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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Appeal — 10.00 a.m. Total rainfall Gor the moni: 4 of an
Police Courts — 10,00 a.m fall . ci
Rainfall from Codttfigton: Nii
Mobile Cinema show at Westmoreland Highest Temperature: 98.5" F.
Plantation Yard, St. James 7.30

Lowest Temperature: 72.5°F.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.964; (3 p.m.) 29.880
High Tide: 12.45 p m,

Low Tide:

p-m.

Police Band at Revuedeville Show at
Empire Theatre — 8.30 p.m.

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

And the Good that I can do,

6.22 am.,



Har bares

ESTABLISHED 1895

Advocate



Sunrise: 5.49 a.m.
Sunset:
Lighting
High Tide
Low Tide

6.12 p.m,
7.00 pum
12.15 p.m.
5.52 awn. and 5.18 p.m.

i ——
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

FRIDAY,

SEPTEMBER 5,

1952

PRICE : FIVE CENTS
SEA.SIDE







AT THE



Farmers
Break World

' Wheat Record:

! NORFOLK, Sept. 4.
|. Three farming brothers
‘have produced what is believed
|to be a world record wheat .
On an eight decimal 96 acre
on their small farm they have
grown 630 hundredweight of
wheat an average of 70.56
hundredweight an acre,

The brothers are John, George
and William. Turrell.

U.K. Talks On W.I. Federation
Likely To Be Held Next Year

Internal Affairs jJury In U.S. Oil







Hurricane
Heads For U.S.

Florida, Sept. 4.
..Atlantic hurricane “Bakes”





Case Adjourns



flinging 110 mile an hour
winds early Thursday roared
along its “potentially danger-
ous” course toward the United
States mainland. The Miami
Weather Burean at 5 am.
located the centre of the
year’s second big blow about
700 miles east, southeast of
Jacksonville, Florida.

The Weather Bureau said
that the hurricane was travel-
ling 12 to 14 miles an hour
in a northwesterly direction
heading towards the lower
seaboard area of the United
States.

Weathermen predicted that
it would continue along this
course for at least the next
few hours. The Weather
Bureau in its early report
estimated winds at 100 miles
an hour and said hurricane
farce winds of 75 miles an
hour extended outward 75

miles north and east of its
centre.—U.P.



12 Killed

In Explosion

MARSEILLES, Sept. 4.

Twelve persons were officially
reported killed and 40 injured in
a soap and oil factory explosion
which shook this city last night,
but it is believed that the death
toll will rise to at least 20 as
rescue workers shovelled through

the debris.

Rescue workers
piles of rubble
night under
lights trying

swarmed

the glare
to
and oil

Soap factory

ing districts.

Among the dead are one man
and one woman who were killed
when the ceiling of their bed-
room crashed down on top of
them, The authorities said that
some of the persons injured were

yethve- blaz-
it was feared
they would not live through the

so se¢riously bu
ing inferno that

day.

Judge Jacques Dumont of Mar-
seilles was ordered by the Ministry
ef the Interior to open investiga-
tion into the causes of the blast.
The Surete National also will co-
in the probe. Looters
robbed
apartments
when
dwellers rushed out to

operation
were

several
during
nearby
give aid or take refuge.—U.P,

to have
and
catastrophe,

reported
homes
the



Belgian Minister
Of Justice Resigns

BRUSSELS, Sept. 4.
The storm of criticism over the
reprieve of two notorious war
criminals appeared to have abated
after the resignation of Justice

Minister Joseph Pholien.

Pholien, who recommended the
reprieve of ex-concentration camp
guard Richard De Bodt and Nazi
police chief Acrin Van Coppenolle,
quit during a four and a half hour
cabinet meeting called by Prime

Mininster Jean Van Houtte.

The resignation was approved
Baudouin
on the advice of the Prime Min-
ister, who interrupted his vacation
in Africa to hurry back as public
indignation mounted. A successor

immediately by King

has not been named.

As a result of Pholien’s resig-
nation, the issue of the reprieves
will probably not be raised in
Parliament — a step that might
have toppled the eight month old
Catholic Christian Social Cabinet.

The Government was not certai!
that Pholien’s resignation had com-
pletely pacified public one.



Four Killed
In Plane Crash

MADRID, Sept. 4.

A light plane in which the pilot,
Lieutenant Jose Laca, was taking
his wife for a flight Crashed near
Torrelavega in the Santady prov-
ince today killing them and two
Lieutenant Laca,
and a
soldier were killed outright. Senora

other occupants.
a civilian photographer,
Laca died soon afterwards
hospital. —U.P.

——



PANTHER JET

|, ODIFIED TO SERVE fi

tint Ve



Till Sept. 11

WASHINGTON, Sept, 4
The special grand jury investi- |
gating the alleged internation»! |
oil cartel in which five Americ: |
and two British.companies wé" |

tember 11. Leonard Emmerglicl!

over
throughout the
of are
retrieve bodies
after the terriffic explosion in the
which
destroyed the works and damaged
some 40 houses in the surround-

Ste





(ee

12 MIG’s
Shot Down

SEOUL, Sepi. 4.

American Sabrejets tangle
head-on with the Communist aii
force and shoc down twelve
Russian-built MIG 15 jets and
damaged ancther three. One
allied Sabrejet pilot was forced
to bail out over neutral territory.
The pilot sent a message that his
instruments were out, plane
damaged and fuel exhausted.

First reports from the Fiftn
Air Force did not say where th
battle took place, but presumed
that it was in the corridor lead-
ing south from the Red air base
at Antung, Manchuria, into
North Korea.

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 4.
ation will almost certainly be held over until next year,
it was learned today.. The suggestion of the Barbados
House of Assembly that there should be a prior meeting
is understood to have Colonial Office approval.

ares Bustamante, who ha-7-——
already gone on record as sug-
gestin Acheson Will
is going to put his proposals for
such a meeting to the West Indian
leaders who will be arriving in
“I don’t mind FE 2
which West Indian tactiner! Campaign Debate
stages the meeting,” he said, “but
1 feel that before we come to WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.
The State Department said to-
sonal internal affairs settled.”
Mr, Albert Gomes, who is| Acheson did not propose to enter
already in Trinidad, said, “I am|the election campaign debate.
The’ Department Press officer
made its views known. It doesn’t
seem to me to make much odds| “clarify” a remark by Acheson at
whether we meet in London orj|his Press conference yesterday that
he might make a speech on foreign
favour of a West Indian meeting, policy to
if it will at last mean some | misconceptions. Acheson had
action,” been asked at his Press conference
about the Republican Party lead-
delegation’s meeting with the
Food Ministry lasted for one hour| policy of “containment”.
today. Afterwards, Mr. Busta- McDermott said to-day tha
Lloyd George and Lord Munster./at Kansas City on September 1!
He said later, “Our meeting at the; would net be “political”, Acheson
Ministry was most amicable, and| would continue to discuss with the
of our banana industry.” problems “which do not take a
holiday during our domestic elec-
tions”, McDermott added that
occasions take opportunity to
clarify some terms being used in
| discussion on foreign policy so as

THE LONDON CONFERENCE on Caribbean Feder-
in the Caribbean to resolve existing differences of opinion

gesting a Caribbean conference,

Not Enter
a few days’ time.

London we should have our per-
day that Secretary of State

pleased that Barbados has at last
Michael McDermott issued to

in the West Indies. But I am in
clkar up some popular

The Jamaican Government
ers’ criticism of the United States
mante had lunch with Major} Acheson's speech to the convention
I have great hopes for the future} American people current world
the Secretary might on several
oid misunderstanding. —U.P.

ilo ay



No Progress Made
In Drummond Case

FORCALQUIER, Sept, 4.
French detectives working on
the baffling Drummond

“we are back at zero — back
where we started from on August
6”. Commissioner Edmond Sebe-
ille and seven other detectives
who are helping him were tonight
planning to give up their on the
spot investigations for the time
being. The final marathon inter-

United States Superforts from] rogation of star witness Gustave
Okinawa blasted the Changjin| Dominici who found the bodied
hydro-electric plant deep in{of the British family failed to

produce any evidence of guilt and
he was released earlier today. Se+

North Korea, Clouds covered the
key power installation. B.29's
used radar to aim bombs, Far
East airforces said at Tokyo that
there was no Red opposition and

tending to return to Marseilles on
Saturday and to leave the case in
the hands of the local police until

that all the bombers payee there is new development,” a
The Reds probed 11 times across] police spokesman said tonight.
the front but all on a smal!

| Paul Mevel, Deputy Chief of the
Marseilles Criminal Investigation
ma ut hae | Departmeny, told wparere that

. . | Dominici had been released in

Holt Will Discuss | agreement with the public prose-
7 . ‘ cutor because there was no proof
Wiorld Migration |of any guilt. Detectives took the
afternoon off today after working
LONDON, Sept. 4. | 15 hours almost daily for over a

Australian Immigration Minis-|month, With no new major clue
ter Harold E. Holt flies to Mon-

since they found the killer's
treal to preside over the sessions| Weapon, an American army car-

scale—U.P. & C.P.

of the Commonwealth Parlia-| bine, on the first day of their in-
meniary Assoeiation in Ottawa,|duiries, the detectives were com-
said he has appointments with|Plaining bitterly tonight about the
Canadian Government officiais|“W@ll silence” put up by local
to discuss problems of worid ‘opulation. —(U.P,)
migration.

Holt said Canada and Austra-
lia had taken more immigrants |
proportionateiy than any other
countries since the end of the
Second World War.

Holt probably will present new
plans for handling additional im-,
migrants to Australia—C.P.

Cabinet



Farouk’s Private
Planes Seized

CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 4
The Egyptian Air Force took
possession of a fleet of 13 planes |
that had been reserved for ex-'
King Fsrouk's personal use be
fore he was exiled on July 26)
The gir force was also scheduled |
to take’ over the private airfield
at Farouk’s former large estates
at Inshass, 40 miles northwest of
Cairo. On one of the confiscate |
planes the air force had spent

£20,000 for personal fittings for

the deposed monarch. are Dr. Ibrahim

—(U.P.) Greiss (



in Egypt.

Five ministers are now expec-
ted to leave the cabinet formed
by Aly Maher on the day of the

They
Alphonse

EFUELED IN AIR DURING



n F-9 Panther jet in flight during
ee

1 Internatione

eS

triple
murder case now one month old
admitted unofficially tonight that

beille and other detectives are in-

Army's coup d'etat six weeks -
iwky
)»

named has adjourned until Se) |

Chief Justice Department lawys
told reporters that the Governme
did not yet have enough oil cord-
pany records to make an, “)i-
tensive presentation” of its Ca:«

The Government has called- by
subpoena for the records of 2)
large oil companies for examin \-
tion by the grand jury. Sonie
have handed over their recorus,
but thrce America: oil compani +s
have asked the court either ‘o
invalidate subpoenas or allow
them more time to prepare their
defence.

The grand jury was called at
the request of ‘United States]
Attorney General, James |
McGranery, who said that Justic’
Department investigations of mor
than a year indicated that seven
large oil companies dominated the
world oil market. . {

The companies named by hii
were the Standard Oil Company
of California, the Standard Oi)
Company (New Jersey), ig Gulf
Oil Company (Texas), the Socany
Vacuum, the Royal Dutch, the
Shell Oil, and the Anglo-Iranian |
Oil Companies.

The grand jury was sworn io
yesterday. Under United States
judicial procedure the jury will
have an effective life of 18 nen

—U-P.

Eisenhower Will
Criticise Truman’s
Foreign Policy

NEW YORK, Sept. 4,

Dwight D, Eisenhower planned
strong criticism of the Truman
administration of foreign policy
which he recently served as. a
soldier-statesman overseas, Fér-
eign policy was the subject of a
major speech to be made in Phita-
delphia by the Republican Presi-
dential nominee, who, until June |,
was Commander of the European
defence forces with important dip-
lomatic as well as military duties.

An aide said that it would ‘b
stronger than the retired general's
speech last week to the American |
Legion Convention, in which he|
advocated that the United States |
use its influence to help Soviet
satellites win their freedom in con-
trast with the administration’s
“containment” policy on Commun-!
ism. —U.P. |

Truce Talks
Again Recessed

|
PANMUNJOM, Sept. 4.







The Korean truce talks were

recessed for another week after
a brief bitter debate
the United Nations charged that
the communists do not
want an armisfice.

in which
really

It is the sixth straight time in

as many weeks that the United
Nations and Reds have met long
@nough only to exchange angry
words and agree to a weekly re-
cess. They will

meet next
—wP.

on

September 12.



Maher Discloses

Changes

CAIRO, Sept. 4.

| THE EGYPTIAN Prime Minister Aly Maher today

| disclosed his proposed Cabinet changes to two members

of the Regency Council, Prince Mohamed Abdel Monein.

and Colonel Mohammed Rashad Mehana at a meeting at

| Abdin Palace. He announced that he would have a further
meeting with the Regents tomorrow.

The changes, which are expected to be even more |
sweeping than the first reports indicated, will probably
be announced this weekend. They have been designed
to implement the Army-sponsor
trialisation projects—two main pillars of the new regime

agrarian and indus.

Abdallah Salem (Municipal Af-
fairs), Mohammed Kame! Nabee})
(Public Works), and Zoheir Ga-
rana (Social Affairs).

None of the new ministers wili
be military men, well informed
political sources here reported
today. Aly Maher, who has been
under pressure from the Army to
introduce the desired agrarian and
social reforms at the earliest pos-
sible moment, was reported to
have given in to the military
janta’s demands to the extent of
bringing in fresh men to the cab-
inet, byt to have successfully re-
sisted suggestions for a mor
stringent purge of government
office holders.

Premier Aly Maher met two of
Egypt’s Regents on Thursday to

discuss the reshuffling of his
Cabinet and land limitation re-
form.

The meeting between Maher
and Regents Prince Abdel
Moneim and Colonel Rashad
Mehana lasted tWo hours and
preceded the first Cabinet meet-
ing after the Qurban Bairam
holidays scheduled for Thursday
night, Maher will meet the
Regency Council again tomorrow
when the third Regent Bahien-
jdine Barakat will be back in
‘Cairo from Alexandria




YESTERDAY was no exception in the succession of hot days but it was a half-holiday and city work-
ers flocked to the seaside,
The picture shows a number of people taking advantage of the

Gravesend beach





P.A.Y.E. System
Requested In
Trinid

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Trinidad’s Junior Chamber of
Commerce this week agreed to
ask the senior chamber to recom-
mend strongly to Government that
the “Pay-as-You-Earn” system of
collecting Income Tax be put into
effect as early as possible

From

The juniors, by a 23 to 7 ma-
jority vote adopted a resolution
agreeing in principle to the suge
gested Income Tax collecting sys-
tem

Mr. Mervyn G, Lewis, mover of
the resolution, expressed the view



To make things even cooler, vendors of “mauby cool”, snowballs, ice-cream and the
modest lemonade carried on a thriving trade in the shade of the trees that fringe the beach,



They used
seed called “Sydric 46 which took
King’s Lynn seedmen C. W. Mar-
sters Limited twelve years to
develop and was first put on the
British market in 1946.

The crop which the field yielded
is more than three times the
national average yield, a Minist
of Agriculture spokesman said.
Other authorities state that the
previous highest known yield was
in Holland last year of 61 hun-
dredweight an acre. Just over 31
sacks of wheat came out of the
i = 525 poynds in each
sack, Twenty sacks. acre is
considered g a,

During Sat a. 7
the natic lyerage vie’ as
19.10 huAd@fedweight an acres

excellent bathing facilities at









1949 Pese 22.4 hurkdr,
weight, am in Aigo stoog
hundre aht* a iipre. pe

W.L Barristers Will

Form Bar Association

(From Our Own Correspondent) ,
| PORT OF SPAIN. Of Forgeries
T + ha ‘4 , J _ au wet . > “~
er ae ( a have agreed on the} Following a number of instances
establishment of a Bar Association. This is to comprise]in Trinidad, the British Carib-
barristers in the British Caribbean Area and is to be]>ean Currency Board has issued a
known as the British Caribbean Bar Association. ven throughout the territories

Every barrister will be eligible for membership of seeavan damabines of Britten Caster
the Association, provided that no person, who, at the date |bean Currency Notes of the ten-
ot the adoption of its rules, lawfully practises and is re-'dollar denomination have been
cognised as a barrister in any territory of the area, will be ; “P8**ved recently
eligible for membership, I"or the purposes of the Associ-! A_ notice which appeared in
ation’s rules, the term “Barrister” shall mean a person ,!0c@al newspapers states that “a
who has been called to the Bar of England. he of the one-dollar denamina~

= The aim and objects of the a on is altered 20 repreeens a) tate

that pomageins was undoubtedly sociation include: To deal wit way Pree oe ae =
wrong with the present system of ] U. i I all matters affecting the profe _——S 2 e 19 remov'

collection and suggested that this dd otte snore sion and to tae. ‘on ound aetle and the word “ten” substituted,
should -be revised. Government . thereon as may be deemed expr oe the re | is added te
according to him, seemed to be f y L dient to promote, preserve, regu- |e Dumera in the corners of
happy with the present method 4OMmMUNIS Ss late and Srotect ‘its interests gn ‘Me Note. The colour of the one-

of tax gathering, and unless they
pressed them into doing some-
thing they would leave things as
they were,

The PAYE system,, explained
Mr, Lewis, was designed to assist
people in paying their taxes. Pay-~
ments, under it, were made either
monthly or weeldy, or fortnight-
ly rather than annually, The
people would have the same right
of appeal against any errors in
the tax computation

Other points from Mr. Lewis
speech: Every year losses are bhe-
ing experienced through the
present system of collecting tax-
es, The PAYE system will min
imise these losses,

Jamaica has been investigating
the efficacy of the system and I

understand they intend to put it}

into operation in 1953.
In England there was

for the first three years in having

it instituted, but it is

t

hat the system is running
smoothly there and we in Trini-
dad can benefit from England's
experience.

General view of members was
that the system was one in whiah
employers would co-operate with
the Government



Reds Close Four
Main Check Points
‘o West Berlin

BERLIN, Sept, 4
East German communists in u
move to step up the isolation ol
West Berlin closed four of th
twelve main check points con-
necting West Berlin with ih
surrounding Soviet zone

At the same time commun
continued for the fourth straig)
day their “slow down” tactics 0
inter-zonal truck traffic

Police said more than 150
Berlin bound trucks lined up
Marieborn check point on the en
trance to the i10-mile long

ternational! highway between |
West Gefmany and West Berlin
—U,P.



Indian Police
Fire On Mob

HYDERABAD, Sept. 4
Pollee opened fire on a mob of
10,000 raiding Osmania

days of riots. The Indian Army
‘vas asked to stand by in case of

emergency and a curfew was im-
posed. The mob is demanding the

bodies of two persons killed by
police in another riot yesterday

Police authorities agreed |
turn over the two bodies t
their respective familie:

The trouble started Tuesday
when students staged a demon-
istration against the employmer
of outsiders by the Hyderaba
Government despite a han 0!
| public demonstration Po: ice
broke up the parade with té
gas and cane charges Student
jretaliated by hurling rocks an
about 40 persons were injur

including 30 police

|} On Wednesday, police opene
|fire twice on the mob a eque
{to Tuesday’s disturbance Ty

persons were kil¥d and three
jured Armed
the treet

police pat
until te We ci
re

stones at street li

car UP

’

completing trounced all Commu-
nist

8,000,000-member organization this (eemed from time to time to be

on
elected and he retired, There were | Ciciary on questions affecting the
two more members on this year’s | profession,
Couneil 1
was

of mineworkers

«we Going South

reported |

to stump the south for more than}
a week in October,

|ment rightfully owns the tidelands

tittle
Presidential
Kisenhower

tollar note, which is red, is also
treated to make it similar tg the
brown colour of the genuine ten-
dollar note,

The Board advised the public

the interests of its members; {>
act as representative of the Bi
j and to answer questions, lay dow:
Traveller candi- |'Ules regulating the etiquette anc

MARGATE, England, Sept, 4,
lhe Trades Union Congress

and Fellow

dates in electing its leadership for | Practice of the profession in ac- to serutinise the word “ten”
the coming year 7 Py cordance with its rules. ‘the fumerals 10 as well as ‘ne
The 84th Annual Congress elec- The association will also ex- colour e ten-dohlar notes

Whe corporate opinion of the

oT Sy ae eanaem Coun. | press in such quarters as it is

j ‘ tance, and that care~
cil to run the affairs of the | 2a

ful serutiny wil) disclose the alter-
ations that have been made if the
note is not genuine.

Mr. H. N. Armstrong, Senior
, Currency Officer, Barbados Cen-

with tre said yesterday that he could
main- add nothing further to the pub-
among lished notice. He said that as far

year. All but one of 83 members! @esivable and to support deputa-

last year's council were re-| tons to Government and the Ju-

in jaecordance
Not a single Communist these rules; establish and
elected. Principal Communist|tain friendly — relations



candidate was Arthur Hopner,|members of the legal profession as he was aware, no forgeries had
Secretary of the Natigna! union |in the British Caribbean and else- been reported in Barbados.
U | where,

encourage establishment
jof benevolent funds for indigent’
| barristers within the area.

fevenson | A body to be called the General
Council of the Bar of the British
Caribbean will name and contro!
the affairs and business of the
association, This Council will be
composed of two members from
{each territory of the area appoint-
fed by the Council or other execu-
tive body of the United Associa. |
tion and one of the said appoin-|



£321,000 Loan
For Grenada

(From Our Own Correspondent)

_ ST, GEORGE'S,
A British United Press despatch

SPRINGFIELD, Sept, 4.
Governor Adlai Stevenson plans

it was learned |



today, as the Democratic Presi-|y 7° ; locally confirmed, yesterde -
dential nominee prepared to take jtees shall be a member of the nounced raising of a © 321.000
ne ‘ 5 a ‘oe jn Utter Bar, Members of the Coun- ’
off for campaign appearances In}yil shall hold office for s lod lomn for Grenada on the London
nine western states ' one - Giice TOF 8 period financial market for a number of
The Democratic nominee will/Of two years. development schemes, including
ao into North Carolina, Florida, electricity, water supply, housing
Louisiana, and Texas, In Texas y We and slum clearance, hospitals and
Stevenson will face the delicate Spaak Vants A drainage and reclamation, :
job of placating voters on the U it Ei The loan has been raised by
steamy issue of states rights as nmi ed urape ‘issuing a 444% stock at £77 per
| applied to the tidelands oil, Gov £100.
|ernor Allan Shivers of Texas ha COPENHAGEN, Sept. 4. It follows a Loan Ordinance
objected strenously to Stevenson's Paul Henri Spaak, forme: | passed by the last Legislative
position that the federal govern- Kuropean Assembly President,| Council in 1950.



called for the immediate creation| 8-U-P. sayd the placing of the



il, —U.P. fa United Euro set} "ew stock at a trifle below the
( pe to offset

United States strength within ruling level of comparable Colon-

Western alliance, In a Uni-|i#! loans makes it likely that the

;Stock will command a premium

versity of Copenhagen speech he when 7
‘ ne juoted on the London Stock
“i 7", said; “1952 could perfectly wel = :
To Truman perfectly wel! Exchange.
NEW YORK, Sept. 4

Dulles Replies."

jbe the year of the European | Grenada’s public debt amounted
{Constitutional Assembly to £284,868 on December 31 last,



John Foster Dulles returned —C.P. (of which £166,600 is represented
President Truman's fire in the | | by a three per cent stock issued in
foreign policy dispute, accusing RED PROPAGANDA wo and redeemable in 1959-—
the President of trying to “be a

OFFENSIVE

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.

The new loan stock *<« ceacema-
ble at par in 1976 Sut the Govern-
ment of Grenada repay at the

besmirch” Republica:
nominee Dwight D
Dulles charged that

and

oT Communists have mountgd 4) same ice during th pcedi

: nig nes of the Trumai. same price during the preceding
enn ie “a one was) Major propaganda offensive to} seven years. A Sinking Fund will
ticket into World War U1,” whil [ty to defeat the Truman-|be established in Britain,
; aah Pi ces ,, Churchill proposals for settie- >
| eee, eaten ae ment of the Anglo-Iranian oil ane ben is secured on the oi
;are 3 28 B 5.
| A Republican foreign affair | dispute. ee : mesma eae oO e

- ssued statement ir The voice of Soviet Commu- ype shinee es

pokesman issued a * at Some of the schemes contem-



General
Hospital killing at least one and
wounding 17 in the latest of two



yand war



reply to a speech on Monday ii
which Truman said that Eiser
hower was following “gutter poli

ies” laid down by the ‘mastei
mind in the Republican party
These “masterminds” apparently
would include Dulles in the field
of foreign affairs,

“General Kisénhower speaks
for himself on foreign policy,”
Dulles said He added that the

candidate speaks with “command
ing authority” of long experience
and grave responsibilities in peace

lost it.”
—(U.P.)

than a man who has



Two Newspaper
Editors Arrested

ACCRA, Gold Coast, Sept. 4.
French authorities in neigt
bouring Togoland | arreste
two more newspaper editor ane
harged them with spreadins
information according

eachi here





State

He said, “we can trust
a man who has won peace rather

i1ism beamed into Iran is a clan-
festine Azerbaijan station be-
lieved to be on Rugesian territory.
Broadcasts show _ violent
position to the oil deal offered
Iran by Britain and the United
last Saturday.—C.P.

oe

plated under the schedule to the
Loan Ordinance have already been
undertaken in anticipation of

°p-| floating the loan which is to be

j utilised in connection with the
colony's Revised Development
Plan for the years 1950-—56



Chileans Voted For

President

SANTIAGO, Sept. 4.

Chilean voters went to the polls
to select from among four cangi-
dates their President for the next
six years. For the first time
women lined up with men to cast
their votes

The four candidates are Pedro
Enrique Alfonso (Radical Party),
Arturo Matte (Liberal Party),
Carios Ibanez (Independent Na-
tionalist), and Salvador Atlende
(Socialist Party). The new Pregsi-

’ dent will take office on November

4




men were arrested for| Betting odds favoured Alfonso
ishing the text of a telegram| ond Matte on an even basis, with
to the United Nations in/ Ibanez in third place, and Allende
York protesting a!leged | last
t More than 8,000,000 Chilean
Frenct France 1dm pe re estimated to have been
le U.N. trusteeship wwered in Santiago alone on the
oP ection result Before the polls

Yesterday

close late today it is expected that
some 600,000 men and 300,000 wa;
men will have voted. Previously
women voted only in municipal
and national legislative elections

Yesterday armed forces assume:
direct control of public order in
preparation for election. The army!
navy, and air forces were placed
under a “first degree” state ‘of
alert throughout Chile. All per-
mits extended to private citizens
to carry arms were cancelled.
Government authorities charged
that a group of Ibanez followers
yesterday attacked a number of
Alfonsa sympathizers at Temuco
and that three men were wounded
seriously in the ensuing shooting.
Two others were injured w
sticks and stones in another cl

Ut







PAGE TWO



E HON. ROBERT CHAL-
LENOR, M.L.C., was

pas-.

penger for England by the Ss
Golfito sailing yesterday. He will
be joining his wife wno lek

Barbados a few months ago for
England. They will be remain-
ing for about six months befor®
returning te Barbados.
Spent Ten Weeks
RS. META JONES and her
daughter Amelia were pas-
sengers leaving the island by the
Lady Nelson on Saturday last.
Mrs, Jones who spent ten weeks
in“Barbados as a guest of Mi.
an@ Mrs. Daniel Corbin of Up-
per Collymore Rock, is return-
ing to her home in Boston.
~ From Venezuela
BARCELO VIDAL, Gov-
“ ernor of Bolivar Province
in-Venezuela, arrived in the
colany on .Monday last to spend
a Short holiday. He is a guest
atthe Colony Club, St. James.
= On Vacation
RS. JACQUES and her two
sons, Simon and Peter
from the British Embassy, Cara-
cas,.are On a vacauon in Barbd4-
dogvand are guests at Cacrabank
H Her husband is hoping to
se “them during their stay here,

—— To Study Art
SS BARBARA ANNE
COLE, daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs, Fred Cole of Henry’s Lane,
Collymore Rock, and _ foriner
pupil of Queen’s College, left the
island yesterday by the SS
Golfite for England. Miss Cole
will enter the St. Martin’s Schoo!
of Art, London. The Course will

last for about five years.

Civil Servants Here
R. L,.G. LAURENT and Mr.

A. A. Moore, two Britisa
Guianese-- Civil Servants, are
spending a part of their six

months’ leave here. Mr. Laureat
is attached to the G.P.O., George-
town and Mr. Moore is Senior
Postmaster at the GP.O,
Georgetown.

Library Clerk For Holiday
ISS SHEILA BELGRAVE
of the Public Library Statt

and daughter of the late Mr.

W. N. Cc. Belgrave, left the

island yesterday by the S.S. Gol-

fite for England. Miss Belgrave
will be spending a holiday in

England with her step-mother
and sister at Ferring-on-Ses,
Sussex.

On Honeymoon

R. AND MRS. PAUL

PLOUGH who were mar-
ried on the 22nd August in New
York, arrived here on Tuesday
last te continue their honeymoon,
After leaving New York _ they
‘went on a tour of Jamaica, Cura-
eao and Venezuela. They expect
to remaim for three weeks as
guests at the Colony Club, St.
James. =



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FRIDAY,
4.00 — 7.15

SEPTEMBER 5, 1052
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4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Piano Time, 4,30
p.m. ThesBraemar Royal Highland Gath
ering of 1982, 5.00 p.m. Lehar, 5



5.15 p.m

Variety Bandbox, 6.15 p.m, Merchant
Navy Programme, 6.30 pm. Southern
Seranade Orchestra, 6.45 p.m Sports

7,00
News

Round-up & Programme Parade,
p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. Home
i Britain.

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i pm West Indian Diary 7.45 p.m,
The Case of the Night atchman’s
Friend, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsree!, 8.30
pm World Affairs, 8.45 p.m. Interlude,
8,55 p.m. From the Editorials, 9.00 pm
The Braemar Poyal Highland Gathering
of 1952, 9.30 p.m. Barn Dance, 10.00 p.m
The News, 10.10 p.m. News Talk, 10.15
p.m. Portraits from Memory.





CROSSWORD



Across
1. That shady retreat. (6)
7. Stepped after tea. (3)
Â¥. Considered be mean, (4)
10. Occurrence, )
12 Made up from’ a broken file. (4)
13 Set me spout little work, anc
this is what | ¢o. (4)
14 Term used in 14. (3)
16 an 1 It's ‘dos all go the
iimb. (6)
17 ‘Always taken from the barn. (4)
18 United to secure the lady? (8)
22 Plan these anitmals. from

memory? (9)

23 One mile including the car in
reverse. (7)
24 What a scamp he 1s, (6)
29 Needs to be good to ‘play 11. (3)
Down
1 The main date enlivened. (8)
2 What Dan made of Noel. (4)
3 Can this fish enter a woodwork
class? (4)
@ Award or command? (5)
5 -Dne soft palate, (5)
6 ‘way to live, (4)
i ay be a testimonial. (8)
8% United. (3)
1 See 14 Across (6)
1S Acidiy. (6)

One type of urn. (4)
Megs breaking the stones. (4)
Outstanding in poetry (4)

sc ution of peeercay: 8 DUz?.e.—Across?
. Coment; 6 Ass: &Y Acimosity, 10
frievion: 11 ‘Torture; 12. Recoco; 15
Mage; 16, Nemesis: 12, Adapt; 19. Dish:
‘, Mattress. Dowr: 1. Cartoon; @
oforeed; 3, Mirror, 4, Emit; 5, Nocuous

Storege: 8. Bynalenra: BS Oasis; 14)

= Keot 15. Ride: 17 Ma

HAVING SOLD OUR BRANCH STORE NO. 27, BROAD STREET

MR. GEORGE SAHELY

ALL ACCOUNTS ARE PAYABLE AT



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O HORROR beyond all horror! have produced the twin hat, two
O triple damnation! The Frencia hats joined together by a chromi-

Pads Nix Romance
ia ‘




ACCORDING to a report from
Stockholm, Katalin, Szoka (above),
17-year-old Hungarian Olympic
swimming champion, was whisked
behind the Iron Curtain after she
was said to have fallen in love with
an American water polo star at
Helsinki. Her friends said she was
locked in her room until her plane
left for Budapest after she secretly
dated Bob Hughes, of Lancaster,
California.



Returned Home

R. AND MRS. JOHNNY

THOMAS and family whe
taave been holidaying here for th:
past two weeks, returned home
to Trinidad by B.W.1LA, on Wed-
nesday. They were guests at In-
dramer Guest House, Worthin:
Mr. Thomas is a Merchant of
Charlotte Street, Pori-of-Spai:

Americans Holidaying

M*: AND MRS. A. LOSKi,

two Americans, have been
spending a short holiday in Bar-
bados as guests of Cacrabankx
Hotel. Mr. Loski owns twenty-
five thousand acres of svar
cane in Puerto Rico, where ne

has spent the last three

year:



\K.L.M. Gets 9th Award In WAL

NEW YORK,

| This week the

tive Aviation Safety Award was
presented to t's West Indies Di-
vision of KLM Royal Dutch Air-

* lines by the Inter-American Safety

Council for a perfect record dur-

ing 1951.
For the



KLM
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ing miles and 40,132,373 passen-
ger miles without accident or

year, carried



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. there are many side passages. “|
must": go into any of those,”
hinks. “'! might not
way back again.” At
moment ro his excitement
hears a puffing and a
noise nor far

find my
that
ne
scrap!

away. Dropping a





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Ae SS

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| 1952 as

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Starring Richard ARLEN

Those two sensa- Shey Eine

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Whole Serial i
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952

By BEACHCOMBER

he hangs his hat on my right ear, '
howls with laughter, and shouts,

——







: . ‘ wine-growers report that there is um rod, one to be tilted back, « wie 3
Married in Antigua j.t00 much wine. The French can- the other forward, This double. .5°77Y ol girl, I thought it was
PEDDING bels at the St./not afford to drink it as they hat will cover a considerable ‘@ hat-peg.” My mother hates
x R.Cc. Church,|used to. acreage of the biggest head, leav- this, What can I do?
da, on Tuesday afternoon aad ‘ _ ing the sides of the head free for, Seetines
rang for Miss Joyce Rosemary vine ace hipaa perhaps, another double-hat, mak- jy Hr ee mee Take ui eee m *
Jackson. th aug ‘ ng four in all.
Rea an Mrs.|wine-drinking, and it is no good oes ae, tem ae FOR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1952
the late H. N. Jeckson, and Mr talicing : exporting to America, Dr. Rhubarb’s corner mste 4 of getting his food, until) : : *+
Gordon Renwick, Solicitor, and|Pecause Americans do not under- wyyitie H. writes: I have very “he removes the things from your Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
1 on of Mrs. Florence’ Ren-}*t@nd Semana oat = a 4 large ears. Every time my hus- ears. This, will make him look} ind what your outlook is, according to the stars.
: = 3. Guy Ren-| More , coviisea occupation an p e vies = = a SS Guy “- watching television, whatever Rept comes home: from Bie compen iy i from of ¥ | ARIES Mars, invigorating, helpfully demaiten 7
vic ees xe none ig ar! ot Lord Brabazon may ,say. Too?) March 21—April 20 is benéficially aspected today and suggests
ead a ian ‘iniheee yp much wine! Ye gods Wha kind j accomplishment, especially in efforts Pe
at ae ore “tof a world are we living in? I require energy, endurance,
rhe bride, Grenada - born will tell you, It is a world where:
though only over the past year
3 ; ag 7°" |in ten years’ time, we shall all GI OBE h ntury-t ox A day for sensible caution in all matters,
re urning to Antigua from EnE-|be sipping non-alcoholic chemi- N4.G.N4 20th Ce ba Apri AURUS 4, especially handling tools, machinery, fire- *
hood ind " joining the staff of cals out of tins provided by slot- - ew arms. On the other hand, military and















































Barclays Bank, was given away
by Sir Clement Malone, retired
Chief Justice cf the Windward
and Leeward Islands.

She wore a striking outfit com-

prising a bodice of Chantily lace A JUDGE says that he calcu-

ureatest Novel!

and skirt of tulle over taffeta,)lates what a man can afford to
with three-quarter length veil] pay by looking at his finger-tips. hr bin ali
descending from a crown of x ‘aah appearing on a judgment T ob 4 ve .

orange blossoms and carriea a

summons said he did not smoke
lovely bouquet composed by Miss

or drink. The judge said:

to the

“I can

Atteck of Trinidad’s “Rosales.” | see by your finger-tips that you ild
Only bridesmaid was Miss ydon’t smoke.” One day a rich a Ww

Hazel Comissiong, daughter off who smokes through a series be

Non. and Mrs. Terence Comis-| platinum holders, and holds out at-

siong, who wore a dress of lemon
embroicésred organza with
matching headdress.

Ac'ing as bestman was Mz.
Philip Atteck of Trinidad, a close
friend of the groom. Fol’ owing
the ceremony, a reception took

clean fingers, will have forgotten
to wipe the champagne off his
beard. ‘A non-smoker,” the judge
will say, “but
signs of drink.”

the beard shows

Sucks to yore,

machines with television screens
attached. Auntie Hygiene speak-
ing.

Fallible List

place at Hotel Antilles. The Captain Ol th!
couple spent the night at Lake me " ayer

Hea Grand Etang, and after- ALARM about illiteracy in the
wards left by Wednesday’s plane|Army is growing, and sergeant-
‘or Trinidad to spend their|majors are said to be signing
honeymoon at Mayaro, chits with their thumb-marks. It

The bride is a younger sister
of Mrs. “Hutch” Camacho who
vas wedded in Antigua last year
but wes unable to attend because
of a happy event of her own last
Thursday. An

is also said that many soldiers
have the mental development of
children, This may spread, until
there is a row in the officers’ mess
when one major accuses another

DALE ROBERTSON
ANNE FRANCIS

win CHARLES KORVIN

overseas repre-|of stealing two glass marbles,
entative of the family at the}and the colonel is suspected of
wedding was Mrs. O. R. Kelsick| keeping a beetle in a match-box.
who came over from St. Vin- When people go to a Museum

cent, they often forget that the build-

ing itself may be interesting.

’. v 2 :
For Cambridge and Oxford _¢Artlale Oh Travel)



M R, AND MRS. L. N, CHEN-] INTERESTING is a mild word WILLIAM MARSHAL
ERY and their daughter for, say, the Carnavalet in Paris.
Linda .eft by _the S.3. Golfite | when you come into the beauti-
yes.€ rd:y for England. : ful Place des Vosges, and ap- y=
Mr. Chenery, an _ Assistant proach the Carnavalet, which
Secretary of the Colonial Secre-| was the home of Mme. de Sévigné, j

iariat, is going to England to take

: ou feel you are paying a call on
a Devonshire Ccurse in Admin- y 7 pays

a great lady. The museum still

ssration at Cambridge and Ox-Jhas an air of a private house of
ford. : i the seventeenth century’ And what
Also leaving by the Golfito}of the Cluny Museum, where you
on holidey were Miss Beryl]come into a great hall which was
Chenery of Messrs. Stokes |part of the enormous palace of
Bynoe, Ltd., and Miss Sybil]the Thermae when Paris was the 1: 4

Cnenery of Barclays Bank. little Roman town of Lutetia?

For Nursing Course
N ISS GILLIAN GALE, second
daugnter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Ga'e, left for England on
the S.S, Golfito to enter the Rad-

cliffe Infirmary, Oxford, to take
the | General Nursing Course.

The double-hat for Fatheads

FWHE Maison Beachcomber has

solved the question of the
woman with a huge head who
must wear the new tiny hat. We

EMPIRE THEATRE

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MICHAEL BLANKFORT ens PHILIP DUNNE

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naval interests are under fine Mars (vigor- +
cus) rays.

GEMINI

Can be productive day, if you don’t make *
May 21—June 21

sudden, unpremeditated changes in well
organized matters. Care signing contractsi

*

CANCER Not all favourable, neither unfriendly. *

June 22—J Work with war materials, the armed forces
— have encouraging Mars influences. In all *

matters, be extra careful.

Don’t be disappointed if you don’t receive
favours, advancement just now. @Better
keep up your good work and fortune will










LEO
July 24—Aug. 22

smile on you. Be a DOER! * *
VIRGO Vigourous matters, issues that _ require
Aug. 23—Sept. 23 determination and strong decisions are
sponsored. More care urged in money and a
property transactions. *
LIBRA In-between sort of day for artistic or per- +

Sept. 24—Oct. 23 ona) igterests. Laborious and stimulating

issues are highly encouraged.

-M

You should enjoy and profit in any worth-
92 while endeavour. Stimulus is in the air
and you should be rarin’ to top previous +

good records,
* ‘

SAGITTARIUS Maybe some rough problems ‘in work or 3
Nov. 28—Dee. 22 business; be especially careful handling

SCORPIO
Oct. 24—Nov.

ec cceraneaewne ec a oe.





them, also dangerous tools, machinery,
and in travel,
Before your eyes... ae * 2 Avi
Saturn, as most planets, now advises
Albion... King Dick... * eat against needless risks to life, property.
Toussaint...the Haitian . 5 but does favour aggressive constructive
half-jungle world x action. Keep familiar routine smooth.

* *

ARIU! This is in a tranquil period of several
* ieee Pg days’ duration : amenable to progressive

push or for just steady, uneventful going

of lydia Bailey!

SCE Whole month receptive to intelligent
Feb ze - hn 2¢ Plans and action, BUT you must be in the
Shee forward ines, eager to get ahead.
* Obstacles? A few. Overcome them, you

ean!

YOU BORN TODAY are scientifically minded. Excellent
x all-round capability, refined in manners, neat in habits ana
dress, You are dependable, practical. Curb a tendency to over-
work: to spend too long hours at anything. You can succeed,
especially at a profession wherein your mental powers. artistry
and intuition are brought to the fore. Birthdate: Giacomo

Meyerbeer, famous composer.

*« (Copyright, 1952, King Features Syndicate, Inc.)

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Free Dental Care For T’dad School

1952

Government Favour

This Policy

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

POLICY of the Trinidad Government is that all school
children should reteive dental treatment absolutely free

of charge.

Council in a communication by the Hon. L.

This is made clear to the Victoria County

Cc. Hannays,

Acting Minister of Health and Local Government.

The Council, acting on a motion
by Councillor J. E. Bostock, had
taken up the matter with the Min-
istry of Health and Local Gov-
ernment. The Council had dis-
covered that residents of the
Moruga Ward were experiencing
considerable difficulty in securing
dental treatment for children as
it was most inconvenient for them
to get to Princes Town or San
Fernando for it.

Councillor Bostock’s comment
on the Minister’s reply was that
he was ‘more interested in know-
ing whether Government intended
to afford an ambulance to trans-
port the children along with an
adult or make some arrangements
ic have treatment given the
children within the district. The
Council will take up this aspect
of the matter with the Ministry.

Secondary Edueation

The whgle field of fevendary
education " should be reviewed,
urged Mr, I. Moreland Hopkins,
Acting Director of Education, ata
meeting of the Education Board.
Mr. Hopkins, who was presenting
his views to the Board on the
vexed question of increased
grants-in-aid to assisted secondary
schools, stressed that representa-
tions had been made which seemed
to indicate that unless the grants-
in-aid to these schools were in-
creased, certain schools would be
in a eritical financial position;
some t have to close down
or restrict their present educa-
tional activities,

The Acting Director ted out
that any serious reduction
places or activities in existin

assisted secondary schools wou!

be calamitous and public reper-
cussion considerable and he went
on to say that the Colony was
faced. with a_ considerable pro-
grammé of school building pro-
jects, and that the rising child
population would demand an in-
crease in the number of teachers
employed. In 1952, he added,
rormal inerements paid to teach-
ers had called for an increase of
$335,000 over the 1951 figures.



SUGAR LOADED FOR
QUEBEC

The M.V. “Canadian Cruiser”
which is now in harbour, is tak-
ing a cargo of 2,000 tons of sugar
for St. John’s and Quebec, a ship=
ment of molasses for St. Johns
and Quebec and rum for St.
Johns, Quebec and Halifax.

This ship which is consigned to
Messrs. Gardner Austin & Co.,,
Ltd., is due to sail between Sun-
day-and Monday for St. Johns.

BOARD STOLEN
FROM MARKET

Leon Gibson reported to the
Police that 21 pieces of board
valued at $10.55 were stolen from
the Public Market sometime be-
tween August 29 and September
3. He told the Police that the
pieces of board were his property.

Franklyn Alleyne also reported
that his bicycle which he had left
outside the residence of Freddie
Boyce of Boscobelle, St. Peter, on
September 2, was stolen.

QUEEN’S PARK
BEING REWIRED

Under instructions from the
Vestry of St. Michael, the task
of rewiring Queen’s Park has
been begun by local workmen.

The rosds and the main build-
ings will receive attention as
the Shed has already been re-
wired. Some twenty poles were
brought into position yesterday.

CARPENTER’S DEATH
DUE TO NATURAL
CAUSES

Dr. A. S. Ashby yesterday per-
formed a post mortem examination
on the body of Seibery Eversly,
a cerpenter of Bay nd, St.
Michael, and attributed death ta
naturai causes,

Eversly was admitted to the
General Hospital on September 2
about 9.30 p.m., but died suddenly
2 few minutes after.

SERVANT REMANDED

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday remanded 16-year-old
domestic servant Enid Howell of
Cheapside, St. Michael, until
September 8, when she appeared
before him charged with break-
ing and entering the dwelling
house of. Eleanor McPherson at
Cheapside, St. Michael, and steal-
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REPORT ON
FEDERATION

In Our report of the debate in
the House of Assembly on Feder-
ation, Mr. R. G. Mapp is quoted
as having said: “While one House
should be nominated by the Elect~
ed Chamber of the territorial
chambers, the other House should
be nominated by the Governor

General, half by the elected
cha r and half by the Gover-
nor. General.”

What Mr. Mapp did say was:
“The majority of the Committee
fel, that the Senate should be
nominated by the elected cham-
bers or elected members of the
territorial legislatures. His view
however was that the Senate, in
such a case, would be a mere
replica 6f the House or a potential
rival, and it would be better that
at least half should be nominated

by the Governor General. It would *

be better that there should be na
‘Senate at all rather than find that
the Hguse was in danger of hav~
ing its authority in legislative
matters challenged.”

Lodge Members
Return To T’dad

The nine members of the House-
hold of Ruth Lodge of Trinidad
returned home on Wednesday on
board the S.S.. “De Grasse” after
paying their annual visit to the
local Branch Lodge. -

During their stay in the colony,
They took part in a processional
march from the Livesey Comet
Lodge Room to St. Mary’s Chureh
where they attended Divine
Service.





Brerton’s Inquest
Adjourned

The inquest into the circum~
stances surrounding the death of
Charles Brerton of Newbury, St.
George, was yesterday adjourned
sine die by His Worship Mr, E.’A.
McLeod, Police Coroner of Dis-
trict “A”.

Charles Brerton who was a 27-

ear-old carpenter, was admitted
¢ the General Hospital on August
29 suffering from head injuries,
but died a few minutes after he
was admitied to a ward,

Dr. 4. S. Cato performed the
post mortem examination at the
General Hospital Mortuary the
next day.

“‘Essi’’ In Port

The Steamship “Essi’’, which ig
now unloading cargo, is expected
to leave today. This Steamship
which has tts agents in Planta
tions Lid., errived in port on
Tuesday from London with 5,490
bags of cement, 5,000 cartons of
bottled beer, 1,000 cartons of con-
densed milk and 1,20@ bags of
split peas.





“GLORIA MARIA”
COMES OFF DOCK

The Steamship Gloria Maria
has just come off the dock after
undergoing extensive repairs and
refitting. The Glori, Maria which
is a double bottomed vesse] with
a twin serew is owned by the firm
of C. A. Maritima Delta of Cara-
cas, Venezuela, and her agents
here are R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

The Maria is used by the firm
for transporting gypsum, a type
of stone; it also has room (or
general cargo, She was raised
to the dock on July 30.

In 1948 the Motor vesse! Julia
—sister ship of the Maria—was
being refitted on the same dock.



POLICE DOGS ON PATROL

The Police dogs “ip and Peggy

are now doing a regular patrol
duty around the City at night.

These dogs do a four-hour patrol
with their masters.

Rex, their offspring, is in train-
ing for Police work and is taking
bis training well,

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Salaries Increase

THE ST. PETER VESTRY, at its next meeting, will
consider giving Vestry employees a five per cent increase

on their salaries.

The Vestry received a letter requesting

the increase at their meeting yesterday.

Mr. T. S. Chandler pointed out
that the Sanitary Staff had been
given a 20 per cent increase while
Vestry employees only received 2
15 per cent increase. He said that
these employees should now be
given an .additional five per cent.
increase to bring them in line
with the Sanitary staff. 4

Mr. Chandler moved that the
increase be granted, This was
seconded by Mr, C. C. Parris,

Amendment

Mr. G. G, Gill however moved
an amendment that consideration
of the increase be postponed un-
til the next meeting and asked
that at that meeting the Clerk
present a Financial Statement.
This was seconded by Mr. D. V.
Jemmott, The Vestry agreed to
the amendment.

Arising out of the minutes of
the last meeting, the Vestry called
on Miss Alma Parris, Headmis-
tress of Indian Ground Girls’
School, to state what she was do-
ing about the Baby Creche
Indian Ground.

At the previous meeting Miss
Parris asked the Vestry for a grant
to assist with the Creche.

Miss Parris told the Vestry that
there was a residence at Indian
Ground Girls’ School—-the Head-
mistress’s reaidence—which was
at present unoccupied.“This was
because she lived at Speights-
town,

The idea had occurred to her
that there was a necessity for a
Baby Creche in the Indian Groune
district. She had got in touch
with the Department of Education
and was informed that she could
use the building for such a pur-

e.
Child Welfare

She said that she proposed
furnishing the building with about
eight cradles, Children would be
kept during the day. Classes
would be held in Child Welfare
for the benefit of parents and
parents would be asked to attend
on Saturdays and render assist-
ance in cleaning up the building,
etc.

Miss Parris said that her main
overhead expense would be pay-
ing a caretaker. She felt that
some of the parents who left their
children at the Creche would also
bring some type of food along
with them,

Rev. Hatch, Chairman, told
Miss Parris that she had the sym-
pathy of the Vestry and that he
was sure that when the rates
were laid next year, they would
make provision for her,

Miss Parris said that she would
get ahead with the Creche. She
proposed to keep concerts, etc.,
in order to raise funds,

The Chairman said that he was
even more sure she would be as-
sisted by the Vestry after they
had seen the progress of the
Creche.

Mr. G. G, Gill told Miss Parris
that the rates were already laid
and asked her to remind the Ves-
try next year.

Coronation Committee

The Vestry appointed Rev. A.
J. Hatch, Rector of St. Peter, to
represent the Parish of St. Peter
at the first meeting of the main
Coronation Committee which will
be held under the chairmanship
of His Excellency the Governor
at the Legislative Council Cham-
ber at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday,
September 17.

The appointment was made af-
ter the Vestry received a lette:
from the Colonial Seeretary ask-
ing that a Parish Coronation
Committee be formed and invit-
ing the Chairman or a represen-
tative of that Committee.

ate

The Vestry agreed to a motion
by Mr. Chandler and decided to
write the Board of Health asking
that Board for a ruling on land
at Ashton Hall where the roads
are in bad condition,

The Vestry decided that it
would now be able to award sev-
en scholarships to the Parry-
Coleridge School instead of the
usual two,

Because of lack of accommoda-
tion at the School, only four
awards were made and two of
these boys are already students
at the same school.

Scholarship Awards

Those receiving scholarships
were: V. E, Hurley, E. S. Bowen,
O. E. Bowen and J, A, Bailey.
The Vestry agreed that as soon
as accommodation was offered,
the remaining three scholarships
would be granted.

A petition, signed by 35 tax-
payers, containing 16 ques-
tions, was received by the Ves-
try. Roland Edwards, who spoke
on behalf of the taxpayers, was
present. The Vestry gave an-
swers to the questions while Ed-
wards aired the views of the tax-
payers. |

Members present were: Rev. A,
J. Hatch, Chairman, Messrs T. S.
Chandler, G. G. Gill, C. C. Par-
vis, C. H. P, Jordan, D. V. Jem-
mott, C. A. Thornton. An excuse
was offered for the Churchward-
en, Mr, A. A. Gill, who wag in-
disposed.



Jamaican
Souvenirs
For Panama

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica

Exhibits of popular tourist
souvenir and industries connect-
ed with food products, drinks and
tobacco will go from Jamaica to
Colon, Panama next year as the
Montego Bay Chamber of Com-
morce accepts the invitation of
the Colon Chamber of Commerce,
to be represented at the Interna-
tional Commercial Exhibition, to
be held February 28 to March 15,
next year.

The local chamber of commerce
is now arranging the exhibits.

Special Ship Service

The Royal Mail Lines (Jamai-
ea) has announced that Kingston
will be the terminus of a special
shipping service for visitors re-
turning from the Coronation of
Queen Elizabeth in London next
year.

Pacific Navigation Company’s
17,000-ton luxury liner will cul
her usual calls to the Western
South American loading ports,
turning around at Jamaica for the
first time.

Honour for Jamaican |
A

A Jamaican, ,who played ;
prominent pat in the industrial
and cultural development of Pan-
ama, is to be honoured in mem-
ory by the Republic. He is the
late Mr. Maurice ilooper who

during his lifetime helped to build,
up the district of Las Minas, in,

the province of Herrera.

His memory will take the form
of a junior library to be estab-
lished in Las inas, as part of
the province-wide programme of
establishing these centres to per-
petuate the memory of various
benefactors of Panama.

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A silver model of the galleon
Nao Victoria, which, was
awarded by the Spanish judijes
at the recent philatelic exhibition
in Madrid to the British Colonies
for their display of special
Colonial stamps issued to ce -
memorate the 75th annivers ry
of the Universal Postal Uni
is now being displayed in ‘he
reception room at the Colonial
Office, Sanctuary Buildings, in
London,

A small group of Spaniard,
headed by Juan Sebastian Elca.io,
were the first to cireumnayig» te
the world on board the Nao Vic-
toria, After a voyage of th: ce
years, only one of the five sh.ps
which sailed on September 27th
1519——the Nab Victoria—returned
to Seville in September 1522, Of
the 237 men who sailed with “he
ships, only
exhausted,

The stamps, which are
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issued by various Colonial adm)n-
istrations and were prepared »y
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As one of the 23 founder mem-

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1949 to mark the 75th anniver-
sary of the Union, by awarding
two prizes annually in respect of

“postage stamps of the highest!

artistic quality and the most
happy symbolism”.

Spain’s particular participation
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inspired by the memory of her
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navigators who crossed all ihe
meridians and were the first

bearers of world inter-territorial

messages.

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ose anyocate| Whe Night A King Ticked = “THEGLITIER AND THE |) sr: cous: vorce sunstry ncono nook”

~ Ree esR SSS S28 oS Bs Se ft x = “i | GOLD” to help you read it in the Buok.
Off A Prime Minister |

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What do you think I do on Mr. Nicolson records : “The! BY NEWELL ROGERS ADVOCATE STATIONERY

holiday? Why, read about parlia- Parttamentar Re King instructed Lord Stamford-| : ; NEW YORK
mentary reporters! Busman Bark- | winuene ‘sar ah a ham to write to the Prime Minis-| Social diplomacy at the turn of the century

ley, that’s me. : ter stating that such unseemly be-| 4; : ;
What interests me about the | *W® Umexpected colleagues | poviour ought not to be treated| dictated that Winston Churchill and Lady

parliamentary reporters mention- in not-so-ancient history. with levity. “Members of Parlia- | Astor should never be invited to dinner to-
ed in Harold Nicolson’s new book, ment,” the letter went “now in-) gether

“King George V”, is that they see elude ladies, and such a state of | ie : :

hold other well-paid _ posts ee ae ‘iilrnaas col Sings oe Secor seme o| The rule is disclosed tonight in the latest
(Huh! What has th nio nat happen was tha ie la ajesty y :

say about this?) Yee “ace King George VI and the Queen warthy of the tradition of the instalment of the memoirs of Consuelo
they have the most exclusive Mother, then Duke and Duchess of Mother of Parliaments. Vanderbilt Balsan, former Duchess of Marl-
readership imaginable. Just one %°°K, had left for Australia to ome’ Tomi hoe ones bow a borough, “The Glitter and the Gold.”

reader apiece. There’s unpopylar OP? the first Federal Parliament Ba cc s — TF se ug wl . ad Fi
journalism for you; there’s classy '°, ™eet in Canberra. Mr. David to the Speaker. : She writes in Ladies Home Journal: “Nancy
sc nistatieha! Kirkwood and Mr, Ammon, two Show the King’s secretary's mes € the few. A ;

These men are, in fact, parlia. Socialist M.P.s, protested at the ex. ee to the Speaker? ee Ss or Was one 0 the ew American women
mentary reporters by appointment Penditure on whot they called “a s wo eS eS fon married to Englishmen who remained
to the Sovereign. rere eee sont hea be ee D seater definitely American. Her high spirits, her

To get the job you have at the | Baldwin’s report treated the established by a of y 6 gh sp ;
same time to be Prime Minister. matter lightheartedly. The King’s Rights,” says Mr. colson. sense of humour, her self- assurance, her







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NO PROGRESS

THE debate in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday on Federation cannot be
described as decisive, and leaves Barbados’
attitude towards federation uncertain.

Apart from recommending the calling of
a Caribbean conference prior to a London
conference the House of Assembly has
added little to earlier endorsement of the
Rance report (with modifications) as a
basis for drafting a Federal constitution

The House has not yet agreed on what the
modifications are likely to be. What somc







eee ; cre inued: — “The Prime Minister imme- : 4
of those modifications might be were hint Biggest Boob mene eee diately despatched his private) courage, her independence are all American |
d in th iditi ; Mr. NICOLSON tells us that for secretary Sir Ronald Waterhouse | (both Decorated or Plain)
ed at in the additional Interim Report of Jmore than a century it was the to Buckingham Palace with a| 2% also her beauty. Serew Cap Glass Jars (3 or 1 gal.)
the Select Committee which was discussed provtice ¢ the 7 Minister of aemand that Lord Stamfordham’s| “Her vivid personality made her many Frigidaire Bottles.
the day to send a nightly report

in the House on Tuesday.

Two of the recommendations of that
committee must startle any student of
federal government. The suggestion that
the Federal House of Assembly should be
elected by. adult suffrage and that the
Upper Chamber should be elected by
elected members of local legislative
chambers metfely means that the Upper
Chamber would be the, tool of
the regional or territorial assem-
blies. In that case there would be no point in
having an upper chamber. The argument
which was put forward by one member of
the Select Committee during Tuesday’s de-
hate that two chambers elected by adult

letter be or. friends, but there were those whose dislike Cc. S. PITCHER & co. Ph. 4472

Sir Ronald brought with hjm | was equally marked. She and Winston
ae Res reary ore Churchill are actuated by a strong antipathy ||
, , in e event o - ; p
fordhara's letter not being with-| one for the other, so much so that one never
drawn, the Prime Minister would) jnvites them together, dreading the inevitable
feel obliged to sign. louie

“This ‘communication reminded| €Xp/osSion. ;
the nie that one ee aes oF And this is what she described when her
histori objects ‘0 e ise 01 .
Commons on to exclude the| son was host at Blenheim Palace to Lady
Crown from interfering in its pro-| Astor and Winston “chose to appear.” A
ceedings and concluded by quoting heated trivial tt
Erskine May (the authority on 2ated argument on some trivial matter
eh One King a ended with these hot words:
ing down tha e ng ¢ | 3 z
take notice of anything said or Lady Astor: “If I were your wife I’d put
done in the House but by e, oison in your coffee.”
report of the House itself.” ae : y rea lif I SR a

Lor d Stamfordham inquired inston: nc were your husban
whether the daily parliamentary ; 409
reports from the Prime Minister would drink it.

of the parliamentary debates to
the King of Queen; but Edward
Vi'l was long enough on the
throne to knock this old custom
on the head.

It s¢ems Asquith once commit-
ted the biggest boob in the history
of parliamentary reporting. On
November 11, 1912, his Govern-
ment was defeated on an _ Irish
question, On November 13 he mov-
-d to rescind the vote.

An Ulster Tory, Ronald McNeill
(later Financial Secretary), threw
a book at a Liberal Minister called
Winston Churchill. The Speaker
adjourned the debate twice in up-
roar, and threatened to resign.

King George got to hear of
hese events somehow, possibly
‘rom newspapers or in private
‘alk, and in his own hand from







franchise would cause confusion as to hieied Cottage he wrote to As- | *L can’t remember its name to the King were now to be re- Mrs. Balsan’s pen portraits of:

i qUELD: + . . but I think it’s the thé garded as unconstitutional. ill—** i
which chamber had the people’s mandate “My Dear Prime Minister, 1 } saktch Guana’ Svtane rot Sir Ronald Waterhouse's reply Churchill “He represented the democratic
is not convincing. Australia and the [*"ow nes busy you are, but | } Mabel out in such a dread- to that poser was that these re-| spirit so foreign to my environment. Even
United States elect both chambers of their | jue to me thar chat oe nly ful rash,” ports through long usage might| then, in his early twenties, he was tremend-

due to me that I should be kept = «py > , . be assumed now to be part of the 2
informed of all important events roa a yr ai unwritten Constitution, The King| ously self-centred and had dynamic energy.
Tae ee ta irresponsible babble of the ex- might allude to them in private) tie told me he learned very little at Harrow
must remind you that I was tremists of the Labour Party for conversation, but it might be a - B
never silornes by you of ‘g de- the consumption of their consti- breach ot pay for the King and wanted to do a course in the classics.
cat of the Government on Mon- tuents, hig Majest k to base written representations i i ould
day. Equally, I was left unin- ih AF White: Himmant’ Slecouree: upon them, In the end the King How, seemingly without mt he.‘
formed by you of the serious and ous if not insulting allusions to 8@V@ Way. : recite pages he had scanned!
- hh yer agysagg Ms Pi his Family. And the King objects Withdrawal “As proof of his memory I quote a letter
Di aed Queen and I are very get to be anit a Moher oF 1 Lone Sneeshsene eOending from Lady Katherine Lambton received while
ylad that you and Mrs. Asquith . sa ’ letter was wi rawn, But in do- ‘at : ae Ri
ide 'settion to. Wiedioy ab the and ag cag ag: me ete arse ing so Lord Stamfordham wrote:| W’ ‘ing these memoirs. She says: “Sir

legislature and the idea that any part of a
Federal legislative structure should derive
its authority from a regional or territorial
legislature was rightly rejected in the
Rance report as inconsistent with true
-Federation.

The dual election system was embodied
in the United States constitution precisely
because the framers of that constitution

of next week.” fended by any members of the and King ent not eae erenree Laurence Olivier and his wife expressed a
i is That letter is filed at Windsor So ” hat his subjects generally wou . ; >
did not want strong government. This RAK. 404,12 (Royal Archives; Government. not be surprised were they to| Wish that Churchill should see their Richard

idea has not been appreciated as it ought | xing). Story’s Crown

know that the information con=| III. During the whole play he recited the

by exponents of unitary government and | te Fahe. Minigige eee at tries beotoes vena Dean ie poet te hie be Bs GENIAL ow it, words, almost putting the actors out, At |
the writers of the Rance report, all of whom oe the | worligka "ait Coceiabne RAK 2097,2. It crowns the story terms as those of my letter.” supper afterwards to the Oliviers’ immense
are accustomed to unitary forms of gov- hag it wold not coos again.” sa ae a 4 hag Mey gy wane. Se ken “noo as the! «rorise he knew the whole of Henry V and
ernment, disapproved of a system of [ing one bake etanetestinen I don't — Lords Kirkwood and Come now, whot do you think? Henry VI »y heart. When Olivier consult-
political struggles which partook of the —_ i ae, 5 waeh-ord min dons.) cobtelle vmabtorn + or b Fiona le . ed him pout how to say a certain speech,
nature of a battle of equals all able with [on ty one. : tried his hand at an account of when there are ladies present?| Churchill gave his rendering. Olivier, think-
equal apparent justice to claim to speak Baldwin Joked an all-night sitting. By a coin- Was Baldwin. right or wrong—

; c _eidence reporter Barkley, then a what would a Press Council havé| ing it better than his own, adopted it!
yy a — < with access novice, was trying his hand at the to say about him—in treating such| “A great statesman, a master historian, a
o these files tells us nothing of same thing upstairs. a matter with levity? : : ;
ne me eine scar CE. Sata Barkley got his report printed Mr. Nicolson comments: good painter, who knows, perhaps also a
mn an evening newspaper and it This absurd episode did not if
~ome to Stanley Baldwin, His was the only credential he had arise from any wit on the part or or had +e fetes ao Sroceend, :
pos vue that he made jokes in in his hand Sane he weume inte, of King George to undo the work: Queen Victoria.— “I confess to a feeling
his copy. e ce and asked for a fort- accomplished by the Glori i "
His Majesty read your report night's job. The fortnight has gone Revol — ae cA 2, ik a — of discomfort; her appearance was so severe

vith the interest with which he on ever since, instance of his constant O and sombre. It seemed to me it was her
ways follows the graphic and Reporter Baldwin was not pation with the le mW ah Noila i : ‘ 5 re ab
often amusing accounts of the nearly so successful with his orb oY ae ee s of public} deliberate intention to emphasise the dignity

debates,” the King’s secretary Lord reader, He informed his Majesty ]t ma of her perso d k. Any warmth she
3 $ . y of course have been that er person and rank, y wa s
jtamfordham wrote to Baldwin in that “an all-night sitting of the Mr. Baldwin sa thin i i
“ebruary 1927, House of Commons has come to about politicians taking > ie BHene muvee. Domeennac Haat Dave barn Drie

with the voice of the people.”

Instead they advocated the nominative
principle for the British Caribbean Senate
because men of experience and ability who
might not otherwise be available might
thereby be allowed to serve their country.

lf this recommendation is interpreted as
allowing for the appointment of persons
who have no chance of obtaining popular
election it may very well be rejected as



Dats : ‘ ‘ . “But on this occasion you take resemble St. James's Park at mid- with the Prince Consort.”
being inconsistent with the claims of the |, joss serious and, I suppose, more day—M.P.s_ lying about the Ne —LES Ed d VI “Al ibl d
West Indies to enjoy adult suffrage. But | House of Commons’ view than benches in recumbent positions.” SAT Bey, Tt plwagye, Spoeesivle ap

* Published by Constable, 42s.



3 if “Shoes For Tots,
- friendly, He knew how to discard ceremony Teens, And Up To
College”

without loss of dignity. He liked to discuss

Our Readers Say 3 the news and hear the latest scandal.”

For over a year a Congress committee in-









to substitute for the nominative principle
the principle of the elected territorial legis
lature electing the upper Chamber of the
Federal Legislature would be contrary to



; i ;, th - i 4
the federal principle of government since | Fiscal Survey oh a eernecee yo oid i ened ie sexta op peer ete: vestigated charges of waste and bad work
it would give the territorial legislature an re are Meco Advocate— in the meantime, though we are ont ee ey would not wish at U.S.A. Air Force bases in French Morocco.’
Be Oe taut ' : ers | meri nist,“ apt to puff and blow a bit at the Fe ee a ce eum Pear Recently th ked Arm: ran
unwarranted sphere of influence in matt See ee aes ay Be heat in this our off season, visit. , BUt perhaps it is my occasional y they as’ Army Secretary Frank

of exclusive federal concern.

But the Select Committee of the Barba-
dos House of Assembly seems to regard in-
fluencing the Federal Legislature as quite
a legitimate aim. Another of their recom-
mendations is that members should be able
to serve in local legislatures concurrently
with service in the Federal Parliament.

; ; ; letters (not articles) on the pre-| Pace to “take appropriate action” againsi

‘aveal is’ suggestive; they con- °TS would find the conditions here Pp 3 . : ‘

yy what Ie ital” Your recent still pleasant, and indeed much proline + a weekly Sabbath} Lieut-General Lewis Pick, boss of the build-| |!

orrespondent would not, it seems, ™re Pleasant than in most places. tt Ss Day—I don’t think it

‘isayree with this, for’ he says _ May I make one more comment (pa'ic t thir : pre resace Re a td ani

hat he found Professor Beasley's “Dd Point ut that the Survey is Shanda trons the. Seamus se Swed The committee accuses Pick of covering up|
inanti ; e ice. . {

nn piace aoeetk - oe To support its proposal. for in- ot toil and sport, and opportunity| the truth about waste, loafing, theft, and) ciddenans auc

cuke we have had further en- Creased charges on local letters, ies camaieaec ne siriteal ea Dee drunkenness. “ Black and Brown,

lentenment, But elas, though col wok ninns Set a. oiea cal affairs) hlen Genmad thi-| In a New York art gallery 158 British|;| — laced and strapped,
re is muc ‘ ; ; ; ; : : :

oe tased 2 BeceP iy Sam si" charges were _ brought — into ‘SP0rtive’ ire. But in this matter! artists are in a strange contest against artists’ | for all ages.

They'll be going
back in a couple of
weeks — have you
remembered ... .
SHOES ?















7 M t . I am entirely unrepentant and ‘
Acauiescence in such a proposal might lead a ~ ae nthe Re gil mei in Rina te be Eno ay tan Miss tt pinane =e be ees of 36 other countries. From more than 6,000 ||

eg bain 3 ; i eS eae ; A - This is ri { prised at the widespread approva inti i boo)
to a situation in which the entire Federal ravagant, only breaking — even ra . ee, aaa pe buch advocacy receives trom quiet pancnet, 100 will be chosen for reproduction i Attractively Priced
House of Assembly and the entire Upper hanks to bumper ee while Post Office is to be charged with Rood citizens who never write to] ON Christmas cards. : i| from $4.53
Chamber were composed of members of ue Weads. ‘To sample. minds the ie cost, of snavices rendered to the press. FRANCIS GODSON Winning artists will have nice dollar ‘in-!

Ny ‘ . . "a7 > over ‘ : , 1 y other branches 0 overn- 7 4s :
regional or territorial legislatures. ure for overspending is to spend ment, jt must get credit for what : comes from card sales. One British artist)

With views such as these being recom- | °" wiil'is‘not to be thought of, it does for other departments. It Livestock | already enjoys a dollar income from repro-| '
mended by a Select Committee of the Bar- | vile, though Mr, Cuke recog. vo ot charee, bor Clas tie TOI atee. we erentes | ductions of his work on Christmas cards — e9 ®

: a ises past ls 5 —_ e . ives rs “ : |

bados House of Assembly in an interim | ises' past lack of cars, he looks the” Customs ‘Department a very Cris — 31/6/32 eck) Winston Churchill I li
report, the suggestion that ac who goes about with his eyes open S#bstantial sum cach year in cus- I have been on this island for Jet Fighters still have a higher accident)’ >
should meet in the Caribbean to agree ON }\. be satisfied that Government t0™S dues on parcels. It receives two years and three months—I





a draft federal constitution before going
to London is not only sensible but the hold-
ing of such a conference is essential.

Two modifications in the Rance report
which have been recommended by the
Select Committee and which have been re-
ferred to above are not merely modifica-
tions of the Rance report: they are nega-
tions of the federal principle.

The Select Committee of the Barbados
House of Assembly speaks of a federal con-
stitution in which the states retain such
powers as they did not agree to give up.

CR la od i, deposits for the Government own—‘approximately—215 acres —| Tate than other planes, says the Air Force.|
yets value for all the money it O°P* : n—app ; : 5 |
‘pends. The oder of living is mine ae PS on ] suggest, - ioe $0 head of Dr seer wes But the ‘igures for the first half of this year |
lala cain’ Bron Siete: ‘mouse deal with country withdrawals as ner in Barbados Food Products| Were about 25 per cent. down on last year.'

; . well, and with Wireless licences); Co., manufacturets» Wholesalers,| And the Air Force’s accident rate in genera! ° -
eee atc “at fivtng a, Se further, it handles a considerable retailers of ham, bacon, pickled| ~ falling f ' 8 x
raised higher still, Though, as the Volume of business in connection pork, fresh and frozen meats,| 18 Taliing ast. |
Survey points out, more’ indus. With pensions. All this amounts locally produced. The 6lb. 50z. Girl born to Mrs. Humphrey |

on : ‘ to @ substantial total and may It is my opinion that any

Noowat een raion well balance the charges and ex- attempt to produce livestock on Bogart (Lauren Bacall) has been named MEALS call for
its proposals would reduce both Renses sugaemne by the Survey, this island without devoting a| Leslie, after the late British actor Leslic

he incentive and the means to disposing both of the loss and the reasonable amount of land to it H a Deli htful S. AUCES
venture, That existing taxation 8'8Â¥ment based on it. Admitted- is folly. No one can raise live- oward, i se
makes not sufficient allowance !Y such interdepartmental adjust. stock nor produce milk economi- American Experts on Russia estimate that’ Worcesiee Sauce
for the maintenance of existing ments make no difference to the cally if they had to buy both green if the Soviet Uni tai h Fe Gh ine Tomato Ketch
ndustries is retognised, but the £°€ral picture, but, none-the-less fodder and concentrates, Lands e sovie nion attains the goals of its > ra



This idea was vividly expanded by Mr. | \eed for amendment is not press- creheehee fair to get the record eee ne en aee ae) oe new Five-Year Plan, industrial production | Ver, gelade
‘ + 0 ia : n : c ‘

Adame, a member of the Select Committee, | 4. Seuitek tien . C. E, SHEPHERD. livestock production if parochial} Pet person will be about one-third as great ers «
when he said in tae House on Tuesday that |:arisr shaped for other places, or What Readers Pre, land taxes are put on an equit-| as America’s. ‘ adras Curry

s ld live to see one unified |from adding the cost of freight rs fer able and rational basis, i.e., based H i " i Celery Salt
re aes : the islands will Jamd_ insurance to the imports, To the Editor, the Advocate, on the real valuW ef the land in seeewiree SNP teen Ae aaa el Sas aan d
West Indian government: the islands v seems an insufficient reason for ,,°/%—May I say that I enjoyed question and not upon the area] priced food items at grocery counters. eee
try to give out as little as possible and re- |increasing the burden of Customs “: Hopkinson’s _ clever and alone.

tain as much as possible for a very long

time. es ye eR:
No clearer indication of existing opinion

on the subject of Federation could be given:

te saa ; and then go on to comment a incentives, 10-000 acres of land} over the ability i , i n=
s the suggestion in the Survey for iittie further.on this subject 8s could ond would be put into in- the a lity of Washington’s price con
rrigation schemes when we are yaised by Miss (or Mrs.) Adams? tensive pasture land—providing aj ‘follers to bring prices down. He wants the
_4ike you, Mr, Editor, I was un- large percentage of the * fodder] women to do it.
“ble to understend the meaning and concentrates for 25,000 cattle

duties. fo ma, It is conflising, as humorous letter in Sunday’s paper, __I believe that with the adequate Economic Stabiliser Roger’ Putnam despairs'
|



reing warned that, owing to the
lrought, the supply of water for






























: state- Saha at ; 4s : ss ! FIT WITH
and: it has been supported by: ne aoe " Steary pornose Base be ok of the word ‘Sport’ as used by the and 50,000 pigs — equalling some| _ For the first time in 15 years a challenge | KEEP arr A
ments of West Indian Oe lahes ever since | ‘4. ake 3 ro & dy % relation. to ber classifies. 15,000,000 pounds oe per} is favoured in betting odds on a heavy- Winearni: ¢
the Rance report was publis 4 re md , ton of the subjects dealt with annum—BUT these 10,000 acres : ‘ ‘ : Buckfast
But what cbnnection is there between | eee, ne Se tas anaes ct ote various ames e â„¢_ must be fenced, water nga poge aes ee =. It Wet ton e Wabeunes Minced Steak
so eee Ci Tusk . : OK a ans ‘Advocate’, a remarkable classifi- fodder crops planted, shade ©. ive in iavour 0 oc arciano nocn-
this insular suspicious attitude to aes ourism for financial relief, But, cation, by the way, with Mr. vided ete. outs in 42 fights) oy J ste Wal ee yh bees ee THESE
political association and the federal | vitn deference, I suggest that we Hunte’s serious articles, Flash For brevity’s sake, I make S In 4. hgnts) against Jersey Joe Walcot:, | DESSERTS ORS:
netnciple of government? Is the attituge | ~vust not be ower sanguine, Big Qe om, the Phantom om ee these undetailed statements but) the “ancient,” but cunning champion. Pears in tins per Ib
arene ce TA Pak in keep- an say wha e results o e Calling mixed up = an called g repared to expand on them . : ‘ 4 ; ‘ Dressed Rabbits 36c.
of the Select Comumittes cet re & . resent oil investigation will be, First Class, and W.I. Culture, . Eig ceerious "Sadliviauale or Charlie Chaplin has withdrawn his new Rhuberb in ie Dressed Tripe ..... 32c.
ing with “confederation,” which insists on judge, if oil be found, its effect Education Notes and my articles groups, « picture “Limelight” from the Internationa! Tee Cream Mix Stew Beef - 38e.
the individual independence of each unit n Barbados. The last minute thrown together and called sport Fl D. B, OUTCALT Fil a ye yg ; Apricots in tins Stew Lamb
whereas federation embodies a division of | ‘hange over to the American in- of the “Third Class’ and so. on! Most Needed way Dewtive® Ot NRee nee: Maeee get CU Fruit Salad in tins Beef Suet
WHHETrOCUS eae : ™ : ele “kk ¢ Junto > >» ovtialas sane f s } sas sys . - .
pee ties -cen general and regional cov- |‘erests put the clo ke back about B nce my articles were ost vee = plete the editing of it in time. It was a fav- Custard Powder Carrots
pow ’ : ze reat ae aE | vo years, for, aléng with still especialy named, I felt sorry she SIR,—I see that the Vestry or ee Cs Fruit and Spice Puddines 30 oz. tin Magnet
ernments, in which each ts cO-Ordinate |more valuable intangibles, it did not go on a little further and the Government officials have ourite to win top honours, hsntecneenadlincaddanen aed Peas 36c. per tin
with the others and independent of them threw away the great amount of mame the bad ones. For the only just put up a_ structure for the| Cenductor Arturo Toscanini flew to Italv! +
Federation thus-defined is not recone lable nformation that had been col- from my pen for severa] fish sellers at Paynes Bay Pee a eae a oa mY oe PHONE EARLY SERVE A VIELLE CURE
ae twa ay ommendations mentioned lected. Until the results, and its ynt ere the two that appear- The most needed thing in this} ‘Or @ holiday before conducting two concerts WITH YOUR EMPIRE
vitn tne ren Fe mera in) ffect are known, any substantial ed di August on ‘A New Namie village, however, is a latrine and} jin London and resuming his American con-|! G 0 D D A R D S$ COFFEE
were made by the Se t xpenditure on increased tourist F Capitalism ind these dealt bat! ! ry : ~ |
Comraittee. accommodation would be, reck- with ur economic position and Cc. EDWARDS. | cert broadcasts in November. He is 85. 1 a





eee

_FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,

‘

,

1952



3 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGE Belleplaine Looks

_ Like A Small Town

3 WITNESSES
GIVE EVIDENCE

Rudolph Blackman, McField
Belgrave and Michael Gaskin,
were yesterday arraigned and
pleaded not guilty at the
Court of Grand Sessions be-
fore Mr. Justice-J. W. B.
Chenery to the charge of
conspiracy between February
29 and March 1. Three wit-
nesses gave evidence and the
case has been adjourned until
to-day.

The defendants are alleged
to have conspired to break
and enter the dwelling house
of Elon Evelyn, a shop keeper
and lime kiln owner of Golf
Club Road, Christ Church.

Belgrave is also charged on a
second count, attempting to break
and ehter the house on March 1.

Mr. L. A. Williams is appear-
ing for Gaskin, holding papers
for Mr, G. H. Adams. Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker is appearing for Black-
man, Belgrave is unrepresented,

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solici-
tor General is prosecuting for the
Crown.

Elon Evelyn said he carried on
businéss on Worthing View and
his shop was about 200 yards
from the house. On March 1 he
closed the shop about 10 p.m. and
15 minutes afterwards left for
home. He had money on him, the
proceeds from the shop and the
kiln, When he passed a guard
wall near the shop, he saw Gas-
kin and Blackman sitting on it,
They got up and followed him
as he went on towards home, On
reaching home, he saw Belgrave
standing near his gate. He went

’in the ‘house and left them out-

side,

Heard Knock

Soon after he turned off the
lights, he heard a knock at the
door and on going to it cautiously,
made sure that those outside
were two police. He had been
expecting them. He let them in
and they went out into the yard.
He remained in the house and
saw the three men go backward
and forward. After some time, a
man named Robert Frazer passed
and he called him. The two of

them were in the dining room
when Belgrave attempted to
open one of the windows. The

police came from the back yard
and arrested him.

Frazer said that he had just
returned from town that night
by the 11 o’clock bus and wad
passing by Evelyn’s home when
Evelyn called him, He was with
Evelyn in the dining room when

Belgrave attempted to enter
through a window and was
arrested.

Clyde Brathwaite, a butler of
Worthing View, said ,that two
days before Belgrave was
arrested for attempting to break
and enter, Gaskin came to him
and told him that they were plan-
ning to get some of Evelyn’s
money, and invited him to join
them. At that time there was
another chap named Flatts, but he
did not turn up on the Saturday.
At first he agreed that he would
go with them, but afterwards
thinking it would not be fair to
do that, he went and told the
Evelyns and the Police,

On the Saturday nisht, he was
about the guard wall with the
three defendants and when they
went on their mission, he kept
Belgrave’s shees for him, These
he afterwards gave to the Police.

When the hearing of the case
resumes todays, Mr. Brancker
will cross-examine Brathwaite.

TREE BRANCH +
DAMAGES CAR

Even the cool, shaded park-
ing lot in the courtyard of the
Public Buildings has its prob-
lems. Yesterday a limb from
one of the trees that stud the
parking lot, broke away obvi-
ously bécause it had rotted in
several places and landed on
the top of the Prefect car
M-912, the property of Mr.
H. N. Armstrong, Senior Cur-
rency Officer.

Sections of the roof of the
car were dented and the glass
of the rear window was brok-
en. No one was in the car at
the time of the incident.





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THE LORRY M—1107 owned by Goneral Traders Ltd., and the bicycle
M-—2542 owned by Sylvan Cox of Wavel Avenue, Black Rock, St.
Michael, were yesterday involved in an accident at about 1.25 p.m.
on the wharf. The front wheel of the cycle, which collided with
the right rear wheel of the lorry, was smashed.

Permanent W.I. Court Of
Appeal Recommended

THE ESTABLISHMENT of a permanent West Indian
Court of Appeal will now depend mainly on the expedi-



tion with which the various



Governments of the area deal

with the question, and the alertness of the Standing Com-

mittee of the Conference
Caribbean appointed at its

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker told the Advocate

Mr. Brancker returned here on
Wednesday night after attending
the Conference, and was the first
of the three barristers who rep~
regented Barbados to return, The
other two representatives wera
Mr, D. H. L. Ward and Mr. E. W.
Barrow who are still in Trinidad,

Mr. Brancker said that the
Conference recommended a pers
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal. The Conference sent
cables of their decisions to every
Bar Council and Government in
the West Indies for nec@ssary
consideration and consequential
action, When a Government has
to consider the proposals for a
permanent West Indian Court of
Appeal, the Government may
have to vote money in some in-
stances, or amend certain laws.

The Conference began on Mon-
day, August 25 and ended on Fri-
day 29. It had originally been
scheduled to last until today.

It was formally opened by
Major General Sir Hubert Rance,
G.C.M.G., G.B.E., C.B., who re-
turned to Trinidag from England
on the previous day.

Renvresentatives
The visiting representatives

‘were:—

Jamaica:—Mr. J. S. Cundall,
@.C., Attorney General, Mr, Basik
Rowe and Mr. Vivian Blake.

British Guiena:—Messrs E. V.
Luckhoo, E. T. Singh, P. A. Cum-
mins, L. M. F. Brunham and H. A.
Frazer.

Barbados: — Messrs J. E, T.
Brancker, D. H. L. Ward, and
E W. Barrow.

St. Lucie:—Messrs Garnet Gor-
don, C.B.E., Guy Mathurin and

A. M. Lewis.

St. Vincent: — Mr. Wendell
Forde.

Windward Islands: — Mr, C.

Henville, Attorney General.
Grenada: — essrs L. Hosten,
S. H. Graham, and G. Clynne.
Antigua:—Mr, S. T. Christian.
Dominica:—Mr, T. P. Georges.
Telegrams or communications
wishing the Conference well and
conveying excuses for unavoid-
sble absence were received from
both Crown Law Officers of Bar~
bados, the Attorney General and
Solicitor General, Dr. N. W. Man-
ley, Q.C., and Mr. Louis Wharton,
Q.C., Trinidad, who is at present
vacationing in England.

There was a unanimous de-
cision to recommend to the va-
rious Bar Councils and Govern-
ments of the British Caribbean,
a permanent West Indian Court
of Appeal, Mr, Brancker said.
This woulq be recruited from
outstanding persons who held
or hold high judicial offices in
the Caribbean, Queen’s Counsel
in practice in the United King-
dom or the British Caribbean,
and members of the outer Bar

at $1.37 yd.

Coral,

Peach

$1.15 to $1.95 yd.

Orchid

DIAL 2664



of Barristers of the British
recent meeting in Trinidad,

esterday.

of not less 15 years’ stand-
ing.

A minority of the Conference
was not in favour of making
appointments to the West Indian
Court of Appeal available ta
members of the outer bar.

Peripatetic Court

It was agreed that the perman-
ent West Indian Court of Appeal
would be a_ peripatetic Court,
holding its sittings in the colony
from which the appeals came.

The Conference decided that a
Law Library should be establish-
ed for such a Court,

Another matter dealt with was
the formation of a general Asso-
ciation of the Bar of the British
Caribbean. The Conference felt
that that should be formed and
should meet annually in a differ-
ent territory each year. Any per-
son who was called to the English
Bar would be eligible for member-
ship to such an Association, to-
gether with those who are now
permitted by law in St. Lucia to
practise as barristers, on payment
of an entrance fee and subscrip-
tions.

The Conference agreed that the
quatifications for practice at the
Bar in the British Caribbean
should be a call to the Bar in
England. :

A Standing Committee was ap-
pointed for the Conference, com-
prising Messrs H. O. B. Wooding,
Q@.C., Garnet Gordon, C.B.E.,
J. E. T. Brancker, S T. Christian,
P. A, Cummins, B. Rowe, O. W,
Forde, L. Hosten, Dr. Manley, with
Gaston Johnston, Q.C., President
of the Trinidad and Tobago Law
Bar Association as Chairman.

“In order to keep the Confer-
ence in being,” Mr. Brancker said,
“it was agreed that this Standing
Committee should continue to
carry on the work of the Confer-
ence until its meeting next year,
and where necessary, voting
would be done by correspon-
dence,”

The two Vice Presidents of the
‘Committee are Dr. Manley and
Mr. H. O. B. Wooding.

Three Committees
Three Committees were ap-
pointed to deal with the three
main topics, a permanent West
Indian Court of Appeal, a West
Indian Bar Association, and mat-
ters related to the Judiciary. The
Barbados representative on the
Committee to deal with the per-
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal,is Mr. E. W. Barrow, Other
members are: Messrs Cundall,
Frazer, Christian, Henville, Gor-
don, Forde, Wooding, Q.C.. T.
Georges and H. Hudson Phillips
of Trinidad.
The Barbados representative ap-~
pointed for the West Indian Bar
Association is Mr. J. E. T. Branc-

ker. Other members are: Messrs

J. A. Wharton (Chairman) P. T.
@ On page 8





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Belleplaine, St. Andrew

village now has the appear





, which years ago was only a
ance of a small town. Uniike

Holetown, all offices and institutions are situated near to

each other.

“Hans Christian

Anderson” Will
Soon Be Here

The Management of the Carib-

bean Theatres Limited have been
advised that Goldwyn's HANS
CHRISTIAN ANDERSON wil!

boon be ready for release, and as
soon as it arrives it will be on
show at the Bridgetown Plaza.

Mr, Robert C. Maroney, General
Manager of R.K.O. Radio Pic-
tures (Trinidad) Inc., in a letter
to Mr. R. N. W. Gittens quotes
from a cable received from Mr.
Reisman, Vice President in charge
of Foreign Cperations, in which
Mr Reisman tells of his impress-
tons of the film.

Mr. Reisman’s cable states: “I
attendad a preview at Santa Bar-
bara, California of Hans Christian
Anderson last night, a night that
will remain imprinted indelibly
in my mind for the rest of my life-
time, The thrill that I received
when I saw Snow White the first
time, the thrill when I saw Best
Years and the thrill when I saw
Joan of Arc will pale into insig-
nificance by comparison with my
reactions to the screening of Hans
Christian Anderson. I personally
feel it is the greatest commercial
motion picture we have ever had
the privilege of handling, and I
only hope we have the ability to
measure up to the quality of this
film, Start telling the world that
it is the greatest.”

“Golfito” Brings
36 Passengers

The Steamship Golfito
in this port yesterday
Trinidad on_ its
United Kingdom with 20 pas-
sengers for the island and 59
intransiits. The Golfito also took
36 passengers from here for the
United Kingdom.

The Golfite which has __ its
agents in Wilkinson & Haynes
left the same day. The passen-
gers who arrived here were:
Miss H. D. H. Bell, Miss P, M.
Bowen, Miss J. K. G. Bowen,
Mr, O. Forde, Mrs. N. Forde, Mr.
W. J. Francis, Dr. K. U. Inniss
Mrs. G. E. Inniss, Mrs. I, Johan-
son, Mrs. FE. M L. Paton, Miss
S. Paton, Miss C. Paton, Miss UG.
Jones, Dr. A. G. Reece, Mrs. M.
M. Reece, Miss A. A. Reece, Miss
M,. E. Reece, Mr. A. W. Smith,
Mrs’ B. Spencer, Miss C. A.
Spencer.



calied
from
way to the



Bus Passengers
Get Bumpy Rides

Passengers who. ride on buses
which pass Roebuck Street com-
plain of the “bumpy” rides which
they get when travelling on that
section of the road from Harrison
College to Harmony Hall.

The road has many undulations
on this section, and when vehicles
are travelling fast, passengers get
a most uncomfortable ride. The
experience is even worse in the
case of cyclists, and persons riding
on the cross bars of bicycles.

DR. GRANNUM
ACTING DMS.

Dr. J. P. O’Mahoney, Director
of Medical Services, left the
colony on Wednesday afternoon
by B.W.ILA. on a_ ten-day visit
to Trinidad. Dr. F. N. Grannum,
Medical Officer of Health, 1s
acting Director.

Dr. O'Mahoney will among
other things, observe at first
hand the progress of the B.C.G.
Vaccine Campaign which is be-
ing conducted in Trinidad. He
will also visit the new hospital
which was recently erected in
San Fernando,

JENKINS ROBERTS

TAKES RUM TO T°DAD

The Motor Vessel Jenkins Rob-
erts sailed yesterday afternoon
with a cargo of 700 cartons of
Rum for Trinidad,

From Trinidad the ship con-
tinues on to Nassau in the Ba-
hamas with a further shipment
of 250 barrels and 160 cartons of
of the same product.



On the square where the
Almshouse is situated, the Paro-
chial -Treasurer’s Office, Poor
Law Inspector's Office, Vestry
Rooms and Sanitary Inspectors’
quarters are located,

Not far away is the Belleplaine

Playing Field and Community
Centre. The Post Office and
Belleplaine Police Station are
enly about 380 yards away from

the Community Centre.

Farther away from the Play-
fing Field is part of a_ bridge
which reminds one that Barbados
once had its trains, This was the
old railway bridge and the East
Coast Road, if it is ever con-
structed, will pass through the
area where this bridge is at
present Situated

When Barbados had its railway

system Belleplaine was a _ ter-
minus.
* * *
Religious Service

When the Advocate visited the
St Andrew Almshouse on
Wednesday afternoon the inmates
were holding a religious service.
The service was being conducted
by Mrs. M. Jeffries and Mrs.
Lowe.

Every Wednesday morning Rev.
Woodroffe, Rector of the Parish,
administers Holy Communion to
inmates.

Alt present there are 23 inmates
in the Infirmary-—ten men, ten
women and three children.
There is only one isolation case,
The staff comprises the Matron,

Mrs, D. C. Cumberbatch, and
three nurses,

“Since the Old Age Pension
scheme has been _ introduced
there has been a_ considerable
decrease in the number of

patients in the infirmary”, Nurse
M. Thomas, Clinic and Maternity
Nurse, told the Advocate.

* * *

St. Andrew Almshouse plays
an important part in the com-
munieation system of St. Andrew,
The Telephone Sub-Exchange is

situated in the Almshouse and
this is operated by the Nurses,
This Exchange connects calls
to Bissex, Hagsatts, Brucevale,
the P.M.O’s residence and the
Almshouse,
a * a

New Nurses Quarters

Nurses at the St, Andrew Alms-
house are finding the new
Nurses’ Quarters, which was

officially opened last April, very
convenient,

The Quarters has three rooms
for nurses, a spacious dining
hall and a kitchenette, The single
rcom for Pay Ward inmates is
also situated in this building.

* * *

On Holiday

The Postmaster of St. Andrew,
Mr, Hope, is at present on six
weeks’ holiday. His wife, Mrs. V.}
Hope, is taking charge of the |
St. Andrew Branch Post Office
until he resumes duties.

Six postmen are attached to
this branch, Two walk around to
deliver their mail while the
remainder use bicycles,

, *

4H we

Repairing Road

At the lower part of Spring-
vale Road workmen are now
repairing the highway and build-
ing a guard wall. This road, in
many parts, is in a very bad
condition,

a * %

New Water Course

A new water ccurse is being
constructed at Lakes, St, Andrew.
This is being done to facilitate
the flow of water which comes
from the surrounding hills,

A few years ago Lakes Bridge
was completely washed away by
a strong current of water which
diverged from the regular course
and undermined the foundation
of the bridge.

* * *

Sea Eggs

Bathsheba and Cattlewash had
one of its best “sea egg days”
on Wednesday. Boats brought in
large catches of sea eggs.

There has also’ been
large catches of Snapper.

very



St. Joseph Round-Up

Bay’s Foot

PAGE FIVE



More U.S. Tourists Youth Camp Opers
In Britain At Morgan Lewis










é ~ Visitors fre the United States The first Youth Camp of the
Am utated riving in Great Britain during L@eward Islands Mission com-
\p July totalled 32,255, an increase menced at Morgan Lewis Thurs-
of 43 per cent, compared with day evening, August 28. There
rhs ear-old Ivan Garner of the same month last year, states are over thirty young people m
Horse Hill, was treated and ««- the British Travel and Holidays attendance. The Seventh-Day
tained at the General Hospital on Association. There was a record Adventist crganizatiow form
Wednesday «after a grass-cutting’ increase of 46 per cent. in Amer- weeks made plans whereby it has
machine injured one af his fec ican traffic in June, and the been , possible to actemmoadate
the injury was so Serious that 41 1444) number of American visi- these” young folk in tents in the
PIPDUPACION Was: KapoeEnery, ors for the first seven months open air. Among those addressing
Motor lorry O—209 owned f the year was 98,472, which is them has — eer - hia
Arthur Innis: of Vaughan’s Lan, 33 per cent. more than for the Parchment, youth lea er th
was destroyed by fire on Tuesday correspcnding period in 1951. Caribbean Union “a headquar-
night last on Easy Hall Road. ters in Trinidad. Pastor Perch~
. . * ment was in charge of the young
A portion of a house ow b -_ : people’s wok in the Leeward
Iris Downes of Gite an 25 LD. 8 Islands Mission pridr to his
burnt on Wednesday last. It wi appointment in the: Caribbean
reported that a lighted stove we Notifications of infectious dis- Union. Also in attendance is
accidentally knocked over by on: cases lor the month of August, Pastor A. A, Ward, secretary-
of the household, and the fi1),!952 were:—Enteric Fever 10, treasurer of the South Caribbean
begun there. It was quickly ex- Puberculosis 15, Conference.

tinguished by
district.

rdsidemts of th
o >

What Kind
Another strange fish was
covered in the Glenburnie are
on Wednesday evening last. Th

Of Fish?

is the second strange fish that we:



washed up on the East Coa:
during the week. This stran
Ugh is shaped like a dolphin, but

the head is extremely smal!
has a beak with its back-fins lil
a boat's sail.

A number of persons saw
fish, but could not determine wh:
kind it was. The fish had diso)
peared when residents visited ti
spot yesterday. A fisherman to
the “Advocate” that he is sure
was a “sail fish.”

.





Workmen are at present er
gaged in erecting a stone pine
stand in the Back-G distri
near Joes River, St. Joseph. T?

walls are already up and the
is expected to be completed di
ing this month.

Wedding
LEACOCK—BECKLES

The wedding took place yi
terday at St. Stephen’s Church o



Miss Tatiara Beckles of W

bury Road and Mr, Winston (
Leacock of Hope Bridge,

Lucy.

The ceremony was perforn

by Rev. Basil Ullyett, Vicar, wit
Mr, L. M. Gittens presiding
the Organ, The Bride was giy

in marriage by Mr. Ethelb«
Sealy while the bestman w;
Mr, John Blackman and Mi
Daphne Sealy was Maid of Ho:

our and the Misses Patsy Estwi

Gloria Haddock, Cecilia Beekl
and Judy Stoute were Brid
maids.

After the ceremony a recepti
was held at Hope Bridge,
Taicy



REGISTRATION OF
UNEMPLOYED
CONTINUES

Registration and re-registrat\:
of unemployed workmen continu
at the Employment Agence
Queen's. Park. The numbers whit
are dealt with from day to dea
fluctuate, and the peak hour
usually shortly after the office
opened,

| BARR RE
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BOOTS MINDIF

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For Catde and Other
Livestock

Mindif Mineral Salls for
Cattle contain balanced
quantities of the essential
elements —- calcium, phos-
phorus, copper, cobalt, iron,
iodine, and

proportion of common sal!
The only practical way ©:
ensuring that the cattle ar
receiving adequate minerals
is by feeding them directly
with the ration,
Directions for Use

Cows in milk

Add 3 tb) of Mindif Min
eral Salts to each cwt, 0
concentrates fed for milk
production, Alternatively,
give individual cows 3 oz.





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to 3 gallons, plus 1% oz, for
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Ykes. of 2 ths, for 36c.

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RICE—In loving memory of my de

ant. Bungalow Modern Sea-Side, fv
furnished Pungalow.

bathing. 8 as “ti powers of persuasion to con- z , by Draper, who _ declared ™
to, No, 6 Catal Sands, Worthing _ CAR Hiliman Minx—Bxcedient cond! | lider: pease Ball, Road. which i-lvert the African ‘intelligentsia’ ** * StO°k, sale for £62. 108. Od. Bas. “that the ‘final form of th>}
ai de heen > ee eas Edwin Mayhew, " Gittens| Upright Chairs, Sideboards. ‘Serving avd i'to federation. Their minds were — yyombasa: ‘The Mombasa Arab 2580ciation between the commu - |
ATTRACTIVE RUNGALOW with po | Croney & Co., Ltd., Palmetto St, (Phone Saeee Cel ‘Table, ‘Tea Trolley—all “dmaade up before the scheme wi ity’a) “ers a id re» nity and the United States will
open Verandahs facing sea — Wi «3%4). 27.8.52-t.1... | Mohogany; Upholstered Drawing-rooiag@ven published. They look on § higege fn C4 phe Ear ady”, be determined in the light cf
ings main road — Well furnished; “Is 9 pi (Couch, Arm and Upris h * wana Shey, died this week agea : i atin *
Comforts — English bath - Two be | ELECTRICAL Sub) 9 pieces (Couch, Arm, and Upris.\tthe Gold Coast as a pattern for 119. Until three moriths ago, she ©%Perienc® acquired in eenves
rooms. Telephone 2949. eee eee eed wale salog. area le, Pictures, qndpcentral Africa, forgetting ths! gid her own shopping eae problems of mutual interest.
16.6,.52-—t.f MOTOR--In good working condition| Paintings, Statuettes and Busts. Orn+- circumstances differ and _ that, work. She "ee : bered he
“BASY REACH” — Small sea- one % H.P.—110 Volt Motor with com-|ments, Old China, Dinner and Tea Ser-funlike West Africa, the Rhode- : member when

Gibbes Beach. Comfortably furnishe
2. hedrooms, Refrigerator, servants’ roo) \

Gurege: we, Phone’ 2588 31.8.52—4. | Model Radio, one 5-Tube Mullard Tahie|of Drawerse-all in Mahogany; Book 7 on bered raids by Arab dhows when
FURNISHED FLAT—at Pavilion Model Radio. Contact KA. Whiteht d,|Shetves, Canvas Cots, Ware Press, African opposition is mainly African lookouts sounded warn- Go Back To Work
if’ baseuamie> Aerenatnatey Festa Wotton Plantation, Christ Chureh ay ee te Mn ee oe ra :Fdue tp dislike of change. M.. ing bells and the town’s African
= * ie — 3.9.52-—2n arders, Zine Top, Tables, 4-Burner Pcr fn : yi . ° § é ‘
Emnce Sea. 5952-10.) —vsuwsesusen.. \feetion ' Oil Stove; Gas Stove, Kitehon Hopkinson has explained” thot population fled inland to avoid PITTSBURGH, Sept. 2.

November, January, February, Mareh.
Apply Mrs. I. Weatherhead c/o J. N.| ——



OFFICES—In our Building in Lo ~The e FEPOT"A
bond e—in ee . One oe MECHANICAL La oe] ~a? r he ¥° that 90% of Africans are apr- oO N FE. ; ts
Dial ait, SS Oe ORES hd st MACHINE I=) Gee Rewind singet thetic. They liken federation Ww lN@OrE @Scis other work stoppage before th»

ne
ROOMS—2 furnished rooms for Rent,} ‘or selling is through leaving island

‘ + a ‘ay, ‘ENOTYPIST ae Expe rienced Sten --=
is NEWS FLASH typist, apply to ‘Agency’ P.O om 3 | :

PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Hopkinson Assesses from All Quaroers:
| African Opinion

TN TIT











SALES

— | REAL ESTATE



U.S. May Help |
Students Go Schuman Plan





















































































TELEPHONE 2508

















DIED ; : * On Federati
RON, FOR SALE = = eee ee ration seat ;
moer 4, 1962, Adeile | scree “Sah lek Saeaeele Sa . ‘ u er LUXEMBOURGH, Sept. 2. |
x funeral leaves Tudor | eam [are een ae eee he See Peewee oe LONDON, “Aug. 20 The US
Bridge, St. Michael it 4.30 o'clock this} Chest Churet paxt of Clairmont) with M H Hopk : arn i ea re. ee “|
; hael at 4, loe outlet to Dayrells Road, and suitable for Mr. enry opkinson, Minis- e further step into the affai of
yen for Gill Me Church, a 3 ‘ : P e rs |
Siecs hiker ana thence to the Westin ’ AUTOMOTIVE jlaying out ay building lots ter of State for the Colonies, has Strike

Europe by holding a liaison wita |
Opinions during the
Northern Rhodesia

} Wil be offered for sale at the office
of the undersigned on Thursday the 11th
September, 1952, at 2 o'clock p.m.

Cemetery.
Elton Scott, Whitfield Greene
(nephews), Mrs Elaine Jordan,

earned golden

European coal and stee
his tour of

community better known as the



CAR-—New Consul car only done 6,000



Mrs. Delcina Smaii nieces). miles. Reason for selling owner leaving| Te Plan can be seen on appliestion toland Nyasaland to assess Afri- _ Capetown: Pligg nye °f Schuman Plan. The step will be
§,9.52—Inj island. Phone 4641 «sau dereigned CATFORD & €o {ean opinion on Federation with Makerere College, _ - tne. taken when William Draper,
I i saincstcenhissesceatiianeatbinpaicieaael 3.0.52—8n. Southern Rhodesia, Ability, tact Wy University College, © U.S. special representative in

THANKS CAR1) KAISER. One second bana} ———————--—_-_-_-—-—— -fand charm of manner he has in Started a hunger strike fo

plenty, but what particularly European ar They rene. = sha. humo pe MP —
impressed Africans was his in- Sttend lectures because “meet Jean Monet of France, who

sai ; «< +, present food is a_ se! oes -_ wilngee ‘ African dishes. The College is '* President of the community.

He owes much to his diplo- â„¢aintained by British taxpayers _, ith Dregne Oo ee aie an
hn thee training, *for he served 24 costs £150,009 a year, or £600 cial expert Ww. designated: chiet
under the Foreign Office fo: for each -hpamataacl * oa ced are om . te com-
twent ears, finall, as d ‘y. ‘ i Tomlinson will hav
high Ge bie iL Italy. Had Vienna: Austrian children writ- munity. the

aH 7 task of reporting the
he stayed on he was a certain ing to friends abroad will be able the community to


QIBBS—The Gibbs family desire throuxhgtion, apply Barbados Agencies, telephone |teched 22 x 12. Situated at Brighton,

this medium to thank all those who 4 5.9.52 | Black Rock. Dial 0155,

sent ‘wreaths, attended the fumeral, Of cee ee
in any other way expressed sympathy CAR—1088 14-6 Model Vauxhall, 3 2¢w | -—————————

with them In their recent sad be-[ tyres. Good condition. Cheap, Phone} “AND-—A spot of land approx. “i

reavement 2959 before 4 p.m. 5099 after 4. perches in Belle Gully Rud., oppos:te
+ 5.9.52—) For particulars phone 2921

3.95%
IN MEMORIAM CAR-Plymouth 5 passenger Car 1048

aaa model in perfect condition. Done onl. “SEA BEAUTY”—on St. James coast,
19,000 miles. Phone R. S Nicholls 4 miles from town. Three large bedroons,
Office, 3925. Home 8657. running water in each room, servant

3.9.52—\/.n,|Toom, ete. Inspection between the hours

3.9.52—4m | Radcot











husband Rev. C. Rice who fell asleep













in Jesus gn September 5, 1951. 0. ot 730-890 am, and 4-6 p.m. Contectlambassador, but his ambitions t? US¢ @ special stamp issued by
3 loved th im well, eet zeae ee h’ CAR—Austin A70. Very good conditidu,|J EB. Samuel, Fitts Village, St. James. abe in ‘olities ~*. s = abled the Austrian post office “to foster States ie gy He er
dexe ike nA Chilton, Gnd othr | ane Some te sume lackey parse See O5,000. see" I with his c: . close relationship between Aus- ¢ventually called upen -
ee one Williams at 3006 and 95251 or apply as wi is career and the gamble jinn and foreign school children”, "commend America to help
relatives. Ts. A. * 5959, |Jehovah Jirah, St. George. came off. Leaving the Diplo- };° i, inscribed “International What President Monet to-day
3.9.52-t.f.n AUCTION matic Service in 1945, he became Gpijdren’s Correspondence” rag called “the birth of Europe”.
F@n BRENT GARS—ONE (1) Ford ZEPHER 2,500 Sieber Om head of the Conservative Party Schuman Plan officials realized



Secretariat until the 1950 elec- “°Picts a smiling, pig-tailed girt.

tion offered him a chance of @ 7 rove that the community wa:
seat in Parliament. Since then Wellington: ‘The price of beef 2° Gi 3 y

, , on the hoof touched an Auckland @ °ing concern before any dol-
a ee _ -— Ppp re record this week when a subur- 8° @id would be a dgpnary ns
S, ax eve iS ban butcher bought a prime steer This was made further eviden'



ONE (1) Hillman Minx 1951 Mode! that they would first have te

ONE (1) SM_1.800 Singer Car, *
CHAMPIO. ME
1940 Model. Apply to REDMAN & HAMMER

7 On Tuesday 9th by order of the Exec:i-
TAYLOR'S GARAGE UT cea {tors to the Estate of the late Miss El:ic

St. John, we will sell the Furniture at

HOUSES UNDER THE SILVER

|one as good as new.
BUNGALOW—To An Approved T:

Excellent Street.
For further particulars: Ap Seen



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ee = nen erence tt A TE

















Mombasa possessed an open slave
market and she herself selected
new slaves there. She also remem-

‘I pressor. Suitable for spray painting eie.| vices, Glass Ware, Ornaments,
Bungalow Bayfield Beach, St. Peter neor} Cali 4559. 5.9.52—n,|Ruas, Congoleum, ‘Simmons Single Be-
es -~—- - _ stende, Springs and Mattresses; Linen

RADIOS—One 6-Tube Philips Tavie|Press, Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Chest

sias and Nyasalanc! have a Eure-
pean population which has mace
its home there.

Coal Miners













federation, if it came, would pers capture.
unnoticed. As one chief wrote to
his District Cornmissioner “I

Utensils, Garden Hose; and many oth«r
items of interest.
Sale 11.30 O'elock

A 10-day “memorial” aolida)
ended to-day for 475,000 union

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—UP. |
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“MALTA"—-Cattlewash, For October,



_ LIVESTOCK

TERMS CAS it



ized hard and soft coal miner:.
Harriman & Co. 6.9.62 in] | COW-Holstein Cow, 24, pts, por «tay eer & CO-Trear 1 am federated. I suppose De Gasperi Will = Members of the United Min-
OFFICES Beat | eh 84,8,62—4n, |5.9.52—2n, my work goes on as_ before’ Workers of America started rc-

The Chief Native Commissioner







Not Join Reds

of Southern Rhodesia





taking » new wife. “You do n
know what she is like until you

Treadie Machine practically new. Reason month is over.

QUEEN'S COLLEGE ROME, Sept. 1.






























collaboration of either the Com-
. Re munists or the neo-Fascists.
To Britain De Gasperi, in a speech at the ing Lewis’ position
small northern city cl Predazzo talks with
LONDON, in the Tribentine region where
Twenty-five Colonial students, he is vacationing, said on Sun-
newly arrived in England, re- gay: “We have already tried

CLEANSING DRENCH for helping to
expel the “After-birth” or “Cleansiag™
from Cows, Ewes, Sows and Goats.
Price 2/- hox, Knight's Ltd. 4,9,52—Un,

eee

DUNLOPILLO MATTRESSES At
bargain prices. Surplus stock of 3 i!
end, 3 ft 3 ims offered (for spot cash
sales only) at $48.58 and $52.00 each re-



tons off the _ nation’s

NOTICE

All persons and business places haviig
accounts against the parish of St. Luey
eve recuested to send in same made up t
the Sist August, as soon as possible. And
in future to send in accounts monthly.

Kindly send all accounts to the under-

Investors Get
Tax Privileges

KINGSTON, J’ca,, Aug. 31
In a_ move to attract capital













in contra:

U.M.W. contract













from Canada and New Zealand| spectively, Strictly limited number for| signed. cently began the first of the six collaborate with the Commu- ;
for investment in the develop-| disposal BUY NOW, HARRISON'S, F. A. GREAVEs (Church-warden) | ‘/iroduction to Britain” courses nina and left-wing Socialists and agreements with southern
thent of Jamaica, the govern-| Broad St. Dial 424 Sr nae Fair Mount, St, Ley... [in London, but have foume a lhck of demic. SCC: .Cperatores ene - Aampene:
ment has subscribed to a double] Fever MIXTURE FOR DOGS — (or|— piven The courses are being held at cratic understanding Moreover, "Un out en September 30.—U.%*.
taxation.relicf convention where-| reducing the Temperature in Fevertsn NOTICE King’s College Hall, London, the have rejected solidarity
by profits earned in Jamaica by | Complaints, and particularly in the early Object of the courses is to keip y § ty

Offers in writing will be received up
to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, Sth Septem?»
1952 by COURTESY GARAGE. Wh
Park Road, for One (1) 1838 VAUXHALL
14/6 Saloon damaged by Fire. Inspect on
at premises.

stages of Distemper. Price 1/6 bot.
Obtainable at Knight's Lid

Egyptians Set Out
On Channel Swim

the Colonial student to feel at With the West. Aa
home on his first trip to England, 4S regards the neo-Fascist
and to give him information about Patty, who with the support of
details of everyday living in the rightists Monarchist Party,

persons and companies of Canada
and New Zealand are no longer
liable to income tax in Jamaica
and also in the Dominion supply-

In the NUMERICAL TELEPHON



- : ean DIRECTORY all Telephone Numbers a: 2.9.52—4n ade important gains in this and 2
ing the capital. Tax will be paid]; n?P Pe —'|take part in the courses. ma po} gi CALAIS, France, . 2.
in one vountry only. 4 oS eee ee nee’) 52—C NOTICE Amongst the students on the last year’s administrative elec- The teenage gyptian s ers

; aes —C.P
Pact Proposed Between
- Yugosilay Greece |
And key

: BELGRADE, Sept. 4.

Greer Premier Nicholas Plastiras
proposed a _ co-operation | pact
among Yugoslavia, Greece and
Turkey. In an interview with
visiting Yugoslav newspapermen
in Athens, Greek Premier Daid
said he was ready to reach «9
agreement with Marshal Tito. |

said Balkan security would be
ensured when Yugoslavia, Greoce
«ad Turkey were bound in frien !-
chip Khe.

Offers in writing will be received up first course are some from Malaya. tions, De Gasperi said that col- Mustapha Dawoud and Mahmoud

to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, Sth September
1952 by Courtesy Garage, White Pavk
Rond, for One (1) 1948 AUSTIN 8 05
Lorry damaged in accident, Inspection at
premises. 2.9,52—4n

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ie
ASSURANCE SOCIETY
LOST POLICY

Kathleen Braithwaite, the Executrix of
the late Christopher Augustus Brith.
waite, having made sworn deposition
that Poliay No. 14,400 on the life of the
seid Christopher Augustus Braithwaite
has been lost, and having made applica-
tion to the Directors for the payment of
the monies due under the same.

NOTICE is hereby given that unless
any objection is raised within one monih
of the Cate hereof, the sald Policy manies
asked for will be paid.

eel epecipnmnniaaryeiainnnmnnieratieniannemiatiaeneas-
Mild Steei Plates—3/#, 5/16, ‘4, 3/15
vx & 1/8, 1/16 — x & tow x Y
uto Tyre Co., Trafalgar un)
3.8, 52—t.f)

a pcan nnn
SPECIAL BUY—Men's Shirts — For the
big man — for the smal) man — &-%
1s to 17% -— Now only $4.19 each ;
for $12.00. Regularly $4.75 each
PASHION HOUSE, 36, Swan Str
3.9,.52-—411
a
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daly
Telegraph, England's leading Duiiy New
paper now arriving !n Barbados by 4°
only a few days after publication 11
Lundon, Contact Inn Gale, C/o, Advu-
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Tel. Silu. 41 ASD—t.t4

The NUMERICAL TELEPHON &
DIRECTORY is available at: Adyocat.,
Cole’s Printery, Johnson's Stationer,

Tanganyika, Keny Uganda, sible.”——-U.P.
Trinidad and British Guiana. :

Discussions will be held on the
British transport system, living

their first attempt to swim the







English Channel. Two French
$ j girls,

costs, accommodation, rationing, Nepali Congress names, embraced the two Egypt~
. ians just before they entered the

be shown and the students will Will Suspend
visit places of interest in London. Hassam, 18 an Alexandria stu-
and Dawoud 19, a radio

companied by their
U.N. Wiuld a CALCUTTA, Sept. 1. Colonel Sabry and the Secretary
mittee on Sunday ratified the aij hafshak who is controlling
Welcome ation Shafs

who refused to give their
restaurants and health, Films will
water.
FP, S dent
vn , Ex-Pr enuer employee from Cairo, were ac-
all-Nepal Congress Com- of the Egyptian Swimming Feder-
f . .
Korean Armistice





Premier Matrika Prasad Koirala running as the Egyptians and their
and two other former Congress pilot boat “Yankee” pulled away









[aE 24(} Roberts & Co. and at the Colonial Ady By Order Ministe: tr ‘ ber- ¢ the shore
We AE tistng Co. (Barbados) Ltd., James S C. K, BROWNE, ; inisters ‘om active member- from h rt
i) MAVE YOU EVER WISHED Pelee ne 2.9,52—4 Secretary. UNITED NATIONS, sie of the Nepali Congress for UP.
{ HOT WATER irae reais Sn eee ce eres New YORK, Sept. 2. three years. casi coal Nae calla
Use the NUMERICAL TELEPHON } 2 Ee ‘
i Tr the turn of a DIRECTORY to identify the owner-ef til s U.N. Secretary-General Try- The Committee turned down RUSSIA AND RED CHINA
( AP to vour SHOWER, Telephone Numbers left on your ces” Public Official Sale gve Lie said that public opinion Matrika Prasad’s request for HASIZE UNITY
i! BATH. WASH BASIN, paneer : — of most of the United Nations appointment to the sub-committee EMPHAS:
i et SINK “Win ine NUMERICAL TELEPHON:;| (THe Prevent Mbrshal's Act wot} vould enthusiastically welcome ito consider the dispute between
nee a DIRECTORY any Telephone Number os) 4 | ' a Korean armistice arranged ap-'him and the Congress working C
ae eee gesily ve traced to the party Goecine’. ogg? Rrigay the oth day of September} oximately on the basis of tuc committee, All efforts to reconcile Tung and Prime Minister Stalin
At Your GAS SHOWROOM Nn ne | MteHHOON Will be sold at my office to the foresent battle lines. ‘the Koirala brothers heading two cf Russia emphasised Russian-
ak We have in stock “Kurbicura" — | highest bidder for any sum not untert Im the annual report of the Opposing Congress groups earlier Chinese unity in the face of
Neen os =, S ~ ae ets Windaalle fan en” menanse i" All that certain piece of Land contain- J United Nations General Asseni- failed. The Nepali Congress deci- “threats of new aggression in a
EE | Horses, and big knees in cattle. Price 4'- ing by admeasurement 1,5 Square FectJoly, which convenes here on¢sion evidently lends a new lease Far East” as they exchinged
saree box. KNIGHT'S LTD, |*!tuste at Kensington Tenantry in Parisi Foiober i4, Lie said that the of life to King Tribvvan’s direct greetings on the seventh anni-



of Saint Michae! butting and bounding



on lands of Leotta Grimth, on a privaicfcepeated disappointments at the administration through his «ad- versary of the Second World













. .
i * ad way called “Rock Gap”, , th pr en Ae Oe" ; ; 9
Rurricane Precaution WANTEM ies ek tar ceed Sealeatec’ Spee ae See Camaunticds,, Shave, VA Sn op, War Victory over Japan 9.
T ‘ and on another private road calledgsiven rise to impatience, resen'- 2.
HINT No 13 RE “Kensington New Road", or howeverf{ment, and doubt.” Most of the £4£60896500505S9090S 200000"
* HELP else hy ne may abut and bound, ap-Freactions would disappeay, : soreeUn eR neon reee ee ee 20
ime as folio
a Pete as =i renter tte The whole land to FouRPadded if the truce talks were 4

AFTER A HURRICANE Yl rds ANT amend bY, Barbas KUNDRED | AND EIGHTY miaat | ruccesstul OP. ’ HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No.5





DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. ($488.50)



take charge of Information Bureau, 3








Do not drink water well Airport A knowledge of ivping Ana dew axdn: citistentions hie, ee St Ridi ul . IN A HANDY PLACE.
r nd Spanish desirable, Applicatic in N.B.—-25 % sit to be pali ee , :

\ without boiling until the eit ngs oe Picicnsen” Rete ts Lee Deposit to be paid on day Fy” evenson 1a1c es ‘ These can be obtained from - - - y
authorities say it's safe Publicity Committee, P.O, Hox 4 : T. T. HEADLEY, © $ >
to drink. Neer ee sommes | Taft-Hartley Act $$ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

2.21 S$ GENERAL SERVANT | ———-— a el ee 7
ee 4.9,52.—2n 4) | Must have good references. Mrs, Lionel MICHIGAN, Sept. 1. 13 NAILS at 30c. per Ib.

I | fT vor, “Cranky, Noow",’ Hastings, | LOST & FOUND Governor Adlai Stevenson aici S HAMMERS at $1.63 each.

chit nedsoabaadh ; on Monday that the Taft-Hartley



OLA OL L ALLS

















Act should be junked in favour
of “a completely new labour law,







LOST and chided General Dwight D. i
“cuisuet || wecmaaees ” |-sae-maees te a Set ee BARBADOS POLICE "

POSTAGE STAMP eel

ONE Liquor License, contact Che



——_—_—- No. 2002 on leg. Reward offered Diolftion” in American foreign policy.



aa



CATALOGUE 1953

°M4, Gordon Proverbs, Navy Garden



The Democratic Presidentia!



KEEP A FEW POUNDS OF NAILS AND A HAMMER

















































































PARTI ma tne corner Marshall Crh oa u a 3.9 s 1p candidate, in an energetic Labour {
BRITISH EMPIRE q g Day speech for Michigan votes Y R ® Pp li A 2 t
Complete = said that the new Congress in ou ulre Police ssistance
Vargo American Caug hii January should start afresh anc eq
* ts pe ° write a new law giving tix
;. JOHNSON'S =f; Defying Freneh {president power io. seize ‘inau- You See or Hear Anything
NER ee . n cases of national emer-
5 An Forse Ate on gee Ban On Rafts [er rere eae vey Bae which arouses Your
= oe aed and the General Public that ‘ . wes i
s ions my Office will be closed fot MARSEILLES, Sept, 1. lawing jurisdictional strikes and tte
" ” Vacation from September 8th A coast guard patrol boat on}on boycott, suspicions,
. wid will be reopened on Monday night cut short the —U.P. \{
n » September 29th. rae: by eee Ridhard | .
} ‘be See sa ines er to sail his homemade ravt '
ere BAY LEY Ken Tooki” to Africa in defiance In Touch With Barbados You have any information
ps ee of the French ban." Miller and] Coastal Station hich ol | di
_ i : our crewmen slipped out of Mar- ‘able a reless (W.T.) Limited od i
> gaa eilles on the raft before dawn to] Wit, the gaiewung” sips. through thes wre eae
“ circumvent the rench order] parbados Station:— - :
« ea or rafts a menace to M a Vigrid. ws Tshay. s. Merchant, ate assistance to the Police
i shipping. A speedboat was sent out esi, $.8: Binkom, A., 8.8. Tachira,
. i: %~ The Officers & Members ifter- it and coast guard vessels |°:5. 0° Crase, 3.3. Antrope ot
I se ds Wee * r of the were alerted. The craft was finally der, 9.0. AMmtrétor, 5.5. Imbern
ADVOCATE’S SOCIAL CLUB @/ hy i l Under the Patronage of owe ot ie : pore port 14 mile AiSsbings wee Galea, . pe Carhaee
. KD he Hon, V. C. Gale, “M.LC

Renta ne: gatpedon aie, hobeioun
, invite you to theit
> ) A N en
SCONES jf, DANCE N pour {i} NOTICE |
* 2 at the \
N13 vovonreek DRM WALL SHANTON | POULT |
3c. Each { , on SRA TAFFETA { The Public are invited to drop
MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH } in at, the COSMOPOLITAN CLUB {
er { OCTOBER, 1952 { Lovely Quality — Eleven Modern }
‘ ‘ 4 v. (Bank-holiday) Shades 36 inches wide ) and RESTAURANT, Bay Street
ANBADE! 18 as Siok per yard
. a 8 i awe by | i i where delicious Chinese and }
AKLRBIES Th i ® 5 i erie vee. FLOWERED SHEER } Creole Foods are served Dally |
2 SUBSCI Ne it 3/- Oth a ff = io eas :
Dial 4758 uy Dancing fom 9 pm 5 hea ace Be ot Sees
are erprrrT ( Lickets not Transferabl 35} wide — $1.19 & S139 per yard ii A 1 Chinese Chef, Dia! 42
% VIE ; )
At q} Dress Optional 3 i) -MIRPALANI, 82 Swan Street, | Reservations 5.9.52—-2n



——

PODDLVPOSDEPAS MHHY

‘ —

abov?!\t.s. ORANJESTAD 9th September, 1952
ground suply of coal, strengthen- | SAMLING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO

‘“"*1 M.S, STENTOR Sth September, 1952
the operators. te: 3.8. COTTICA 2nd September, 1952
with northern) ey ASSOCIATION (INC.)

ae ie Tih con 6 ss ;
operators end: on September 21 | SAlNG TO TRINIDAD AND Cx RACS ‘

‘© under Lewis’ cancellation orde> |xz's
S.P, MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., 4
Agents,



CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR
Hong Kong, Mauritius, Nigeria, laboration with them is “impos- Hassam struck off from nearby | LADY RODNEY

CANADIAN CHALLENGER
Cape Gris Nez at 17.12 G.M.T. in eS dog

CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR?



party decision to suspend ex- the swim. A heavy swell was $S969S56S9S9 FFT ISSSSOC





%
:
$
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MOSCOW, Sept. 3.
Communist China’s Mao Tze-
.







JOHN M. BLADON & Co. |

"Phone 4640 -t-

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952






Use ‘ Mentholatum’ Balm to
heal Sore and Cracked Skin,
Rashes and Roughness. Use
* Mentholatum ° daily. It is so
simple to use. You just RUB
IT ON. * Mentholatum * makes
your skin soft and smootl: and
keeps it clear. * Mentholatum ’
is good for ALL Skin troubles.
As it coois it soothes, As it
soothes it relieves. As it
relieves it heals. Quick—get a
jar or tin to-day.

ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM

AND



Made Only By
The Mentholatum Co. Ltd.,
(Est. 1889) Slough, England.

Nia di ele Waele

turning to the pits in an atmo:-
phere of pessimism. Many be-} Ss
lieved that there would be ar



SPIES 9S re FU FOS/ F9SOIDISOO,

The U.M.W. President John L. ROYAL NETHERLANDS ;

opposite Roya) Theatre. Best sea bathinu.| Apply Victor A. D. Preacod, Howell's j Premi i Py: ri’s : .
Garage attached. Week-ends and holi-| Cross Rd. Near ivy Rd,, St. Michael Queen's College has a staffing vacancyg?Ve lived with her”. oe eee = Gasperi’s Lewis ordered a 10-day lay-oti STEAMSHIP CO. The M.V. CARIBBEE will ac-
days accepted. Phone 8401, 5.9.52—+t.{.n. $.0.42~1n for @ Graduate in Mathematics, for Jen aera Democratic Party in- to pegin on August 23 as a trib- cept Cargo aba: Passengers» tor
Scene _.- | uary, 1953. tends to campaign for next 31 SAILING FROM BUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat.
vp pAppligetions should be made to tha Courses Introduce year’s general elections with a — a a ee eee $.S. COTTICA 5th September, 1952 Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday,
C dian-N. Zealand MISCELLANEOUS tleulars may be obtained, on or beferc Col. ° 1 , bloc that will maintain solidarity . seyen months period. MS. NERSILLA 20th Septenaber, 1982 ea
Wa have in atotk> ~..” Tig FO SF BOTT TOR a st onial Students ith the West and refuse ihe “ pe shut-down sliced 1,000,00)| AUS: BONAIRE 3rd October, 1962. The M.V. “MONEKA" will ac-

SATLING TO EUROPE cept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat.
Nevis and St. Kitts

AND BRITISH GUIANA Date of Sailing to be notified
B.WA. SCHOONER OWNERS’
NESTOR 38rd October, 1952

HERA 15th September, 1952
HERSILSA 13th October, 1952

Consignee, Tele, No, 4047

OPO AMD OOSE OBEN





Canadian-National Steamships



SOUTHBOUND
Sails Salis Sally Arrives Salis
Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbedes

29 Aug 31 Aug. — 10 Sep.
2Sept. 6 Sep: 8Sept. 17Sept. 18Sept
12 Sept. 15 Sept. - 24 Sept. ‘

iN 22. Sept 26 Sept, 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oc.
OkTHBOUND

Â¥ Arrives Arrives
Halifax Montreal

9 Oct 13 Oct.

aceives Sails Arrives
iatbades Barbados Boston
25 Sep. 28 Sept.

LADY RODNEY 30 Sept. 2 Oet 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
CANADIAN CHALLENGLN 6 Ort. 8 Oct. — 91 Oct. 24 et.
LADY NULSON + we pay t 21 Ort 20 Oct. 31 Ort. 4 Nov.



trainer | Por further partievtars, apply to-—

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.

>
‘

30 ome esey : 4,
SEO LE ELLE LEE LEPLDASS

C"G" TRANSATLANTIQUE

SOUTHBOUND

DE GRASSE Sailing September 3rd, 1952
Lees oF eens Re Seay nies, CRE SF

COLOMBIE Sailing September 24th, 1952
Cees SVENER, he Cees Saxon, Coreene ee"

‘ORTHBOUND

DE GRASSE Sailing September 16th, 1952
CouDuanth ‘Salling October Sim, 1052
iLO! a) r
Calling at Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southamp-
ton and Le Havre.

R. M. JONES & CO.,
. PHONE 3814



LTD.—Agents

SPIELE LLL LELALS LPP LSPCLEE EEE ALCP

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1953 AMATEUR BOXING
CHAMPIONSHIPS

Under the Auspices of

CANADA DRY

will take place at the...
MODERN HIG SCHOOL STADIUM
At 8 p.m. on Friday, 12th September
CANADA DRY STEEL BAND IN ATTENDANCE
Bar — Music — Thrilling Encounters
ALL BOXERS who either have entered or would like to
enter for these Championships are asked to present
themselves at the ring, Modern High School, on Friday
afternoon, 5th instant, at 5 o’clock for weighing and
matching.
Ring Side $1.00, Ring Circle 60 Cents, Bleachers 30 Cents



REAL ESTATE

MODERN HOMES

FOR SALE or RENT in all Districts



AF.S., F.V.A.
Plantations Building

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952


































BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
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Mayonnaise
. Salad Cream
Baked Beans
Bots. Tomato Ketchup

Cheese per ib

STUART & SAMPSON
(1938) LID.

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K.L.B. PEARS , ,, 16
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PAGE EIGHT

rommonwealth XI In Commanding Position

Headley, Rickards Add
115 For Third Wicket

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 4.

THE END of the second day’s play in the Festival
Match at Kingston saw the Commonwealth in a com-
manding position in their match against the England XI.

Resuming at their overnight total of 143 for 2 wickets,
they carried the score to 344 for 6 declared and by close
had captured 5 England second innings wickets for 177.

The foundation of the Com-
monwealth score was an all-Ja-
maican third wicket partnership
of 115 between Headley and Ric-
kards. Rickards with his some-
what adventurous style cleaving
vicious arcs through the air with
his powerful strokes contrasted
greatly with Headley who seem-
ed almost to lean on the ball and
with no apparent effort send it
purring to the boundary. But
both provided the spectators with
much enjoyment, and both were
of immense value to their side.

In Trouble

Just when the spin attack had
been tamed Howard called for
the new ball and: immediately
both batsmen were in trouble
against Gladwin and Jackson. It
came as no surprise when Rick-
ards after a lucky snick through
slips for four off Gladwin was
ceught there off the next ball for
69. Headley after surviving a
further 20 minutes during which
he scored six runs followed when
he was palpably lbw to Jackson
when two short of his century,

A neat innings of 37 by the
young Oxford player Dowding
followed by an unbroken seventh
wicket partnership of 61 in 45
minutes between tihe Australians
Pettiford and Tribe in’ which
both used the long handle to
good purpose enabled Barnett to
declare at half past three.

England once more have Ken-
yon to thank for a good propor-
tion of their runs. This _after-
noon he followed his first innings
95 with a well earned 81.

Dropped

When he had scored only 17
Kenyon was dropped in the slips
off McCarthy, The South African
bowler looked and must have
felt disappointed at this. But it
was nothing to how he must have
felt later. For after coasting
steadily to his 50 Kenyon went
berserk when McCarthy came on
for his second spell and hooked
him four times to the boundary
in this first over. In half hour the
score rose by 50. Thus revenge
was all the sweeter for McCar-
thy when he bowled Kenyon with
the last ball of the day. Fishlock
who after a shaky start settled
down to play some nice shots is
still there with 37.

ores
England — First Innings

269 (Kenyon 05, Tribe 4 for 63)
Second Innings

Kenyon b McCarthy 2 81
Brookes oc & b Tribe ‘ Ww
Ikin ¢ Barnett b Ramadhin 20
Gibb ec Carnett b Tribe 2
Poole ¢ Bowding b Ramadhin 10
Fishleck not out 37

Extras 10

Total for 5 wickets 177

Commonwealth — First Innings

Livingston c & b Jackson - 12
Headiey |.b.w. Jackson . 98
Worrell ¢ Gibb b Sims ... 35
Rickards c Jackson b Gladwin 69
Bowding lb.w. Ikin 37
Pettiford not out 54
Barnett c Gibb b Ikin ll
Tribe not out 24

Extras . 14

Total (for six wickets decl'd) 354

Cricket Is Too

Solemn

MELBOURNE.

“Cricket has become far too
solemn,” Dr. Herbert Evatt, leader
of the Opposition and vice-presi-
dent of New South Wales Cricket
Association, said this when he
made a statement on the issues
behind the case of Sid Barnes
which has become a national issue
in Australia.

“We must always remember
cricket, even Test cricket. is only
a game and not war, and there
must always be room in it for fun
and humour and exuberance of
spirit.

“Barnes has always brought «
touch of boisterousness as well
as genius to the cricket arena,

“His long and courageous fight
to clear his name will be good,
not only for cricket but all manly
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port,

“The cricket public will be gla¢
to know he had throughout the
support of such sportsmen as
Bradman and many others, as wel!
as the New South Wales Assacia-
tion.”

New South Wales is leading a
movement for a sweeping reform
of the Board of Control,
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LONDON.

German boxing promoters are
anxious to match European cham-
pion Heinz Nehaus against the
British and Empire heavyweight
title holder, Johnny Williams in
Dortmund on September 21 for a
purse of £6,000. This would be

split 60—40 with Williams, as
challenger, geting the smaller
share,

But there is one important fact

which the Germans appear to
have overlooked.

Last October in Dortmund,
Williams was awarded no more

than a draw after handing Nehaus
a boxing lesson. That was bad
enough. But even worst is the
fact that 10 months later the Ger-
man promoters have not yet
handed Williams his full purse
money.

The Williams contract was for
£1,500 in sterling but up to the
present Manager Ted Broadribb
says he has had only £875 in
dribs and drabs. This means there
is still £675 owing.

Three times Broadribb has been
to Germany and has spent nearly
£1,000 in trying to get things
squared up. All he has had to
show for his trouble are a few
letters written in German which
cost him about ten shillings each
to have translated.

Now all the correspondence has
been handed over to the Board of
Control who have been asked to
take up the matter officially.

Williams is willing to fight
Nehaug again, this time for the
European championship, but not
before he has been paid what is
owing to him. And if the Germans
don’t mend their ways and pro-
vide the missing cash there is
likely to be a first-class flare up
with Williams's interests being
looked after officially by the
British Boxing Board ot genwrol.

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Challenges
Trinidad

‘From Our Ow, Correspondent)

KINGSTON,

Jamaica's golf enthusiasts have
become interested now that it has
been announced by the Jamaica
Golf Association that an_invita-
tion had been sent to Trinidad
asking that colony to send a team
here in November or December
this year for an_ intercolonial
ournament,

Trinidad, however, has not yet
replied to the invitation but offi-
cers of the Association feel. that
the challenge will be accepted
and that the cream of talent in
both colonies will face each other
this year on the Constant Spring
18,

Local comment is that Jamaica
today is in a strong position in
Caribbean Golf, despite the un-
deniable top-class of many mem-~-
bers of Trinidad’s St. Andrew
Golf Club, Leslie Ward, current~
ly Jamaica’s medal-play cham-
pion, was for many years king-
pin at St, Andrew.

Trinidad has been asked to send
8 players who would compete in
match and medal-play against a
local team.

Davis Cup

The Jamaica Lawn Tennis As-
sociation is paying serious con-
sideration to preparation for the
future BWI efforts in the Davis
Cup, A four-man Davis Cup Cell
of the Junior Lawn Tennis Club
has been named to begin early
training under veteran Brandon
Trophy captain, Donald Leahong.

The four named are Gordon
Ince, Peter Philips, Al-Jamaica
Junior triple ohampion, Andrew
Bloomfield and Ron Cooper. The
programme includes the roping in
of Eddie Aris, now acknowledged
B.W.1. No. 1, and so form a five-
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THE CAPTAINS of Harrison College winning Basketball teams are
here pictured displaying their trophies soon after they had been pre-
sented them by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Alfred Savage after
two presentation matches at the ¥Y.M.P.C. last night. Left, the captain
of the First Division team, and right, the captain of the Second Div-
wa team. Winners of the Knock Out competition was College Old

joys.

Governor Presents

Basketball Trophies

After two presentation
night, His Excellency the

matches at the Y.M.P.C., last
Governor, Sir Alfred Savage

presented trophies to the captains of the winning teams of
the Basketball Competitions. The Cup winners were, Har-
rison College of both First Division and the second, for the
League Cup, and Harrison College Old Boys of the Knock

Out Competition.

Harrison College tied with
Carlton in the First Division § in
the number of games won in the
League Competition, but had a
better goal average. The College
Second Division team also won
by goal averages, They tied
with Police and Boys’ Club in the
number of matches won.

Last night’s presentation
matches were, Harrison College
vs. a picked “team and Harrison
College Old Boys vs. Carlton,
The picked team won 24—18 and
Carlton beat College Old Boys

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Georges, r. A. Cummins, B. Rowe,
G. A. Mathurin and S, H, Graham.

The Barbados member appoint-
ed to consider relative matters o!
the Judiciary is Mr. D. H. L, Ward.
Other members are: Messrs A, M.
Lewis, V. O, Blake, L. M. Burn-
ham, G. Clynne, E. Clarke, R.
Budri Rankeesoon, P. T, Georges
and S. T, Christian.

Mr. Brancker said that on the
second day of the conference, Mr.
Wooding in a two-hour address,
ably put the case far a perman-
ent West Indian Court of Appeal.
Mr. Wooding expressed the view
that the establishment of a per-
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal would be the first step to
the establishment of a Federal
Court as envisaged by the Rance
Report.

Practice at the Bar

Mr, Wooding remarked that
Judges who had not had the ben-
efit of actual practice at the Bar,

did not grasp with the same ease. '

He asked members of the
ference to think regionally
not parochially.

He said that when he found so
much back biting and intrigues
foing on among the people sup-
posed to be establishing this West
Indian Federation, then, “I say,
let somebody else get on and put
some of the foundation down,”

Mr. Wooding summed up thea
three main reasons for a perman-
ent comprehensive West Indian
Court of Appeal as:

(a) There is present need fo‘
such a Court independent ot
the duties and personalities
of the nisi prius judges.

It would be the natural and
necessary preparation for the
judicial work arising upoi

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Besides His Excellency,
Savage, Mr. J. C. Hammona,
headmaster of HarrisOn Collegé,

and Mr, R. M, Cave, were among
the large number who attended.

Mr. Cave in his introductory re-
morks before the Cups
presented said that College had
made an achievement in carrying
off both League Cups.

The matches were not the best
seen this season, Players played
without much spirit, doubtless,
nsainly beeause nothing was at
stake,

Federation of the area,
It would tend to and afford a
uniform body of functional
judgments and, learning of
the highest authority and
prestige subject to review
only by the Judicial Commit-
tee of Her Majesty’s Privy
Council.

Mr. Brancker said that tribute
sNiould Be paid to the two who did
most to bring to life the Confer-

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ence,—Mr. Wharton and Mr,
Wooding.

Goodwill
At the closing dinner of the
Conference, Sir Hubert Rance
sald that with a Caribbean Bar
Association, lawyers would be

fermenting that goodwill, and in-+
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which was so essential for proper
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SPORTSMAN OF THE WEEK:

JOHN SAVIDGE

LONDON.

ATHLETICS WAS, for a long time, the poor relation
in British sport, and, dividing it into two spheres, field
and track, the field events came a bad second. Thus can
be judged their standing amongst sports followers in
Britain. ,

This state of affairs has ended. Just as runners like
Roger Bannister, Chris Chataway and Gordon Pirie have
made Britain athletics conscious, the field events too have

produced a champion.
te is John Savidge, holder of
sinki, Bill N : the British and Empire weight-
ankeville and Len putting records. Seldom has one
man ever done so much for any

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BOXING i i
_. particular sport in one country as
JERSEY JOE WALCOTT will this burly 6ft. Zin. Royal Marine

defend his heavyweight _ title

: - ° sergeant.
fees Rocky Marciano in Phil- efore he came along, a putt of
adelphia on September 23. As fifty feet was just a dream of the

Walcott will receive fe > s of this event
40% of a gate which is samedeea _ sevens followers of this everit.



Sports
Round-Up

LONDON.

J. BARTHEL, of Luxembourg,
winner of the Olympic 1,500 metres
‘title, will run in the mile race at
the White City in a floodlight
meeting on September 10. Rogei
Bannister, who was fifth in the
Olympie 1,500 metres, and D.
MeMillan, who was also a finalist
at Helsinki, have both been in-
vited. Others who are scheduled
to appear are Chris Chatawav.
fifth in the 5,000 metres at Hel-



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From then on he made constant tore the healthy acid balance, by
progress, In practice he often
threw well over fifty five feet, and
athletic followers in Britain
looked to him to bring back a
medal from Helsinki. But like the
remainder of the British team,
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national competition, He was not
used to the large number of com-

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will get 30 £285,000. Marciano was an event which was known Wait between each putt. But ne RESTORES DIGESTION
8 % sett eee only by name. performed extremely creditably to —
GOLF But John, together with coach gain sixth place. Recommended for:
HARRY BRADSHAW (Port- Geoff Dyson, soon changed that. At the ag Dyspepsia * Heartburn
t ge of twenty- an
marnock) heads the Professional The dream of the few became John has the time in bao: Flatulence Palpitation
Golfers’ Association order of merit reality, and the disinterested But whatever the future halds in ceil eekaibl’ ot
for the Harry Vardon golf trophy, asses interested followers. store, he has left a mark in jastrie Acidity, etc,

So far he has totalled 54 points for

British athletics. He has é
six tournaments with an average follow. end

standard for others to follow end

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of nine, Next comes the former _ Competing for Britain against 4 targ + See F Te

open champion, Max Faulkner France in an athletics match at oa re aim at. More 4 r\’. Delsa |
(St, George’s Hill) with 48 points the Colombes Stadium, Paris.) weight putting is not eo ee 3 {2 th
(average 9.6). Third is Arthur last month, John added yet tive of the hanacion le preroga- ae a wt NAY
Rees (Sunningdale) with 68 another to his long list of tri- Russians cans and _ the 5 + emma *
points (average 9.71). umphs, He not only won the ae —LE.S. 16 MEASURED LOSES IN EACH PACKET

event but his putt of 54ft. 9}ins.
SOCCER established a new oS i
MORE SOCCER CL’ to meeting, and was also over four
broadcast saehabacrs tet inches more than his own Britisa
home matches to local hospitals. and Empire records.
The two Manchester clubs, City his distance may seem
and United, and Neweastle are the Compare unfavourably with the
latest to adopt the scheme. Clubs ‘iftyaseven and fifty-eight feet
are to provide their own commen- Putts achieved by the Americans
tators, and the commentaries will Jim Fuchs, Parry O’Brien and C
be transmitted direct to the hos- D. Hopper. But John's perform -
pitals by land line. ances cannot be judged on figures
CRICKET alone. He has had to play almost
JACK IVERSON, Australia’s @ lone Rees = only o oe
spin bowler with the freak ip, figures oO compe e against. mcl
has replied to Len Hutton's light. P© has been competing in. the
hearted forecast that England ‘OP, Class for only Thvee eg thal
should win all five tests next . [twas in the spring ot notice
year against the Aussies Said Savidge | first came to the notice
Jack, with mock seriousness: Of Britain's national coach, ae
“Hutton has not heard about my P¥Sn.. He hf then eet with
batting. It has improved tremen- Champion, an hone gaimec
dously.” However this announce. ® Modest putt o .
ment should not cause any loss ot
sleep amongst the England bow!- Hard Work
It meant a lot of hard work,

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pp ee — tute oe oe but that did not deter the tough
tralia, Iverson scored three runs. Marine, used to the rigours of the
barratk square. Day in, day out,
week after week he trained, His
schedule consisted not only of |
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, US2 V BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE SI Jiuwph Ituunil-I p 3 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGE Belleplaine Looks ^, ttM Like A Small Town Amputated 3 WITNESSES GIVE EVIDENCE \MIIHM AT WHY III Rudolph Blackman. McFicld Belgrave and Michael Gask-n, were yesterday arraif*ned and pleaded not guilty at the Court of Grand Sessions before Mr Justice J. W. B. Chenery to the charge of conspiracy between February 29 and March 1. Three witnesses gave evidence and the case has been adjourned until to-day. The defendants are alleged to have conspired to break and enter the dwelling house of Elon Evelyn, a shop keeper and lime kiln owner of Golf Club Road. Christ Church. BHurave Is also charged on a second count, attempting to break and ehler the bvusc on M^rch 1. Mr. I* A Williams is appearing for QMfcln, r* hlir. papers lor Mr. G. II. Adams. Mr. J. E. T. Brancker IS appear in:; fur BLu-kman. Belgrave is unrepresented. Mr. W. W. Reece, QC, Solid tor General i* pr secutinc for the Crown. Elon Evelyn said he earried on business on Worthing View and Ms shop was about 200 yards from the home On March 1 he closed the shop about 10 p.m. and 15 minutes afterward* left for home. He had money on him, the proceeds from the shop and the kiln. When he pa. sod a guard, wall near the shop, he saw Gaskin and Blackm.n sitting on it. They got up and followed him as he went on towards home. On reaching home, he saw B< Ig avc standing near his gate. He went in the house and left them outside. ileplaine. Si. Andrew, which BOW ins the appear ami ol . KMU 10W */n, all offices and institutions are situated near to % %  .. li ined .< %  limp t;il Wednesday rtsn a machine injured one ine l More U.S. Tourists Youth Camp Often* In Britain At Morgan Letvis .nod Slate* !" "rst ToutB .. %  ward Wands MUsl, totalled 31.255. n Increase maocsd at Morgan I-*Of 4.1 .-red with df i..r same month last yer. stales •*• over thirty youn* the British Travel and HoUOays, sttendance I 1 Association. There was record A(1 "Hans Christian \nderson" H ill Soon hV Here i THE LORRY M —1107 owned by General Tracer* Ltd., and the bicycle M-".17 ownsd by Sylvan Cos of Wavol A?snue. Black Bock, tMu U.irl. were ya'-tarday lnvolvod in an accident at about 1.26 p.m. on ttae wharf. The fiont wutal of the cycle, which collided with the riant rear wheel of the lorry, was sm*n4. Permanent W.I. Coiirt Of Appeal Recommended THE ESTABLISHMENT of a permanent West Indian •* %  • Court of Appeal will now depend mainly on the cxpedi %  !& jyVS ^rSlTrW^Tnh I* tion with which the various Governments of the area deal nim. Start tell On the -iquare where the Almshouse is situated, the Parochial Treasurer's Office, Poor „ o— MO n M Law I-uectois Office. Vestry A; Rooms and Sanitary Inspectors WM 4^,^^ b) llr ,. „„ " '*' %  • %  „ I on Eay Hall Koad. Not far away is Ufet : • %  %  • • PUytng Field and A portion of a house owned 0 rth, Canlra tin Post onice and irti Da .I'.rei Llmltcil have been Belleplaine Po H cg SUtiinn are burnt 011 Wednesday lost. It w. Advised that OoMwyiTi HANs 1 nl> about SO yards awn from 1 •ported that a i CHNISTIMV ANDEHSON w i 11 the Community Centre. read) for release, and 1 raitbj %  iba Playof Ihe household, ami I soon as it arrives it will be on In* r.cl.i 1 a bridge br H im then It the lindgrtown Plaza. which reminds one that Uarbadoa tingu*c.i 1 1 1 Mi Kobert C Maroney. General .< Coast Road, if ft %  * OBOWhat Kind Of PaM? i" Mr H N W Oittcns quotes structed. will pass through the •* from a cable received from Mr ;irea whentrls biidav 1* St cove ''*-**' m ,l, e Gli'iiburn n. Vice President in chai ...alcd m ihe nc.i ilifornla of Hans Chrlsua Religious Service Andirson Insi n.ght. a night lhi When the Adiv.auvisited the toat a sail, w.ll remain imprinted indolib^ St And.ew Almshouse on A m>mKr.,i ,, in my mind f.ir the rest of my lifeWe-.i...1*3 oftsmooa the inmates ; time The thrill that I received were holding a rvUgloua *ei\u.when I saw Snow WUta the flr-t r, u H vice was being eonducMd **!£*£ '" time, the thrill when I saw Bet by Mrs, M. Jeffries and Yearn mid the thrill when I sew i^wc Joan of Arc will pale into inslg(W w „,.„.. L(tf m( ,rnlng Rev. nificance bv emifrisrlnn with ny W o Lor oi the Parish, leacti.ms to the screeiiiii K .. Hani Jv(niliU : ,. ; M „ h r.-mmiin.,.., t th: -tun Anderson. 1 personally .,..„„,„. feel it is the greatest commerciol T ,.„.,,. ..-— mm .,lpm lmm nave tvar had A privilege of handling, and 1 %  ican tiaUlc In June, and the "• %  June. %  .iol• %  %  thereby wen month:te" i"r. Among ear was ,472. which is "" ** o** 0 !" 0 ' E J ,%  than for the Parchment, youth leader ! th%  — — ^__ peo| .. % %  .-, . k In the U 1 Island i Mission prior to his appumtmcnt In HHC'sub'swn Ubion. Also in attend M Us* ibonth v '• %  ra —Bnteiii' Fever 10. treosui-er of the S IS. ' 25 l.D. 01 Pbrsign CpamUona, in wtateti when i I me Iilni. ...,...i_ Mr. Rouman's cable %  tataa; last. mind QUICK ECONOMICAL ihe "Ad' with the question, and the alertness of the Standing Comit i< the greatest." mittee of the Conference of Barristers of the Bmi-h CarlbbaU) appointed at its recent meet in); in Tnmdad, Mr, J. E. T. Brancker told the Advocate yesterday. Heard Knoek Mr. Brancker returned hare on of not less than 1% year*' standWednesday night after attending ins. Soon after he turned off the the Conference, and was the first A minority of tne Conference lights, he heard a knock at the of the three barristers who repwas not In favour of mak ng |n lms p^ yesterday door and on gong to it cautiously, resented Barbados lo return. The appointments to tl>e West Indian Xr.nidad n it* W made sure that those outside other two representative* wercj Court of Appeal available to ii„( Ir( i KniL-dom with 20 uit-1 were two police. He had been Mr. D. H. L. Ward and Mr. E. W. members of the outer bar. aPiwers t>,r tiie Isl nd and M expecting there. He let them In Borrow who are still in Trinidad. Peripatetic Court -,•,', i;nmu .'.' „>,„ and they went out into the yard. m Mr. Brancker_ wld^ that the It WM1 agrct ^ Uia XUv patinDl "JjSgi.gm from here "for the „est Indian Court of ADDeal ,,_ uld lntlnnaiy—ten men. lea and three nhlklran 1 only one Isolation cose. 1*" thV'wnrld that The staff comprises the Matron, nberbatch, and Workmen .UP at pr %  stand n. 1 %  Ing this month "Golfito" Brings 36 Passengers The Steamship Gohlto Mr three nurnes. Since the Old Age Pension scheme has been intn.hm-il there has been a considerable decrease in the numU-i Wecliling LEACOCK—BF.CKLES Mr. Brancker Mid that tru He remained in the house and Conference recommended a percn t u/e*t Indian Court of Appeal .. saw the three men go backward n'anent Went Indian Co'jr! or wou |c; be a peripatetic Court, J. c-ito-""..,t.i.w .. . K. and forward. After some time, a Appeal. The conference sent .,<,| du „ u „t„„u in the colony TJ r i,i"Jl 'JL !" man named Robert Frazer paued ">'", •' "}'' decljion> lo every „ om whlcn ,„ c appeals came. %  "" • Wilkinaon 4 Mayn. and he called him The two of " Council and Covernmenl In Tn conference decided that • '•*' the "Mile day. Tiie paaaentho Wait Indies for necessary \^ w unr.iiv should b. Ml who arrived here were consideration and consequential ^i for such" a Court. Miss II. I). II H. II. Miss P. M action. When a Government has Another matter dealt with was Bowcn, Miss .1. K. (J. BOWtn. u. consider the proposals for a 1 1C formation or %  general AssoMr. O. Forde. Mrs. N. K.,i k. M Si '.rresTed h?S pv.ma.ienl West Indlsn Court of c | allon of he Bar of the llrltish u. J. Kcncls. I),. K 11 n.ni-.. rnueTStd that he had lust f> l "" M 1 "I 1 2Z2T^2L "W Caribbean The Conferenee fell Mrf G. E. Innlss. Mr 1 Jotum&&l£gi,'X£ a J& T "tonferer tWtffe. fiTttSS SXtfS, '" IflZUS% T(f Rcece'' ££ M ^ cidic^.e^Tin &irtmaa?ai t^smsa£?jS& ir^&Vzr BSU" 5J48! "T SS? "^^"ioSa^oplS • two them were In the dining room when Belgrave attempted open one of the wind-A': The I'll | SMdettU I >%  It | patients in the Infirmary", Nurse tertlay ut St Sit l | i cril.ed M. Thomas. Clinic and Maternity Miss Tatlau Bad from Nurse, told the Adnocsfr. • • • !. %  '.. .i, *.f H..,. I LUQr, St Andrew Almshouse plays T;ie ..MIIHHV sn important part in the combv H.v I'.a.il I }, inunlehtloti system of St. Andrew. Mr. L. M. Glttens prestdlng The Telephone Sub-Exchange I* the Organ. The Bfftdt was tf\< situated in the Almshouse and in marriage by Mr this is operated by the Nurses. Scaly while the bastman v This Exchange eonnccts calls Mr. JJOfaa Ml sUflB to Bttwex, Hag situs Brucevule, U.iplin,. S-MI; .v., M..i.i ..I II —and its antiseptic properties ensure a Bright I Healthy Home I' \1 i > : ihouse. residence ami the thnm h sjiagtad. window and illy opened by g t dp %  'tn vould be eligible for member''' %  "-""J" *" to such an Association, lo?!• *' "**"'• those who Mm .. Reece. Mi Mr. A. W. Smith. SpeDCtr, Miss C. A. dayi Bus Passengers Get Bumpy Hides New Nur%e*i Quarter* Nurses at the St. Andrew Almi.hnuse are llndlng the new Nurses* Quarters, which as officially opened List April, very convenient The Quarteis has three rooms fo ( nurses, a spacious dining hall and a kitchenette. The ainglc rOOCn (Of Ru W.n-d inmate*, i^ also tltuated In this building .Hid ihs M I nioria Ha and Judy Btout* tn • lll.il.is Aft.'i %  in was held at IIw y B Li On Ili.liH.,. Major General Sir "Hubert lUnce, permitted by iaw" In St. Lucia to Spencer. G.C.M.G.. G.B.E., C.B.. who repractise as barristen, on psjrjaant Clyde BrathwaKe. a butler of 'urned lo Trinidad 'rorn England of an entrance fee and subsenpWor-lhinif View i.lil thit two on ,ne previous day. lions befnri IW crave was „ The Conference areed that the tl „. i-. I L tJ^h H>nresenlatives oiaalauona for pracUea at the for atieinpiing to breast j. h u-ifat. Caribbean nnd enter Gaskin cama to him T (, e visiting representative* shouM ^ ., cM Q hc Bar In PlSHIlflS who ride on buses Tho Portmaste and told him that they were planvcre:— Fr.gland, wlnen |.ss lluebuck Strwt comMr llnufi-.il nlTIf t-> *""' %  ?! Kvclyn's ....mi.lca: -Mr J. S. Cundall. A Sll ll( || 11(! r (in .m.Uce wa; applain of the humpy" rwl whie-i ^L^ hoiidav IIU wlfa aln V money, a.ul tavlMd him to ;oin Q.C.. AUorney Genera^ Mr. Bast ntcd .,„ lh< Conrcron „, (lin Ihl v „, ,,,„.! InwOlDi 00 thai S ,,. u t Vhu.J ebarie' of \ It/' UMOtJHLOYKD covrtwEs %  at unemployed workmen coati* l the r.iiiiiliivin.'nt A Kent I'jrk. The numbers win are deidt wlih rrotn day to < Uufluate, and the peak hour of Si. Andrew. I n-ii.dl,. shortly after Ihe present this branch. Two walk around t<>] deliver their mull while the nmnimlcr use bicycles. Belgrave's sheer 'or him. These "windward Islnnds: — Mr. C he afterwards gave to the Police. || cnv llle. Attorney General. When the hearing of the case Grenada: — Messrs L. Hosteu. resumes todays, Mr. Brancker c. ij. Graham, and G. Clynne. Will cross-examine Brathwaite. Antigua:—Mr. S. T. Christian. Dominica-—Mr. T. P. Georges. Telegrams or communications Ml Ishuig the Conferencs well and xeusas for iinavoliil>le absence were rece ved from DR. VRANM'M ACWfG D.M'.S. TREE DRAWN • DAMAGES CAR Even ths cool, unaded parking lot ID thr courtyard of thr Public Buildinghas itproblems. Yestorday a limb from one of the trass that stud the parking lot broke away obviously because it hod rotted In savsrol places and landed on Ihl top of the Prefect csr M-912. the property of Mr H. K. Armstrong, Senior Currency Omeor. Section* of the roof of to* car were dented and the al-vs of the rear window was broken. No ona was in the car at the time of the Incident. ence until its meeting ncxl year. Dr. J. I* U'Mahoney, Director repairing; the highway and buildI n d where necessary, voting of Medical Services, left Hie ing a guard wall. This road. In would be done by eorresponcolony on Wednesday s^larnood many parts, is in a very bad ''if." .., .^_ ... .%. b y 11-W.I.A. on a ten-day v„>l condition. The two Vice pres.dents of ihe ,„ Trinidad. Dr. F. N. Gr*QDua., • • • < ...nmlltc" are Dr. Manley and M( dlca 0fflcer o( |cflh|i> as2 ,*; "'"" Director. Thweoth Crown Low Offleers of BarP ^ ' dC Mnnencnt Wert .! md u *J 0 r ^ mo B.C.G. This is being done to fscllllatel bodos. the Attorney General and V.,.ii".. rm.ri „( An.^1 .-. West y** 0 1 Campaign which Is betie flow of water which ...mes New Water Course Solicitor General. Dr. NW. Mr.n^' • ,\ ... .-...^ *i^ I -...,. UJ hurl nil I'-OIJ" ri Indian Court of Appeal, a Went 1 Association, and mating conducted in Trinidad. H< Uy.OX ; a ndMr l^uisWhanon gj^^fj nfm-g^Jglfc wnI lgo vLlU the ncw (lo-pluI Q.C.. Trnldad, who Is at present Barbadoj ol ,resenlative on tho which was recently erecte-l m Barbados representative nlng in England. Committee to deal with the perSun Fernando. There was a unanimous demenent West Indian Court of clslon to recommend to the vAppeal.is Mr. E. W. Barrow. Other Hois* Br Councils and Governmembers arc Messrs Cundi-H. menis of the British Caribbean. | ,. /cr Chrstian, Henville, Gora permanent West Indian Court don, Forde, Wooding, Q.C.. T. of Appeal. Mr. Brancker said. Georges and II. Hudson Phillips This wouig be recruited from „f Trinidad. outstandlnc persons who held The Barbados represent'.ivc ior hold kith Judicial ofliees in pointed for the West Indian Bar the Caribbean Queen's Counsel Association U Mr. J. E. T. Brane" on^Jo Nassau In In practice in the United Kimksn*. Other members areMessr dom or the British Caribbean, J. A. Whurton (Chairman) P. 7 and members of the outer Bar a> <>n pse %  from the surrounding hill A few years aro Lake* llndge was completely washed away by a strong current of water which diverged from the regular course and .ii.dermincd the foundation f Hie bridge. JE\kI\S ROBERTS TAKBS RVht TO 7"/>l/> Ifw M-.io, Vtssjaj Jmklns Rob" rtt sailed yesterday afternoon Sea l^fKs with a cargo of 700 carton.-, of „ , ... , Hum for Trinidad Bathshebo and Catllewash had From Trinidad the ship ton" r %  h** 1 %  a e ***? nues on to Nassau In (he Ba'" Wednesday. Boats brought in hamas with a further shipment large ditches of sea agsst, of 2.10 barrels and I GO cartons of There has also been very '.I the jine product !' CM (.. ,'i. 'Harptc' cleans thoroughly and lly in the mmlcrn way. Ilunish unplcawnt, old-fathioncd ineihods I' HafpaV it right up-to-date —safe and turc. Just sprinkle in Ihe p;in .il night, then (lush in Ihe morning •it'. ca*y. llsrp.cK.if.Wuw la mU I. .i*k, inriodlag thote ( %  •nixited l walk tanks. vVWWsWW. W. Ijou too wilt Say theM JjWA OM . (j)o *M& 46SHFFR -DEUOHT. < SI" yJIn >cc Blue. Lime. Navy (otal, 1 tin M, OreMd, Aqua. Teach. ssd While 36" SHAIIOS STRIPI NYLOW al 52.35 yd. in Phik. Sky, Turquoise. Pcich and S i : -i PETA Irom SKIS t 11SS yd. [11 .. sorfeauf ran^e "I .ln-lc 36ARI sn K roue iMoj* I I) at) Mnk, Silver Uli.h Pink I I _. ...,. Olill.d anil S HARRISONS BROAD STREET HOLLANDIA In White Buck, Black PM -Ml. Red & (lr.-> Imitation Reptile and Miilli-! ulour Kunia &UMA WIDE VARIETY TO CHOCSE FROM AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES GUAVA CREAMS f ENJOY THEM TODAY at KNIGHTS PHOENIX and CITY PHARMACY SODA FOUNTAINS CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad SI. GRVB1V -., ^ %  H v: ;:s Vr-l-THiM MTTT — A watch Iho'll INWW fur .1. Billing t^syty and l(Mil tBesmqh 15 Jt.veLs, (iuld filled. Kuaranleed $81.80 OT11KR MODELS lo SH0 71 Gents' OBUSM WHIST WAT; Bl $81.04 lo *iti.:.:i 15 nd 17 Jewels SEE YOUR JEWELLERS NOW ON SHOW i. in i i\i I A to.. Lrn. 20 Broad St. and al IfariDe t;.-.idens



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I' M.I EIGHT BABRADOS ADVOCATE r'KIDAY. SKI'TKMBKK 5. IS52 Commonwealth XI In Commanding Position Headley, Rickards Add 115 For Third Wicket %  i i< in Our Own Cnrrr^iMindenO M3NDON. Sept. 4. THE END of Ihe second day's play in the Festival Match at Kingston saw the Commonwealth in a commamtini: position in their match against Ihe England XI. Resuming at their overnight total of 143 for 2 wickets, they carried the score to 344 for ti declared and bv close had captured 5 England second innings wickets (or 177. The foundittion of the CumIMM'IW i.x. i norii IKS wealth score wai an all-Jathird wicket pai tner-hlp of m between Headley and Rickards. Riekurds with his soinewhat adventurous style cleaving vicious arcs through the air with hli powerful strokes contrasted greatly with Headley who scorned almost to lean on the ball and with no apparent effort send It purr in* to the boundary. Bui both provided the spectator*, with much enjoyment, and both were of immense value to their side. In Trouble £675 Holds Up Title Bout 6'Mf.tMVS ST1I.L OWH WILLUM8 fOK LAST mat LONDON. German tx.xinn promoters are Mitxicju* lu match European champion Heinz Nehaua against the Just when the spin attack heo British and Empire Mavyveichl been tamed Howard called for J'.'le holder. Johnny wiUU Sports Round-Up SPtMTSV.W of I Of WKEK: JOHN SA VIDGE LONDON. J UARTHEL. of Luxembourg winner of the Olympic 1.500 metres ml*, ffl run in the mill the White City m a floodllghmeeting on September 10. RogeBannister, who was nflh 1M t h,. OlyrMft 1,500 iiu'ires, and D McMillan, who was also a finalist at Helsinki, have With been Invited. Others who are schedale.t to appear are Chris Chalawallfth in the 5.000 metre* at Hr!'inki Hill Nankeville and Let; Eyre. d4en R f EY h "^"WT Sffl B defend his heavyweight title sergeant %  gainst Rocky Msrclano in PhilBefore he came along. putt ol As fifty feet was just a dream of th LONDON ET1CS WAS. tor a loni; time, the poor ri-lath.n in British sport, and. dividing it into two spheres, field and track, the field events came a bid second. Tin. be judged their standing amongst sports followers in Britain. This state of affairs has ended. Just as run) i Roger Bannister, Chris Chalaway and Gordon Pirie have made Britain athletics conscious, the field events too have produced a champion He is John Savidge. holder of the British and Empire weigh'putting records. Seldom has one man ever done so much for ar.v particular sport in one country M 7m Royal Marine adelphln t'h mp nber 23. expected Marcmno Dortmund on September 21 for u purse of 1:6.000. This would bo >plit 60—40 with Williams. M challenget. geajing the vmaljcr ishare. Hut there is one important fact vvlmh Ihe Germans appear to have overlooked Last October In Dortmund, Williams was awarded no more than a draw after handing Nchaus a boxing lessor. That msl bad nought. But even worst is the ttM new ball and* Immediately both batsmen were in trouble ngainM Gladrwin and Jackson It came as no surprise wtien Rlckardu after a lucky snick through slipsi for four off Gladw-ln was N ugh! there off the next ball fur (>B. Headley after surviving a fUrtiMT 20 minutes during wUeh he scored six runs followed when he wan palpably Ibw to Jackson when two short of his centur>. voun( ne OxfOTd n *player Dou/din* facl %  l0 months later the GerroUowcd l>v an unbroken seventh man J^SS?, 0 ** !" ft!*. R 2 wicket partnership of 61 in 45 hmn £* Williams his full pom minutes between isie Australians m li"_ > %  „,.,,. „ Pcttifoid and Tribe in which !" w,m n e n ^ t l w /£ l-oth u-rd (he long handle to 1L3TO m sterling but up to the ood purpose enabled Barnett to P*""*" 1 """T""Ted "SSPtt declare athaif pa* three. W h \ hai had nly £875 ,p England once more have Ken'"^if 1 ?^ ^ H' S E£ VSK "run* "TSS^'/S: Thrie"n^?Sdrlbb has been noon teWlowrtTliflli inn^ ISST" ' well earned 81. £1- !" THE CAPTAINS of Harmon College winning Bsiiktball Mams t tier* pictured displaying ta*lr trophic* soon after they b\d been pre %  anted them by His Excellency the Oovernor. Sir Alfred Savage after two presentation matches at the V.H.P.C. last night. Left, the captain of the First Division team, and right, the captain of the Second Div laion team. Winners of the Knock Out competition wan Collage OM Boys Governor Presents Basketball Trophies Sept. Walcott will mm 01 a gate which to xceed £ 28S.WIO. will get 20% GOIaT HARRY BRADSHAW (Portmarnock) heads the Professional Golfers* Association order of meri' tor the Harry Vnrdon golf trophy. So far he has totalled 54 points for six tournaments with an average of nine. Next comes the Banner open champion. Max rnulkn.-r t petitors, which involved a long was an event which was known wait between each putt. But ne only by name. performed extremely creditably to But John, together with coach gain sixth place. Geoff Dyson, soon changed th t. At h f |uon The dream of the few bfcaioe John naa .£. |imc ;^ reality, and the disinterested Bu t whatever the future holds m store, he has left a mnrk u> the interested followers. points (average 971). Another Triumph Competing for Britain against France .n an athletics match at on. Pan*. John added yet long list of triAfter two presentation matches al the Y.M.PC, last flight, His Excellency tinGovernor, Sir Alfred Savage The two Manchester clubs.* City and United, and Newcastle are the home matches to local hospital*. Dropped When he had scored only show for his trouble are 17 letters written in German few Kenyon was dropped in the slips ^1 hin about lcn shillings each off McCarthy. The South African to hove rilu ,u,ted. bowler looked and must have Now a || the correspondence ha^ felt disappointed at this. But it been handed over to the Board or was nothing to how he must have control who have been asked to felt later. For after coasting t,,^ UD the matter officially steadily to his 50 Kenyon went Williams Is willing to fight berserk when McCarthy came on Nehaug again, this time for the for his second spell and hooked European championship, but noi him four limes to the boundary before he has been paid what Is In tils first over. In half hour the owing to him. And If the Germans score rose by 50. Thus revenge ] on -t mend their ways and proMas all the sweeter for McCarvide the missing cash there If. th> when he bowled Kenyon with ),kely to be a first-class flare up the last ball of the day. Ftshtock w jth Wilhaans'a Interests being ivj.n .iftir a shaky start settled looked after officially bv the %  hich •;., %  ;•'.,! umphs He not only won th* vent but his putt of 54ft. 9|lns SOCCKK established a new record for the MORE SOCCER CLUBS are U> ie f""8and was also WWfOUl broadcast commentaries at their ,ncn mon ,han ? u OWn Br,lls -' %  nd Empire records. This distance may seem ' pare unfavourably with tno nd aftj ietjj.1 tm . provide their ow n conunriiputu achieved by the Ann nson College of both r n -1 Divisnm and the second, for the tators. and the commcnlarins will •'"" Fuchs. Parry O Bncn a.ui C lx-atfue Cup. and Hai-rison College Old Bovs of the Knock be transmitted direct to the li!) Hopper But John s parfo Out Competition *> l,al * land line Harrison Coltoaa tied nti BaaldM htts Excellency. Lady CRICKET Savage. Mr J. C ll:nninoii. JACK IVERSON. Australia's lei "i HarrMB College, spin bowler with the freak grip. EL M. Cave. wVl among has replied to Leu Huttons lightihe laiige nuinbei who attended, hearted forecast that Engla.id Mi i ava m his introductory reshould win all live test* next thletics. He has set standard for others to follow end a target for them to aim .it Motv tnan that, he has proved that weight putting is not thr praroaative of the Americans and the •WMeB —L.E.S. .. ^omion -imcd b\ over aol i :ij*urcly %  JOJ halanrt, by %  ;he troublesome C\MV. DoUs. prepared in properly %  d dose--. easy and palatable to take. Dolsa ft'STOKf s DioitTiea pree an ted trophies to the captains of the winning teams of ;' n d • ,mled ; and Newcastle are tl.e 'ISJ !" 1 %  h. Basketball Compelinon. The Cup . were. Har<£*, ^-g*^"^"^SSS ""••* in-.* mitb Carlton In lha rlnM !' %  he number ol in the trying to get things Lcagu< Cutnpclitloii, bul had a All ha has had to -' 1 '' 1 •' %  <' %  '• # Hie College Second !>; %  kdaa uam also •rage*. They ii. iks Itn mUea and I'-iys'Club in the rrtatntad number of matches won. Last night's presentation inatches were. Harrison College vs. a picked'team and Harrison College! Old Boys VI Ihe picked team won 24—18 and Carlton beat College Old Boy* %  .' in sfon (ha •.nd that % %  ' %  at in >tl both Lc.itfuc Cup: %  tai against thi c had Jack, with rnock seriousne rrylng "Hutton has not heard about my batting. It has improved tremendously." However this aiinouini The matches were not the bcsl nicnt should not cause any los* oi season. Players played sleep amongst the England bowlithout much spirit, doubtless, era. In the five tests against the amly because nothing waa at MC.C. in their last tour of Au>;ake i .,11^. iverson scored three runs ances cannot be )udi,e b Tribe IklK c Bailiell b RBniMlhin Gibt. t Crndl 1. T. .11'o.ilf c Howcllns b HeniMhin ( ll l.m. ll .f.ll> — III. I I--1 Uvin*b>n r a b J>rkM Hriwllcy i b Jarh-on Worrrll Glbb b ftln BlrhardK c Jackeon b Oladwm Bowdlna Ibw IKm Pvlliforil nut I Dm Mi-it •GiSb U Ikin trlbo mil out Tout for .ik .tk.t. tecl'aj as* British Bo*ing Board of Conirol r.nlf: Cricket Is Too Solemn Cricket has MKUIOL'KNE. far Challenges Trinidad KINGSTON. Jamaica's golf enthusiasts have bec< DM inteit-fcted now Uiat It haa batn announced by the Jamaica Golf Association (hat an Invitation had been sent to Trinidad asking that colony to send a team here in November ur December this year for an intercolonial .ouniament. Trinidad, however, has not yet replied i" lha invitation but odiCri "f 'he Association feel that Iho ohallMgaj will be accepted and that the cream of talent in U.th colonies will face each other %  i., .,,. .. %  < ,ir c .i'..ii' Spnm: solemn." Dr. Herbert Evatl, leader i, M h,y ( l>>ral comment Is that Jamali strong poo it Ion i n of the Opposition and vice-presit'aiibbean Golf, despite the undent of New Smith Wales Crick.' ( ,. MI;i |,| t | oislerousncKs as well Permanent W.I. Court of Appeal g I i ..HI page 5 %  rges, W. A. ClinuMns, B. Rows, G. A. Mathurin and 8, %  <• Graham. The Barbados nicniU-i ,ip|x.nii;cd to consider relative matters 01 tinJinii.-i.i-> iMr. I>. H. 1. %  /aid Other members are: Messrs A. M. Lewis. V. O. Blake. L. M. Burnham. G. Clynne. E. Clarke. II limit i It.iiikeesoon, P T Georges and 8 T. Christian. Mr. liriiuk.i laid 'hai on the second day of the conference. Mi Wooding in a two-hour ,nliin .,i.l> |.u< i %  ent West Indian dun *.f Appeal Mr. Wooding expressed Ihe view that Iho OStabltirantnl of a permanent Wast Indian Court Hard Work It meant a lot of hard work, but that did not deter the tough Manne. used to the rigours of the baireck square), Day in. day out. week after week he trained II.schedule consisted not only ol prolonged spells of weight puttmi. tut also we.ght lifting, discus ing and a couple ol Unit nil*, For nd relaxation he played squash efereed unit football Appeal would be th the eslablishmi-r.t Federation of the area. At the some function. Mr. (e) M would land '" ..nd afford a Mr4tiuew-Farea, Chiel Justice ol uniform body of functional Tr nidad and Tobago, and Preslimlgmenu and learning of rf< nt of the West Indian Court of match* •he highest authority and Appeal, expressed the hope that "I* efforts were well rewarded. prestige subject to revlPw ,f by Use tinifi/.i .. Iliev sueWithin six months of coming unonly by the Judicial Commitceeded in a better administration der Dysen's wing. John broke the |M of Her Majesty's ITlvy .if iustice in these parts, then, English record He was competing; Council. niev would have achieved somein a meeting at Cambridge, an I Mr. Bi.imki-r said that tribute t).ing for ,-.11 times. the record then stood I sTiould f)c paid to the two who did Mr. Ward brought up before (Cjins. News had itot .nound %  .nost to bring to r.fe the Confe.i|,c Committee on matters relatDyson's faith in his protege, and ,lr. Wharton and Mr. K to '.he Judicinry. the question i( group of press photographi-r V/oodlng. rf laymen ail I 111 a as Magistratewaited expectantly afOUOd + \-. ill The Conference stmnKly criticised mark of the existing record as At the closing dinner of the OU practice ard recommended John came up for his first throw :-.inference Bii Hubert Kance "t. e.nlv lxlition. But not for long. A mightv %  ;ild lhat with g Caribbean ft:r The Conference also expressed heave of lift, 41 ins. sent thei yeri would be the hope lhat the members of thi goodwill, and In. Fed, envisaged by the Runco hl( h v .,. m ,,,,„!|,i f(( , ,. ,„ r Court .i Report Practice at the Bar Mr. Wooding reanarlted that Judges who had luii had the baneflt of actual practice at the Bar, old not grasp wltl He asked members of tinConntenes U) think regionally and not parochially. Hi '-aid that when he fnui DUani twk bltiuv; BI r.olng on among tin I'li'll lo he esTahlishing lh Indian Federal-on. then. "I say, let somelxkly else get oi some of the foundation down." Mr. Wooding summed up thi three man. re as on s h* a permani nt aoaaprehenetva West Indlaa Court of Ajnaal is (a) Tnare is praaant need Ur such a Court independent ol the dutirmi) narannalltlei of the nisi prlus judges. (b) It would lie the natural nivt necessary preparation lu lh lirlal work arisii i 1 ideas In the Carlbbeai Bar in^Trintrlad would form their Efl : Council, independent of any Law Society which included .'.alt. i % %  as genius to the cricket arena. sideratiori.to preparation for the "His long and courageous ngni future BWI efforts HI the I>avis to Clear his name will lgood, CUf>A four-man DavlCup Cell not only for cricket but all manly "f the Junlm lawn Tennis club mm has been named to begin early "The cricket public .vill be glnl liainuig undei veteran Brandon ro know he had throughout the Trophy captain. Donald Leahong. support of such sportsmen u> The TOUT named are Gordon Bradman and many others, as wel' Incc. Peter Philip*. AU-Jamaica as the New South Wales AssueiaJunior tuple champion, Andrew llon ." BluoiiiiU-ld and Ron Cooper. The New South Wale* is leadinp. . programme intitules the roping in movement (Of I •"ceiling retonr of Eddie Aria, now acknowledged of the Board ol Control. U W.|. No. I, and so form a flve—L.E.S. man group under I-enhong. They'll Do It Evei\ Time ( SOOO EVBNIM6 Y' eudJO-MBSES WAT PETITION I WAS TtlLIMG XAJ JBOtST. %  •'= TME WtCKE M&iSaHHOOP 9QNS IT, Teeth Loose Gums Bleed H1M4UU 'luirl*. BO(* M IMN Tglh niMn lhal you i h*vg P>nrrh*. TrrncU MWU ,*rlL[>. no111. t.11,1 at n aw •' 11 %  ti-iPH or llrr • %  iiiiiMt your t**th tfail out *!! %  m*y !-> fjii lthumsllini and llgari Tr-uMAmour, -long sum Li—iliim itut nrsl ayr. OIIIIB svrn nmutn unil rlli ll"ll >' il S Ai) SM n H.u-1 m*k* "nr tnouih wgl. •nrt aavx yAII KIIAV t.111 SSFTtMBSB PET,T>4 FCTE IS OA^\/ XJUKC NCaX IN "tUS n J06 AQAH-VOsCCR I I KE'CrfOaHOOO IF OH? 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fAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. --H'TI MBKR i. 1952 (fahib (fatting rrHE HON. ROBERT CHALI 1-KNOR, M.1.C %  i —y r for Eni;i 9 I GalfUo sailing yesterday H. will be joining his wilr wno Wi B&rbddoe a few months ago for England. They will be remaining for about six months be for i reluming tc B.. Spent Ten H .• % %  /. • M M META JONES and her daughter Amelia were pa-sengcrs leaving the Ml Lad* Naan on Saturday last Mr*. Join* whi. In-Bnrb:idir> %• ., |W jtnfl Mm Daniel Corbm uf Unl*^ CoUyiDON Rock, Is returninj to her home 1 In Boston. f'nwi I enezaeln r>R. BARCELO VIDAU Gov•* errmr of Bolivar Province in Venezuela, arrived in the colony on Monday last to spend a Short holiday. He is a guest Colony Club, B On \ucnlion M RS. JACQUES and hct two sons. Simon and Fe'.er from tho British Embassy, Caratas. are on a vacation in BaTOa* dot>nJ are guests al Cacrabank Hxtel Her husband is hoping to loin U.< >m durinu their stay here. To Study Art M I^S II A R II A K A ANN COLE, daughter of Mi an Mrs. Fred Cole of Henry's Law Collymore Rock, and fonnpupil of QU'AMI'S CYlli'tcc. Iff: | island yesterday by the GeJflto for England. Mum C will enter the SI. Martin's Sen. of Art, London. The Course v last for about five years. Civil Servant* Here M R. LG. LAURENT and Hd A. A. Moan Guianeae Civil Servants. are spending a part of then months* leave here. Mr. 11 U JtUched (o the G.P.O.. Geor.town and Mr. Moore is SanlOl Pmimaster al the G.PO. Georgetown. Library Clerk far Holiday M ISS SHEILA BEIXIRAVK ot the Public Library Stall and daughter of the l.ilv Ml W N. C Belgrnve. lefl the I'land yesterday by the S.S. GalHi. for England. Miis Belgrnve will be spending a holi and Venezuela. They up to remujn for three weeks ay guests at the Colony Club. St. Jamas. 2 •*Hs Nix Romance S."i ACCORMNCI to a r-port from Stockholm. Katalin, Bioka (above). IV year old Hungarian Olympic -winiiuiiiK champion, was whins rd behind the Iron Curtain after she was said to have fallen In love with an American water polo star at Helsinki. Her friends mid *ho wnlocked in her room until bar planr left for Budapo-t after she neeretty dated Bob Hughe*, of I^nc.ter. California. Hrliinuil II,,mi' M R. AND MRS THOMAS ..n.i family win nolldaytof. bi %  %  %  I id by II.W.I.A. on Wednesday. T: dramer Guesl House. Mr. Thomas is n Harchanl Of (."Inn Iniv Stu-et I'm ,-of-S|i .' \merivun* ffn/itla\in: M R. AND MRS. A. LOSKl. two Americans, tiavi aaandim %  %  noel houdaa In Di guaat*. of Cacrabanl HotaL Mr Loski owns twentytlve thousand BCrai cane in I'licrtn RJQO, I has spent the last Ihi I i Hurried iii Xjili/rua W at the St. It u r e h. %  rang for Rosemary third) daughter of Mr*. .'.oid, ana i and Mr %  .iiior. and %  I Mrs. Florence Renthe laie <; Guy Ren• %  unged vows bebi Daub nta-Oarald •ipany of guests. Traj in i* Grenada born b OVr the past year te uniing to Antigua from Eng•pent hOr glrlloining the staff of Barclays Bank, was given away bv Sir < %  i retireo ChM JuatlM Di the Windward I v.ird Inlands a striking outllt compilsing a bodice of Chant! ly lace ..t tulia ovar t iflata, Itb th rev-quarter length veil from a c r o w n of iloaaoma and carrieo i %  mposed by Miss TrttUdadfl Resales.' maid was Miss %  mis*iong, daughter of 'Inn. and) Mrs. Terenco Comts.ong, who wore a dress of bunoa cd o r g a n i a with |B| headdress. if bestman was Mr. Philip Attack nf Tririilad. ,i dOM the groom. Fol owino •he earamony, n ntmpl place nt Hotel Antilles The cuple spent ihe nighi al Lake H I Grand Etang. and afterII n dad to apaod thali i aj moon il M>iyar*>. The bride is a yolii.. Cai ..oho ';o Idad in Antigua last year '.inutile to attend becau-r %  Bnl of her own last T An overseas rSBga> of family at the %  ^adding WM Mr o n iTalalck who enme over from St Vml . %  r'nr Cnmhriiljjf wul Oxfurtl M R AND MRS. L N. CHENUld 'licit o.iught. by the S.^ Galflte foi Kiivland. Mr. Chenery. an A=sistnii'. %  >i tha Ci.lonial Secreolni 10 England to take In Admin.it Cambridge and OxAl 0 ieaving by the Gol/lto mm "f Messrs. Slokcs %  "< Bynoa, UdL and \i, r of Barclays Hank. far \ur*Hi/: V.ournv M ISS GILLIAN CALK, %  mind daufntai <-f Mr and Mn Lou Qa'a, left for Ingianil on ;olfil to enler the HadclilTe Infirmary. Oxford, to tak* aral Nursing Course. Listening Hours 'K.L.M. Gets 9th Award In W.I. IM 111 N :>.M %  M i 00 p m Ttir Newn. 4 10 t> m Tin .ir 4 IS p Hi I'm no T.nir 4 p m TtMjIfin-nur Roval lllstilana OoMt • >it <•( ISM. ft > p m Lehmr. 9 IS p m Variety Bandbox. • IS p n Mastl I N*y Pm*rmm. • m fn Seiatiadr OtihrMra S *S V m Spairt* H.und-up St Pinfrimmf Parode. T.W p m The Newt. I ID JI in F-om lUiteln II. IS SS M MM II MM Weal IrtilUin DtSfT, < •' %  i' ol Ui* Ni||hl Watchman' % %  m m K-idio Nswarast %  I Aft.ni> > p "> L,iiliii1> I .iitnrmta. t SO pm .i I'otal IKehl.tixl Oe'henm I p in IUMI U-m-e. IB OB p in %  % %  %  Ui from Memory NEW YORK. Thlweek tho NnHh live Aviation Sufi ty A*.mi waa %  • | w. i tndlei i' vision of K.LM Ro>i.l Dutch AirI ccuncii for a iH.-rr %  • raoord during 1951. For the jraar, KLM irrli rj I12.0IR pa&engera—2,446,700 tlvnm miles and 40.I.T3. : irer mlla %  tionit gccldani or B^ THE WAY 0 Hi IIIII.K beyond all horror' brlpk damnation' Th, o muOb wine! Ye god* 'What kind of a world are we living in? I II tell you It Is a world whr*-' In ten years' time, we shall ail be sipping non-alcoholic chemicals out of tins provided by slotmachine* with television screeri attached Auntie Hygiene speaking. rt.llibtr Lint A JUDGE says that he calculates what a man can afford to pay by looking at his tlnger-tipi. A man appearing on a judgment summons said he did not smoke or drink. The judge said: "I can see by your finger-tips that yun don't smoke." One day a rich m, who smokes through a scries >f platinum holders, and holds ou' clean fingers, will have foruo'.ten wipe the champagne off hki beard. "A non-smoker.'' Ihe judge will say, "but the beard show-, signs of drink Surk* la yoif. Captain Ohlfurth f ALARM about illiteracy in 'he Army % %  growing, and sergeantmajors are said lo be signing chits with their thumb-marks. It Is also said that many soldier" have the mental development ol children. This may spread, until there is a row In the officers' mess when one major accuses another of stealing two gla*s marbles. and the colonel Is suspected of keeping a beetle In a match-box. When people po fo a Afuseui'i 'hey often forget that the bulldu ittelf may be Interesting — (Article on Travel) INTERESTING is a mild word for. say, the Carnavalet in Parti. When you come into the beaut.ful Place des Vosges, and approach the Carnavalet, which was the home of Mm*, de Sevlgne, you feel you are paying a call on great lady. The museum still has an air of a private house of the seventeenth century' And what of |ha Cluny Museum, where you come into a great hall which was part of Ihe enormous palace of the Thermiiet when Paris was the little Roman town of Lutetla? The ilaiihle-hat /or Fathead* T'llE Malson Beachcomber has solved Ihe question of the woman wif.'i a huge head who must wear the new tiny hat. We have produced the twin hat. two I together by a chromium iod, one to be tilted back, the other forward. This doublehat will cover a considerable acreage of the biggest head, leaving the aides of the head free for. perhaps, another double-hat, making four in all Dr. Khnlmrh'* enrner Myrtle H. writes: I hove eery lorpe emn. Every lime mu htuband comet home from his of/flc* By BEACHCOMBER he hangt hta hul on ip tght ear, howls ui"h laughter, and shouts. "Sorry, old girl. I [Untight il u'as Ihe hat-peg." My mother hotel m can / do? Dr. Rhubarb says: Pretend it is 'Ac hat-peg. Take his overcoat from him and hang it on the i ther ear. Then just stand there nxste j of getting his food, until he remove" the things from your will make him look illy ii. front of your mother. HIK FRII>AY MEPTKMBER S. 19M ur birthday comes and irdlng to the stars. w.fc.M GLOBE *•• < ""T'* l.k, KaptrUI 1'r and Plnuurr H PrMtnllns Tday. 5.M a ••!• p.m. Mid Conllnuln* T* \t last KENNETH ROBERTS' > i re a test Novel! f^ Throbbing alive to the wild beatbeat of a thousand voodoo drums!, EMP1RF. THEATRE Look in the section find wbal your outlook is, i T* ARXBS Mars, invigorating, helpfully aggressive. March fl—April SO ,.< beneficially asprcted today and suggests accomplishment, especially in elTons that .j T require em-ay, endurance. • • .1 %  ] % %  eauttOQ in a matter'. .aL '..Mulling tools, machinery, fire* % arms. On the other hand, military and naval interest* are under fine Mars (vigor._• cus) rays. *a • • Can be productive day, if you dont make .- udden. unpremeditated changes in well ^ ed matters. Care signing contracts. • *... *..,... TAT/BUff April 21 -May 20 0EMIXI May il June 21 CANOEB Jons 22 July lt3 LIO July M— Aug. 3t N • il favourable, neither unfriendly. Work with war materials, the arm^d force* influences. In all _a extra earaful ^^ it ir "k Dors*l ba di^.ppoinled if you don't receive ji JULES SCHE^MER %  JEAN NEGULESCO MICHAEL BLANKFORT M PHILIP DUNNE r.ii.litv to pjiasengers over tl KI \i ii fOO rnik narWork, wb* link-. 22 cities in the C'aribbeu Sutitli Mid OantraJ Americn. The West Indies ihv rJbn i KLM hu iteen awarded the Safet Cartlflcata every year since 194 Kid duiing the nine years, they hava caxrwd .iimost 700.000 passengers and performed ;i low of 244,000.000 pavrnger mfflaa. suninr: Tomorrow, 4.45 & and .(illinium.: daily, 8..10 4.4a Extra : FLASHES FROM THE OLYMPIC GAMES Our New Prices and Seating Arransrment* Operate Bg Trom TO-DAY PIT He: 1 liu l l t4e: HOUSE Se; BALCONY 60e; BOXES c. KIDS M Price In Circle. House and Balcony VIROO Aug. 23— tut, S3 LIBRA flept 84—Oct. 23 BAOITTAglua HOT. 83 Dec. 22 CAPRICORN Dec. 23 — Jan. 21 AQUARIUS Jan. 22 — Teb. 2> -a* IS HECHLESSLT DURING ...iS/l Arabian Mights AAt/itt/re! CROSSWORD %  % %  B t '" ii T u %  1 w 1 Ifl y> II a PI .>* Rupert's Spring Adventure—23 is ,"K i tu.i Ilial nliuily irtrni stepix-a Btler i*a "11," IV Made up from a Drosen ole 14' U Set nie about little WOTK. sue tliln la "hil 1 << %%  \l 11 rerm UMU In Ii. tl IS Warning 1 U %  not all on UH IIOOM4I I III 1 I III % EM I'IRE M at %  a OLYMPIC Ia-ea< at I.S* 41 U laniati i •ii PISH %s One i i even i\ wnsi %  I iciudlnl Hie car ... is. (6 be mod to pi* II ia' Baara main dale enlleened. (Si : Dan made ol Noel. (l Una lUh enler • wmdeo'i n B "id i VJ Titt, iii > be a teatlmontal. Hit I'nited (Ii Se.' 1* ^eroe* IB) 4CUIIV. (91 NIC tipe ui urn 141 Meabreasing tr.* atonea in ouutaodiDS ID Duett* (4) II Isrture 'I Hocoeo. 14 ih-neali l^saapi: KM Uttlreai o I I tsrieon. tl %  Uif(a< 4 BStlt^ "'*" BMW! : i.VOuli REVUtDEVlLLL 1952 ROXY I., gal IT'>da I a a u t'meerMl Pictures 1'ietenh \ta,-doneld CAREY I SMI1H ,„ CAVE OF THE ^ C.MARRON KID ^^ Unl ITrienu mi ranaep W*H A TMItlSl.llliur Thaea tara aenaaII..u.l >uuna tiara. Tony CUHTfS Piper LAURIC &>l0* by Teel.iileolof i •atateai al IJBI i 114Ml MNfA i I4H "N HOT STEEL %  \KI t r \ %  %  M| at MISi.lt> ot it \\. |l <>l II o tae ....,,.,, a ae ir>at W*ll> (area Retaety Salargai at Utann, hole Serial it IURI. on u tinh a a.|A Koiiald COI UA?I f a>| %  > %  ..mi. Ueyd 111 I: I Batbaia l.WTiO In i II ti-ii II and %  • %  uiimr.N i ..% %  >. Hebrrt NrWTON I'ttll IIHIIMV re-Mlht lU-im Farewell J'erfo'm%  nce ol Madan O'Llndv and Troupi (Al( tt Ml.Ill%  ala.iai a -.i*a. 4.. a ail lfnite>1 Arlliti Double :TiaANO oi ni Rot a \i PLAiLi THEATRES BKIIKiFTOWN "ROOM FOR ONE MORE BARRAKKKS (.11A ST IieUy ni'AKR lal D P. i.i %  aa a i ia Bit KAROO -mini 1 mill l: -.1 ... %  HA taAii." BAND •Mi" pe.lal 1 a m -I'H'II am % % %  .v 1AIDIII (-|,ailr. STAHItnT liiTonv MRUS CAIEIV Th* Oarilen—St. James roDAi ...in a se r M olItllOHH ON MAION Hill NHO.I.U M.IMIWALL %  IOB1 HOAI TO UI RUN Ri i. %  -.: M rCW |sAr. Te StON Mld-Nlte Ri 01 TLAW SI'N B > aa | SOU lit I *i r • IA ANS favours, advancement jusl now. &f jBcttrr kerp up vour g'od work and fortune will smile on you. He a DOER! ^ * Vlfmiroua mailers, issues that require determination and strong decisions are ponsoreo. Mora *" urged in monev ajafl *av proprrtv transactions. ^ # * In-between sort ot dav for artistic or pei jsv ^nn,,! i|-., is and stimulating ~* i>sues are highly encouiaaad. * K &f Yi>u should enjoy and profit in any worthwhile vndeavour. Stimulus is in the air :.nd you should be rorln' lo top previous yL, good records. Maybe some rough problems in work or j business; be especially careful handling them, also dangerous tools, machinery. and in travel. nV Saturn, as most planets, now advise*, against needless risks to life, property. ^ hut doei faVOW aggressive constructive ^ „li. i. Kiip tiimili.ir routine smooth. • • • This is In a Iranquil ponod of e days" duralion amenable lo prouestlvr IMi^h or for just steady, uneventful Boms ^ a, a: at * a n D ^i.. Wliole month receptive to intelliKent p.h iiSi , plans iiiul %  cUon, HUT you must be In the J rsb.Jl -March *'',.„, v ,.,, ,,.,„ C aner to net ahead. ^ Obstacles? A lew Overcome them, you YOU HORN TODAY are scientifically minded Excellent W > TECIINICOLOK rrlng Srcphcn McNALLV toleri. C;RAY wilh Willard PARKt"( Arthur SHIELDS Kpt-rlal \,l IBB BARBADOS IIOTK1. ASSOCIATION 4 iicenioaat D-LIOHI W MUSCIISC Caxy Grant Betsy Drake OME MORE %  • %  % '# % BRIDGETOWN %  li (DIAL 2310) Al THE DRILL HALL. GARRISON, on Saturday. September 6lh and Sunday. September 7th The BARBADOS POULTRY ASSOCIATION SHOW OF POULTRY and PIGEONS AND for Ihe finf lime in Barbados AN EXHIBITION OF GOLD AND TROPICAL FISH 20 aquariums of Beauty and effortless movement • Open from 2 p.m. to II p.m. on SATURDAY .. 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on SUNDAY 1/6 for Adult. :-: 9d. tor Children and Nurse* Ri'lrethnu H t i>*



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PAGE FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER S, 1952 M^B^.fl.ADV'OCATE O... IM %  #•— I Kridav. Srptrmber 5. 1J52 .\0 IMI4M.III SS I In Xiglil A K i HI; Tiektd Off A Prime* Minister abate in live House of Assembly on Tuesday on Federation cannot be described as decisive, and leaves Barbados' altitude towards federation uncertain. %  lending the calling of a Caribbean conference prior nee the MOUJC of Assembly hai added lut I*to earlier endorssoient ol the Ranee report (with modifications) as %  basis for drafting a Federal constitution The House has not yet agreed on what the modifications are likely to be. What som< of those modifications might in; were hint ed at in the additional Interim Keport of the Select Committee which was Ak in the House on Tuesday. •vmcndatimn of that committee must startle any student of federal government. The suggestion that the Fe with service in the Federal Parliament Ac 'I '! m'R nl Ic *<' to a situation in which the entire Federal House of Assembly and the entire Uppei Chamber ware BOmpojed of mvnbei i region.,l or territorial legislatures. With views such as these being recaBl mended by a Select Committee of the Barbados House of Assembly in an interim report, the suggestion that a conference shun'.i r the Caribbean to agree on %  fl federal constitution before going to London is not only sensible but the holding of such a conference is essential. Two modifications in the Rancc i <)'"' which have been recommended by the I tea and which have been referred to above are not merely modtneathe Honcc report: they are negations Of the federal principle. Th" Select Committee of the Barbados House .1 Assembly speaks of a federal constitution in which the slates retain such Dowers as they did not agree to give up. i idea was vividly expanded by Mr. AJS l member of the Select Committee, when he said In Me House on Tuesday that BOIM : live to see one ui Indian government: the islands will rv | uttle as possible and retain a* nun h as possible for a very long time. Indication of existing opinion en the subject of Federation could be n supported by me t llan politiciar evei M n; published, nnection is there between thi* insular suspicious attitude to el %  I polni Rtton and the federal •v.;>r • ' %  i mmittee not more b V %  :. pt %  •• nee %  mb( i % %  s 'iivisi. n of u I dependem of I •mmendatirms menl Is by the Select What l I do on I— Mi. NiroUon records : "The holiday? Why. read about pailia-wii!" r „ L .r %  .,• K,n instructed Lord Slamforomentary report**-*! Bufman Barkwuti !" M.!*IL. ^! !" 7 h( "" 1O *" %  lo the Prime Minuiv. I Z ££!? !" u^r:U ter UUn *" 1 • ucn unw What interests me about ihc LT.IITMI i ££?*"" haviour ought not lo U parliamentary repor.i m nol-wmrt^ Ibtan with levity. "Metnberi of ParUatd in I!amid Nicolaon's new book. ._ mem," the letter went H w m• %  Kinn C ihey , „ dudf ladles, and sue* a Hale of -.iher well-paid posts ocs thc King. things as you deacrlbe seems lo (HUM What has the union (o What happened was that Ihe late hU .%fajrV hardly decorous or, Mi/ annul this*, and that Kin S G* VI and the Queen worthy of rhe tradtlton of the %  the most exclusive M<">"* %  U"ke and Dueheaa of Mother oj ParlWr,,u..• i ..| lece. There' unpopuli ournaliint for you; there'a clany Lord Slamlordhdm added thai -.pen ih % %  u hm %  MSM OBIS lo be Prime MM I:%  I Boob NICOLSON telU UB that for century it wan the foe of the Prime Minister of to tend a nlshtu .f the parliamentary dcbate.1 to Kinc or Queer; hut Edward to-ig enough M Ibt kh'iek this oia custom LI %  btad. It aecrrw Avqulth once rommtt'e-l the biggest boob in the history •t parliamentary reporting O II. 1912. his Governnu'iit was defeated on an Irish • inber 13 he mov%  vote. An Ulster Tory. Ronald McNeill "cial Secrelai. %  book at a Li hern I Minister culled Win ">r Chun hill. The Speaker Ins debeto twice in up1 thimtentd to resign. Kin* Geirtge got to hear of ttl Munehuw, possibly 'iom newipopers or In private Ifl rii-i own hund fr.nn Vork Cottage lie wrote to As"My Drar Prime Minister. I kfiou' hole bu.ii; U"u ore, Ota I ~aim( hi*lp fi-eltnp lhat if is only UM IS thai I sfiould be kept informed o/ alt important events n Parliament. "/ rniisf wmind you fhaf / wax informed by you of the d>. pleasure trip." Baldwin iretary continu "THE GLITTER AM) THE GOLD" BY NEWELL ROGERS NKW YORK Social diplomacy at the turn of the century dictated that Winston Churchill and Lady houM never bo invited to dinner together. The rule is disclosed tonight in the latest instalment of the memoirs of Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan, former Duche&> of Mar borough, "The Glitter and the Gold." She writes in Ladies Home Journal: "Nancy Astor was one of the few American women married to Englishmen who remained definitely American. Her high spiiits, her sense of humour, her selfassurance, bs nd that Lord SUmfordham'a letter be withdrawn. Reminder Sir Ronald brought with him the draft of a communication which, m the event of Lord Stam: fordnam'l letter not being with-j i 'wn, the Prime Minister would | •eel obliged to sign. 'This eommunicstion reminded I •he King that one of the earliest ObSaen of the House of Common* was to exclude the mm fiom interfering in its pro-j ceodings and concluded by quoting ( Kr-kine May (the authority on | u.irlinmentary procedure) as laying down that the King rannot tun notice of anything said or | US r; UM Mouse but by the rtoort of the Hou*e itself." Lord Stamfordham Inquired .i.i the dally parliamentary r ports from the Prime Minister to the King were now to be regarded as unconstitutional. Sir Ronnld Waterhouse's reply to that poser was that these reports through long usage might j u be assumed now to be part of the count f/iesc utterances at the unwritten Constitution. The King trrespoiMiblf babble of the rx" ,l nl alUlop tn tnrm P !" "* IM „/ f.r LabOW Party /' cinversatKm .but 't might be a / %  • consumption of mrir connibreaeh of privilege for the King not of tinr.oreriuiuTii on Monluru ., 1,1, u a i P .f„ (ll i V( ,rm<\-r ' base written representntlons U„ E, M H. 11 „ r 1,,, „.,.,ZX \,l ,ZVlV^, VJ^nV. "•> •>•" In Ihc ond the K.nK %  ""KM" "'"' "LL •"^""X MM, ' L d StBmlordh.m wrote: ,,k • ?"i,"i b ? """ '""'". %  "* ""* %  The Kinit eould not help Ihtnkinc .r „ flled ,t Wind— ^ nded 6 -V "" mbrn •' "they calUd "a "This surely was a sudden challenge to the sac-red principles treated the established by the Declaration of The KInjf* KlghU," says Mr. Nlcolaon. "The Prime Minister Imme-, ,ieiy despatched his private courage, her independence arc all American rewry sir Ronald Waterhouse, n d also her beauty. Buckingham Palace with a TIIK (.OLDEN VOICE NIRSERY RFXORD BOOK" tells the story with Songs and Music 00 a grat to help you read it in the Book. oDhone record ADVOCATE STATIONERY tliR 1 rrac IUISU hm 1 (h.-k 1 ifie iking %  lrt-int. il or Plata)) Screw Cap Glass Jan or I gal.) Frigid a Ire Bottles. a S. PITCHER & CO. %  4471 •//.* -ui'wi-l. ,.?. that he made jokes In t n his" hand" when Iw walked into of'King George uVwtdo the work %  ^Wthe office and usked for n fortaccomplished by the Glorious "TSS read ^wr report night's Job. The fortnight has gon,raUQl > n ; ,d """' '"" "'•" "><• Survey U "• !" .l thing u. weekly day tor riMl &^v.v bit "'" ""• '"• <" ""• p <** Ol""','" %  "''">"> '"> ordinary round Now Ihinfa to M '" s PPrt It. proposal for Inf ""' nd ."• •" %  opportunity '" ",' cleaned chare on local letter.. '" r !" rporate worahlp and te.ch"" the .urvey claim, that it overln eontwnilng plrltiMl and eltnhead expenm and concealed co1 •" %  •) which arouaed her [.fused. have had further enat. But ,1a. Ihouih ?JL. ,urv !L iuch to accept, I am still ukc w hargea were brought into '/P^lve %  •. "t In this matter •n-count tlu> Post Office would ha am p "tirely unrepentanl and luCL'XlS'^n'r* '"U.r,„ be ^nnl^.r a loS r) f' !" W U '5 "* SE 11,11 badot ha. been e_ • %  prs od at the wldeapread approval Iv breakintt even „",; ^"{J Zh"/o,yli Sie ch advocacy receive, (rom quiet " l l %  • POM bnice 1, ta l thirmtl wtth ""' M """ wh "" "rite to irther comniitinenls liaiiK ove: .. l l nce '* ,0 '" enatgeo with To unpl. m.nd. thc he'"'t of jerviccs rendered lo """'... I .^pending „ to spend << b > , ,h ^? n ,""L?,'. G V T"; lint UYM.HLIW to the Stir. mp nl. it mut gel credit for what ey Utl. is ,"V fo be'Jhouihf ot ; ,' " -' %  %  l.artment.. It i*,i ... <-. •"**• • n„t I,,I|V put rise an nSVul r.. 1 Th,< convenience of statistic. ra.ghler. ductlon can be efficiently used for ui. resulting from a customs C E SHEPHERD. livestock production if parochial mad for other places, or What Kradm Pfr/rr Sto ^nxZTitS tc *Ssted from a.Uling the cost of Jre.ght ro fc ^ g AdpM ^'U r eaT vaiue^the ,'aS^ SI!t..-Ma 1 ia; iDd Insurance to the imports. insufficient reason for Increasing, the burden of Customs tuttes. To me, it Is confusing, as %  1 the Survey foi rrlgnlion schemes when we are eiiig W M Bod lhat, owing to the he supplv of water for i I T. -y l-e curtailonly in drought itJoa is needed. Both Ihe Survey and Mr. Cuk<1 a.id UM expnnsion o! itnancial relief llul. ranee, I suggest thai . -111st not be over sanguine. Whin say what the results Ol th<1 attorn \:ii i>. t oil b fouod, ttl effect Barbados. The last minute t the clock Imek about nluataU iiitaiir.ibies. ii •hrew awav the great amount of nfomaUon that had been, collected. Until the results, and Us lhat 1 enjoyed question and not upon the area -w Hopkbison .l.-vei and alone 1 Sunday's paper, 1 believe that with the adequate uul then go on to comment a incentives, 10000 acraa of land I Itte further on this subject as could and would be put into tnraleed by Miss (or an.) Adains? tensive pasture land—providing a Uke you. Mr. Edllor. I w u< unlarge percentage of the fodder :>!* to tindcrst. -H the meaning and concentrates for 25.000 ratlle UN lvl(n j 'Sport* as used by the and MMW0 pigs — equalling some i.lallon to her class.flea15,000,000 pounds of meat |>er hen f the subjects dealt with annum—Bt*T these 10,000 acres n the various issues of the must be fenced, • water laid on. te\ a remarkable classtflfodder crops planted, shade pro%  rajr, with air vided etc ,1 irHclaa, Hash For brevity'* sake. 1 mak Phantom and Carlb these undetailed statements but Tailing nrdxed SJP and called nm prepared to expand on them %  ami W I. Culture, \ 0 tn y serious individuals 1 es and mv article-' groups • i.er i Hod >;xirl R D. OUTCAI.T tules were HIIMI \e*>iirif 1 Ml sorry she Silt. -I r"c that the Vestry or little further and th. officials have luclute for the toy iKii for several fish sellers at Paynes Bay ie Iwo that appearThe most needed thin* 'n ti< substantial ed during August on 'A N. increased UHUM tnOM dealt balh. ;: ivouM ba^Vtekwith our economic position and Is a latrine and C. EDWAKDSintf it better than his own, adopted it "A great statesman, a master historian, a good painter, who knows, perhaps also I master actor had the fates so decreed." Queen Victoria — "I confess to a feeling of discomfort; her appearance was so sever-and sombre. It seemed lo me il was her deliberate intention to emphasise the dignii\ of hr*r person and rank. Any warmth she might have possessed must have been buried with the Prince Consort." Edward VII — "Always accessible and friendly. He knew how to discard ceremony without loss of dignity. He liked to discuss the news and hear the latest scandal." For over a year a Congress committee in[ vestigated charges of waste and bad work' at U.S.A. Air Force bases in French Moroccu. Recently they asked Army Secretary Frank Pace to "take appropriate action" agains. Lieut-General Lewis Pick, boss of the builders. Thc committee accuses Pick of covering up the truth about waste, loating. theft, and drunkenness. In %  New York art gallery 158 British artists are in a strange contest against artist, of 36 other countries. From more than 6.00C |' paintings, 100 will be chosen for reproduction '' on Christmas cards. Winning artists will have nice dollar incomes from card sales. One British artist already enjoys a dollar income from reproductions ol his work on Christmas cards — Winston Churchill. Jet Fighters still have a higher accident! rats than other planes, says the Air Force But Ihe ,inures for the first half of this ycat were about 25 per cent, down on last year. 1 And the Air Force's accident rate in general is falling fast. The 61b. 5oz. Girl born to Mrs. Humphrey Bogari (Lauren Bacall) has been name Leslie, after the late British actor Leslie Howard*. American Experts on Russia estimate thnt if thc Soviet Union attains the goals of i;. new Five-Year Plan, industrial production per person will be about one-third as great as America's. Housewives are urged to boycott highpriced food items at grocery counters. Economic Stabiliser Roger Putnam despair, over the ability of Washington's price co: trailers to bring prices down. He wants th-women to do it. For the first time in 15 years a challenge. %  is favoured In betting odds on a heav> weight championship fight. It is seven to tlve m favour ol Rocky Marciano (37 knocl^ outs in 42 fights) against Jersey Joe Walcoi but cunning champion. Charlie Chaplin has withdrawn his nc\. picture "Limelight" from the Internalionn! Film Festival at Venice. He could noi piste the editing of it in time. It was a fa • ouritc to win ton honours. OoSkaWter Arttiro Tost.,nini flew to Italv! for a holiday before conducting two concert.; In London and resuming his Americnv cert broadcasts in November. He is 85. They'll be iolns hirl* In a couple of weeka — have you remrmbertd .... SHOES ? SCHOOL SHOES in Black and Brown, laeed and %  trapped, for all afes. Attractively Msi from S4.5J Da Costa & Co., Ltd. eeiottS MEALS call for Delightful SAUCES Worcester Saaee l'..m...-i KeU-hup Chill Sauce \ %  : Salad Caper* Madr.s Curry Celery Halt Crrrboft Salt Prepared MiwUid KEEP FIT WITH A TONIC VVIneamb ituk. m Da bonnet Bel Wlaea DESSERTS Pear* In tin* IV.i'lip In linn tthuharb in tins lee Cream Mix \!rl'iii % %  'in. Iruil v.l ,i ;,, tins Cu'UrH ffl'i'-Vr nS M|, | PHONC EARLY G0DDARDS FIR8T QUALITY MEATS Milk Fed Docks KMUI Beef Sweet Breads teaJ Kidneys Ox Tails Ox Tonnes Fresh S a iuajtes Minred Steak COMPARE THESE PRICES : per lb Dreeead Rabbits SSe. Dressed Tripe 3?c. Slew Beef SSe. Slew Ijmb 4Se. Beef Suet SSf. Carrota tSe. 30 os. tin Manet Pets Sc. per tin SERVE A Ml I M CVRF WITH VOIE EMPIRE < olI I I



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KK1UAV. SEPTEMBER 3. 15J BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1>AGE THREE Free Dental Care For T'dad School C hild ren Government Favour UltlMOl IIICII AM This Policy (From Our Own Correspondent) PORT-OT-SPAIN. POLICY ol Ihe Trinidad Government is thai all school children should receive den'al treatment ;i..solulely free of charge. This Is made clear to the Victoria County Council in a communication by it"Hor.. L. C. Hannayt, Acting Minister of Health add Local Government The Council, acting on a motion by Councillor J. E. Bostock. h.io. taken up the matter with the Ministry of Health and Local Government. The Council had discovered that resident* of the Motuu Ward were experiencing ronatderable itifflculiy in securing children as REPORT ON FEDERATION dental treatment for children aj in our report of the debate In it was mol Inconvenient fur them the Hou>0 of Assembly OB riv.trto get to Princes Town or San ..uon, Wr H. 0. Mapp Is quoted Pernan.i" '%  ad having said "Wall oM House. M llor Bo&lock's comment should be nominated l>y the Bade* ..n the Minister*! reply was th;it e,\ Chamber of the i he was more Interested in knci*tiumU > Lbo other. House should lag whether Government intended be nominated by the Governor to afford an ambulance to mm* i <• .i-, .ti. naif by the elected part OH Children along with BO .-huinber and half by the Govrradult or make some wrmigrinniui nor G< %  ticntmem given the What Mr Map the dtstrk-t. The -j*\r mafoi '. of the CommttlOl Council win tik.up this gjgjpgi m\ th..' the %  anata ahould be %  f the mailer with i - Mini .try nominate*' by the elected chambers or elected members of the SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In C.rli.lc KIEP YOUR SYSTEM CLEAN this safe way.. Amu > %  BRITAIN'S latent airliner, the Brlttol Brittanli turboprop, a>w for the. ftrat time on Augeat 16. Twenty flvf havs already cen ordarsd by BO.AC. and delivery should begin to 10B4. aVOJLC. will operate the liU-saat. 370 mile* an hour Bnttanla as n tonntt fare airliner. comalemenUry to the high •peed, luxury Cornel service*. The corporation also plant to begin polar aervlon over the tap of the world to Canada and the I'ai Bast after 1*66 rout** made possible by the haw-saile range of the saw plane. Secondary I duration ale Aelri of tecondary education should be reviewed. urged Mr. 1. Morelaiul Hopkin Acting Director of Sducai.ou. meeting of the Education Ilourd. Mi Hopkin*. who wai presenting however %'a* that the s. njch .i aase, would be rvnuea of the House or ul It would be better thai at w.." half should be non ...•" %  to the Board on the M me C ivem-*^General It would vexed question of lowiaiaJ h better JJ* Jg ** %  %. haj grants-in-aid to assisted secondary St.Peter's Vestry Will Consider Salaries Increase school*. stressed that icpreMi lion> hud been made which scented to indicate thai unless the grants•ald to 'hese schools were tn• re.itcd, certain schools would be ii. ;i critical financial poatttan; fomf might have to close down oi n-'trtct their present educational ictlviUc. The Acting Dlrectoi uoinlc-it out reduction of Senate at all rather than And thai the House waa in datum of hi its ..ufhorit. alters challeruied." THE ST PETKR VESTRY, at III ntltl mwtintf. -v-11 intidor giving V.'s'ry employees n (Iv* pa* < %  on their .ah.'ics The Vestty received • letter requrstuifi a 11*. their meeting vestcrd:iv. Mr. T. S. Chandler pointed out The V.-' moUon that •>,.s.m'.i:. s-,ir had bean bs Mr Chaastti ami iiwuied to 20 per cent increase while wille the Board of Health asking Spanish Award For Colonial Stamps Lodge Members Return To T'dail the Innd rota* existing .uld that any SflrKnis places or activities i ndga i "oois woul be erlamitous and publii repercussion considerable and he went on to say that the Colony wa* faced with .i con-. derable pro— Kramme of school building >. jeets. and thrtt the rising child population would crease in the number of Bkh eher i In 1952, he added, i ormal increments paid to ten item had called for an increase of SS3.1.0O0 over the 18S1 ftenres. Vestry employees only received :t that Hoard T 15 per cent Incroa 1 *. He said in. 1 Jt Ashton H.ill vabtl these employees should now be .>re in bad condition. Kiven Hi additional Bve per cent The Vestry decided OsM It lo bring ihem in MM wmild now be able lo award scvWith the Sanitary stair. an scholarships to the PartyMr. Chandler moved that lie Coleridge School instead of the The nine members of the Houseincrease bo granted This w.iS usual two. hold off Ruth Lodge of Trinidad seconded by Mr. C. C Pan iBecause of lack ol aecominodaretunied home oniWcdneaday_on Amendntent on •' lhc School, only after board the R.S.. paying their annual local Branch Lodge. During their stay i they took part in a processional h t the Uvesey Comet !" I-xige RKm to Si Mary's Church £.. where they ..t tended Ban ea. SUGAR LOADED FOR QUEBEC Brerton '* Inquest Adjourned The inquest into the cue stances surroundlnr, the iicii Ihe M.V. "Canadian Cruiser" Charles Hrerton of Newbury, fit. which .s now in harbour, is takGeorge, wag vestcrday adiourned i of 2,000 tons of sugar sine die b.y_His Worship Mr. E^A. lncre was a rcs ideno A silver model of the gall' Sao Victoria, which. v i by the Spanuh |ttd ti ihe recent philatelic exblbiii in Madrid to the Britagh Oaloa l world oti board the Sao \ his was seconded by Mr. D. V. O. E Bowan and J A. Bailey. '" rta A "* r voyage of th Jemmott. The Vestry agreed to The Vestry agreed Uiut as soon y<"'". ""'y OOa Of the llv* sb the amendment. as aecommodatiosi was offered, which sailed on September ? %  Arising out o* the minutes of the remaining three vrholarships I5H—the Sao Victoria—returi ihe last meeting, the Vestry called would be granted. '" Seville In Septcmhei 1532 or. Miss Alma Parris, HeadmisA petition, signed by 35 taxIn* Ti'> man who I >• t \ Ih tress of Indian Ground GirU' payers, containing 16 •iueaships, only ;. returned, sick mid School, to state what she wag dotions, was received b) the VeaexhauMed. ing about the Baby (ivche .ttii. Hn! .'id E the questions while Edittmtioni and were prepared >\ *-> assist with the Creche. wards aired the view, of the taxrums in the United Kingdom. r*n.lwn CruaM, sm Ion. u Birt. <..,, T.td. Af,, OsrOWM Aiutia a Co. I.id a. Ku. JJSt IOM, uMNr K. Tlmii •^ lf^ 1—*. Awnu -PlanUUvi u v W..M-HO. ,, ( .j*, H Hudaon: f•tSOWe Ut IM arttosn*) OW-.H A% i.. HI I...U-S.PI.MS*, , K pnaasr, J nsgsiej I ru.ii.*, A Chartai Q Drvidalv rr ABUIHJ — Hrpirmhti Ilk THta/afti CHOICE ni* ii" t\ to 'he Dtt HnUhl. I. H...I. < K.iisin I II..%  MIL M as Irl>ISad* r pl. Htk.. -.J AUsms M %  th T.Whrr j I',,, II,.. I 1:,!.. I, O Wwssaanwi T... . 1 %  '" %  "ii" t M-I....CI I H...urM .rid Quebec. ; Miss Parris told the Vestry that payers. KCU^.-PO.C, cron--, o, D. 5 ^T nci w S.i-^hSST £ H2£ 'S^T^SSLrSL^i S .HI .if inolanw for St. John, irlcl -A". mlWwM". r^Snco— which was *,"£ "S"^. '""!, S"?. '"' Sl tam SP Br ""!" who ""I \,?h %  prcMnl unoccuptod.Thl. Wml %  ii > (Jucbor and TlBhf.x. .ear-old carpcnlcr. wni .Klmilird i^^-i,.,—, _hHvM ,. ^n^iolil. Til., .bin which Is coniWnod lo to the General Hoipltal on AB Joi„ ^....i. Gardner Austin ACo, 29 .ufferlng from heud Inturles. Th . h ,^ r .„ r rf ,„ k,... „:l b--. Sontu, d, %  h. lh I l h ', hert w '^. 0 SSdt, U, I or";, i Baby Creche in the Indian Grounur '£s8i 99 I n Port The %  -in, K%  I t ... Cthson reported to ihe Police that 21 piece?, of board \alued at $10.35 were stolen from the Public Mnrket sotnet me between August 29 and September now unloading ca 3. He told the Police that the to leave today, pieces of board were his property, which has its anents in Pla Franklyn Alleyne also reported lions Ltd.. srrlved in port on that his bicycle which be had left Tuesday from London with 5,490 Child Welfare ich i \,~ | M Jamaican Souvenirs For Panama Jday i utside the residence of Freddie bags of cement, 5,000 cartons Boyce of Boacobelle. St. Peter, on bOtUad beer, 1,000 cartons of KINGSTON. Jamaica Exhibits of popular tourist souvenir and industries com OUEEN'S PARK BEING REWIRED censed milk gplM peas. an'olon. Panama next year aa the Miss Parris said that her main Montego Bay Chamber ..f C0B> %  verhead expense would be pay%  •. i. •(, mviUition o( ing a caretaker. She felt that the Colon Chamber of Commerce. MOM nf ttie parents who left theii to be represented at the Intaroachlldrao at the Creche would also Uonal Commercial Kx | onion, la bring some type of food along be held February 28 i March 15, The Sieamahii' Gloria Marij with them. next year. has just come off the dock after Rev. Hatch. Chairman, told The local chamber of commerce undergoniK axteoglve repairs ami Miss Parris that she had the S)mis now arranging; the exhibits. Special Shipping Service were laid next year, they would make provision for her. Miss Parris said that she would get ahead with the Creche. Sinproposed to keep concerts, eu... in order to raise funds. The Chairman said that he argg even more sure she would be As one of the 23 founder members of the Universal Poai.l Spanldi I'" 1 decided. In May IU4U to mark the 75th anniv.mtrj of the Union, by awardi-i' two priiea annually In respect ff "postage stamps of the highest .rti.tic nuaiity and the moat bappy symbolism". Spain'* iiarticular parttolpal D tn the 75th anniversary \ ai inspired by the memory of i m explorers of four centuries ag — navigators who crossed all .he meridians and wen? the hnt bcareis of world inler-temi. la] %  The wonl to the Brttl h Cotot lea wag made in respect :. Inf the Chairman or a reproenlives In Kl •f>d oraaurv.M ,, i v %  ^ on .hutive of that Committee. HI trainis tak ng ', STOMACH upsets Whsfi the Maaasflk i Matt aa a lesult ol by per anil •Cj, a dose of r> Witt's Anbsad Powdri W'll disprr e the |-n and disimi rigbt BV.U^ FUtlulcac, lUarttwiu aitt) indijcrstaofl are aoms of Uta symptoms lhat this excess ol acid in the *t< Wilt .Antaad Powder soon IICUIIIHV Uir acid and at the same i.mr other uigftdtents in lhc wrll, balancrd forii.ula vnothe and i protect the delicate •louiacti lining. Get a supply ng).' away. ANTACID POWDER Nt-'i'i.i %  i Soothai SlCVTIKh DUNLOP CYCLE %  .CKSTE1N BROS — Bar StiMt — Di.tributor. from SlMt.iu Ul"u f leu; d/.n3ADO> WE HA VF. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Appeal — 10.00 a.m. Total rainfall Gor the moni: 4 of an
Police Courts — 10,00 a.m fall . ci
Rainfall from Codttfigton: Nii
Mobile Cinema show at Westmoreland Highest Temperature: 98.5" F.
Plantation Yard, St. James 7.30

Lowest Temperature: 72.5°F.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.964; (3 p.m.) 29.880
High Tide: 12.45 p m,

Low Tide:

p-m.

Police Band at Revuedeville Show at
Empire Theatre — 8.30 p.m.

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

And the Good that I can do,

6.22 am.,



Har bares

ESTABLISHED 1895

Advocate



Sunrise: 5.49 a.m.
Sunset:
Lighting
High Tide
Low Tide

6.12 p.m,
7.00 pum
12.15 p.m.
5.52 awn. and 5.18 p.m.

i ——
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

FRIDAY,

SEPTEMBER 5,

1952

PRICE : FIVE CENTS
SEA.SIDE







AT THE



Farmers
Break World

' Wheat Record:

! NORFOLK, Sept. 4.
|. Three farming brothers
‘have produced what is believed
|to be a world record wheat .
On an eight decimal 96 acre
on their small farm they have
grown 630 hundredweight of
wheat an average of 70.56
hundredweight an acre,

The brothers are John, George
and William. Turrell.

U.K. Talks On W.I. Federation
Likely To Be Held Next Year

Internal Affairs jJury In U.S. Oil







Hurricane
Heads For U.S.

Florida, Sept. 4.
..Atlantic hurricane “Bakes”





Case Adjourns



flinging 110 mile an hour
winds early Thursday roared
along its “potentially danger-
ous” course toward the United
States mainland. The Miami
Weather Burean at 5 am.
located the centre of the
year’s second big blow about
700 miles east, southeast of
Jacksonville, Florida.

The Weather Bureau said
that the hurricane was travel-
ling 12 to 14 miles an hour
in a northwesterly direction
heading towards the lower
seaboard area of the United
States.

Weathermen predicted that
it would continue along this
course for at least the next
few hours. The Weather
Bureau in its early report
estimated winds at 100 miles
an hour and said hurricane
farce winds of 75 miles an
hour extended outward 75

miles north and east of its
centre.—U.P.



12 Killed

In Explosion

MARSEILLES, Sept. 4.

Twelve persons were officially
reported killed and 40 injured in
a soap and oil factory explosion
which shook this city last night,
but it is believed that the death
toll will rise to at least 20 as
rescue workers shovelled through

the debris.

Rescue workers
piles of rubble
night under
lights trying

swarmed

the glare
to
and oil

Soap factory

ing districts.

Among the dead are one man
and one woman who were killed
when the ceiling of their bed-
room crashed down on top of
them, The authorities said that
some of the persons injured were

yethve- blaz-
it was feared
they would not live through the

so se¢riously bu
ing inferno that

day.

Judge Jacques Dumont of Mar-
seilles was ordered by the Ministry
ef the Interior to open investiga-
tion into the causes of the blast.
The Surete National also will co-
in the probe. Looters
robbed
apartments
when
dwellers rushed out to

operation
were

several
during
nearby
give aid or take refuge.—U.P,

to have
and
catastrophe,

reported
homes
the



Belgian Minister
Of Justice Resigns

BRUSSELS, Sept. 4.
The storm of criticism over the
reprieve of two notorious war
criminals appeared to have abated
after the resignation of Justice

Minister Joseph Pholien.

Pholien, who recommended the
reprieve of ex-concentration camp
guard Richard De Bodt and Nazi
police chief Acrin Van Coppenolle,
quit during a four and a half hour
cabinet meeting called by Prime

Mininster Jean Van Houtte.

The resignation was approved
Baudouin
on the advice of the Prime Min-
ister, who interrupted his vacation
in Africa to hurry back as public
indignation mounted. A successor

immediately by King

has not been named.

As a result of Pholien’s resig-
nation, the issue of the reprieves
will probably not be raised in
Parliament — a step that might
have toppled the eight month old
Catholic Christian Social Cabinet.

The Government was not certai!
that Pholien’s resignation had com-
pletely pacified public one.



Four Killed
In Plane Crash

MADRID, Sept. 4.

A light plane in which the pilot,
Lieutenant Jose Laca, was taking
his wife for a flight Crashed near
Torrelavega in the Santady prov-
ince today killing them and two
Lieutenant Laca,
and a
soldier were killed outright. Senora

other occupants.
a civilian photographer,
Laca died soon afterwards
hospital. —U.P.

——



PANTHER JET

|, ODIFIED TO SERVE fi

tint Ve



Till Sept. 11

WASHINGTON, Sept, 4
The special grand jury investi- |
gating the alleged internation»! |
oil cartel in which five Americ: |
and two British.companies wé" |

tember 11. Leonard Emmerglicl!

over
throughout the
of are
retrieve bodies
after the terriffic explosion in the
which
destroyed the works and damaged
some 40 houses in the surround-

Ste





(ee

12 MIG’s
Shot Down

SEOUL, Sepi. 4.

American Sabrejets tangle
head-on with the Communist aii
force and shoc down twelve
Russian-built MIG 15 jets and
damaged ancther three. One
allied Sabrejet pilot was forced
to bail out over neutral territory.
The pilot sent a message that his
instruments were out, plane
damaged and fuel exhausted.

First reports from the Fiftn
Air Force did not say where th
battle took place, but presumed
that it was in the corridor lead-
ing south from the Red air base
at Antung, Manchuria, into
North Korea.

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 4.
ation will almost certainly be held over until next year,
it was learned today.. The suggestion of the Barbados
House of Assembly that there should be a prior meeting
is understood to have Colonial Office approval.

ares Bustamante, who ha-7-——
already gone on record as sug-
gestin Acheson Will
is going to put his proposals for
such a meeting to the West Indian
leaders who will be arriving in
“I don’t mind FE 2
which West Indian tactiner! Campaign Debate
stages the meeting,” he said, “but
1 feel that before we come to WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.
The State Department said to-
sonal internal affairs settled.”
Mr, Albert Gomes, who is| Acheson did not propose to enter
already in Trinidad, said, “I am|the election campaign debate.
The’ Department Press officer
made its views known. It doesn’t
seem to me to make much odds| “clarify” a remark by Acheson at
whether we meet in London orj|his Press conference yesterday that
he might make a speech on foreign
favour of a West Indian meeting, policy to
if it will at last mean some | misconceptions. Acheson had
action,” been asked at his Press conference
about the Republican Party lead-
delegation’s meeting with the
Food Ministry lasted for one hour| policy of “containment”.
today. Afterwards, Mr. Busta- McDermott said to-day tha
Lloyd George and Lord Munster./at Kansas City on September 1!
He said later, “Our meeting at the; would net be “political”, Acheson
Ministry was most amicable, and| would continue to discuss with the
of our banana industry.” problems “which do not take a
holiday during our domestic elec-
tions”, McDermott added that
occasions take opportunity to
clarify some terms being used in
| discussion on foreign policy so as

THE LONDON CONFERENCE on Caribbean Feder-
in the Caribbean to resolve existing differences of opinion

gesting a Caribbean conference,

Not Enter
a few days’ time.

London we should have our per-
day that Secretary of State

pleased that Barbados has at last
Michael McDermott issued to

in the West Indies. But I am in
clkar up some popular

The Jamaican Government
ers’ criticism of the United States
mante had lunch with Major} Acheson's speech to the convention
I have great hopes for the future} American people current world
the Secretary might on several
oid misunderstanding. —U.P.

ilo ay



No Progress Made
In Drummond Case

FORCALQUIER, Sept, 4.
French detectives working on
the baffling Drummond

“we are back at zero — back
where we started from on August
6”. Commissioner Edmond Sebe-
ille and seven other detectives
who are helping him were tonight
planning to give up their on the
spot investigations for the time
being. The final marathon inter-

United States Superforts from] rogation of star witness Gustave
Okinawa blasted the Changjin| Dominici who found the bodied
hydro-electric plant deep in{of the British family failed to

produce any evidence of guilt and
he was released earlier today. Se+

North Korea, Clouds covered the
key power installation. B.29's
used radar to aim bombs, Far
East airforces said at Tokyo that
there was no Red opposition and

tending to return to Marseilles on
Saturday and to leave the case in
the hands of the local police until

that all the bombers payee there is new development,” a
The Reds probed 11 times across] police spokesman said tonight.
the front but all on a smal!

| Paul Mevel, Deputy Chief of the
Marseilles Criminal Investigation
ma ut hae | Departmeny, told wparere that

. . | Dominici had been released in

Holt Will Discuss | agreement with the public prose-
7 . ‘ cutor because there was no proof
Wiorld Migration |of any guilt. Detectives took the
afternoon off today after working
LONDON, Sept. 4. | 15 hours almost daily for over a

Australian Immigration Minis-|month, With no new major clue
ter Harold E. Holt flies to Mon-

since they found the killer's
treal to preside over the sessions| Weapon, an American army car-

scale—U.P. & C.P.

of the Commonwealth Parlia-| bine, on the first day of their in-
meniary Assoeiation in Ottawa,|duiries, the detectives were com-
said he has appointments with|Plaining bitterly tonight about the
Canadian Government officiais|“W@ll silence” put up by local
to discuss problems of worid ‘opulation. —(U.P,)
migration.

Holt said Canada and Austra-
lia had taken more immigrants |
proportionateiy than any other
countries since the end of the
Second World War.

Holt probably will present new
plans for handling additional im-,
migrants to Australia—C.P.

Cabinet



Farouk’s Private
Planes Seized

CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 4
The Egyptian Air Force took
possession of a fleet of 13 planes |
that had been reserved for ex-'
King Fsrouk's personal use be
fore he was exiled on July 26)
The gir force was also scheduled |
to take’ over the private airfield
at Farouk’s former large estates
at Inshass, 40 miles northwest of
Cairo. On one of the confiscate |
planes the air force had spent

£20,000 for personal fittings for

the deposed monarch. are Dr. Ibrahim

—(U.P.) Greiss (



in Egypt.

Five ministers are now expec-
ted to leave the cabinet formed
by Aly Maher on the day of the

They
Alphonse

EFUELED IN AIR DURING



n F-9 Panther jet in flight during
ee

1 Internatione

eS

triple
murder case now one month old
admitted unofficially tonight that

beille and other detectives are in-

Army's coup d'etat six weeks -
iwky
)»

named has adjourned until Se) |

Chief Justice Department lawys
told reporters that the Governme
did not yet have enough oil cord-
pany records to make an, “)i-
tensive presentation” of its Ca:«

The Government has called- by
subpoena for the records of 2)
large oil companies for examin \-
tion by the grand jury. Sonie
have handed over their recorus,
but thrce America: oil compani +s
have asked the court either ‘o
invalidate subpoenas or allow
them more time to prepare their
defence.

The grand jury was called at
the request of ‘United States]
Attorney General, James |
McGranery, who said that Justic’
Department investigations of mor
than a year indicated that seven
large oil companies dominated the
world oil market. . {

The companies named by hii
were the Standard Oil Company
of California, the Standard Oi)
Company (New Jersey), ig Gulf
Oil Company (Texas), the Socany
Vacuum, the Royal Dutch, the
Shell Oil, and the Anglo-Iranian |
Oil Companies.

The grand jury was sworn io
yesterday. Under United States
judicial procedure the jury will
have an effective life of 18 nen

—U-P.

Eisenhower Will
Criticise Truman’s
Foreign Policy

NEW YORK, Sept. 4,

Dwight D, Eisenhower planned
strong criticism of the Truman
administration of foreign policy
which he recently served as. a
soldier-statesman overseas, Fér-
eign policy was the subject of a
major speech to be made in Phita-
delphia by the Republican Presi-
dential nominee, who, until June |,
was Commander of the European
defence forces with important dip-
lomatic as well as military duties.

An aide said that it would ‘b
stronger than the retired general's
speech last week to the American |
Legion Convention, in which he|
advocated that the United States |
use its influence to help Soviet
satellites win their freedom in con-
trast with the administration’s
“containment” policy on Commun-!
ism. —U.P. |

Truce Talks
Again Recessed

|
PANMUNJOM, Sept. 4.







The Korean truce talks were

recessed for another week after
a brief bitter debate
the United Nations charged that
the communists do not
want an armisfice.

in which
really

It is the sixth straight time in

as many weeks that the United
Nations and Reds have met long
@nough only to exchange angry
words and agree to a weekly re-
cess. They will

meet next
—wP.

on

September 12.



Maher Discloses

Changes

CAIRO, Sept. 4.

| THE EGYPTIAN Prime Minister Aly Maher today

| disclosed his proposed Cabinet changes to two members

of the Regency Council, Prince Mohamed Abdel Monein.

and Colonel Mohammed Rashad Mehana at a meeting at

| Abdin Palace. He announced that he would have a further
meeting with the Regents tomorrow.

The changes, which are expected to be even more |
sweeping than the first reports indicated, will probably
be announced this weekend. They have been designed
to implement the Army-sponsor
trialisation projects—two main pillars of the new regime

agrarian and indus.

Abdallah Salem (Municipal Af-
fairs), Mohammed Kame! Nabee})
(Public Works), and Zoheir Ga-
rana (Social Affairs).

None of the new ministers wili
be military men, well informed
political sources here reported
today. Aly Maher, who has been
under pressure from the Army to
introduce the desired agrarian and
social reforms at the earliest pos-
sible moment, was reported to
have given in to the military
janta’s demands to the extent of
bringing in fresh men to the cab-
inet, byt to have successfully re-
sisted suggestions for a mor
stringent purge of government
office holders.

Premier Aly Maher met two of
Egypt’s Regents on Thursday to

discuss the reshuffling of his
Cabinet and land limitation re-
form.

The meeting between Maher
and Regents Prince Abdel
Moneim and Colonel Rashad
Mehana lasted tWo hours and
preceded the first Cabinet meet-
ing after the Qurban Bairam
holidays scheduled for Thursday
night, Maher will meet the
Regency Council again tomorrow
when the third Regent Bahien-
jdine Barakat will be back in
‘Cairo from Alexandria




YESTERDAY was no exception in the succession of hot days but it was a half-holiday and city work-
ers flocked to the seaside,
The picture shows a number of people taking advantage of the

Gravesend beach





P.A.Y.E. System
Requested In
Trinid

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Trinidad’s Junior Chamber of
Commerce this week agreed to
ask the senior chamber to recom-
mend strongly to Government that
the “Pay-as-You-Earn” system of
collecting Income Tax be put into
effect as early as possible

From

The juniors, by a 23 to 7 ma-
jority vote adopted a resolution
agreeing in principle to the suge
gested Income Tax collecting sys-
tem

Mr. Mervyn G, Lewis, mover of
the resolution, expressed the view



To make things even cooler, vendors of “mauby cool”, snowballs, ice-cream and the
modest lemonade carried on a thriving trade in the shade of the trees that fringe the beach,



They used
seed called “Sydric 46 which took
King’s Lynn seedmen C. W. Mar-
sters Limited twelve years to
develop and was first put on the
British market in 1946.

The crop which the field yielded
is more than three times the
national average yield, a Minist
of Agriculture spokesman said.
Other authorities state that the
previous highest known yield was
in Holland last year of 61 hun-
dredweight an acre. Just over 31
sacks of wheat came out of the
i = 525 poynds in each
sack, Twenty sacks. acre is
considered g a,

During Sat a. 7
the natic lyerage vie’ as
19.10 huAd@fedweight an acres

excellent bathing facilities at









1949 Pese 22.4 hurkdr,
weight, am in Aigo stoog
hundre aht* a iipre. pe

W.L Barristers Will

Form Bar Association

(From Our Own Correspondent) ,
| PORT OF SPAIN. Of Forgeries
T + ha ‘4 , J _ au wet . > “~
er ae ( a have agreed on the} Following a number of instances
establishment of a Bar Association. This is to comprise]in Trinidad, the British Carib-
barristers in the British Caribbean Area and is to be]>ean Currency Board has issued a
known as the British Caribbean Bar Association. ven throughout the territories

Every barrister will be eligible for membership of seeavan damabines of Britten Caster
the Association, provided that no person, who, at the date |bean Currency Notes of the ten-
ot the adoption of its rules, lawfully practises and is re-'dollar denomination have been
cognised as a barrister in any territory of the area, will be ; “P8**ved recently
eligible for membership, I"or the purposes of the Associ-! A_ notice which appeared in
ation’s rules, the term “Barrister” shall mean a person ,!0c@al newspapers states that “a
who has been called to the Bar of England. he of the one-dollar denamina~

= The aim and objects of the a on is altered 20 repreeens a) tate

that pomageins was undoubtedly sociation include: To deal wit way Pree oe ae =
wrong with the present system of ] U. i I all matters affecting the profe _——S 2 e 19 remov'

collection and suggested that this dd otte snore sion and to tae. ‘on ound aetle and the word “ten” substituted,
should -be revised. Government . thereon as may be deemed expr oe the re | is added te
according to him, seemed to be f y L dient to promote, preserve, regu- |e Dumera in the corners of
happy with the present method 4OMmMUNIS Ss late and Srotect ‘its interests gn ‘Me Note. The colour of the one-

of tax gathering, and unless they
pressed them into doing some-
thing they would leave things as
they were,

The PAYE system,, explained
Mr, Lewis, was designed to assist
people in paying their taxes. Pay-~
ments, under it, were made either
monthly or weeldy, or fortnight-
ly rather than annually, The
people would have the same right
of appeal against any errors in
the tax computation

Other points from Mr. Lewis
speech: Every year losses are bhe-
ing experienced through the
present system of collecting tax-
es, The PAYE system will min
imise these losses,

Jamaica has been investigating
the efficacy of the system and I

understand they intend to put it}

into operation in 1953.
In England there was

for the first three years in having

it instituted, but it is

t

hat the system is running
smoothly there and we in Trini-
dad can benefit from England's
experience.

General view of members was
that the system was one in whiah
employers would co-operate with
the Government



Reds Close Four
Main Check Points
‘o West Berlin

BERLIN, Sept, 4
East German communists in u
move to step up the isolation ol
West Berlin closed four of th
twelve main check points con-
necting West Berlin with ih
surrounding Soviet zone

At the same time commun
continued for the fourth straig)
day their “slow down” tactics 0
inter-zonal truck traffic

Police said more than 150
Berlin bound trucks lined up
Marieborn check point on the en
trance to the i10-mile long

ternational! highway between |
West Gefmany and West Berlin
—U,P.



Indian Police
Fire On Mob

HYDERABAD, Sept. 4
Pollee opened fire on a mob of
10,000 raiding Osmania

days of riots. The Indian Army
‘vas asked to stand by in case of

emergency and a curfew was im-
posed. The mob is demanding the

bodies of two persons killed by
police in another riot yesterday

Police authorities agreed |
turn over the two bodies t
their respective familie:

The trouble started Tuesday
when students staged a demon-
istration against the employmer
of outsiders by the Hyderaba
Government despite a han 0!
| public demonstration Po: ice
broke up the parade with té
gas and cane charges Student
jretaliated by hurling rocks an
about 40 persons were injur

including 30 police

|} On Wednesday, police opene
|fire twice on the mob a eque
{to Tuesday’s disturbance Ty

persons were kil¥d and three
jured Armed
the treet

police pat
until te We ci
re

stones at street li

car UP

’

completing trounced all Commu-
nist

8,000,000-member organization this (eemed from time to time to be

on
elected and he retired, There were | Ciciary on questions affecting the
two more members on this year’s | profession,
Couneil 1
was

of mineworkers

«we Going South

reported |

to stump the south for more than}
a week in October,

|ment rightfully owns the tidelands

tittle
Presidential
Kisenhower

tollar note, which is red, is also
treated to make it similar tg the
brown colour of the genuine ten-
dollar note,

The Board advised the public

the interests of its members; {>
act as representative of the Bi
j and to answer questions, lay dow:
Traveller candi- |'Ules regulating the etiquette anc

MARGATE, England, Sept, 4,
lhe Trades Union Congress

and Fellow

dates in electing its leadership for | Practice of the profession in ac- to serutinise the word “ten”
the coming year 7 Py cordance with its rules. ‘the fumerals 10 as well as ‘ne
The 84th Annual Congress elec- The association will also ex- colour e ten-dohlar notes

Whe corporate opinion of the

oT Sy ae eanaem Coun. | press in such quarters as it is

j ‘ tance, and that care~
cil to run the affairs of the | 2a

ful serutiny wil) disclose the alter-
ations that have been made if the
note is not genuine.

Mr. H. N. Armstrong, Senior
, Currency Officer, Barbados Cen-

with tre said yesterday that he could
main- add nothing further to the pub-
among lished notice. He said that as far

year. All but one of 83 members! @esivable and to support deputa-

last year's council were re-| tons to Government and the Ju-

in jaecordance
Not a single Communist these rules; establish and
elected. Principal Communist|tain friendly — relations



candidate was Arthur Hopner,|members of the legal profession as he was aware, no forgeries had
Secretary of the Natigna! union |in the British Caribbean and else- been reported in Barbados.
U | where,

encourage establishment
jof benevolent funds for indigent’
| barristers within the area.

fevenson | A body to be called the General
Council of the Bar of the British
Caribbean will name and contro!
the affairs and business of the
association, This Council will be
composed of two members from
{each territory of the area appoint-
fed by the Council or other execu-
tive body of the United Associa. |
tion and one of the said appoin-|



£321,000 Loan
For Grenada

(From Our Own Correspondent)

_ ST, GEORGE'S,
A British United Press despatch

SPRINGFIELD, Sept, 4.
Governor Adlai Stevenson plans

it was learned |



today, as the Democratic Presi-|y 7° ; locally confirmed, yesterde -
dential nominee prepared to take jtees shall be a member of the nounced raising of a © 321.000
ne ‘ 5 a ‘oe jn Utter Bar, Members of the Coun- ’
off for campaign appearances In}yil shall hold office for s lod lomn for Grenada on the London
nine western states ' one - Giice TOF 8 period financial market for a number of
The Democratic nominee will/Of two years. development schemes, including
ao into North Carolina, Florida, electricity, water supply, housing
Louisiana, and Texas, In Texas y We and slum clearance, hospitals and
Stevenson will face the delicate Spaak Vants A drainage and reclamation, :
job of placating voters on the U it Ei The loan has been raised by
steamy issue of states rights as nmi ed urape ‘issuing a 444% stock at £77 per
| applied to the tidelands oil, Gov £100.
|ernor Allan Shivers of Texas ha COPENHAGEN, Sept. 4. It follows a Loan Ordinance
objected strenously to Stevenson's Paul Henri Spaak, forme: | passed by the last Legislative
position that the federal govern- Kuropean Assembly President,| Council in 1950.



called for the immediate creation| 8-U-P. sayd the placing of the



il, —U.P. fa United Euro set} "ew stock at a trifle below the
( pe to offset

United States strength within ruling level of comparable Colon-

Western alliance, In a Uni-|i#! loans makes it likely that the

;Stock will command a premium

versity of Copenhagen speech he when 7
‘ ne juoted on the London Stock
“i 7", said; “1952 could perfectly wel = :
To Truman perfectly wel! Exchange.
NEW YORK, Sept. 4

Dulles Replies."

jbe the year of the European | Grenada’s public debt amounted
{Constitutional Assembly to £284,868 on December 31 last,



John Foster Dulles returned —C.P. (of which £166,600 is represented
President Truman's fire in the | | by a three per cent stock issued in
foreign policy dispute, accusing RED PROPAGANDA wo and redeemable in 1959-—
the President of trying to “be a

OFFENSIVE

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.

The new loan stock *<« ceacema-
ble at par in 1976 Sut the Govern-
ment of Grenada repay at the

besmirch” Republica:
nominee Dwight D
Dulles charged that

and

oT Communists have mountgd 4) same ice during th pcedi

: nig nes of the Trumai. same price during the preceding
enn ie “a one was) Major propaganda offensive to} seven years. A Sinking Fund will
ticket into World War U1,” whil [ty to defeat the Truman-|be established in Britain,
; aah Pi ces ,, Churchill proposals for settie- >
| eee, eaten ae ment of the Anglo-Iranian oil ane ben is secured on the oi
;are 3 28 B 5.
| A Republican foreign affair | dispute. ee : mesma eae oO e

- ssued statement ir The voice of Soviet Commu- ype shinee es

pokesman issued a * at Some of the schemes contem-



General
Hospital killing at least one and
wounding 17 in the latest of two



yand war



reply to a speech on Monday ii
which Truman said that Eiser
hower was following “gutter poli

ies” laid down by the ‘mastei
mind in the Republican party
These “masterminds” apparently
would include Dulles in the field
of foreign affairs,

“General Kisénhower speaks
for himself on foreign policy,”
Dulles said He added that the

candidate speaks with “command
ing authority” of long experience
and grave responsibilities in peace

lost it.”
—(U.P.)

than a man who has



Two Newspaper
Editors Arrested

ACCRA, Gold Coast, Sept. 4.
French authorities in neigt
bouring Togoland | arreste
two more newspaper editor ane
harged them with spreadins
information according

eachi here





State

He said, “we can trust
a man who has won peace rather

i1ism beamed into Iran is a clan-
festine Azerbaijan station be-
lieved to be on Rugesian territory.
Broadcasts show _ violent
position to the oil deal offered
Iran by Britain and the United
last Saturday.—C.P.

oe

plated under the schedule to the
Loan Ordinance have already been
undertaken in anticipation of

°p-| floating the loan which is to be

j utilised in connection with the
colony's Revised Development
Plan for the years 1950-—56



Chileans Voted For

President

SANTIAGO, Sept. 4.

Chilean voters went to the polls
to select from among four cangi-
dates their President for the next
six years. For the first time
women lined up with men to cast
their votes

The four candidates are Pedro
Enrique Alfonso (Radical Party),
Arturo Matte (Liberal Party),
Carios Ibanez (Independent Na-
tionalist), and Salvador Atlende
(Socialist Party). The new Pregsi-

’ dent will take office on November

4




men were arrested for| Betting odds favoured Alfonso
ishing the text of a telegram| ond Matte on an even basis, with
to the United Nations in/ Ibanez in third place, and Allende
York protesting a!leged | last
t More than 8,000,000 Chilean
Frenct France 1dm pe re estimated to have been
le U.N. trusteeship wwered in Santiago alone on the
oP ection result Before the polls

Yesterday

close late today it is expected that
some 600,000 men and 300,000 wa;
men will have voted. Previously
women voted only in municipal
and national legislative elections

Yesterday armed forces assume:
direct control of public order in
preparation for election. The army!
navy, and air forces were placed
under a “first degree” state ‘of
alert throughout Chile. All per-
mits extended to private citizens
to carry arms were cancelled.
Government authorities charged
that a group of Ibanez followers
yesterday attacked a number of
Alfonsa sympathizers at Temuco
and that three men were wounded
seriously in the ensuing shooting.
Two others were injured w
sticks and stones in another cl

Ut




PAGE TWO



E HON. ROBERT CHAL-
LENOR, M.L.C., was

pas-.

penger for England by the Ss
Golfito sailing yesterday. He will
be joining his wife wno lek

Barbados a few months ago for
England. They will be remain-
ing for about six months befor®
returning te Barbados.
Spent Ten Weeks
RS. META JONES and her
daughter Amelia were pas-
sengers leaving the island by the
Lady Nelson on Saturday last.
Mrs, Jones who spent ten weeks
in“Barbados as a guest of Mi.
an@ Mrs. Daniel Corbin of Up-
per Collymore Rock, is return-
ing to her home in Boston.
~ From Venezuela
BARCELO VIDAL, Gov-
“ ernor of Bolivar Province
in-Venezuela, arrived in the
colany on .Monday last to spend
a Short holiday. He is a guest
atthe Colony Club, St. James.
= On Vacation
RS. JACQUES and her two
sons, Simon and Peter
from the British Embassy, Cara-
cas,.are On a vacauon in Barbd4-
dogvand are guests at Cacrabank
H Her husband is hoping to
se “them during their stay here,

—— To Study Art
SS BARBARA ANNE
COLE, daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs, Fred Cole of Henry’s Lane,
Collymore Rock, and _ foriner
pupil of Queen’s College, left the
island yesterday by the SS
Golfite for England. Miss Cole
will enter the St. Martin’s Schoo!
of Art, London. The Course will

last for about five years.

Civil Servants Here
R. L,.G. LAURENT and Mr.

A. A. Moore, two Britisa
Guianese-- Civil Servants, are
spending a part of their six

months’ leave here. Mr. Laureat
is attached to the G.P.O., George-
town and Mr. Moore is Senior
Postmaster at the GP.O,
Georgetown.

Library Clerk For Holiday
ISS SHEILA BELGRAVE
of the Public Library Statt

and daughter of the late Mr.

W. N. Cc. Belgrave, left the

island yesterday by the S.S. Gol-

fite for England. Miss Belgrave
will be spending a holiday in

England with her step-mother
and sister at Ferring-on-Ses,
Sussex.

On Honeymoon

R. AND MRS. PAUL

PLOUGH who were mar-
ried on the 22nd August in New
York, arrived here on Tuesday
last te continue their honeymoon,
After leaving New York _ they
‘went on a tour of Jamaica, Cura-
eao and Venezuela. They expect
to remaim for three weeks as
guests at the Colony Club, St.
James. =



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FRIDAY,
4.00 — 7.15

SEPTEMBER 5, 1052
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4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Piano Time, 4,30
p.m. ThesBraemar Royal Highland Gath
ering of 1982, 5.00 p.m. Lehar, 5



5.15 p.m

Variety Bandbox, 6.15 p.m, Merchant
Navy Programme, 6.30 pm. Southern
Seranade Orchestra, 6.45 p.m Sports

7,00
News

Round-up & Programme Parade,
p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. Home
i Britain.

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i pm West Indian Diary 7.45 p.m,
The Case of the Night atchman’s
Friend, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsree!, 8.30
pm World Affairs, 8.45 p.m. Interlude,
8,55 p.m. From the Editorials, 9.00 pm
The Braemar Poyal Highland Gathering
of 1952, 9.30 p.m. Barn Dance, 10.00 p.m
The News, 10.10 p.m. News Talk, 10.15
p.m. Portraits from Memory.





CROSSWORD



Across
1. That shady retreat. (6)
7. Stepped after tea. (3)
Â¥. Considered be mean, (4)
10. Occurrence, )
12 Made up from’ a broken file. (4)
13 Set me spout little work, anc
this is what | ¢o. (4)
14 Term used in 14. (3)
16 an 1 It's ‘dos all go the
iimb. (6)
17 ‘Always taken from the barn. (4)
18 United to secure the lady? (8)
22 Plan these anitmals. from

memory? (9)

23 One mile including the car in
reverse. (7)
24 What a scamp he 1s, (6)
29 Needs to be good to ‘play 11. (3)
Down
1 The main date enlivened. (8)
2 What Dan made of Noel. (4)
3 Can this fish enter a woodwork
class? (4)
@ Award or command? (5)
5 -Dne soft palate, (5)
6 ‘way to live, (4)
i ay be a testimonial. (8)
8% United. (3)
1 See 14 Across (6)
1S Acidiy. (6)

One type of urn. (4)
Megs breaking the stones. (4)
Outstanding in poetry (4)

sc ution of peeercay: 8 DUz?.e.—Across?
. Coment; 6 Ass: &Y Acimosity, 10
frievion: 11 ‘Torture; 12. Recoco; 15
Mage; 16, Nemesis: 12, Adapt; 19. Dish:
‘, Mattress. Dowr: 1. Cartoon; @
oforeed; 3, Mirror, 4, Emit; 5, Nocuous

Storege: 8. Bynalenra: BS Oasis; 14)

= Keot 15. Ride: 17 Ma

HAVING SOLD OUR BRANCH STORE NO. 27, BROAD STREET

MR. GEORGE SAHELY

ALL ACCOUNTS ARE PAYABLE AT



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ee @
O HORROR beyond all horror! have produced the twin hat, two
O triple damnation! The Frencia hats joined together by a chromi-

Pads Nix Romance
ia ‘




ACCORDING to a report from
Stockholm, Katalin, Szoka (above),
17-year-old Hungarian Olympic
swimming champion, was whisked
behind the Iron Curtain after she
was said to have fallen in love with
an American water polo star at
Helsinki. Her friends said she was
locked in her room until her plane
left for Budapest after she secretly
dated Bob Hughes, of Lancaster,
California.



Returned Home

R. AND MRS. JOHNNY

THOMAS and family whe
taave been holidaying here for th:
past two weeks, returned home
to Trinidad by B.W.1LA, on Wed-
nesday. They were guests at In-
dramer Guest House, Worthin:
Mr. Thomas is a Merchant of
Charlotte Street, Pori-of-Spai:

Americans Holidaying

M*: AND MRS. A. LOSKi,

two Americans, have been
spending a short holiday in Bar-
bados as guests of Cacrabankx
Hotel. Mr. Loski owns twenty-
five thousand acres of svar
cane in Puerto Rico, where ne

has spent the last three

year:



\K.L.M. Gets 9th Award In WAL

NEW YORK,

| This week the

tive Aviation Safety Award was
presented to t's West Indies Di-
vision of KLM Royal Dutch Air-

* lines by the Inter-American Safety

Council for a perfect record dur-

ing 1951.
For the



KLM
112.618 passengers—-2,446,700 fly-
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ger miles without accident or

year, carried



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moment ro his excitement
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952

By BEACHCOMBER

he hangs his hat on my right ear, '
howls with laughter, and shouts,

——







: . ‘ wine-growers report that there is um rod, one to be tilted back, « wie 3
Married in Antigua j.t00 much wine. The French can- the other forward, This double. .5°77Y ol girl, I thought it was
PEDDING bels at the St./not afford to drink it as they hat will cover a considerable ‘@ hat-peg.” My mother hates
x R.Cc. Church,|used to. acreage of the biggest head, leav- this, What can I do?
da, on Tuesday afternoon aad ‘ _ ing the sides of the head free for, Seetines
rang for Miss Joyce Rosemary vine ace hipaa perhaps, another double-hat, mak- jy Hr ee mee Take ui eee m *
Jackson. th aug ‘ ng four in all.
Rea an Mrs.|wine-drinking, and it is no good oes ae, tem ae FOR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1952
the late H. N. Jeckson, and Mr talicing : exporting to America, Dr. Rhubarb’s corner mste 4 of getting his food, until) : : *+
Gordon Renwick, Solicitor, and|Pecause Americans do not under- wyyitie H. writes: I have very “he removes the things from your Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
1 on of Mrs. Florence’ Ren-}*t@nd Semana oat = a 4 large ears. Every time my hus- ears. This, will make him look} ind what your outlook is, according to the stars.
: = 3. Guy Ren-| More , coviisea occupation an p e vies = = a SS Guy “- watching television, whatever Rept comes home: from Bie compen iy i from of ¥ | ARIES Mars, invigorating, helpfully demaiten 7
vic ees xe none ig ar! ot Lord Brabazon may ,say. Too?) March 21—April 20 is benéficially aspected today and suggests
ead a ian ‘iniheee yp much wine! Ye gods Wha kind j accomplishment, especially in efforts Pe
at ae ore “tof a world are we living in? I require energy, endurance,
rhe bride, Grenada - born will tell you, It is a world where:
though only over the past year
3 ; ag 7°" |in ten years’ time, we shall all GI OBE h ntury-t ox A day for sensible caution in all matters,
re urning to Antigua from EnE-|be sipping non-alcoholic chemi- N4.G.N4 20th Ce ba Apri AURUS 4, especially handling tools, machinery, fire- *
hood ind " joining the staff of cals out of tins provided by slot- - ew arms. On the other hand, military and















































Barclays Bank, was given away
by Sir Clement Malone, retired
Chief Justice cf the Windward
and Leeward Islands.

She wore a striking outfit com-

prising a bodice of Chantily lace A JUDGE says that he calcu-

ureatest Novel!

and skirt of tulle over taffeta,)lates what a man can afford to
with three-quarter length veil] pay by looking at his finger-tips. hr bin ali
descending from a crown of x ‘aah appearing on a judgment T ob 4 ve .

orange blossoms and carriea a

summons said he did not smoke
lovely bouquet composed by Miss

or drink. The judge said:

to the

“I can

Atteck of Trinidad’s “Rosales.” | see by your finger-tips that you ild
Only bridesmaid was Miss ydon’t smoke.” One day a rich a Ww

Hazel Comissiong, daughter off who smokes through a series be

Non. and Mrs. Terence Comis-| platinum holders, and holds out at-

siong, who wore a dress of lemon
embroicésred organza with
matching headdress.

Ac'ing as bestman was Mz.
Philip Atteck of Trinidad, a close
friend of the groom. Fol’ owing
the ceremony, a reception took

clean fingers, will have forgotten
to wipe the champagne off his
beard. ‘A non-smoker,” the judge
will say, “but
signs of drink.”

the beard shows

Sucks to yore,

machines with television screens
attached. Auntie Hygiene speak-
ing.

Fallible List

place at Hotel Antilles. The Captain Ol th!
couple spent the night at Lake me " ayer

Hea Grand Etang, and after- ALARM about illiteracy in the
wards left by Wednesday’s plane|Army is growing, and sergeant-
‘or Trinidad to spend their|majors are said to be signing
honeymoon at Mayaro, chits with their thumb-marks. It

The bride is a younger sister
of Mrs. “Hutch” Camacho who
vas wedded in Antigua last year
but wes unable to attend because
of a happy event of her own last
Thursday. An

is also said that many soldiers
have the mental development of
children, This may spread, until
there is a row in the officers’ mess
when one major accuses another

DALE ROBERTSON
ANNE FRANCIS

win CHARLES KORVIN

overseas repre-|of stealing two glass marbles,
entative of the family at the}and the colonel is suspected of
wedding was Mrs. O. R. Kelsick| keeping a beetle in a match-box.
who came over from St. Vin- When people go to a Museum

cent, they often forget that the build-

ing itself may be interesting.

’. v 2 :
For Cambridge and Oxford _¢Artlale Oh Travel)



M R, AND MRS. L. N, CHEN-] INTERESTING is a mild word WILLIAM MARSHAL
ERY and their daughter for, say, the Carnavalet in Paris.
Linda .eft by _the S.3. Golfite | when you come into the beauti-
yes.€ rd:y for England. : ful Place des Vosges, and ap- y=
Mr. Chenery, an _ Assistant proach the Carnavalet, which
Secretary of the Colonial Secre-| was the home of Mme. de Sévigné, j

iariat, is going to England to take

: ou feel you are paying a call on
a Devonshire Ccurse in Admin- y 7 pays

a great lady. The museum still

ssration at Cambridge and Ox-Jhas an air of a private house of
ford. : i the seventeenth century’ And what
Also leaving by the Golfito}of the Cluny Museum, where you
on holidey were Miss Beryl]come into a great hall which was
Chenery of Messrs. Stokes |part of the enormous palace of
Bynoe, Ltd., and Miss Sybil]the Thermae when Paris was the 1: 4

Cnenery of Barclays Bank. little Roman town of Lutetia?

For Nursing Course
N ISS GILLIAN GALE, second
daugnter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Ga'e, left for England on
the S.S, Golfito to enter the Rad-

cliffe Infirmary, Oxford, to take
the | General Nursing Course.

The double-hat for Fatheads

FWHE Maison Beachcomber has

solved the question of the
woman with a huge head who
must wear the new tiny hat. We

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naval interests are under fine Mars (vigor- +
cus) rays.

GEMINI

Can be productive day, if you don’t make *
May 21—June 21

sudden, unpremeditated changes in well
organized matters. Care signing contractsi

*

CANCER Not all favourable, neither unfriendly. *

June 22—J Work with war materials, the armed forces
— have encouraging Mars influences. In all *

matters, be extra careful.

Don’t be disappointed if you don’t receive
favours, advancement just now. @Better
keep up your good work and fortune will










LEO
July 24—Aug. 22

smile on you. Be a DOER! * *
VIRGO Vigourous matters, issues that _ require
Aug. 23—Sept. 23 determination and strong decisions are
sponsored. More care urged in money and a
property transactions. *
LIBRA In-between sort of day for artistic or per- +

Sept. 24—Oct. 23 ona) igterests. Laborious and stimulating

issues are highly encouraged.

-M

You should enjoy and profit in any worth-
92 while endeavour. Stimulus is in the air
and you should be rarin’ to top previous +

good records,
* ‘

SAGITTARIUS Maybe some rough problems ‘in work or 3
Nov. 28—Dee. 22 business; be especially careful handling

SCORPIO
Oct. 24—Nov.

ec cceraneaewne ec a oe.





them, also dangerous tools, machinery,
and in travel,
Before your eyes... ae * 2 Avi
Saturn, as most planets, now advises
Albion... King Dick... * eat against needless risks to life, property.
Toussaint...the Haitian . 5 but does favour aggressive constructive
half-jungle world x action. Keep familiar routine smooth.

* *

ARIU! This is in a tranquil period of several
* ieee Pg days’ duration : amenable to progressive

push or for just steady, uneventful going

of lydia Bailey!

SCE Whole month receptive to intelligent
Feb ze - hn 2¢ Plans and action, BUT you must be in the
Shee forward ines, eager to get ahead.
* Obstacles? A few. Overcome them, you

ean!

YOU BORN TODAY are scientifically minded. Excellent
x all-round capability, refined in manners, neat in habits ana
dress, You are dependable, practical. Curb a tendency to over-
work: to spend too long hours at anything. You can succeed,
especially at a profession wherein your mental powers. artistry
and intuition are brought to the fore. Birthdate: Giacomo

Meyerbeer, famous composer.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,



Free Dental Care For T’dad School

1952

Government Favour

This Policy

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

POLICY of the Trinidad Government is that all school
children should reteive dental treatment absolutely free

of charge.

Council in a communication by the Hon. L.

This is made clear to the Victoria County

Cc. Hannays,

Acting Minister of Health and Local Government.

The Council, acting on a motion
by Councillor J. E. Bostock, had
taken up the matter with the Min-
istry of Health and Local Gov-
ernment. The Council had dis-
covered that residents of the
Moruga Ward were experiencing
considerable difficulty in securing
dental treatment for children as
it was most inconvenient for them
to get to Princes Town or San
Fernando for it.

Councillor Bostock’s comment
on the Minister’s reply was that
he was ‘more interested in know-
ing whether Government intended
to afford an ambulance to trans-
port the children along with an
adult or make some arrangements
ic have treatment given the
children within the district. The
Council will take up this aspect
of the matter with the Ministry.

Secondary Edueation

The whgle field of fevendary
education " should be reviewed,
urged Mr, I. Moreland Hopkins,
Acting Director of Education, ata
meeting of the Education Board.
Mr. Hopkins, who was presenting
his views to the Board on the
vexed question of increased
grants-in-aid to assisted secondary
schools, stressed that representa-
tions had been made which seemed
to indicate that unless the grants-
in-aid to these schools were in-
creased, certain schools would be
in a eritical financial position;
some t have to close down
or restrict their present educa-
tional activities,

The Acting Director ted out
that any serious reduction
places or activities in existin

assisted secondary schools wou!

be calamitous and public reper-
cussion considerable and he went
on to say that the Colony was
faced. with a_ considerable pro-
grammé of school building pro-
jects, and that the rising child
population would demand an in-
crease in the number of teachers
employed. In 1952, he added,
rormal inerements paid to teach-
ers had called for an increase of
$335,000 over the 1951 figures.



SUGAR LOADED FOR
QUEBEC

The M.V. “Canadian Cruiser”
which is now in harbour, is tak-
ing a cargo of 2,000 tons of sugar
for St. John’s and Quebec, a ship=
ment of molasses for St. Johns
and Quebec and rum for St.
Johns, Quebec and Halifax.

This ship which is consigned to
Messrs. Gardner Austin & Co.,,
Ltd., is due to sail between Sun-
day-and Monday for St. Johns.

BOARD STOLEN
FROM MARKET

Leon Gibson reported to the
Police that 21 pieces of board
valued at $10.55 were stolen from
the Public Market sometime be-
tween August 29 and September
3. He told the Police that the
pieces of board were his property.

Franklyn Alleyne also reported
that his bicycle which he had left
outside the residence of Freddie
Boyce of Boscobelle, St. Peter, on
September 2, was stolen.

QUEEN’S PARK
BEING REWIRED

Under instructions from the
Vestry of St. Michael, the task
of rewiring Queen’s Park has
been begun by local workmen.

The rosds and the main build-
ings will receive attention as
the Shed has already been re-
wired. Some twenty poles were
brought into position yesterday.

CARPENTER’S DEATH
DUE TO NATURAL
CAUSES

Dr. A. S. Ashby yesterday per-
formed a post mortem examination
on the body of Seibery Eversly,
a cerpenter of Bay nd, St.
Michael, and attributed death ta
naturai causes,

Eversly was admitted to the
General Hospital on September 2
about 9.30 p.m., but died suddenly
2 few minutes after.

SERVANT REMANDED

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday remanded 16-year-old
domestic servant Enid Howell of
Cheapside, St. Michael, until
September 8, when she appeared
before him charged with break-
ing and entering the dwelling
house of. Eleanor McPherson at
Cheapside, St. Michael, and steal-
ing articleg to the amount of
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REPORT ON
FEDERATION

In Our report of the debate in
the House of Assembly on Feder-
ation, Mr. R. G. Mapp is quoted
as having said: “While one House
should be nominated by the Elect~
ed Chamber of the territorial
chambers, the other House should
be nominated by the Governor

General, half by the elected
cha r and half by the Gover-
nor. General.”

What Mr. Mapp did say was:
“The majority of the Committee
fel, that the Senate should be
nominated by the elected cham-
bers or elected members of the
territorial legislatures. His view
however was that the Senate, in
such a case, would be a mere
replica 6f the House or a potential
rival, and it would be better that
at least half should be nominated

by the Governor General. It would *

be better that there should be na
‘Senate at all rather than find that
the Hguse was in danger of hav~
ing its authority in legislative
matters challenged.”

Lodge Members
Return To T’dad

The nine members of the House-
hold of Ruth Lodge of Trinidad
returned home on Wednesday on
board the S.S.. “De Grasse” after
paying their annual visit to the
local Branch Lodge. -

During their stay in the colony,
They took part in a processional
march from the Livesey Comet
Lodge Room to St. Mary’s Chureh
where they attended Divine
Service.





Brerton’s Inquest
Adjourned

The inquest into the circum~
stances surrounding the death of
Charles Brerton of Newbury, St.
George, was yesterday adjourned
sine die by His Worship Mr, E.’A.
McLeod, Police Coroner of Dis-
trict “A”.

Charles Brerton who was a 27-

ear-old carpenter, was admitted
¢ the General Hospital on August
29 suffering from head injuries,
but died a few minutes after he
was admitied to a ward,

Dr. 4. S. Cato performed the
post mortem examination at the
General Hospital Mortuary the
next day.

“‘Essi’’ In Port

The Steamship “Essi’’, which ig
now unloading cargo, is expected
to leave today. This Steamship
which has tts agents in Planta
tions Lid., errived in port on
Tuesday from London with 5,490
bags of cement, 5,000 cartons of
bottled beer, 1,000 cartons of con-
densed milk and 1,20@ bags of
split peas.





“GLORIA MARIA”
COMES OFF DOCK

The Steamship Gloria Maria
has just come off the dock after
undergoing extensive repairs and
refitting. The Glori, Maria which
is a double bottomed vesse] with
a twin serew is owned by the firm
of C. A. Maritima Delta of Cara-
cas, Venezuela, and her agents
here are R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

The Maria is used by the firm
for transporting gypsum, a type
of stone; it also has room (or
general cargo, She was raised
to the dock on July 30.

In 1948 the Motor vesse! Julia
—sister ship of the Maria—was
being refitted on the same dock.



POLICE DOGS ON PATROL

The Police dogs “ip and Peggy

are now doing a regular patrol
duty around the City at night.

These dogs do a four-hour patrol
with their masters.

Rex, their offspring, is in train-
ing for Police work and is taking
bis training well,

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BRITAIN’S latest airliner, the Bristol Brittanig turboprop, flew for the first time on Angust 16.
Twenty-five have already tween ordered by B.O.A.C. and delivery should begin in 1954. B.O.A4,.0. will
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St.Peter’s Vestry W



Salaries Increase

THE ST. PETER VESTRY, at its next meeting, will
consider giving Vestry employees a five per cent increase

on their salaries.

The Vestry received a letter requesting

the increase at their meeting yesterday.

Mr. T. S. Chandler pointed out
that the Sanitary Staff had been
given a 20 per cent increase while
Vestry employees only received 2
15 per cent increase. He said that
these employees should now be
given an .additional five per cent.
increase to bring them in line
with the Sanitary staff. 4

Mr. Chandler moved that the
increase be granted, This was
seconded by Mr, C. C. Parris,

Amendment

Mr. G. G, Gill however moved
an amendment that consideration
of the increase be postponed un-
til the next meeting and asked
that at that meeting the Clerk
present a Financial Statement.
This was seconded by Mr. D. V.
Jemmott, The Vestry agreed to
the amendment.

Arising out of the minutes of
the last meeting, the Vestry called
on Miss Alma Parris, Headmis-
tress of Indian Ground Girls’
School, to state what she was do-
ing about the Baby Creche
Indian Ground.

At the previous meeting Miss
Parris asked the Vestry for a grant
to assist with the Creche.

Miss Parris told the Vestry that
there was a residence at Indian
Ground Girls’ School—-the Head-
mistress’s reaidence—which was
at present unoccupied.“This was
because she lived at Speights-
town,

The idea had occurred to her
that there was a necessity for a
Baby Creche in the Indian Groune
district. She had got in touch
with the Department of Education
and was informed that she could
use the building for such a pur-

e.
Child Welfare

She said that she proposed
furnishing the building with about
eight cradles, Children would be
kept during the day. Classes
would be held in Child Welfare
for the benefit of parents and
parents would be asked to attend
on Saturdays and render assist-
ance in cleaning up the building,
etc.

Miss Parris said that her main
overhead expense would be pay-
ing a caretaker. She felt that
some of the parents who left their
children at the Creche would also
bring some type of food along
with them,

Rev. Hatch, Chairman, told
Miss Parris that she had the sym-
pathy of the Vestry and that he
was sure that when the rates
were laid next year, they would
make provision for her,

Miss Parris said that she would
get ahead with the Creche. She
proposed to keep concerts, etc.,
in order to raise funds,

The Chairman said that he was
even more sure she would be as-
sisted by the Vestry after they
had seen the progress of the
Creche.

Mr. G. G, Gill told Miss Parris
that the rates were already laid
and asked her to remind the Ves-
try next year.

Coronation Committee

The Vestry appointed Rev. A.
J. Hatch, Rector of St. Peter, to
represent the Parish of St. Peter
at the first meeting of the main
Coronation Committee which will
be held under the chairmanship
of His Excellency the Governor
at the Legislative Council Cham-
ber at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday,
September 17.

The appointment was made af-
ter the Vestry received a lette:
from the Colonial Seeretary ask-
ing that a Parish Coronation
Committee be formed and invit-
ing the Chairman or a represen-
tative of that Committee.

ate

The Vestry agreed to a motion
by Mr. Chandler and decided to
write the Board of Health asking
that Board for a ruling on land
at Ashton Hall where the roads
are in bad condition,

The Vestry decided that it
would now be able to award sev-
en scholarships to the Parry-
Coleridge School instead of the
usual two,

Because of lack of accommoda-
tion at the School, only four
awards were made and two of
these boys are already students
at the same school.

Scholarship Awards

Those receiving scholarships
were: V. E, Hurley, E. S. Bowen,
O. E. Bowen and J, A, Bailey.
The Vestry agreed that as soon
as accommodation was offered,
the remaining three scholarships
would be granted.

A petition, signed by 35 tax-
payers, containing 16 ques-
tions, was received by the Ves-
try. Roland Edwards, who spoke
on behalf of the taxpayers, was
present. The Vestry gave an-
swers to the questions while Ed-
wards aired the views of the tax-
payers. |

Members present were: Rev. A,
J. Hatch, Chairman, Messrs T. S.
Chandler, G. G. Gill, C. C. Par-
vis, C. H. P, Jordan, D. V. Jem-
mott, C. A. Thornton. An excuse
was offered for the Churchward-
en, Mr, A. A. Gill, who wag in-
disposed.



Jamaican
Souvenirs
For Panama

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica

Exhibits of popular tourist
souvenir and industries connect-
ed with food products, drinks and
tobacco will go from Jamaica to
Colon, Panama next year as the
Montego Bay Chamber of Com-
morce accepts the invitation of
the Colon Chamber of Commerce,
to be represented at the Interna-
tional Commercial Exhibition, to
be held February 28 to March 15,
next year.

The local chamber of commerce
is now arranging the exhibits.

Special Ship Service

The Royal Mail Lines (Jamai-
ea) has announced that Kingston
will be the terminus of a special
shipping service for visitors re-
turning from the Coronation of
Queen Elizabeth in London next
year.

Pacific Navigation Company’s
17,000-ton luxury liner will cul
her usual calls to the Western
South American loading ports,
turning around at Jamaica for the
first time.

Honour for Jamaican |
A

A Jamaican, ,who played ;
prominent pat in the industrial
and cultural development of Pan-
ama, is to be honoured in mem-
ory by the Republic. He is the
late Mr. Maurice ilooper who

during his lifetime helped to build,
up the district of Las Minas, in,

the province of Herrera.

His memory will take the form
of a junior library to be estab-
lished in Las inas, as part of
the province-wide programme of
establishing these centres to per-
petuate the memory of various
benefactors of Panama.

A daughter of Mr. Hooper sti!!
lives in Kingston,





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Spanish Award
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Stamps

A silver model of the galleon
Nao Victoria, which, was
awarded by the Spanish judijes
at the recent philatelic exhibition
in Madrid to the British Colonies
for their display of special
Colonial stamps issued to ce -
memorate the 75th annivers ry
of the Universal Postal Uni
is now being displayed in ‘he
reception room at the Colonial
Office, Sanctuary Buildings, in
London,

A small group of Spaniard,
headed by Juan Sebastian Elca.io,
were the first to cireumnayig» te
the world on board the Nao Vic-
toria, After a voyage of th: ce
years, only one of the five sh.ps
which sailed on September 27th
1519——the Nab Victoria—returned
to Seville in September 1522, Of
the 237 men who sailed with “he
ships, only
exhausted,

The stamps, which are
subject of the award, were
issued by various Colonial adm)n-
istrations and were prepared »y
firms in the United Kingdom, in
the light of suggestions made by
the Colonial Office.

As one of the 23 founder mem-

bers of the Universal Posial
Union, the Spanish Por al
Administration decided, in May

1949 to mark the 75th anniver-
sary of the Union, by awarding
two prizes annually in respect of

“postage stamps of the highest!

artistic quality and the most
happy symbolism”.

Spain’s particular participation
in the 75th anniversary \ a;
inspired by the memory of her
explorers of four centuries agu-—
navigators who crossed all ihe
meridians and were the first

bearers of world inter-territorial

messages.

The award to the Britizh
Colonies was made in respect of
stamps issued during t period
January ist 1948, to ay 3ist,
1949.





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ose anyocate| Whe Night A King Ticked = “THEGLITIER AND THE |) sr: cous: vorce sunstry ncono nook”

~ Ree esR SSS S28 oS Bs Se ft x = “i | GOLD” to help you read it in the Buok.
Off A Prime Minister |

Mimted by the Advecate Os., Lté., Brem* #1. Bridgsstewn

. 4
What do you think I do on Mr. Nicolson records : “The! BY NEWELL ROGERS ADVOCATE STATIONERY

holiday? Why, read about parlia- Parttamentar Re King instructed Lord Stamford-| : ; NEW YORK
mentary reporters! Busman Bark- | winuene ‘sar ah a ham to write to the Prime Minis-| Social diplomacy at the turn of the century

ley, that’s me. : ter stating that such unseemly be-| 4; : ;
What interests me about the | *W® Umexpected colleagues | poviour ought not to be treated| dictated that Winston Churchill and Lady

parliamentary reporters mention- in not-so-ancient history. with levity. “Members of Parlia- | Astor should never be invited to dinner to-
ed in Harold Nicolson’s new book, ment,” the letter went “now in-) gether

“King George V”, is that they see elude ladies, and such a state of | ie : :

hold other well-paid _ posts ee ae ‘iilrnaas col Sings oe Secor seme o| The rule is disclosed tonight in the latest
(Huh! What has th nio nat happen was tha ie la ajesty y :

say about this?) Yee “ace King George VI and the Queen warthy of the tradition of the instalment of the memoirs of Consuelo
they have the most exclusive Mother, then Duke and Duchess of Mother of Parliaments. Vanderbilt Balsan, former Duchess of Marl-
readership imaginable. Just one %°°K, had left for Australia to ome’ Tomi hoe ones bow a borough, “The Glitter and the Gold.”

reader apiece. There’s unpopylar OP? the first Federal Parliament Ba cc s — TF se ug wl . ad Fi
journalism for you; there’s classy '°, ™eet in Canberra. Mr. David to the Speaker. : She writes in Ladies Home Journal: “Nancy
sc nistatieha! Kirkwood and Mr, Ammon, two Show the King’s secretary's mes € the few. A ;

These men are, in fact, parlia. Socialist M.P.s, protested at the ex. ee to the Speaker? ee Ss or Was one 0 the ew American women
mentary reporters by appointment Penditure on whot they called “a s wo eS eS fon married to Englishmen who remained
to the Sovereign. rere eee sont hea be ee D seater definitely American. Her high spirits, her

To get the job you have at the | Baldwin’s report treated the established by a of y 6 gh sp ;
same time to be Prime Minister. matter lightheartedly. The King’s Rights,” says Mr. colson. sense of humour, her self- assurance, her







Friday, September 5, 1952






















































NO PROGRESS

THE debate in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday on Federation cannot be
described as decisive, and leaves Barbados’
attitude towards federation uncertain.

Apart from recommending the calling of
a Caribbean conference prior to a London
conference the House of Assembly has
added little to earlier endorsement of the
Rance report (with modifications) as a
basis for drafting a Federal constitution

The House has not yet agreed on what the
modifications are likely to be. What somc







eee ; cre inued: — “The Prime Minister imme- : 4
of those modifications might be were hint Biggest Boob mene eee diately despatched his private) courage, her independence are all American |
d in th iditi ; Mr. NICOLSON tells us that for secretary Sir Ronald Waterhouse | (both Decorated or Plain)
ed at in the additional Interim Report of Jmore than a century it was the to Buckingham Palace with a| 2% also her beauty. Serew Cap Glass Jars (3 or 1 gal.)
the Select Committee which was discussed provtice ¢ the 7 Minister of aemand that Lord Stamfordham’s| “Her vivid personality made her many Frigidaire Bottles.
the day to send a nightly report

in the House on Tuesday.

Two of the recommendations of that
committee must startle any student of
federal government. The suggestion that
the Federal House of Assembly should be
elected by. adult suffrage and that the
Upper Chamber should be elected by
elected members of local legislative
chambers metfely means that the Upper
Chamber would be the, tool of
the regional or territorial assem-
blies. In that case there would be no point in
having an upper chamber. The argument
which was put forward by one member of
the Select Committee during Tuesday’s de-
hate that two chambers elected by adult

letter be or. friends, but there were those whose dislike Cc. S. PITCHER & co. Ph. 4472

Sir Ronald brought with hjm | was equally marked. She and Winston
ae Res reary ore Churchill are actuated by a strong antipathy ||
, , in e event o - ; p
fordhara's letter not being with-| one for the other, so much so that one never
drawn, the Prime Minister would) jnvites them together, dreading the inevitable
feel obliged to sign. louie

“This ‘communication reminded| €Xp/osSion. ;
the nie that one ee aes oF And this is what she described when her
histori objects ‘0 e ise 01 .
Commons on to exclude the| son was host at Blenheim Palace to Lady
Crown from interfering in its pro-| Astor and Winston “chose to appear.” A
ceedings and concluded by quoting heated trivial tt
Erskine May (the authority on 2ated argument on some trivial matter
eh One King a ended with these hot words:
ing down tha e ng ¢ | 3 z
take notice of anything said or Lady Astor: “If I were your wife I’d put
done in the House but by e, oison in your coffee.”
report of the House itself.” ae : y rea lif I SR a

Lor d Stamfordham inquired inston: nc were your husban
whether the daily parliamentary ; 409
reports from the Prime Minister would drink it.

of the parliamentary debates to
the King of Queen; but Edward
Vi'l was long enough on the
throne to knock this old custom
on the head.

It s¢ems Asquith once commit-
ted the biggest boob in the history
of parliamentary reporting. On
November 11, 1912, his Govern-
ment was defeated on an _ Irish
question, On November 13 he mov-
-d to rescind the vote.

An Ulster Tory, Ronald McNeill
(later Financial Secretary), threw
a book at a Liberal Minister called
Winston Churchill. The Speaker
adjourned the debate twice in up-
roar, and threatened to resign.

King George got to hear of
hese events somehow, possibly
‘rom newspapers or in private
‘alk, and in his own hand from







franchise would cause confusion as to hieied Cottage he wrote to As- | *L can’t remember its name to the King were now to be re- Mrs. Balsan’s pen portraits of:

i qUELD: + . . but I think it’s the thé garded as unconstitutional. ill—** i
which chamber had the people’s mandate “My Dear Prime Minister, 1 } saktch Guana’ Svtane rot Sir Ronald Waterhouse's reply Churchill “He represented the democratic
is not convincing. Australia and the [*"ow nes busy you are, but | } Mabel out in such a dread- to that poser was that these re-| spirit so foreign to my environment. Even
United States elect both chambers of their | jue to me thar chat oe nly ful rash,” ports through long usage might| then, in his early twenties, he was tremend-

due to me that I should be kept = «py > , . be assumed now to be part of the 2
informed of all important events roa a yr ai unwritten Constitution, The King| ously self-centred and had dynamic energy.
Tae ee ta irresponsible babble of the ex- might allude to them in private) tie told me he learned very little at Harrow
must remind you that I was tremists of the Labour Party for conversation, but it might be a - B
never silornes by you of ‘g de- the consumption of their consti- breach ot pay for the King and wanted to do a course in the classics.
cat of the Government on Mon- tuents, hig Majest k to base written representations i i ould
day. Equally, I was left unin- ih AF White: Himmant’ Slecouree: upon them, In the end the King How, seemingly without mt he.‘
formed by you of the serious and ous if not insulting allusions to 8@V@ Way. : recite pages he had scanned!
- hh yer agysagg Ms Pi his Family. And the King objects Withdrawal “As proof of his memory I quote a letter
Di aed Queen and I are very get to be anit a Moher oF 1 Lone Sneeshsene eOending from Lady Katherine Lambton received while
ylad that you and Mrs. Asquith . sa ’ letter was wi rawn, But in do- ‘at : ae Ri
ide 'settion to. Wiedioy ab the and ag cag ag: me ete arse ing so Lord Stamfordham wrote:| W’ ‘ing these memoirs. She says: “Sir

legislature and the idea that any part of a
Federal legislative structure should derive
its authority from a regional or territorial
legislature was rightly rejected in the
Rance report as inconsistent with true
-Federation.

The dual election system was embodied
in the United States constitution precisely
because the framers of that constitution

of next week.” fended by any members of the and King ent not eae erenree Laurence Olivier and his wife expressed a
i is That letter is filed at Windsor So ” hat his subjects generally wou . ; >
did not want strong government. This RAK. 404,12 (Royal Archives; Government. not be surprised were they to| Wish that Churchill should see their Richard

idea has not been appreciated as it ought | xing). Story’s Crown

know that the information con=| III. During the whole play he recited the

by exponents of unitary government and | te Fahe. Minigige eee at tries beotoes vena Dean ie poet te hie be Bs GENIAL ow it, words, almost putting the actors out, At |
the writers of the Rance report, all of whom oe the | worligka "ait Coceiabne RAK 2097,2. It crowns the story terms as those of my letter.” supper afterwards to the Oliviers’ immense
are accustomed to unitary forms of gov- hag it wold not coos again.” sa ae a 4 hag Mey gy wane. Se ken “noo as the! «rorise he knew the whole of Henry V and
ernment, disapproved of a system of [ing one bake etanetestinen I don't — Lords Kirkwood and Come now, whot do you think? Henry VI »y heart. When Olivier consult-
political struggles which partook of the —_ i ae, 5 waeh-ord min dons.) cobtelle vmabtorn + or b Fiona le . ed him pout how to say a certain speech,
nature of a battle of equals all able with [on ty one. : tried his hand at an account of when there are ladies present?| Churchill gave his rendering. Olivier, think-
equal apparent justice to claim to speak Baldwin Joked an all-night sitting. By a coin- Was Baldwin. right or wrong—

; c _eidence reporter Barkley, then a what would a Press Council havé| ing it better than his own, adopted it!
yy a — < with access novice, was trying his hand at the to say about him—in treating such| “A great statesman, a master historian, a
o these files tells us nothing of same thing upstairs. a matter with levity? : : ;
ne me eine scar CE. Sata Barkley got his report printed Mr. Nicolson comments: good painter, who knows, perhaps also a
mn an evening newspaper and it This absurd episode did not if
~ome to Stanley Baldwin, His was the only credential he had arise from any wit on the part or or had +e fetes ao Sroceend, :
pos vue that he made jokes in in his hand Sane he weume inte, of King George to undo the work: Queen Victoria.— “I confess to a feeling
his copy. e ce and asked for a fort- accomplished by the Glori i "
His Majesty read your report night's job. The fortnight has gone Revol — ae cA 2, ik a — of discomfort; her appearance was so severe

vith the interest with which he on ever since, instance of his constant O and sombre. It seemed to me it was her
ways follows the graphic and Reporter Baldwin was not pation with the le mW ah Noila i : ‘ 5 re ab
often amusing accounts of the nearly so successful with his orb oY ae ee s of public} deliberate intention to emphasise the dignity

debates,” the King’s secretary Lord reader, He informed his Majesty ]t ma of her perso d k. Any warmth she
3 $ . y of course have been that er person and rank, y wa s
jtamfordham wrote to Baldwin in that “an all-night sitting of the Mr. Baldwin sa thin i i
“ebruary 1927, House of Commons has come to about politicians taking > ie BHene muvee. Domeennac Haat Dave barn Drie

with the voice of the people.”

Instead they advocated the nominative
principle for the British Caribbean Senate
because men of experience and ability who
might not otherwise be available might
thereby be allowed to serve their country.

lf this recommendation is interpreted as
allowing for the appointment of persons
who have no chance of obtaining popular
election it may very well be rejected as



Dats : ‘ ‘ . “But on this occasion you take resemble St. James's Park at mid- with the Prince Consort.”
being inconsistent with the claims of the |, joss serious and, I suppose, more day—M.P.s_ lying about the Ne —LES Ed d VI “Al ibl d
West Indies to enjoy adult suffrage. But | House of Commons’ view than benches in recumbent positions.” SAT Bey, Tt plwagye, Spoeesivle ap

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3 if “Shoes For Tots,
- friendly, He knew how to discard ceremony Teens, And Up To
College”

without loss of dignity. He liked to discuss

Our Readers Say 3 the news and hear the latest scandal.”

For over a year a Congress committee in-









to substitute for the nominative principle
the principle of the elected territorial legis
lature electing the upper Chamber of the
Federal Legislature would be contrary to



; i ;, th - i 4
the federal principle of government since | Fiscal Survey oh a eernecee yo oid i ened ie sexta op peer ete: vestigated charges of waste and bad work
it would give the territorial legislature an re are Meco Advocate— in the meantime, though we are ont ee ey would not wish at U.S.A. Air Force bases in French Morocco.’
Be Oe taut ' : ers | meri nist,“ apt to puff and blow a bit at the Fe ee a ce eum Pear Recently th ked Arm: ran
unwarranted sphere of influence in matt See ee aes ay Be heat in this our off season, visit. , BUt perhaps it is my occasional y they as’ Army Secretary Frank

of exclusive federal concern.

But the Select Committee of the Barba-
dos House of Assembly seems to regard in-
fluencing the Federal Legislature as quite
a legitimate aim. Another of their recom-
mendations is that members should be able
to serve in local legislatures concurrently
with service in the Federal Parliament.

; ; ; letters (not articles) on the pre-| Pace to “take appropriate action” againsi

‘aveal is’ suggestive; they con- °TS would find the conditions here Pp 3 . : ‘

yy what Ie ital” Your recent still pleasant, and indeed much proline + a weekly Sabbath} Lieut-General Lewis Pick, boss of the build-| |!

orrespondent would not, it seems, ™re Pleasant than in most places. tt Ss Day—I don’t think it

‘isayree with this, for’ he says _ May I make one more comment (pa'ic t thir : pre resace Re a td ani

hat he found Professor Beasley's “Dd Point ut that the Survey is Shanda trons the. Seamus se Swed The committee accuses Pick of covering up|
inanti ; e ice. . {

nn piace aoeetk - oe To support its proposal. for in- ot toil and sport, and opportunity| the truth about waste, loafing, theft, and) ciddenans auc

cuke we have had further en- Creased charges on local letters, ies camaieaec ne siriteal ea Dee drunkenness. “ Black and Brown,

lentenment, But elas, though col wok ninns Set a. oiea cal affairs) hlen Genmad thi-| In a New York art gallery 158 British|;| — laced and strapped,
re is muc ‘ ; ; ; ; : : :

oe tased 2 BeceP iy Sam si" charges were _ brought — into ‘SP0rtive’ ire. But in this matter! artists are in a strange contest against artists’ | for all ages.

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7 M t . I am entirely unrepentant and ‘
Acauiescence in such a proposal might lead a ~ ae nthe Re gil mei in Rina te be Eno ay tan Miss tt pinane =e be ees of 36 other countries. From more than 6,000 ||

eg bain 3 ; i eS eae ; A - This is ri { prised at the widespread approva inti i boo)
to a situation in which the entire Federal ravagant, only breaking — even ra . ee, aaa pe buch advocacy receives trom quiet pancnet, 100 will be chosen for reproduction i Attractively Priced
House of Assembly and the entire Upper hanks to bumper ee while Post Office is to be charged with Rood citizens who never write to] ON Christmas cards. : i| from $4.53
Chamber were composed of members of ue Weads. ‘To sample. minds the ie cost, of snavices rendered to the press. FRANCIS GODSON Winning artists will have nice dollar ‘in-!

Ny ‘ . . "a7 > over ‘ : , 1 y other branches 0 overn- 7 4s :
regional or territorial legislatures. ure for overspending is to spend ment, jt must get credit for what : comes from card sales. One British artist)

With views such as these being recom- | °" wiil'is‘not to be thought of, it does for other departments. It Livestock | already enjoys a dollar income from repro-| '
mended by a Select Committee of the Bar- | vile, though Mr, Cuke recog. vo ot charee, bor Clas tie TOI atee. we erentes | ductions of his work on Christmas cards — e9 ®

: a ises past ls 5 —_ e . ives rs “ : |

bados House of Assembly in an interim | ises' past lack of cars, he looks the” Customs ‘Department a very Cris — 31/6/32 eck) Winston Churchill I li
report, the suggestion that ac who goes about with his eyes open S#bstantial sum cach year in cus- I have been on this island for Jet Fighters still have a higher accident)’ >
should meet in the Caribbean to agree ON }\. be satisfied that Government t0™S dues on parcels. It receives two years and three months—I





a draft federal constitution before going
to London is not only sensible but the hold-
ing of such a conference is essential.

Two modifications in the Rance report
which have been recommended by the
Select Committee and which have been re-
ferred to above are not merely modifica-
tions of the Rance report: they are nega-
tions of the federal principle.

The Select Committee of the Barbados
House of Assembly speaks of a federal con-
stitution in which the states retain such
powers as they did not agree to give up.

CR la od i, deposits for the Government own—‘approximately—215 acres —| Tate than other planes, says the Air Force.|
yets value for all the money it O°P* : n—app ; : 5 |
‘pends. The oder of living is mine ae PS on ] suggest, - ioe $0 head of Dr seer wes But the ‘igures for the first half of this year |
lala cain’ Bron Siete: ‘mouse deal with country withdrawals as ner in Barbados Food Products| Were about 25 per cent. down on last year.'

; . well, and with Wireless licences); Co., manufacturets» Wholesalers,| And the Air Force’s accident rate in genera! ° -
eee atc “at fivtng a, Se further, it handles a considerable retailers of ham, bacon, pickled| ~ falling f ' 8 x
raised higher still, Though, as the Volume of business in connection pork, fresh and frozen meats,| 18 Taliing ast. |
Survey points out, more’ indus. With pensions. All this amounts locally produced. The 6lb. 50z. Girl born to Mrs. Humphrey |

on : ‘ to @ substantial total and may It is my opinion that any

Noowat een raion well balance the charges and ex- attempt to produce livestock on Bogart (Lauren Bacall) has been named MEALS call for
its proposals would reduce both Renses sugaemne by the Survey, this island without devoting a| Leslie, after the late British actor Leslic

he incentive and the means to disposing both of the loss and the reasonable amount of land to it H a Deli htful S. AUCES
venture, That existing taxation 8'8Â¥ment based on it. Admitted- is folly. No one can raise live- oward, i se
makes not sufficient allowance !Y such interdepartmental adjust. stock nor produce milk economi- American Experts on Russia estimate that’ Worcesiee Sauce
for the maintenance of existing ments make no difference to the cally if they had to buy both green if the Soviet Uni tai h Fe Gh ine Tomato Ketch
ndustries is retognised, but the £°€ral picture, but, none-the-less fodder and concentrates, Lands e sovie nion attains the goals of its > ra



This idea was vividly expanded by Mr. | \eed for amendment is not press- creheehee fair to get the record eee ne en aee ae) oe new Five-Year Plan, industrial production | Ver, gelade
‘ + 0 ia : n : c ‘

Adame, a member of the Select Committee, | 4. Seuitek tien . C. E, SHEPHERD. livestock production if parochial} Pet person will be about one-third as great ers «
when he said in tae House on Tuesday that |:arisr shaped for other places, or What Readers Pre, land taxes are put on an equit-| as America’s. ‘ adras Curry

s ld live to see one unified |from adding the cost of freight rs fer able and rational basis, i.e., based H i " i Celery Salt
re aes : the islands will Jamd_ insurance to the imports, To the Editor, the Advocate, on the real valuW ef the land in seeewiree SNP teen Ae aaa el Sas aan d
West Indian government: the islands v seems an insufficient reason for ,,°/%—May I say that I enjoyed question and not upon the area] priced food items at grocery counters. eee
try to give out as little as possible and re- |increasing the burden of Customs “: Hopkinson’s _ clever and alone.

tain as much as possible for a very long

time. es ye eR:
No clearer indication of existing opinion

on the subject of Federation could be given:

te saa ; and then go on to comment a incentives, 10-000 acres of land} over the ability i , i n=
s the suggestion in the Survey for iittie further.on this subject 8s could ond would be put into in- the a lity of Washington’s price con
rrigation schemes when we are yaised by Miss (or Mrs.) Adams? tensive pasture land—providing aj ‘follers to bring prices down. He wants the
_4ike you, Mr, Editor, I was un- large percentage of the * fodder] women to do it.
“ble to understend the meaning and concentrates for 25,000 cattle

duties. fo ma, It is conflising, as humorous letter in Sunday’s paper, __I believe that with the adequate Economic Stabiliser Roger’ Putnam despairs'
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: state- Saha at ; 4s : ss ! FIT WITH
and: it has been supported by: ne aoe " Steary pornose Base be ok of the word ‘Sport’ as used by the and 50,000 pigs — equalling some| _ For the first time in 15 years a challenge | KEEP arr A
ments of West Indian Oe lahes ever since | ‘4. ake 3 ro & dy % relation. to ber classifies. 15,000,000 pounds oe per} is favoured in betting odds on a heavy- Winearni: ¢
the Rance report was publis 4 re md , ton of the subjects dealt with annum—BUT these 10,000 acres : ‘ ‘ : Buckfast
But what cbnnection is there between | eee, ne Se tas anaes ct ote various ames e â„¢_ must be fenced, water nga poge aes ee =. It Wet ton e Wabeunes Minced Steak
so eee Ci Tusk . : OK a ans ‘Advocate’, a remarkable classifi- fodder crops planted, shade ©. ive in iavour 0 oc arciano nocn-
this insular suspicious attitude to aes ourism for financial relief, But, cation, by the way, with Mr. vided ete. outs in 42 fights) oy J ste Wal ee yh bees ee THESE
political association and the federal | vitn deference, I suggest that we Hunte’s serious articles, Flash For brevity’s sake, I make S In 4. hgnts) against Jersey Joe Walcot:, | DESSERTS ORS:
netnciple of government? Is the attituge | ~vust not be ower sanguine, Big Qe om, the Phantom om ee these undetailed statements but) the “ancient,” but cunning champion. Pears in tins per Ib
arene ce TA Pak in keep- an say wha e results o e Calling mixed up = an called g repared to expand on them . : ‘ 4 ; ‘ Dressed Rabbits 36c.
of the Select Comumittes cet re & . resent oil investigation will be, First Class, and W.I. Culture, . Eig ceerious "Sadliviauale or Charlie Chaplin has withdrawn his new Rhuberb in ie Dressed Tripe ..... 32c.
ing with “confederation,” which insists on judge, if oil be found, its effect Education Notes and my articles groups, « picture “Limelight” from the Internationa! Tee Cream Mix Stew Beef - 38e.
the individual independence of each unit n Barbados. The last minute thrown together and called sport Fl D. B, OUTCALT Fil a ye yg ; Apricots in tins Stew Lamb
whereas federation embodies a division of | ‘hange over to the American in- of the “Third Class’ and so. on! Most Needed way Dewtive® Ot NRee nee: Maeee get CU Fruit Salad in tins Beef Suet
WHHETrOCUS eae : ™ : ele “kk ¢ Junto > >» ovtialas sane f s } sas sys . - .
pee ties -cen general and regional cov- |‘erests put the clo ke back about B nce my articles were ost vee = plete the editing of it in time. It was a fav- Custard Powder Carrots
pow ’ : ze reat ae aE | vo years, for, aléng with still especialy named, I felt sorry she SIR,—I see that the Vestry or ee Cs Fruit and Spice Puddines 30 oz. tin Magnet
ernments, in which each ts cO-Ordinate |more valuable intangibles, it did not go on a little further and the Government officials have ourite to win top honours, hsntecneenadlincaddanen aed Peas 36c. per tin
with the others and independent of them threw away the great amount of mame the bad ones. For the only just put up a_ structure for the| Cenductor Arturo Toscanini flew to Italv! +
Federation thus-defined is not recone lable nformation that had been col- from my pen for severa] fish sellers at Paynes Bay Pee a eae a oa mY oe PHONE EARLY SERVE A VIELLE CURE
ae twa ay ommendations mentioned lected. Until the results, and its ynt ere the two that appear- The most needed thing in this} ‘Or @ holiday before conducting two concerts WITH YOUR EMPIRE
vitn tne ren Fe mera in) ffect are known, any substantial ed di August on ‘A New Namie village, however, is a latrine and} jin London and resuming his American con-|! G 0 D D A R D S$ COFFEE
were made by the Se t xpenditure on increased tourist F Capitalism ind these dealt bat! ! ry : ~ |
Comraittee. accommodation would be, reck- with ur economic position and Cc. EDWARDS. | cert broadcasts in November. He is 85. 1 a


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_FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,

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1952



3 ON CONSPIRACY CHARGE Belleplaine Looks

_ Like A Small Town

3 WITNESSES
GIVE EVIDENCE

Rudolph Blackman, McField
Belgrave and Michael Gaskin,
were yesterday arraigned and
pleaded not guilty at the
Court of Grand Sessions be-
fore Mr. Justice-J. W. B.
Chenery to the charge of
conspiracy between February
29 and March 1. Three wit-
nesses gave evidence and the
case has been adjourned until
to-day.

The defendants are alleged
to have conspired to break
and enter the dwelling house
of Elon Evelyn, a shop keeper
and lime kiln owner of Golf
Club Road, Christ Church.

Belgrave is also charged on a
second count, attempting to break
and ehter the house on March 1.

Mr. L. A. Williams is appear-
ing for Gaskin, holding papers
for Mr, G. H. Adams. Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker is appearing for Black-
man, Belgrave is unrepresented,

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solici-
tor General is prosecuting for the
Crown.

Elon Evelyn said he carried on
businéss on Worthing View and
his shop was about 200 yards
from the house. On March 1 he
closed the shop about 10 p.m. and
15 minutes afterwards left for
home. He had money on him, the
proceeds from the shop and the
kiln, When he passed a guard
wall near the shop, he saw Gas-
kin and Blackman sitting on it,
They got up and followed him
as he went on towards home, On
reaching home, he saw Belgrave
standing near his gate. He went

’in the ‘house and left them out-

side,

Heard Knock

Soon after he turned off the
lights, he heard a knock at the
door and on going to it cautiously,
made sure that those outside
were two police. He had been
expecting them. He let them in
and they went out into the yard.
He remained in the house and
saw the three men go backward
and forward. After some time, a
man named Robert Frazer passed
and he called him. The two of

them were in the dining room
when Belgrave attempted to
open one of the windows. The

police came from the back yard
and arrested him.

Frazer said that he had just
returned from town that night
by the 11 o’clock bus and wad
passing by Evelyn’s home when
Evelyn called him, He was with
Evelyn in the dining room when

Belgrave attempted to enter
through a window and was
arrested.

Clyde Brathwaite, a butler of
Worthing View, said ,that two
days before Belgrave was
arrested for attempting to break
and enter, Gaskin came to him
and told him that they were plan-
ning to get some of Evelyn’s
money, and invited him to join
them. At that time there was
another chap named Flatts, but he
did not turn up on the Saturday.
At first he agreed that he would
go with them, but afterwards
thinking it would not be fair to
do that, he went and told the
Evelyns and the Police,

On the Saturday nisht, he was
about the guard wall with the
three defendants and when they
went on their mission, he kept
Belgrave’s shees for him, These
he afterwards gave to the Police.

When the hearing of the case
resumes todays, Mr. Brancker
will cross-examine Brathwaite.

TREE BRANCH +
DAMAGES CAR

Even the cool, shaded park-
ing lot in the courtyard of the
Public Buildings has its prob-
lems. Yesterday a limb from
one of the trees that stud the
parking lot, broke away obvi-
ously bécause it had rotted in
several places and landed on
the top of the Prefect car
M-912, the property of Mr.
H. N. Armstrong, Senior Cur-
rency Officer.

Sections of the roof of the
car were dented and the glass
of the rear window was brok-
en. No one was in the car at
the time of the incident.





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on the wharf. The front wheel of the cycle, which collided with
the right rear wheel of the lorry, was smashed.

Permanent W.I. Court Of
Appeal Recommended

THE ESTABLISHMENT of a permanent West Indian
Court of Appeal will now depend mainly on the expedi-



tion with which the various



Governments of the area deal

with the question, and the alertness of the Standing Com-

mittee of the Conference
Caribbean appointed at its

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker told the Advocate

Mr. Brancker returned here on
Wednesday night after attending
the Conference, and was the first
of the three barristers who rep~
regented Barbados to return, The
other two representatives wera
Mr, D. H. L. Ward and Mr. E. W.
Barrow who are still in Trinidad,

Mr. Brancker said that the
Conference recommended a pers
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal. The Conference sent
cables of their decisions to every
Bar Council and Government in
the West Indies for nec@ssary
consideration and consequential
action, When a Government has
to consider the proposals for a
permanent West Indian Court of
Appeal, the Government may
have to vote money in some in-
stances, or amend certain laws.

The Conference began on Mon-
day, August 25 and ended on Fri-
day 29. It had originally been
scheduled to last until today.

It was formally opened by
Major General Sir Hubert Rance,
G.C.M.G., G.B.E., C.B., who re-
turned to Trinidag from England
on the previous day.

Renvresentatives
The visiting representatives

‘were:—

Jamaica:—Mr. J. S. Cundall,
@.C., Attorney General, Mr, Basik
Rowe and Mr. Vivian Blake.

British Guiena:—Messrs E. V.
Luckhoo, E. T. Singh, P. A. Cum-
mins, L. M. F. Brunham and H. A.
Frazer.

Barbados: — Messrs J. E, T.
Brancker, D. H. L. Ward, and
E W. Barrow.

St. Lucie:—Messrs Garnet Gor-
don, C.B.E., Guy Mathurin and

A. M. Lewis.

St. Vincent: — Mr. Wendell
Forde.

Windward Islands: — Mr, C.

Henville, Attorney General.
Grenada: — essrs L. Hosten,
S. H. Graham, and G. Clynne.
Antigua:—Mr, S. T. Christian.
Dominica:—Mr, T. P. Georges.
Telegrams or communications
wishing the Conference well and
conveying excuses for unavoid-
sble absence were received from
both Crown Law Officers of Bar~
bados, the Attorney General and
Solicitor General, Dr. N. W. Man-
ley, Q.C., and Mr. Louis Wharton,
Q.C., Trinidad, who is at present
vacationing in England.

There was a unanimous de-
cision to recommend to the va-
rious Bar Councils and Govern-
ments of the British Caribbean,
a permanent West Indian Court
of Appeal, Mr, Brancker said.
This woulq be recruited from
outstanding persons who held
or hold high judicial offices in
the Caribbean, Queen’s Counsel
in practice in the United King-
dom or the British Caribbean,
and members of the outer Bar

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of Barristers of the British
recent meeting in Trinidad,

esterday.

of not less 15 years’ stand-
ing.

A minority of the Conference
was not in favour of making
appointments to the West Indian
Court of Appeal available ta
members of the outer bar.

Peripatetic Court

It was agreed that the perman-
ent West Indian Court of Appeal
would be a_ peripatetic Court,
holding its sittings in the colony
from which the appeals came.

The Conference decided that a
Law Library should be establish-
ed for such a Court,

Another matter dealt with was
the formation of a general Asso-
ciation of the Bar of the British
Caribbean. The Conference felt
that that should be formed and
should meet annually in a differ-
ent territory each year. Any per-
son who was called to the English
Bar would be eligible for member-
ship to such an Association, to-
gether with those who are now
permitted by law in St. Lucia to
practise as barristers, on payment
of an entrance fee and subscrip-
tions.

The Conference agreed that the
quatifications for practice at the
Bar in the British Caribbean
should be a call to the Bar in
England. :

A Standing Committee was ap-
pointed for the Conference, com-
prising Messrs H. O. B. Wooding,
Q@.C., Garnet Gordon, C.B.E.,
J. E. T. Brancker, S T. Christian,
P. A, Cummins, B. Rowe, O. W,
Forde, L. Hosten, Dr. Manley, with
Gaston Johnston, Q.C., President
of the Trinidad and Tobago Law
Bar Association as Chairman.

“In order to keep the Confer-
ence in being,” Mr. Brancker said,
“it was agreed that this Standing
Committee should continue to
carry on the work of the Confer-
ence until its meeting next year,
and where necessary, voting
would be done by correspon-
dence,”

The two Vice Presidents of the
‘Committee are Dr. Manley and
Mr. H. O. B. Wooding.

Three Committees
Three Committees were ap-
pointed to deal with the three
main topics, a permanent West
Indian Court of Appeal, a West
Indian Bar Association, and mat-
ters related to the Judiciary. The
Barbados representative on the
Committee to deal with the per-
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal,is Mr. E. W. Barrow, Other
members are: Messrs Cundall,
Frazer, Christian, Henville, Gor-
don, Forde, Wooding, Q.C.. T.
Georges and H. Hudson Phillips
of Trinidad.
The Barbados representative ap-~
pointed for the West Indian Bar
Association is Mr. J. E. T. Branc-

ker. Other members are: Messrs

J. A. Wharton (Chairman) P. T.
@ On page 8





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Belleplaine, St. Andrew

village now has the appear





, which years ago was only a
ance of a small town. Uniike

Holetown, all offices and institutions are situated near to

each other.

“Hans Christian

Anderson” Will
Soon Be Here

The Management of the Carib-

bean Theatres Limited have been
advised that Goldwyn's HANS
CHRISTIAN ANDERSON wil!

boon be ready for release, and as
soon as it arrives it will be on
show at the Bridgetown Plaza.

Mr, Robert C. Maroney, General
Manager of R.K.O. Radio Pic-
tures (Trinidad) Inc., in a letter
to Mr. R. N. W. Gittens quotes
from a cable received from Mr.
Reisman, Vice President in charge
of Foreign Cperations, in which
Mr Reisman tells of his impress-
tons of the film.

Mr. Reisman’s cable states: “I
attendad a preview at Santa Bar-
bara, California of Hans Christian
Anderson last night, a night that
will remain imprinted indelibly
in my mind for the rest of my life-
time, The thrill that I received
when I saw Snow White the first
time, the thrill when I saw Best
Years and the thrill when I saw
Joan of Arc will pale into insig-
nificance by comparison with my
reactions to the screening of Hans
Christian Anderson. I personally
feel it is the greatest commercial
motion picture we have ever had
the privilege of handling, and I
only hope we have the ability to
measure up to the quality of this
film, Start telling the world that
it is the greatest.”

“Golfito” Brings
36 Passengers

The Steamship Golfito
in this port yesterday
Trinidad on_ its
United Kingdom with 20 pas-
sengers for the island and 59
intransiits. The Golfito also took
36 passengers from here for the
United Kingdom.

The Golfite which has __ its
agents in Wilkinson & Haynes
left the same day. The passen-
gers who arrived here were:
Miss H. D. H. Bell, Miss P, M.
Bowen, Miss J. K. G. Bowen,
Mr, O. Forde, Mrs. N. Forde, Mr.
W. J. Francis, Dr. K. U. Inniss
Mrs. G. E. Inniss, Mrs. I, Johan-
son, Mrs. FE. M L. Paton, Miss
S. Paton, Miss C. Paton, Miss UG.
Jones, Dr. A. G. Reece, Mrs. M.
M. Reece, Miss A. A. Reece, Miss
M,. E. Reece, Mr. A. W. Smith,
Mrs’ B. Spencer, Miss C. A.
Spencer.



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from
way to the



Bus Passengers
Get Bumpy Rides

Passengers who. ride on buses
which pass Roebuck Street com-
plain of the “bumpy” rides which
they get when travelling on that
section of the road from Harrison
College to Harmony Hall.

The road has many undulations
on this section, and when vehicles
are travelling fast, passengers get
a most uncomfortable ride. The
experience is even worse in the
case of cyclists, and persons riding
on the cross bars of bicycles.

DR. GRANNUM
ACTING DMS.

Dr. J. P. O’Mahoney, Director
of Medical Services, left the
colony on Wednesday afternoon
by B.W.ILA. on a_ ten-day visit
to Trinidad. Dr. F. N. Grannum,
Medical Officer of Health, 1s
acting Director.

Dr. O'Mahoney will among
other things, observe at first
hand the progress of the B.C.G.
Vaccine Campaign which is be-
ing conducted in Trinidad. He
will also visit the new hospital
which was recently erected in
San Fernando,

JENKINS ROBERTS

TAKES RUM TO T°DAD

The Motor Vessel Jenkins Rob-
erts sailed yesterday afternoon
with a cargo of 700 cartons of
Rum for Trinidad,

From Trinidad the ship con-
tinues on to Nassau in the Ba-
hamas with a further shipment
of 250 barrels and 160 cartons of
of the same product.



On the square where the
Almshouse is situated, the Paro-
chial -Treasurer’s Office, Poor
Law Inspector's Office, Vestry
Rooms and Sanitary Inspectors’
quarters are located,

Not far away is the Belleplaine

Playing Field and Community
Centre. The Post Office and
Belleplaine Police Station are
enly about 380 yards away from

the Community Centre.

Farther away from the Play-
fing Field is part of a_ bridge
which reminds one that Barbados
once had its trains, This was the
old railway bridge and the East
Coast Road, if it is ever con-
structed, will pass through the
area where this bridge is at
present Situated

When Barbados had its railway

system Belleplaine was a _ ter-
minus.
* * *
Religious Service

When the Advocate visited the
St Andrew Almshouse on
Wednesday afternoon the inmates
were holding a religious service.
The service was being conducted
by Mrs. M. Jeffries and Mrs.
Lowe.

Every Wednesday morning Rev.
Woodroffe, Rector of the Parish,
administers Holy Communion to
inmates.

Alt present there are 23 inmates
in the Infirmary-—ten men, ten
women and three children.
There is only one isolation case,
The staff comprises the Matron,

Mrs, D. C. Cumberbatch, and
three nurses,

“Since the Old Age Pension
scheme has been _ introduced
there has been a_ considerable
decrease in the number of

patients in the infirmary”, Nurse
M. Thomas, Clinic and Maternity
Nurse, told the Advocate.

* * *

St. Andrew Almshouse plays
an important part in the com-
munieation system of St. Andrew,
The Telephone Sub-Exchange is

situated in the Almshouse and
this is operated by the Nurses,
This Exchange connects calls
to Bissex, Hagsatts, Brucevale,
the P.M.O’s residence and the
Almshouse,
a * a

New Nurses Quarters

Nurses at the St, Andrew Alms-
house are finding the new
Nurses’ Quarters, which was

officially opened last April, very
convenient,

The Quarters has three rooms
for nurses, a spacious dining
hall and a kitchenette, The single
rcom for Pay Ward inmates is
also situated in this building.

* * *

On Holiday

The Postmaster of St. Andrew,
Mr, Hope, is at present on six
weeks’ holiday. His wife, Mrs. V.}
Hope, is taking charge of the |
St. Andrew Branch Post Office
until he resumes duties.

Six postmen are attached to
this branch, Two walk around to
deliver their mail while the
remainder use bicycles,

, *

4H we

Repairing Road

At the lower part of Spring-
vale Road workmen are now
repairing the highway and build-
ing a guard wall. This road, in
many parts, is in a very bad
condition,

a * %

New Water Course

A new water ccurse is being
constructed at Lakes, St, Andrew.
This is being done to facilitate
the flow of water which comes
from the surrounding hills,

A few years ago Lakes Bridge
was completely washed away by
a strong current of water which
diverged from the regular course
and undermined the foundation
of the bridge.

* * *

Sea Eggs

Bathsheba and Cattlewash had
one of its best “sea egg days”
on Wednesday. Boats brought in
large catches of sea eggs.

There has also’ been
large catches of Snapper.

very



St. Joseph Round-Up

Bay’s Foot

PAGE FIVE



More U.S. Tourists Youth Camp Opers
In Britain At Morgan Lewis










é ~ Visitors fre the United States The first Youth Camp of the
Am utated riving in Great Britain during L@eward Islands Mission com-
\p July totalled 32,255, an increase menced at Morgan Lewis Thurs-
of 43 per cent, compared with day evening, August 28. There
rhs ear-old Ivan Garner of the same month last year, states are over thirty young people m
Horse Hill, was treated and ««- the British Travel and Holidays attendance. The Seventh-Day
tained at the General Hospital on Association. There was a record Adventist crganizatiow form
Wednesday «after a grass-cutting’ increase of 46 per cent. in Amer- weeks made plans whereby it has
machine injured one af his fec ican traffic in June, and the been , possible to actemmoadate
the injury was so Serious that 41 1444) number of American visi- these” young folk in tents in the
PIPDUPACION Was: KapoeEnery, ors for the first seven months open air. Among those addressing
Motor lorry O—209 owned f the year was 98,472, which is them has — eer - hia
Arthur Innis: of Vaughan’s Lan, 33 per cent. more than for the Parchment, youth lea er th
was destroyed by fire on Tuesday correspcnding period in 1951. Caribbean Union “a headquar-
night last on Easy Hall Road. ters in Trinidad. Pastor Perch~
. . * ment was in charge of the young
A portion of a house ow b -_ : people’s wok in the Leeward
Iris Downes of Gite an 25 LD. 8 Islands Mission pridr to his
burnt on Wednesday last. It wi appointment in the: Caribbean
reported that a lighted stove we Notifications of infectious dis- Union. Also in attendance is
accidentally knocked over by on: cases lor the month of August, Pastor A. A, Ward, secretary-
of the household, and the fi1),!952 were:—Enteric Fever 10, treasurer of the South Caribbean
begun there. It was quickly ex- Puberculosis 15, Conference.

tinguished by
district.

rdsidemts of th
o >

What Kind
Another strange fish was
covered in the Glenburnie are
on Wednesday evening last. Th

Of Fish?

is the second strange fish that we:



washed up on the East Coa:
during the week. This stran
Ugh is shaped like a dolphin, but

the head is extremely smal!
has a beak with its back-fins lil
a boat's sail.

A number of persons saw
fish, but could not determine wh:
kind it was. The fish had diso)
peared when residents visited ti
spot yesterday. A fisherman to
the “Advocate” that he is sure
was a “sail fish.”

.





Workmen are at present er
gaged in erecting a stone pine
stand in the Back-G distri
near Joes River, St. Joseph. T?

walls are already up and the
is expected to be completed di
ing this month.

Wedding
LEACOCK—BECKLES

The wedding took place yi
terday at St. Stephen’s Church o



Miss Tatiara Beckles of W

bury Road and Mr, Winston (
Leacock of Hope Bridge,

Lucy.

The ceremony was perforn

by Rev. Basil Ullyett, Vicar, wit
Mr, L. M. Gittens presiding
the Organ, The Bride was giy

in marriage by Mr. Ethelb«
Sealy while the bestman w;
Mr, John Blackman and Mi
Daphne Sealy was Maid of Ho:

our and the Misses Patsy Estwi

Gloria Haddock, Cecilia Beekl
and Judy Stoute were Brid
maids.

After the ceremony a recepti
was held at Hope Bridge,
Taicy



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‘ + a ‘ay, ‘ENOTYPIST ae Expe rienced Sten --=
is NEWS FLASH typist, apply to ‘Agency’ P.O om 3 | :

PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Hopkinson Assesses from All Quaroers:
| African Opinion

TN TIT











SALES

— | REAL ESTATE



U.S. May Help |
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TELEPHONE 2508

















DIED ; : * On Federati
RON, FOR SALE = = eee ee ration seat ;
moer 4, 1962, Adeile | scree “Sah lek Saeaeele Sa . ‘ u er LUXEMBOURGH, Sept. 2. |
x funeral leaves Tudor | eam [are een ae eee he See Peewee oe LONDON, “Aug. 20 The US
Bridge, St. Michael it 4.30 o'clock this} Chest Churet paxt of Clairmont) with M H Hopk : arn i ea re. ee “|
; hael at 4, loe outlet to Dayrells Road, and suitable for Mr. enry opkinson, Minis- e further step into the affai of
yen for Gill Me Church, a 3 ‘ : P e rs |
Siecs hiker ana thence to the Westin ’ AUTOMOTIVE jlaying out ay building lots ter of State for the Colonies, has Strike

Europe by holding a liaison wita |
Opinions during the
Northern Rhodesia

} Wil be offered for sale at the office
of the undersigned on Thursday the 11th
September, 1952, at 2 o'clock p.m.

Cemetery.
Elton Scott, Whitfield Greene
(nephews), Mrs Elaine Jordan,

earned golden

European coal and stee
his tour of

community better known as the



CAR-—New Consul car only done 6,000



Mrs. Delcina Smaii nieces). miles. Reason for selling owner leaving| Te Plan can be seen on appliestion toland Nyasaland to assess Afri- _ Capetown: Pligg nye °f Schuman Plan. The step will be
§,9.52—Inj island. Phone 4641 «sau dereigned CATFORD & €o {ean opinion on Federation with Makerere College, _ - tne. taken when William Draper,
I i saincstcenhissesceatiianeatbinpaicieaael 3.0.52—8n. Southern Rhodesia, Ability, tact Wy University College, © U.S. special representative in

THANKS CAR1) KAISER. One second bana} ———————--—_-_-_-—-—— -fand charm of manner he has in Started a hunger strike fo

plenty, but what particularly European ar They rene. = sha. humo pe MP —
impressed Africans was his in- Sttend lectures because “meet Jean Monet of France, who

sai ; «< +, present food is a_ se! oes -_ wilngee ‘ African dishes. The College is '* President of the community.

He owes much to his diplo- â„¢aintained by British taxpayers _, ith Dregne Oo ee aie an
hn thee training, *for he served 24 costs £150,009 a year, or £600 cial expert Ww. designated: chiet
under the Foreign Office fo: for each -hpamataacl * oa ced are om . te com-
twent ears, finall, as d ‘y. ‘ i Tomlinson will hav
high Ge bie iL Italy. Had Vienna: Austrian children writ- munity. the

aH 7 task of reporting the
he stayed on he was a certain ing to friends abroad will be able the community to


QIBBS—The Gibbs family desire throuxhgtion, apply Barbados Agencies, telephone |teched 22 x 12. Situated at Brighton,

this medium to thank all those who 4 5.9.52 | Black Rock. Dial 0155,

sent ‘wreaths, attended the fumeral, Of cee ee
in any other way expressed sympathy CAR—1088 14-6 Model Vauxhall, 3 2¢w | -—————————

with them In their recent sad be-[ tyres. Good condition. Cheap, Phone} “AND-—A spot of land approx. “i

reavement 2959 before 4 p.m. 5099 after 4. perches in Belle Gully Rud., oppos:te
+ 5.9.52—) For particulars phone 2921

3.95%
IN MEMORIAM CAR-Plymouth 5 passenger Car 1048

aaa model in perfect condition. Done onl. “SEA BEAUTY”—on St. James coast,
19,000 miles. Phone R. S Nicholls 4 miles from town. Three large bedroons,
Office, 3925. Home 8657. running water in each room, servant

3.9.52—\/.n,|Toom, ete. Inspection between the hours

3.9.52—4m | Radcot











husband Rev. C. Rice who fell asleep













in Jesus gn September 5, 1951. 0. ot 730-890 am, and 4-6 p.m. Contectlambassador, but his ambitions t? US¢ @ special stamp issued by
3 loved th im well, eet zeae ee h’ CAR—Austin A70. Very good conditidu,|J EB. Samuel, Fitts Village, St. James. abe in ‘olities ~*. s = abled the Austrian post office “to foster States ie gy He er
dexe ike nA Chilton, Gnd othr | ane Some te sume lackey parse See O5,000. see" I with his c: . close relationship between Aus- ¢ventually called upen -
ee one Williams at 3006 and 95251 or apply as wi is career and the gamble jinn and foreign school children”, "commend America to help
relatives. Ts. A. * 5959, |Jehovah Jirah, St. George. came off. Leaving the Diplo- };° i, inscribed “International What President Monet to-day
3.9.52-t.f.n AUCTION matic Service in 1945, he became Gpijdren’s Correspondence” rag called “the birth of Europe”.
F@n BRENT GARS—ONE (1) Ford ZEPHER 2,500 Sieber Om head of the Conservative Party Schuman Plan officials realized



Secretariat until the 1950 elec- “°Picts a smiling, pig-tailed girt.

tion offered him a chance of @ 7 rove that the community wa:
seat in Parliament. Since then Wellington: ‘The price of beef 2° Gi 3 y

, , on the hoof touched an Auckland @ °ing concern before any dol-
a ee _ -— Ppp re record this week when a subur- 8° @id would be a dgpnary ns
S, ax eve iS ban butcher bought a prime steer This was made further eviden'



ONE (1) Hillman Minx 1951 Mode! that they would first have te

ONE (1) SM_1.800 Singer Car, *
CHAMPIO. ME
1940 Model. Apply to REDMAN & HAMMER

7 On Tuesday 9th by order of the Exec:i-
TAYLOR'S GARAGE UT cea {tors to the Estate of the late Miss El:ic

St. John, we will sell the Furniture at

HOUSES UNDER THE SILVER

|one as good as new.
BUNGALOW—To An Approved T:

Excellent Street.
For further particulars: Ap Seen



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ee = nen erence tt A TE

















Mombasa possessed an open slave
market and she herself selected
new slaves there. She also remem-

‘I pressor. Suitable for spray painting eie.| vices, Glass Ware, Ornaments,
Bungalow Bayfield Beach, St. Peter neor} Cali 4559. 5.9.52—n,|Ruas, Congoleum, ‘Simmons Single Be-
es -~—- - _ stende, Springs and Mattresses; Linen

RADIOS—One 6-Tube Philips Tavie|Press, Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Chest

sias and Nyasalanc! have a Eure-
pean population which has mace
its home there.

Coal Miners













federation, if it came, would pers capture.
unnoticed. As one chief wrote to
his District Cornmissioner “I

Utensils, Garden Hose; and many oth«r
items of interest.
Sale 11.30 O'elock

A 10-day “memorial” aolida)
ended to-day for 475,000 union

|
—UP. |
|
|
|

“MALTA"—-Cattlewash, For October,



_ LIVESTOCK

TERMS CAS it



ized hard and soft coal miner:.
Harriman & Co. 6.9.62 in] | COW-Holstein Cow, 24, pts, por «tay eer & CO-Trear 1 am federated. I suppose De Gasperi Will = Members of the United Min-
OFFICES Beat | eh 84,8,62—4n, |5.9.52—2n, my work goes on as_ before’ Workers of America started rc-

The Chief Native Commissioner







Not Join Reds

of Southern Rhodesia





taking » new wife. “You do n
know what she is like until you

Treadie Machine practically new. Reason month is over.

QUEEN'S COLLEGE ROME, Sept. 1.






























collaboration of either the Com-
. Re munists or the neo-Fascists.
To Britain De Gasperi, in a speech at the ing Lewis’ position
small northern city cl Predazzo talks with
LONDON, in the Tribentine region where
Twenty-five Colonial students, he is vacationing, said on Sun-
newly arrived in England, re- gay: “We have already tried

CLEANSING DRENCH for helping to
expel the “After-birth” or “Cleansiag™
from Cows, Ewes, Sows and Goats.
Price 2/- hox, Knight's Ltd. 4,9,52—Un,

eee

DUNLOPILLO MATTRESSES At
bargain prices. Surplus stock of 3 i!
end, 3 ft 3 ims offered (for spot cash
sales only) at $48.58 and $52.00 each re-



tons off the _ nation’s

NOTICE

All persons and business places haviig
accounts against the parish of St. Luey
eve recuested to send in same made up t
the Sist August, as soon as possible. And
in future to send in accounts monthly.

Kindly send all accounts to the under-

Investors Get
Tax Privileges

KINGSTON, J’ca,, Aug. 31
In a_ move to attract capital













in contra:

U.M.W. contract













from Canada and New Zealand| spectively, Strictly limited number for| signed. cently began the first of the six collaborate with the Commu- ;
for investment in the develop-| disposal BUY NOW, HARRISON'S, F. A. GREAVEs (Church-warden) | ‘/iroduction to Britain” courses nina and left-wing Socialists and agreements with southern
thent of Jamaica, the govern-| Broad St. Dial 424 Sr nae Fair Mount, St, Ley... [in London, but have foume a lhck of demic. SCC: .Cperatores ene - Aampene:
ment has subscribed to a double] Fever MIXTURE FOR DOGS — (or|— piven The courses are being held at cratic understanding Moreover, "Un out en September 30.—U.%*.
taxation.relicf convention where-| reducing the Temperature in Fevertsn NOTICE King’s College Hall, London, the have rejected solidarity
by profits earned in Jamaica by | Complaints, and particularly in the early Object of the courses is to keip y § ty

Offers in writing will be received up
to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, Sth Septem?»
1952 by COURTESY GARAGE. Wh
Park Road, for One (1) 1838 VAUXHALL
14/6 Saloon damaged by Fire. Inspect on
at premises.

stages of Distemper. Price 1/6 bot.
Obtainable at Knight's Lid

Egyptians Set Out
On Channel Swim

the Colonial student to feel at With the West. Aa
home on his first trip to England, 4S regards the neo-Fascist
and to give him information about Patty, who with the support of
details of everyday living in the rightists Monarchist Party,

persons and companies of Canada
and New Zealand are no longer
liable to income tax in Jamaica
and also in the Dominion supply-

In the NUMERICAL TELEPHON



- : ean DIRECTORY all Telephone Numbers a: 2.9.52—4n ade important gains in this and 2
ing the capital. Tax will be paid]; n?P Pe —'|take part in the courses. ma po} gi CALAIS, France, . 2.
in one vountry only. 4 oS eee ee nee’) 52—C NOTICE Amongst the students on the last year’s administrative elec- The teenage gyptian s ers

; aes —C.P
Pact Proposed Between
- Yugosilay Greece |
And key

: BELGRADE, Sept. 4.

Greer Premier Nicholas Plastiras
proposed a _ co-operation | pact
among Yugoslavia, Greece and
Turkey. In an interview with
visiting Yugoslav newspapermen
in Athens, Greek Premier Daid
said he was ready to reach «9
agreement with Marshal Tito. |

said Balkan security would be
ensured when Yugoslavia, Greoce
«ad Turkey were bound in frien !-
chip Khe.

Offers in writing will be received up first course are some from Malaya. tions, De Gasperi said that col- Mustapha Dawoud and Mahmoud

to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, Sth September
1952 by Courtesy Garage, White Pavk
Rond, for One (1) 1948 AUSTIN 8 05
Lorry damaged in accident, Inspection at
premises. 2.9,52—4n

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ie
ASSURANCE SOCIETY
LOST POLICY

Kathleen Braithwaite, the Executrix of
the late Christopher Augustus Brith.
waite, having made sworn deposition
that Poliay No. 14,400 on the life of the
seid Christopher Augustus Braithwaite
has been lost, and having made applica-
tion to the Directors for the payment of
the monies due under the same.

NOTICE is hereby given that unless
any objection is raised within one monih
of the Cate hereof, the sald Policy manies
asked for will be paid.

eel epecipnmnniaaryeiainnnmnnieratieniannemiatiaeneas-
Mild Steei Plates—3/#, 5/16, ‘4, 3/15
vx & 1/8, 1/16 — x & tow x Y
uto Tyre Co., Trafalgar un)
3.8, 52—t.f)

a pcan nnn
SPECIAL BUY—Men's Shirts — For the
big man — for the smal) man — &-%
1s to 17% -— Now only $4.19 each ;
for $12.00. Regularly $4.75 each
PASHION HOUSE, 36, Swan Str
3.9,.52-—411
a
SUBSCRIBE now to the Daly
Telegraph, England's leading Duiiy New
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only a few days after publication 11
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The NUMERICAL TELEPHON &
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Tanganyika, Keny Uganda, sible.”——-U.P.
Trinidad and British Guiana. :

Discussions will be held on the
British transport system, living

their first attempt to swim the







English Channel. Two French
$ j girls,

costs, accommodation, rationing, Nepali Congress names, embraced the two Egypt~
. ians just before they entered the

be shown and the students will Will Suspend
visit places of interest in London. Hassam, 18 an Alexandria stu-
and Dawoud 19, a radio

companied by their
U.N. Wiuld a CALCUTTA, Sept. 1. Colonel Sabry and the Secretary
mittee on Sunday ratified the aij hafshak who is controlling
Welcome ation Shafs

who refused to give their
restaurants and health, Films will
water.
FP, S dent
vn , Ex-Pr enuer employee from Cairo, were ac-
all-Nepal Congress Com- of the Egyptian Swimming Feder-
f . .
Korean Armistice





Premier Matrika Prasad Koirala running as the Egyptians and their
and two other former Congress pilot boat “Yankee” pulled away









[aE 24(} Roberts & Co. and at the Colonial Ady By Order Ministe: tr ‘ ber- ¢ the shore
We AE tistng Co. (Barbados) Ltd., James S C. K, BROWNE, ; inisters ‘om active member- from h rt
i) MAVE YOU EVER WISHED Pelee ne 2.9,52—4 Secretary. UNITED NATIONS, sie of the Nepali Congress for UP.
{ HOT WATER irae reais Sn eee ce eres New YORK, Sept. 2. three years. casi coal Nae calla
Use the NUMERICAL TELEPHON } 2 Ee ‘
i Tr the turn of a DIRECTORY to identify the owner-ef til s U.N. Secretary-General Try- The Committee turned down RUSSIA AND RED CHINA
( AP to vour SHOWER, Telephone Numbers left on your ces” Public Official Sale gve Lie said that public opinion Matrika Prasad’s request for HASIZE UNITY
i! BATH. WASH BASIN, paneer : — of most of the United Nations appointment to the sub-committee EMPHAS:
i et SINK “Win ine NUMERICAL TELEPHON:;| (THe Prevent Mbrshal's Act wot} vould enthusiastically welcome ito consider the dispute between
nee a DIRECTORY any Telephone Number os) 4 | ' a Korean armistice arranged ap-'him and the Congress working C
ae eee gesily ve traced to the party Goecine’. ogg? Rrigay the oth day of September} oximately on the basis of tuc committee, All efforts to reconcile Tung and Prime Minister Stalin
At Your GAS SHOWROOM Nn ne | MteHHOON Will be sold at my office to the foresent battle lines. ‘the Koirala brothers heading two cf Russia emphasised Russian-
ak We have in stock “Kurbicura" — | highest bidder for any sum not untert Im the annual report of the Opposing Congress groups earlier Chinese unity in the face of
Neen os =, S ~ ae ets Windaalle fan en” menanse i" All that certain piece of Land contain- J United Nations General Asseni- failed. The Nepali Congress deci- “threats of new aggression in a
EE | Horses, and big knees in cattle. Price 4'- ing by admeasurement 1,5 Square FectJoly, which convenes here on¢sion evidently lends a new lease Far East” as they exchinged
saree box. KNIGHT'S LTD, |*!tuste at Kensington Tenantry in Parisi Foiober i4, Lie said that the of life to King Tribvvan’s direct greetings on the seventh anni-



of Saint Michae! butting and bounding



on lands of Leotta Grimth, on a privaicfcepeated disappointments at the administration through his «ad- versary of the Second World













. .
i * ad way called “Rock Gap”, , th pr en Ae Oe" ; ; 9
Rurricane Precaution WANTEM ies ek tar ceed Sealeatec’ Spee ae See Camaunticds,, Shave, VA Sn op, War Victory over Japan 9.
T ‘ and on another private road calledgsiven rise to impatience, resen'- 2.
HINT No 13 RE “Kensington New Road", or howeverf{ment, and doubt.” Most of the £4£60896500505S9090S 200000"
* HELP else hy ne may abut and bound, ap-Freactions would disappeay, : soreeUn eR neon reee ee ee 20
ime as folio
a Pete as =i renter tte The whole land to FouRPadded if the truce talks were 4

AFTER A HURRICANE Yl rds ANT amend bY, Barbas KUNDRED | AND EIGHTY miaat | ruccesstul OP. ’ HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No.5





DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. ($488.50)



take charge of Information Bureau, 3








Do not drink water well Airport A knowledge of ivping Ana dew axdn: citistentions hie, ee St Ridi ul . IN A HANDY PLACE.
r nd Spanish desirable, Applicatic in N.B.—-25 % sit to be pali ee , :

\ without boiling until the eit ngs oe Picicnsen” Rete ts Lee Deposit to be paid on day Fy” evenson 1a1c es ‘ These can be obtained from - - - y
authorities say it's safe Publicity Committee, P.O, Hox 4 : T. T. HEADLEY, © $ >
to drink. Neer ee sommes | Taft-Hartley Act $$ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

2.21 S$ GENERAL SERVANT | ———-— a el ee 7
ee 4.9,52.—2n 4) | Must have good references. Mrs, Lionel MICHIGAN, Sept. 1. 13 NAILS at 30c. per Ib.

I | fT vor, “Cranky, Noow",’ Hastings, | LOST & FOUND Governor Adlai Stevenson aici S HAMMERS at $1.63 each.

chit nedsoabaadh ; on Monday that the Taft-Hartley



OLA OL L ALLS

















Act should be junked in favour
of “a completely new labour law,







LOST and chided General Dwight D. i
“cuisuet || wecmaaees ” |-sae-maees te a Set ee BARBADOS POLICE "

POSTAGE STAMP eel

ONE Liquor License, contact Che



——_—_—- No. 2002 on leg. Reward offered Diolftion” in American foreign policy.



aa



CATALOGUE 1953

°M4, Gordon Proverbs, Navy Garden



The Democratic Presidentia!



KEEP A FEW POUNDS OF NAILS AND A HAMMER

















































































PARTI ma tne corner Marshall Crh oa u a 3.9 s 1p candidate, in an energetic Labour {
BRITISH EMPIRE q g Day speech for Michigan votes Y R ® Pp li A 2 t
Complete = said that the new Congress in ou ulre Police ssistance
Vargo American Caug hii January should start afresh anc eq
* ts pe ° write a new law giving tix
;. JOHNSON'S =f; Defying Freneh {president power io. seize ‘inau- You See or Hear Anything
NER ee . n cases of national emer-
5 An Forse Ate on gee Ban On Rafts [er rere eae vey Bae which arouses Your
= oe aed and the General Public that ‘ . wes i
s ions my Office will be closed fot MARSEILLES, Sept, 1. lawing jurisdictional strikes and tte
" ” Vacation from September 8th A coast guard patrol boat on}on boycott, suspicions,
. wid will be reopened on Monday night cut short the —U.P. \{
n » September 29th. rae: by eee Ridhard | .
} ‘be See sa ines er to sail his homemade ravt '
ere BAY LEY Ken Tooki” to Africa in defiance In Touch With Barbados You have any information
ps ee of the French ban." Miller and] Coastal Station hich ol | di
_ i : our crewmen slipped out of Mar- ‘able a reless (W.T.) Limited od i
> gaa eilles on the raft before dawn to] Wit, the gaiewung” sips. through thes wre eae
“ circumvent the rench order] parbados Station:— - :
« ea or rafts a menace to M a Vigrid. ws Tshay. s. Merchant, ate assistance to the Police
i shipping. A speedboat was sent out esi, $.8: Binkom, A., 8.8. Tachira,
. i: %~ The Officers & Members ifter- it and coast guard vessels |°:5. 0° Crase, 3.3. Antrope ot
I se ds Wee * r of the were alerted. The craft was finally der, 9.0. AMmtrétor, 5.5. Imbern
ADVOCATE’S SOCIAL CLUB @/ hy i l Under the Patronage of owe ot ie : pore port 14 mile AiSsbings wee Galea, . pe Carhaee
. KD he Hon, V. C. Gale, “M.LC

Renta ne: gatpedon aie, hobeioun
, invite you to theit
> ) A N en
SCONES jf, DANCE N pour {i} NOTICE |
* 2 at the \
N13 vovonreek DRM WALL SHANTON | POULT |
3c. Each { , on SRA TAFFETA { The Public are invited to drop
MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH } in at, the COSMOPOLITAN CLUB {
er { OCTOBER, 1952 { Lovely Quality — Eleven Modern }
‘ ‘ 4 v. (Bank-holiday) Shades 36 inches wide ) and RESTAURANT, Bay Street
ANBADE! 18 as Siok per yard
. a 8 i awe by | i i where delicious Chinese and }
AKLRBIES Th i ® 5 i erie vee. FLOWERED SHEER } Creole Foods are served Dally |
2 SUBSCI Ne it 3/- Oth a ff = io eas :
Dial 4758 uy Dancing fom 9 pm 5 hea ace Be ot Sees
are erprrrT ( Lickets not Transferabl 35} wide — $1.19 & S139 per yard ii A 1 Chinese Chef, Dia! 42
% VIE ; )
At q} Dress Optional 3 i) -MIRPALANI, 82 Swan Street, | Reservations 5.9.52—-2n



——

PODDLVPOSDEPAS MHHY

‘ —

abov?!\t.s. ORANJESTAD 9th September, 1952
ground suply of coal, strengthen- | SAMLING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO

‘“"*1 M.S, STENTOR Sth September, 1952
the operators. te: 3.8. COTTICA 2nd September, 1952
with northern) ey ASSOCIATION (INC.)

ae ie Tih con 6 ss ;
operators end: on September 21 | SAlNG TO TRINIDAD AND Cx RACS ‘

‘© under Lewis’ cancellation orde> |xz's
S.P, MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., 4
Agents,



CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR
Hong Kong, Mauritius, Nigeria, laboration with them is “impos- Hassam struck off from nearby | LADY RODNEY

CANADIAN CHALLENGER
Cape Gris Nez at 17.12 G.M.T. in eS dog

CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR?



party decision to suspend ex- the swim. A heavy swell was $S969S56S9S9 FFT ISSSSOC





%
:
$
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MOSCOW, Sept. 3.
Communist China’s Mao Tze-
.







JOHN M. BLADON & Co. |

"Phone 4640 -t-

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952






Use ‘ Mentholatum’ Balm to
heal Sore and Cracked Skin,
Rashes and Roughness. Use
* Mentholatum ° daily. It is so
simple to use. You just RUB
IT ON. * Mentholatum * makes
your skin soft and smootl: and
keeps it clear. * Mentholatum ’
is good for ALL Skin troubles.
As it coois it soothes, As it
soothes it relieves. As it
relieves it heals. Quick—get a
jar or tin to-day.

ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM

AND



Made Only By
The Mentholatum Co. Ltd.,
(Est. 1889) Slough, England.

Nia di ele Waele

turning to the pits in an atmo:-
phere of pessimism. Many be-} Ss
lieved that there would be ar



SPIES 9S re FU FOS/ F9SOIDISOO,

The U.M.W. President John L. ROYAL NETHERLANDS ;

opposite Roya) Theatre. Best sea bathinu.| Apply Victor A. D. Preacod, Howell's j Premi i Py: ri’s : .
Garage attached. Week-ends and holi-| Cross Rd. Near ivy Rd,, St. Michael Queen's College has a staffing vacancyg?Ve lived with her”. oe eee = Gasperi’s Lewis ordered a 10-day lay-oti STEAMSHIP CO. The M.V. CARIBBEE will ac-
days accepted. Phone 8401, 5.9.52—+t.{.n. $.0.42~1n for @ Graduate in Mathematics, for Jen aera Democratic Party in- to pegin on August 23 as a trib- cept Cargo aba: Passengers» tor
Scene _.- | uary, 1953. tends to campaign for next 31 SAILING FROM BUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat.
vp pAppligetions should be made to tha Courses Introduce year’s general elections with a — a a ee eee $.S. COTTICA 5th September, 1952 Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday,
C dian-N. Zealand MISCELLANEOUS tleulars may be obtained, on or beferc Col. ° 1 , bloc that will maintain solidarity . seyen months period. MS. NERSILLA 20th Septenaber, 1982 ea
Wa have in atotk> ~..” Tig FO SF BOTT TOR a st onial Students ith the West and refuse ihe “ pe shut-down sliced 1,000,00)| AUS: BONAIRE 3rd October, 1962. The M.V. “MONEKA" will ac-

SATLING TO EUROPE cept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat.
Nevis and St. Kitts

AND BRITISH GUIANA Date of Sailing to be notified
B.WA. SCHOONER OWNERS’
NESTOR 38rd October, 1952

HERA 15th September, 1952
HERSILSA 13th October, 1952

Consignee, Tele, No, 4047

OPO AMD OOSE OBEN





Canadian-National Steamships



SOUTHBOUND
Sails Salis Sally Arrives Salis
Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbedes

29 Aug 31 Aug. — 10 Sep.
2Sept. 6 Sep: 8Sept. 17Sept. 18Sept
12 Sept. 15 Sept. - 24 Sept. ‘

iN 22. Sept 26 Sept, 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oc.
OkTHBOUND

Â¥ Arrives Arrives
Halifax Montreal

9 Oct 13 Oct.

aceives Sails Arrives
iatbades Barbados Boston
25 Sep. 28 Sept.

LADY RODNEY 30 Sept. 2 Oet 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
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PAGE EIGHT

rommonwealth XI In Commanding Position

Headley, Rickards Add
115 For Third Wicket

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 4.

THE END of the second day’s play in the Festival
Match at Kingston saw the Commonwealth in a com-
manding position in their match against the England XI.

Resuming at their overnight total of 143 for 2 wickets,
they carried the score to 344 for 6 declared and by close
had captured 5 England second innings wickets for 177.

The foundation of the Com-
monwealth score was an all-Ja-
maican third wicket partnership
of 115 between Headley and Ric-
kards. Rickards with his some-
what adventurous style cleaving
vicious arcs through the air with
his powerful strokes contrasted
greatly with Headley who seem-
ed almost to lean on the ball and
with no apparent effort send it
purring to the boundary. But
both provided the spectators with
much enjoyment, and both were
of immense value to their side.

In Trouble

Just when the spin attack had
been tamed Howard called for
the new ball and: immediately
both batsmen were in trouble
against Gladwin and Jackson. It
came as no surprise when Rick-
ards after a lucky snick through
slips for four off Gladwin was
ceught there off the next ball for
69. Headley after surviving a
further 20 minutes during which
he scored six runs followed when
he was palpably lbw to Jackson
when two short of his century,

A neat innings of 37 by the
young Oxford player Dowding
followed by an unbroken seventh
wicket partnership of 61 in 45
minutes between tihe Australians
Pettiford and Tribe in’ which
both used the long handle to
good purpose enabled Barnett to
declare at half past three.

England once more have Ken-
yon to thank for a good propor-
tion of their runs. This _after-
noon he followed his first innings
95 with a well earned 81.

Dropped

When he had scored only 17
Kenyon was dropped in the slips
off McCarthy, The South African
bowler looked and must have
felt disappointed at this. But it
was nothing to how he must have
felt later. For after coasting
steadily to his 50 Kenyon went
berserk when McCarthy came on
for his second spell and hooked
him four times to the boundary
in this first over. In half hour the
score rose by 50. Thus revenge
was all the sweeter for McCar-
thy when he bowled Kenyon with
the last ball of the day. Fishlock
who after a shaky start settled
down to play some nice shots is
still there with 37.

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England — First Innings

269 (Kenyon 05, Tribe 4 for 63)
Second Innings

Kenyon b McCarthy 2 81
Brookes oc & b Tribe ‘ Ww
Ikin ¢ Barnett b Ramadhin 20
Gibb ec Carnett b Tribe 2
Poole ¢ Bowding b Ramadhin 10
Fishleck not out 37

Extras 10

Total for 5 wickets 177

Commonwealth — First Innings

Livingston c & b Jackson - 12
Headiey |.b.w. Jackson . 98
Worrell ¢ Gibb b Sims ... 35
Rickards c Jackson b Gladwin 69
Bowding lb.w. Ikin 37
Pettiford not out 54
Barnett c Gibb b Ikin ll
Tribe not out 24

Extras . 14

Total (for six wickets decl'd) 354

Cricket Is Too

Solemn

MELBOURNE.

“Cricket has become far too
solemn,” Dr. Herbert Evatt, leader
of the Opposition and vice-presi-
dent of New South Wales Cricket
Association, said this when he
made a statement on the issues
behind the case of Sid Barnes
which has become a national issue
in Australia.

“We must always remember
cricket, even Test cricket. is only
a game and not war, and there
must always be room in it for fun
and humour and exuberance of
spirit.

“Barnes has always brought «
touch of boisterousness as well
as genius to the cricket arena,

“His long and courageous fight
to clear his name will be good,
not only for cricket but all manly
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port,

“The cricket public will be gla¢
to know he had throughout the
support of such sportsmen as
Bradman and many others, as wel!
as the New South Wales Assacia-
tion.”

New South Wales is leading a
movement for a sweeping reform
of the Board of Control,
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LONDON.

German boxing promoters are
anxious to match European cham-
pion Heinz Nehaus against the
British and Empire heavyweight
title holder, Johnny Williams in
Dortmund on September 21 for a
purse of £6,000. This would be

split 60—40 with Williams, as
challenger, geting the smaller
share,

But there is one important fact

which the Germans appear to
have overlooked.

Last October in Dortmund,
Williams was awarded no more

than a draw after handing Nehaus
a boxing lesson. That was bad
enough. But even worst is the
fact that 10 months later the Ger-
man promoters have not yet
handed Williams his full purse
money.

The Williams contract was for
£1,500 in sterling but up to the
present Manager Ted Broadribb
says he has had only £875 in
dribs and drabs. This means there
is still £675 owing.

Three times Broadribb has been
to Germany and has spent nearly
£1,000 in trying to get things
squared up. All he has had to
show for his trouble are a few
letters written in German which
cost him about ten shillings each
to have translated.

Now all the correspondence has
been handed over to the Board of
Control who have been asked to
take up the matter officially.

Williams is willing to fight
Nehaug again, this time for the
European championship, but not
before he has been paid what is
owing to him. And if the Germans
don’t mend their ways and pro-
vide the missing cash there is
likely to be a first-class flare up
with Williams's interests being
looked after officially by the
British Boxing Board ot genwrol.

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Challenges
Trinidad

‘From Our Ow, Correspondent)

KINGSTON,

Jamaica's golf enthusiasts have
become interested now that it has
been announced by the Jamaica
Golf Association that an_invita-
tion had been sent to Trinidad
asking that colony to send a team
here in November or December
this year for an_ intercolonial
ournament,

Trinidad, however, has not yet
replied to the invitation but offi-
cers of the Association feel. that
the challenge will be accepted
and that the cream of talent in
both colonies will face each other
this year on the Constant Spring
18,

Local comment is that Jamaica
today is in a strong position in
Caribbean Golf, despite the un-
deniable top-class of many mem-~-
bers of Trinidad’s St. Andrew
Golf Club, Leslie Ward, current~
ly Jamaica’s medal-play cham-
pion, was for many years king-
pin at St, Andrew.

Trinidad has been asked to send
8 players who would compete in
match and medal-play against a
local team.

Davis Cup

The Jamaica Lawn Tennis As-
sociation is paying serious con-
sideration to preparation for the
future BWI efforts in the Davis
Cup, A four-man Davis Cup Cell
of the Junior Lawn Tennis Club
has been named to begin early
training under veteran Brandon
Trophy captain, Donald Leahong.

The four named are Gordon
Ince, Peter Philips, Al-Jamaica
Junior triple ohampion, Andrew
Bloomfield and Ron Cooper. The
programme includes the roping in
of Eddie Aris, now acknowledged
B.W.1. No. 1, and so form a five-
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THE CAPTAINS of Harrison College winning Basketball teams are
here pictured displaying their trophies soon after they had been pre-
sented them by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Alfred Savage after
two presentation matches at the ¥Y.M.P.C. last night. Left, the captain
of the First Division team, and right, the captain of the Second Div-
wa team. Winners of the Knock Out competition was College Old

joys.

Governor Presents

Basketball Trophies

After two presentation
night, His Excellency the

matches at the Y.M.P.C., last
Governor, Sir Alfred Savage

presented trophies to the captains of the winning teams of
the Basketball Competitions. The Cup winners were, Har-
rison College of both First Division and the second, for the
League Cup, and Harrison College Old Boys of the Knock

Out Competition.

Harrison College tied with
Carlton in the First Division § in
the number of games won in the
League Competition, but had a
better goal average. The College
Second Division team also won
by goal averages, They tied
with Police and Boys’ Club in the
number of matches won.

Last night’s presentation
matches were, Harrison College
vs. a picked “team and Harrison
College Old Boys vs. Carlton,
The picked team won 24—18 and
Carlton beat College Old Boys

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Georges, r. A. Cummins, B. Rowe,
G. A. Mathurin and S, H, Graham.

The Barbados member appoint-
ed to consider relative matters o!
the Judiciary is Mr. D. H. L, Ward.
Other members are: Messrs A, M.
Lewis, V. O, Blake, L. M. Burn-
ham, G. Clynne, E. Clarke, R.
Budri Rankeesoon, P. T, Georges
and S. T, Christian.

Mr. Brancker said that on the
second day of the conference, Mr.
Wooding in a two-hour address,
ably put the case far a perman-
ent West Indian Court of Appeal.
Mr. Wooding expressed the view
that the establishment of a per-
manent West Indian Court of
Appeal would be the first step to
the establishment of a Federal
Court as envisaged by the Rance
Report.

Practice at the Bar

Mr, Wooding remarked that
Judges who had not had the ben-
efit of actual practice at the Bar,

did not grasp with the same ease. '

He asked members of the
ference to think regionally
not parochially.

He said that when he found so
much back biting and intrigues
foing on among the people sup-
posed to be establishing this West
Indian Federation, then, “I say,
let somebody else get on and put
some of the foundation down,”

Mr. Wooding summed up thea
three main reasons for a perman-
ent comprehensive West Indian
Court of Appeal as:

(a) There is present need fo‘
such a Court independent ot
the duties and personalities
of the nisi prius judges.

It would be the natural and
necessary preparation for the
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Besides His Excellency,
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headmaster of HarrisOn Collegé,

and Mr, R. M, Cave, were among
the large number who attended.

Mr. Cave in his introductory re-
morks before the Cups
presented said that College had
made an achievement in carrying
off both League Cups.

The matches were not the best
seen this season, Players played
without much spirit, doubtless,
nsainly beeause nothing was at
stake,

Federation of the area,
It would tend to and afford a
uniform body of functional
judgments and, learning of
the highest authority and
prestige subject to review
only by the Judicial Commit-
tee of Her Majesty’s Privy
Council.

Mr. Brancker said that tribute
sNiould Be paid to the two who did
most to bring to life the Confer-

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ence,—Mr. Wharton and Mr,
Wooding.

Goodwill
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Conference, Sir Hubert Rance
sald that with a Caribbean Bar
Association, lawyers would be

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JOHN SAVIDGE

LONDON.

ATHLETICS WAS, for a long time, the poor relation
in British sport, and, dividing it into two spheres, field
and track, the field events came a bad second. Thus can
be judged their standing amongst sports followers in
Britain. ,

This state of affairs has ended. Just as runners like
Roger Bannister, Chris Chataway and Gordon Pirie have
made Britain athletics conscious, the field events too have

produced a champion.
te is John Savidge, holder of
sinki, Bill N : the British and Empire weight-
ankeville and Len putting records. Seldom has one
man ever done so much for any

Eyre.
BOXING i i
_. particular sport in one country as
JERSEY JOE WALCOTT will this burly 6ft. Zin. Royal Marine

defend his heavyweight _ title

: - ° sergeant.
fees Rocky Marciano in Phil- efore he came along, a putt of
adelphia on September 23. As fifty feet was just a dream of the

Walcott will receive fe > s of this event
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LONDON.

J. BARTHEL, of Luxembourg,
winner of the Olympic 1,500 metres
‘title, will run in the mile race at
the White City in a floodlight
meeting on September 10. Rogei
Bannister, who was fifth in the
Olympie 1,500 metres, and D.
MeMillan, who was also a finalist
at Helsinki, have both been in-
vited. Others who are scheduled
to appear are Chris Chatawav.
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8 % sett eee only by name. performed extremely creditably to —
GOLF But John, together with coach gain sixth place. Recommended for:
HARRY BRADSHAW (Port- Geoff Dyson, soon changed that. At the ag Dyspepsia * Heartburn
t ge of twenty- an
marnock) heads the Professional The dream of the few became John has the time in bao: Flatulence Palpitation
Golfers’ Association order of merit reality, and the disinterested But whatever the future halds in ceil eekaibl’ ot
for the Harry Vardon golf trophy, asses interested followers. store, he has left a mark in jastrie Acidity, etc,

So far he has totalled 54 points for

British athletics. He has é
six tournaments with an average follow. end

standard for others to follow end

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of nine, Next comes the former _ Competing for Britain against 4 targ + See F Te

open champion, Max Faulkner France in an athletics match at oa re aim at. More 4 r\’. Delsa |
(St, George’s Hill) with 48 points the Colombes Stadium, Paris.) weight putting is not eo ee 3 {2 th
(average 9.6). Third is Arthur last month, John added yet tive of the hanacion le preroga- ae a wt NAY
Rees (Sunningdale) with 68 another to his long list of tri- Russians cans and _ the 5 + emma *
points (average 9.71). umphs, He not only won the ae —LE.S. 16 MEASURED LOSES IN EACH PACKET

event but his putt of 54ft. 9}ins.
SOCCER established a new oS i
MORE SOCCER CL’ to meeting, and was also over four
broadcast saehabacrs tet inches more than his own Britisa
home matches to local hospitals. and Empire records.
The two Manchester clubs, City his distance may seem
and United, and Neweastle are the Compare unfavourably with the
latest to adopt the scheme. Clubs ‘iftyaseven and fifty-eight feet
are to provide their own commen- Putts achieved by the Americans
tators, and the commentaries will Jim Fuchs, Parry O’Brien and C
be transmitted direct to the hos- D. Hopper. But John's perform -
pitals by land line. ances cannot be judged on figures
CRICKET alone. He has had to play almost
JACK IVERSON, Australia’s @ lone Rees = only o oe
spin bowler with the freak ip, figures oO compe e against. mcl
has replied to Len Hutton's light. P© has been competing in. the
hearted forecast that England ‘OP, Class for only Thvee eg thal
should win all five tests next . [twas in the spring ot notice
year against the Aussies Said Savidge | first came to the notice
Jack, with mock seriousness: Of Britain's national coach, ae
“Hutton has not heard about my P¥Sn.. He hf then eet with
batting. It has improved tremen- Champion, an hone gaimec
dously.” However this announce. ® Modest putt o .
ment should not cause any loss ot
sleep amongst the England bow!- Hard Work
It meant a lot of hard work,

Ss. ts agains e
pp ee — tute oe oe but that did not deter the tough
tralia, Iverson scored three runs. Marine, used to the rigours of the
barratk square. Day in, day out,
week after week he trained, His
schedule consisted not only of |
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WHAT S ON TODAY -*J *W Oae MI MI ihat taek* laUUno Caloai UM wroeasa thai need rnlHiiMc FM Ihv futut* In (ha IliUnw And Ot* Ooud thai I can do. ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY. ^KiTEMBKH 5. 1952 PRICE FIVE CENTS YISUHDAY S WEATHfR MPOAT Total raixiI I • mUll E -. %  %  iWul . LMM TtraMltao Tl.**r. tUiamaivr %  a (P HJM 1 i Hin Tlda lies p IT La* TUK%  linima 111. L Low Tlda ill *•• B*Y ILK. Talks On W.I. Federation Likely To Be Held NextJfear Internal A/fairs Need Settling AT Till: SBA-SIM! Hurricane Heads For U.S. MIAMI. Florida. Sept. 4 Atlantic hurricane "Bakes" slnglng 110 mile an hour wind-early Thursday roared alone us "potentially danger oua" course toward thn United Statea mainland. The Miami Weather Bureau at 6 a.m. located toe centra of tae yeafa aecond bit blow about 700 uilea east, aoutbeaal of Jacksonville, Don da The Weather Bureau aald that the hurricane wa> travel llag IS to 14 BUM an hour In a northwesterly direction beading toward, the lower seaboard area of the United Statea. Weathermen predicted that It would continue along thla coune for at leaat the nest few hour*. The Weather Bureau In itearly report eatlmated winds at 100 milean hour and aald hurricane firee wlnda of 76 alien an hour extended outward 7o mile* north and eaat of Ita centre.—U P. 12 Killed In Explosion MARSEILLES. Sepl 4Twelve person* were ofrlcinlly reported killed and 40 injured in a soap and oil factory explosion which shook this cily last night, but It U believed that the death toll will rise to at least 20 aa rr-foic workers shovelled through the debris. Rescue workerswarmed over piles of rubble throughout the night under the glare of arc light.; trying to retrieve bodiea after the terrifTUexplosion in tha> soap and oil factory which irk) and damaged some 40 houses in the surrounding districts. Among the dead are one man jnd one woman who wnc killed when the ceiling of their bedroom crashed down on top of them. The authorities said that some of the persons injured were so seriously burrwcr-ejy Hasblazing Inferno that it" was feared they would not live through the day. Judgo Jacques Dumont of MarM-illr-. mi ordered by the Ministry cf the Interior to open linaslloa. lion into the causes of the blast. Hie Smetr National also will cooperation In the probe. Looters I an reported to have robbed several homes and apartments during the catastrophe, when txnrby dwellers rushed out to give aid or take refuge— tl.P. lielgian Minister Of Justice Resigns BRUSSELS. Sept. 4. The storm of criticism over tno reprieve of two notorious war criminals appeared to have abated after the resignation of Justice Minister Joseph Pholien. Pholien. who recommended the reprieve of ox-concentration camp guard Richard De Bodt and Nan police chief Ao.nn Van Coppcnollc. ijuit during a four and a half hour cnbinet nxctlng railed by Primo Mlninster Jean Van Hi .' The resignation was approved immediately by King Baudouin on the advice of the Prime Minister, who interrupted his vacation in A'MC.I to hurry back i ibuV indignation mounted. A auccessor has not been named. As a result of Pholien's resignation, the Issue of the reprieve* will probably not be raised In Parliament — a step that might have toppltd the eight month old Catholic Christian Social Cabinet. The Government was not certain that Pholien's resignation had completely pacified public opinion (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Sept. 4. THE LONDON CONFERENCE on Caribbean Federation will almost certainly be held over until next year. it was learned today. The *ii>[ffestin of the Barbados HoUM of Assembly that there should be a prior meeting in the Caribbean to n %  < Ivi existinfi differences of opinion is understood to have Colonial Oflice approval. Mr Itustamante, who has — idy gone on record as sug%  I gualing a Caribbean conference %  s going to put his proposals for such a meeting to the West Indian leaders who will be arriving in i 1 time 'l don't mind which West Indian territory HeM the meeting." he said, "but 1 feel lhat before we come to London we should have our perAcheson Will j\ot Enter (Campaign Debate sonal internal affairs settled Mi. Albert Gomes, who Ig already in Trinidad, said, "I am pleased that Barbados has at last views known. It doesn't seem to me to make much odds whether we meet in London os in the West Indies But 1 am in favmn ..f a Went Indian nulm, if it will at last The Jamaican Government delegation's meeting with the Pood Ministry lasted for one houi today. Afterwards, Mr. Busts mante had lunch with Maj.n Lloyd George and Lord Munstei He said later. "Our meeting at the Ministry was most amicable, and I have great hopes for the lului. of "in banana industry Id 12 MIG's Shot Down WASHINGTON, Sept 4. stale Department said lethal Secretary of State kl not propose to entu On campaign debate. The Department Press nfftrti Michael MiDcrmott issuid to ii k by Acheson at his Press lonfereiu-' yesterday thai he mifcht make a %  p sOfth on foreign 11 polk some popular mean noni IIHIM incpnons. Acheson hud been asked at his Press conference about the Republican Party latyd. mi ..I the United st..n \ 1.1.i. of containment" %  Id to-day lha I peech to die convenlion at Kansas CltS On September It would net be %  political". Acheson nUlHM to discuss with th* i i %  i in nut wend which do not take I holiday during our domestic elections". McDermott added that I, Besntarj might on sevtral occasions take opportunity to OHM terms being used In on to reign policy so amisunderstanding — U.F. Four Killed In Plane Crash MADRID. Sept. 4 A light plane in which the pilot. Lieutenant Jose Lara, was tak nil wife for a flight crashed r Torrelavega in the Santady province today killing them end hra ipants. Lieutenant Lara, I civilian photographer, and a ,oidter wer< killed outriiiht Stnora Laca died soon afterwards hospital. —U.P. gBOUla. Sepl. 4 Sabre iv tr. tang-ci head-on wnh the Communist an Ml shoi down twirl*. Russian-built M1G 15 jets and thice. On key power installation. B.29*> used radar to aim bombs. F.T East airforcee said at Toil there was no Red oppeelUon Ml I I that all the bomber* returned [ThRed probed 11 tlm UM %  ' bill Ml i>n | 'mn' 1 j-.iiif —r.p. c.p. HoJt Will QteaM Wtarld Migration LONDON, Bent 4 Australian Immi£r'itii>n Mini u i Herald E. Hop Bint to M%  I U> |IM -nilinn me % %  of the .ommonwealth Perl ii. irj A loeiitlojB i| | %  %  tmentfl with Canadian Government ofllclali to discuss problems of World igratinn. Holt said Canada and i had taken more unndgnnu .. %  than ei counines since the and Second World War. Holt probably iii present now plans for handling additional Imgrants to Australia.—C.P. Farouk's Private Planes Seized CAIRO. Egypt. Sept. 4 The Egyptian Air Force tooki possession of a fleet of 13 plan.-* I that had been reserved for exKing Farouk's personal use DC fore he was exiled on July 28 The jir Doni was also .scheduled to lake over the private airfield al r'arouk former large estates at Ituhass, 40 miles northwest of Jury In VA Oil Case Adjourns Till Sept. 11 WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 Thi special grand JUI\ nw i gating the alleged inlernatioi til cartel in which live Americ and two British gffgnpanlge Wl named has adjourned tember II L'onard Emmergln . Chief Justice Department lawyj j told reporters that tin Qovernntal did not yet have enough oil DM I pany records to make an '* ilensive presentation" of its n i The Govenunnit has called %  hUbpo'Ti,i for the records of large oil companies tor examih lion by the grand jury* Some led over their records. bui ihi Anici .....i mi have asked the .oort either invalidate subpoena* or alt A' them more tlnve to prepare th< f detente. The grand Jury was called il ha request '** i"abli Tingrand mry wai >wom i yesterday. Undo Undid Statia.-\i.yi iv;ii. Sept. 4 French detectives working un the balfjint: Llruinmond triple murder oise now one month old ^imltexi unollleially tonight lhat major speech to be we are back at ntro — back delphia by the Republic NKW YORK S. |.t i Dwighl D. Eisenhower plann< strong criticism of In*. Tuiin. udnunhtralion of foreign poll. which he recently aerved at aoldier-stateeman overseas. Foi ign policy was Ihe where we started from on August 6". Commissioner Edmund SebeDie and seven other detectivewho arc helping him were tonight planning to give up their on iho spot investigation* for the t>me hung. The final marathon interof star witness Gustavo Dontlnld wm> found the bodiee of the Britkai family failed prodme any evidence of guilt i ru was released earlier today. ** bellle jnd other detectives are lei ,l IIB lo TI lurn to Marseilles Saturday and to leave the tass Ihe hands of the local police until new d eve d opment," %  %  i.i 'iii.ui s.nil tonight. Paul Mevel. Oepuly c:hief of the Marseilles Criminal Investigation %  n> told reporter that IXtminic) had been released in agreement with the public prosecutor because there was no proof of any guilt. Detectives look Ihe afternoon off today after working 15 hours almost daily for over a month. With no new major clue since they found the killeVi weapon, an American army carbine, on the first duj of their inquiries, the detectives were complaining bitterly tonight about the "wall silence" put up by local opulation. —(U.P.I subleet f %  da in n T;. Presl dentlal nominee, who. until .turn was Commander of the KI.I tii-i % %  defence forces with important dy> lotni.llc Bj well as military dUtfii An aide said that it would li stronger than the retirr.i nenei ll speech last week lo the Ajnei H Legion Convention, in which h> The )UI juiils yob agreeing in principle: I KC"ti>l In. ten v Men "i • %  i' %  (he reach I Lhai -.TI i %  wrong with the collection %  i thui lh liuuld be iivised CrOvernroerrl %  %  -.i to bapn with the preeen) method %  m them iiiin detn thing therj ssouU hnrvt, uungs .^ M | Tin PAVr; % %  i Mr. u-wis -.'..is doaigne paoplg In liaymg trw-lr laxea !'*>iiM> n t. uevaei It, were made, wih.-i monthly oi weekly, or %  !> %  rathea ueili Thi people WOUld have the of nppt-'il ngiilii'-t .in' %  %  i,. Othei potn! kft Learii l very year lusaea are lien,u expenenced ehn present ay stem of collecting t 19.10 hi W.I. Barristers Will Form Bar Association (Krmn Our Own CurrrtpomlrnO I-(HIT OF SPAIN. MlllillKA.N IJAItRISTERS havo ii Krl vd on tho i-.l..l.l!sliin.-nl ol a li;u As ..n-i.ttM.li This is lo .otnpns.I .> i %  -.I.-1 in (he Mnlisli Caribbaan Area and is lo be kn. i i. lh,' llntivh I-.,,,' I„..,II H.u A.ss'.ri..lH.n Ever) ii.niii.ii'r will I.,. iHglhto In manbaaila ot the A v,i.in.iipravtdtd Hul no peraon, who. al Ihe date • %  c in.adoption ..l its rule:, lawfully practises and is rei barrUtai in inj territory ol th* arw will b.-, Itwmbmalp, I'm Ihe purposes of Ihe AMOCI ; rule*, Ihe term "H,ui.s:er" shall mean I pal I who hit l„ ,n nlltd lo ihe Mar of England Ttw ..iin and -.01. i • -.r m. T.U.C [gnom (.omniunists MARUATff Ki.ti.iiid. s<'pt i The Ti,.;,U n i on Caigrt L.-mpleii i> ti.iome.l .,11 1'I.IIH,,., ulst .uid Kellow Traveller candl,,.,,., ,,, ,!,.,,„,.. ,,..,,,., tiil pracMee oftke v li, ,,.,,,,, oordnnee arlth its i TIMI Mih Auuual Coiuueea el*. "• '" "clgtMm 1 < i Coui %  '"'" ^JZS^?J£ monof uU ltm r IJ; p Unce wrul ha carP cil to run the .ifTnlra of ihr "•' n fuch quartere as It %  at Bcrntinv win discl-se the niter *0h.000 ma oiganm.llo.nl..>w ''•"<• ""' ' "me to u,„„„, nu| ,,. |( |Jw *H i"" f :ci mernbei ' '" "fP 0 ^ ,,, "; %  nte li not genuine , ,, ...uncil vi-n (.overi.inenl IIIKI ihe Ju Mr „ N Aimstnmg %  he retired There wen l,l "r> on questiona urfeeting th. currency orHcer Barbados Cen,. [hi, ,,..,, pnfgeiton, m arc-rdaiice witl ,,,„, ,, sN „ )il 1 nundl Mol .. ingli> ( ..inmui % %  .l.ti-Ush ...id memadd nothing further lo the pubi In friendly relation, iniong | (S hed notice. He said that as far gtfon Include To d. ill i,..tit. iiffeetlng thi profi ah .""• %  i-iii ti .is in.ii IK* ilet'ine Tn *' %  ^ %  elation will also e) H. IAX Curr*\nfiy ttaar' Of Forgerigm rWlowini i nuranej ot instance* Canbhe.ui Currenc> iv rning throughout live b fepri %  ted the Board thot 1 bean Currency Note* of the tci.rioilar denomination have been %  A noii.v whir], appeared in %  'I iJtes that 'a wMe i>r the one-dollar denominai led to represent H teni The word ihe face of the note is removed and 'be word fa' mbaitituted. and the numeral 0" Is added to the WinWBj I in the corners of the note The colour of the onelollar not... whuh . rod, i.i also ireated to make it similai to the oiown colour of the ^eiiUafrtendoller note. Thf Board advised the public to earuUnlae the word "ten" and the numerals 15 a E well .is Ihe olout of. the ten-doUur notes advocated that the United Si.dev „„ rhg l'AVK ryKem will mlnuse its influence to help St* i. [omr$li satellites win their freedom m on-1 Jgmalce hai been investigating trasl with the administration's, t | mency l the system an.1 I indldala a*ng Arthur llopnei Be. ii'.c. ,,i ih Nutu N.itjmy.l %  'containment*' policy um — V.W. I Ci i Truce Talks Again Recessetl PANMUNJOM. Sepl. s. The Korean truce talks vvrc i^ceaaed for another week after a brief bitter debate In which the United Nations charged thii the communists do not reallj want an armisfce. It Is the sixth straight mm i aa many weelu that the United Nations and Reds have im long enough only to exchange angr words and agree to a waegi rr. cess. They will meet m* Sopt-niber 12. —I r Maker Discloses Cabinet Changes CAIRO, Sept. \ Tin: KCYITIAN Prim.Minister Aly Maher lu-ia\ diclo!.cf the said nppoini he i i m i. t>een reported £321,000 Loan For Grenada SPRINGFIELD, Sept I i %  A W. %  • (;. —IP (• expecC'.iiro On one of the confiscated led to leave the cabinet form.'J plnes the air force had spent I %  Aly Maher on the day of the t20,00'j for personal fittings for Army's coup d'etat six weeks ago the deposed mon.n'i The> .ire Dr. Ibrahim Shawky — IL'.P.J Alphonse Groun (Agriculture!. PANTHER JET REFUELED IN AIR DURING TEST f.-OSintDTOSFRV! TI ...... %  ed aircraft in setktraL it WS1 ', %  f IParrf EM gets 1 /ntemeliornl* Abdallah Salem (Municipal Affairs), Mohammed Kernel Nawsi-'i (Pubbt Workaj, and 7.ohr. ir i rana (Social Affairs). None of the new minister, vili be military men well Infor-ned political sources here reported today Aly Maher. who has i |apt to.ooo raiding •' killing .:t least wounding 17 in the UtSM oi two dsys of riots The Indian Aim. •vas asked to itand by emergeii. v ano* %  CttTathV %  SI posed. The mob is denial bodies of two perset police in snothei venlerdoy p turn Oeei trig '"" hih"s *o ,.,. %  ., The tnNJbki started Tuesdav Ihilh-s Replies To Truman Ml %  MIKK Bent 4 retufsssd in the accusing mi I'M-Milcnl "I trying to "be i RopublfCfil in.. Dwlfht t' II gi-d th-; Ifeg Truma.. ... W.I %  u.kel Into World War 111," whil those advocated by tiscohow. lire "true peace polk A Kfouhliean foreign afTan %  i d a statement r roplj t' i ipeeeh on If %  %  .ii.i I, Iin t Bead that Eiss-i hower wa> following "full i ii-s" l,mi down bv the "mastei u i th. Republican part> %  • %  • 'Ml %  WOUld InfiudS Dulles in the tiel I ', ir al Kisenhower apeaki ,ii op torelgi i %  %  !. d thai ii. p ,k with "command nig authorltj of long and grew m peace arid war. He aald, "we can trust ,i i %  von peace rather n it man who has lost it -111' l RED PROPAGANDA OFFENSIVE development schemes, braeluding electricity, water supply, housing and slum clcaninc.. hospitals and dniln.'iKc and reclamation. The loan has been raised by issuing a 4H% stock at C 77 per It follows a Umn Ordinance S issed by iho last Leglsl;.tive %  uncil m I9V) II.U P. say* the placing of the w stock at a trifle below the within ruU " ^W"! ' comparable Colon,. Lai loans makes it likely that the %  k will command a premium when tiuoted on the lndon N %  i Bavhanaa ID defeat rhtll propoaah N, i>epl 4 mounted offensive te ihe Truma nfoi ,'f be Anglo-Iranian %  |. .'The VOiOg Of Sowel COIILIIIOIMM IM.I.IIIII into Iran is a clan leatine Azerbaijan station be%  ,,-,1 |o bi an iio %  I'O lerrH DroadrasU show vioh-ni 0BtO the oil deal offered Iran by Britain and the Unite; turdai r.p. M The new loan stock '• %  eocemabie at par In 1978 :,ut the ( Blent i'f <""-.rfda t.pay at the same price during the preeadlni seven ytan. A Sinking Fund Vrfl be esUbllshed In Britain. The loan is secured ot. eral asseui and revenues of the Government of On Some of the scheme* [dated under Ihe schedule to thf Ix>an Ordinance have alr<-. %  undertaken In anticlp.i' floating the loan which I utilised in connection With the Revised Devel Plan for the ream im) The meeting between Maher about ftfl and Regents Prince Abdel Moneim and Colonel 1'ishad Mehana lasted IwO k preceded the first Cabinet meeting after the Qurban n.oram holidays scheduled for Thursday .person.-. mgrU. Maher will Regency Council ag On Wednesda'. fin twoto Tueeday's dlst were kilVd and thre. meet thejurr-d Arm". Chileans Voted For President Yesterdav Two J\ewsfMi/M'r Editors Arrested SANTIAGO. Sept 4 Chilean voteag went lo the polls to select from among four cangli%  ..x raara, BVM the e/oanen iinesi up with gaj their votes The four .-.ndidates are Pedro %  H sj Partyl. i | Liberal Party I, ICM a ksta d .' gene ftoo.ooo n men will have .men votes! and national legislntive ACCRA. Gold Coast. I Sift,. Togoland have am ,w B*efl fj Jvadoi A'lenue tliem with spreading (Socialist Party) The new ITejiIcnt will 1 ik< '-' %  vhen the third Regent IlahlenInr^nt while groupi of %  dlae Beraaat will be beck in stone* at *'i Cairo from Alexandria ears I P The men were ai 11 publishing the text of a telegram United Nations In I Betting odds favoured Alfonso %  on an oven basis, v Ibaner in third place, and Allerulo last. than 3.000.000 CMsaM pesos are estimated to have been wagered in Santiago alone on the llefore Ihe polls a/ nl) in n %  Yesterday armed forcev direct control of public order in preparation foreUiilon The arms '. • ilrst degree" alert throughout Chile All pe-• %  to carry arms were cancelled Government authorities charge-' that a group of Ibone/ followet I attacked a number Of Mfonso' v Temuco and that thre. men were wounded eriouslv |n the ensuing shootine. Two others were lr\)ured arfth stkk* and stones in another clssh.



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S-TuuMilliard To Ma.1i, N-ulo Cnutart I A WhKatU 1 >• bmldins l"U -I In. on Thursday tM 11 Ik 'Mock P m % %  rtfraaanM rOTTl* ATTOltD A, CO IB SI will u rt*ni i.. nl IM urtaWr-urnod a VfMnkft IMC .1 3 Th, %  1M can b. ** HOUAK .. h-d n > IIU,k H* Dial 01M Bfttt 4 si of UPII p arali— in llallr Ovllr m>dro4 fW arl.c..l-i ISA BEAUTY m %  JMH • I mil* from town Tluc* i*rr Ordroam .T.nina nur in #•*•> room, aarva %  <."i, rtc Inaa*tlon ba1w**n lha BDI T*— M o-m and --• .m Conu aV Rnmwcl. Pltu Villa#* ^1 JamaLIVESTOCK \lf.TION I Mil it THE SILVER HAMMER On Tunadar •'" bv ordnr of IM bar i rlo *• Eaiala ol ina lota MWa El Si Jean, wo mil aoll >h* rut nit u>* i '. > l'.ialr Hall lload. nhk-h 1 ii.-. KMrUuorrln fafVtnal a Oriiaiiipnl TaMr>. China Cobtn nrd Tabl*. Tea T all llfhoffiy. I'oboblarod I' i .. n. Aim and L'nn: C**aita; Ovofmonlla, Ptano h B*chivr> nfcra Work Tabl.. Pirtuioa a PalnUna. •tatiatltca and Buota Orn la. Old Ollna, Dlnnar ad Tea Rt I. Olnaa Wora OmamanU. CaaTpo Rue-. CorurMoiim. iimmoia lW < I ln>. .! MatlmaOB. U Praaa. W0ldri.hr Dicixina Tabk>. Ch, H Mfthocany. WoC..IVB. Cut*. War* Praoa lam Mirror, vrr* Itttt OktM C* ,. T*p. Tabk-. 4-Ramrt P. (acllon Oil MMki Ga. Si... UtonaiM Oardcn How. and many otri %  %  an ii on.**. n OB I ft BRANKKR. TROTMAM CXI Aarllonpr '. | M in MECHANICAL HOUkbV. 1 furnianod roonw (or R.--I inii..iia R"'al Tnaatr* Bo) -an bothn Carat. allach-H Woat-.ixw and |. .'..*arrrptad Phonr' SOD). I.S.M—I P C'dian-N. Zealand Investors Gel Tax Privilege*. KINGSTON. JVa., Aug. 31 In n movv lo altni fiom CQiuda and N. lor invawtinont in tin •<< nf J.imaica, Iho mi*ni lit Mx^tion rr-iicf eonvviitaoa fh [v iirnllt' < arnnIHf QUEENS COLLEGE %  aSaaaal ItM :fo;>kinson V^x-( \frirun Opinion On I i l. -ralion i in UH Colon MjaUBaaal golden MtntM tour ol Noilhein Rhooosu, aiui Nyaaailand to aWM opinion on Federation witti Souinern KIiooaMiAoilit> MM %  rut charm of manner he na m BffBRtjr, but what parncularo .Mi|nri Africans waa lilt In!i..ii*(tjiiL-nce and wiilinajisas •lutwi. much lo DM diplo.uning. for lie aerven Rte Foreign Office foi ...is. iiu-lij .is oepu.y tiiafh commiMioner in Iteif, H.n he stayed on he was a certai brnl>.isador. but hu ambiUor. were in polllics. He with hi" career and the gamble r.nir -.ft Leaving the Dlplomaiic Service in 1M5, he becan.e head of the Conservative Paity SecreUriat until Ihe 1950 ele; offered htm a chance of seat in Parliunu-nt. Since the %  his rise hat been rapid. Neveitheism, il will lax even %  :. powert of per BJ Verl ihe Afric.ui 'mi ,i..n Thui in. p before the srheme wa even pubnthed. They look .1 the Gold c*>-t n a p %  I lorgeilinit Hi •' circuniiilaiicea differ like W< : Aftlee, (lie Rhodris and N> eaJ h • ipuUllon which h. itt home there. Afrlcnn opposjlion is main' dM to dislike o' (-hnnge. M hat • xplninod th. .II .i | unnotlred. A.s one chief WKrte U hi' Diitrict Cn-nmiinn''r I m federni • %  rohu' clof %  *la* o n*" | P bsHween Austrian and foreign school children" It Is inscribed • %  Iniernation .1 LUXEAU-OUKOH. ap*. %  i> -uout to take > urlher *tep into the affairs of JSuxopfi by holding a liaison wit.i the Euiopoaii coal and stee> veaununity better known aih>1,1 bchum-n Flan. The step wiU b--taken when William Drape U.S. special representative r:uroLKafffleea to-day to mat-i ihe American delegation and meet Jean Monet of France. w*0 la President of the community With Draper will come finai.;ial expert W M. Tomlinso!. who has been designated chief US. repiaenUUve to the community. Tomlinaon will have the task at reporting the progress i j ihe community to the United States government. He mav %  vrntually be called upon .i--ommend America to help %  hat Presidem Monet to-d-iv it >k inatTTitwu iiitciiwutrfiu V, ,r.i. %  — a p ,-„—•• natfmt. C > i r .a i.i n ai r ,, : ~&J?" S? XJZTZ., HEAL SORE DRY SKIN depicts a smiling, pig-tailed girl. • e • Wellington: Tin pmi of beef on the hoof touched an Auckland record thai week when a suburban butcher bought a prime iteer at vt.-k aale for C62. 10s. Ori. aaaMnbaaa: The Mombasa Arab gonutiui ilty's "grjiid old lady". Mwana Shey, died this week agca Ilrt %  ^'t^ZJ^^^K^.^' IH^Memi of mutual lnlwt. din her own shopping nnd houseK rp work. Sh*. 1 remembered whin _^^_ Mombasa pos s essed an open slave Schuman Plan ofncisbi realize-1 thai the>would first have t. %  the community ; a filing concern before any dol III Md wou'd be forthcomin. This was made further evide: by Draper, who deelamd i i Paris thai the'final form of th %  association between the eommi nity and the United States wit be determined in the neriencr* acquired In traatin JUST RUB IT ON MlSl.H.1 \M.DIS i i %  ANSI IG IILI ;.o, % % %  i |. . .\prl lltr %  AH.-r l.iitli ., Clranal..n' . PM. -.-and Oot•(Mo I/bus. Knianri Lid. in %  uATraseen OH Ml "I'll > %  > -. hu.in.. * % %  ind. J I J oni whr* onlvi al SM M and SM.M SlMcllv limll'd i.nii.bnf lo/ dlkpoaal BUY N' Br-*d H IXal 4SM 3.0 W 1EVKK MIX1UHE I Ol. IMXIS — Ins ili<' Tamporaturi'omplmnU. and particularly in lh# on lUsaa of I>iM*nipT Pilco l/l tut oouinaala M K...11.1 1.1.1 radi woMwncai TELEPIIO: KlKXCTuHY all Trlophono Nt-mu it Ualoat la numanoal ordar. Pile* > %  %  T>,r. rvvx WH lor T WATEIt ., axMrta v,AM WAklN. ; HlNK •aOM WMS* uiATraa dolns Ihf |ob Al Vaar tl\t Mild Slaal PUIon—St. a* l/B. Lit — V \ 11,-1 MM. Auto Tyia to %  pq NOTICE %  lha Hal August M I 1 iitur ID aaod I Kindly arnd all ooeounbi to th* tBadcr aavtai F A. nUAVM iCk-srok-ward., Fair Mount. Bt l£*>. lo 4 OS ... IfJ by COL'STTHV NOTICE Itlni will 1 Mr. kaptni AltAOR V, NOl'Hi. ,1 (.1,..! %  H SpdlAL niTY—Haul BhirU — roc th a rnaii for U.r • %  Now only M 10 anrh < *U no Hrgularlv M M*l ..SJIIO:. iioust. at. Swan *• IBM IH Ofrora In wMIInf will l> tn • M p m on Friday Mlt Srpt.n-1 %  •SB by CmiTMay Oa.am-. WBII I', H-wiil. fin Cir.. Hi IMS AUSTIN lorn rlamascd In acrldac. Inaparnon SUIaSCKOaB now Iaiasraak. Eudland • !• papor now .ni>lm La ni.y ii law days alU LA*. to 1 v.gakt parliadrx I" 1 ..... < a %  %  ... it.pi.aa/tui. %  • l.aAS-11 %  h 1 NUMBUCAL "Ul.l.UHLtiUltV .1 ov-l-01 ll Ad.c. %  ota'l Pi „'..ry. Jokn-a r, Statioi. l'„ ,.nu oi Hi. iDarpndoa) Lid, Jomoa ITMO aV%  a taTIIF HANBADOX MI 11 M. I ASM BAN re SOMBTY LOST rouiv *.—..*-, 11. IT, ii,! %  nwar uihi.rri iit x |.\.* i • i• !• MB 11 %  .1 .. 1 — Id ChrMophcr AuBuatua Brallhw. %  ( bMii loot, and havlnH inad. spplt %  1 %  owrin dmunfrr lha HDH NOTirr la harab fir.1 | 1 %  tool, th,1 I ih..l '.v lll hr paid By .rf-tor C K aWtOWNf. SaoroUiy inowionn Roy St Iiurriiani' HIM PlMUlaN Nt, 13 %  NUMKJUCAL I IKV to Ul.nl.I r Ih. Numb.'1 a 1.11 o MMUiiCAi. -iiiaVH->; I %  a-lly Ii* trued lo th. partv coo.. 1 1 II U W have m aloe* "K %al.rlnaiy product. i<" tl Windaalla and Sprun Mtir-.v and big k' lam fl :-l. %  :. ... -_itl I'rio. I KNU.MI I LtS WANTJEIi 11 ...-. I Irlilh W4!c. • .HiHH hollta ui.lll lb, ... !!'• **f, U .Irink ajBpl lO-taTS MW f\ •> \ aiBM)Nfl ,1 1 \(.l SlAMF f'ATALOGUE IMS PART 1 liniTISU EMF1HK ;'.lete| VlOii Eaeh J0Hr4S0N'b STATIONERY Hi l r %  %  1 wall Alrpull A Hi— 1. land BB)i.rtMi dr^W. 4 BraaatMewa MIRAL OBVAK I MISCEIXANEOII^ Courses Introduct> Colonial Students To Britain LONDON re Colonial students, he %  i\.' u .-. I. .... I mtly began the ftrsl of the six n roduction to Britain" courxea London. The courses ore being held nl King's College Hall, London. f the courses is to lic.p the Colonial student lo (eel at mine on his Qrst trip to England, iiu' lo give h'm information about details of everyday living .rt Uke part in the courses. Amongst the students on ihe rtt course are some from Mala> iHong Konc. Mnuritius. Nlge. i:. TanKanyika, Kenya, Ugand s, Trinidad and Brltn* ttuiana. Discussions will be held on the British transport system. Uvtni costs, accommodation, rationing. restauranU and health. Films W II be shown and the studenti Will visit placet or interest in London L.P Coal Miners Go Back To Work I'lTTSUUUGH. Scp' 2. i A 10-day "memorial" .lulid.t ended to-day for 475,000 union 1 ized hard and soft coal mine) I Members of the United Mi,. Workers of America started r• turning U the pits in an ;iimo. ] phcre of pessimism. M lieved that there would be ai other work stoppage before U \ month Is over. The U.M.W. President John l Lewis oreerad a 10-day lay-oti Denocrauc Parly inlo t^gi,, n August 23 ns a trlbEur market and -he herself .I.e.. man" n^ a \ nvv% ihcre. She also remembered raids by Arab dhows when nain' %  African lookout* sounded warnM IIIK bells and the town's African l>opuliilioii fled inland 10 capture. D> Gafiperi Will \ot Join Reds Ox Vo-l-Wist-H KOML, i*pt. I, Aicide De Uusperl'i Use 'Mcnlholatuin' Balm to heal Sore and i racked Skin. Rashes and Roughnciv I H Mcntholalum dairy, ll it eO Mmplc lo Use. lou jutt RLU IT ON.' Mcntholalum 'make* your skin sofl and smootl. nd keen* ii CaaaT. Meniholatuni' u good for ALL Skin troubk-s. As it coot-, it toothes. At it soothe* it relieves. As it relieves it heals. Quick—eel a jar or tin to-day. ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM Made Only By Th MtntholMtum Co. Ltd., f£ct. 1889) Slough, England. ciinnHEma SHIPPING NOTICES %  ;• %  Public Official Sale A.l 1 K.l Pnonuer Chi ittiau tends to campaign for nex t Mr*g general election* with a loc that wiii maintain Mth HitW,i Boa] the communisls or the iieo-Fascisti. De Qasperi. in a ap eec h at Lac f.mali northern I Ti ibentine region where >.,. Bttealng; day: "We have already tried to colUboraa ni-sts and left-wing ~ but have found I lack of democratic undtrstandinp. Moreover they have rejected solidarlt: with the Wast. As regardthe neo-Fascr Party, who with the support of the nphtiMs Moivirchisi Party. ni ,:,.'•—U.F. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. •> %  ,. ,'. -Ar.-.iar '-oo* ute to the memory of ihe HI miners killed in the pits durln .i si-ven months period. The shut-down sliced l.000.0rn|- tons off t h e nation's abov • ground tuply of coal, tlrengthc %  intf Lewi-;' position in conlr tnlks with the operators. Ti I U.M.W. contract with northe. I oprrators endr nn September 21 under Lewis* cancellation ord • and agreements with southr I cOa] operators and rompon -un out en September 30-—F.' % MAILING FROM Bl SOI't 1 Z CoTTirA Sth SrptatntM-r. IMS M i Nrsrrim mn s.pt.mb.r. isss .1 g. urasiiJA Mm % %  BdoBBaar. issr DONAHUT. .lid OcUkbi-r. ISM MI INI. to si sort: i \| St ORAN.tKVTAU "ih • I .b-i. ISM I -All INtl TO TBtMIUAU. rARAMAKIIMl .ISO fiaiTISH OtlANA | H STCNTOn Mh S.pt.mbar. I9M S COTTICA Z^^d BoptOBaber. ISSI i s %  vf.m .'..i t"i.i..T lias AlIIM. TO THINIUAU AND CtJRAI %  S HaTJLA IMh S^MBBbor. IMS I a IIIRSILAA I3lh Orlobor. IBU Tho M V .apt Cargo l rAliiniEF will orund rtMaSHBBn I-i kntlltta. MO..I-CTT.H i.CVrldo Tho M.V. "MONKKA" will BC %  Dominica Antl|fti.. Mr.nt.MT-V Savia nnd SI KHi Date of aallMai m b. nntlBod B.W I HCliooXBO OWMBBt' \. .iiviio\ urn CanalfO... Tola No Mi: LTD.. Ntoaeka>aa|B>o>aflM Egyptians Set Out Cilllillliilll Nilliillliil SttlHIItshipS On Channel Swim 'Hi. Praioal Marahal'. IIM4.01 Ml. • HI PrM q ii.:iii ii i* ..i Bop* I I ".11 -t lha Imir at : -'i-.. k i 'i nflornotiii will bo -old ot my atic. t" M lii...i blddar lot any atiin BM and r th. appralMd valua All that ..rt..'n pirca of Land contain, hoi by odirioasuroM.nl I.SM Stniara fw\ Da laiida of LoolU Hrimth I lod "Pork Gap", nn oil in ) aald KooBlnfton Tonanlry | ntaM iood tali..I K.w Boad". or hnn.v.r r tuuy abut and hound. ..p. : M I i. | Df I l-AIW AND F1KTY CINTa IB4M.MI i Hun). I..i utUfavtMui. *' ;> I to I ..i.d on da ...ii BSf T. T IIXAD1JCY. '.laia'i.l IT I a3' lOSI A IOIM) IXJST ••K.NON I la sssa on -, t.....i.i Mg, a.*..rd oflarod it.in WWft' Spfrial SCONES 3c. Each B Antl/MUi: mmr.;; iTII ml 4758 STREF Hit Ortk.r I Mcmltci* of the \M\ll. Ml NMHUI ...n. M lark. all> 11 IS a IIS par rteaatio. I > A Tr.dw. a %  ArbHi I %  a Cansdi.-i THE BARBADOS POLICE IF You Require Police Assistance You See or Hear Anything which arouses Your suspicions. You have any information which may be ol immediate assistance to the Police AT ONCE C ,E 6 ll TRANEi4TLfArtT8QtJ£ SOUTHBOtjND DE OBAftSE Saillni September 3rd, IS5t Calling at Trinidad. La Goaua, Curacao. CwUgeaa aad Jaaaalca. COLOMBIE rlalllni Srptenbrr 24th, ISSt Calling at Trinidad. La Cioalrs. Caracae. Cartagetta aad Jamalea. NORTHBOUND DE i.nw: Salltag September lth. 1951 Calling at Southampton and L* Havre COLOMBIi: Sailing October 3lh. 1152 t'lllinat Martinique. Dombaica. C.aadeloaae. Soathanip tost and Le Havre. R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AenU PHONE 3814 1953 AMATEUR BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS t nd'r the AiisBtecs of CANADA DRY i (7/ ."Af "in. <• Of '/if . MOPEKN HIGU SCHOdlL STADIUM At 8 p.m. on Friday. 12th September CANADA DRY 3TKEIHAND IN ATTENDANCE Bar — AfrruV — Thrilling Emounifn ALL UOXERS who tUhCi have entered or would like to int.'. f..i BaSM Championships are asked to present themselves al the ring. Modeni High School, on Friday afternoon. Sth instant, nt 5 o'clock for weighing and matching. RIDK Side Sl.ee, Ring Circle 60 Cent*, Bleacher* 30 Cents REAL ESTATE MODERN HOMES FOR SALE or RENT in all Districts ,lOH\ >l III \IM> a to.