 8, Gkinner ¢ Burrowes b Knight. 49 ©: Standford c Clarke b J. Clarke S
ski 7 5 4 ©. Proverbs b Carter .......... 34 W. Goodridge Ibw b Clarke .. 2 BCE PETE ob stncley bah chee MevaN eee 12
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TCKDAV. SFrTEWBFR 2. IK! %  AftSAUOs .vinmAll. PACI I D.M.S. WILL VISIT TRINIDAD 'Sunavis* Loads Sugar IT IS mmOSBftOOD that Dr. J P. O'Mahonev. Director of Medical Services, will leave Barbados durum Ihe week for a len day • isit to Trinidad and during his absence Dr F. N Grannum. Medical Officer of Health, will act as Director. t Dr. O'Mahonev. amc > er things, will see at first hand the progress of lb" l* ., A shipment of 500 tons of picallowed £5 damages Kled pork I. espectcd to arrive ucl Rock i I the I m Barbados between October and Their Honours, the Judaa. o| UM December. A attain Court of Apiw-j|. Mr. Anyone desirous of obtaining H. A Vaughan and Mr A J. H. licences for the importation of Hanschcll. In giving lodgment the whole or part of the amount tor tS, Their Honoun should make application to the a derision or Mr. .1 It | Office of the Contn>ller ol Supivm IM>i Judga ol D in \ pin-, mi Iritei than 10 a.m. on (^va*ftih had ..u>. .%  i 10 Bad Tuesday. B epUi noer 9 showing nnpMuad aaalnal tha ivm rjabl the following: JudgeV decision. Quantity of neck bones, heads. Rock beat her wttfa I Stick ami short ribs, spare ribs, riblets, bit her on one of her lingers Ai ANTK.UA, Augu** S8. SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX peiwms were H.staesl dealt with at thi Qovir nrnu gw s.-vmna Bank yaatarrda) l l ' % %  '' %  This was noi a record numWi how*V the Advocate %  On tin HI Kx.ellei ,* will %  '• ru-i i the Vu The introduction ol ituthree i'n N %  I ounter t'> %  :. vim tha State Delhi d< pertinent, an I aartraant \ .• ..ml Ihe rw i ra J m ** u """ ,n '" A ( Ceaaall „.. clerk '"*" *" Sept. i ind Hi. a vested. iwala and "*e.lenc> will return en I k B*PaBwar list net b* i i £5 Damages Awarded ii i) :i" Leaner This while the %  I %  | llfM ihe clerk i the in irhme slmpl) limit witli .. iv machine tuple entry. 7 Ships Arrive Over H rt>k-i•• Uli. I IUIVU1, %  "".1 <~' ^.. ..1 HI 1 MM K 1 ,,Anns, tails, snouts, heada result, she had to seek medical ll """ ,. The customer leave* but %  i noon there is liM lha wm k< i l-isi' from •.i i %  ml udil carried out is fnol1..niiiThe S-S. Su'iarU arrived In Carlisle Bay on Saturday and has % %  BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBr been taking cargo of 1.100 tons, II "l )S %  •" of sugar for Montreal. I skins, butts, scalps, and fat back, aid, was treated at the General mimt "£?"* ho >" "*" '" afaahM Of this amount General Trad%  I for which firm offers have been Hospital; and detained ;.l Ihe K"? f T_ P _'!A' **B-*J*Z t 25z£ A mlr era are shipping 2"5 tons while received: Nel C.I.F. price per almshouse for ten weeks. Hi other shippei-s are Plantations Dr J P O'HAHONEV barrel of 200 pounds and per finger had to be lanced. Ltd. 200. Manning & Co.. l.:d 175 tierce of 350 pound*, exclusive She works as a domestic serHusaon Son ft Co.. Ltd. 200; Docooked take a greater amount of Of commission and source of supvant for 13.50 a week a! Costa a Co.. Ltd. 200 and Jones ,uel and the result is that this ply. unable to work during her Ue& Swan 50 tons too has been in short supply. — tention at ihe almshouse She The remaining Quantity for Fortunately the Schooner E r > \ ^^\^ M ^^ 1 ^ had .^ ^ UM ,oe "'^^ '''• shipment to eon/laf? 1 ^ "• %  Antta "1*S OVfT ,h wk Irani Canada mutt fi , *"" export crop ^m tons IO *nd from British Guiana bring!" m b J n '^Xate^e? fv a ,;,„„-,! In u cargo of charcoal and fir* veterinary ItSpSor y ;TBSth .and Animal Division. Department of i iD Cumpton' uiuier the At si Lucia undai %  Mattel and ins Tann '"": %  Tneii eari siste.1 ..f i MKI lb., It .eeds eoicvhons wK i|(um .,, ^ ^ „ en only be in ado on the authn. I t |( : . %  BW ags of tacoanuti Ti.r "Augiutus M T lithe accoiaitniit who Js ihe correction. WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING U.WAYS USE • a:% i; a in; ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED Mill IN Canada and SrfSO -, the Kingdom "Some of them trade* rmofi rhapt won't realist that you can't get more rmf nf a machine than (j mi' info If cargo of charcoal and fire ....t CHANGES CrTMV YrsU ^ a -V lh T^. per whart was AfrlcuMuin, Canada, stating that The Han)1aWn l.taff Mwhant bu y *" h dr*>pkeepers and retailtn . „ mc mcat has not MigL^t,^, arrived over \h~ \;k^end p : and p Kpnin tno,r S "PP" •• from or been packeu within a yesteiday change^ he' new. L ''"^" radium of 100 miles of a foot and During thp day ihe office of the RACK HORSES mouth disease infected area. Harbour ami Shipping Master Two race horses arrived over Importers should only lender was busy with the selection of the week-end by the Harrison when their principals can deftnseamen. Twenty-six of the old '"""r Mc-chani from England. itely execute orders placed, and number were re-emp|oved and nc ,s three-year-old bay ship during the time specifled. three new ones wer signed on. 'iUy Fluffy Rugglos" for Mr. Tenders must be submitted in The Mrrcharu which brought a J R Edwards and the other is a sealed env(l0|>es and marked: general cargo U expected to leave two-year bay (Illy "Ardena" for "Tender for Pickled Pork." for Trtnfclad on Wednesday Dr. A. L. Goddsrd. Yesterday was Ihe last day on The doctor now Joins the ranks which the office of the ControlON DOCK of racing owner S with his brothJcr of Supplies gave consldcrsThe Vene7u#ian?Wotoi Vessel crs John and Joe Goddard. on to th f !^ ,n ' ,l nfrs Gloria Maria 188 tons consigned KXCIRSIONISTV Ihe m .P rt l on ?* 500 long tons to Messrs. H M Jones Co., hs The halt tos drrS? eve,, "'f 0 "*" 1 ' r immedlalp hi been on dock for six weeks peopla who were sedate enough J!^K r f!!i in8 J Pne, L^ pa '? !" ; ,IU la Mclww r nt f nalnm 't > 8nExports and Imports Order overhaul by Messrs. Central ri ay t 0 1.x* for some cool pot Foundry Umitcd. She came oft outside the city, and on Sunday Another notice published at the on Saturday ,hcr.was a goodly number of Office of *he Controller of SupThe Gloria MarU expect* to excursionists at the Crane Beach plies states that the Governor. leturn to Venezuela on Thursday, from early until late in the in exercise of the powers conferDISORDKRI.Y evening. red on him by Section 3 (2) of Trafalgai Square is becoming n They carried refreshments and Ihe Exports and Import* (Replace of disorder once again and some enjoyed seabathing and lay f r ^ rt '? n, A J cl l9W n,sde ,ho this i* because of the relaxation irut off in the shade of the trees, following order: of the Police. 11 U regrettable that many The order may be cited as the The taxi drivers are again people however take the opporf x P" "Jd m Pj! r ** tlniport leaving their vehicles at all tunity to carry receptacles and U ?g M Ai ? ^_ l Trf'_Liil f m n, angles and outside the lagulai remove sand in vehicles. This an Am 1 p ^ on ,, ma l y ] ^2i K parking lot. One car linn up will allow the ms* to encroach "JJ. T SteS ?sh onS and behind the others until one in the still further and later spoil the 5J~ *T ""^ flsh on ons and line gets a "ealT and then he Leach. Some of the grape treea P wc *drives into the stand. During the are now stunted because of havThe order shall have effect day they are found washing ears ing their roots exposed through subject to the following provlIn the Square and the wash water Ihe removal of this quantity of sions: — running O.ar the street and down sand. (a) The order shall operate to the W.iarf edge. It is unsightly FEDERATION DEBATE oni y ,n "^P**! o* the type of and disorderly. TI K n, HIM ,,f AsMtnbl^ is fc" ood s sps-cilk-d in Article Pedesmnns too are not keei>ii 1K r heduled Io meet today and in th * ord* r w l>'ch to the "Pleaae Cross Unas-. Two keeping with the warning Iwued prod"^d in countrl. of these lanes lead from the f'>"t(>v Mr O. 11. Adams, Leader of exports take place path near the Buildings and from the'Government a few meetings The certificate or orisln of all the Cenotaph People are begin„ 0 „ ta expected that tha b£2*uS£ nafS shaTl ba ning to wander ove, the Square fcrBoU r portion of the day's sesSSuced by %  ie ^mpor^r or again and motorists travellliift on iion wi ll be spent on the discusconaUmee ""porter or ^^ ^^ j-^ the straight drive towards Con-on c | redemUon. ^ approval of thiFlnanc '' %  "• %  mtton have to be ^xlnnnely Many ol the other colonin Secretary musl be obtained prior and costs. careful not to collide with them, have already declared themselves to the importation ol any such Cummins said that the eon did Motorists themselves are not for or against Federation and goods where payment for such K into the land, but that at th.> keeping to the two lineg ol whilst in Barbados the Report goods Is to be made to the country time Greavcit did not [tall traffic from the centre of the has been accepted for discussion othoi lhah the country of origin lhat it had damaged any canes Square to the Junction ut Bridge ^is will be the full dress debate of the goods. He had paid him 2s. for the trrs Street and Constitutional! one is which leaden in many of the This Order was mad*.by tha paw /i) \/.s JUI nsa i/i/VA/y COMPLBTtB ConHtmction of the Ut market at Paynss lay ha< bsen completed *nd will soon he ready for one by the public. Tbe market which I* %  iin.ii-'ii on the left side of tha road opposite tat Method id Church, wan erect**! by the Vastly ol that parbh. MI>" arrival] (nan ntoldad, whii. M % %  • %  K\ Uaat* 1 UTtvad from St. 1 r %  vi ^^els are all conUu Bchoonai Ownan v iiion. The team hipa whlrh arrived were the "Akog Puritan" bram I .a" from Trinidad, tha s^ from lxtndan. v %  also from Trinidad. l and the "Merchant" t. Da Costa A Co Lid while iheil! "Sunsvti" tnci lh "puritan" are igncd to Ptantattoni Ltd.. and Roi ttl Thai U %  Pet OUR READERS SAY 8 ~ul< s Clim-lu-d In Pro^Hisl Marshal's Office Judgment Giwm For Greaves In >Cow Dispute travelling up Io Constitution it other coloniei were expecting to Governor on July 24. 1932 should be easy to keep on the left j^ 5 taaed in the Barbados and if it is intended to tum 'nto Legislature. Bridge Street then it should be „ easy to keep to the right. The dodging of cars from ona line to the other puts pedestrianol a disadvantage NFW CARLTON CLUB The opening of the new Carlton Club is scheduled to take placo on Monday 22nd when the members of the Club will be Host* to their friends.and well wishers. The C*Vyag firs: -tartrd by the HuWhJraXirV Brothera who acquired fmr nert1ii>n of HaOetts and started on a small scale. Later lhe> bought more of the land and then built a Pavilion which is reputed to be second only to Kensington The bulldlr.g was supervised-lay. Mr. Reynolr' Hutchinson witfl Mr. Itlades o. Messrs! D. M. Simpson in the background. The founding nf ihe Club is an .ncnievement [or ihe members ol CarltoA and. thcumany friends will join' In wishing them all success. FIREWOOD ARRIVES With the scarcity of nee In this Island during the last few weeks people have been compelled to resort to prevalent use of ground prrvi** '> %  These I J !> % %  properly Oddfc-Hows Return 11 unit Tomorrow Members of the Household of Ruth Lodge. G.U.O.OJ". who arrived from Trinidad on their annual visit to the branch lodge here will return home tomorrow morning. During their short stay in the iqjnny, they took part m a procession with the local branch from the Livesey Comet Lodge Room. Hay Street to the St. Marys Church where they altcndcd Divine Service on Sunday morning. ST. HAWS P\THO\AI. FESTIVAL \t:\T WOOL The St. Mary s Choir under their l.nder Mr. Bent ley Callender will randat ihe Anthem THE LGHD IS MY LIGHT AND MY SALVATION composed by Sgt. Archer 01 the Barbados Police Band, on Sunday night, the eve ol the J'atronal Festival of that Church The Fistival will continue until UM following Sunday The Rcvrt Layne. Vicar of St Silas and St Albans, will deliver the opening •ci-mon ll:nsi s Replaced In Flood Areas Since the 1M9 heavy rail which caused many of the houa of rhe Delamere and Halls Ruod areas to be washed away and destioyed, people have steadily replacing house* about this flood area. The land is privately owned land, and as house spots are In great demand, peoplej are sometimes forced to their houses to such areas. Over the week-end, a boarded! and shingled house has been moved to this area, und has been placed at the Junction of Halls Road and Tweedside Road. A shop| wai washed away from thi spot during the rain In I Meanwhile, the Housing Board are getting many applications foi house apots from people whoa* landlords have given them notice to quit. The Board are removing! quite a number ol hou ally from congealed areas, and allowing house spots to peooJe. but the number which apply 7c house-spots is great. Kighl sales were eflectesi Provost Marshal's Office i u,i vaar, n ahank with I MlOB disci"r,i %  %  I .i \ hikhest fum |>ald at one saw was $5.00(1 tat IM hag nf hind house at Brittona Huirhinson & Baii'icid as agent ior r. Kimt. I' tides were 2 roods. 26 S f land at Charnocks, C hi ist Church for which C. M Chiike or rhornburs Hill. Christ i >' : %  n 11 i %  < !." %  of Innd at Diamond Rmk. St Their Honours the Judges of Peter, sold to the I'oiochlal Ihe AxMal.inl Court of Appeal. Trtasurer of St PattrJ Mr. II. A. Vaughan and Mr. A J. Inombury Hill, aohl io Mi t t H. Hanschell. ycaterday agiv^l liilni.i ... aganl f,.t Joatph King with a decision of Mr. J. It. Edfor $4r!0.00; V280 quare feel of # of wards. Petty l>ebi Judge of Dl land with Dwelling house are wholly lrlcl E wno BW ) | K ,l "'"t '•" ittaobad it Ooodland,8t Mi.haci. from which i' c P n <1 "''' ve '' Of ROOK H-ill. St -old to It .1 (iiifllfh ..! (he wme Thr-m.is. %  gainsi Pomtroy Cun> DMrtel ror I.812; 2 rola 4 l/IO| p"",." %  •"*• l| l^ %  '"' pamnai with d Ills L : ''" %  , BtlHons Mill. M-M for *5.000 Io Cummin* COW brolraawu i .,,.., Hublhlnaon a Banfleld. May 2 ff^ffdj Jotal 0 h , ;i|tPtlts for T F KlllK 10 perches ut land ut tinI'-nn. St. Peter, sold to HuiWiirunn 4 Han Ik-Id as agent* for Charles E. Kdghill for 180.00; J.H70 square leet of lun.l id Wcsiinn % Road id to Will! >"i I Siiuiirhan for $170.00; and 3 ran day 21 porrhe*i at anarbourna, si John Cummin* r>ank VrtriXf ol Wilson Hill bl m ..I Ui"ie Mad iwrlsh l*>r S3.585.00. The t nut lha npraiaad value fl 5.12 and 4.5t yd Also I II*. I K I S (I SIMONS — AI — Cave Shepherd & Co.. L(<1. HI, II. 12. I.I Broid SI. 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PAGE IK.III BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 IMI /' Sixth Series Of Intermediate Cricket Matches Opened Batsmen, Bowlers Share Honours THE SIXTH SERIES in the Intermediate Cricket '"""• "' ?>,,,.;„,.,. matches opened fan Katuiiliiy with One cricket and hard p, ve ,i mo „ ILS ^ajorf^Ponv" wickets Hmiours a^ain Wtn evenly divided between irmngar nua pawed the threebatsman and bowler. figure mart in an tuning*. Three In the mutch between Y.M.PC. and Windward at \%!*,}?J?£"??£* iS^t Y.M.P.C. Beckles Road, Y M.P.C. oecupyin* .he wicket i^n,emS!t„ !" ?"", T??kV.! drat, scored 74 runs In their !lrl innings with the top score morr certain than that he Umrigar Gets Johnson Scores 136 Another 100 Against Wanderers "1IM. \ %  M %  I r'am.4*r Wiiki*, r,..^MirtHeII | .:.'. %  :. %  II W1KBWAMD ir MKINai Thornton b Rurkr E\rlyn run out AUlnwr, Ibw b Pntlf) llurkc fmrm-r r Kins 1. K lirankrII I m ll...,kc. I } POrter ill OrwtUd> I — 4 %  M %  ..-, i. ,. v KMTMM AT RANK HAM. pn K*KK t-i wtraipi I'rownt, I. Ilulaon i • %  Ifncr 1 ll*t, inntw b Ai Kidney r •wt> Taylor %  b Ameer W(U t •Urt-lc b Aon MMr c IS*. Taylor, b ska*** lilX'-iXIfr lb* Jl ".Htf".' i iat.r b flkrrlr l-jMn r h I r of 21 being made by opening batsman B. Hoyo* K Thornton und RFarm had good spells of bowling an . .id of them took four wicke: for 10 and seven runs repecWindward haw rriihr. with 120 runs thus givinx mil %  elves a Ufa. innings lead. Chief scorers were E. Evelyn 41 and H. Farmer 28. R. Austin bowled 12 ovtn atvi three balls, four maidens 10 run.md look four of the W.ndwiuu % %  'iiket! At Bank Hall. Pickwick In their first venture at the %  • h .•cored 131 runs with M. Lashle\ topscorlng with 45 runs. Tlit next best score Of 28 runs Ufa knocked up by O, Moore *\ i ii iiuniber *ven in 1 %  Ladling order. K Bowling for Empire. Sk Eric Amory took three wickets for IS runs. K. HUM. V Skeete and N. S fa I took two wickets ai I .ii the end of play had IOM Bva artckata rat 65 nat Taylor who opened Ha I Bourne scored 22 Mi caught off the bowling of <) „ Lash ley who has taken live for N m nine overs. Halped by %  breezy 69 by left o handed batsman N Wood A tan batting fir?* against Conibermere .it Combernieie kmI ed up 14K run-. The wicket was easy. i>ui BOOM of tha bi' found difficulty in playing j against the bowling of R. BnUlb er who took five of the wicke* E Bar M nmg in IS overs and foi I %  Mia. At the end of plaj schoolboys had lost live of then ,. wickets for 63 runs. Wanderers did w< 11 to sen." 241 runs m theit l.rit inninc %  against Mental Hospit.il g< ill.. rack in Baturda) B Lmlnner 'J who went at Bumbar i bat ting order for Wanderers was % %  and at close of play Com had collected 86 n>< it wlckrtv, %  roUecUng u At Wmiiw.iiii ivhar 7 s ham and enabled another foui poinu to be added to the small total previously collected. Len MunccT, Glamorgan's all rounder became the fourth play•r to complete the double toteam mfl Wanderer* Uw day when he claimed Iwo Wor241 out of which Johnson colLede-i cester second innings wicketa. |30. and M I Clarke captured '• But Glamorgan aren't celeh/f 42 Ai the cloaa Wandereibrallng, for fine bowling by *iad •cored 22 without loss. iVoroaatari Tamil i in amataui v atP.I a>M paBtnJ ai Caotrai Ken Lobban who took iOx formatting first Y.M.PC. collected THE SIXTH SERIES ..f ^id Division games not tindei way last Saturday. There waa one century recorded in this diviaiun by H. Johnaon of Windward who scored 136 against Wanderers. Bui bowling figures were returned by Mr. A. E. Sealy of Conibermere School who captured seven of Foundation's wickets for 35 runs. Next best were those of M. L Clarke of Wanderers who took six for 41' aiiaiiLst Windward. not out. NorvlUe 17. Jones 21. J. %  load 2 for 21). Pickwick's 1st innings: -122 for 7 it. Wood 59; Lewis 4 for 311. l.uniUUsa vs. Cusabermerr U rasandaUoR Foundation's lat tnn ngs:— (Mr. Si-nnger 24. Jooea 23. Carter 10) Mr .Sealy 7 for 35. Callender 2 for 20). Combermere's 1st Innings.—80 for 8 (Mr. Hughes 25, Simm 18, Wood 13. Warner 3 for King 2 for 14). At the Oval where PtekwWk entertained Empire. Empire score I 184 for seven declared. Bedtlci n^ade 36 undefeated and Maynnd 3V So EM I iva 1*01*11 122 for seven; C. Wood scored 59. Small scores prevailed In th<: MW1JNO ANAHSI. fi—'-l SIS •Utretr :. 1 II iNrm i-,r I*SIMI Taylor e B Or UnUa b O LMr< Bourn* < N GrrttiMlfr I. O. Uihkv lUntip b O laaahlrt •Unllh lt>b O t.iaf>hk>f Ctath* not au\ PrMC-d b O Uwltirv Amor* net out ... F.slr. 51 seefl them on the road to de\ feat. StOKEBOAKU— l.Umorian versus Worcester Worcester 235 ana IS3 for eight declared. Glamorgan 117 (laobban 0 for 51) and 25 for one. Sasaex versus Derfcy Sussex 216 and > *" i> tllllrr. Mallhvwi r( 1 Wilkinson Ch..w (I Mr Glmi W"M b Wllhuiwxi M -n-i W ssas, b Middlesex 125 and 11*7 (I>snls Compton 71). Lines for no wicket. Heat versa Kent for four. Yorkshire fn.elghl declared 181, Hutton 120). flrsaeeater versus Northanta NorthanLs . 324 and for one. Gloucester 1 for seven declared. Mania, versa* Indlaaa Hants. 256 and 5 for one. Indians .. 357 il'mriear I6B not out! Notta versus Warwick Warwirk 361 for *ev deetated nnd 70 for one wle* Notts 366 • Pimpson 200V 201. Goddard contributing 68. Maiidevllle 45. When play ended Central had ncored 40 for 3. Hindd undefeated with 17. In the College vs. I^ee-ward rnatrh. College were all out for 72, Griffith contributing 46 Uv [uat managed to top College's score by scoring 16 Batting again College have scored 2 for no Hi.k'i At Liodge, Erdiaton have gained .1 flnrt innings lead over Lodw l/xlgc baiting first scored "1 runs Uie top score being 14 by C Dean*. F'r Erdiston C. Cuffles look tbraa wickets for 13 runs. Erdision in their Ins, nninu tcoraO 91 runs. C. Norjrove lopwored with 23 When s'ump: were drawn I-odge had *>niiL| tuns for Uie lo*s. of one wickdaW SCOt EH: Plekwlek vs. Kaastre at the Otal EmpireN lat Innings:—164 for 7 leel'd. (Maynard SS, Heckles 36 3 for 27. C. Denne I for 23). Wanderers vs. Windward at Windward Windward** 1" innings —24 III. Johnson 13b. Straughan 2( Rev. Simmons 22; M. I. Clarke 6 for 42). Wanderer's lat innings. 13 without loaa. Y.rJW-C. VS. Central at Central Y.M.P.C.'s 1st innings.203 (Goddard 68. Mandevillc 48, Edghill 34. Burke 20; Andrew* 1 for 59, King 2 for 38). Central's 1st innings:— 40 fe 3' Hinds 17 noi out; Branckcr 2 tor 19). College vs. Leeward at Leeward College 1st innings:—72 (G Ath 48) and 2 for no wicket. Leeward 1st innings—86 (Griiiith 4 for 25. Batson 3 for 22). BrgUatan vs. Ledge at Ledge Lodge 1st innings:— 71 (C Pesvne 14, L. St. 111)1 11, C. Cuffle S for 13. C. Hoachford 2 for 7, J lilackman 2 for 4) and 9 for the loss of 1 wicket Rrdbtton 1st innings:—92 (C. Nnrtirove 23. C. Cuff ley 21; Walker K..M.1. Mriif.nl ci Mr s.i.iih b BrsArr Skimtn not 0U1 C",n„brrt-lrh CI WUHIfUon I ll-,,nkf>f btmM Ib-i I, Leg Brra 4 ,..!.. 1 I M. \". \l .-I8 lapse w.is due mainly lo lonn steady and c.fver bowling by the left arm Regiment -pinner R. Walls who look lh, %  <{ r %  wicket* for 16 runs In 11 tfrmt %  lad two balls. Re had the Cartion batsmci m two mlnri.v ., i (i i nr y %aere Wtiellie, tbev ihould ram the WaCkaf or stay m the crease and lie on the .1 Clarke medium t" fast also had n good upe'l anil ended up wiih an analysl* of l? oven, four maidens. 18 run*, (hree wickets. 1,. Brathw.iite and .1. Br.ilhwalte took on eswh At the md of play Regimen; had collected 115 runfor the loss of one wicket with the.r dinner A. Ihnuiel undefeolel with 67 run* and O, HeckV.15. The bMsmi.n nut was R Kit ton who scored eight. YM.P.C. V WINDWARDS T M 1l — 1ST INKING* M Sesl S 1 lOaMRMIK — 1ST INMKCiJ C lnnl** b SPartis H li.-ik.i tn W K ChM b e wid i N Phliilpa b C Wood in QJaagew in sut l C VI Baal} b CtsnlMrbairh 0 M Wilklnioci nol out l" Las •• loi.l fur a ma. %  BOWLING ANALIBIS OUR' s Pants ... I N MMUorS 4 1 11 aon.i BOWL1NO AHAtvan %  :>. SSwniWHi M t,nfi smHK i .irlfi rorda <;rimih "e-iy roiifl — It Klnch l S,l* b Itf.nk C Wood N Wool H SMIIB IBS %  MVNTAL MOsm *l AT BLACK BOCK WiBSirrn — I Ir.t In-i.n '. Ssata mt Allour Crtrr I'm In •on b Thorp* l M.xrr. b Wilt.liiir i. asunaar c Burro-" b KJ Krov.rbb ttrar Uirrii not out Robtraaoi. c A b Chor I'n.MiM b Csrlifr l'*llnoi. Ibw. b Todd Ksai-aAcld not out Xslrai It Morris c KnUJhl b Arcr-i i(inflMh not not %  Si tram Toiai nor I aassa CASLTON REGIMENT i v l i ..-. ~. 1ST INNINGS I llulchlnaon h Brxh*. >iur Msrihall t Rralhwjuie b Wtl V IStKkr r A b H..lh-.ll. I. Matthews nlpd Hihimirl. b Wal<< (. II a Mint: tpd iwfi l.bmMli b U .it. SUndford ( Clarkr b J • :-i k. v, Goodndcp ii.w b Clark* C Prtivnbi i. Warn. r. SUghgl b Clnrkr VlWha <-i not out A Whllr Stpd iwk Uhmarlb WalU ***** TOUI POOLE POTTERY la a wide Variety TB4 and (orrnE srts. WALL VASES. ORNAMENTS eft. V. De I 111 A A CO. LTD. 20 I1ROAD ST.. and ai Jl \KI\1 GABUBNS FILM SHOW THE BARBADOS AQCATIC CLl'B (Local and Visiting Members Only) Through the courtesy of lh British Council there will \ be a FILM SHOW in the Ballroom on Wedneoday. 3rd September at g.30 p.m. II icludes : Programn liriti.h New B l><-\ 'IM inn. n i of the English Town How to Improve Your Play (Tennis) and a Silent Movie of Charlie Chaplb. Members are cordially invited 2 9 52 —2n CALL IN AND SELECT YOUR MASTER PADLOCKS FROM PLANTATIONS LTD. II • •!#< Mupplff (mm slitrk thf fulli, II in,i Hnnli—n Mttfrial— Red Cedar Shingles No. 1 & 2 Corrugated Galv'd Sheets ('. 7'. 8'. \ Ill' it and 2* Oauee Corrugated Aluminum Sheets '. 7'. 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Iill I BABBADOS ADVOCATE BAF^^tA ADVOCATE Hmlli September 2. IS52 I III I I It AIM IN ilie Barbados Estimate I9U -i supplies tnd current %  -. .it $76,505. In addition $1,076,780 were estimated for subsidisation of foodstuffs The estimated cut of eontroli and nibaidlM during iiie current year totals $1.153.28.1. Jn A Fiscal S'irvrv ..i U.irbados, I'mI thai %  '.; will be out of ihe question to maintain commodity sub.sidies for min-!i lorujH or. anything approachinR their present seal ...id th.it the sooner they can be replaced by :.. lass costly to Government the better." The voters of Barbados 're entitled to expect that in face of this expert opinion tnment is already making plans to abolish subsidies. But the time seem* ripe for asking whether the government would not be justified in abolishing controls altogether. o( an islanj like Barbadoa n pi* M exports sugar i>\IM>A II IB It ntkM ihu umui.i. %  Hi Krirrlr* l§M\lrr action o* • mtwd rm. an hot** rcwti: in Dor• ,.,.,., ^ a „— ,„ ^^ Ths 1 am Chef is J poet, an artist. n-ch. arUcb DMHI aaal %  • or thai a hotse and cart mig!t d**assBB". The waiters are coura lorut sTaj frum london. As rV e Intend to travel south. Uen l tnc Pslacs, of San* Souci. I at had risen for the long | navr ; vmr **-,,(.„ can do 90 1< >s a brave man who dines there rives*, it b-T.rn.fl in i per.. live iot rniles an hour on a good road if 'thuut chaiudna; into a dinnei Baxter faaiMj to dwi.le no-one U looking. U would be 1**. l the wines are the I .i would go for a holiday fun to open, the throttle and let PJf**** progflny uf Use sun ami and the debate ranged over a her rip. But 1 had not allowed ln arrstpc. de territory. at we call lorries and which "Will it Kain 7 The natural tendency of BritNorth American.. caU trucks. On Only one shadow darkens the Ishers is to get off Oie island and ihc morning of our departure it Drightnesa of this paradise. k adventure on the Crnt.nent seemed that every lorry In ln#> Gleneagles is set between two but Mr. Butler, our Chancellor land nad decided to go North, langes nf hills and when BH >f Ihe Exchequer, is not In faTUam after time we would poke clouds hang low there la ratal. It .our of that He decided that CM 'he BOM of our car out. with she u the one topic of conversation would be the limit that any of absurd Idea of passing them. but among the golfers. The last word could take if we crossed the •" we did was to gain a hundred spoken at night Is "Will It rain %  0 and then settle down tomorrow"* The only answer Is the behind .some mor.lorries. Finally we got behind one thai was lightly larger truyi a house and The economy is comparatively g4m_ and Its by-products to pay tor most of its visible imports. It balances its apparent .idvi rac balance of trade by tourism, interests on uivt-tmenU overneas, remittances, and by attracting new capital from overseas. Before devaluation in 1949 liarbadoa was RuffcnnK from a control system worked out in London nrYrl applicable to all colonies or non-self-governing posseaaions of the British Crown. The denials of Sir Stafford Cripps which led to the refusal by the Financi.il Secretary of Barbados of the time to allow importers ;he full quotas of currency they requested for buying forward, cosi this island hundreds of thousands of dollars when sterling was finally devalued (despite Sir Stafford's denials). Many Instances were quoted at the time i I rising cost., of living in Barbados which were dircctlv attributable to the tact that British goods were more expensive than yoods obtainable in North America. Petty official obstructions such as refusal t > sanction the release of dollars for much needed hotel equipment obtainable in Canada were experienced by private individuals who for some reason or other byEassed the official channel of obtaining ard currency. After devaluation the British Government bowed gracefully to the storm of Canadian governmental protest and two instalments of the trade liberalization plan have since been tried, and found wanting To-day the United Kibgdom has completely reversed the trading position which existed it) Barbados durinu the war and which lasted until 1947. In 1948 and ever since Barbadian imports from Canada have drt>pped while imports from the United Kingdom which represented 26\8'; of the total Import trade in 1947 (as compared with 35'; from Canada) had risen t<> 46.6'i In 1950 (as compared with 14.5.J irum Canada). Only directives from Whitehall which were accepted by the government of Barbados could have been responsible for such n violent change in trade. But whereas the change in the direction of the Barbados import trade in the years between devaluation and March 1952 were acceptable on the logical grounds that the serious depreciation o' Harbadian currency eonseqaaaii on the devaluation of ii! did make bnlii-l. prices nnall. cheaper than North American (although l>\ i in means necessarily cheap in relation to JSaibadian currency) the edict of March 1952 reducing sterling allocations for purchasing of goods from Europe could only benefit the axporters of the United Kingdom at the expense of the consumers in Barbados Controls such as these which prove harmful to the economy of the island cannot be welcomed by anyone who puts tin interests of the Barbadian consumer before the interests Q| the United Kingdom. But while controls such as these damthej economy of Barbados directly there stems from the system of controls many indirect evils which though known and "experienced by individuals do not re ccive adequate attention from those* responsible for applying controls. Buying and ltuln£ whim once was a matter for arrangement between importers and exporters now involves many transactions which include buying of unused quotas to some firms, and the allocation of larger quotas to some lirms than they intend CO take up lully. Controls keep the big firms large and make it impossible for the young energetic and competent businessmen to develop their energies and bring down prices through competition. Importers will not tower rates from exportbecauM any profits accruing to them %  result are earmarked for the Comp trailers Adjustment account Controls, quotas, currency restrictions these three are eaUnfl into the tibreof Barbadian initiative and i-n.erprise and have brought its trade and commerce under control of .a deportment of government, thereby adding to the general cost of living. The consumei ol Barbadoa wbi posed to benefit from subsidies and controls is In fact not only paying through customs duties ;ind similar taxation the coat of the control department and ttw of suhsein n addition having to pay 'more for imports than he would if controls were abolished. This la the (hunt that hfj to be understood. When it is. there can he no doubt that the v, I >f controls and subsidies will be swept away bv pressure of public opinion. the better. Limel u proposition which h. iti .I.KI> deterrent effect ex,t for those pal.vnt toulw;i" • Aillin* to travel In a coach n a specially conducted tour. My sou and daughter solved r pseblan foy receiving an .'i tat loo from a French family Brittany. However, It did hing to solve the problem of •vile and myself. Thon Madam took the sltua' i ln hand. "Let's motor to | • %  it.d" she said "You are always arguing with the Scots avtf Home Rule, or the Stone of Destiny, or whether Ihe Queen %  hall DO caller! Elizabeth tbS .rul—Why nut go and Scots in their own ssstdBI ill. your father's people fi-'im Stifling, and my Mother was descended from the V Beth .Hid the M* I plashing founts ii: in the courtyard. It was drizzling when we left stayed there until we' "nocked off n / xt '" morm nf bul hwvy "clouds" M bUmford for lunch. We had 1 87 miles In four hours on the open road, which .•.lightly better than In the old (naching days, which progressing. converging. However. hook them off and soon we had entered the land ol magic — thai !ht H1 S nl a n ds ' Scotland. Is there In' """ .ill the world such a feast of colM was pleasant Inn. whs ou ^, — old Bnd *"*" nd purple' an old Ometerv opposite In a u 1 '' \ ne T,. 1 ravished by lovely rhurehyard. and we th lr beauty Mountain stream* were served with that English """ on ,hrlr w y. white billow.p..,4Hi>— tirrd thicken I don't ,n tlouda flirt with the noon know what makrs rhlekens %m •'* sun; black-faced sheep nibble %  ii In England. They look and the grass with complete disdain lagtsj like rather tender weed. ••>' the paving par, the lonely Ru' On chrrae w* food, which cottnge snuggles against the billino winder, brcanae we bad side. iii-l p.-.*.d throuih tho undent bloody battles have been fought town of SUIton. | n the Highlands. We passed CulTluit night, having shaken oft loden field where cruel Cumberthe lorries, we m*de good time rand xtained the name of England. 'fmcMt. und told h ir dilemma. Now. that was a lain so David b tha in fUb*e forct wluch refuses to i sjnl •• even the ezutence of r immovable mass. "You will come to Dornoch,' u\ i-ave everything to n.c" Hour by hour. trucli"i> him on the telephone. Road maps arrived with everything iiiinerlitntl. outlmiil and overned. A double room would be /ultlng for us >>t such and such ID hetol ui Bo rough n bridge on lira! nigh I of our journey re still arguing the mat* ,"* U P ]" v,, '> f r W* P-*sed Barniotkburn which when I ran Into Sir David no .**' *"*" %  % %  h f a ver> mi Still spreads Its magic upon manfaon. who Is the Tory MR f"' \'"\ ,, f '" t ow 'J9 m n *L!""'nd. But there is no magic in the Sr^id^ir^z^K ssr w hlfh arv hard %  %  *! ZaXttZB S? Irs/SS V-' • newer, in the w.r. ing verv much l>ettor in Scot ow rr^ round Uie door. Nt land" said inv wife. They underW ta "'* hard in the Highlands sHind f.-xl better north of the but I suspect that the Scot is proud Bordtl of %  nd w "' not dissemble. The:.' In bed that nlghi I read Oscar •" hardly a cottage in the AuMna.i l)e Profundiii" but even Alps that is not lu-tered with It seemed to hove kwl its flavour lowers, but the Highland leM Now. let ua put away our livea In granite and takes on its grumblings and admit that motorunyielding character. Ing across the Yorkshire Moors. Yet they are pmudlv courteous .,~ nl with Mie Scots, in fact it Is im possible to do anything else, but K i rhftre he and his wife were tayitig. All we had to do was to .it the car out of our garage und ., : ir. a) Leedoaj to ihe North. liy that time 1 |nu %  >( BO mot I ortance tflan, an innocent i>ertator in %  gangster raid. All Bad passed from my i" ihis Celtii combination %  f Uaedd and my wifi %  nvevor, vintu i.ii' of possible %  in'ing out to Mrs Baxter that t ill forms of trans port nl ion, i.nid n hort distance motorU %  most dis.,mrccuble. At Top ul Scotland" A ship U a travelling luxury HOI, .HI aeroplane i* Uuli but MI ulaies distance, raids totflM ana can rttMji tin..ugh UM rolling the outside tragedy of the Highlands Pae %  eneratlon after cenerallon, the '•Mm, III. ii aeeklnc a largerj Hfe. have gone away across the! seas. They have herome husbands and fathers In every! country In the world whllr thr lrls Uiry weald have married work In the mills and dream of the children they will never have. In the long wars ^gainst En_-.ncl tho Scots died In their there Is magic la the very word thousands and tens of thousands "Scotland." I n the wars ngainst Napoleon, the Is there any country whose sons Kaiser and Hitlerthey sent the train hmvr hppn awarded no little at flower of their manhood to be J uu home and have given so much to CU | down bv the cruel scythe of irld? One does not battle. v. ny not take an expect gratitude from Russia, yet There are old people, there are II uglil lcvpvi 1 uked, "Wo even the Bolsheviks might reyoung women and there ore chiluid be in Dornoch befoie member that Scots soldiers fought dren in the Highlands, but the .in i. And anyway what do you for Ivan She Terrible In the loth young men are few .iow about Dornoch? In all Century and helped him to put | rs-,— h ie.-e yean h.ivc been mardown u-altors at home and enerw,rnorh ir.hln.-,i !" ,,i 1 have never known you to mies abroad. There were four ^JSSJl^SSS rC^S any longing lor Dornoch. Scots at the Court of Peter the 5^5* sS^^SiTg I do not believe (bat C;reat who did so much to c.viliw. fgnSB -1 !" iT^ZJ av S! nek i. pi.it %  "li's right .it The lup of Scolchc Ihc %  '"MuKOViUIh.. one of ,hrm """ %  ""' <^ m ,**?*" wu called "Father of Russian w ater and the hotel i, a foil ....._,. ......... .. rf ani> ther, named eourae which touches perfecting r,"" 1 "^ *','f' ."; '. ,"'". Rruc" had a street nained after nd humble, the vanity of wan. ..-tiled Ihe matter. II it had been "'"". ji" w David Hobertton has u out on 1 the bottom ol Scotland, or In "',[ ',", omlc | pa „. W e are still the link, at nine In the mornln. mi,!,.-, or on either sid.. Y k „ „|, nouah h e lorries and rwhe. tn oft ln hi. car in he would no doubt have beet ||u| ,„,, artd and the %  ftemoon to see a roarln. illinil lo dlsrusa the matter. But ^ ^ r jj Joln(1 con! |Ment 50 caUract of water with salmon .. wu right at the top. there ml N m h(|ur M we mako ( oi tha leaping in Ihe air determined to nothing more to be said. Border. We pas. Carlylc's birththwart the anonof the falls. Or an Wednesday morning. p|aM whlch |,_ o( murse. ndicuhe will take us lo the Highland B-r car was b.ukcd out of the lou why not stop and have a Games or the big sheep sale. At Tn ge. gorged with jictrul and loot, at the house that ushered into night he wears tho kilt and leap, i suitcases to last the world trial cantankerous Into the air with barbaric cries i im montbt, I have never genius who broadened the horius he dances the reel* UMrtialood the mystery uf ,„ n of the human mind. That. We are so far north that It is ..Mien cloth.-*. When worn, however, is the curse of motor, elmoat the land of the midnight BDMr to weigh a few Ing. you surrender your soul to sun. Daylight last, until nearly Minces, bul when packed for the Internal combustion engine eleven o'clock at night when ,. | tain up u much and become %  slave of speed. England Is in darkness at eight, ., grand piano and weigh What Is the hurry' S^" 1 !" The clouds are as white and full %  n-.-s nor can wall. So can Sir DavM a „ c -„„, ublc t^,, p,, nU ^ h m However, there is an .ndoubtRobertson. Yet we hurl ourselves m it forgot to take them away. I exhilaration about iking to past Carlyle. having seen no or, Sunday we wmX to cnurcn he open road. II brings back Ihe more than a sign telling us mat nnd hcjrd doul!hlJ xrmm by days ol Ihe Stag,Coach, when no was born there. h Minister. Today on the goU i, ll.-rput in at a wayside t.retna Gretl course, still clad in clerical garb, in frr a merry meal served bv The same thing happened at the he cured my wire", slice and Ii > beaming host with pretty Scottish Border Here was going to partner her in Saturday's Hilda llultrring about, and good Oretna Green, that wyde shrine two ball foursomes Nest Sunday ash it down. This dedicated to runaway marriage. „ 1MC wm lie n0 ,, >nd w(1 There was a neat sign on a white wlrn us ag lri o( lhe „.„ ,„ mcn ,, shed, marked "Man-Inge parlour hpnrt,, Hnd trM nePrt lo hve a clMll or words to that effect, nut did .. |||( „j mK j,, (,f ( we pauseA. a IJ">; Well, that Is 'all I have to tell 1 should have got eut and married Thcn „ „„„„,.„! lfnl my wife again, dc.plte the fact ncan „ ,„ £t I. there vuw£&£ 5fe -^ :-eCrm?„rd"w'uT,r': That BUM wo put up at the IO ll >'" Highlands with Us yellow luxurloui. Cleneasles Hotel which K>rsc utvd purple Ivoather. and I f Yorkshire and wen! s ow ned by the Nationalised w" hear again the enchantment furlhci. bul now I underBritish Hailwav-i It h.is two %  ( ihe Scuuish vol.v with its In the far off years, the ,, olf coupes and in the courtyard music .md %  ->—sjwa a vl %  rsunwn1 'MI i wn roads ihe,-,. | 4 a fountain sh-il sptashe" tativenessl tinisjHampttM that it wa dav and niht so that if tt is not And In my mind's eye I shall v ,v iriffli only. It never raining It sounds as If It is. *re the granite villasjtt, with their lo occur lo them that There are no tired chickens at memories, their grim courage, and ft-rrebody mfuhl want to return. Gleneagles and nt even the sugtheir solitude set In tne hilta. A-ill be. when we a Ion .md got on lb The tireut North R*ad t least out of LonGreat North he Great North Road! There inmlc la the words. The 11 had on it win Dfl their n-iuiuennK civilm • %  ;on I always wo;ith*'v stopped at the asss? Ilfrl. Our H. .MI i s Say : ti .liwm!r Thr >i/u< i :,tl Mhlah-H Mm To the Mitor. the AJrocolc. Sir. — Having resid in your 'Sunday Advocate' of a week .io. under the he.*dint "Harold Webstet. Pioneer of Weighl LlftttUJ," by Edwin Rogers. I feel :l my duly to point out a few Rogers. I-hysical CulUirist Chrlatjsn, tried to deter tne. but I could not see I am colou T> 'he Editc. The -4di-ocolo— blind — why hum.itt beings like s:R.—The fact that "Chrisunn" n-yiclf should be treated What I wroto about the than cattle, why they should be u Class convinces me that he deprived of that which was theirs (ietiiiis to 'M U mt aimnu, the SQUEEZED. How by right. As I am %  (,.• know what some of us are I am glad to art iha irvulution how does Mr. Pogsyrs get the 11•. %  ring? that has Ukcn plico in the menIdea that Mr. Webster is, UJ*. Having managed to escape the tality of the pisntorracy of this Pioneer of Weight Lifting when by whatever means Christian island. 1 am glad to see the grand long before Mr. Webster's time > to his unfortunate brothe change that has occurred in the there have been some very dlsBl ^ where you are. brother, lot of the agricw.-.ural labourer of languished persona'.itiea in thf iiggle. don't raise a hand this country. I ..m not *tt aatia. Uftlng same. as. N. Ovid (Bison) to I elp yourself, that's where Gr-J fled. What I want Ut see now is Albert Hunte George ^jofnen. to bo ihut r-oui eye proper guidance being given to i** 0 undewtand taught ti ht and all will be well." What him. It hurts my -*art to see him WelM in ostrich* This Is what he Calls being mnde n tool Where will it 'i .Ml end? Inarty yea-s ago Christian gave that same advice. It was a Ju > ;>d thing in?, /rom an ,, ^ Gotrl Bode, and several oUicrs who have done lot to keep Weight Lifting on the Map of Barbados, i I fought for th. downW1 "> %  <>• res.P^t to Mr. NO BIAS HERE 11% K I SMVTHIKS THIS article is prompted by the desire to correct go far as possible, the mistaken idea expressed in a letter publish-^ in tho Ad\nrjttm of August 27th. over the M^nature 'Mrs. American.' As a Canadian who has liv-d in Barbados for the past six years. I am under the impression that Americans in general are deservedly popular here, and I have certain ly never noticed any indication whatever to the contrary, in the local Press or elsewhere, and bias against them hi noticeably absent. Tne bit about Teenagers was not an expression of editorial opinion a 1 all. but rather .i swidlcated column from the pen of an dividual journalist in England, which was presumably thought to be of sufficient topical interest to warrant printing in the Advocate. J will admit I read it myself with some amusement. Having read the Advocate every day it has been.published since I have been here, I have come to have a considerable respect for the editorial policy consistently pursued, of keeping its columns open to all shades of opinion on controversial subjects, barring only matter that might be subversive, or offensive to the readers of a respectable family journal. One thing the people of any country are surely entitled to have their own Ideas about, should be the best methods of bringing up their own children, and on this subject the ideas of American and British people have certain differences, mainly in the discipline expected and the freedom of relf-expression allowed them before they become self-supporting and therefore independent. It is not my purpose here to argue that one sysiem is better than the olher. though I have had unusual opportunity to observe both at work, and the results thereof as demonstrated in the behaviour of the adult citizen under all manner of circumstances, in both peace and war. FREEDOM OF PRESS The essential point is that both Americans and British' regard complete freedom of the press as fundamental to their way of life, berty and happiness. And that means freedom to comment critically on things of which we disapprove, though it is of course best to nv :d being unnecessarily offensive to others when we 'riticise. In the oast forty years I have been in the United States frequently, sometfmes for ninths dt a stretch, and have read more articles than I like to think about that were violently anti-British in tone. I refer particularly to Ihe sort of vitriolic propaganda published in papers owned by such magnates of the press as the late William Randolph Hearst, or Colonel McCormick of Chicago. No reasonable person objects to fair criticism, courteously expressed, but I believe it can be accurately said that all British people and many Americans have w mdered at times what could be the real motive behind the lite-long efforts of these two men to promote r.ad feeling between their own country and Great Britain. In biographical bits about Colonel McCormick I have read that he went to school at Eton, and I sometimes, wonder If his experiences there had the effect of imbuing him with his strong anti British bias. The boys schools of which Eton is the largest and best known have a tendency to keep up old customs and traditions, some of which might well seem extremely odd to an American youngster, especially if his earlier life had not been calculated to prepare him for them. In plain words he might have a very tough time there until he adapted himself, which some might not manage to do at all. It could be a mistake of well-meaning parents to send a boy to such a school without suitable preparation beforehand. I count Americans among actffW of my best and oldest friends, and at times in the past have discussed with them the question of bringing up children. I know some of them have been concerned about the possible results to their own youngsters, of following the popular craze for crowdirtg the maximum amount of pleasure, and 'having a good time' into the years of adolescence. It is apparently based on the mistaken notion that after adolescence life will be grim and bleak and old age will come soon and be miserable. All parents are up against the fact that it is not practicable for them to set a standard ..f discipline and deportment for their own children, that differs very much from that set by the parents of the youngster's with whom their own associate in school or at play. BOARDING SCHOOLS %  fa Britain the great majority of parents who can afford it send their boys and girls to boarding schools. One advantage of the system is that all are treated alike and expected to conform to the standards of the school, and no nonsense about it. Some of my American friends have at first been opposed to the idea of turnim; their youngsters over to a boarding school, but iftcr trying to cope with the problems themselves for a time, have decided to give it a trial with happy results. In matters like this. Cannda is usuallv somewhere between the two countries and that applies I think to educating the young. By that I mean that Canadian youngsters have rather more freedom and less discipline at an early age than their British counterparts, and somewhat less freedom and more discipline than Americans. It seems worthy of note that tJ e n,'P about the big brown eyes and tiny mind, came from the pen of an American writer who enjoys a considerable popularity on both sides of the Atlantic. Mentally immature adolescents may be found in any country of course, and in these times the main difference between the American and his or her British counteruart is ptohably that the latter is kept at nome by currency restrictions. It is also true that at any time the British youth does not have so much pocket money, or the unrestricted use of the familv automobiles, and is therefore less devastating if only bv reason of having far less scope. I sincerely hope that 'Mrs. American* will TllbliAY SE PTrnhfBPl 1. \U1 -THE GOLDEN VOICE NV KSERY RECORD BOOK" tells tho storv vrrtk Songs and afufk on a gramophone record to help you read it In tho Btiok. &f .ADVOCATE STATIONERY •tprasf Ovrn Ware with Cavers In tare* SBM Sandwich Plates Frail Dlaa*s l usuu-d Bowh Coasters l^mowadr Caps Olssisas (both Dersratrd or Plata, Srrrw Cap Glass Jars <1 or 1 sal.) a s. I naldairr HaulrPITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 MOYGASHEL I did arth^d It Com.^^.rjcu. ; u,a,l.brr r forty JJ***-,S^l,""^", ^J, ,e St assured that the article to which she takes ." %  *—* .*** !" „Tli !" .te? tto SH-A. • •'" h *"HM t" ">'! exception should not be taken too srrlouslv. i In my feeble "W '"•'*-•' ~sv~ •-"'„„,,. .„,,„ lu „| y fi, aoM „, solemn .rotest 7 !" <?!,'. .iosery. It. m way tor the downe dark Banta Afric7n Cam And none shall aay me NAYHeaping,' Mr. Roam, .ig in this C" H. ROCK. gee this point, sugar MsM P a i a d l c. You, -Rockcrest", Olstin 11,!' PHYSICAL Ct'LTVRIST. but rather as just a piece of cood clean journalistic fun W all believe in freedom of speech and the press and so on, and it must work both ways if it is to work at all. DRESS LINENS Patterned & Plain These delightful materials! There is no fabric quite like MOYGASHEL. Our new shipment is a riot of colour and includes the 'hard to get* colours, and Black! • WHITE • BLACK S MARINA GREEN & OLD GOLD • NAVY • BISCUIT GOLD It POWDER BLUE Da Costa & Co., Ltd. JAMS! JAMS!! For TheCUMrM JAMS WITH J. R. BRKAI> Fit Jam iv iii Jam Apricot Jam Plum Jam I'satson Jam Aarhor Hun. i Custard Powa>r 4 oi., 8 os.. IS os. .In-i Arrived Prarl Bsrlry In tins Ice Cream Mis Van. and Smiw-lwrrv Flavour Frull Salad it cellophane Pks*. Cod lUcs In tlas 1'rrsh ri.in.ior-. S p-fciils Carrols— t9c. per lb Anrhor Cttsrsr '-•lb pkc 44c. CARR'S CAfftU Use first name la Bfernhs ANCHOR Use first name la Butter CIGARETTES CRAVEN A she Brst In Cla-srettes GOLD BRAID the first In Ram STOUT



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


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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER I, 1W BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBBE U.S. Scientist To Study W.I. Maize Trials Carried Out For Merits Of Varieties PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 1. INVESTIGATIONS on maize and maize cultivation %  It going on in several islands—Antigua. Jamaica. Puerto Rico St. Vincent to mention a few. In St. Vincent experiments were made in crossing local types with Jamaican vanetie*. In Jamaica trials were earned out to determine Ihe relative merits of three varieties grown in Jamaica in different localities. Puerto Rico was als-i uilerealed in ^creasing the yield of native corn by selection and hybridisation --..\. SI IMII.IIIWIIII VIKIN SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC U MV UU.ria Vlai.a I m SpM *.. a. •> i %  ..., Tin* 3.IM in. H.IIHT,I..( from Trmutid OB Coala A OS l Sen Al L-.I. M Una UtriN I. iilllwit*. from St LWM, ,-on-tn.d I, %  •ehoourf Owner. 1 AunrUli.xi as Weiefcanl (.Ml inn.. Mciri Slaughter from l-> ,*.. %  %  "IV S Innn Ulrr 1 Tlrtd Amth'Mil S*h ' M Tannla. S3 TannU from Trinidad mn M tot Si Vine**! He*. rr*nii t - sou its V Saaumll PICTURE above .howrn one of tb Trans Canada Airll %  .•Lock Dead Super Coi.stelIstS.eonThe Company ha> order^- ihrouah th* .ntermediary of the inai AndviMin • rasa lii.l... II.I .\. a .M N. 1-aimirhM-l A ..hrahani A. Cwttl (umbeibNtm I H-.I.. K KH.han kau, j. KI ...all A It A Ulft %  H .... K Seoii i, s,.,ti I tnusrt, it SKuan, K Ral I Kln lm > O Hun). < II.,.., • %  • %  > r U~IH liaUnl >i , •V Beta lliiaa.i ZahaUn. Kahalmi raatiaaav, tmtmmn, tkmhn i Thefts Reported usually done. He said that in case of fli person should dial 0? rial tad A flfc-toii airliner, the Supc i %  "ii'-tc*iiat!on hai n take-on i centres of imlustry. He wait of the opinion that from a technical and industrial *tnnrkooint, Trinidad showed greaat promise. Four thefU involving over F cv TO HKI) Among the pgacaj S20O were reported to the POifca EASY WJ^^ p<1 ^ the" Carth U vict> it Is SB i^wnp'is MONTREAL. Auicnst 26. * TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES has otsftrtd Uw ndciitinnnl 1/A-kheed Super Cnnstellations. hrinifirw tn i. H J*" eight the number of aircraft of this type u Urt, ,i bv the atur airline for servic %  on international rOUt£ it w.i.s innoUDO 1 t't'lny by the etimpany's president, (1 R MOGrCflOr. % %  w %  The first Super Constellation will he delivere.l Utl iTttomT'ti". in 195.1, with all eiht aircraft slaietl for setviee to Euro] e '"*V" ,n j J and the Caribbean by mid-1954. Tins will peimit tie company to increase its passenger capariiv h\ appro) ,., 1,,-M.a^ai""."" mately 150', on the North Atlantic with FWpei Const* lions, and 37'. domestically on North American sjarvfci K .' H M,'. with the release of North Star aircraft presentlv asslenrd to international routes r-iictorv the w *"'** lt of iSS.ooo pounds, approx• tvtlt^i* B inuitt.ly 53.(H)0 itotiiKN more tban *n>un^.4i .|,_ M.^41, vt„Ti,„ %  „,,. ^^.^-.H Ituitdiitg llrohvti Ami Kntvrvd I ... -I I .rM—Sill •l|IU i Mn.iplai.il r> tlun i .>. C John . %  -I i Blreh.fi "itrli Talialan. Ba) D M>ni|iUi>II %  at TrlnlSa* *Hh Aail W li.iaari.wm II (irinitl < C.k.n. a v imi/ pn>perty of Albert Wooding of Cheapslde. St. Michael, w a l Holm from Wooding-a raaidence j;;^^ ^ Ifio^rnake, gttop ^ i..imetirai' between Tuesday and "J" rv ;,_,, _,.„. hP do*s or Dcpartmen Sunday. P ffi *t&l7tiSr fFT^ ,Q "* P—*"**'* P'* HBliaT pMI ,„ M.-Creg.., StieH J. Ph...,. lirl John Hackett of Pine T ? T^L 2? ^^ The Government Analyst of non-stop Montreal-l-mdon. with 1 ^g M% '1 RfTrf" Pbntation St. Michael, reported p^ stripe ResUurant also carTrinidad Dr. Oreaves*. Is an Old fuel rmafor yet anothe, 650 it ., P pcurs that a partition bt,.', r ;'„' u ^'i^ that a fountain pen valued 0 rie !" ?,,ST This ResUurant prolarr'snnlan and it v^x, >nterestrollear W.lh th.< p-iw,-, and raaam ... Bag **?** *a stolen f rom Uie motor car JJdg, i?nchrs and leas for (!> _ note. Mr.Carrr* aeh.iel said, the Super Constellation is capable Advocate Co. Lid. and the offleS j OVER the week-end tonU Hi it in trans-Atlantic ser,, .,. l( vw K .-i P able to enter I ie ^-';'" A h '"' ^ capable of currying uj bulI(lin|[ „f the Lynch Trust Co plus baggage pn „, n MeC.rewi.i SI...-1 M—433 while it was parked in members of the force. Shepherd Street. Citv. on Sunday. Twenty-nine dollars was stolf nnrt ChitrtYffl en from Jamr-s Ucori'h of White L^OU IjIMtrgtH HiU. Ucorish told the IV that the money was P. l.yncli was broke his shirt pocket while he m asleep at the George Wasliingtoi Club, Hillaby. St. Andrew, be tween 10.00 p.m. on Saturda; and 4.00 a.m. on Sunday. that three of the (our Qovern. ,>f eirvUtlg the fwrth. ia<>pi>ing ..f \i ment Analysts In t fie British n \ y 5< V en times to refutl West Indies were Old HarrisonOne of the world's largest and The breaking wag dig lans. fnstapsrt transport*, the Super ( %  %  %  %  '""ing and the Poll* ;• The Trinidad Government I^bs ,eii tf Uofi is 18 fc-l l..nge, than oratory, he concluded. was much IriC prWrnt Constellation, measurikenXn With Wounding ; WJ. ft* W*—"5!*.5 t PiU" Stuart of Fairfleld. St. c h a rged by Case Adjourned The case lo which Louise Leon .rf Cheapsidc. St. Michael. .. 24 including %  aOeputy nnd Wltll Assistant Government. Analyst. •ing span of 123 feet police with Michael, reported that four fowl* ^undmg Oscar Walkes of Kenvalued 35.48 were stolen from 4 ( n gt 0 n New Road with a broken his enclosed yard between 3.00 ^yp wa adjourned by Hi* am and 7.00 a.m on Saturday. Worship Mr G B. Griffllh, ActInjured In Fall From Bicycle Mle.1 .1. The. ....tigaling the matter. war. J gsssuasst cruisalng speed of 340 miles per lirmr will enable the aircraft to My t*c difttlMM bsHwgatU Mciilri.. 1 und London in 11)1 Ikoun I. employing exl to isft. nrate gre;iter [tower thniugli turlutic Installations, the four new Wright "compound" ein:r Venture, deliver 3.150 h.p. each. The ii,_ tf^*^BtX''rtf"rnstrict st John wa mjure-d whec ho uiri-raft is structurally designed to ". ^ m sSSS2r 1 ,0 from hi "Icyclaai whk* he U8MB turlxt-propello, power ptanu 32 ,s ssttasr ,he <— •-• s — '-"••" Omcr Griffllh ol Coodluid. WTjIkcs told the Court thai whi „,„, St Michael. •.. Uker, to th. KT wa. at a danc. ; on _Au.^ M. .^fj^ ,'^ d ^ l w f :.'""' """' bu '" %  """• laTome Tomorrow '.. "the embankmeiu .a ,i fell. The front fork. h*F*jJ lamp nnrl Membcm of the L %  heel Of the bicyclewere damuttundvd the Coi)fwrenc< Detained In Hospital %  disagreement arose General Hospital sclous condition on morning and detained. Griffith, a pedestrian, was inbroken b#| !" !" \^J£S? volved In an acrident with a his chin with It lie then ropor.Mcycle ridden by .Alexander cd the m atter to ,h>ro i.ee. Miehle." f Gar, fti TROJAN UNDER REPAIRS In/ant's Inxqueet Fixed For Sept. 3 West Indian Uarruters in Trundud an cxiKitcu lo return horn-' lo-morn.w. Those WHO ttie* Conference were Mi .1 I T. sBranrkei. Mr U II L. Ward ,.:.. i Mr. h W Ban-uw. longing to Messrs. Da CosU !" *,hr eiductnr will gin Co. Ltd.. has been hauled up for Pj !" nd three cents major rcp-urs which should have ieen carried < Many of the timbers I-ABOURER FINED 201Scalcy. allu Courtno lubount of Hall. Road. Til* inquest coi^.Tnlnn the thrco death ol Monokn Irnthraitc. a t th. 19-monui-old infar-t of IIOIIK hanje. ^oad. SI Michael. ms flMd yoMlohad. KM fined 20 by II A conductor laid yelterday tli.t. erday hy Ilia Worsl ap. Mr. E. A. Worship Mr G. B. Grimth in 1 been carried out since May u „.„„ ,„„, by ^ ,,„,. , vLr)d p„||„. Cr...i.T of Di.tr.cl ,J month-. Impri.n. J h " ,hr "' "" u re,d ? and .*• ,or WM "<^*'>'September m< J jt W||h hnld ]nbour or ,„,, taken out and replan-J by nev. making uen change, the person J i,rlwfiil nosscMloti of a quantlmbtn. and Ihe bottom Kill be „ mU „.„ ,„„ f„r„ ,el, for BmhKalte . taaken to Ujo Stv Teor^nca! which he mi .craped and minor repairs r,ture .reasons. Ceneral lloapitol era Aujut '">' !" ''",^„„7 r lri hlw sire.-, effected. He .aid lhal If he ve him four sufTerlnn *rom burn, on her •" rT >^ n ",.,,?" JhraJVa 11 „ The Trajan which was in serpenne. and a cent liutead. on .tomach. but she .1*^1 mo dayr on Auwat SI about '•• %  £ vie,, dhc. 192*. at on. of tk. another oec.on he would himl.ler The pm, mortem aarnlaa„,5^' *'%JSF*', ,SchS Z olde-t ,„„„ch M in the c.ro. .,, h^ve trouble-, eo,„, Into h, jgfj>S*^S^mS fiErtS^ S^JK*. K" '""^ I YOU, too, can have a FIGURE MEN ADMIRE •as an pants* am HasW aad %  minis "A %  •SfcoaM an. aaMas ot Kra-t On %  bo-ila of SaV (-• .a wan oa ih. SUI M| .„ i,-S,Mi*>c s*BABY IN THE TROPICS NLEDS EXTRA RESISTANCE TO TRYING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS Give him GLUCOSE with VITAMIN D by Savory Jt Moore Ltd., London ConiaininR Glucose. Calcium Glycero phosphate and tasteless fish-liver oil. thiss fine body builder mixed in baby's feeds* and %  t>nnkled over his cereal, will keep* him strong and happy always. to*Y .,*' *. oott'* 1*1*** |BS*V'' %  ssa ^.„: |* :i .. % % %  3 Sole \ :enti covering all the.-. YOUR NEEDS. IVIMI.V.riO.VU. THADI.Vl. I O IIIMMI \ I %  OK I I l. Trl. .1(MI i aava not tatted i i gj B (Ufa .1 trtal in H0l. You v ill find ihem la i1Hiaom. so ^u^tal^lne Thrirex^ing qutdtgsS and dunniii%hr hi aid l A —ifi <-—/ ^asssfsi s*s Always a time ia\er.,A i Save aj] ways with this BIG CAPACITY VAN! Han Is s .ifii.c.v vsn I&M ,% u iicicdld for ihe wsswaaVaal I %  i, ing of many (fpri M goods Handling it easier because of ,. .LUni viaihUiiY for ihe Jri.et i Uuiall ttniiinK.inlr. IHi.tf"* CSh fined mh tlolmfl '.-.n a Bresi asfrty atiJ lime aaving i' .fine I argci load >a. in lit i... 150 .uhK feet • Left or i i|hi hand Jriw. Wide i-pemng ieat duors and ksSf l*acUng line %  Wl lime on tolle.tlMi and •..>'iv I'aai M.irf i. ( .-inf r. M MORRIS CDMMME.AI I Oil I IIOVAl I.AIIAI.i: LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUtributor. Phone 4504 W*tta • Hake this PJPSODfHT mirror tr\l skLook al the difference IVpsodcni makes to your siniK That's bet-air %  : Pcpsodi-nt contains a special ingredient called Inum, it gets rid f dull film on your teeth —nakcs them wonderfully whit* In just one ictck your teeth Ix-comc brighter, whiter than ever before. J. L. l-inlon High Street. ..I, ulympi* Pharmacy. Emoire Pharmacy, Tudor Street. 11 I Hutson. rudor Strce:. Rock's Drug Store. Tudor Street. Stocked by:A. F. Jrne, High Street. P. A, Clarke, Cosrr.M>oUtar. K V Worm. R*^ouck Bl '" ^" ,k 1 ''"*? St r* rt Pharmscy. H E Pilgrim, JTogressivr Phiirr s '" n Sw " Mrrrt Stoutt'* Drug Store. Boebuck St macy. Nelsz*^i Street Hlnes 4 Co, Roebuck Street C C. Brown*, Roebuck Street. Standard Phnrrr. acr, Tvveedsittas Had. A. A. Browne, Eagle Hall. t „..t* roeeiOMr—Sm-. %  nirrof — lake a nuod look •i jour leelh MtST —Clean y.ur I'fih taah Ptoaudeni. I> ihit in..ilinn and %  SSSBBBBSJ Polish l make your home glitter and KIOW. from shining floors to rich, mellow woodwork in your furniture, or smoothly coated Tile*, to a mirror plated Car Rnlih. the BCCF velection is top*, in quality and variety. At least, this is our thought, and after you have sampled our stock. we'll think alike! HAHHAUOS CO-OP. COTTON FACTORY M.TO. r



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