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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S GN TODAY





= YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Court of Original Jurisdiction 10.00 a.m
Meeting of the Vestry of St. Joseph R from Codringt i

1% pin Total rainf f nont of
—— = the Vestry of St. Thomas , i Highest Temperature: %

4. iy 1 west ’ pera e 73
Meeting of the Vest y of Christ Church 3 ' at

2 p.m F ete on 9 9%)
Meeting of the Vestry of St. Lucy « 2.964 ,

3.30 p.m : P
Police Band Concert in Queen's Park TO-DAY

7.45 p.m Sunrive: 5.18 a.m
For the cause that lacks assistance n Tide 7 ik 9.08 pon
‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance i

For the future in the distance
And the Good that I

can do, ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS











WILL

KBE DEMOLISHED

. Chamber Of Commerce Will) 7

bow

|

}



“ae,

“ty,

' Ask Govt. To Abolish Controls

‘Prices: Would Be ae
Little Affected”’

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is to make repre-
sentation to Government regarding the abolition of Con-
trols. This however, will not be done until Mr. G. H.

| Business

BARCLAYS BANK (

| N-
10N, ~

yER
f

ss to

COLONIAL, AND
SEAS) will within the next
|; weeks remove, their busine
| Spmporary Premises owned by
essrs Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Lid., situated between the Bridge-
town Club and the new Gardiner
Austin Building opposite Plants
tions Limited. The exact
removal has not yet been
but it is anticipated that
not be later
in October,




Bock From Korea Republicans
Move To
Victory

WASHINGTON, Sept .10.
The Republican foes of the Tru-
man Administration powered their



date
fixed
it will
than the second week

ray , - aa oe . The furnishing of the Tempor-
; ; ae eee es ree trom ary Premises is now else comic
Adams, and Mr. H. A. Cuke, delegates to the Canada-West aoe t bul ‘on Wed ar pleted, and the counter space
Indies Trade Liberalisation Talks in London, have return. See acer eitite tel ieee ie

Which will be available there will
be greater than that®which is now
avatable at the premises at Upper
Broad Street

Mr. L. C. Cregg, Acting Man-
ager of the Bank, said yesterday
that they are “hoping to provide
more cashiers in order to relieve
some of the congestion which
occurs occasionally on peak days.

The most striking victory came in,

ed and reported on what concessions have been extended | Baiting Se where Communist-

to the colonies by the British Government.

This action was decided upon by the Council of the
Chamber at their meeting yesterday after Mr. William K
Atkinson urged the Covncil to reconsider and “make verv
strong representation to the Government towards the
abolition of Controls.”

Mr, Atkinson raised the matter -—

baiting Senator Joseph McCarthy
won renomination over his Liberal
Republican opponent.

It was McCartlty’s first test at
{the polls since he began his
charges of Communist infiltration
into the Government, and he won
it. nent Leon-



His strongest op

















under General Business, and ard Schmitt admitted defeat with In addition to these arrange-
after he had outline@ the position res A nei re of the ments, and as sial assistance
to the meeting in a_ prepared Al, on Ht ro’ ate's precincts c ed. to the touri TSsproposed
paper, the Council KS. ined 4 eman as _ Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Wash- santana Sad dnc hae a
unanimous view that Controls : ington, Minnesota, New Hamp- Collins £ ot Buildingf ton, the
were working a hardship on the Plan To Ej d shire, and Vermont also nominated : purpo a cashing Trawpjlers’
community, and that the money n : candidetes for the November gen-/| BARCLAYS BANK building at Upper Broad Strect will be demolished and a new building erected. Pic Chequfs$y Jraggiiers’ Let\ers gof
spent by Government in subsid- eral elections. ; ture shows workmen demolishing the building on the left of the Bank premises as part of the plan for Credi z a@wering enc 5.
ising the items which were con- Ki 7, ‘ Wi In all 32 nominees for the] the construction of the new premises. The my witlktbe opened 4
trolled was “going down the ocrean ar % Mrited States House of Represen- -— ultangpe@sly with the. Temporary
drain” and could be put to bet- yi 42 : tatives and six for the Senate Premi§es, and the Actihg da-
ter use, ks al a eee oe ee a B di R h Hi h ger potjt€d out that “this >gmiall
b » - ~ uesday. Senator ‘ ‘ i office j ot be i y
i taaroming the Connell on the MEXICO CITY, Sept. 10. | MAJ. GEN. Haydon L, Boatner, |Washington and Senator Arthur 63 odies \\ Al. Can eac & oe a oes © cautnaed for
Mr. President, Gentlemen, — President Miguel Aleman ot} Whose “get tough” tactics quelled | Watkins of Utah were two other : | Meanwhile. wow ha¥ nmene-
Under the heading of general |™Mexico admitted to the United last June’s rebellion of Commu- | Republican critics of the adminis- Reeovered lc s ‘ ed on the demOéNtter@fthe prem-
business, I would like the Coun- | Nations a new formula aimed at| nist prisoners on Koje dsland, is |*"Ation ws Lod their opponents , | y eee next dnor to the .puldine
cil to again consider and make erdirg the Ke rean War Foreign interviewed by newsmen on his oy yg ree ae et WwW - | an ar 1yV ing : y whié now houses the Bank, and
very strong representation to Minister Manuel Tello said the| arrival at the Travis Air Force aan or gn gd one \ rom Ferry | 4 i as soon as the transi to the
Government towards the aboli- plan a solve the prisoner ex-| Base, California. He is going to Detat is his way back to Wash- Temporary Premises as been
tion of Controls. There is no|°h#nge dispute. assume the post of Deputy Com- | ington when he rolled n over- completed, the building now oc-
doubt, and I think that you will SR ee eS ane eae

agree, that during the years of
the second World War and the
immediate Post-War period, im-
port and currency control served
a most useful purpose in en-
suring the regular supply and
distribution of many of the ne-
cessities of life; in doing this,
controls were of immense bene-
fit both to this Island and the
total war effort.
Quota Bequeathed

But now that the original
necessity of controls no longer
exists, their retention becomes
merely a_ protection to certain
members of the community
against the rigours and competi-
tion of free trading, and in ré-
taining unnecessary controls un-
der the present system of quotas
for a longer period, one may find
a quota bequeathed from gener=




' The Mexican Chief Executive,
1 Who was a candidate for the Nobel
Peace Prize “considers the prison-
er issue as the only obstacle to-
wards the signing of the truce,
Tello said. The Foreign Minis-
ter said the formula was present-
ed to U.N. Secretary General
Trygve Lie and members of ‘bo |





world organ‘zation last week by
the Mexican delegate Luis Padil-
lo Neavo and calls for:

1. “The immediate exchange
of prisoners” who may have vol-
untarily expressed their wish to
te repatriated.

2. Pledges of each member of
the United Nations “to receive in
iis territory, a mumber of those
prisoners” who do not wish to be
repatriated,

3. Countries of temporary asy-

; z jum to grant to prisoners “an im-
ot not Heliealons that in’ 2¥6 igration status that would allow
some seven years after the Et to work So as not to become
to find that controls are retained pel lc charges.

to such an extent that one cannot |









mander of the Fourth Army at
San Antonio, Tex. (International)





Tunisian
Question Will
Reach U.N.”

TUNIS, Sept. 10.

Informed French sources were
convinced on Wednesday that no
Franco-Tunisian agreement could
be reached in time to prevent the
issue of s*Punisian independence
from coming before the United
Nations General Assembly.
approval in Paris of the Be
the long-awaited reply to
reform proposals onl
heighten the gloom, Although the
details of the note are being care-
fully kept secret experts are sure
that it merely would serve to in-
dicate Bey Sidi Lazni



eal

the Democratic Senatorial

whelming victory over the politi-
unknown illiam Semeraro.
In November, Flanders will face
nomi-

nee Allan Johnston, but Republi-

‘an nomination is virtually the

same as election in Vermont,

—U-P.



Korean Truce Most

Important Item On

Coming U.N.Agenda

UNITED NATIONS,
Wew York, Sept. 10.

Secretary General Trygve Lie

of the United Nations said on

The | Wednesday,
y with| peace will be “the most import-
French } ant” question to be discussed by
served to|the forthcoming United Nations

that the Korean

General Assembly. Lie, wits has:
just returned from a vacation in

Europe, said that he is leaving for

London and Paris later to-day to

Pasha’s| Giscuss the agenda of the Gen-| -



BELGRADE, Sept. 10.
‘Sixty three bodies have
been recovered from the
refloated hulk of the 738 ton
Danube ferry “Nis”, which
capsize’ yesterday during a
violent hailstorm, taking an

estimated 90 persons tu
death,
The sunken ferry was

raised during the night by
a floating crane and towed
to Belgrade harbour where
a cordon of police kept
bewsmen and photographers
from viewing the vessel

itself, -
police today reluc-

t-ntly confirmed the number
of recovered so far,
but ‘used further details.
it revealed however

oy
among ‘
on the tiny ferry -

118
which crosses the Danube to
a Belgrade suburb. —U.Y.







Skill And

Mr, A.
Trinidad government sees
people in the British West

depression because of the lack of natural resources.

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept
A. Shenfield, former Economie Adviser to the

Enterprise

10,

no fundamental reason why
Indies should suffer economic

He

thought they could reach a high standard of living by skil

and enterprise
Shenfield expressed
Trinidad Chamber cf

these
Commerce.

the
time

members of
was at the

views to

He

addressing them on “the economic aspects of British Wes

, Indies Federation.”

Menziés Calls

Peiping Peace

Conference A ‘Fake’

: Indies,
} an. economic matter; it was also ;
| pclitical project working toward

Wederation of
he said,

the
was

British Wes‘
not merel>

th» creation, of a new nation and
should not be judged by economic
erliteria.

One major purpose the federal

yscheme pointed out was that of

giving colonies inthe area higher

CANBERRA, Sept. 10.) status in negotiations with othe

Prone Minister Robert Menzies! peoples
in a statement in the House of! mere fact that an area is poor



and governments, The



cupied by the Bank will also be
demolished,

A completely new building will
be erected on the site, and it is
expected to take approximately
hree years during which time the
Bank will continue to occupy the
Temporary Premises at Lower
Byoad Street.

Reds Arrest 2
U.K. Officers

BERLIN, Sept, 10.
British authorities announced on
Wednesday night the arrest by
‘ommunist police of two British
ficers in East Berlin and the
lisappearance of three British
oldiers in East Germany on the
highway between Berlin and West
Germany,
Major Generel “C. “Fo C-ete
man, British... commandant
Berlin, demanded the immediate



in







































N he Jrelease of the officers in a letter
open a Provision business and ormalcy determination to let the Protec- rr ith British d ~—| Representatives. on Wednesday, | said, or relatively poor in natura’ [to 8. S. A, Dengin, Chief of the
; eral Assembly wit ritish an ry ada repr hare ast yl 4 m , ,
trade in the most important items torate’s case for independence| French officials. Lie said that he! First H-Bomb May randed the coming peace confer-| resources, does not mean tha [Soviet Control Commission for
connected = therewith cea’ When normalcy returns toltake its chance when the Assem-| had no knowledge of a move by 2 ence at TRU, asa Sake and an-|people have to be poor. They | Berlin, U.P.
quotas on these commodities Korea the plan provides that) ply meets in October, Bri settle ‘rean dead- r . hounced that the Australian gov could reach a high standard
were established on trading dur-| countries of origin would grant] * € gy Sedan yay Gest — Be Tested During ernment would deny passport! jiying by their enterprise anc a i
ing the period 1936 to 1939? A) prisoners “facilities and sssur-| Veteran observers pointed 10] Janos but that the new Mexican a frcilities to all prospective dele={¢Ki)| Carpenter Dies
matter of 13 years ago. lances that might be required for] these main factors, Firstly, a note PaGaL. es P prisoner exchange! Next Two Months gates, He said that passports held $
Is it not equally ridiculous to) their immediate repatriation.”| handed by an intermediary of the ae ras aapehdl coreid enutineens “ eclive delegates would be He said people in the W est In- After Seabath
think that the quotas, established} Tello said Aleman’s formula was| Bey to Resident General Jean de =" wP.! WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. i immediately, and pass-|dies could live in a dec nt stat Fe :
in the early ‘war years, have re-| received with “favourable re-|Hauteclocque’s deputy in Tunis | A test of the world’s first hydro-J ports withheld from prospective (dard but they needed capital for aes
mained practically unchanged | action” from some nations but|on Tuesday, although they knew gen bomb may be made during egatcs who had not yet ob-/enterprises, Whether British or Ninete n-ycar-old All in Dev-
and as such make no allowance| declined to name them. that de MHauteclocque himself z ea | the next two months at the United} ‘'PS° °°" American nosaes men xould have fonish, a carpenter of Cuttin
for the ebb and flow of individual —UP. @ On Page 6 W La Delegates W ill | States nuclear weapons proving He | that the Australian gov- |) race ee Lis ts noe ee Road, Haggatt Hall St. Mich rel,
business under free trading con-| ! ground in the mid-Pacific. ainenataa ult mot be eupatty to ay are ¥ x nb a got _ ae while prin on
3? after ; i 3! ee ara es @ x fn . iin + ; i a i “SS 10W ir e «sea orthing shortly
Ce a eke ee ° Visit Ottawa minjdoint Atomic Eneruy Com-| ussisting ny Australian 0 at-|""Nothing was more important tc latter mid-day yesterday, He wi
ae c 5S bs nd the Peiping conference and] she e hy sress of the We pe yc e ral
Goat er See eaten: _ ise: A Cheson Accuses China (From Our Own Correspondent) announcement says that a task}, ciation with the conference fadien’ ised teen capital t brought out of the SL cee
fore these quotas are in actual | LONDON, Sept. 10. |force will “conduct tests in the} }, Aus raiians was contrary to is likely to come from overseas. [1:20 P-m. and died 55 minutes
fact individually obsolete. Representatives of West Indian|#Utumn months this year looking] A\siralia’s best interests.U.V. |Shenfield is at present on a sur- Vater
The island’s ee te s 66 $9 | Governments now in London will} toward the development of atomic eeeae a ene te Ay Allan, along with his broth
pee iat ae -aaeens Seine cies Of B t ] OF ll 3 it is believ visit Ottawa on| Weapons.” ae ey raed : Lionel, arrived at Worthing Beach
food are at present being im-| Y ruta a ousness their return eer In the Cana-! The announcement left open the| eS eae InGles: 40) t . betherat about {180 aan, fei
ported, Flour, Pickled Meats, | dian capital they will talk over|Guestion of the specific types of | * y A Smith was also bathing in the
Rise, Sams. ES Sg eee WASHINGTON, Sept. 10, with government officials trade itomic weapons, but an earl-| U.S. Aid Produces sea with them,
n Page 7 = : aa ta atters they are now discussing | official statement pointed to " Bertie »dford Worthing
. | cn, Secretary. of State Dean Acheson assailed Communist] matters, ihe» are new cueing progrew in developing te tare: | “Little Exiendship” | Kipping Will Not [vce 'entetniest, grins
LORRY CATCHES FIRE China on Wednesday for the brutal callousness” of its] Government. “ten bomb which may be 1,000; *4 : b I PI Devonish and brought him ashore
treatment of American Missionaries and businessmen. De-| To-de,’s meeting on Canada— | tines mom pore than the WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. | Lead Trade Mission Cpl. Murphy quickly. arrived on
MOTOR lorry X—1162 caught, tailing the “Communist brutality” that led to the death in| West Indies trade relations con-| 1b.—C.P. Sgnator A. Willis’ Ropertson | * the scene and along with Di
fire along Kingsland Road, Christ! past years of four Americans in China, Acheson told his tind 108 oh aeeaeeds Se an’ gala that Unitea States economic Be ae ea Pe a Inniss of Trinidad, eh iy holi-
"| ¢ re C “e@' ; ist | Bbetwe : 7 a : iid as produced “tremendou aying at Leith Guest ouse,
ene ae rk ae ee ena Bows conference: “We only know that these Communist tives and Ministry officials. There | Ss. Koreans Retake fe wits a Wasa” european LONDON, Sept. 10 oitise vrtificial ee viration
Mondes. Fact as Fon damnaned crimes will be forever cordemned by those who believe in| were two sessions — before and | recovery, but “very ittle friend-| Sir Norman Kipping will no Cpl Murphy told the Advre-4
‘rhe igery 3 owned and was| simple iustice and fair play for human beings.’ {after lunch, : et dada “Capitol Hill” ship for us”. The Virginia Demo-|lead the British trade mission tc]¢hat after about 55 minutes Dr.
being driven by Adolphus Jones He also said the Korean truce talks inevitably will : Foes pee «a at cra:, who returned this week from |Jamaica next month, Although linniss pronounced death, ”
of Silver Hill, Christ Chureh. come up for discussion at the United Nations General] (2"py the “West India Committee. | i SEOUL. KOREA, Sept. 10 Wuropenn tip, said th t ithe ois name Wei oe connected! Mr. G. B. Griffith, Coroner of
i i ; ) us , c ee . 5." Sou orean infantrymen re-| countries who receiver arsna vith 1e enterprise > o ody to be removed to the ic
oe, Fase, eee, eS moor, Assembly meeting next month, but refused to be drawn} Among those ppeseent wore bt | copia ve, eats eh Bs wo aamia taling dinated seam Hein. be aioe to ite: pweean bens oa ores x pure
’ : 2 2 ’ ; § : ‘ , . rict 4 é ¥ a °
Same out to the fire. out on United States strategy. 4 J. M ame a Mr! igznt bayonet charge and then| ow the money should be spent.|of the Federation of Bri h In oth ane sermistisk tortie
a ee Re diet ihn mea He said reports that his gov- Walker, r. us : Raaté wwe, threw back the counter-attacking| The governments of some nations| dustries S'r Arehibald Forbes ¥ nye fr mei Se
ernment would take the lead in|Grantley Adams, Mr. Raatgever) (1) nose at daybreak. have not gone. out of their way to in Canada at the same tim porary n weit” ee Free a
bringing up the question “grew|and Mr. Gomes In five days’ vicious close-in] give us credit for the money.’ mo exam nati witl “be. per
out of a misunderstanding” of | Aghting for the central front hill ir Jorman chairr = of he cident + ed
what the United States delegate ‘ Th -¢. | troops of the crack “Capital” divi- Robertson aid that Unitec BI. and it i onsidered in-|attentior Visite t vnc
Ernest Gross said in a radio in- Mossadegh lo Make ision’ have killed or wounded at|States «id to North »Aslant:|advisable for two heads of jdomestic st '
|terview recently. Cc P \least 2,300 Chinese, the Eighth] Treaty countries should ohe re-jorganisation to be ut Of tthe | re ae nts of surrount listri
! Discussing the vlight of Ameri- éer ro s08als Army estimated. stricted to those “will’ng to eo-|country at the same time flocked to the beach to
can missionaries and businessmen ount | ? | The fighting for the hill pro-| operate” in carrying out their de- It is understood that an alter=| glimpse of the bod
jin Red China, Achtson said 156 TEHEPAN, Sept. 10. | duced the heaviest Communist ar-| fence ogreements He said that|native leader of the mission has Someone in the district ‘s
| Amerieans still remain there and Premier Mohammed Mossadegh | tillery Barrages of the war, The Western European countries “need |been su ed to x Colo jallout a 999 call, but when the va
'37 are in prison or under house} j, yejiably reported to be prepar- United States Fifth Air Force said]jno more economic rehabilitation iffice who are expec ed to issue}, ed on the scene Devonich
- arrest. H2 specificially charged ing counter proposals to the settle-/that fighter-bomber pilots knock-|from us.” although Greece might}the names of delegates sometime) was already dead. An ambulance
Bera Reds with causing the death! pent of the Anglo-Iranian oilléd out 100 Communist supply} be an exception —U.P, next wee from the ,General Hospital also
of at Icast four Americans in-| gispute suggested by Truman andj tfucks, the highest score since Fy Seed eae 27 _.. arrived atthe spot.
|eluding Catholic Bishoo Francis Churchill. Informed sources said Et

early June—C.P.
\Fiousiy: made simlist charges. | et 120 propoaie Ha@he oa ae .
| Acheson said Ford died last ee aa aan ne Mos-
February, after being subjected | cagegh and the Shah after meet-
to “maltreatment and humiliation |jng yesterday, agreed that the
in the presence of people he hac| goor must be left open to further

j served.” a . a | telks. Mossadegh instructed Radio
| There are other American, and



CROWD AT WORTHING BEACH

Taximan Charged
With Murder

(From Ouy Own Co*respondent)















: c d Teheran not to broadeast anti- GEORGETOWN. BG
yfnrelan ee similarly eee reid British talks for the time being. 7 e : Sept 10
ae t reed wh still are Jap) _ Dre Schacht, | farmer German Domingo Botta, $8. rderucia
Arbeson said. “They continue tol covernment -Anance expert °°0, | wireless operator on the Italian
"HL B. INCE |\fe denied the basic rieht to com-|sinutes, then lunched with the|{teamship Isa Parodi died in
S. H. DALGLIESH . H. B. INCE Sb iecpera aes enow i mutes, ae unche ee Se hospital Tuesday night following
2 | the ‘ghatéel on. which: hie “aie tees " sa a nap the Anglo-|@ stab wound which | puncture:
| ds Dal liesh } held to t ve ¢ “cess tc counsel or o ore - ee ; his lung and which he received
nee uccee * . o have access to coun American proposals in the oil dis- Gtechdas inorhine “4uring a|
oe ns May Me = . and pute, but a quorum was not e HOU brag’ Potins: Folate. tevd
- a 6 ‘ open trial. The standarc vir l}.ent and no decisions were taken. od ee un a
At Royal Bank Of Canada 'eicons Magar’! OPS. Est lariver who charged with th
7 faeawonu soe agg Me Lie dd Police allege a dispute arose |
Mr. F. H. B. Ince, the newly bank in 1945 from leave of cb- si ' ’ :

RUSSIA SEEKS TO pepween a wotsan aot § snipes i
HINDER 5 NATIONS } which " developed into a fight be
| FROM U.N. MEMBERSHIP \tween the taximan and the sea

'
UNITED NATIONS ) man. Botta in an effort to ser

|
BOW TREE LEAVES |
TAKEN AS GIFTS | New York, Sept. 10. jarate the men was stabbed by the| &
The Soviet Union moved on|t#ximan. | 4
|
j
i



sada lepree nods.—U.P.
sence while on military servieo| third degree methods.—U.P.

with the Canadian army, he was
appointed manager of one of the
bank’s branches in Ottawa, On-
tario and at the beginning of 1952
he returned to the West Indies)
as Inspector of branches under)
Port of Spain supervision. |



appointed manager of The Royal
Bank of Canada in Barbados is
expected to assume his mew
duties shortly. Mr. Ince arrived
in Barbados on September llth

He w s born and received hi+
educction in the island. He
joined the Royal Bank of Canads







CALCUTTA, Sept. 10 | Wednesday to pigeon-hole the ap-), Botta was buried this afternoon
The sacred leaves and seeds of, plications of Japan, Libya, and/?" @ coffin covered with the








‘ " i by ‘he Holy Bow Tree Addbodh three Indo-Chinese states for ad-| Italian flag and attended by offic

: 7 in 1926 and ir Mr. Ince is accompanied by ‘* . state | ee H c
pF wou pater Ay to Canada |his wife, whom he met and mar-, Gaya, where Gautarna Buddha mission to the United Nations.|¢rs and men of a sister ship thé (iaapaene
1929) was * tched to|ried while stationed in Montreaj, attained emancipation, are being The Russian delegate Jacob Malik|Mario Paolina G, which entered : So
where he wae Gam sme? and one son Peter ; taken gifts ty Indian part’ctp-| told the United Nations Security! port shortly after noon, The Isa ”
the bank's Balifax branch. He ‘ ster. ‘ { «nts in the second world Buddhist; Council that the consideration of | Parodi left for Canada Sunday ¥

lat moved to Montreal| Mr. Ince succeeds Mr. Dalg-' - set ; | a a c = ‘
was ater fF , - liesh who has been promoted ta Conference in Japan on Septem-'|these nations was “untimely at! The Italian ship was chartered
where he served in various | oe : oth sainii’s ber 25, Junapatna rief Priest| this moment”, @d proposes that}by the Alcoa Company to do} ; % : 5 :
branches and in Head Office |the managership. © e ankS. 4nd Secretary of e Mahabod/ they be referred to the Council’s}freighting between Canada and Over 100 people gathered at Worthing Beach yesterday to get a glimpse of the body of Allan Devonish.
Credit Department branch at Georgetown, British Soojot Calcutta, said on Tues-)} Standir Committee or member-| 3ritish Gulana and the West| Devonish, who was bathing in the sea at Worthing, got into difficulties, He died ahout 55 minutes after

Following his return to the | Guiana. day night.—U.P, ship. —U.P, Indies he was brought ashore,









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a le.

FPTSHE HON. A. P. T. JAE

M.L.C. of Trinidad came in
by B.W.LA.. on Tuesday on a
hort visit. He will also be v -
ing St. Lucia, Grenada, Mar-

tinique, Guadeloupe, and Curacao
before returning home,

Student Returns



NV ISS MARGARET MUIR,

daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
A, P. Muir who is a student in
England, returned by B.W.1.A.—
B.O.A.C. on Tuesday to Bnrgls
via Trinidad and Jamaica.
had been spending her vacation
with her parents.

For Five Weeks
R. C. RAMPERSAUD, a Civil



Servant, returned te Trinidad
on Monday “Mast by B.W.1.A. after
spending five weeks’ holiday i

the island as a guest at Indramer
Guest House.

Holidaying Here
R. AND MRS. A. H. GOM.S
were among the arrivals
from British Guiana on Moncay
by B.W.LA. for one month's ho'i-
day. They are guests at Enmo-e
Hotel, Collymore Rock.

Q.C. Mistress Returns
RS. FRANK BYNOE, Senior

Enclish Mistress, Queen's
College, is back in the Island.
She left for England on 11.h
April on long leave. Among the
many places she visited was
Stratford-on-Avon to attend a

course et Shakespeare’s Memorial
Theatre under the auspices of the
British Council,

Enjoyed Stay

R. ROY MILLINGTON, Eng-
' lish Master at Harrison Col-
lege, returned home from Brook-
lyn, New York on Monday evening
via Puerto Rico. He has been
spending three mionths’ holiday
as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Morris. Mrs, Morris is his aunt.
Mr. Millington said that he had
an enjoyable stay in Brooklyn.

From Antigua
R. F. NUNES was among the
passengers
Antigua by B.W.1.A. on Monday.
He has come over for one week’s
holiday as a guest at the Hotel
Royal. i

Back to Trinidad
RS. HENCKELL and her

daughter Greta returned to
San Fernando, Trinidad on Friday

by B.W.LA, after spending two
weeks’ holiday as guests at
Worthing. © i

Spent Week-end

R. S. SAMAROO who came
+ over by B.W.LA,. from Trini-
.dad for the week-end returned
~home on Monday. He is Pro-
prietor of Samaroo Bottling Ltd.,
and during his stay here was a
guest at Worthing, Christ Church.

CROSSWORD

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Rupert is horrihed at what he
has seen, “* The Imp saict that al!
his work would be spoiled, and ut
has been."’ he moans. * Every.
thing is burned up.”" Beyond the
bedge he spies more blackened
erass aad, befding-over i. che

Geure of Tiverlilyy the connirer's

Phone 4220

arriving from .

| tion's chief motion picture photo-

, nature he said adding that there}

TR.

Leads Parade From B.C.
§ RS, VERE BRANCKER ar-
; : a -Ya4 rived by B.W.1A. from



3ritish Guiana on Monday to spend

a month’s holiday in the island.
During her stay here she wil) be
a guest at Enmore Hotel,

hugineer Holidaying

R. A. T. WASON, B.A., Sc.,
+ Assistant Colonial Enginee:
of St, Lucia arrived in the colony
during the week by B.W.LA. He
is accompanied by his wife and
they have come over for a short
noliday.

Arriving the previous week was
Mrs. H, R. Wason who is sailing
for England on the S.S. De
She will be joining her husband
who is Government Surveyor of
St. Lucia and who is on Study
Leave in that country.

Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Master
Allan Jones, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Errol Jones of Wellington
‘treet who celebrated his third
birthday on Saturday 6th Septem-
her. To mark the occasion a
party was held and many of his
tittle friends were present to
celebrate with him. He cut the
eake with his aunt, Miss Patsy
Thomas after which all joined
in wishing him all happiness in
his future years.
For oon
R. DOUGLAS GILL of Sun-
bury Plantation and Mrs.
Gill, formerly of Paul Over. St.
Vincent, were arrivals by B.W.LA.
during the week. They were
married in St. Vincent on the 16th
August and flew over to Bequia
for their honeymoon. Mr. Gill is
a Barbadian.

Back Home

R. AND MRS LUCKY of San
Fernando, Trinidad were
among the passengers leaving by
B.W.1.A, on Sunday. They had
been spending two weeks’ holiday
here as guests at Indramer Guest
House. Mr. Lucky is a Theatre
Proprietor in San Fernando,
Joined Husband
RS. KEITH GONSALVES who
came over during the week-
end to spend a few days with her
husband left yesterday for .Trini-

CURVACEOUS actress Marilyn
Monroe sports a wide smile and
o low cut gown as she lvads the
‘tss America beauty pageant at
Atlantic City, N. J. Grand Marshal
of the parade, Miss Monroe led 52
American beauties from all over
the nation im a gala spectacle
* owed by 100,000. (International)

Barrister on Business
R. LOOBY, Barrister-at-Law

arrived here on_a_ short gad, Mr, Gonsalves came over with
business visit from Tennessee, Mr. George G. Money, Local
U.S.A. H® hopes to be leaving in Director of Barclays Bank, on

A few days. He is a guest at
Indramer Guest House, Worthing.

Short Holiday
RK, Q. FARARA arrived in the
island from Antigua on Mon-
day on a short holiday. He is a

guest at Indramer Guest House,
Worthing.

business. She was a guest at the
Marine Hotel.
R,

Vew Appointment
M GRAYDON SEALY, B.A.,
son of Mr. and Mrs, Camp-
bell Sealy of Salters, St. George,

former pupil of Lodge School and

, graduate of Codrington College

rom Venezuela left the island on Monday by

R. AND MRS. CUENCA came B.W.1.A. for Kingston, Jamaica

in on Monday from__Ven- where he will take up an _appoint-

ezucla for two weeks’ holiday, ment at Kingston College c~
Mr. Cuenca is a Solicitor and Classical Master,

A farewell party was held at
his parents’ residence prior to his
departure,

during their stay here he and his
wife will be guests at the Marine
Hotel.

LISTENING |
HOURS

THURSDAY, Sept. 11, 1952

1 — 7.15 pum, 19.76 M 25.54 M

4.09 pm. The News, 410 p.m. The
Meiy Service, 4.15 p.m. King George
V: His Life & Reign, 4.45 p.m. Sporting
Record, 5.00 p.m. Rugby League Foot-
ball, 5.06 p.m. Rimsky Korsakov, 5.15
oom. Listenee’ Choice, 6.00 p.m. Welsh
Diary. 6.15 p.m, Merchant Navy Pro-

Pictures Taken
With Sheep’s Eyes

NEW YORK, Sept. 10.
The American Medical Associa-



grapher revealed Wednesday that
he is taking pictures with sheep's
eyes. Ralph Creer said he got the
idea from his own lectures.

He was always telling amateur

me : ramme 6.32 p.m Dance Muse, 6.45
photogr aphers that man-made & no : Sports Round-Up & Programme
ground lens was the duplication parade, 7.00 p.m, che News, 7.10 p.m

of eyes, as nature makes them, Home News From Britain





He began wondering if the du- 7-!5 — 10% p.m. |... 25.58M 31 ad Mt
plication was as veal as he was 7.15 p.m. We See Britain, 7.45 psn
saying. So he got fresh sheep’s Championship Bands, 8.15 p.m. Paulo
eyes from the Armour research Newsreel, 8.30 p.m Shepiak Dispel
| laboratory in Chicago, fitted them Sn? Editoruin 00 pm From Th
| with shutters and ground glass pPyomenade Conce'ts, 10.00 p.m. The
openings in the retinas and took News, 10.10 p.m, News Talk, 10.15 p.n
pictures. A Day in The Life of "Mr. Speaker

As a lens maker for photo- 10.50 p.m. King George V: His Life &

- Reign

graphers, man has it all over “#" wil



~ Enchanting —
Diamond Rings
LOUIS L, BAYLEY

was pecheene no practical value}
in-what he had done. But he is}
continuing his experiments. Re-
searchers may take up his idea,
) and it all may lead to something,
| he continued.
| Right now Creer is trying to
| keep sheep’s eyes—that is work-
| able as lenses — for indefinite
| periods. And he is trying to}
| change the focal length of sheep's
eyes by electrical stimulation.
heep’s eye lenses have a focal
len, of only a few inches. The
lenses “cloud” efter a few hours.
But the fact remanis he has taken
sharp pictures with them even in
colour,

Creer announced his experi-
ments at the annual meeting of the
Biological Photographic Associa-
tion of which he is a past Presi-
dent.

OPENING FRIDAY

2.30 — 445 & 8.35 p.m,
and Continuing Daily 4.45 and
8.30 p.m.

—U.P.

Adventure—29



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Polio Stricken
Mother Sees
Baby On T.V.

DETROIT, Sept. 10.
A polio-stricken mother rested
contentedly in her iron lung on
Wednesday after Seeing her baby
on television, A television set

was brought to Mrs, Dorothy
Rakke’s bedside and five weeks
old Dennis “starred” on a local

television station programme for
his mother. ‘

The pretty 29-year-old mother
wes stricken on August 10, the
Gay after she returned from hos-
pital with her new baby. Yes-
terday was the first time she had
seen him since then. Before the
“show” she asked that a nurse
stand by her to “wipe away tears
if I ery beeause | don’t want to
miss anything.” But she was all
emiles. Tears of joy did not come
until after Dennis, hela by his
sister Jane 2% disenpeared from
the screen.—U.P.



Wife Of Automobile
Manufacturer
Slaps Waiter

MONTE CARLO, Sept. 10.

Directors of Monte * Carlo
‘Casino said today they requested
British automobile manufacturer

Sir Bernard Dudley Docker and
his wife to stay out of the famous
resort

They said Lady Docker slapped
the face of a casino waiter, com-
Blained loudly about the fashion
show presented by Christian
Dior and stoog in front of work-
ers trying to move a_ portable
stage Sunday night.

The slap was administered
when the waiter presented the
bill the directors said. Among
thoce present in the casino at the

time was Prince Aly Khan.

Docker is head of the Daimler
Automobile works, whose cus-
tomers include the British Royal
family. He himself owns a gold-
plated limousine worth $43,000.

UP.

Bride-To-Be Waits
A Fruitless 5 Hours

cs INDIANA, Sept. 10.
A jilted bride-to-be promised
to forgive her intended bridegroom
on ednesday after a five-hour
sit-down strike in his front yard
ended without reunion. But pretty
red-haired Mrs. Martie Gerding,
23, said that she would not give

up trying to locate Paul Burke.



Mrs. Gerding, mother of a five-
year-old son by a previous mar-
riage told the police that she and
Burke were to be married last
Saturday. She said that she had
not seen him since Friday. She
perched herself on a tree stump
in front of Burke’s home yester-
day and stayed there for fiv
hours till the police persusded

her to give up. She left with un-
identified friends, “es

The martfiage would have cli-
maxed a_ three-week courtship.
Mrs. Gerding told authorities that
she had known Burke three years
however “I've given up my job
and my apartment, and now I’m
without a job and without a place
to live,” she said, She said that
she would forgive Burke if he
had changed his mind. “All he has
to do is explain face to face”, sne
said. While she kept up her vigil
watching, neighbours offered her
food. She refused anything but a
drink of water. “I'm on a hun-

ger strike too,’ she hold them.
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* FOR THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1952

Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
«x find what your outlook is, according to the stars.

ARIES
MK March 21—April 20

*
*

—You who engage in civic group activities,
experimenting with medicines, chemicals
and other worthy matters are especially
favoured now.

* *

TAURUR Take = as you do pleasures Try
-- asks as 3} pleasures. ry
April 21-—May 201, discover the good points in persons; be
not critical, nor gullible. No stalling on,

job.

—You active-minded folks can build suc-
cess to-day. Play up versatility; attend
to important things first. Relax sufficient-
‘ly.

% aay Stans 21
*

CANCER
Tune 22—July 23

*

—Exercise steady, energetic effort. Press-
ing astutely when necessary, you can ad-
vance. Be mindful you have responsibili-

wr ile eo?

—There will be need for extra thought to-
day. Indications point to active, fast
moving events, maybe new problems. Try
to improve your position. ‘

*

—Show a shrewd, keen interest in your
affairs; maybe you can achieve some top
honours. Give ample time to family.

*

—General outlook favours business, finan-
cial and professional matters, Good rays
predominant for things requiring vigour,
sound judgment; also the arts,

-

—May be times to-day when delicate sit-
uations must be handled. Do not allow
sentiment or personalities to sway you un-
wisely. Romance favoured.

*

*
+
*
*

LEO
July 24—Aug. 22
VIRGO
Aug. 23—Sept. 23

Sept. 24—Oct. 23

*

SCORPIO
Oct. 24—Nov. 22

xnaxernwn«wnk re

SAGITTARIUS
Nov. 23—Dec. 22

*
*
x

—Your aspects stress extra care in busi-
ness and personal conduct. Be gracious,
even if at times you don’t feel like it.

*

—With mind open and unbiassed by petty
thoughts you can move forward apprecia-
bly in most essentials. Could be produc-
tive period if properly handled.

CAPRICORN
Dec. 23— Jan. 2)

—Encouraging, stimulating period now.
Get to the crux of things promptly, don’t
day-dream, skip along aimlessly. Keep

wide awake.
* *

«x AQUARIUS
Jan. 22 — Feb. 20

* ¥

—Stay close to facts, sound principles. Be
rightly ambitious, high-minded to attain
confidence from associates.

PISOES

KM Feb. 21 —Mareh 20

x _YOU BORN TO-DAY: Virgo leans toward the highly in-
telligent. You can be depended upon in hour of need, will
unselfishly assist those in stress. Trust your intuition reason-
ably, don’t disregard it. Can achieve in varied endeavours,
as writing, music, public office, manufacturing, Birthdate of:
Jas. Thomson, Eng. poet; O. Henry (Wm. Sydney Porter)
Amer short story writer; Franees Drake, astronomer, feature 4

K writer.
Ce SS ES SRS ROSS

Empire Preference
Faces New Fight

“Express” Staff Reporter

WASHINGTON,
Britain seems to be facing
another hard fight to hold on to
her Empire Preferences—already
assaulied and dented by interna-
tional trade conferences at Geneva
and Torquay,

zkxekekekKkK ke MH SM

3. A campaign to lower Ameri-
can tariffs so that sterling nations
can increase dollar exports;

4. Dollar aid with the object
of Britain freeing the £

conference
the go-ahead

The Commonwealth
will have to give

The new assault is expected to
be linked up with any new finan- to any plan which adopts these
cial aid which may be sought by ideas. A spokesman at the,*
Britain after the Commonwealth British Embassy in Washington
vitesse Ministers meet in London Said recently:—
in November,

A “ - “Any talks so far have been
Alfred Friendly, of the Wash- near tentative. None of this

ington Post, one of the caj:tal’s
mest trustworthy and best in-
formed reporters, wrote recently
that four main points are being
studied independently by British
and American officials—

1, Five to ten-year agreements
under which the U.S, will buy
Commonwealth raw materials in a
iimited price range;

2, Large U .S. investmer:ts in
under-developed areas of the Com-
monwealth;

information came from our side,
but it is a very intelligent niece
of American thinking.

“We are glad it has been put
before the American people.”



Talking Point

A woman especially, if she has
the misfortune of knowing any-
thing, should conceal it as well as
Lane can.—Jane Austen.

EMPIRE >

To-morrow 2.30 & 8.30
3 Shows Sat, 1.30, 4.45 & 8.30
and continuing daily 4.45 & 8.30

GAIETY

The Garden—St, James
TO-DAY (Only) 8.30 P.M
“SPRING SONG”

Carol RAYE &
“WATERLOO ROAD"
James STEWART & John MILLS







Friday & Sat idnite '
. | pyr ah Special at. \
7 BUCKAROO
the Veen | Errol Fly on SHERIFF OF
1 . TEXAS &
TR TA ae || wtestin feoats.
Monte Hale
Patrice Wymore (Color)

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day's Special 1.30 p.m
“SPORT of KINGS”
Peul CAMPBELL &
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“RANGE JUSTICE
Johnny Mack Brown
“WESTWARD BOUND"
Ken Maynard & Bob Steele

Donald O'CONNOR &
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(Technicolor) “SIX GUN GOSPEL”
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TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M. LAST SHOWS
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4.45 & 8.30 p.m 4.40 & 8.15 oe ios eae Yvonne De Carlo
a rie we ve ouble
Tek onise Scott Brads A DOUBLE LIFE a
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Tony Curtis 1 WAS A SHOP Ronald Coleman and
Piper Laurie LaFTeR — ane alia
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2.30 & 8.30 p.m, WHITE TIE { Tomorrow 4.30
3 Shows Gat AND TAILS with & 8.30
1.30, 4.45 & 8.30 Starring Richard Arlen MAN FROM
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Feit tae. Marilyn Maxwell |S0NG OF NEVADA MRS. MIKE
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OUTSIDE THE at 8.30 Dick Powell
BATTLE AT WALL A grand farewell Evelyn Keyes
performance Saturday & Sunasy
APACHE PASS ae ot ar iain Madam O'Lindy and 4.30 & 8.30
In Blazing p ae AND Troupe in Alan Rocky Lane
Technicolor THE FLY cen ecee er Roy Barcroft
It's The Pightin, ,, Starring: saomerahnanen toads in
Story of the great Eric Portman Opening Satrday FORT DODGE
COCHISE Nadia Gray 4.45 & 8.15 STAMPEDE
Mid-Nite Sat. Saturday ve ew and
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>, Ferewail ; _s 3 aoe Broderick Crawford THE FLAME
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ARACAS NIGHTS THE MASKED in John Carroll
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER

B’dos May Again

li, 1952



Chamber Of Commerce

To Reconsider Decision

BARBADOS may again be represented at the British
Industries Fair in 1953. Following a Special General
Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at which Mr. A. E. V.

was present, the Chamber decided to reconsider
its decision not to participate in the 1953 B.I.F., and to

advise Government that the matter was receiving

attention of the Chamber,

Since the meeting
Barton, the Secret
Chamber ’ wethis
concerns who expressed an

terest exhibi at next
Fair, a Cunthnioe

Company and the Reliance Shirt
Factory Ltd. have both signified
= intention to advertise at the

The Barbados Products Ltd,‘

are reported to be giving the mat-
ter their condideration, and will!
advise later on what decision they
have reached, They will also meet
Mr. Barton when he returns to
Barbados and discuss the matter
urth

er.

Meanwhile, Mr. A. S. Bryden
has promised to interview those
persons who exhibited rum and
molasses at this year’s Fair, and
ask them to participate in the
next Fair.

The President said he had been
informed that Trinidad and Brit-
ish Guiana would be represented
in 1953, and added that Govern-
ment would be willing to stand
the cost of the booth which in the
past cost £500, but which will
now cost £600.

He pointed out that the feeling
in certain quarters is that parti-

Pedestrian Injured
In Accident

GERMAINE PILE, a pedestrian
of Brittons Hill, St, Michael, was
injured in an accident at the Pro.
byn Street Bug Stand at about
10.25 a.m. on Tuesday. She was
taken to the General Hospital
and detained,

Also involved in the aceident
was motor ’bus M—896, owned
by the Yonkers ‘Bus Co. and
driven by Clyde Richards of Mile
and Quarter, St. Peter.

.

CARLOTTA BOYCE of Bosco-
bel, St. Peter, is at present a
patient at the General Hospital.
She is suffering from a broken
left leg.

Boyce fell from the platform
of motor lorry A—134 at Bosco-
bel, Road, St. Peter, last week.
The lorry is owned by Turner
Hall Plantation and was _ being
driven by King Chandler.

*

A VERY UNUSUAL report
reached the Police yesterday. It
came from Cosfield Saunders of
Bank Hall, St. Michael,

He told the Police that while
he was under the influence of
alcohol he was lying on Top Rock
— at about 4.25 p.m. on Tues-
ay.

He stated that a car passed
over his right foot and fractured
it, He did not see the number of
the car or the driver.

Saunders was taken to
General Hospital by a
Patrol Car,

*

*

CASBERT BEST of Wood-
bourne, St. Philip, reported to
the Police that a bicycle was
stolen from the bicycle stand at
the Plaza Theatre, Oistins, be-
tween 9.00 p.m, and 10.40 p.m;
on Monday. It is the property of
Vernon Taylor of the same ad.
dress.

The Police are carrying out in-
vestigations,

C.C. To Be Represented
Ona Main Coronation C’tee

Mr. R. M. Cave was yesterday
appointed to represent the Cham-
ber of Commerce on the Main
Coronation Committee under the
chairmanship of His Excellency
the Governor.

The Council of the Chamber
will also ask Mr. Therold Barnes
to represent the Chamber on that
Committee, or alternatively, Mr.
Atwell of the City Garage



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the
cipation in the Fair would help
the prestige of the colony, and
that. in view of the fact that it

tion, it would be a very bad thing
if Barbados were not represented.



Molasses Report
Being Prepared

The importation into Canada of
fancy molass€s in bulk from Cuba
is causing greai concern in local

quarters, and the Exporiers As-
sociation and the Sugar Pro-
ducers Association have gone
into the Fancy Molasses Report
amid are expected within a few
days to submit a report contain-
ing positive reeommendations oa
the whole molasses industry to

Government.

This action was disclased by
Mr. H. A. €. Thomas at the
meeting of the Council of the
Chamber of Commerce when
they dealt with a letter from the
Colonial Secretary asking for the
Chamber’s views on the Fancy
Molasses Report.

When Government first invited
the Chamber to express their
views on the Report, the Council
appointed Mr. H. A. C. Thomas
and Major T. Bowring to go into
the matter with the Exporters
Association,

Joint Discussions

Mr. Thomas reported yesterday
that the Exporters Association
and the Producers Associa-
tion had held joint discussions on
the Report and submitted a
report to Government on the
industry as a whole. The Expor-
ters Association had also adopted
a Report which in a_ few days’
time would be forwarded to the
Government in reply to a letter
from Government asking for their
comments.

Mr. ‘Thomas said that the
Exporters Association had made
positive recommendations as to
what they considered should
be done to improve the situa-
tion.

Mr. A. S. Bryden surgested
that the Chamber should reply
to Government, pointing out
that the two organisations had
studied the Revort and that the
Chamber hoped that Govern-
ment would do something to
expedite matters in that con-
nection. He enquired what
steps were being taken
in connection with the importa-
tion into Canada of molasses in
bulk from Cuba, and it was
pointed out that the Export-
ers Associhttion and the Sugar
Producers Association have
taken a very serious view of the
molasses industry, and the fact
that there are different prices
being paid for Commonwealth
sugar and sugar which is be-
ing sold fim the World Market.

Recommendations

It was not a matter which
they felt should be taken with
any degree of complacency, and
one which needed urgent atten-
tion. In view of that the Associa-
tion of Shippers have made cer-
tain positive recommendations
which they are urging should be
carried out at the earliest oppor-
tunity.

Concern was expressed over the
fact that Cuba, with her exc*ss
sugar, instead of dumping it on
the market, would convert it in-
to fancy molasses at a lower cost
than it is made in Barbados, and
therefore it would have a very
serious effect on this type of trade
with Canada,

Mr. Thomas reminded members
that while they were enjoying a
considerable preference for sugar
in Canada, they were not given
the same preference in the case
of Fancy Molasses.





Will Meet

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



In Havana

Dr. Harkness To Represent U.K.

DR. J. W. P. HARKNESS, C.M.G., O.B.E., left last night

by 7 Cuba.
- Harkgess
ment at the ston

is to represent the United Kingdom Govern-
Meeting of the
American Sanitary Organisation

Directing Council of the Pan
ada Fourth Meeting of the

Regional Committee of the World Health Organisation for the

Western

phere.
Dr. Harkness will be accompanied by Dr. L. W. Fitz-

maurice, O.B.E., Director of Medical Services, Jamaica.

The meeting will open in Havana on the 15th September
and is expected to close on the 24th September. The Direct-
ing Council of the Pan American Sanitary Organisation com-
prises delegates from each of the 21 American republics. With
pawl ‘ne en a Canada, France, the Netherlands,

e i lom, it constitutes the regional commi
of the World Hgalth Organisation. - oak



CASE ADJOURNED IN
PROPERTY DISPUTE

HIS HONOUR Mr. A. J, H.
Hanschell in the Court of Original
Jurisdiction yesterday adjourned
until October 28 the case in which

‘Rebecca Lewis of Christ Churen

is claiming possession of a board
and shingle house, and lanc
situated at Deighton Road, from
Oliver Lewis of Dayrells Road,
Christ Church.

Mr. D. H. L, Ward instructed
by Messrs. J. C. Armstrong is ap-
ee oy ren while

r, J. E. T. incker is ap rij
for the defendant. wate

In the Police Court of District
“A” before His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod, Oliver Lewis was ordere«!
to give up possession of the land
and house or be ejected in ten
days. He appealed against the
decision.

Rebecca Lewis told the court
that as far as she knew her hus-
band Nathaniel Lewis died in-
tectate in Trinidad. She took out
letters of adminjistratiqn afters
wards and appointed James King
as her agent for collecting the rent
of the house. The house with land
attached is situated at Deighton
Road, Christ Church. The de-
fendant used to pay rent to her
agent.

James King said that the de-
fendant paid him rent for the
house from May 8, 1950 to Novem-
ber 6, 1950 and refused to pay any
more. As far as he knew the
plaintiff's husband died sometime
in April 1949.

Oliver Lewis denied that he
ever paid rent to King and said
that he owns the property.

T.B. RADAR

IN THE COLONIAL COURT of
Admiralty before His Lordship
The Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more yesterday, an application
was made for an order in the
sale of the motor vessel T.B. Radar
by tender, in the suit of the
awners, master and crew of the
Steamship Amakura against the

Michael and stealing articles to
the value of £10 6s. 6d.

The charge stated that the
offence was Committed sometime
between August 12 and August
16 this year.

Mr, Denis Malone is appearing
in the preliminary hearing on be-
half of the defendant, while
Inspector Franklyn is conducting
the case for the Police.

ON BOND

“YOU ARE A BIT too old for
fighting and misbehaving your-
self,” His Worship Mr. C. L. Wal-
wyn told 67-year-old labourer
Conrad Ifill of Eagle Hall yester-
day when he placed him on a bond
for three months for wounding
Golbourne Howell of Halls Road
on September 9.

_ Howell said he was standing
in the Jubilee Gardens and after
a disagreement the defendant
cuffed him over his right eye and
wounded him. He was attended
to at the Hospital. Ifill denied
cuffing Howell and said that
Howell was cut when both of

CE

A FINE OF 5/- to be paid in
seven days or seven days’ im-
prisonment was imposed on 65-
year-old James Brewster of St.
Matthias Gap, Christ Church by
His Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn
for making a disturbance on
Barnes Land, St. Michael.

One witness told the court that
the defendant stood in the road
shouting while performing a strip
tease.

Brewster said he was drinking
and did not know what he was
doing. !
INQUEST TODAY

Mr. G. B, GRIFFITH, Acting
Police Coroner of District “A
will resume hearing today in the
inquest into the circumstances
surrounding the death of Joseph
Smith (24) carpenter of Dalkeith,
Christ Chureh.

Smith died the

at General

he
motor vessel T.B. Radar, her Hospital a few minutes after

was admitted there on September

eee ee 7. Dr. A, S. Cato performed the

Mr. G. W. Farmer, instructed post morterh examination the

by Mr, D. V. Bynoe of Messrs.
Carrington & Sealy appeared for
the plaintiff.

His Lordship the Chief Justice
ordered that the offers for the
vessel shall be placed in sealed
envelopes and sent to the Marshal
of the Court, These envelopes
shall afterwards be brought to the
an and opened on October 1,
1952.

25/- FOR LOITERING

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C, L. Wal-
wyn, Police Magistrate of District
“A” yesterday fined Lawrence
Alleyne (30) better known as
“Baby Boy” of Spruce Street, St.
Michael 25/- for loitering on
Conchs Alley on September ¥.

The fine is to be paid in 14 days
or 14 days’ imprisonment with
hard labour. Alleyne had one
previous conviction.
LABOURER REMANDED

WINSTON WALROND alias
“Dauber”, a labourer of Ivy
Village, St. Michael was yester-
day remanded until September 12,
when he appeared before His
Worshi Mr, C. L. Walwyn,
charged with break: and enter-
radshaw &

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Clause Removed From
B ing

The Chamber of Commerce
have been inforn.ed that the Ship
Owners Allotment Committee
(New Zealand) have agreed to
remove the “objectionable” clause
from their Bills of Lading to the
effect that if cold storage accom-
modation was not available at the
port of transhipment, the ship-
pers reserved the right to take the
cargo to the next port of call.

The removal of that clause was
the result of immediate action be-
ing taken by the Chamber when
the matter was first brought up
in March by Mr. A. S. Bryden.



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W.H.O. Regional Committee C

C. Will Ask Gavieithent

To Abolisi Controls

@ From Page 1
Meats (to mention only a few).
At present, unfortunately, due to
unforeseen ‘circumstances, Rice is
in short stpply; but Flour, Pic-
kled Meats and Rice involve a
Government subsidy and this is
the current excuse given for the
retention of import control on
these commodities. However, has
not Professor Beasley in his re-
port, “A Fiscal Survey of Bar-
bados” recommended in effect
that Government subsidy on these
foodstuffs be abolished? Let us,
then, as a Chamber make repre-
sentation fo the Government to-
wards this end. Even if subsidies
on these commodities were abol-
ished, there will still be found
some other excuse for maintain-
ing controls because there are
many persons virtually making
their living out of controls and
are dependent on their continua.
tion, Let us get back to free trad-
ing when competition will keep

consumer ices at reasonable
levels, ani an over-purchase,
even if it in a hard currency
market, will automatically adjust
itself.

Cost of Controls
Let us not also forget that the
cost of controls, that of main-
taining the office and staff of the
Controller of Supplies is now an
unjustifiable expense on the com.
munity as a whole, and an en-
cumbrance to the business com-
munity in particular.
The Oils and Fats Axureement
is another instance «*° control
which has long outli vc

orig-
inal intention. While this mat-
ter is on the agenda ior the

meeting in British Guiana of the
Ineorporated Chambers of Com-
merce, I have reason to believe
that, under the new Oil and Fats
Agreement, free trade will be al-

lowed in Oil and Fats between|Adams and Mr,
the B.W.I, Colonies and British | from the London Talks and make
Guiana who are parties to the their report on the discussions
under- | there,

Agreement. However, I
stand, that Trinidad Government
for one, ratified the Agree.
ment but $o far our Government

has not and I suggest that the | ~~

Chamber urge our Government
to do so as soon as possible.

It is evident the consumer in
Barbados is not getting his full
requirements of Edible Oil, and
while I am willing to admit that
prices quoted by Trinidad may
be a little higher than those at
Present evens in Barbados,
the Barbados comsumer would
find it cheaper and in many in-
stances prefer to pay a little more
for Edible Oil rather than pay
still more for Lard Substitutes.
This is just another instance
where controls tend to increase
rather than decrease the cost of
living, The last War was fought
for Freedom but it is now up to
this Chamber to fight for free-
dom from Controls,

An Interview

Mr. 8. H. Kinch said that the
Commission Merchants’ Associa-
tion had gone into the matter, and
had decided to interview the
Controller of Supplies with re-
gard to the abolition of controls
on certain items, but that was as
far as they had reached in the

matter.

Mr, A. S, Bryden felt that they
would all like to get away from
controls, but he did not think it
was such an easy matter. He ad-
vised that they should wait and
see what emerged from the Can-
ada-West Indies Trade Talks now
— place in London, and said
that if there were any modifica-
tions then, there would be
need for Controls at all.

Mr, Atkinson was emphatic
that some strong representation
should be made to Government
regarding the mater, because
there was friction a'vong the in-
@vtdual firms which had quotas.
He said that the reason for main-
taining Controls, as related by

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the Controller of Supplies, was
that Government had to control
dollars, and that as long as Gov-
ernment was subsidis: certain
items, the controls wo not be
removed. He felt that that was
working a hardship on the com-
munity, and added that if free
trade were allowed, the consumer

would not mind pay a cent
more for an item if they were
getting it in good supply,

Little Effect on ice

Mr. J. O, Tudor agreed that the
subsidies should be taken off
since it woulq have little or no
effect on the price now id by
the consumer, and s that
(the money which was “now go-
ing down the drain” could be put
to better use,

Mr. H, A. C. Thomas said that
the two main factors to the ques-
tion of decontrols were (1) that
the British Government consid-
ered still that the Colonies were
in the dollar allocation, amq@ as
such, did not wish controls to be
removed on the spending of dol.
lars. The answer to that was that
if they spent all the dollars on
the essential materials which
were required, there was no
point in keeping the dollar con-
trols, On th@t particular point,
he felt that the delegates, to the
Conference in London were well
briefed.

The second factor was the ques.
tion of subsidisation, and once
Government was subsidising any
item or items, they did not want
them decontrolled, He felt that
they should clearly state that
they did not see the necessity for
maintaining the subsidies, |

Mr. A. S. Bryden counselled
the Council that the matter was
too important to make a “snap”
decision on it, and advised that)
action be deferred until Mr.,
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PAGE FOUR

" BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS a ADVOCAT

~ Bisse E TS ee ies Bre uinf
Printed by Che Advecnte Os, M44, Brews ét. Bridsetews

Thursday, September 11, 1952

FIRST PRIORITY

HOUSING in Barbados presents more
cbstacles than tan be solved by a few per-
sons, however well-informed.

But it deserves more attention than it
feceives.

Despite the operation of the Labour Wel-
fare Housing Organisation and despite the
subsidised government housing ‘estates at
the Pine and the Bay, the general housing
position of Barbados remains most unsatis-
factory. On the one hand there has been
an inerease (a rash might be a more apt
description) of house building for those

to whom material prosperity has resulted
from the increased spending which has
marked the last decade. On the other,
houses continue to fall apart slowly all
over the island for want of repair and to -
rest uneasily on loose stone perches, with-
out proper foundations.

And the increased prosperity of certain
individuals is tending to create a very
urgent housing problem because more and
more persons are being invited to buy land
on which they are now living or to leave
these lands if they don’t.

Notices to quit have been served on
“several residents of tenantries in the City
area and even in the country districts small
‘peasant farmers are being notified to leave

rented lands if they don’t want to buy
them.







| "The increase in wages, which has been
hailed by many as a sign of progress, is
responsible for the new “evil” which has
arisen with regard to land tenure. Because
of the increased spending power of the
mesces, a new class of nouveau-riches has
arisen in Barbados and these are buying
land and building houses on lands which
“were previously utilised by those in re-
‘eeipt of small wages.

In one city tenantry recently more than
400 renters of land have been served by a
new landlord with notices toquit. Already
one thousand persons who have been given
notice to quit tenantry lands in the City
have applied for house spots on govern-
ment owned housing estates. And more

“than three thousand persons are already
on the waiting list for houses on the gov-
ernment housing estates.

| This new displacement of persons from
house spots in the city and even in the
country aggravates the problems of hous-
ing which have always been associated in
the island with the uncertainty of land
tenure. ' Vim 6 IR
| The prevalence of wooden houses in an
island liberally endowed by nature with
coral stone has frequently been explained
as due to the uncertainty of land tenure,
although. there is evidence that other fae-
tors influence the decision to build houses
of wood. Prejudices against stone houses
can be traced to the association of stone-
houses with slave houses in some people's
minds while the belief that stone houses
are more productive of illness than wooden
houses is strongly entrenched locally.

That uncertainty of land tenure 18 not
the only reason for constructing in wood
is borne out by the number of wooden
houses all over the*island which are built
onto solid fixed foundations and by the
number of privately owned wooden houses
which stand on privately owned lands.

Undoubtealy the uncertainty of land
tenure is repeals for some of the large
number of wooden houses which form the
majority of the island’s house-shelters but
uncertain land tenure is not the only prob-
lem which affects the housing situation
today.

The major problem seems to be caused
by the deceptive prosperity which is pro-
duced by increased wages.

Despite continual increases in wages and
sugar bonuses, despite free education,
despite the operations of the Labour Wel-
fare Housing Organisation, the increased
cost of living which has necessarily re-
sulted from increased wages seems to
prevent any pe io maseritey. in the hous-

ition oO: majority.

fC svertinentls efforts to build houses and
rent them at uneconomic rents, while they
are valuable as shop-window advertising
and indicate a realisation by government
of the appalling housing conditions under
which so many thousands live in Barbados
today, can never achieve much without
exhausting the Treasury. ,

But much more could be done by the
government to encourage those who receive
higher wages to spend more on house im-
provements: and as a corollary of this en-
couragement government ought to offer
legislative protection to prevent tenants
from being turned off lands on which they
are resident until alternative sites can be
provided.

The housing difficulties of Barbados are
aggravated by the irregularities of “family”
life which result from associations outside
marriage thereby increasing the number

_of housing units required.

Further complications arise from systems
of inheritance by which houses left to
several persons are repaired by none.

But none of these difficulties will be
solved by refusal to tackle them. Nor will
they be solved by spending on playing-
fields money which is more urgently needed

to assist house improvements.

What is required is a realisation on the
part of everyone that the houses and not
the schools mould the citizens. In Bar-

bados this is not yet realised.

|
|

MAN ON THE RUN FLEES AFTER ANWEST EN PARIS | MALIK DOES A GOOD DEED

I Get Another False
Passport

PARIS was the worts place in
the world I could have chosen as a
hide-out. The French have a pas-
sion for passports and permits,

It had me very worried, Every-
where I stayed I had to produce my
passport and, while this was seem-
ingly in er, I did not know
whether the issue of it had been
traced to me.

The day after I should have
surrendered to my bail at Newent
(the village in Gloucestershire
where he had a inansion) most of
the English papers had something
to say about the man who had
“done a bunk.”

The following Sunday I was

| having a coffee in one of the big

cafés on the Chainos Elysées when
I heard an English voice say:
“This fellow doesn’t
though he knows what a gay
time is.”

Casually, I turned towards the
speaker. He was not talking to me,
but he was pointing to my photo-
graph in one of the Sunday papers.
It had the caption: “Police hunt
for man who lovis a gay life.”

I was petrified that, the man
would turn and recognise me. I
finished my coffee and slunk
away with a pretended limp.

Goods To Sell

‘Through a girl friend I met a
man who was the son of a pro-
minent French banker. He* had
acquired an option on a vast quan-
tity of American surplus goods,
he agreed to pay me a commis-
sion on anything I managed to
dispose of.

A small advertisement in the
Paris edition of the New York
Herald-Tribune quickly put me in
touch with prospective purchasers,
Responses came from Mexicans, a
Spaniard, a Turk, Danes and
Dutchmen, and a handsome -fel-
low from Peru.

I never thought that I should
ever try to sell mosquito nets in a
snowstorm, or that I should have
to tell some of the stories I did...

I had been told that in no cir-
cumstances whatdver was I to
mention tihe origin of the goods or
mention any names, It was an
impossible position,

i told them I had a friend who
was a dancer at the Folies Ber-
gere, who had a boy friend, whose
father was connected with a bank
which had taken over an option
to buy the goods.... It was such
an impossible and fantastic story

‘Reluctant Adlai Jolits

TODAY Frank James White
ends his confession. He has
jumped £1,000 bail in Eng-
land, after being accused of
fraud, and he has entered
France on a false passport.
He thought he would be safe
in Paris, with his smuggled
jewellery and his knowledge
of the city. It was not to be,
..+ And this is the document
that ended his stay in France.

that even I, who for years
specialised in the
was ashamed of it,

The effect it had on the men 1
told it to was electric. They lost
all interest in’ the surplus goods,
but wanted to meet the girls of
the Folies Bergere. ,

Despite the fact that I never
managed to sell a boot or to earn
a single franc I met a_ lot of
amusing people and had an awful
lot of fun. I heard plenty of
Latin-American music and 1}
danced the Samba until daylight,

Charged...

The English newspapers seem-
ed to have forgotten me, Easter
was near. Little did I know that
a couple of wily French detec-
tives had been following me for
weeks.

The French police forced their
way into my apartment at six
o’clock in the morning of Maundy
Tihursday. I was in bed. I gave
them my passport and was search-
ed to discover if I had a gun.

They allowed me to wash and
shave, and when I was dressed
we all went out into the cold dis-
pleasure of the dawn—to the Pre-
fecture of Police,

I was charged with having a
false passport. That was all the
French could trump up against
me,

Detectives from Scotland Yard
came to Paris. They suggested
that I return with them without
the fuss and delay of a warrant
of extradition.

They gave me cigarettes, and
warned me of the horrors of
French prisons and the inter-
minable delays. I might be two
years in a French prison before
all the details of extradition
could be completed, But if I went
quickly. ... {

It was all very tempting. The
possibility of being locked away
for two years awaiting extradi-
tion, and then to have to stand
my trial for the original charge



have
improbable,



’ coast of Spain.



I had from, was a bitter
and hopelbes ecopact.

é Say ‘No’

Somet made me say No, I,
told the Engtish police that if they,
wanted mé so badly they had bet-
ter extradite me. I felt that in
France 1 a better chance
than I w ever stand at home.)

White was seven weeks in a’
French cell. At the end of that}
time he was released—on condi-|
tion that he lejt France within a
week, But his false passport had
been impounded. The only place to
which he could legally go without
one was England. But there he
would be drrested. So once again,
the Man on the Run was on the
run, This is what he did:—

I decided to try Morocco. A)
night train took me to the south
coast of France. On arrival I put}
up at the best hotel in a port from’
which I might get a small boat, |
but thanks to a chance encounter)
ina cafe with an English girl who
was a gove to some French







children I 4 able to make a
better "
She 4 me the names of al!

the important local English peo-
ple—she, herself, belonged to the
English Club.

Escape Again

Next morning I bought an air
ticket for Morocco, I then packed |
my one suitease and took it to
the American Express and told!
them to send it forward to Mor-
occo by a boat which left at 9
o'clock on the day after,

Then two hours after the ship—
had left with my i;ase, and two
hours before my plane was due |
to leave, I dashed into the Brit-
ish Consulate and explained to an
official that I had inadvertently
packed my passport in the suit-
ease which—to save money—I
had sent forward by sea. My
plane was due to leave in two
hours.

I could only identify myself by
saying that I knew Miss X, and}
Mrs. Y. and Colonel Z, It was)
such a pity I was so pressed for
time.

They issued me with another
new passport, Soon afterwards I
was high in the sky over the

{



There, in the International Zone
of Tangier, we leave Frank James
White, alias Hargreaves, the Man,
on the Run....

—LES.



Eisenhower Camp

WASHINGTON.

_ Adlai Stevenson, the choice of
Hiarry S, Truman as next Presi
of the U.S., the man who said he
did not really want to run for
Office, started to pound on a glar-

Eisenhower's

| ing weakness in
position — at the start of an ali-

out effort to keep a Democrat in
the White House.

The weakness is that one of the
main election planks of Eisen-
hower’s Republican Party is con-
demoation of the Democrats’
toreign policy, .

Yet Eisenhower stands out as a
soldier who has_ held high office
under Truman putting some of
that policy into practice,

And last week Stevenson told an
audience of car workers in De-
troit: “My very distinguished op-
ponent has already had occasion
to disagree with conspicuous Rex
publicans on foreign policy issues,

“He has differed sharply with
members of his party who have
assailed the American action m
Korea to stop and turn back
Communist aggression,

“He has gone further to set
himself against the views of im-
~ortant members of his party who
nave called for enlarging
Korean war,

cervice by saying these things,
But I don’t envy the general's
p.possible dilemma as a result of
the conflict within the party he
now heads,”

Misunderstood?

Later Stevenson went to Ham-
iramck, Michiga and industrial
centre with big Polish and other
foreign-born populations. .

There, he said he “hopes Eisen-
hower has been misunderstood”
when in his American Legion
speech in New York last week he
“roused speculation here and

Ky R. M. MacCOLL

poses.”

This then was Stevenson's

ling of strikes and other crucial
labour affairs, has become an

dent ica will pursue her peaceful pur- emotional symbol for the unions,

who call it a “slave labour Act.”

EISENHOWER, speaking in New

opening blow for the presidential York to men of a postmen’s union,

was made on Labour Day—one
of America’s greatest public
holidays — which traditionay
marks the start of the last lap
of the presidential race,

And it did nothing to relieve
the gloom and jitters in Eisen-
hower’s Republican camp.

Slipshod Work

Up till now practically nothing
has gone right for him. His
speeches have been disappointing
and delivered in a humdrum man-
ner. His staff work—of all things
—has been slipshod,

Vital problems of organisation
have been left hanging in ~the
air. Somehow the “Eisenhower
magic,” usually so potent, fails
to get across on TV or on th
platform in the same way that
it does when he ig talking to a
few people face to face.

The remark in the Scripps

the Howard newspapers that so far
+» Eisenhower has
“I think he has done us all a jike a dry creek” seems all too of the

“been running

justified.

There is a frustrating feeling
that he could run splendidly—
if only somebody would explain
in what direction.

As for Stevenson, the Demo-
erats are now saying that they
feel so confident of his victory
that there is a danger that, de-
viding it is in the bag anyway,
they may fall victims to com-
placency.

Whistle—Stops
It was to this background thal

election in two months’ time. It gid his"pest to remove the idea—

generally held among the workers
«—that the Democrats and not
the kKepublicans are their real
friends, He said :—

“Continued improvement in pay
and retirement henefits are very

close the hearts of us Repvb-
licans.”
Truman Cocky
was” getting ints

typical stride.

At Milwaukee Truman hit out
at the Republicans, saying: “The
only thing different about them
this year is that they are trying
to hide behind a new face—their
lonely captive candidate.

“They have tried disgu\ses be-
fore, They always try to put 9
new face on the elephant (the
Republican party symbol) at elec-
tion time.

“But the disguise never works
because the rest of the Gloom
and jitters in his camp, elephants
are too big to hide—and the rest
hant has the record
of Republican reaction written
all over him.”

From the observation platform
of his train he told an audience
in Pittsburg: “The only issue tha
Republicans have’ is to throw mud
at the Democratic candidates.”

Then, with a cocky grin, he

dded: “But we’ve got a candi-
date who can and will win.”

As of tonight it looks as though
Truman is right enoigsh,

But Republicans are still hoping
against hope that Americans, who
usually like their politicians

abroad that if he were elected stevenson and Eisenhower set off “folksy,” sonorous, and down-to-
some reckless action might ensue egmpaigning to-day —with Presi- earth, may get fed un with the
in an attempt to liberate the peo- gent Truman getting into the act graceful and witty sayings of
ples of Eastern Europe from Soviet with ancther of his “Give-’em-hel] Adlai Stevenson.

tyranny.” 3 aia

That tyranny could not be done
away with by “loose talk or idle
threats,” Stevenson went on
Then he added :

“TI cannot believe that General
Eisenhower,
deliberate! intends to arouse
doubts and apprehensions about
the steadiness with which Amer-



whistie-stop” train tours.
STEVENSON, aware that in
the last 20 years a great propor-
tion of the Democratic © Parfy’-
strength has depended on organ-

an honourable man, ised labour, said that he wanted to the ho

abolish the
Act.
This Act, governing the hand-

hated Taft-Hartley



Our Readers Say :

Letter From “Hitler”

To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir, — By means which I cannot
disclose your “Sunday Advocate”
of September 7th has reached my
hiding place in the remote wilds
of Patagonia. Though by writing
to you I risk discovery, I must
do so in order to congratulate
your co pondent A. S. Hopkin-
son upon his article on “This
West Indian Culture,” The philo-
sophy he expresses is one which
I have sought all my life to pur-
sue. In particular I most heartily
endorse the following sentiments:

“A quality is a virtue or a vice
only under certain circumstances.
There is no such thing as absolute
right and absolute wrong. Ger-
many’s greatest philosopher,
Nietzsche, exposed that supersti-
tion seventy years ago”, And so
,the future West Indian need not
be ashamed of his vices. Under
prudent leadership he can turn
even these to his advantage. And
of course we must always remem-
ber that although disobedience is

a vice in a servant, it is virtue
in a master.”

Fate, in the form of the Allied
Nations, unfortunately prevented
me from making the acquaintance

of the West Indian people as in-

deed I very much wished to do.
Let me therefore take this oppor-
tunity of wishing the West Indian
people well with the hope also,
that some day they may consider
employing me in a suitable capa-

city.
West India Uber Alles,
Yours sincerely,
ADOLF HITLER,

Salaries For Memtors Of
The House Of Assembly

To The Editor, The Advocate,—
Sir, — There is a phrase in your
motto which says ‘“Gainst the
wrongs that need resistance”; be-
cause of that phrase I venture to
express my opinions,

During the day a woman came
to me soliciting aid, by means of
a ‘brief’ for repairs to her house.
This appeal was launched by an
eminent politician, who, I be-
lieve, would sit in the House and
vote money for playing fields etc.
when this money could be used
for similar cases to that of the
woman instead of making an al-
ready idle and lazy people worse.
Little did that womar
I too, could have presented her
with a brief, because although my
h d is paid by the
» and has qa steady job ang

Goverii-



know that ©

And, finally, there is the stg-
gestion of a Washington column-
ist that Eisenhower may seem to
be doing-so woefully that every-
one will become sorry for him.
Then thi may regard him as
ess under-dog—as ‘was
Truman apparently in 1948—ana
so vote Eisenhower to victory.

—L.E.s,

salary, I was’ down to my last
dollar, the eighth day of the
month,

Now, what is worse, I see by
your evening paper that the salo-
ries of these worthy men, the
members of our Government may
be raised. It is wonderful how
cur Treasury can so conveniently
fluctuate: a little time ago there
was no money to increase the sal-
aries of other Government em-
ployees, and these poor Govern-
ment employees, or shall I say
‘slaves’, cannot take another side
job, even though it be done after
hours, to eke out their meagre
salaries.

The cost of living is high; we
too are supposed to buy milk,
eggs, greens, etc, naming only a
few of the expensive necessities,
we must pay house rent etc, and
we are expected to do it in the
same way as the other fellow on
top.



Toys Welcome
To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—In an article by your
observant reporter of September
9 Advocete attention has been
drawn to the need of toys for the
children of the Goodwill League.
As chaitman, I would like to
av that vould very much
any kind of}
t herwise for the}
little one i

JOHN BECKLES,

iat eceiving

to,

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER li, 1952
















FOR THE SISTERS

By NEWELL ROGERS.

NEW YORK.

JACOB MALIK, with a gallantry rare in
Soviet diplomacy stepped aside recently in
favour of the Sisters of St. John the Baptist.

In 1950 the Russians rented a mansion of
56 rooms and 25 baths on the fashionable
North Shore.of Long Island.

Their UNO delegates moved in with wives,
babies and 70 beds. They answered neigh-
bours’ greetings with a gloomy “No speak
English.”

The babies, wheeled in prams along the
six acres of waterfront, wore lace bibs em-
broidered with the English words: “Please
don’t touch ie.”

There was mixed bathing by sunlight and
by moonlight—in the nude, The Long Island-
ers complained to the police and the Russians
moved away.

On an isolated point, the house is ideal to
protect Communists from capitalist contam-
ination. ;

Malik put down 15,000 dollars (£5,357) to-
wards buying it, but when he heard that the
Sisters wanted it for a convent he gracefully
yielded. They get the house that cost the
late J. P. Morgan 1,000,000 dollars (£357,000)
to build for 50,000 dollars (£17,800).

COTTON mills are humming again after
months of dullness. Reason—retailers have
sold the immense stocks built up for Korean
war buying sprees that did not happen.

TO LET: A Hollywood mansion—servants
included—at $2,500 (£890) a month. Land-
lord Alan Ladd is letting his house in San
Fernando Valley for the period of his pic-
ture-making in England.

He sailed on September 5 with his wife, Sue
Carol. Years ago she was a star, and got
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Ladd’s mother was a North of England
woman, his father a Canadian. He had an
English accent until his American schoolboy
pals kidded him out of it. Now he must re-
learn it to play a British paratrooper.

I LISTENED to Eisenhower last night at
Madison Square Garden with the text of his
speech to the American Legion in my hand,
and I was puzzled because he left out whole
phrases and sentences. Later I found out
why. The telemeter was running too fast.

It is a device on the speaker’s desk which
unrolls the text before a speaker’s eyes. He
does not have to turn the pages of his manu-
script.

ONE of the biggest U.S. naval squadrons
since the war sailed for the North Sea recent-
ly with a British Intelligence officer aboard.
It is the NATO Atlantic Squadron grouped
around five aireraft carriers.

The squadron, which has staff officers from
eight nations, will join British and Allied
NATO squadrons for September manoeuvres.

THE State Department has informed the
U.S. Air Force that its good-will gesture in
Arabia must be paid for out of air force
funds, The Americans came to the rescue of
9,000 Moslem pilgrims stranded in Beirut.
Thirteen troop transports will fly them to
Jidda on their way to Holy Mecca.

EX-AMBASSADOR Lewis Douglas brought
back from London this report on Britain:
“Her economy seems much sounder now than
at any time this year. She is feeling the strain
of heavy public expenditures. American co-
operation is essential’.

SCOTTISH-BORN labour chief Philip
Murray has received a rise he did not want.
His Steel-workers’ Union had put his salary
to $40,000 (£14,000), which is $10,000
(£3,500) more than he wanted.

Income tax will be $12,956 (£4,600), leav-
ing him just under £10,000 a year,

WINSTON CHURCHILL is helping the
Pennsylvania Drug Company to sell British
cigarette lighters at their West 33rd-street
store.

His picture adorns a window placard ad-
vertising the lighters. It says: “Help Winnie
get out of the dollar doldrums.”

The store manager reports a good sale,

THE Queen’s procession to the state open-
ing of Parliament is one reason offered to
Americans for seeing Britain this autumn.

Others listed by the British Travel Asso-
ciation: fares and hotel rates are lower at
that time, Britain’s autumn weather is “mar-
er: and accommodation will be plenti-
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BOSTON’S old North Church belfry,
where two lanterns were hung in 1775, start-
ing Paul Revere on his midnight ride to warn
Lexington of the approach of the British,

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Board Of Health
Agree To Estimates

BEFORE THE BOARD OF HEALTH accepted the July
report of the Government Chief Sanitary Inspector at its
meeting yesterday, the President of the Board, Dr. E. B.
Cartér, drew attention to the increase in the number of
cases. of enteric fever and tuberculosis this year up to the
end of August, as compared with the same period last year.

The .increase in the number of
enteric fever is from 29 to 33, and

tuberculosis, frome43 to 61.

The Said that while
the number of-enteric fever was
not alarming and they could not

St. Joseph Riound-Up

3 Injured



call it an. epidemic, they still
~ ota look out. ; i‘ :

The President said that the I B ]
Seniot Medical sOficer and_ his n icyc ec :
staff were to be commended on ee
the help they gave in dealing C ll
with notified cases of enteric oO 1sion
fever.

Estimates Celestine Burg®ss of Small

The Board agreed’ to the Town and Joseph Branch of
$17,760 proposed Estimates, re- Tyme Bottom, were both injured
current, for 1953—54. Before the When their bicycles collided on
Board agreed to these estimates, Ashbury Road yesterday morn-
Dr. Cummins said that they ing about eight o’clock.
could expect much pruning. Also_involved in the collision

was Rudolph Sealey who was

Letting Of Land

The Board approved the divid-
ing and letting of 11 acres, 3 roods
331% perches of land in lots at
Branchbury, St. Joseph, by Mr.
Alan P. Cox.

The Board approved the divi-

riding on the bicycle with Bur-
gess, Sealey was slightly injured
on his right knee. There was no
Hospital treatment, but all three
were given First Aid.

Knocked Down
Seven year old Eldora Inniss

sion and sale of 62 acres, 3 roods, : } the other.

foci ” of Foster Hall Land had a narrow 9
Plahtation, °St, “narew, ‘uy Mer ese@Re from. injuries on’ Monday At St. Ma ry s se aa ein he ies
G. L .Farmer. The Board post- down by a dog in the same local- and erected three, is using the

poned consideration of the appli-
cation of Mr. Cleveland St. Hill,
for the division and sale of 34,453
square feet of land in lots at
Clapham, Christ Church. Con-
sideration will be given to the
application when it is made in the
proper form.

The Board agreed to. return
the plans submitted to them in
connection with the division and
sale of dand in lots at Vaughan’s

ity shortly after four o'clock.
The dog proceeded to tear the
child’s clothing in trying to bite
it, but was checked by Ernestine
Inniss, the child’s mother, The
child received no injuries, but
was shocked from fright, Yester-
day the child and the same dog
which is owned by Clevon Jones
the child’s father, were seen
playing together near their home.

Mary’s,

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Archer’s Anthem

Repeat Performance Tomorrow

IT was a happy circumstance which linked the first
public rendition of Sgt. Archer’s anthem: “The Lord Is My
Light And My Salvation” with the Patronal Festival of St.
Hundreds of us who heard it at Sunday’s Even-
song were convinced that in Cecil Archer, Barbados had
produced another musician of high calibre.
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to or from the area, but many
hundred yards of roads are be-
ing built to prevent residents
from having to travel by way of
circuitous routes,

As the residents get more
settled in this district, they say
that their main need now is a
central shop. At present they have
to go a long distance to Colly-
more Rock to get groceries and
a few of the area actually sell
some items from windows.

The Housing Board have for
sometime now been considering
the question of erecting a shop
in the district, probably on co-
operative lines, and the residents
hope that something will soon
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Two labourers are removing
the solid concrete which holds
the base of a four-ton crane
of Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd.
This crane will be removed
from one side of the wharf to

16 pound sledge.



SEEDS

AT.

Crane Being
Removed

The four-ton crane of Messrs.
DaCosta & Co. Lid., is now being
removed from its position on the

And I do not
the

Plantation and Ovington, St. Adams Defeats Jersey Joe

Joseph. The application for the About 200 spectators saw Kid j

retin was made by Messrs. adams (152) score a T.K.O, win . The music of the anthem is of
Hayhes & Griffith on behalf of over Young Jersey Joe (161) in the dignified choral type which

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Office Of W.I. Trade

Commissioner
Gpened In Loxdon

THE Barbados Chamber of
Commerce has been notified that
the office of the Trade Commis-
sioner for the West Indies in Lon-
don has been opened, The ap-
pointment of a Trade Commis-
sioner is still engaging the at-
tention of the Regional Economic

Committee, but an Assistant
Trade Commissioner has been
appointed.

At the meeting of the Council
of the Chamber yesterday the
President Mr. G, H. King ex-
pressed pleasure that at last the
office has been opened, but said
that it was regrettable that the
Trade Commissioner had not yet
been appointed.

The Chamber was also inform-
ed that Mra Roger R. Parlour, the
newly appointed assistant to Mr.
T, Grant Major, Canadian Trade
Commissioner at Trinidad, would
be arriving at Port-of-Spain on
or about the 20th instant.

News was_ also received that
Mr. Rex Stollmeyer, West Indies
Trade Commissioner in Canada,
would be attending the 9th Con-
gress of the Incorporated Cham-
bers of Commerce which assem-
bles at Georgetown, British Gui-
ana on the 20th October,

Trade with Holland

The President of the Chamber
of Commerce yesterday dnformed
members at the meeting of the

Council Chamber that he had
been informed by Mr. Larson
Netherlands Vice Consul here

that Mr. Yonker would be visit-
ing the island towards the end of
the month with a view to meet-
ing businessmen interested in do-
ing trade with Holland,



°
Sir George Seel
° @ 9 y
Visits Boys’ Club
Sir George asd Lady Seel vis-
ited the Bay Street Boys’ Club
on Monday night where they
listened to a programme of music
rendered by the members of the
Bay Street Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs,
On arrival they were met by Col.
R. T. Michelin, Commissioner of
Police.
Singing was included in the
cirriculum of the Club and for over

a year mem have been attend<
ing these ¢ ;
Mr. F. C. Catchpole, Labour

Adviser to Colonial Development

the fourth round of their sched- stirs the emotion by the richness

uled ten rounds encounter at the of

its melody. Its outstanding

Belfast Social Club on Monday feature is an appropriately deep

evening last,

religious feeling

and the com-

From the first gong, both fight- poser makes no concession to the

ers seemed

taking body punches. After four

rounds Jersey Joe, stop suddenly

and jumped out of the ring, the
fight ending in a T.K.O, victory

for Lionel “Kid Adams” a south

paw.

Treated At Hospital

“Son” Hackett of

Green was treated at the General
Hospital on Monday for an in- solo the chorus takes up the strain

intent for a quick singers.
knock-out, and during the latter “a”,
stages of the first round, both

The
fighters took counts of three after pegutiful soprano solo

The tenors reach up lo

anthem with 2

sung by

opens

z

Blair Murray with much feeling
and appropriate shading. As a
treble boy on his last round he is
still in a class by himself as far
as local choiristers go.
criticism of the anthem is that the
solo is a trifle too long, but Mur-
Bowling Tay sang really weil.

From

My one

the delightful soprano

jury to his right hand, which he to a lively accompaniment on the

sustained in a fall from his mule organ.
cart on Friday last, He was dis- best.

charged,
Debate

betrayed Mr.
heavy brass instruments, and it
was clear that without attempt-
That Education is of more im- ing to do so, he arranged

Mr. Callendar was at his
The entry of the bars
Archer’s love of

his

portance to the individual than composition so as to get the full

Money” was the subject of a de-

effect of a band of wood, wind
bate at the United Social on Mon-~ and brass

instruments. Callen-

day night last. Gladstone Downe¢s dar’s happy use of the diapason

seconded by Ivan Welch spoke and

Ohoe supplied the best

in favour of the, subject while chamber organ effect.

Hubert Small and Lionel Stuary

spoke for the opposition, The dis-
cussion. was a very heated one,
and lasted for just under
hours, After the counting
votes, Edwardine Alleyne,
chairman for the occasion,

The composition is a tribute to
xrcher as a musician and one is
three left to wonder by what stroke of
of the ill fortune he
the mained almost unknown in the
an- Police Band, his light hid under

could have re-

nounced that the proposition had a bushel, He became an Assoc-

won by the narrow margin of iate of

the Victoria College of

two votes, There were about 300 Music since 1928, and as an in-

ie on 70 bers voted
but on “ member: iS
“There. will be another Debate
at this club on Thursday,

tember 25, beginning at 7.15
p,m, All persons present will be
allowed to vote, The subject

“Yromen should have equal stand-
ing with Men.”

Standpipe Removed

The stand-pipe
Clifton Hall

situated

to another.

attending the Debate, strumentalist he is without “peer”
in the Band.
ment in that Band which I have
P= not seen or heard him play is
the clarionet, and he is almost in
the recitalist class as a violinist.
My reason for wonder is that so
many
awarded to ‘people in Barbados
under the cloak of cultural pro-
gress and others for
at that
Tenantry was re- these awards must have heard or
cently removed from one site known of Archer.

The only instru-

scholarships have been

efficiency,

someone concerned with

As conditions

are even now, there are several
Before the removal was per- Officers and

Inspectors of the

formed, a stone pipe stand was Police Force who have been sent

huilt on lands owned by Clifton tg the U.K., for

surely Sgt.
as good use

He‘! Plantation.
The former site of the

was in a dangerous curve, and

pipe

training and
Archer would make
of a scholarship as

in addition to that water used 29Y Of the others, and better

to settle under the pipe, and on

than some.

What I really think’ he de-

were complaints from the resi- + 2 now is Kneller Hall train-

more than one occasion there
dents.
Double Century

A brilliant 2v7 not out

ng.

by wickets for 161 runs in 36.5 overs

Rudolph Sealey was highlight of was the best bowler for Stingo.

the Stingo C.C, — Sealy’s

xI

Sealey who is more bowler than

cricket «match which ended in a batsman was the best player for

first irt

gs win for Sealey’s team his team, He took 4 for 33 and

at Everton on Sunday (September one for 16 in 23 overs,

7) the last day of play in the
days

game which was a_ two

and Welfare, and Mrs. Catchpole, ggfair.

Free Film Show

The British Council gave

He has been in the Police Band
for about 30 years. He was one
of the first six boys drafted into
the Land by the late Bandmaster
Mr, Bennernagel and he is the
only o..c remaining; two went to
the United States, one of them
making records for the Master’s
Voice; two others have gone io
line duty, and the other is out of
the Force. His iength of service
and the standard of his efficiency
surely entitle him to some con-
sideration.

Colourful Setting

This is not the first time that
Sgt. Archer has written music for
public performance, but on this
occasion, the setting was colour-
ful and most appropriate, The
Rev, Mr, Hinds is a Prince among
the Anglo Catholic ritualists, and
with him on this occasion, he ha
Cpl. Rogers another member o
the Police Foree and in private
life the lay ‘“ceremonarius” of
St. Stephen’s. The gaily colours,
robes of the Vicar and the rich
erimson of the incense-swinging
ritualists found a background
against the severe robes of black

and white of the choiristers. Atl
these stood out in bold relief
against the spotless white and

brighty lit chancel.
Repeat Performance

The church was packed so thet
the seldom used upper galleries
were now occupied. It was a
tribute to Sgt. Archer and so
satisfied were they, that requests
have been made that the Anthem
be rendered again at the Even-
song tomorrow (Friday) night.

What greater tribute to tne
merit of an artist than the un¢
witting praise of his fellow!

J.E. B.



wharf, opposite building
which houses the Harbour and
Shipping Master’s Office and the |
Parcel Post Department. It will
be re-erected on the other side of
the wharf by Cavans Lar, op-
posite the DaCosta & Co., Vare-
house,

Formerly the building which is
now occupied by the Parcel Post
Department was a warehouse of
DaCosta & Co, Ltd. Since it has
been taken over by Government
the crane does not serve its main
purpose in its present position.

The base of the crane is sunk
seven feet deep in solid concrete.
it has been on the spot for over



14 years. The main difficulty is
to remove the concrete from the
base.

Nat Butcher,
fn his time he
less than four

who claims that
has removed no
cranes and put
down three, has undertaken to
clear the . base. This brings his
number of removals to five,

On Monday morning Nat
brought his tools — picks, drills,
a 16 pound sledge and wedges to
the spot. He began work at

about mid-day the same day. He
has already excavated one side of
the crane. “I am sure I can
complete the job by 1.00 p.m, on
Tuesday next,” Nat told the
Advocate.

Mr. Gordon Butcher of the
Acme . Engineering Works is
supervising the job. He already
has the crane partly dismantled.

——_—__—

New Members For

Chamber Of Commerce

Mr. H. Lippman of Colonial
Advertising Co, (B’dos) Limited.,
and Mr. W., B. Ward of Paradise
Beach Club, were both unani-
mously elected to membership in
the Chamber of Commerce at a
ballot taken yesterday.



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At the end of the programme for seven declared and 123 for S. Joseph’s Girls’ School in
Sir George congratulated mem- one. Sealey’s XI 362 Neville Horse Hill on Tuesday evening
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CLASSIFIED ADS. |_"eâ„¢* ee AIR Ya ake |SHIPPING NOTICES

TELEPHONE 2808 ___ REAL ESTATE APPROVAL OF CANDIDATURE FOR 1953 DIPLOMA
EXAMINATIONS AND 1954 FINAL EXAMINATIONS ORL Ae - LEY LPOG IIO",



















































~~~ | "A parcel of land containing 60,527!
IN MEMORIAM FOR SALE Christ Church, part of Clairmont), with || Contideies Se any ot the shone sremtiened Brietainations are)
5 : ‘ j }
‘ cutiet to Dayrells Road, and suitable for|'| : reminded that their Form of Application for Approval of Candidature | The aM v « ARIBESE” will
_ ee | eee es | laying out as build: lot ; : accep argo an ssengers
In loving mem aory of our AUTOMOTIVE Will be. offered for sale st the offiac | must reach the University of London on or before the Ist October, Dowiinica, Antigua, Montserrat,
ti and father Timothy A of the on ‘Thutsday the lith | 1952, Nevis and St. Kitts. Safling Friday





who departed this he) Sees ______— | Sg ne une PnP on \ In Carlisle Ba: | ae
‘ith 1659 BEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES— sate lan can be seen ae cel aks to| Sch. Frances W. Smith, sch Riis The necessary forms may be obtained on apvlication to the

irant unto him.O Lord eternal rest] J4t Feceived a new shipment including D. R., Sch. Emel Department of Education, Garrison
And let light perpetual shine upon} = % % % tom Trucks. Vans Pickups re metine, Sch. Laudalpha, . y accept Cargo and Passengers for
aoe Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. COTTLE, ED ie CO cubes he Cenk Ene. nance GOep Algae, Teen. 31.8,52—2n. Bocatnion, «nti ‘si ee
‘@qvis am it s ailin, Friday



Se i | Aug * B. Compton, M.V. Ricardo
Bver to be remembered by we erigy Ss 11.9, 52—6n .52—8n. | Augustus pton, ai
Sne Castbbis families TT ~esitneser eee << $s —— | Arias, M. V. Daerwoo¢, M.V. Lady Joy,

Bes Wes sue ier eae IA :
RUNGALQW, at Hastings on the esa,| Sch. Anite H., Sch, Cyril B. sete, Sh. -ALWAYS MELLOW ... ALWAYS THE SAME

19th inst





ein CAR Wolasiny orto 81 _ in 6. Courtesy awe scucanis RaaeEe
ARCHER—In loving memory of our Ge: our dear} Hon, Nearest rod os urtesy 1 2 —dn. |
Baward Archer. who has pasaed the Garage. Dtal 41 ,62—§n 70) Ret mesidiaaiy Sale MR oe "shee eae ASSOCIATION (INC.)
yond on the 7% Regehr § Sa cn rp nena nematic nm
1051 : " *s CAR One Standard | 8 H.P. Coupe Car BUNGALOW-Stone wall Bungalow | Pethel, from Martinique, Agents: Schoon- va eRes Consignee, Tele. No. 4047




snes ey yams with 6,190|er Owners’ Associa
uare feet o: ind attached situate at| Schooner Tespaee —— 40 tons,
Pine Hill, St. Michael. Capt. Roberts, From Martiniaue, pony

|
12th inst
The M/V “MONEKA" “will
:
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May he rest in peace. r 5 Seo Fhoce 4618.
Fiver to be remembered by— 9.52—4n.
Winston, “Daphney, Edsiine (childrem, I ——eelcegsemcrers me

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Derlingten (brother), Theodore (nieee). CAR — Hillman Convertible owner] ing pooms, 3 Bedrooms (o:
: : ine with - hoc Lady Adi 4 ‘apt.
(Bermuda Papers please ore driven. Only done 4,000 nies, Call ming water) breakfast rooms, soe | eccgeken tee St. me i, Com.
.9.59—jn. | Mrs, Kasson. 8496. 9.52—6n. | ette, usual conveniences. Garage and | Schooner Owne"s’ Association, 1
—————_____——_———— _I servants’ rooms. Electricity installed. EPARTURES .
fOH RENT xcSiace, Tota model, in excelent condi | aale'by Pubue competion at ur 6 for| _ Scnooner Gardenia W for Traliad and hii Steamship Co.
compe at our Office | Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe f tish k
4608 ae A Cp cats Sve Street on Friday 12th September | Guiana. var aee
nde shtiaaeietitshindomtentnsisnts>iiladas: tk taper iiaiaieaael = 1982 at 2 p.m. Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe, for Brit- Ync.
a 3 angen Can a Car 1948 Inspection appointment. Dial 2850. | ish Guiana.
HOUSES in condition. Done only OOD & re } i
fe 3.
12,000 Phone R. S. Nicholls 852. 10m | Seawell CANADIAN SERVICE



HOPEWELL — St. Thomas, No, 7 | ae 3925. Home
Highway 6 miles Bridgetown, very Cool, | a : 3.9.%—ti.n
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Shady, Small, New, Stone-House. “CRANE HOUSE” situate in the parish ARRIVALS BY B.W1.A. SOUTHBOUND
furnished beautiful grounds. Suitably; MORRIS OXFORD—197 Model in of Saint Philip standing on 12 acres a aw Grenada, September 1¢th.
1—2 Adults 4942. 10.9.52—ir.. | excellent condition, $1,800.00. Dial 4616. 1 rood and 22 perches of lana Ross, E. a eg ,C- Eriksen, A. Steamer Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
| ‘on nm, $1,800. ‘ite 4616. The House contains six hadeo tls, draw- Nichols, G. Care ‘KIM" ‘ ee * +» 25th August Sist August 12th September
YWFRACOMBE-—On sea, from ‘Ist Oci | —eeihcpneaneen erin aan re oF. dining and living rooms and usual ver (OEPARTURES By Bets. “ARNETA™ .. (\. “" q2th September 16th September 28th
Excellent sea bathing, modern oes. ' MORRIS OXFORD 1952 MODEL, less Roberts, tember STEAMER *e - +» 26th September 30th September 12th October
Simeon water, 2 betne. aks: ‘tne \ear” Bist Go Ghee a we Competition on ‘Peciay the, 260" Pianieteibie ERO ss = iets 1m Oot 14th October 26th October
7 - : of September 1952 at 2 p.m. at the NORTHEOUND
Phone 2286 11.9.c2-pn. | Say,.08 Sao MAIL NOTICES
ROOMS—2 rooms = Oe CARMINGTON & SEALY Mails for St. Li “ALCO. ” ..
t ‘4 M ucia by the M.V. tate A PPritan” Due Barbados September i14tht for St. Lawrence Biver ports.
opposite Roval I Trentre, Dest sen bathing | ELECTRICAL Tine eet rcs ae Gene See, Cones Pee Apply :—DA COSTA & ©O. LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
i e — — i ;

Garage attached. Week-ends and holi- | ean A ae ene
days accepted. Phone 9401. 5.9.52—t..n.| GARRARD PICKUP ARMS - 6,000
| ORMS. Just received a limited quantity,



———-——_ | Pareel Mati at 12 noon),
HOUSE — Bungalow Style (shop at-|Mail at 2 p.m., and Ordinary gate at
tached 22 x 12, Situated at Brighton,|2-20 p.m. on the 12th September, 1962














































coll early. R. C. Maffei & Co. Ltd.
OFFICES | £1,906 -t. eco, | Bee Meee Bak. OB, | rants Oth bo aloe ot te eneiet we in eee aoe
— $$ _____-—__—_ | i lai Office as under:—
OFFICES—in our Building im Lowe; MECHANICAL “SINNOULY ALOHANE HAIL. MAIN s/s “e ,
Brod Street, “Available from it Cc biake ce tomut ee ee Tan Mall ot 900 pik soa eee ene $/S “ALCOA PLANTER” sails 5th Sep.cmber — arrives 17th Sept
er R. Hun 0. Itc | GRASS CUTTHRS—% cutting blade. | wood's Land), Saint Michael, sta ‘on | 2.30 p.m the 1
Dial 4611. 3.9.52—t.f.n | Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. Z in203” square feet a land, *3 Prat ot | Malls for St Susie by toe bch, Suan NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
11,9.52—6n. yo yeeliamen orcas eins os B eee will be closed at the A STRAMER ; th August 18th Septemt
RT SS e e ouse contaiis Gallery, | Gener st ce a der: — Ss ER ssilv 28 6 arrives 13th September
WANTED araent CADEER—A, ne new shipment rawing. and Dining moms, ons Mreskctant woe pea as "12" no00), Registered ‘ " A STEAMER sails llth Sept. — arrivgs 27th September
(Sept.) Dial 4614. Benet with dressin a . and Ordin Y
11.9.62—6n. oaom: ‘say running water) ~ Pantry and|2.20 p.m. on the Ilst Septanieas: . > Fi oi \ me
HELP Fic Fed Be PAL. \isetment water and electricity invul:| RA Exch : ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
rnment wal er and electricity insta ¥ i ——NE
1 Gubwell Plough “Appiy to W, Watson, [led << Servants toom in Yard. TES OF EXCHANGE eee > \SNS 7
YOUNG LADY x offies with know Fety. Manager. 6.9.52—Tn. gerepeton ons application to the Tenant Belting ey % Ea sates “
e o ook -| ng in Pepi . . : §
state all ou ifiedtions and salary expect- POULTRY is Bong wee -. up eae ene oe ig on nes B
rented ‘pa ely and seturned, “ABBiS Parmenter James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 19th cv, Slat or pein Hp
rea’ iva and returne PO! 2 7 x %
B. P.M. c/o Advocate Advert a ta ities oe go September at 2 p.m. Toa Shana ine Demand Drafts 11 5/107 Pr. : LY
Department. "san: | ais months old. Malsed front imported & BOYCE, | 1? ¥/i0% Pr. Ganrehey 0 210% Pr. ee HY
Chicks. $6.00 each, 3 or more less 107% 10.9.52—~-9n | Pads ses +++. Coupons © 5/10% Pr. 7 é f
MISCELLANEOUS Dial 3394. Gordon . 50% Pr. Silver 20% Pr. 7 M
10.9.52—n. AUCTION | CANADA
. FURNISHED SEASIDE HOUSE, for 80 £/10% Pr. Cheaues a a ° WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LTD DISTILLERS SCOTLAND
nuary, ary and March, 1983, a’ MISCELLANEOUS 8 19% |
rt. Lawrence, | Verh or nes bie twat iene Courtesy Gara, cia telekes Deroand I Drafts io.0e Pr. LPL IFSSSSSVSF
wi is » ©/0| BALLOONS. Assorted colours and s 80 °8/10% Pr. Sigh’
T.L.L., Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad. shapes, from 3d.—12d. Knight’s Ltd. ares on iver) ein, 2 p. & &/10% fe Pr. Eitoney { >
.9.52—Sn, ine Si—gn. |B ih Sedan | 79 3/10) ”. Coenen ; HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT NO. 60
PERSONA AREX—The comprehensive cereal food tied Wy aides" 00 lle, eR eS cee } FALLING TREES are very likely to disrupt the Electric
AL rh ee aetinn coe , shoud | A teher Mc Kenzie, Auctioneer. ak om 5 Supply. Keep a couple of Hurricane Lanterns filled with °
weaning. Ask your grocer or druggist Reeoe Sundial In Port Ge endo bext.of Matches in a handy place. $
The public are hereby warned for Fi . Price 10.0. VAN—Courtesy Garage White Park All these are obtainable at... g
niving evedit, to any person Z persons 9. 6—rr. hed re! aa ae P.m. 1949 mociteed THE Saguenay Terminals liner CENTRA %
Sapirieres cand arene ealinee | eh acess | indented tts Eaak al of Ram: | S-, Sundlal arrived in port on L EMPORIUM BE
any debt or debts in my name un y reher enzie
a written order signed by me. 6 Sia are Oo Ceareertae aaa 11.9.52-2n.] with a cargo of 2,000 bags of hen Corner Broad & Tudor Streets oan
Sed. WINTER wan't . seratch, 5,000 bags flour, and} ‘,ncnannnnannnnnnnnconsrnsooSOQeSOOOoOOONOOONONle millions of pounds are
lew Stocks 186,000 feet lumber, RST ae ee eee ee t d
Diamond Rings This vessel is ‘consigned to wasted each year through the
10.09.0320, LOUIS L. BAYLEY Messrs. Plantations, td. and is} fom —— ss
asia ad S. ns, , and damage caused by White Ants. No unprotected



eT of ee ee te emt for Trinidad: ted
“Tennisi Qu ton Tenis die’ eomainae an Captain i EXTRA: MURAL: ASSOCIATION timber is safe from the ravages of insects, from rot or decay.

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Alphabet ane peire at Seite Bode, Will Reach U.N. a oe [Gon ve | (JUNIOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY! Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint
asy to Operate Bh @ Seaport Co.. 144, Roam 308 Fianiatiqns 5 @,frem Pa xe 1 congested ‘ are = hawheecs TWO PLAYS ‘ brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum
; peed e back in the protectorate|¢arry on their trade. One vendor| .
psy to cos - em vacation pi 28 hours. in passing introduced a glass ot X THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T we ZO, Naame e gives complete protection against all
as’ el w e 's rep! n e|mauby to a woman who sa . Smi

ae forth of 2 a letter copencanying the|‘‘The day is so hot I feel I would Scenes from A MIDSUMMER Oitne phe oe ona forms of insect attack, Buy only

wen ouentans ft 40 prominent |fall it I take it,’ Se eee genuine Sollgnum, used the world over
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TREES—A quantity of Mahogany and
other trees at St. Ann’s Vicarage, St
Joseph, by permission of Rev. L. C.

(a, to be largely unfavour-| Wanderers cricket ground is go-
and the Bey’s letter is ex-|ing ahead full speed, The entire
to be merely a polite state-|g:ound has just been levelled
ment that he went along with!and workmen were at work — } FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH—5.00 P.M. woop

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH—8.00 P.M.






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Butane P ieeantie , Seseph Pe Nt aa 2 counsellors’ re meee terday trimming and felling trees
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der-Secretary for Foreign Affairs oe seme new books went into

hurice Schuman in Paris on
ursday.

However the sources said that
oe the counsellors’ report

After a warning — check
that your emergency sup-
plies food, tools, water, first
aid kit, matches, storm lan-
terns, kerosene, etc. are in
readiness. 11.9.52—2n.

P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN
For Details and Local Stockists
Sole Manufacturers: SOLIGNUM LTD - 30 NORFOLK STREET ‘ LONDON, W.C2

Ocean Bishop
Needs A' Ship

Unless £80,000 can be raised to
replace a 300-ton ip. one of the
Church of 's missions may
be “crippled uy work.”

nit more re tag, weno
aS Leeeee tions. But the sources said that
ern Cross, which serves the South~ | tn. Bey’s reply most certainly
of Melanesia. |teaves no bility for further
discussion of reforms before the
United Nations meeting which is
; pected to put the Tunisian ques-
puvected on its agenda.—U.P.

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SEPTEMBER 11, 1952
SPORTS ROUND-UP |

Tennis
MAUREEN CONNOLLY, 1°
Â¥car-ald Wimbledon aad American |
tennis champion, has been pre-
sented with. *The Women’s Tenn..

THURSDAY,







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

See A New. Style Football

TENNIS:

Wilson Beat White



. a Referees Must -



You see, when you Isve foot-

ball as l do you get the incentive

to carry on.
You shudder to think of the day

when you will no longer be able
to beat your rivals and delight

those faithful followers.

To regain my strength and fit-

on a self-imposed task.

,ness it was necessary to embark

When I was injured last season
and unable to play for the last
few months I realised that to get

back to peak condition I
forego the footballer’s
spell, the close season,

I decided to train right througt
the

mus

close season to build up my;

off-duty

a]

strength and regain that off-the-

The big
gates at past floodlit matches may
foree the issue sooner than we
think.

What of the players? Young
talent does not seem to be coming
on as we would like. but a num-
ber of nlayers “blooded” last
season could be among the sea-
son’s stars.

The big cuerv is whether six-
footer DEREK DOOLEY will re-
reat his Second Division goal
scoring feats in the First Division.

1 liked what I saw of this big
red-headed Jad last season, and I
think he is likely to shake somé
of our star defences.

JOHN HEWIE of Charlton im-
rressed me, Here is a full-back

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Service Trophy,’ awarded for the
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“i B R h Pl ;; igen ue: Coe: Caer eres Motor Racing
a} an Oug a ‘ LONDON, Sept. 10. ALBERT ASCARI, is the new
: | Robert Wilson, 16-year-old weriq motor racing champion.
Hon tthe “sees anes ine Ascari Ieader of the all conaucr
ig ‘ n o ej i hi has
By STANLEY MATTHEWS | by beating Ralph White of Burton- iné , [tslian tear) Wophies in
LONDON, jon-Trent 6—1, 6—4. this years Grand Prix racing, is
4 Too old at 37? Don’t you believe it:’ It’s not your age This was by far the toughest the son of an equally famous
AB that counts but how you feel, and I'm fitter and stronger match Wilson has had so far, — driver who was killed in a racing
} to-day than I have been for three or four years. ) ‘ White om os fam 3 pow ooo “an hie gine
i I'm as eager as ever to start playing again, | down in the second set and came s ( : i oan
I P i of making it five all. Fangio who was unabie to defenc
That should answer those who have been asking \* Before he was finally beaten he the title owing to a crash early in
wi whether this will be my last season as a player. 'saved three match points. the season.
De Given escape from serious in- throughout games during the
jury I hope to be nlaying for at winter months. |
—_ least another three seasons—and Floodlit football too is ver |
I have been saying that since I near. It would help to do awa’
topved the 30 mark with fixture congestion.




_ mark dash which is so vital to with ideas and a player who al-
Bs a seating roctbalier. a i a uses his brains. Swift relief from after- b
Oc ew whi é . A_lot was expected of B y's ’ ns ‘ vo f i
DE it, and a Continental holiday piLt, HOLDEN last eee meals discomfort is given by ‘Dolsa’--it rapidly neutratizes the
ad "ee aakee ee dite a {hink we shall see him an even excess stomach-acid, so often the cause of the trouble. Prepared in
e i S a ter Icader i e gets the breaks. : .
Know Your Cricket on sd in the i tha’ 1 must cadhan’ one of Matt handy one-dose envelopes, each Dolsa is sufficient to restore healthy
| rements no’ sby’s -and-comi ‘ > F :
‘ad . eee Nee Hindsré of eiex but Babes + .erene CLEMPSON. #y With an ekdleant shout, Frencli rider Senfftieben crossés the line to acid balance. It’s made in powder form to be taken in water so as to act
L AW 38 in the general character of the would like to see Frank make the win the World Sprint Cycling Championship at the Parc des Princes more quickly and thorough-
4 game. first team regularly, for he looks in Paris. British rider Reg Harris, winner in the three previous Dolsa ly, rapidly reaching the
; : ‘ y i ‘ : No Rough Play really good when on form, years, is seen behind. ae r eS
5 By 0. S. COPPIN of course aera eee 2 For instance, this season I And here are a couple of young — : RESTORES DIGESTION stomach walls with its sooth-
vwing round or follow ugh in w i 3, 2 sc - half- “ks i . vo : ae :
ira The Law for discussion to-day playing the ball on the leg side, would like to oe serereee clamp halt backs who impressed me. C'WEALTH TUNA TEAM WATEK POLO PRACTICE : ing, neutralizing solution.
$0 is Law 882Hit Wicket, This too playing the L ing down on rough play. CL. ON, of Blackburn Rovers, MATCH TODAY Between 2 and 3 quarts of gastric juice are
5 is Law at Wie re we Se TOS Phe M.C.C, have instructed that If they step in quickly they can played like a veteran against New- CATCHES FIRST FISH 4 ars produced each day by the glands which
| needs careful study as we all the breaking of the wicket by the ston it before it gets out of hand. castle in the Cup semi-final last ; line your stomach walls. Made up of hy- Recommended for:
know that any law which stipu- st; key before the ball has left © We do not want any continental season. NOVA SCOTIA, Sept. 10 There will be a Ladies’ water drochlotic acid and pepsin, this isessential Indigestion
+ lates the condition under which +}),- }wler’s hand could not nor- tactics in our football and if play- So _ should Manchester City’s The’ British Commonwealth polo practice match to-day begin- to proper digestion. Yet one person in ten Dyspepsia
i a batsman is “out” must of neces- mel contravene the Law ers decide to play clean, and PHOENIX, a red-head with un- team, defending champion, went ning at 5 p.m. There will be a aoe from constitutional Pr ereaens Fiartbern
3% sity be thé.laws that bring. the Difficult referees see that they do, then we bounded enthusiasm and plenty of cut in front in the opening day men’s practice on Tuesday at 4.59 eee Laake aie
Ps angst Sera Ghee iPnlis leak aioe on shall be in for some real football. skill. competition of the Ninth inter p.m, pain after meals, heartburn ae
T. Ww: 1 icke : 2505) BEGMS GBC W INE anc I want to see referees taking Finally, before the new season national Tuna Cup match on Wed- on gn ere i and kindred stomach disor- Pal ition
The striker is out “Hit Wicket) | muse bold to say that 1 there rontrol of their games and not re- starts, here are three golden rules nesday by boating a 600 pound C‘DIAN CRICKETER DIES ders. Dolsa quickly restores Gastric acidity
~ —li m playing the ball he bit 18 4@ rap.d succession of events jying too much on their linesmen. for young players. They have Blue-fish. The fish, the first to be TORONTO, Sept. 10 healthy acid balance, spread-
down his wicket with his bat $i tue bieaking of the wicket " Will we see any change in team helped me and countless other caught in the tournament, was Dr. William Ernest Dean, 78, ast et ee ae Saas ee
ov any part of his person, beiovo the delivery, the delive:y tactics? The end of the third- players in the past:— boated by Louis Mowbray of regarded as one of Canada’s greet- Sooner ais sonsiaah aetna nae
The major obstacle in the path ite “ad tie suroke, that the pack game would please me. It 1. One hundred per cent fit-, Flatts, Bermuda. The Cuban es¢ cricketers, died today.—C.P Take one dose only after B
5 of the correct application of this Strine: has every chance of be'ng has become a little monotonous. ness. It brings confidenee| team hooked two big ones, but - — ee meals, or more frequently if Bs
giv Law is to decide the end of the giver out in spite of this ruling. Maybe some enterprising man- on the field. | both got away. Brazil's team also Beautiful discomfort és still felt. If pain
wh action of playing the ball. Or as ‘¢ seems to me that if the ager will come out with a bold 2 Keep your eye on the ball| lost their fish. Perfect weather Diamond Rings persists, see your doctor.
a we used to hear from our school- striker should break the wicket policy which could revolutionise always and see that you | greeted the anglers of six teams LOUIS L. BAYLEY
<< days the set-match or house- before the ball has left the bowl- the game. -It could be with the have complete control over | {rom 11 countries.—U.P. MA
match umpires claiming that the ers hands that his only chance return of the old attacking cen- it.









batsman had or had not com-
pleted his stroke as the case may
be,
Classification
The M.C.C, in official notes to

is if the umpire immediately stops
the play since the wicket would
have been “down” in which case
the bowler should begin his
liv@ry again,









tre-half style of play.

Let us have that white ball more

often,










I think it should be used

3. Quickness off the mark, |
It’s those first 20 yards that |
count.



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( making a second stroke to If a striker is rendered uncon- t MEETING 1952
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is broken by his cap or hat wicket would not have been dis- ly contested match as the 3rd round of the Barbados Open Leet eee Spur Recep bar
fajling, or by part of his bat. turbed PY the attempt to-play |Ghampionship continued at the Y.M.C.A, on Tuesday night. |febates Kinaic Drittdoud
Players and umpires as well the ball, , LT ea , . Magic Gaye Wabyie Gaeene
ealise that the action of Another ruling that covers a It was a tense match through- , ‘ yay a ; ‘
nee ae ball Pate from situation that is always arising Se Pea! BRIDGE out and evenly contested up to | A-2 Mary Ann Frederick the Great
playing . ne . on cs th iddle of the 5th ither Notonite Red Coat Galway Bay
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receive a delivery until the batsman is not out for breaking x . y player could have been the win-: Sire F a Tilont zer
absolute vonelusion of his attempt the wicket with his bat or per- 5 Dealer: East ner. Bynoe played extremely B-1 Street vias as on
to play the ball—-and this must son while in the act of runnmg. = | Game all well but the guile of ©Murray| p,; ‘ Sweet Violet Jealousy
o play the } { N ith hi . . hand Bright Light Test Match Jim La Rue
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i 831097 g A63 i attack of the champion proved | Red Cheeks Top Flight Rambler Rose AND
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cricket followers want to know “What's the matter with 2 : orale aA 7a" eae ae Ardena Dunquerque susan Sei CHILDREN
him?” as if he were not subiect to the failures besetting : nee no excuse, on ‘ after losing his first two games | Belle Surprise Super Jet
human beings in every walk of life. And as if great crick- $ to. distinguish Miahteaen ore i quite easily came back to win the Castle in the Air E-1 Viceroy ——_———_
eters had never failed before. : take-out and a penalty § 3rd and forced Worrell on the Firelagy Princess enge ‘
Was not even Len Hutton once left out of an England ; Sinton bia © ee, One ; defensive in order to hold the 4th. | y7.¢ Bear f PaBe ee oo CHII DREN S SILK
side? Was not even Godfrey Evans, best wicket-keeper in 4 North Two Diamonds. and { Worrell executed some beautiful E-2 Blue Di a
Saal was Recht en is a : South Two Hearts. West } backhand smashes during his es u lamon:
the world, dropped last year against the South Africans? $ came to life with a double § match. N. Gil and C. Greenidge c-1 Colleton Drury Lane
Let us look into the recent England scores of 25, 16, 2, 4,37, and North rescued into Two 4 the’ smash artists both won then aeacirt, , Seccine En Prix
‘ ; ; on : 3. : : -Trumps. i smash ¢ ‘ ni f 4
omaeat An Por Middlesex. v. ¥. Blapers ate Rd more Sand West. liad not doubled at # ames in convincing style from| Doldrum vie tg His Worship in White, Blue, Pink, Maize
Essex 90 and 55; v. Lancs 2 and 0, Yet his average for Glouces- a Ere Spporsanty orig ¢ A. Howard and C. Gooding, both | Flieuxce F-1 Monsoon
28; v. Derby 16 and 56; v. Surrey _tershire that year was 126,25. East's. singleton ire ested i Cette wee ee ee yn ale J ; : PANTIES
34 and 18; for Players v. Gentle- Instances like these could be that West had some length § formances but the consistent at-| High and Low Apple Sam ADIES
men 49 and 39 not out; v. Yorks 4 multiplied over and over again. § in Hearts. More significant i tack of their opponents broke| Red Velvet Cardinal G-2
and 9; v, Sussex 1 and 47 That does not mean that g Sull three suits had been § through their defense Spear Grass Cavalier Billy Boy . dJ Silk from $1.00 to $2.62
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Not the Compton of his greatest Compton would necessarily return 3 could scarcely be searching = tisk’ elena . f . Moritz First Admiral Cottage
years, admittedly, but happily also to his tremendous form of 1947, # for Bast's best suit ! 5 m a similar manner did R | Topsy Tolly Miller Diamond Queen ;
jaot tne Compton of the unhappy when he scored 3,816 runs with an Instead of stepping hard 3 Herbert and E, Goodridge defeat | Vectis Miracle Drambuie HH ‘D & co Ltd
season of 1946 when in successive average of 90.85 on Two No-Trumps. with g ei opponents L. Harding and | Windsor Glen Will o’'the Wisp II Dynamite CAVE SHEP ER . “9 .
innings he scored 0, 0, 8, 0, 1, Then. Compton, now 34, bats in an eipsaReis seers gut of i L. Trotman. lL. Sampson after c-2 Joan’s Star
he began an innings with a ball individual style which does not nnhiiete r Thr winning his first game in his - F-2 Me eracha
which trickled against his stumps last as well as the more orthodox cnahes” eee ao Joes ; m tech against R. Leslie in con-|Aim Low April's Dream Sitechia? um 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
without bringing down the bails. one of Len Hutton, ‘he other foot when South 3 vineing style was in difficulties in| Ali Baba April Flowers Mr. Friendship
He ‘scored 100. and was “off” Hard tuck doubled tor a penalty of 800 $ his next two but however came Arunda . Apronusk Séa F-am
again. When a batsman sees"the balla “* ~hrough to defeat his opponent} Auction Bridge Battle Line Twinkle
Bradman, too trifle less quickly than before then ————_-_-_________ ~ 3-2 in the sinal game Ballymystic Betsam eS =
Every batsman has patches. orthodoxy pays. Especially when Yet Compton, according to the |. . Blue Nelly ow Tie
Bradman, for instance, in the he no longer moves with quite the analyses most recently computed, The Quarter Finals of this | Darham Jane Burnt Gold
early matehes against us in our alacrity of the twenties, has scored. 1,369 runs and taken 6] Competition will be played on | Devil’s Symphony Caprice
1932-33 tour of Australia began Maybe Compton will model his wickets this, season. Which is no Friday 19th with the Quarter|Dim View Champagne Ii
with 3, 10, 36, 13, 18, 23, 0. Then style on different, lest venture- bad record. It is hard luck on «4 Finals of the Ladies’ Open Cham- Embers Chutney
he began to make runs, but on the — some, lines, Quite likely be will cricketer when everyone expects pionvhip at 7.30 p.m. The draw | Fille d'iran Coliana
whole this “bodyline’ tour was come back to Test cricket next him to remain at his tip-top for is as follows :— ood Fluffy Ruffles Colombus i ve
his least successful, ; season against the Australians. season after season. cea) ’ Folly Hill Contralté 4
Walter Hammond, prodigious He has young competition to Such great expectations are apt |. C. Greenidge vs: L. Sampson Sub
scorer in Tests, had in the 1934 mect in Greveney, Sheppard, May to get in the victim’s nerves, iE : s h ubject to chan b m
ceries against ‘Australia in and others, 7 —L.E.S. 2. R. Philips vs. B. Murray the Arima Santa Rosa .
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Theyll Do It Every Time Sint a Ot By Jimmy Hatlo ® - L, Worrelt G. A. LEWIS,
ato oo 4. N. Gill vs. E. Goodridge. Secretary.




















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WHAT'S ON TODAY 'Gainst Uw t* th riiitir* In IS di*iai>tr 4nt UW Oood that I can rt" EFTAn:.ISi!ED 1895 THURSDAY, SEPTF.VBER 11. 1952 PTUCF FIVE CENTS HSTUtDAY S WEATHIR REPORT TO DAY :. m M.ntanV • II p in 1. 17 %  m t %  Chamber Of Commerce Will Ask Govt. To Abolish Controls 6 'Prices Would Be *"* F rom Kor Little Affected" Menian Has Plan To End Korean War MEMCO CITY, Sept. 10 Miiiucl Airman ol .itnitlcd to the United i i new formula aimed it rdlr th-KftfW W1 K..I.U;M Minister Maruel Tcllo said the plan may solve th* prisoner tS> changi dispute. •xican Thief Executive. candidate for the Nobel THE CHAMBER 01 COMMERCK is to make representation lu Govormnnl rfhjBl'tlllUJ ,nf abolition of Controls. Th:s h'wrver. will not be done until Mr Q, il Adams, and Mr H A Cuke, delegates to the Canada-We* i Indies Trade Libeialisation Talks m London, have return ed and report id <>" whal concessions have been extended to the COloJuN by the British CInvernment. This action WM dc ded upon by the Council of the Chamber it their n I %  ir. William K Atkinson urged the c % %  noil to recomlder and "mak*ven U f g p r e—nUtton to lie CInvernment towards the ubolilion of Controls." Mr. Atkinson raised the natter under General Business, and after he had outlined the position lo the meeting in a prepared papei. the Council expressed the unanlmou* view that Controls were working a hardship on the community, uml that the m,ney spent by Government in subsidismi: the items which l trolled was "going down the drain" and could be put to betin m Addressing the Counetl on the matter. Mr. Atkinson said: Mr President. Gentlemen. Under the. heading of general business, 1 would like the Council to again consider ami make very strong representation to Government towards the abolition of Controls. There is no doubt, and I think that you will agree, that during the yearofj the second World War and the Immediate Post-War period, import and currency control served a most useful purpose in ensunns the regular supply and distribution of many of the necessities of Ufe: In doing this, controls were of immense benefit both lo this Island and the' total war effort. Quota Bequeathed But now that the original i ecessity of controls no longer exists, their retention becomes merely a protection to certain members of the community against the rigours and competition of free trading, and in relatntn| unnecessary controls under the present system of quotas for a longer period, one may imd a quota bequeathed from generution lo generation. Is It noi ridiculous tl.at la some seven years after the to find that controls are leun to such an extent that one cannot open a Provision business and trade in the most Important items connected therewith because' When normalcy returns to quota, on these commodities Korea tht plan provides thai were established on trading dui -' ( oun'ries of origin would grind ing the period J936 to 1939' A prisoners 'facilities and IWeUrmatter of IS years ago. %  %  that nilfjh| bs required for Is it not equally ridiculous to'the.r immcd'atereptl think thai the quotas, established Tcllo said Alcniun's formula was in the early war years, have rej received wlt'i "favour.ibis mained practically unchanged action" from some nations bul and as such make no allowance. declined to name them, for the ebb and flow of individual —C.P. business under tree trading eon-j dltior.s.' For after all. no bUsssHBe remains static—it is either going ahead or going astern, and Iheicfore these quotas are in actual fact individually obsolete. The island's requirement, of practically all essential items of food are at present being im't.Ellb*" The Mexit who v Peace Prize "considers the ] risoniily obstacle tomrds the signing r,| the tiu-e. Id The Foreign Mmistht formula wi cd to u.N. Secretary Oeotral Trygve L*a and members of the gan zatfon last week bv the Mexican delegate I md eel) f"i I. "The immediate exchange i.o may have vol%  i %  | i | n*|! .iriatcd. 2 P'->dges of each member of [ll territory, a number of those %  who do not • sffl lo M •repatriated. 3. Countries of temporary a*ym to grant to prisoners "an imfpation status that WCAkM to work so as not to become 1 charges." Normalcy MAJ OIN. llaydun I U whose "get tough" turtles quelled last June's rebellion of Communist prisoner* on K.je inter-Mewed by nrwsmei. on his arrival at the Travis Air Force Base. California He i> going to assume the post of Deputy Commandei of the Fourth Army nt San Antonio, Tex f/lrrnof(ofiill* "Tunisian Question Will Reach U.N." TUNIS. Sept 10 Informed French sour%  I on Wednesday that mi Franco-Tunisian agreement eould be reached In time to prevent the issue of Tunisian independence from coming before the United Nations General Assembly. The uproval m Parts of the Uey with the long-awaited reply to French reform proposals only served to height*n the gloom. Although the details of the note are belni tarefully kept secret experts are sure that it men!' r0UM serve to In. dicate Bey Sidi Lazni Pasha' determination to let the Protectorate's case for independence take Its chance when the AssemtttaUi Oi tal si Vetoran ohservers pointed U these main factors. Firstly, a not. handed by an intermediary of the Bey to Resident General Jean di KauUclocques deputy In Tunis on Tuesday although they ki thnt de Hauteclocque him 4J On Page 6 Republicans Move To Victory WASHINGTON. Sept 10. The Hi publican foes of the '"'man Administration powered thair way to victory as retui eight State Primary KlecUoSe were tabulated on Wednesday The most striking victory came in H where Cominunisthatting Senator Joseph McCarthy won renomination over his Liberal ltd ublic.in opponent. It was McCartrly's first test at | th. i-Usince lie begun his charges of Communist inttltialion into <:>c Government, and he won r It. His strongest opponent I.eon! ard Schmltt admitted defeat with j onlv %  bOUt on,-th rd of the precincts counted. I Arizona. Colorado, ft 1 .nylon, Minnesota, New IlampI hue. and Vermont also r nuafjssj IrtSi (oi the November genlectlona. all 3J nominees for the State* House of Bepresenilx for the Senate %  ii m the primaries on Senator Harry Cain of Washington and Senator Arthur ..' Utah were two other iHeoublican critics of the admitus1 'I:,-. %  >'! % % %  bv comfortable margins. Senator Ralph Flanders • Republlcan nl Vannorit, seemed %  afeb on his w§ back lo WaihUsflton when he rolled up an overwhelming victory over thtjxdltiral unknown William S In November. Flanders will face the Democratic Senatorial nominee Allan Johnston, but Republican nomination is virtually Ihe lime as election in Vermont. —r.p. I K oiran True*" Most I in 11 -i lani I It-in (hi r.i'.iniiii U.N.Agf-ifda UNITED NATIONS. "cw York. Sept 10. %  iv General TTygve Lite of the United Nations said on Widnesday. that the Korean i*ac.will be "the most lOaMStant'' question u> I* discussed by the foi ihcmning Unllad Naliona General Assembly list, wra> haa Just returned from H vacation in Europe, said thai he Is leaving for Indon and Paris later to-day to tiiscuss the agenda of the General Assembly with BrdiMi .md French oflielals. Lie -aid that he had no knowledge of .. move by Bntoin lo tettle the Korean deadlock before tl,e Assembly convenes, hut that Ihe new Mexican proposal on prisoner exchsiiseI ,-,. itefnl coniideration.'i II' Will. HI Ml .MM iNHI li "Barclays "^. To Remove Business HtRtl.AVs BANK DQMfV MI\ OIOM \\ \\i> mir SEAS) will • thm th to Temporary p remises owned by %  sesi Oard \ i % %  %  r 0 ituated iwtwcen : town r: SSU) Building opposite PI %  I tern Hxcd. but it Is anticipated that it no! ( %  later than the %  I .ml the COU1 i-iiei %  Ml L, C Civgg. Acting Manrday %  | Ids %  %  'ion which teak days. BARCLAYS BANK buildl lure shows workmen demo the construction of the IM 63 Bodies Recovered From Perry BCLUKADi:. Sept. It. Nlxtj three bodies have l" recovered from the r*tlnated hulk at the 73 ton lunube ferry NK', whim rpise1 yfsrterday durine %  -Udenl hailsiorm. tihim an estimated 9S iiersona I* dealh. The Mmkin frrry MI rasw-d durlnsr the niihi bt a floating crane and towed •u Heutrade harbour when* a cordon vf (mil % %  kept newsmen and photrspher<. frum viewing the \. %  i Itself The police todat relurt nil, cast Armed the number of bedleai recovered so far, bul ftsfused further SeUlls. Il was revealed howevr that there were narnero'is c-l lldiam MMII the US *•. *n on th* Hrty f-rr wbiee enmr* the li-nnb. to a flelgraee suburb. I y irted. Flour." Pickled ce. Canned Fish and gf On Page 3 liaetl :anned LORRY CATCHES FIRE MOTOR lony X—1162 caught fire along Kingsland Road, Christ] Church, at about 7.00 p.m. on Monday. Part ol the platform and, the left front tyro were damaged. The lorry is owned end wet being driven by Adolphus Jones of Silver HUl. Christ Church. The Fire Brigade, under the command of the Fire Officer, turned out to the fire. Acheson Accuses China Of "Brutal Callousness" WASHINGTON. Sept 10, Secretary of State Dean Acheson assailed Communist China on Wednesday for the "brutal callousness" of its treatment of American Missionaries and businessmen. Detailing the "Communist brutality" that led to the death in past years of four Americans in China. Acheson told hts news conference: "We only know that these Communist crimes will he forc-wr eordemned by those who believe in simple iustice and fair play for human beinus." He also said the Korean 'ruce talks inevitably will come up for discussion at the United Nations General Assembly meeting next menth. but refused to be drawn out on (United States strategy. %  %  eminent would Iskt the lead .n out of .< misunderstanding" **f ted States oantfAU Ernest Gross said in .i radio inseently. Discussing the olight i c.nt missionaries and bu ,III Hoi a Anxrlcann still rr In prison or under house • trest. H I) cli^rsrod aith eeosuu i I i-T four Amu eliniinsr < Pram U | \ I Ford i snihruary, afl-r lel- to "maltrentmen b ih %  First lldlo.nl, Max Be Tested During Next Two Months V. \SIIINC;T(IN. Sept. 10. I A test of the world's (list lo•'"'Inen brjrnb ntej u made >iuring . i iv i ii.|| M next beo inoalhs tl ttst V[ .1. l)f'lei:Ut* l S W ill Slates nuclear weapon: Kroimd | rp. t will bs drnioh-hxl and new imildiiitf •reeled i th" left of Ihe Bank |iienites •' psrl of Ihr pis W.I. Can Reach High Standard Of Living By Skill And Enterprise PORT OF SPAIN Bepl 10, Mi. A. A. ShenAetd, Cormec BfMmfNnM AdvlitT to thi TIIMIII,"! government teei no hindBmenUl reeeon whj >' W tet IndJ nld Butta economli sacause of Ihe lack of natural resources Hi ihought they could reech ird ol hvn b\ tkU %  nd enterpriee Shenneld expressed ihe • %  viewi ti> memberi Trinidad Cnembec rt Comi ICBTCM Hi wftf - %  thtjm tn ith %  of* BJI Mpi I [ndlfM rS deratloti" Federation of tht BrtUsh W.. Ir lies, he said, was no) ltd it was also ; \y Utli tl project worklin ii ol new nation anr! *^ >uid not be ludged "mr in.inlad onl wan lltnl O* %  'golla'ion.Mlh otfH Mini-fi p|* ,,„) ,..,..,.. i In a statement In the House nl mm ftct Ihal in • on Wednesdty, ..,„i. m rtliUvel) j i Ing i so i 04 ft does not mean iha • • > ( % %  I • MM be poot Iwi the An. 'i %  : indard %  pen .r/iMi; i i ihefi enterpi 'kin ground IL the mitl-Pacilh A Joint Atomii BcstrfO Com* russion and Defence tV i>.. :I.I : i. '.li.,' .. I;. force will "conduct tests in the sutonsn months this Jrttl l>" Americans and added that MossmTegh and the S'uih alier i-.eetand hiimkhaiion (nc vesteniay. agreed that thi T peciplc he had j ,1^0, musl ^ lrfl ()pen ,„ f„ r ther ;Mossadegh instructed Radio There am oiher Amenean and Tehercn not to broadcast antifo-elpn nationals similarly arrest| Brllish talks for the tune being. e, fM • %  .'. %  %  "''* Oovemment finance • vpert. con' %  I Ith M'w.ndegh for Ml SEOUL. KOK£A. Sept. Ill South Korean infsntrymtti re i iplured Capitol Hill li 1 1 barge nnd then '. 1 >-k the gountei %  .t daybreak. B hgiiimg foi the t [, tal" mvi • killed or wounded St ....... I Army < sUinaleif. Ihe lighting for the hill nr..TEHEPAN, Sept. 10. jdUfBt) the heaviest CSMVl Premier Mohammed Mossadegh tilltn I 1 ror. K reii-blv 1.ported to be proper-. Unite a Stotea Fifth Air Foi ing counter proposals lo the sel"'' >" 'IT -bomber pilots knockmen 1 of ihe Angto-lranian otltesl "in 100 Cnmmunl I %  Lgj;ested by Truman BBdj Itlitk Ufa I lgh< C'nurchlll. Informed sources said earlj June—C.F. MoHnadeghTo Make Counter PropoMh v. \ |HIN< • rON Bi id. 10 a &pia4oi A Wilim ii , Sl-ili I 1 <<,lion %  kAiropt n rriend' ,hi|, lor 1 lo l>' mO%  %  ( %  sing elevated t ... . \i .1 of their wj I %  %  I Al 1.1 III I their de. I no more %  btlhati I •. an %  r.f Wi %  In i„,d but thej i" 1 %  %  %  %  .. %  i %  %  %  •old not lie Nothing WBS %  %  ilnW' %  iv hk< 1. i" %  "j 1 %  %  of Intar-lsisnd ihli 1 1 vice In tli< W. j Booker Brothers. K ijl'in:: \\ ill \l Lead Trade Mission 1 1INDON B %  Sir N'-t ... ,1 the Hi %  • %  %  .... %  ha?S and Ir I <**• was Ira M 'erred lo Camels %  % %  Tl he was lirsl -U ehed fc the htik. Hillfas hrjnrh. He *nd_ mir . he WAS sppotnu-d manager •< ane af Ski bank's branches in OUaws. Ontario and at Ihe beclnnlna of I9.v: be retorned to the West Indies, as Inspector of braacliev andrr CAU'UTTA. Sept 10 w. dnesdav to pigeon-holo the ap. ottl i*as hurled this aften.i Part of Ssln supervision. The s* 1 seeds n* plu;ltoiis of Japan. Libya, and "*> %  "" covered with Mr Ince is -reompanied ', Ho Tr.-, Addl-odh liraIiuio-Ch-nes* .ta*e : %  hag and atlei horn he met and ni.rOtSas, '..mission to tht United Nat HOW TREE LEAVES TAKEN AS GIFTS CALTUTTA. Sept utes, then lunched, with the The Iranian ftrtisJlsSBl .net today to consider the Angloiiroposals in the oil dls1 nuorurn was not p' Taximan Char^f'd Wi(h Murdor < rv,.,, (. OEORflETOWN B.0 %  Darning*. BottS SS wireiesa operator on tinUa] "tf-imiihip Im Ptrodt hospital Tuesday night foil*.a stab wound which 1 his lung and which h re %  %  .iibr Bundaj Police h, driver who s charged wllh the Police allege a dispute arose •^ween n woman and a Bflsientatt -f Hotta and Ihe taxi driver C&rpentor Die$ After Sen ho I h % %  Cutting Rotd, Hsu itl Hall 51 ... %  Lnl •• % %  brniisht out of the 1.00 pin .md died 5s minute 1 I tUH long trltk ii : •.'.%  %  %  %  %  ,. Vi.w. Chri %  • %  Dtvenlsh BIKI on ughl hit 1 II.. %  r v .1 I ; I %  1 1 Quest H polled cpt. kfuri Wi %  out 18 minutes Dr. I %  Ir. O. I 1 i %  n for the 1 • %  %  %  %  Booked r %  %  %  %  H • %  %  spot. HMWII AT WOIIIIIIM. IS! AMI KU3SIA SOCKS '/" 111 \in /,' .; \ ITWVS f'/fftW I v WSMBSMSHtr 'twotn UNITED NATIONS. New York. Sepl 10 The Soviet Union moved on Wednesday to pigeon-hole ihe tpBBSSBI Fl'dti* in an effort to ser>arate the men was stabbed by the era and men of 1 ried while stationed In Monlrri., "' ...,-• ,..,... %  „, M.,Uk i ."-larto MelBM (.'. which cut "" takeIt, 1 Nations Security! port shortly aftc, ft— nts in the second worl %  : thai the consld* Conferogsce 1,1 Japan on Sentern-th.se nations was "untimely -t Mr. Inee socreeds Mr. Dale II. I, —h. • % %  tiir., unmnlnl |%  '">"-.-.,. %  %  "•'ri'ir 111111*11 was Ulllin-IT HI kesh ss. has beer.^ promo edI U er ^ Junapotna. cl .'. %d propo the majiaaership of night—f.P. -L.P. • i'orodt left for Canada B The Italian (dtlp wm rhartered by the AJeot Oompsfi freighting between Canada and British Guiana and Over 100 people gathered at Worthing Bwieh yssurday to get a glimpse of the body of Allan Deronish Devonlsk, who was bathing in the ssa at Worthing, got Into dlflfcultU*. lie il:d SBOBfj 65 mlnntos altar he VSJ brought ashore.



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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1MI BARBADOS ADVOCATE F\r.F. lllKH; B'dos May Again Be Represented At B.I.F. ft^^S1^5 l lKS2 ,C W.H.Q.RegiofialGSmmiitee C.C. Will Ask Government 1 oKeconsiderDecision „,.„ .A, ,_ „ !" *.„,., .,.„._i. BARBADOS may ai the Flr would help Since the masting with Mr. •*"' pre-Uge of the colony, and Barton. the Secretary of the * %  •"* **f the fact that it Chamber Intervkrwed certain local would be 'Mryf-a,of the Coronalonffma who expressed an In'"'" %  **•"* bad thine lert In exhibiting at next year's r rHrt*dccwire not represented. Fair. The Caribbean Confection. Molasses Report Being Prepared Will Meet In Havana Dr. Harknees To Represent U.K. DR. J. V. p HABKNESS. CM C OB E., left Last night b> air for Cuba Dr. Haikjiesa is to represent the United Kingdom Government at the Sixth Meeting of the Directing Council of the Pan American Sanitary Organisation and Fourth Meeting of the lteglonal Committee of the World Health Organisation foe the Western Hemisphere. Dr. Harknes* will be accompanied by Pi. L W. Fitimaurlcr. O.B.E Director of Medical Services, Jamaica. The meeting will open in Havana on the 15th September and Is expect, d to close on the 24th September. The Directing Council of the Pan American Sanitary Organisation comprises delegates from each of the 21 American republics. With the addition of delegates from Canada. France, the Netherlands *nd the United Kingdom, it constitutes the regional committee of the World Health Organisation. CASE ADJOURNED IN PROPERTY DISPUTE Conapany nd the RelU Factory Ltd. have both signified their intention to advertise at the Fair. The Barbados Products Ltd, are reported to be giving the mat!" 'nipotta.ion into Canada of ter their cnnAderatid advise later on what decision Iks >" I--" 1 havereaclud. They will also nv '" d *"* Export, AaMr. Barton when he returns to *oci.Mi.>n ..rd the Sug >r Pr.iBarbados and discus; !i %  VN gone further. into the Fancy .Molasses Hepoi: Meanwhile. Mr. A S Bryden 0U ara ixpe.:<^ within ,i (ew hat promised to interview those days to submit a report containuic unvAnn viv • u UUI,..I „ ., _, persons who exhibited run ud i.,K" petty, reranateniatio.., ou luESu-ll in tX^nlfr.' ,.i hji,. .hi J„ ,. ? Jfft* J 1 "L $E "•"''"-" to " CV'.,n i „en,. until (Vu.be, 28 U,e rase h, which offence ."^L'"S " ,„„f. Unwd thai Trinidad and Bnlmeelun u( the Council ul the d shingle house, and Ian, Mr Deni," Jiakinr is .tinea 1 .S.". 1 '"" 1 wou d "* represented Chamber of Commerce when •>' %  • C. Armstrong Is ap. ON BOND now cost teoo. Wlm ,„,„„.„, „„, iliv „^, >*"["' !?'""• Pl-jhliff whfie %  ** ARE A BIT loo old I. He pointed out that the foeUn, „. ohamber to exprea. the:r !" r i^SiSSS' in certai n quarter, „ that partiv |c„, on the Report. !he Council ''" ••*** ppo half of the defendanl. whuV Inspector Franklin Is conducting un J' Pedeefrian Injured In Accident pearlng for the plalnliff while "YOU ARE A BIT loo Mr. J. E. T. Brancker Is appearing lighting and misbehaving -r the defendant. .ill," His Worship Mr. C. L Wal. ...!'.'. f*" Coairl of District wjn told bf-year-old labourer ., % „ .' Thomas • .before His Worship Mr. B. A. Conrad mil of Eagle Hall yeslrnd Major T. Bowrln. to go Into McLeod. Oliver Lewi, was ordere. dav when he pbeed him on atail io give up possession of the lann for three months for woundini mealing In British Clulani and house or be a ejected In ten Colbourne Howell <>f Halls Rnad Incorporated Chamber! To Abolish Conlrols g> From faga I .ntiollci of Supplies, was Meats (to mention only a few) that Government had to cantrol At present, unfortunately, due to dollars, and that as long as Oovunforeeeen circumstances, Rice is ernment was ssibsldiskag certain in short supply: but Flour. Picitems, the controls would not be kled Meats and Rice involve a removed. He felt th.it that was Governirct subsidy and this is working a hardship on the com. the current excuse given for the tnunity, and added that 1 1 tr ee retention of Import control on trade were allowed, the coiisumer these commodities. However, has would not mind paying a cent not Professor Beasley in his re'nore for an item if they were port. "A Fiscal Survey of Barnetting it m good supplv Dados" recommended In effect Little Kftect on Price that Government subsidy on these Mr. J. O. Tudor agreed that fnndttuffs be abolished? Let us. subsidies should be taken off II, HI .is .. C'hiin.hei nuke Ng*n B*JaM it wtiul^ li.ive little %  no sentation fo the Government toeffect on the price new paid by wards thi>. end. Even If subs diethe consumer, and suggested that on these commodities were abolthe money which was "now goished, there will still be found nig down the drain" could be put some other excuse for maintainto better use. ing controls because there are Mr. H. A. C. Thomas said that] many per S ona virtually making the two main factors to the queai their living out of controls and Uon of decontrols were (I) that are dependant on theli continuethe British Government conaidtlon Let us get back to free tradeied still that the Colonies were nig when competition will keep In the dollar allocation, and as consume, prices at reasonable such, did not wish controls to be levels, and un nver-purchase. removed on the spending of doteven if it as in a hard currency Urs. The answer to that was that market, will automatically d,us.if they spent all the dollars Itself. the essential materials which Cost of Controls were required, there was no Let us not also forget that the point in keeping the dollar concost of controls, that of mainIrols, On thgfl particular point, tinning the office and staff of the be felt that the delegates, to the Controller of Supplies is now an Conference in London were wet! itiflable expense on the combriefed. ruinily as a whole, and an enThe second factor was the ques. cumbrance to the business com. tion of subsidisation, and once To keep "/iitie 4asv 6cdies %% fit and act. ve. give trnsm HALIBORANGE •very day THFRS'I NOTIUMO UXI IT for huilding up reserves <^ vital energy, promoting bcalthy gn>* :h, strong bones sod teeth — aod resistance to lUocss. tho matter Asocttlon 'ilh the Exporter 1 munity in particular The Oils and Pat is another instance which has long outli inal intention. Wh ter is on the agtuj.. Joint Discussions days. He appealed against St. Mr. Thomas reported yesterday decision. OERMA1NE PILE, a pedestrian u "' 1 n 0 Exporters Asaoclatlo-i H ebecca Lewis told the court of Erittons Hill. St. Michael, was jnd the Sugar Producer, At>c*M !" tar ^"J r "new her husinjured In an accident at the Protlon nad new joint tlUcuszr'L:L Howell wai and Quarter. St. Peter. • • • CARLCTTA BOYCE of Boscobel, St. Peter, is at present a patient at the General Hospital. She is suffering from a broken left leg. Boyce fell from the platform of motor lorry A—134 at Boscobel. Road, St. Peter, last week. The lorry is owned by Turner Hall Plantation and was being driven by King Chandler. A VERY UNUSUAL report reached the Police yesterday. It came from Cosfleld Saundeis of Bank Hall, St. Michael Re told the Police that while he was under the Influence of alcohol he was lying on Top Rock Road at about 4.2S p.m. on Tues. day. He stated that a car passed over his right foot and fractured it. He did not see the number of the car or the driver. Saunders was taken to the General Hospital by a Police Patrol Car. CASBERT BEST of Wood. bourne. St. Philip, reported to the Police that a bicycle was stolen from the bicycle stand at the Plaza Theatre, Olstins, between 8.00 p.m. and 10.40 p.m. on Monday. It is the property of Vernon Taylor of the same address. The Police ore carrying out investigations. Mr. Thornan aald that the Kxsorters Association had m ul % %  aiirecommend .lions as to what they considered oheuld he thin, to Improvr -he don. Mr. A. S. Bryden %  U'-iested that the Chamber vhould reolv Government, pointtn" oat that he Copied as her agent for collecting the rent -^ day 0* the house. The house with land n i attached is situated i>t Deighton Road. Christ Church. The defendant used to pay rent to her pn^^f w „ lflll denied Agreement. However. 1 under. id that stand, that Trinidad Government both of for ona, kns ratified the Agreefell to the ground. ment but to far our Government Dlfm'RBANrE has not aod I suggest that the FINE OF 5 to be paid in Chamber urge our Government en days' imto do so as soon as possible posed on 65It u evident the consumer in year-old James Brewster of St. Barbados is not getting his full Matthias Gap. Christ Church by requirement', oi Edible Oil, and His Worship Mr C. L. Wnlwyn while I am willing to admit that bere.lWO and refused to pay any ^ r J na k n 5 c", U^IM"** " ^ trm ,£t ot ^\ > T rU,,d ^ d atM K more Aa fnr HI he knew th, arn s I!" ". s < Michael. be a little higher than those at '•Sifr.hJtan.dMSel.me AfflB*?tXB ?-• EE !" 5 •BarUdos, in Annl 1040 tno defendant stood in Ihe road, th. Barbed. . ooaumar would Oliver Swh denied that he '^" > whl P^""" 1 "" %  *"> nd II ehaar I ..nd m man. In. cyer Mid rant to Kin, and ..Id %  ca ^|d ^ _,_.... stance, pref. to pay a Httl, the propert** agent. James King said that the defendant paid him rent for tho house from May 8. 1050 to NovemOil T H Radar. .'i IT" and freight. that the Iwn orranlsation* had studied thReseet and thai the Chamber hoped *.h %  Oorernment would do somethlni to expedite matters In that connection. He enqalred wh.t %  iepM were brim taken In connec t !an with the import..Hon Into Canada of %  alase e a In bulk from Cuba, and It was Steamship pointed out that the Exportmotor vessel era Aaaeefstton and the Begar Producers A—ee.a l .sn have taken a verv eerteos vtew of the molasses industry, and the fact that there are different prices being paid for Coeimvmwealth aturar and sugar which Is twins sold In the World Market. Recommendations It was not a matter which they felt should be taken with any degree of complacency, and one which needed urgent attenIt*"tlon. In view of that the Aasoci.teg/. pOR LOITERING tlon of Shippers have made cerHIS WORSHIP M atber than pay drinking tor fjfy and did not know what he was t m| ny,,, f or Lard" Substitutes. TB. RADAR % %  > ThU b Just another mstunco IN THE COIX>NIAI. COURT of 'Nqi FST TODAY where controls tanrf to increase Admiralty before His Ixirdshlp _J1" oll, [ F iI L?'-'i'. rather than decrease tho cost of t .J L IS THE ANSWER Police Coroner of District livliif. The l.i,i War Tho Chief Justice Sir Allan Coll.more yesterday, an application will resume hcarinn today In the f fi^doao but was made for an order ,n the inquMt Into the 'I'^r"! !" ^ "" %  Chamber to tt.ht sale of the motor vess.1 T4V Batfa. 2? !" 1 ,! 1 !" _^.?f."-"-."fJi^RT dom from Control!? AM Inlerview was fought of Dalkelth. by tender, in the >r. **„£?"ET.'.S. or 14 days' imprisonment with • hard labour. Alleyne had one in previous conviction. i Mini Hi u REMANDED WINSTON WALROND alias "Dauber", a labourer of Ivy Village, St. Michael was yestershould be made to Goverumen' regsrding the mat r, becau.e there was friction a tang the .1...ttcr was flrst brought up *v!aiia1 firms which had quoila. March bv Mr. A. S. Brymm. H^sald gw^ reasonjo^iainIf you knew her secret you, too, could bo more clwmint, lovi.y, attractwi ... aad ihc sscm of brr aHiaviivencsa is Oea-Ro-.Na. Don* 1st ofeadisa uadenum oaloar spoil rour osturJ fisshoass. • Odo-Ro-No tlcly stops nerspi(auoa aod odour tor %  lull 24 hours. • Odo-Ro-No stays creamy looser —never gatsgriny even in open i*< • No deodoraot cream is so lisim lass to uhrk %  as Odo-Ro-Na • No deodorsBi crcsm r to deodorsBi crcsm 11 gcniiet i seaMrl.* skin, sad n is se 0D0R0-170 the Governor. Mr. TliomaiS reminded members jay remanded until September 12, The Council of the Chamber that while they were enjoying %  when he appeared beforo His will also ask Mr. Therold Barnes considerable oreference for sugar Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. to represent the Chamber on tb.t m Canadn. they were not given charged with breaking and enterCommlttce. or alternatively, Mr. the same preference In the CSraS oig the building of Brsdshaw A; Alwell of the City Garace of Fancy Molasse-. Co.. at St. Michael's Row. St. BEDFORD j 10/12 CWT VAN T.HTrtodcqnot fo mitomt! \V Brush vour teeth with Ipana and you clean them extra-white. And, because of the unique formula andcriying Insna's refreshingly diiTcicnt" mint flavour, you fight decay by reducing adJ-forming bacteria. Mas s a ge Tpaiu into your gums and you help keep mam firm and healihy. In this way, Ipana acts at a safeguard again.i tnoth-lossri, more than half of which arc caused by gum uuubles. f-'or whiter lecth, healthier gums, follow the Iparia vasf %  'HE TOOTH PASTE.. c J&'j K fSESHIHOLY DIFFERENT -~ l-SQPi.TT OS taMTCH. WTISt, LONDON AMQ NIV V"> g^Z M>H CARRMl £ MORE %  *-* %  isslsBsasM aaaasr I, baade tbc Jn !" PeaV frocl door. SB* „„r. % %  ^ja.snt mq^mmmt SSAKES deoa on be let open for hoeasMo-koiaK delesarr. TaatJaW gjQm f||| If liiHan saal seat naraiaaj darfc tiegplrf, Jaanij as • %  lisaaa.. %  —41 New. hatb-tancienCT 4 cjimder esssase oc %  Ms-bore. -**n tassfct —*** %  • %  a-errr ifcrslan produce, more po-er from less petrol, reduce. ..mon cravat TO RUN -d oa. ai. Tmi aba 9Hmi0 >-. ajb raaraaaad tf sarjV \>tr Shipment Arrirrd — SV ikall ue pltummd >a tupply particular*. HOIfFJIT IIKIH LIMITED. .This i'entlcni^*:


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I'M. i rwo HAKBAOOS ADVOCATE Tlllltsl.W MllhMBER 11. 1K fyvub Caliiwi T*H' T. JAV Mic of Trtnaaa M V on TVldiv on %  n bo v % %  inn S: -1 Came. %  M,...Vn/ U-turn* daug \ I Muir who U a tinien: ill Kngiand. returned bv ll.W.I.A B.O1A.C "'i Tuesday la RB' I •Mad and Jair.HM 1,.id h*>n spending her • w Mr parents Far Fin* %  • M R i IIAMPF.KSAl .> S. n.inl returned to Trin rt, on Monday 1*1 by II* I A 1 i live weeks' noUetaj ii., Jand a a cue*' t Ind Hotatt Moliduviii} l/fif M il AND MHS A. H OO* wer* among the nri%*> from British Guliinn on Mam n Bfl B W I.A for OM RSMttl'l B day. Thev arc guests al £> Hi I 1 loHyiMn Rod. Q.C. H*isfn>.. Hrturn* M RS FRANK BYNOE. Sen 10ii Mistress. Que*!.'College, is hack in the Island. Sh.lefl fa England on ll.h Apt I 11,nn leave. Among llie place* >hr vi-itcd WM -Avon to utteno %  1 1 .;.. monal In under the auspice. < I Hrillsh COUDBfL Enjoyed Slay M R ROY MILLINCTON. En*llsh Master II Harrison College, returned home from Brooklyn, New York on Monday evening via Puerto Rieo. 11 %  has bean upending three months' holiday a* guest nf Mr. and Mr*. Joseph MornMrs. Morris is his aunt. V' Millingtin: nul that he hrd an i-njoyable stay in Brooklyn. From Arttigum Vdi: f Nl'NES was imon the Lod* Parade Frmm B.G. M its Kl I ...It-. lt.W.I.A. from Polio Stricken Mother Seen Baby On T.V. lyfKA. T WASON II A. %  DETROIT. Sept. 10 en mother rested t^ment'-tily in he. iron lune on 1 Wednnuay .fie. wins rmkJn on Ukvu'on A .VRvVSoTS, brought to Mrs. Dorothy R;ikK< Itftl^lde nd five weelr* old Denn local Htutiort programme for b BMttHH t ..ndmiring ner stay h-re he will be wm a guest at Enmore Hotel Assistant Colonial Engineri f St. Lucia arrived in the colony 11 ring the week by B.W.IA He 1 .iccompanied by his wile and n* have cren* over for The pretty M jrgaff nlll n oth.-iM 'tricked on August l<>. thy v after *he returned frcm ho rhort gflal with her new 11.1l Y. Holiday. terday wfc the first time -he hi.) Anivlng the previous week was ***** him ivhmg iiim all hapfitnes* in ln future years. /*#ll,.n.-vmmm>* DOUGLAS '.III of Sun*wry Plantation and Mn. • ill. former I, of Paul Ovfi. S'.. Vincent, ware arrivals by B W I.A. during the week. The* were St Vincent on 'he 1*"*" M"K \tanufacturer Slaps Waiter MONTE CARLO. Sept. 10. Directors of Mori, Carlo Casino said today they fdbeiu-d Br'tish automobile manufftim.r Sir Bernard Dudley DxKeand hla wife to iav out of the hUBsJHU Thev said Lidy Docker slapped the face of a casino waiter, complained loudly about the fashion pa s^a 7SSS ..nd a.o ... tMii Sr, n p d "^"T" !\ ?ttoa }•..* actress Maniyn 1 a wide smile and cat gown as she load; the America beauty pageant at laattt C*y. N. J. Grand Man '>a\ 1 *ha parade. Miss Monroe led 32 irw-ricaa feanatlea from all over > n.iifon fee a gale spectacle wed by JOO.aW (liacr..ai^>inl 1dlan Htivk Horn*stage Sunday night. M'^ Ihe slap nn a r inuni*iii Amon. among the piissenger* leaviug by lhr preaent in the c-ino at the BW.I.A. on Sunday. They had time was Prince Aly Khun been spending two weeks' holiday here aa guests at I ndru merOucat Docker la head of the Defmler House. Mr. Lucky is a Theatre Auto-noblle workt. whose cusITrprietor in Ran, rerrund... lomer* include the BHU I Ji'iin IIY. Barrbtcr-at-Law He has CMT* over (or one w*ek's •*•** nir-veri here on a short holiday as %  guest M the Hoi*l 1 i"inc*s visit from Tennessee Roval. > S A II hope* to he leaving in a , P ., I %  *• He 1* a truest at In 1 h lo friiutlail me c;i„^i n< M RS HEN( KK1.I. and het daughter Greta returned to San T'nian.lo Trlmda*' "ii Prhtaj ILffl by B.W.I.A .iftcr |"iirtinr (• *" %  Klan holiday as gueat* at day on a Worthing. ((ucst g| nl Hi.7. ml Worthltu; FriMn \ I'/irzwIii V|U. S. SAMAROO who cam* g|{ ANn ifstt] -X ov, by Il.W.I-A from Trimi*I ,„ m .,., n) Ven whete he will take up an appointed tor the w*ek-ond returnee! eiueln foi tw In 1 hulidav, mant al Kingston College rMr> Gerdlng. inuthur tr a fiveMonday He U ProMr> cuenca u a Solicitor and Claaelcal Master. I^^M'^L y ^.V 10 ^ raar prietnr Of Samaroo Botihng Lid during then stay here he and his A farewell party was held at %  * <*' ">e police thai she and i-in* Hal -day henWM %  w ,f P w ,n ^ guests at th(1 (lf Mr „„, Mrs Cjmp on Wednesday ofler a flve^hc u lull Sealy of Sailer-.. St. George, alt-down strike in his front yard feiimer pupil ol laxlge School and anded without reunion. liut pret'y ..( Codrlnglon Collage rwi-haired MM Manic Gerdln,:. I.f! the island on Monday li* • a %  '" 'bat she would not give I'ENCA ..one B W.I.A. for Kingston. Jamah* U P trying to locate PBJUI Burke short hobdaj Indi o-'i Gueai 11 st at Worlhuig. Christ Church Hotel. lepartum CROSSWORD rr- -Trr "^^^^I r r r -i ._r z !f— ~~ W .7 Is %  10 s. ; < Pictures Taken With Sheep't Eyes LISTENING HOURS not seen htm since Friday She peiched herself on a tree slump In front ol Burkr' home yesterday and staved there for five hours till the police persuaded her to give up. She left with im.dcnlkhed friends .. NEW YORK. Sepl Vnericrtii Medical A 'inn's rhlnf motion picture photo • grapher revealed Wednesday ihut -' I he la taking pictures with sheep's J;,^,, 1 evei. Raluh Creer said lie got the I..,I "in In.own le-lures. > > ii, -A .is .dwi.ys lelling amateur utm photographers that man-made -... M % % %  .1 -• The marriage would have cli— maxed a three-week courtship. %  nw Mes. • iff. >%  Taa Mrs. Gerding told authoiit.os that H-nsVi p^a ? he h J ""own Burke three year. 1 1. i Huiiv LaaasM r..ihowever 'I've given up my 10b 1 m Rimtk* Koraakav. i i% and m> apartment, and now I'm f* without a Job and without .1 place fl to live.'' she said She said that -.'..,. >....( N. lha „. spi*t. nauai Ua duplication Far***. 1 OS p m .-*• H"m. % %  am N *roni Ori'ain mM s>* laaaat H afM I. One uncle l Know laKsa 11. iti %  1 TendwicT U maks U*s sun row 1 These insf De mads on 1 AeroM (or 2 Down. (i 1. Share out <&l i. Hee %¡ ths peat T () i. Place 10 |M ties. 1*1 > Mimmii Da well told. (4) If, Aver idiouaairr. It) %  ii Scvnrof combat(Bl '1 Ho degrw of Dread, tat %  Cattle sned. (i Ueero 1 Buue Ooasn't neatl a Maalear 10 .'*ll%Ol II. (B-Jl a suod 17 to laU. (•) I Wrong wai 10 n*e. 1*1 w ..... I POur-:fjnl Dseat. m a TTa rorsi to be aleas. ill i Break out by a trio (1 if. Trap, it) 13 tmali DIUJI wee(It 15 Often eaas foree (4) i a. Huggen •* tn ailg. 14) igrd as a drtnos v-iuiioL ol % % %  ueftars pwaaa.^attaeti Disi f a m M. i Eauen: T?^taan. lo • Ii iltt u ir/TaM |47rriaBl MI !• ii/wi" ia. asaauBS. 31 ftaie it Raaari Daaa I .1 aaiaasi a Otlm 17 i naiuri make* ihem. 1 He beg.ui wondering if the duplication was as -'nl as he was j is p m w~ • saying So he got fresh sheep's CKami>iiiip i gytfl :ioni the Armour research N*n-fi. > 3e .laboratory in Chicago, fitted them t" .'''' iwith shutlers and ground glass r o|'inngs in the retin.is .md took I pictures. I Aa a lens maker for photo graphers. man has it all over nature he said adding that there \ was proba.bly no pruclical value' in what he had done. But he Is I niiig hl| esp-'rum nis Hiaarehert may take up his idea, .and it all may lead to m.im>thiug. I he continued. Kight now Creer is trying to keep sheep's ffag -thai u workable aa lenaes — for indcm-.it< periods. And he is trying in. I change tne Ibcal length of sheep's cyee by eU-clncil stimulation Sheep's eye lenses have a focal | length of only .i lev. inches. The lenses "cloud" ; ft. i i few hours. Hut the fact remanii he has taken I sharp pictures .vitli them even bn coloui Sprcial lli>|ultl in p .. New* I-., in OT p m t h " Blip" ftp-ahe r ihe would forgive Burke if no had changed himind. "All he has to do Is expbiln face to rai %  kg said. While she ktpl up her vigil walchin*;. neighbours oflere-l her food. She refused anything but a drink of water. 'I'm on a hunger strike tiHi.' gtff hold them. —; .r. Enchanting IMamond Rings nilL. unii ui'i vis.*, i HI II v. DM (MDtVll ial a I i Li-own Creer .mnounced his experiments at thv Hhtiual meeliiiK of tinBiological Photographic Asaoclation of whlrti he U a pant President —t/.F. Rupert's Spring Adventure—29 l* STARSa nd YOU nes *% and what your outlook ia, according to the stars. I civic group acliv.tie: nwdi %  mitleri are eapecially —You who engage .aril 30 experimenting Wit and other worthy favoured now. aaaaaaK• T ik *•*! as > ou ,,n P u ^" Apru —May gff (o .iiscover the good point* in persons; be not crllic.il. nor gullible N st.iiling nn jaa. %  nTPTf < ~ You -"Ctive-minded folks can bull mr ai -BM zi t:9Vi |0 aayi p\ ay up versatility: attend lo important things flr Relax sumeienty OAlfOn riBMllaa leady. energetic rffnrt Press. Joaa 72 —Jfjy n )nj( as tutely when necessary, vou can advance. Be mindful vou have responalblltUO Jaly 34—Aag 22 ALg LIA gept. tt—Oct. t* %  OORFZO Od. gAOITTAJaTCni %  av. 3—Dee. t •lei • • • There will be need for extra thought today. Indications point to active, fast moving events, maybe new problem!! Try to improve your position. * # -Show .1 shrewd, keen interest in your affairs: maybe you can achieve some top honours Give ample time lo family. • • • —General outlook favours business, financial and professional matter* Good rays predominant for things requiring vigour, sound judgment: also the arts. * -Mav be times to-day when delicate situations must be bandied. Do not allow sentiment or personalities lo te|w a l aj . % %  mi.ure.rfchoivKal HN* M.v.n„ a ,s,. U ...me. ISttM TO SFUVl! Wilh lettuce .nd other Rteens Wi a me.l in Ml. Or vuu en mi* it with favorite BM... serve it as a vegetable with cold me.t. ,,,,., „.,.. IUIN7 Vegetable Salad ... %  Minanr'— ta a "real! Jill i \ ^r? % %  w ^€ I .-•" ^Htmz Gft. WASHINGTON. Britain seems to be facing another hard fight to hold on lo her Empire Preferences— already igaafUvM and dented by internnlonal trade conferences at Geneva nd Torfiuay The in-w assault is expected tc 3. A campaign to lower Anienean larlfTs so that sterling nations ran increase dollar exports. t. Dollar aid with the obteel nf Britain freeing the C Tb' COtnmOUwenlU) conference ill have lo give ihe g..-.iln-.-., is DANGEROUS _J.*a i • i %  .. PLAZA BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2Jlo) be linked up with any new flnan*** anv I*' 1 1 which adopts ilwse cial aid which may be sought by ideas. A spokesman at the Britain after the Commonwealth British Kinbassy i n Washington Prime Ministers meet in London d recently:— ii! A N ;;;'T b ;r r ,Vnd,v.* the wh. -^ •".?• *%*** •*?• Ingaan p ( *t. .me of ihe vnSci "V y Untul,vc None of x *) ,s iC^t lru-siworthv and Satlti '"'""""""i • %  * ,rn '" ^' aMt. ^Vd'JepoX^wroie re^enlK ^ AM.'J ^JgggWM that tour main [minis are belli,. ( American "jinking. Itudled indc^ndently bv British "*T •'• ittL^'L^iT-^' 1 and American oOclab, *"' rc ,h AB1 *" can y 0 f >1 1. Five to tan-year agreement under which the VS. will buy Commonwealth raw materials l/i a Imited price range. 2. Large U .S. investment* In under-developed areas of the Commonwealth ; HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD KOOD4L THEATRES EMMtRE Openlnc To-marrs* ;.3I S.: 3 Rhowa Sat. 1.J0. U'. A l.lff nd continuing dally 115 A S.M .""BATTLE AT APACHE PASS JOHN LUND Itff ''n7ecAwco/or A TrT.e^ Si'MMKK DRESS VOOiPS I'LAIN BRMRERC SHEERS Ivory. Peach. Blue PRINTED BEMBERCS oxclusive'DeMgna PRINTFil CREPES PLAIN SPUNS White i Colours PRINTED SPUNS AIM SHARKSKIN White. Pink. Oyster. Primrose. Torquols*. Azure. I1.4C I1.M ll.U JU M 4i 11 M KM T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH Phone 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE ^a> t-i rj


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THURSDAY. SI.PTF.MBF.R 11, 158 BARBADOS UiVOCATE PAGE FIVE More T.B. Cases Notified Already This Year Board Of Health III >IO\ l\. A 4K.VVK Agree To Estimates BEFORE THE BOARD OF HEALTH accepted the July i nment Ch.e£ Sanitary Inspector at its :>* yesterday, the President of the Board. Dr. E. B. O0HfT drew atteniion to the increase in the number of cases of enteric fever and tuberculosis this year up to the end of August, as compared with the same period last year. The ImtJasa in toe number of enteric fever is front 29 to 33. and :.„ai 43 to 81. The iTtsMent MM that while the number of wMtic r not u! : % %  %  lid not call i ii had ti' keep n look out. The ii that the Senior Medical .OfftOST and his staff were to bp commandad on the hrlt> they Rave in itaalltll with notified cises of enteric r.v, r rMimu.OlMliiM BurgCas of Small The Board ap id '<• Hal Town and Joseph Branch of $17,7ftli proposed nVtin Tytne Bottom, were both injured curren'.. %  : Iba %  *• 'heir bicycle* collided on Board agreed to tag, AsUbury Road yesterday morn%  S/. Jotrph Ifound-Up 3 Injured In Bicycle Collision of Dr. C that could asjjfxM much i Letting Of 1 ..;ul The Board •' they ,n a* about eight o'clock. Also involved in the collision waj Rudolph Sealry who was riding on the bicycle with Burgets, Sealey was slightly injured on his right knee There was no Hospital treatment, but all three Mom Roads At The Pine fteudents of the i'nie Housing Bahama find the additional roads wham are being built connect in 2 the area with other roads quite • some >anl yesterday. Forrrierly, but for track or two, there was only one road to fat to or from the area, but many hundred yards of roads are being built to prevent residents from having to uavel by way of circuitous routes. As the residents get mam settled in this district, they say that their main need now is central shop. At present they ha\* to Co a long distance to Collymore Rock to get groceries and a few of the area actually sell some items from windows The Housing Board have fo sometime now been considering the question of erecting a Shop in the district, probably on cooperative lines, and the residents koaa 'hut something will soon be done about it. fiaannteed Roles Watches LOUIS L. BAY1.F.Y Itvtdfng and lilting "I 11 acres, 3 roods : land In lots at were given First Aid. Braiirhbury, St. Joseph, by Mr. Alan P. Cox. Knocked Down The Board approved the divlB( ,. v ,,. ta .__._. &&&£ %  r^Si^JH—^-x^ ESS G. L. Fanr.er. The Board postdo ...„ bv „ HoB ,_ Ih „ a i„,-ilpod cojmd.ra_t.lon of th. appll,T hoVly^flrr lour tfdSi. tear the .rum.' iiuuniiK m trying to bite av it, but was cheeked by Ernestine Inniss. the child's mother. Thchild received no injuries, but was shocked from fright. Ycster_ aa y th e child and the same dog rn which is ownea by Cievon Jones child's father, were seen sara?? sat vF% *Asra Clapham. Christ Uiurch. ConstdaraUon srlU be given to the application when it is made in the proper form. The Board agreed to return ___ the plansubmitted to them in lhv playing together i their home. connection with I sale of la-id in lots at Vaughan's Plantation and Ovingtoii. St. Adams Defeats Jersey Joe J"Ph. |" '<* ,hc About 20O spectators -aw Kid %\ 4"—!2£r C — ^-"V?"^; Adams (152) score a T.K-O. win Archer's Anthem At St. Mary's Repeat Performance Tomorrow IT was a happy circumstance which linked the ilrsl public rendition of Sgt. Archer's anthem; "The Lord Is My Light And My Salvation" with the Potronal Festival of St Mary's. Hundreds of us who heard it at Sunday's Evensons were convinced that in Cecil Archer. Barbados had produced another musician of high calibre. And I do not gauge my summer by the flight of a single swallow. Two labourers arc removing the solid concrete which hold* the base of a four-ton crone or Messrs. DaCotiU ft Co. Ltd. Tbi irane will be removed from one side of the wharf to the other. Nat Butcher, who in hi* time has removed four cranes and erected three, is using the in pound sledge. %  X carry an annartmvnt of GOOD UOUKS %  fffj llirm III Atnttcate Stationery reti Hay' Joe; Hi lade by Messrs. A( | ami (152) score a T.K-O. win Tne niusic of the anthem is of Ho has been in the Police Hand Griffith on behalf of ovcr Young Jersey Joe 4.161 > In """ dignified thoral type which for about 3U years. He was one r Sugar Estates. Ltd. y,,, fourth round of their scheduxs ">e emot'on by the ncluies* of the first six boys drafted int uled ten rounds encounter at tho of its melody. Its outstanding the l and by the late Bandmaster Belfast Social Club On Monday feature is an appropriately deep Mi. Uvniiwmugcl and he Is Ui>' evening last. religious feeling and the comonly 0 .0 rttnaiajng; two went to From the first gong, both fightposer makes no concession to ihe the United State*', one of thci 1 ers seemed intent for a quick singers. The tenors reach up lo making records lor the Master 1 knock-oul. and during the latter "A". Voice; two others have gone Office Of W.I. Trade Commissioner Opened In London Crane Being Removed The four-ton crane of Messrs., DaCosta & Co. Ltd.. is now uniiji removed from its position on the opposite tne building which houses the Harbour and Shipping Master's Oftu-o and the Panel net Department. It will l>e rc-erected on the other side of the wharf by Cavans Laii/, op(Hisile the DaCusta & Co.. \M.houga. Formerly the building which is iw occupied by the Parcel PoM tages of the first round, botn xhe anthem open* with n line" duty, and the other iTout oX i'i>arlmeht was a fighters took counts of three after beautiful soprano solo sung by Ihe Fou-e. H. ui:lh of MsrvKi.' J'.il'usia & Co. Ltd. warehouse %  Jsee 11 bai THE Barbados Chamber of CoiniiHTce has been notified that the office of the Trade Commissioner for the West Indies in London has been opened. The app 3W pointment of a Trade Committaking body punches After four Blalr Murray with much feeling and thestandVrdI "of" his -': • %  k " vei *>y G 'iT'lfJ^rJ^t "JhT JSS??h a nd -PProP'^te shading. As .. .urely entitle him to gomeCOD'^ ^une docs not servo Us m.M K, 1 ^^ ^ ., TKO Xtorv ,rPblc toy on his last round he U Mdenuon. I urpose in ita pM i ,K r SSi^ ,H '.15? SSS • ,I ln cla hy himself as far Colourful Settitur The bastl of ** crane u >' unk d Adams a south n ^ tbtM J^ 80> My one ,, no T7he (^, m that •*" < l d ^" '" ** ?"* criUcism of the anthem is that the Sgt. Archuh a written music for '' nl bw n " th ^ ,p 5J or 1 ov Bioncr is still engaging the atTreated At Hospital >lo Is a trifle too long, but Murpublic performance, but on th;s y *" > }?' main dimruity is tention of the Re B ional Economic •^ m | iu kf .u of Bowling ray sang really we l. occasion, the setting; wi.s coloui" rcmov '' ,he concrete from the Committee, but an Assistant Grcm wat lr eotcd nt the General from the delightful soprano f U | and most appropriate. The „*. n . ,,_,,.. Trade Commissioner has been Hospital on Monday for an insolo the chorus takes up the strain Rev. Mr. Hinds |< .. r, m-e i.mtnj ^t< ^ uUne 1 f' w !" claims thit appointed, Jury lo his right hand, which he to a lively accompaniment on the tho Anglo Catholic rltu.ih ,\ 1 removed -o At the meeting of the Council sustained in a fall from his mule organ. Mr. Callcndar was at Ms with him on this occasion h* had !5* lh H!' ,ou L (r "*r n ? P ut of the Chamber yesterday the cnrt on Friday last. He was disbest. The entry of the ba-s Cpl Rogers another member ot !" n im "' hns ''"dertaken ta President Mr. G H. King charged. betrayed Mr. Archer's love of ,he Tolice Forco end 5 prlvaV clr p i !hu b "" e P"" brlnn Mt The CMmbw wn also lnlormMoney" •> the sublecl ot a dcIect of • band of wood, wind rltiullib found a backrni%  C<1 that Mt. Rotivr K Parlour, the bate ot the United Social on Monand brnsH iiutrument->. Cal'en.gainst the severe robes of bl nawly iDoolDtod %  ttl.tanl 10 Mi< %  >v Dlghl Usrt QladtloM Dowg din nappy UM M thf i M ipno n tad srtalta ol tha eholrl tan. A i T Grant Major Canadian Trade .'.oeonded by Ivan Welch spoke and oboe supplied the best these stood out In bold rellel Lbmmisiioncr at Trinidad, would in favour of the subject while chamber organ effect. against Ihe spoilers whttl l: at I'ort-of-Spain on Hubert Small ""^"""'Ldl'XThe composition is a tribute lo <""><''' '" """'• would be attending the 9th Con.! votes. Edwordine Alleyne. £M^.aMnll the the seldom used upper lalle. in (ran of the Incorporated Chamchairman for the occasion, anPolice Band, his light hid under were now occupied. It was a Din? of Commerce Nvhich asscmnouncrd that the proposition had a bushel. He became an Assoctribute to Snl. Archer and n DT al Ceorwlown. SrWlh GuIwon by the narrow margin of lale of Ihe Victoria College of ra „ snc d were they. Ihal r. ana an ths 20U. Oclober. two votes. There were about 300 Musi,sim-c UU8. and as an Inhave been made that the Anil,.-n ana on m t ui persons attending tho Debate, strumcntalist he Is without "peir" !*• rendered again at tha I Trade with Holland but only 70' members votea^ i„ tie Band. Tho only Instrusong tomorrow (Friday I night. There will be another Debate „,„, ln „,,, ^^ wh|ch j hayo greater Irlhuta In tha Tho President of tho Chamber „, th!. club on Thursday. Sop ; not ^„ or „ cord „,„, pllJr „ m( r|1 of m ^^ (h>n ^ ^ Repeat I'crfnmiance '"*, sSouKive^usl'SaK y -^n for of Commerce yesterday 4nrormed temi-er 2S. beginning at 7 -J* the clarionet, and he is members at the meeting of the p.m. All persons present will ho tho reclu i Ut claM Council Chamber that he had allowed been informed by Mr. Larson -Vomen Netherlands Vice Consul here n g with Men that Mr. Yonker would be visitlng the island towards the end of Standpipc Kcmoved r to meet^ ^..j ajaa aituated Clifton Hall Tenantry wai cently removed from one to another. Before the removal was ing businessmen interested in doing trade with Holland. Sir Geitrgv Seel Visits #7oys' Club ilmosl in violin Ls'_. onder in that so scholarship-! have been awarded to people in Barbados under the cloak of cultural progress and others for efficiency, ot that someone concerned with rethese awards must have heard or site known of Archer. As condition* are even now. there arc sever.il P*rOfficer* and Inspectors of th formed, a stone pipe stand was po;^ ? or ce who have been sent hull! on lands owned by Clifton to lhe y K for | raln | n tn ,\ '_: pla ntation lKn nln surely Sg'. Archer would make Tho former site of the pipe was in a fitting praise of h: J. E. B. telio spot. He beg. about mid-day Ihe same djy. He has already excavated one side of the crane. "I am sure I can complete ihe Job by 1.00 p.m. on Tuesday next," Nat lol-l UAdveeale. Mr. (liii'ion Ilutcher of the Acme Knglneering Works -s supervising the Job. H. i. has the c rane partly d l-mantM New Members For Chamber Of Commerce Mr. H. I.ippman of Colonial Advertisina Co. in n | r The British Council ga also attended the function. Scores in the game. Stingo 181 another Free Film show at th-? A* the end of the programme f or seven declared and 1*3 for S. Joseph's Girls' School Sir George congratulated memone Sealey's XI MI Neville Horse Hill on Tuesday evening bcrs of the Clubs on the high Payne 64 and 53 batted well for last, and a large number of penstandard of their performance. Stingo and Grsntley Hiyncs 3 pie attended w STURDY AND STRONG FOR BOYS and GIRLS LACED AND STRAPPED Best English Brands REASONABLY PRICED Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & 13 BltOAD STREET I[SCHOOL SUPPLIES I.INIM: — In mn| iiu.lili.-ana all the nL.I II.,n Oi.cl.s from Hie Ui II.U ti. 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