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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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WHAT'S ON TODAY YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

it ea ad Rainfall from Codrington; .08 of an inch
Polce Courts : Total rainfall for month: one inch and
ut Wesiey H 42 parts
Highest Temperature: 85.5 °F

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Wind Velocity: 5 miles per hour
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Sunrise 5.45 am.
Sunset: 6.15 p.m
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ESTABLISHED 1895

Working Party On
Trade Hold Final Meeting —

Report Will Be Studied

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Airfield To
Be Built In
Grand Cayman

A grant of $120,000 towards
the cost of building an airfield
‘'n Grand Cayman is a nong five
new sDevelopment and Welfare
grants ttalling $287,232, approval!



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OW. is. | NAGUIB PAYS || Scmptreltc aertee Reaaae
a emptroller during August
By H.M.G. And W.I. Govts. | 3
f a St |_ Developments in the Cayman
pre CAIRO, sept 12. , ampe e | Sale ands, which include the estab-
. a veveral Mohamme | sshment of a, turtl .
From Our Own Correspondent Naguib, the strong man who | the opening ef a hate fades —°

abclished Egypt's antiquated

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in Luxembourgh earlier this week !the starter and the explosion oc-



gave the assembly the task of}curred. Francis was badly burnt
writing a constitution to bring | on both legs. P.C. Airell received
Europe closer to the dream of|minor burns and scratches, P.C.
political unity. Once it has writ-| Armstrong who was still on the
ten the constitution the assembly! side of the boat. was blown un-
will become Europe’s first con-!| der the jetty. Three men were!
stituent group and will meet in| severely shockeq and sent to the
plenary session at the Council of} hospital, The Harfour Master’s
Europe’s headquart¢s in Stras- | jaunch Florence towed the burn-
bourg.—U.P. @ On Page 3



Makki Will Go To
U.S. To “Talk Oil”

PARIS, Sept. 12

Hussein Makki, head of Iran’s nationalized oil industry,
declared on Friday that the “world will always need oil”
and announced he was going to the United States next
week to talk oil to anyone ready to talk business.
At a press conference Makki whose political position as
Secretary-General of Iranian National Frogt has made him
a power in the oil-rich but money-poor nation, turned a
very cold shoulder to the “compromise” proposal recently
offered jointly by President Trur.an and Prime Minister
Winston Churchill.

Emphasizing that he spoke as 2a
politician and not as a spokesman
for the Iranian Government — a
tack which reinforced the views

;not intend
the United
pared and
Iranian oil situation

from
pre-
the
anyone

asking for help
States but “I am
willing to discuss
with





who cares to.”
here that Iran’s Premier Moham-

med Mossadegh had not yet slam- } __

med the door to the Western offers












—Makki gave three reasons why
the joint offer should be refused.
1. “If we accept arbitration as
is suggested, we renew the 1933
agreement which we consider an-
nulled becat that agreement
provided tor ar on
2. “The Al ranian Com-
might come back as a man-
“The Irar ple
such good sof arbi-
ion and have Tears 1d anxiety
that method of settlement
; an example I will point to
the Leagu of Nations’ action
in 1933 which forced us to accept
an agreement which exter ded the
previous one for 40 years
Makki arrived here from Ger-
many where he everal Ger-
man techni I offere to
work in the nat alized Iranian
tr Mak returning
iT on S ’ rior t&
g fe he United Stat om |
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PICTURED IN’ FLIGHT



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mén elections as the first move|challenged the Republicans to a}, sats . , : ; ye
"For heaven’s sake don’t toward the reunification of Ger-|"responsible” debate without anton ue se sat
sayl told you—but l happen many. The draft will be sent to)‘ylittering adjectives” j teas ation and cick saa They
to know their eldest son left bie Western governments for up- —U.P. femphasized that United States
the Party under a cloud!” proval. Before it is sent to Mo irms aid for Japan can be ap-
cow, it will be submitted to Chan- > rat proved te ‘Goneress . ly dt tf .
cellor Konrad Adenauer of West I roposals l'o fran lapane > leat ¥ seeee
Germany and members of the Ageia ee oat building
North: Atlantic Treaty Council \y/ . si } me arms »TCes
Lumber Dealers E OP.) ty ont Be Modified However these expert aid
P t t LONDON, Sept 12 hat aid will not depend inne
» Y 7 a British official quarters dismiss- | Japa amending its Senatitution 4
rates | South Koreans |. ete teat long voce re ee
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 | the recent Truman-Churehill pro-Tarmar {t has been the long- |
A group of United States lum- | Rescue Comrades us for the settlement of the] standing United States policy that)
ber alers will be heard by the | aranian oil d'spute might be modi- | Japar despite its renunciation
Fe erat Trade Commission 0: SEOUL, Sept, 12. | Hi illicit a favourable reply instrument of national
Tu-sday in a protest against the}; A South Korean cue force| tT 1 Premier Mohammed Mos- . Should be allowed to have
use of the designation ‘Philippine {rammed through a circle of Chin-| Sade gh. A Foreign Office spokes - round. forces, and, perhaps, naval
Mahogany” on imported Phil'p- | ese to free a South Korean unit} man stated pate that ae ind aif units capable of defend-
pine lumbers, it was learned on!in the central sector on Friday | Ch oe le D'Aftais Re Peheran the country
Fridcy. The United States deal- | killing 35 Ree@s wounding 72 and| Gcorge M‘ddleton, had been sum- —U.P.
lers will argue that the trade name] capturing four. The South Kor-}moned t y Mossadegh for & lengthy
‘discriminates against} fiafonal/|eans est.mated that nearly 306 talc on Tr day but indicated ™ ‘ .
products” a@ spokesman said |Chinese encircled the trapped| tet the discussion had yielded no Soviets Release
Meanwhile the Philippine Em-| unit. The Reds were moving ir ae . sf Situation remains
bassy is preparing memoran- fram East and West when the] %5 belor« Je are awaiting a ‘ eg ¥ eds
dum +o he Conan ssion urging it | rescue force struck from behind.| T@ply to the joint Anglo-American 3 British Soldiers
to uphold its 1947 decision in} The Chinese withdrew after al] Proposals for ettlement”’, the : ‘
which it adjudicated the use of! four-hour battle during which pokesman added : : BERLIN, Sept, 12.
Philippine Mahogeny” as a trade they were pounded by United Britain and the United State The Soviets released three Brit-]
name.—-U.P. Nations artillery —U .P. are understood to have given]'sh soldiers who disappeared on\
: ~~ - nee es Mossadegh in the past few days| Tuesday night on the highway to
1 ‘clarification’ of the Truman-| the Wesi. They were turned over
Churchill proposals but to have| by the Berlin distriet Soviet head-
nsisted that these proposals}"1uarters Meanwhile the Soviets
hould form a basis for ful) fledg-| ‘sept their promise to lift restrie-
ed negotiation Officials here |‘ions on Allied military patrols
wid that there were no indiea-|General Chuikoy’s intervention}
‘tions to date of any change o nding the ban which began on
| hes rt on the part of Moss sade gh | Tuesday, appeared to result from |
} thous a sible that the forthe | the f protest by United State
| comir eply to the West's pro-| Hich Commissioner Walter Don- {|
0 als would not close the door!nelly, as part of his “get firm’ |
com let U.P. policy despite risks involved. }
_——. — tlowever. the Soviets continued to[
an, ‘ vdown truck traffic from West
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LONDON, Sept.
British
completed
night the draft of a reply to Rus-
sia’s recent proposals for a four
power meeting on Germany.

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delegates

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House and the State De-

12 the plans!
and French
On Friday

i programme,
+ oe attempt to dis-
ct -

tive
|

> made no

‘ourage it,
Reliable
programme

demand for a ‘ mor,
dynamie, and bold”

does not mesh
+ past legislative

posi-
foreign
the
He

sources said that the

/ with calls for giving Japan
party record, millions of dollars worth of war





the
in formu- | White
latte of United State policies | partme know of
abroad after the November | being drawn up in the Pentagon.
elections. Diplomatic policy makers have
Im a speech in Kansas City,|not yet approved the pr
on charged that the Repub-]but have





















| FOR JAP boxy arcggeyl









| TOKYO, Sept.
| ‘The ailing Liberal Party le ner B’DOS SCHOLARS 1952
| Ichiro e at ima hed h
| campaig for the Minis-| The following candidates hav
| ter’s office ith ing ce-)°een awarded the Barbados
!nunciation of ‘cruel violent ( | Scholarships
munisr Hatte rv ide | Classics :
first political addre nee 1946.! L, A. Thompson—Codringtor
‘when he wos purged by General) College, ¢ 4. Williar Harrisor
| Douglas MacArthur for national- | College
istic ir writing Modern Studies:
Hattoyama about to become H. DeB. Forde Harrison Col-
j Prime Mir when Shigeru. lege
)¥ ‘ to power. Hat- | Science
ech be fe
Bt | j 1 3 l C “ Harr on l
I )
' st U.P.

conference of Caribbean Com-
mission was due to take place in
e On Page 5

|







‘ Grand Cayman, will benefi ‘.
2. ; . it sub
There a LONDON, Sept. 12 titles, paid a fine on Thurs- || stantially drom the improvement
1e report of the working party on the Canada- W est day night for using one. At TORONTO: ‘The. firian hea im cot. munications which the con-
studied by Her Maiesty’s Government and West Indian dinner at an officer's club starting pistol for the shone ‘mae we coh ‘ot Bint bees
Governments. In conjunction with the report, there is to he referred to the forme: race at the Canadian National Ex- put at $446, Pree te ot tam
er study of inter island shippin iy ; ee nuibition in Toronto stampede: islanc
be a further study of int land shipping. Premier Aly Maher as “Ex hibit T peded i funds and f oh
eellency”. By Naguib’s de- thre sang from the pro-
An official Colonial Office statement to- night says the chhk: sazecis Maine Wah. ao ; Ani elephants appearing im an ceeds of a loan, as well as from
working party has provided an invaluable opportunity for | title there had to pay one rao: 7 ee +, ae the Development and Welfare
joint discussion between representatives of West Indian piaster. the runners on the track — and “es
Governments and other ,departments in oLndon on all When a young officer Wes Sante of Kansas City was ew
S 3 : oe a s ) as 7}
aspects of trade between the West Indies and Canada. asked the Ghneral to pay up, stampeded into winning in | four | m Centre
shirk The working party reaffirmed paatien Seti = a cuentes 25 seconds almost a track | British Honduras is to receiv
{ rtan ntzite rade ast(rs and said, in| recore , $128,208 for t i
_ seeerneee ee that the title “Excellency” JOHANNESBURG The police ' cultural ate —_
\ anadi ae: , ‘ " ” Y > " 5 9 amma - me
[the highest possible level and all|| Wms Gen test of “Pasha” | | ee nneeheen tee CGR an SCENE OF DEATH AND WRECKAGE is Farnborough, England, following the explosion of a supersonte jet | will be built at Orange ‘Walle te
jaspects of trade were examined ter ce races) | aetuenibiena ahd on Mote fighter plane as it was making 700 miles an hour over a British air show [n foreground are the twisted Sto tercame that already operating
lwith a view to seeing whether day (a public holiday)... tee te remains of the engine while rescue crews work among the dead and injured tn background. At least 2700 |G.) 7° thewstation at Stann
it was practicable, having regard r e ‘ hours the police Had re were killed when flaming sections of the DH-110 showered the crowd of 120,000, Sixty-five were injured. Sat dyentig
» s t ce had reports of t hauled 2
to the present circumstances, to Naguib Dissolves eight murders, three attempted The victims inchuied John Derry, England's best known test pilot. (international Radiophoto) Aadon a rian)
lester any cng ee s — h a murders, 48 assaults, 60 robberies | ————--—— enero SS SE arena ————" | which |
npede ‘he free flow of trade. and 139 house-breaking thefts, - re
Phe decision of the, Canvaian| Another Feudal 224,, 13° house-breaking | thefts, [ame i "yer ace
Paponsl Sas nehig Company to Institution mented a police officer. A MEDICAL COUPLE oO r. e Uu situate : north
Withdraw the Lady boats was MILAN Instruction course at the ge
noted with regreat and the de-| for one hundred Italian customs FOR HIS HAREM ! central
jemand wa samen to study further} CAIRO, Sept. 12. ant training to catch cigarette CHICAGO, Sept, 12. A
inter island shipping. The state-| Major-General Mohammed] *™ugglers who cross the Swiss » Ki Ds i Antig NS day. J 2
ment says it is of considerable Naguib’s Maton cabinet inured Alps into Italy included climbing Gia tend ant fabubéeh west | $12,000 Dy Ser ‘ ity
economic importance in the area, legislation ending another of; three Alpine peaks asked the Chicago Personnel | hall at St- his
|particularly to the smaller islands Egypt's, feudal institutions, the CAPETOWN: ‘Wdnen metn- Agency on Friday for » been pure dis-
jthat there should be adequate Wakfs. This is a svster Jer} bers of temperance union at- Aimee Avia z Bh y mantled US 5. Om colony's
services Moslem law’ bry which’ a person feraing a convention were taken|| glace, American couple British ( ihe carters to be Realt with | Youth Service Advisory Comp
The working par,y expressed can bequeath estate so that heirs] f° @ tour in a motor bus. They if his harem “un ; eee rita Guiana le ConMimmm mnie. Le fe with | ad which has will B Te
\the hope that the decision record-\and beneficiaries» may receive| left. the bus indignantly when they ae eee i. age ie of too far-reaching importance for the Council of Carib-| wards the cost, will be entttisted
ed in the Commonwealth Sugar income, but cannot sell or other- aed nae one side of the vehicle * Reh asi Soeuiiiaeee “ain bean Labour Congress alone to decide. Both the British} with the running of the centre
[Aaraseneht to oa ap private wise dispose of estate eas latge ‘advertige- kek barformn shine ‘sured. Guiana Trade Union Council and the People’s Progressive | Water Scheme
Litiate” \Cecenet inabeaitis caiee d 0 Wakfs' ate’ handled by. governs], BERLIN A Chinese type- His wife must be well train- Party have decided to urge a full meeting of Congress at ;
beg ne 7 z ee cn bevtudiaiee 5 deed writer with 2,450 characters and j {Canada from the beginning of ment ministry, some devoted to ; 1." - P . Be
| 11953 would help enure the main-!charities institutions under cabinet] C2Pable of writing uowards and The nameless king, ac- - 1, Whether any member-body | $24,624 for its Petit Etang wate:
| SIR ALFRED SAVAGE ‘ tenance of the West Tndian aia supervision. The reft rm Avorpiaei cownwards, from right to left and cording to the Woodward of affiliated to the World Federation; scheme, which will serve St.
' \to Camada at a high ata stenial ments ‘prop sed law. would re-| {£0™m left to right has been con- Medical Personnel Bureau, | U N Pr of Trade Unions should be asked|George’s and St, David's, An
Sir Alfred Suv xe eve. v= 4 sta a ee ae structed by an East German firm lives with his four legal | et e epare to disaffiliate or to remove itself] additional $2,400 is allocated to
ag | arity estates. and will be on show at the Leip- wives and “other ladies” in or be removed from membership | British Honduras for broadcast-
Ww a | ‘ants zig Fair. ' | a land of sultry climate F A th of C.L.C. and; ing.
A ointed Reccuisine! P ° | NEW VORK: Five apes in a where the rains fall so rare or no er 2. A proposal to dissolve the} These five new grants bring the
PP a z olice Launch Labour Adviser New York City pet ; store ran ‘hat even court ladies do not ‘ x London branch of Congress. oe of eee a6, Sine
Of British og ; : imok, seized control of the fourth bathe in water. They use Soviet Veto British Guiana T.U.C. and P.P.P.}@id to the British West Indies in
“ : Se... i | ve ee T floor and set free baboons and a French perfumes. / J have been the only two of thel 1952 to $6,308,347. The total
(From Our Own Correspondent) xp odes Will Visit he crocodile. They fought off a squad In an advertisement placed six affiliates in this country to,Since the Ist April, 1946, is now
aoe ef policemen armed with batons, in several medical journals | UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 12 have officially reached conclusions $27,983,199.
; é LONDON, Sept. 12 | (Froin Our Own Correspondent) Leeward Tslards flung back done d food thrown to the agency said that the Pro-Western delegates in the regarding an invitation received a
Sir Alfred, Savage will be the} ANTIGUA, Sept. 12, pee ane ee eae pe four} eouple will be asked to build Security Council got set today from Barbados a week ago pro- Pakista Stricken
ary Cr. ol ee | This morning a loud explosion] MR. F. C. CATCHPOLE, town beteee beine seaey aay wine} | —epeneny = ne prion. for a new rush of Russian vetoes posing a meeting of the Council n ric
it is learned here reliably. shook St, John’s. The severe|O.B.E., Labour Adviser to the} “SS oC ore being trapped, The lady doctor w e They expected the retiring chief in Jamaica,
vibration caused clerks in offices} Comptroller for Development and eee ea, u neat nds bane cage of the court women Soviet delegate Jacob A Malik | Signed by the “Hon, Grantley By Drought
to imagine the shattering to be a| Welfare, will .Jeave Barbados by perio aiid the eine will aerial while her husband fends oe to Kay “na ei to the pemicniens Adaraa, ‘the correspasiunce stated i
|sharp earthquake. A ceremony at] air..gr the 19th September for] ¢ di nahh weck.fromn £25. to) © men, ‘The. two-y oe of Japan yo Leos Cambodia, that w the establishment of a WASHINGTON, Sept, 12
v] y the Magistrate's Court where all] Antigta, eyeney Ne ¥ TOT henteact carrifS a salary o} and Vietnam for membérship in division of the inter-Americhn| Reports here are thar Pakistan
New Coal, Steel members of the local Bar gather-| Mr. Catchpole is paying a rou- PRR RACH: A tocust) swarm'| 810% 000 and no incom tax. the World Organization, |Regional Organization of “Inter-| has Leen stricken by arvuaht an
P 1 M “ t T ed to bid farewell to Mr. B, E.| tine visit to the Leeward, Islands. Held ud a woods air 70 miles —U.P Malik admitted on Wednesday national Confederation of Free that there will be e.severs food
06. ee Oo Dias and Mr. H, Hewlett who will] He proposes to spend about a] yon Karachi ee the ‘teria Nar that he would veto the applice- Trade Unions in the Caribbean, shortage in mid-October unless
y shortly leave Antigua to take up| week each in Antigua, St. Kitts, Sind. The train halted half-an+ : tions unless the Western delegates the inevitability of a final cleav- foreign grain is imported before
Form Conimnittee positions as Magistrates in Gren.|end Montserrat, returning to Bar- St ienis an. Sell aORmen meal Acheson Touches ; admit simultaneously nine Wes-/age in the Caribbean area be-| then, Officials. were silent on the
ada and St. Lucia respectively,| bados early in October. cleared the railway track. : tern ee nations and five Com- tween unions affiliated to] subject. but authoritative sources
STRASBOURG, Sept. 12. was abruptly adjourned. NEW YORK: To prove the Off Ne Ww Round Of | j munis controlled — states, U.P. ere ee he ba a said that they understood that the
Europe’s new-born coal and | awful clatter made bv milk pation oO: rade Unions, the activ-| Export Import Bank would make
sat at 7 one sia Crowds rushed to the wharf} 4 sate atu ee: ig 1 tities of an unauthorized body in| aq loan as age y » othe
Sain caoveated ‘ to o te ahh where the Police launch was in| OCKET CARTOON ee Sab enenboeee ta teat Republican Attacks | U. S Pre MIP, London calling itself the London tone. oP ‘the “Unies States oe.
stitution for a European Politi cal | ames, The hatca covers, benches, PO renceville, New Jersey, made wire| ‘ se FT B branch of C.L.C. and acting as an} ernment.
Federation. .The uwssembly—the cabin, roof, oars and pieces of by OSBERT I ANCASTER recordings of the din outside bed- WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. . apparent Communist front organ- The Export Import Bank some-
European continent’s first delib- | deck were floating and scattered room windows. After listening to] secretary of State Dean Ache- Arms Aid ization, all combined to create a] times acts as an agent for the
erative parliamentary body—with | the pier as if the ship had the records. the lucal authorities’ ...'5 enterprising plunge into the | situation of extreme embarrass-} Mutual Security Agencies. In
a coyncil of ministers of high | been torpedoed. At the time of| gave the milkmen 21 days to cut] p,ocidential campaign “tussle on For Ja pan jment, and to raige issues of the) this case, however, it is under-
authority and a High Court of| the explosion the Police launch the noise or be taken to court foreign ‘policy has acicnee off a Ep gravest nature relating to the! stood that the bank would be
Arbitration, form the ruling agen- | Was tied alongside the pier, hav- ew round of Republican attacks WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 ifuture of Congfess acting as agent for the Technical
cies of the Schuman plan to merge |/"8 completed its morning patrol. | the administration. The ex-| United States militar: pt. 12. | “It pointed out that accordingly Co-operation Administration
Western Europe’s coal and stee!| Three policemen in bathing} mn b vite Fa. A } haan wen the nited States military planners! Adams was directed that a meet-| which administers American
' production ltrunks had been cleaning the bot-| West Completes sap. ie Patiaayts'- 2 e i : ‘ Se are working on an arms aid pro-|jng of the Council of C.L.C, be| “point Four” aid. While arrange-
| | tom, The engineer, Lance Cor- er a on ndblo ‘ a gramme for Japan to start next;held in Jamaica at an early date| ments. are not. finalised. these
The Council Ministers’ meeting | poral, Allan Francis stepped on Reply To Russia '' Ss anaes ‘ mee fe in July if Japan wants it. Theland that. the forthcoming W.I.| sources said they understand that

an offer has been made
istan’s acceptance

and Pak-
expected
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PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

IS Excellency the Gavernor,
H S Alfred Say . ‘

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AtSS MARIAN ?PARKINSON
-’« SKINNER, only daughter of
e late M1 and Mrs. Clarence
ner of Befitwda and -Barba-
Mr. Joseph Ferreira Jnr.,
N and Mrs. Joseph

0

f Cavendish Height
were married at. St

"cSa Church, Hamilton, on

day 4th September.

bride was given in
»y her-.Grother, Mr. Fred
Skinner. She was attended by
rs. Fred Skiniief as Matron-of-
Honour and the bridesmaids were
the Misses Agnes Every and Peggy
Rowntree while two small nieces
of the bridegroom, Connie and
Debbie Adderly acted as flower
eirls. The duties of bestman
were performed by Mr. Donald

Lines. ‘
briiegrbé@m is a keen





mar-

»



sportsman and takes an active
part in cricket, table.tennis and
foot The happy eouple

intend
year to

five

to pay-a visit early next
Barbados, until. the last
the home of the bride

To Continue Holiday
M® V. WALLACE -and his
daughter Luerecia of Aruba
were passé@ngers leaving the
island on Thursday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. Lucrecia has gone via
Trinidad to return home while her
father will, visit .St.. Vincent to
continue his holiday=there.
During then “stay here they
were guests at Super Mare Guest
House

years

On Business
W. HARKNESS, C.M.G.,

2

Medical Adviser of
Development: and Welfare, . left
the island on Wednestlay’ by

B.W.1.A. via Trinidad on his way
to Cuba, .

He has gone on a business visit
ahd expects to return to Barba-
dos on the 26th September.

Fora Few Bays

M*: F, NUNES who came over
on a few days’: holiday from

Antigua returned home __ by
B.W.LA. on Wednesday. During
his stay here the was a_ guest at
Hotel Royal.

WEST INDIAN TABLE

By LONDONER .

sg Loy

Arthur Wint, Captain’ of the
Jamaican Olympic team will make
his farewell to top-class athletics
at the White City on. Se r
17. He will rup in the ‘rlugaas
flooalit: meeting betweé@n Pafis,
Brussels and London. Wint who
is 32 had already announced his
retirement but agreed to stay on

to captain the London side and
1un in the relay.

Delay
The maiden voyage of the
20,263-ton “Antilles” which is

being built at Brest. for the French
Line’s West Indies service has
been postponed for at least a
month, It was announced in July
that the ship’s first sailing from
Le Havre and Southampton would
be on October 8rd but this! date
has had to be altered tentatively
to November 6, The postponement
is due to.delay in delivery of the

liner. The “Antilles” is a sister
ship to the “Flandre.” She will
replace the 28-year-old De

Grasse and will supplement the

BY THE WAY... 5

HE ‘confident assertion that

there will be trips to Jupiter
by the year 2052 was accompanied
by some reassuring news about
interplanetary hygiene,

The chairman of the British In-
terplanetary Society (sie) “fore-
shadowed earth colonies wrapped
in Cellophane, floating in the rare-
fied atmosphere of Mars.” Thus
each colony will keep its fresh-
ness, like a railway sandwich, Dr.
Strabismus (Whom God Preserve)
of Utrecht long ago explained his
idea of a kind of stratospheric
‘leapfrog, with a» rocket propel-
ling rocket-goloniés of ite



MR. & MRS. JOSEPH FERREIRA

Vew Appointment

RS. EDNA SCOTT has been

appointed to act at the House-
craft Centre as Assistant to Miss
Ivy Alleyne, Instructress. She
will be taking the place of Miss
Hazel Clarke, Assistant Organiser,
who was granted a British Council]

Schelarship in August 1961 to
take a course inthe U.K, at
Leicester School. of Domestic

Science. Miss Clark® has recently
been awarded a _ scholarship by
C.D. & W. to continue her studies
for a period of two years im omder
to gain her Teadhers’ Certificate.

It will be remembered that
Mrs. Scott did a six months’
Course: under Miss Joan Parry

‘and gained a first class Certificate,
Holidaying Here

RS, CHARLES PEIRCE was
4 among “the arrivals from
Georgetown, British Guiana by
B.W.1.A: on Thursday. She war
accompanied by hér mother Mrs.
Muriel Bayley. They will be
spending a holiday in the island

Here Again

MS AUSTIN SLACK was
4 “omg thé passengers com
img by B.W.LA. on Thursday. He
is stationed in Antigua with In-
ternational Aeradio and is here on
a short businéss visit. My, Slack
was in Barbados some weeks ago
He is a guos: at Super Mare Guesi
House.

service At present ‘operated by the in a motor-launch, from Tower}

“De Grasse” and “Colombe.”

British Council Course

Miss J, R. Makham, of Trinided,
and Miss L. Perser of Kingston,
Jamaica, left London for Bristol
on, Monday to attend a course
organised by the British Council.
Theme cf the course is: “The
Contribution and Value of Wo-
men's Work to the Community,’
Miss Makham is in England 06
study education, while Mists Perse;
is a student at Bedford College,
London

Port of London

Trinidad’s Albert Gomes, nov
in London for West Indian-Cana-
da ‘talks, paid a isit to the Port
of London this week, In the
morning he inspected warehouses
built by the East India Company
and was shown some of the co
modities stocked there, such as
ostrich feathers, carpets and tea
Mr. Gomes was also shown the
binning of vintage port and made
a tour of the vaults where the port
is stored. The afternoon was
spent in a trip down the Thames



Beachcomber

to do to speak toa girl is to rua
oe See her and come up on
the side of the exposed ear! _uuless
in her saucy way, “the: tite the
hat over the other .ean, while you
are in transit, to tease you, Then
round you run again, and it is
a question of who tires first of
this tedious game for wet days.
“Suits will be so plain as to be
almost sad.” With them, I suppose,
will go the sad look, corners of
the mouth drawn down, mélan-
choly eyes, sulky nostrils, How
frightfully unexotic, I mean.
Another fashion house talks of

Each rocket ‘@s it lands in space, rounder-looking head, Will not

is tethered ih the upper air. by
magnetism, ‘and the spacecraft
jumps over it, and goes on its
merry way,

What it all means

A CCORDING® to.” Strabismus,
Jupiter’s hump is a negative
result of solar radiation, ag when
atmospheric absorption reaches
the equatorial zone. of the, vlawt
during a fmum* period of
rotation the albedo. (at 0.44) re-
flects a tfean density, oh the outer
edges
language this means that the zero
meridian varies with the vapour-
drift from the faculae, as in the
thermostatic water-cells of the
nebulae, of smaller planets, More
pne cannot safely say, But no
wonder people want to go there.
My bowler will
be narrower

Mcisieuh FATH has spoken.
Women’s hats are to be tiny,
covering one ear and exposing
the other, so that all you, have





of~at least 62.71. In: plain:

the tiny hat. slip off this sleek
billiard-ball? That ought to make
somebody look a Fathead.

.



°

teels » firm hand

»S sOOn as

ts chain -he dragon becomes
hedient,. as Pong-Ping , said it
vould, It seems to know exactly

where to go and quite quickly it
has popped our of the hole under
e b shes. “Hey, thor’ so
eager!” laughs, Rupert. ‘“I'm



ring Adven ture—25

Da |
A aughter __ jatives and friends were
ARIB joins in congratulations t¢ width

- to Mr. and Mrs. Peter de
Verteville of “Inch Cliff’, Silver
Sands, on the birth of a daughter
on Thursday at Dr. Bayley'’s
Nursing Home. Both mother and
babe are well.

Teacher Returns

R. KEN GRIFFITH, Assistant

Master of the Bishop's High
School, Tobago, left the island on
Thursday evening by B.W.LA.
for Tobago. He had been spend-
ing the summer holidays with his
relatives.

He is the son of Mr. H.C.
Griffith, Chief Sanitary Inspector
of Christ Church and Mrs. Griffith
ot Hart’s Gap.

Short Stay

R, Q. FARARA left
M island by B.W.LA.
Antigua on Wednesday after
spending a short holiday, During

his stay he was a guest at Super
Mare Guest House, Worthing

Back to School

Iss ATHENE SHILLING-
FORD of Dominica was
among the intransit passengers
by .B.W.LA. on her way to
Grenada where she will enter the
{St. Joseph’s Convent, She had
been spending her holidays with
her relatives in Dominica and
during he@r short stay here she
was a guest at Savoy, Bay Street,

for

Pier to Chiswick. “A most enjoy-

able and interesting day,” re-
marked Mr, Gomes

Meeting of W.1S.U.
Mr, L. Eytle, past President of
the West Indian Students’ Union,
presided at the half-yearly meet-

the

vir A

b olice

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Dancing Party! Not So Big Business
. =




For Trinidad

Leaving the islang

yesterday

fternoon by the “Canadian Co
tructor” were forty pupilg a
' aad |

A. 4 Stuart’ Da
school, Mrs. R. P. Parris, }

{ L. Ward, Capt. C. BE. R
.4UC.M., fifteen members of
Band and stage hands.
Revuedeville 1952° which

esented at the Empire Theatre





Mrs. Stuart felt sure that

uccess would be assured

suc in
rrinidad.

For several years now it wae
her desire to put on shows in

other
‘chance has come, and without a
/moment’s hesitation she left for
|Trinidad early during th@ week
jto make the necessary -
iments.

|Rexy Theatre, P
|which accommodat
The ‘Stuartettes’ wil

jon the 17th and
/month.
Many Revuedeville fans, rel-

|good voyage and good acting!



ing of the Union last week, Three|

Commissions were set up to dis-
cuss three topics—adult education
in the West Indies over the past
25 years and practical methods
that could be used to advance
adult education; economic diffi-
culties in the West Indies; and
the trek of people from the land
into the towns, The findings of
the Commissions were presented
to the Conference on the second
day. One of the
reached was that birth contro] is
no solution to economic problems
in the West Indies. The second
day of the Conference was de-
voted entirely to the Union's
business, including the election of
cfficers, A social evening rounded
cff the proceedings

LISTENING
HOURS

SATURDAY, SE! TEMBER 13, 1952
4.00

4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
DPvily Service, 4.15 p.m. Home At Eight,
5.00 p.m. Rugby League Football, 5.05
p.m. Racing, 5.15 p.m, Music for Dage-
ng, 6.00 p.m. Scottish Magazine
p.m. Taxi, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up
And Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m
News, 7.10 p.m. Home News From
ain

7.15 pom

19.66 M 19.76M



Brit-

7.15 — 10.30 pom

: 1
conclusions

6.18

‘The

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38 M 81.88 M

7.15 p.m. The Casino Orchestra. 7 46

pm. Sports Review,
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m
pm. The News,
10.15 p.m. Music
Variety Fanfare

6.15 p.m Radio
radio Theatre; 10,00
10.10 p.m. News Talk,
Magazine, 16.30 p.m

ne ee

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Sas



not so nippy as you are, and |

daren’t let you go. I must find
the Imps and ht them I've gor
you.’ Bue as the dragon tugs
him away toward Pon -Ping's
house he doesn't realise that lots
of Imps have been watching him
from the branches of a tree.



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islands, but at last her

She managed to get,

the Dancing



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3 s

~

FILM STAR Elizabeth Taylor,
who expects a visit from the
stork in the near future, is tak-
ing it easy in Las Vegas. Here
she tries the swimming pool at
a popular resort.

(International Soun




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The Garden—St. James
Last 2 Shows To-day
4.45 & 8.30 p.m
Warner Presents

Errol FLYNN in

ROCKY MOUNTAIN





Midn.te So celal To-n't
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The

or

FREDERICK CWOK

resident

nearer

He

due

Truman has
ithe conelusion that his guess last
jJamuary that U.S. business would
£9,333,000,000
this year was fm
votal, he
£8,000,000,000.
reason: a heavy fall in earnings
shown in the half-year statements
of many thousands of U.S.
President has been study-
ing the companies’ reports to their
stockholders with especial atten-
tion, and matching them agains.
Treasury
tions.

reports

has found
tion in the amount of taxes paid
has
throughout industry, though some
sections are showing better results
than the average,

NEW YORK.

come to

to
uch i

taxe

will
The

now thinks,

firms.

of tax collec-

that the reduc-

been widespread

Tax liability of manufacturing

companies are running some
per cent behind a year aga, re-
flecting much lower gross returns
before taxes.

rising
dearer materials and lower sales
(often at prices controlled at a
not-too-profitable
playing their part.

Strikes,

i3

labour costs,

level) are all

Some industries that were hard

hit in the first part of the year
look for better resu¥ts in the
second. .

The mammoth Eastman Kodak

Company, for i
21 per cent drop in net earnings
for the 24 weeks ended June 15,
ittributing it to two main causes:
1—Poor sales in the textile field,
and 2—defence orders, which are
less profitable than civilian busj-
ness.



instance,

report a

But, said Mr. Thomas J. Har-
erave, chairman, the second-half
outlook is brighter.

U.S. textile companies and

clothing manufacturers as a group
showed in the first half-year a run into_millions of dollars.



ROODAL

and 8



_NIGHTS 1952

Coming Seon

HAMLET

Any and everything you see or do w
The large package containing qual

selection for the very few cents you will have paid, will be a

feature of “Great

Our sincere advice to you is ,
fight, don’t jostle, don
of the store;
everything and wi

and



tei

EMPIRE OLYMPIC
To-day at 1.30—4.45 To-day to Monday

4.30 and 8.15 p.m

Richard Basehart

Marilyn Maxwell
in

John Lund OUTSIDE THE
Jeff? Chandler
in WALL
BATTLE AT and
APACHE PASS THE
Reet feot SPIDER AND
it's the fighting story
of the Great Cochise THE : FLY
Midnit: Tonigt Starring:
Farewell Eric Fortman
Performance Nadia Gray
Madam O'Lindy & Tonight —
Troupe Mid-Nite Special
in Republic
Whole Serial
CARACAS HASKED MARVEL

“Tues and Wed
4.20 and 8.15

Whole Serial

“GORDON OF
GHOST cITy’

Surprise.”

our efficient and

advantage which you enjoyed.

Our Store is air-conditi
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1952
—_— -
FEWER DIVORCES
New York The divorce rate ago they had only one divorce
which immediately after the war against three in the United
rose to unprecedented heights hos States; Finland and Sweden have
fall of about 60 per cent in net|since materially declined in most wn an even larger propor-
profits. But by eames th? | ecuntri cording to : sean aera ae Eo
tide had turned for them of the Metropolitan Life Ir t a ul € ran t
Now the mills are hard at it! ance Company W ‘ile the Ontend $0 3 Ay The statisticians erent
again and garment-makers afe|States continues to have the the current generat decline
so_busy that orders are piling UP. | highest divorces rate, the differen- im the divore: rate will be main-
The great iron and steel com-'¢ja) with many other countri ained during the next few years,
panies ufso look for better second=j jag been sharply redaced; Den- pert c to the tact that most
half results, though their Uhird-' mark and Germany have hasty war marriages which didn’t
quarter staternents Will still Show two-third the divorce 1 work out, have already been dis-
the effects of the stéel Strike. (United States while a solved
In the first half-year, profit -
were 45 per cent down compared) -
with last year.—L.E.S. ‘

Dollar Market |
Opens for TV Films

By ROBERT CANNELL
A BREAKDOWN
between
Broadeasting
American

tions

the

thu supply
new TV system gives Britain her,

biggest

big dollar market.
Canada

in negotia-
the Canadian
Corporation and
TV chains over!
films for Canada’s



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bs

FOR

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952

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

chance to break into

ay

is a member of the

Commonwealth Broadcasting Con- |

ference and will be giver every ARIES — Some all-out benefits possible from extra
help by the B.B.C. Telefilms made March 21—April 20 tries during early hours today. But you

by the TV film unit and seen over | ust furnish the pep and ambition to
here will be flown to Canada. compléte the picture.

America Next? x te a * +
But this will only be the start. -Proper attitude and sense of timin

The way is open for the B.B.C, to TAURUR 8

make and sell
Canada and later to the United
States and any other country with
a TV system.

A

setting up a British TV film

organisation

before the Government. It calls

for £250,000 a

The B.B.C
net eae would be about £200,000 | $e June 22—July 23
over the three years. °

But the result would be to open
a market whose value might

up



THEATRES \*

ROXY

To-day to Tuesday

4.45

Columbia
Pre

| Broderick

can make a fine showing in essential mat-
ters. Best period 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pro-
ceed with positive action,

* *

Take pride and care in each matter in
its turn. Don’t neglect small things for the
supposed “biggies” Can accomplish much
now by slow-but-sure methods.

its own films to April 21--May 20

| *
|
\*
put}
*

full operational plan for

GEMINI

May 2i—June 21

has been

year for three

pict the OANCER Try to achieve but not to point of dis-
regarding others, an angle that bears close
watching now. Be efficient, exercise your

talents in expert manner.

*

—Lessen tension with cheery humour; it
infuses others with more contented, sensi-
ble outlook makes better times for all.
-Time to take stock: How does your out-
look satisfy you? Do you give excessive

estimates

*

LEO
July 24—Ang. 22

VIRGO
ROYAL \* Aug. 23—Sept. 28

Today & Tomorrow

xk*wnwennwKw i

& 8.15 time to one thing instead of dividing time
§ 4.30 & 870 better? Study yourself,
a € Repub!
Piet ur polouial Goutib x * * * ‘

LIBERA

9 “PORT DODGE No time to stand on ceremony, waiting on *
ona







jeWFORD REED| STAMPEDE” Sept. 24—Oct. 23 others to tell you the answers. Analyze
ieee DEREK and + self, find what’s wrong or right for you,
im “THE FLAME ' what course may be better.
| with * *
{ SCANDAL John Carroll
“ Vera Ralston * en acre 22 Look to elders, they may hold some of
omer), Monday & Tuesdi | > the answer, keys to-day's gains. You have
site eb jal Pree thar Fe x the grit and will to win IF you will use
: 5 ohio Oe 2 ence them.
j Republic Whole Presents |
| Serial Allan (Rocky) Lan * * * +
i
KING OF THE ‘min whol sa ee Applying proper treatment to problems,
CLEVELAND ° c. sive them ample forethought, you should
| TEXAS ana bring about adequate returns. Keep to 3
RANGERS “DOWN DAKOTA * schedule where possible.
Wed. & Th :s “WwW ae is CAPRICORN * * * »*
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OWAKE OF TUE THUMBS UP" * 7 . batile of wits and grit. Your ability is
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j and cube NEVADA | achieve if you try. De
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- YOU!

There will be in store for you,
all Visitors to the Island,
If you know what it’

) .. “Be calm, don’t rush, don't
't block traffic at the counter and entrance

courteous staff will take care of
ill despatch you quickly,
after you have been served so that others w

So, now then, off to - - - -

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STORE

your family, your friends and ;
a SURPRISE, and a great one too.
s all about, then it will not be a surprise.

You are cordially invited to this “BIG SURPRISE” which
— or at your popular leading Store—N. E. WILSON

————————

AQUARIUS

—Don’t strain at what you can’t handle;
Jan. 22 — Feb. 20

don’t be ashamed to say, “I don’t know”;
then you will get help quickly. Mingle

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with right saa * fe.
PISCES ~~Looks like a day you have been waiting «x
Feb. 21—March 20. for: Favours financial and ‘business gains;
also personal affairs can swing into high.
YOU BORN TODAY: Fine managerial and ‘business *



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a. givings. CAN make excellent headway in profession, with
K vriting, designing, public speaking. Capable of unusual

altairment. Success can come early or late in life. Birth-

date of :John J. Pershing, American General Ist World War;
Theo. Roosevelt, Jr. soldier, governor; Senator John Hollis ¥¢
Bankhead.

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Glenn FORD
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Elien DREW

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Before Stock Taking we are CLEARING several useful items in

Household Hardware

These include SAUCEPANS, FRY PANS, POTS, HALF PINT GLASSES,

SNAP GLASSES, JUGS, SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS, CUPS &



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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952



4 Liners Will Become
Express Freighters

NEW YORK,
The United Fruit Co., which for nearly fifty years has
operated its well-known “Great White Fleet” of cruise
liners out of New York to the Caribbean, is to convert four
of its cargo-passenger liners into express freighters, with
only a bare minimum of passenger accommodation.

- The liners to be so converted
are the “Quirigua,” the “Veragua,”
the “Antigua” and the Talamanca.”
Esch of these has a passenger ca-
pacity of 95, but conversions to be
earried out in the next six months



Clerk Fined £4.



For Biting

THEIR HONOURS Mr. H. A.
Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
in the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday fined Inniss Hall, a
clerk of Westbury Road, St.
Michael, £4 to be paid in 14 days
or in default one month's im-
prisonment with hard labour for
wounding Berkely Ince of Paynes
Bay, St. James, by biting him on
his index finger on August 5.

Their Honours varied the de-
cision of His Worship Mr. S. H
Nurse, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “E”, who imposed a fine of
£2 10/- in 14 days or one month
on Hall for the offence. Sat.
Marshall who prosecuted in the
case for the Police gave notice of
appeal.

Ince told the court yesterday
that on August 5 the defendant
eame to his club at Paynes Bay
and called for drinks and pork
chops. When the defendant had
finished eating he presented him
Avith a bill and the defendant be-
gan to argue about the bill.

He told the defendant not to
worry to pay for the food, but
just leave the club. When the
defendant had reached the door
of the club, the defendant bit him

on his index finger on the left
hand,
Dr. Kuczynski told the court

that the injury to the top of the
finger would be a permanent one,

Before varying the decision of
the Police Magistrate, Their
Honours told Hall that the evi-
denee against him was very clear
and the attack was deliberate
unprovoked, Although the wound
was not of a serious nature, they
still had to disapprove of his con-
duct.

FALSE PRETENCES

A sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
imposed on 24-year-old labourer
Frank Waithe of Reed Street, St.
Michael, by His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod who found him guilty of
obtaining 10/5 from Herbert
Dixon of Christ Church by false
pretences,

Dixon said Waithe went to him
and told him he could get a job
at the Aquatic Club for him if he
could give him 10/5. He handed
the money to Waithe, but never
heard from him again until he re-
ported the matter to the Police.

Waithe had 11 previous con-
victions for receiving money by
false pretences and on the last
conviction he was sentenced to
six months’ imprisonment with
hard labour.



STONE THROWING
In the Assistant Court of Ap-

peal yesterday, Their Honours
Mr. H, A. Vaughan and Mr.
A. J. H. Hanschell reversed the

decision of His Worship Mr. A. W.
Harper, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “C’’, who fined Ivy Pinkett
of Fowl Bay, St. Philip, 20/- and
3/- costs in seven days or seven
days’ imprisonment with hard
labour for being cruel to a sheep
on April 29.

Their Honours dismissed the
case against Pinkett without
prejudice and said that there was
h certain amount of.doubt in the
evidence.

One witness said that she was
Pinkett throw a stone at a sheep
and strike it on the hind leg
while it was grazing in a pasture.
Pinkett denied throwing a stone.

CASE ADJOURNED

The case in which Harold Lorde
(24) of no fixed place of abode,
Clifton Morris (25) of Passage
Road, St. Michael, and Rupert
Sealy (24) of Henry’s Lane, St.
Michae!? all labourers are charged
by the Police with the tarceny
of a piece of cast iron valued
£1 11/6, the property of— the
Governor-in-Executive Committee,
was adjourned until September 16
by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A
yesterday.

Sgt. Alleyne attached to Central



will leave them with accommoda-

tion for only twelve passengers
each, the maximum allowed on
eargo vessels.

Increasing cperating costs no

longéy make passenger services to
the Caribbean profitable, the com-
pany explained. Almost all the
passenger traffic is concentrated in

a four-month season and it is
only in these months that the
line sail with near-capacity
loads of passengers.

But there is a greater need for
fast freighters im this area, said
the company, and the liners will
be used for carrying bananas and
other cargoes. The vessels will
be able to operate with greater
flexibility than was possible when

they were on fixed passenger
itineraries,
The four 7,000-ton cargo-pas-

senger liners were built in 1931
when there was a permanent de-
mand for first-class travel in the
Caribbean. In those days, air-
lines were in their infancy, but
today they have extended to the
point where they have largely re-
placed shipping lines in supplying
the demand for travel accommo-
dation to the Caribbean,

The United Fruit Co., has been
losing money on its passenger
operations to the Caribbean for
some time and has only retained
the service because of a reluctance
to sever an important: social link
between the Americas. With air
services inereasing, this necessity
no longer exists.

—B.U.P.

Merchant’s Clerk
Gets Letters Of

Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship the Chief
Justice Sir Allan Collymore grant-
ed the petition of John Torrance
King of Lightfoot’s Lane, Bridge-
town, a merchant’s clerk, for
letters of administration to the
estate of his mother Wilhelmina
G. King, late of Kinz Street,
Bridgetown.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruc-
ted by Mr. L. E. R, Gill of Cottle
Catford & Co appeared for the
petitioner.

His Lordship also granted the
petition of Miriam Oliver of Near
Well House, St. Philip, a married
woman, to the estate of her son
Edwin E, Brathwaite, late of St,
Philip, an agricultural labourer.
Brathwaite died in the United
States of America on August 15
last year.

Mr, J. E. T, Brancker instructed
by G. L. W. Clarke of Cottle
Catford & Co, appeared for the
petitioner.

His Lordship admitted the wills
of the following to probate: —

Millicent Hawkins, Albert Na-
thaniel Russell Huynte, Christ
Church; Lilian Howard Cossou,
James Cromwell Gilbert McCarthy,
Joseph Nathaniel Turton, St. Mi-
chael; Ellen Sealy, Christ Church;
William Edward Jervis, St, Philip;
Mary Lilian Bancroft, St. Michael.



Station is prosecuting for the
Police from information received.

CYCLE STOLEN

Gladstone Clarke of Hastings,
Christ Church, reported to the
Police the larceny of his Raleigh
bicycle valued $85 which he left
in Coleridge Street sometime be-
tween 4.30 and 4.50 p.m. on
September 10.

Arthur Filmfoot of the Steam-
ship Sumdial also reported that
he was robbed of $10 while on his
way to the ship about 3.15 a.m.
on September 11.



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Waterspout Off
Speighistown

A waterspout was seen off
Speightstewn shortly after
mid-day yesterday. During
sultry weather heavy black
clouds reached down to the
surface of the sea in the
shape of a funnel. The
surface of the water there
was disturbed while a rack
of clouds could be clearly
seen drawing water into the
clouds,

After about five minutes
the spout seemed to divide
in half, the upper part
going up and the. lower
portion falling like rain
into the sea. Shortly after-
wards a streak of lightn-
img accompanied by a loud
peal of thunder preceded a
shower of rain over the sea.

Residents of Speightstown
watched it from the coast.
It is the second waterspout
Seen within a week along
the west coast.



Yugoslav
Mission To
Visit Greece

Yugoslavia is in constant danger
of aggression from the Soviet
Union and its satellites and is
sending a mission on a courtesy
visit to Greece as a step toward &
possible defence agreement,

Marshal Tito defined Yugo-
slavia’s position to a group of
Norwegian journalists on Septem-
ber 6th. The text of his interview
was released on Wednesday.

Tito said the danger was
potential but not immediate, He
said if it were a question of local
aggression only Yugoslavia could
defend herself alone. But, he said
if all satellites joined with their
present modern armaments and
if they had the aid of the Soviet
Union then “it would be difficult
to speak of a successful defence.

“He considered that aggression
of this kind would have the
character of developing towards
a world war.” Tito said Yugo-
slavia wanted to strengthen its
political and cultural ties with
Greece and Turkey. He said “a
Yugoslav military delegation is
leaving for a courtesy visit to
Greece which constitutes the first
step toward possible talks on the
question of defensive measures.
Practical preparations against
possible danger may be made
without written pacts.” He ex-
pressed satisfaction on arms de-
liveries received so far from the
United States and said Yugoslavia
has received what was promised.

—(U.P.)

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The station will rank among the lead-

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among those located on islands.

A station has been operated on

a modest scale on St. George
Island, Bermuda, for some time,
but affiliation with Columbia

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considerably by adding eight new
highly-sensitive seismographs and
additional skilled geologists.
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what goes on beneath the Atlantic
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BLIND BEGGARS

Many blind people who are
otherwise able bodied, are taught
to plait hats, cane seats for chairs,
make baskets and other things at
the James Street School for the
Blind. A good number of blind
who are sufficiently strong to
learn to make such things and
get some money, prefer to stay at
street corners and beg a penny
from the passersby

Yesterday a blind woman of
about 50 was on the pavement on
Lower Broad Street hoping to
catch the ear of a generous pas-
ser-by, gave her call of: “the
blind, the blind !” on hearing the
shoes of someone approaching
but this time it was not a normal
passer-by, but a police on his
rounds.

When the woman became aware
that she was accosting a police, she
had to be about five minutes try-
ing to convince him that her call
of “The blind, the blind!” was
not a request for money, but that
she was trying to prevent people
from running into her by accident,

DECREE ABSOLUTE

His Lerdship the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore, in the
Court for Divorce and
monial Causes
nounced decree absolute in the
suit of Mohammed Y, Degia,
petitioner, and Erith Degia,
spondent,

Decree nisi was pronounced on
January 11 this year,



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where it finally burnt out entire.
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Eight years ago the Pulice
launch was the only means of
communication for months be-
tween Antigua, St. Kitts, Mont-
serrat and Barbuda, making three

trips weekly. Recently the launch
participated in an arti-smuggling
patrol and was successful in big
smuggling raids. It is believed

that her instantaneous destruc-
tion was caused by a gasolene
leakage.

Another Passenger Service To W.I. Ends

Machinery
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The Norwegians tea mshi p
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om New Orleans at 6.45 yester-
iy morning. Among its cargo was
805° bags of corn meal, 50 cases
f food yeast, 27 containers of
mnfectionery, 7 bales of cotton
ce goods, Other cargo con-
sisted of perfumery, auto equip-
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schooner crews
hoisted for
grey clouds
in the sky,
letting
drizzles
many
and

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morning,
had their sails
sunning, but with
still lurking around
some decided against
them remain out, Slight
in the morning made
seamper to lower them,
after the drizzles had past,
there was the job of hoisting
them again, One schooner, how-
ever, the Confident L G., had its
sails hoisted throughout _ the
morning, and by afternoon they
were completely dry,
UNDER REPAIRS

Two motor vessels are now
undergoing repairs, They are
the M.V. Daerwood, and the M.V
Ricardo Arias. The Daerweed has
gone on dry dock, while the Rie-
ardo Arfas is at anchor just off
the Central Foundry's dock where

minor repairs are being carried
out prior to its going on dry
dock

DEPARTURES

Departures from port yesterday
included the Saguenay Terminals
steamer ‘Sundial’, after it had
discharged cargo. Its next port
of call will be Trinidad. The Sun-
dial is’ under the command of
Captain F, Smith, and its agents
here are Plantations Ltd.

Another departure was the
schooner Augustus B. Compton
for St. Lucia. This vessel has

just undergone a paint jo, which
delayed departure from port ear-
lier, It is consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association,

Japs Thankful

For Recovery

TOKYO,
Foreign Minister Katsuo Oka-
zaki marked the first anniversary



of the Japanese Peace Treaity
with an expression of grati-
tude to the United States and

other nations for their assistance
in Japan’s recovery from defeat
in World War II. But represen-
tatives of Japan's major political
parties greeted the anniversary
coming during the month of
national elections with conflict-
ing sentiments.

Okazaki pointed out that Japan
resumed diplomatic relations with
40 nations and became a mem-
ber of 25 international bodies,
But he warned that many prob-
lems still confront the newly
democratic nation,

Joji Hayashi secretary gen-
eral of Premier Shigeru Yoshida’s
Liberal Party attributed Japan's
rapid economie recovery to the
liberal government's policies.

Hayashi promised that Liberals
would clarify the peace treaty’s
significance through the current
national election campaign as well
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INTERREGNUM

VERY shortly His Excellency the Gov-
ernor of Barbados will be returning to the
United Kingdom on long leave extending
over a period of six months. During that
Jong period an acting governor will admin-
ister the government of Barbados.

The succession to the government of
Barbados is laid down in paragraph XXI
of the Letters Patent constituting the
office of the Governor and Commander-in-
chief of the island of Barbados and its
Dependencies. This article makes it clear
that the successor to the Governor may be
appointed under the Royal Sign Manual
and Signet. Should no such appointment
be made the substantive Colonial Secretary,
the substantive Chief Justice or the Presi-
dent of the Legislative Council shall admin-
ister the government in that order of
availability,

The Colonial Secretary normally admin-
isters the government during the absence
of the Governor and this practise conforms
with the Letters Patent which are dated
4th June, 1914.

Since that daté there has been “an in-
creasing volume and complexity of public
business”, to use the words of His Excel-
lency addressed to the members of the
Legislature last December.

Sir Alfred spoke then of the necessity
which had forced him to ask officers acting
in senior posts to carry out many of the
duties of two posts.

These words of His Excellency although
intended to be applied to quite a different
situation seem applicable to the circum-

“stances which will prevail should the nor-
mal practice of the Colonial Secretary
succeeding the Governor be followed when
the Governor leaves Barbados in October.
In recent years the number of Assistant
colonial secretaries have increased rapidly
and today five are listed. Of this number
one is attending a course in the United
Kingdom and one is especially occupied
with the affairs of the Legislative Council.
Two of the remaining three are in receipt
of pensions for physical disabilities and
they cannot for this reason be classified as
persons on whom the responsibility of
carrying out the duties of two posts should
be placed. The third who was a Librarian
until recently cannot be expected to have a
complete grasp of administrative affairs in
the short period during which he has held
office.
/ Under these circumstances it may be
asked whether it is wise for the Colonial
Secretary of Barbados to be weighted down
with the cares and responsibilities of a
governor at a time when he has not been
long enough in Barbados to acquire more
than essential understanding of some of
the major problems and preoccupations
of his own responsible office.

The office of a governor cannot be stored
in a vacuum and kept as it were unused
until its normal occupier returns. During
a long absence of six months the person
administering the government of Barbados
is according to the Letters Patent “the
Governor”.

No one with the slightest knowledge of
the duties of a Governor of Barbados could
envy the holder of such an office.

It is an office calling for qualities which
are not normally required of the average
Colonial ‘Civil Servant.

And the responsibility remains even
when the mormal occupant of the high
office is absent.

Comparisons with the past have no appli-
cation in an island where a complete poli-



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HERBERT

BARBADOS





tage (21)

Educational Pioneer D’Albuquerque whose eagerness

| t> promote the study of science

| When Horace Deighton’s longwas equalled by his deter-
1

and memorable régime at Harrison
; College came to an end in 1906,
}the education authorities in Bar-
|bados were deeply concerned to
|find the right man to succeed the
| redoubtable headmaster.

To ena- prepared

mination to maintain the freedom
of that subject from the control of
the headmaster of Harrison
College Dalton had shown in
his previous career that he was
to give science its

| ble them to make a wise decision egppropriate place in the curricu-
|they asked for the help of Abel lum of the modern school but he

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‘tical revolution has taken place singe .

December 1951. There is therefore nothing
to be gained from comparison of individuals
helding office today with individuals hold-
ing them in previous years. The essential
fact to be understood is that conditions
have changed and that the qualities requir-
ed today of a Governor of Barbados are
exceptional qualities which it would be
unreasonable to look for in Civil servants
‘in the early stages of their careers.

The Letters Patent dated 4th June 1914
could not have envisaged the situation
which exists today, although they do allow
for the appointment under the Sign Manual
and Signet of a person other than the
Colonial Secretary, the Chief Justice or
the President of the Legislative Council.

The “increasing volume and complexity
of public business” continues without abate
during the absence of a governor from
Barbados and must be dealt with. If the
Colonial Secretary is fully occupied with
the work of the Governor and has to entrust
his own important department to three
assistants two of whom have physical
handicaps and one of whom is still in the
novitiate stage, how can efficiency be ex-
pected during the interregnum?

There seems a clear case for the appoint-
ment during Sir Alfred’s absence of some
senior Civil Servant from the Colonial
Office or perhaps the presence here of Sir
George Seel offers a more easy solution.
It would not be the first time that the
Head of the Development and Welfare
Organisation substituted for a West Indian
Governor, when he was absent from his
colony

Greenidge, who was still alive at
Oxford, and Bishop Mitchinson,
who was then Master of Pembroke
College in the same university.
Greenidge welcomed the oppor-
tunity to give what was to be his
last service to his native land.
Collaborating with Mitchinson,
he carefully examined a_ wide
field of candidates and eventually
they discovered a man of out-
standing qualifications and expe-
rience who was willing to come
to Barbados because he was
attracted by its warm climate.

The man selected by Greenidge
and Mitchinson was Herbert An-
drew Dalton, son of Prebendary
Cc. B. Dalton and grandson of C.
J. Blomfield, the learned Bishop of
London, He was born at Lambeth
Rectory in 1852, attended Highgate
School and then went up to Corpus
{Christi College, Oxford, where he
won first class honours both in
the first year and the final clas-
sical examinations, After win-
ning these triumphs, he went on
to show that he was as brilliant
in theology as he was in classics
and procetded first to the B.D
and then to the D.D in 1906.

Dalton decided to give his life
to schoolmastering and, shortly
after leaving Oxford, began a
career that was to last for forty-
five years, In 1877 he was ap-
pointed headmaster of St. Ed-
ward’s School, Oxford, In spite
of the many difficulties he had to
face, he remained at the school for
six years, securing the services
of a well-trained staff, improving
the scholarship and discipline of
the school and leaving it in a
firmly established position, In
1884 he was invited to accept a
post at Winchester and worked
there fo: six years gaining valua-
ble experience at the great public
school. Then he was appointed
headmaster of Felsted School, His
labours at St» Edward’s and
Winchester had already won him
a considerable reputation, but it
|was his work at Felsted that es-
tablished his position as a capable
organiser and an enlightened edu-
cationalist, Felsted, with its great
tradition going back to the seven-
eenth century—it had educated
four of Oliver Cromwell’s sons—
{had been completely re-organised
in 1851 and, when Dalton became
headmaster in 1890, was already
| recognised as one of the leading
»ublic schools in England, But
it was a public school of the old
model, giving little attention to
the teaching of science and mod-
ern languages. This defect Dalton
at once set himself to remedy.
and his success in modernising the
school is all the more remarkable
when it is remembered that he
was a classical scholar who be-
lieved that nothing offered better
Wainy than a classical education,



Up to that time it seemed to
be Dalton’s lot to encounter diffi-
culties wherever he went. At St.
Edward’s he had to work under a
system of dual control which did
not always operate smoothly, yet
he persevered until he had
brought the school to a_satisfac-
tory standard. At Felsted he met
he obstacles that usually face the
pioneer who seeks to remove the
defects in an old tradition, yet
We worked with unswerving pur-
pose until he had effected «4
‘triking transformation in the
school, fostering games, encourag-
ing science and modern languages
and improving the school’s me-
-hanical equipment,

A Difficult Situation

It is Gust as well that Dalton
was trained to meet and solve
problems in his earlier career, For
when he came to Barbados, the
tlifficulties and opposition he en-
countered would have broken the
spirit of a lesser man. In the first
place, the community had taken
Herace Deighton to its heart and
was resolved to examine his suc-
eessor with a critical eye, That
big, bluff, hearty hero, in the words
of a contemporary, with his almost
uncanny insight into the adoles-
cent mind, and stamped his in;
dividuality upon the school and
the community and it was inevi-
table that his successor would be
compared, much to his disadvan-
tage, with the popular idol. More-
over, Deighton had had an able
lieutenant in Arthur Somers Cocks,
a man who, in the public imagina-
tion, was cast in the same heroic
mould, and the island had been
bitterly disappointed when he was
not appointed to the headmaster-
ship of Harrison College in 1906.



































All of these circumstances could
have made life unpleasant for the
new headmaster. In addition, it
soon became painfully clear that
neither the public nor the Educa-

tion Board took an_ immediate
liking to Dalton. He was already
in his middle fifties when he

came to Barbados and it was felt
that he was set in his ways, with
babits and idiosyncracies that did
not appeal to the Barbadian tem-
perament. He did not appreciate,
for instance, that horse-racing
demanded the cessation of almost
all activities in the island and that
no mere headmaster could venture
to disturb a hallowed _ tradition!
He could not understand why he
should have to close his school on
race days and his attempt to
challenge a custom, which seem-
ed as unalterable as the laws of
the Medes and Persians, led to a
painful clash with the Court of
Common Pleas whére he suffered
a notable reverse!

When Dalton came to Harrison
College, he discovered that Math-
ematics, thanks to Deighton’s in-
fluence, had become paramount

in the school, and that the teach- ‘
ing of science v organised b

a department whicl wa co
| pletely beyon the control of e
headmaster. Before lor he



trenuous batt

came engaged in a
hty Profess

with the do





was determined
not

that it should
be preeminent. He therefore
set to work to restore the classics

to what he considered to be its
rightful place. And he fought
with all the pertinacity of his

nature, though without success,
io bring the teaching of science

at Harrison College under the
control of the headmaster.
His Great Aim

Fortunately, Dalton was not

the man to be daunted by adverse
circumstances. He knew what he
had in mind and worked stead-
fastly to attain his objective.
Harrison College had made great
progress since it had been taken
over by Deighton. The latter had
made it one of the leading schools
in the West Indies because of the
results it had won in the world
of scholarship ana sport. Yet the
school, in the eyes of the impar-
tial observer, was open to criti-

ras ey iM eae

«iN MEMORY -©O
GF .4 yO).

Baal:

IS9605-

Y TWO OF HIS FORMER Pl
3A MARK OF TH

HERBERT DALTON, M.A., D.D.
(From a tablet in the Assembly Hall at Harrison College.)

cism in one important aspect—it
was a splendid machine for ob-
taining results, but it lacked the
corporate life and spirit of a
modern public school.

It was this serious defect that
Dalton set out to remove. His
first reform was the introduction
of the set system to give every
boy an opportunity to direct his
energies to a construgtive purpose
The benefit of this new scheme
was quickly seen in the keen and
healthy spirit of rivalry with
which the boys fought to make
theirs the champion set in the
school. His second step was to
select from among the boys a
number of prefects who were
capable of holding positions of
responsibility and _ leadership.
Dalton was acutely aware that
the prefect system worked with
best advantage in a boarding
school, yet his experiment suc-
ceeded at Harrison College and
was recognised, in due course, as
a remarkable development, since
it encouraged self-respect and
self-reliance among the senior
boys and fostered a better feeling
throughout the school.

In addition to these innova-
tions, which were to play a great
part in changing the character of
the school, Dalton gave his at-
tention to many other improve-
ments. He introduced the Oxford
and Cambridge Higher Certificate
Examination on the results of
which the Barbados Scholarship
was to be awarded shortly after
his retirement. He encouraged
every boy to take part in games
and started the system under
which subscriptions were paid
every term for the upkeep of the
school games club. He started a

glee club and inaugurated the
Old Harrisonian Society. He
developed the cadet corps and

made the school magazine a perma-

nent feature in the life of the
College. In spite of the difficul-
ties that usually beset a day

school,” Dalton slowly made pro-
gress towards his great objective,

Gradually the inculeated in the
boys that feeling of corporate
unity, that esprit de corps, which
is the essential feature of an
English public school,

His Final Victory

By dint of hard work and per-
severance, Dalton eventually over-
came the antagonism he had
aroused in the island at first. For



the people of Barbados, though

they may be suspicious at first of

the stranger within their gates,

are alw: ready to appreciate
ty and industry. Slowly th
ke he fact tha lt





naster who took the

he welfare of his

mA amy Vite

gene Da Nichol mets
HEADMASTER

OF THIS COLLEGE





ADVOCATE
iy F. A. Hoyos |

DALTON

and his masters, They recognised
his considerable talent as an or-
ganiser and ayn administrator, They
saw in him an erudite scholar with
a remarkable gift for imparting his}
knowledge — a teacher who was
happiest with advanced students,
and who mighi have been even'
more distinguished as a university
lecturer, if he had not dedicated
himself to schoolmastering. His!
indomitable spirit had won in the
end and when he retired in 1922
the verses written by a colleague!
expressed the community’s appre-
ciation of the monumental work
he had done for Harrison College
and for Barbaaos

“Alas!

the fleeting years: How oft
bring they
Partings that wrench the heart and
dim the eye
But none their stern decisions .dare
gainsay;
And so, dear Chief, goodbye
And yet, you leave us not; stil!
witnesseth
The memory-Monument, that shai
not pass,
Of all your eoutsel, culture, love and
faith,
Graved deeper than in brass
These halls of coral, that have watched
Your war ‘gainst ignorance, your

offered choice
Twixt Honour’s scroll or punishment of
wrong,
Shall miss your form and voice

Look! what great regiments of youth
have flawed,
Trained ‘neath your banner, to

isa =

bs

Nee Py

discharge Life’s debt,
T'assed through this portal opening on

Fate's road,

But never to forget."

It was Dalton’s singularly lov-
able character that won him the
respect and affection of those who
had opposed and disliked him at
first, The errant schoolboy, who
may at time$ have played on his
readiness to give him the benefit
af the doubt, came to realise that
what Dalton aimed at was to put
every boy on his honour and then
accept his words unhesitantingly.
His object was not to search into
the inmost recesses of a_ boy’s
mind to discover his wayward in-
stincts but rather to, appeal to
his better side by setting before
him the ideals of truth and good-
ness. That he succeeded in this
to a remarkable degree is a strik-
ing tribute to his methods and
his faith in human nature. Eve»
when the infirmities of advancing
age began to come upon him he
maintained his ascendancy in the
school and the community through
the loftiness of his ideals and the
nobility of his character.

No wonder the public came to
fee| about him as they had seldom
felt abouts ay other man. Hi
eareer had been full of battles
and his home life had not always
been happy, yet he retained his
even temper and sunny dispos-
ition, Here, they felt, was a man

of heroic virtue. The truth ig
that Dalton was not unhappy in
Barbados. At times, he would
ride his bieycle through the
countryside to refresh himself

after his exacting duties at the
Colege. Later, when age reduced
his energy, he would potter about
the croquet lawn, making that
game delightful by his fun and
merriment. In everything he did
he seemed to show great gratitude
for the gift of life. Moreover, he
was supremely happy in the exer-
cise of his great gifts, whether he
was preaching at St. Michael's
Cathedral, seeking to establish the
primacy of the spirit in the work-
aday world, ci addressing audien-
ces during the first world war to
arouse the patriotism of the com-
munity. A man of such high
purpose does not live in vain and
Barbados was fortunate to have
the benefit of that learning and

humanity which proved the
greatest educative influence in
the lives of his pupils Deighton

had raised Harrison College from
ol to the dignity of
of which the
justly proud. But
with the in-
e which is

as the rat

a small scl



nal institution
be
lied it

rd , > f
ard le f

\ ARTHUR |
OCKS).

Menday — I like the motto of the Rhythm

Wednesday — I was so pleased to hear the




Thursday — One would have thought that

Friday — A correspondent writes to tell me

Saturday — Personally planners give me the

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 13, 1952


























NOBODY'S
DIARY

\ ANN

Bar. Swing it. ay
yao EqE

~ AA

Tuesday — There is one part of Barbados A

which will always remain forever Little
England. Along Bank Hall Cross Road
runs Prince of Wales Road, Queen Mary,
King George, Victoria and Buckingham.
Avenues. But why Holligan? Is this

a sign painter’s error? LAMINATED

complaint about the Crane Beach. It’s
so encouraging to find that others be-
sides Nobody are concerned about the
disappearing beauty that was Barbados.
But what do we pay leave passages, pen-
sions and all the other perks to these
civil servants for ? Do they ever do any-
thing about keeping the beaches clean ?
Not in four years. And the beaches get
uglier and uglier and uglier like the
sisters. And everybody blames the Ves-
tries. Why?

As for the Paynes Bay Shed, it comes
in quite handy for the village domino
fans and on many a hot afternoon I’ve
seen Tom and Dick and Jennifer stretch-
ed-out on the slab just like stiffs. When
the fish want to use it later this year
I expect there’ll be quite a lot of resist-
ance from Jennifer and Dick and Tom.
Meanwhile, if you were to riddle the
Paynes Bay front with open latrines
you’d find plenty of people who would
still use the spaces in between.

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the organisers of picnics would warn the
drivers about breaking the speed limit.
They might even do that. But when the
buses rounded my territory last week
they were each exceeding the legal 3C
“by 15 miles, And not far from where I
live a little girl playing in the streets
was hit by a passing car during the last
moon, Good luck to picnickers but they
should think of others just the same.

As for the community centres they
don’t seem to attract anyone judging
by the increasing number of those who
play games in the highway.

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that he counted thirty patches on a Electric Clocks

man’s trousers at Seawell.

I wonder what the Publicity Commit-
tee are doing about it. Maybe it would
be a good idea to distribute Mexican
sombreros and corduroy trousers to all
men with more than six patches, This
would help to deceive the visitors into
believing that there was less poverty in
Barbados than in Nassau. But you would
have to fit all taxis with specially painted
rose coloured glass to distort the ugli-
ness of the hovels en route to the hotels.
And if you went driving up Spooners
Hill towards Shop Hill you would have
to throw dust in their eyes. Barbados
has a lot to offer tourists but the sight
of houses disintegrating in front of
your eyes still makes me sick. And I’ve
got used to it. It’s quite futile to sa¥
that the slums of Haarlem or the Har-
row Road are worse. Visitors to New
York or London don’t have to see Haar-
lem or the Harrow Road, But visitors
to Barbados would have to be perman-
ently under the influence not to be
shocked by the hundreds of tottering
houses they must see.

Even through the glare-beaten House
of Assembly windows you can see four
hoods dropping to pieces in the heart
of the City. As for the Reed Street
houses a puff of wind would blow most
of them down. And I rate Reed Street
pretty high in the Barbados housing
world.

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pip. All of them without exception but
especially those who predict that there
are too many mouths chasing too little
food. But now and again a planner stops
being amazed by his own clearsighted-
ness and visions of doom and says some-
thing constructive. Such a planner re- a.
cently uttered in London that three-
quarters of the earth was covered by
water. Largely because of man’s mis-|
take, said this planner (with the glori-|

ZA we?
ous name of A. Rowse) the sea’ had be- é.,———

come the store house of the salts of the } ‘i
earth. 14 aia FOR You Frozen Haddock

‘ Smoked Kippers
CAKE ianeees in tins

OF



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sea-farming. Trai r ¢ Nuts Glace Cherries Oysters omeuery F
sea- arming. rain a new type of sea- hisesies ’ Lobster Lobster Paste
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almost permanently afloat. JUST << atone



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need of federation or of intereommunica-

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beaches sailor Saal hen eyed sia Black Pepper Butter Beans Lettuce
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952

Lodge School Gains 33 Certificates ‘At Advanced Level |

. ; e e Zs ° :
One Eligible For T’dad
‘ e

Forestry Scholarship

THE Advocate learnt yesterday that the Lodge School
candidates in the July 1952 General Certificate of Educa-
tion of the Oxford and Cambridge School Examination
Board, gained 33 certificates at Advanced Level. This re-

sult was obtained in Group I (Classical Studies), Group 2
(Modern Studies) and Group 4 (Science and Mathematics).

Of the candidates who took the eee
examination, seven gained Ad- ’
B.G. To Urge

vanced Level in three subjects.
Congress



These are Deane, C. C., Jordan,
R. O., Kirton, C, F., Archer, A.
M., Cheeseman, F. W., Goddard,
P. R., and Kelly, P.M.

Kelly gained Advanced Level
in three subjects after spending
only one year in the Sixth Form.

On the strength of his results
in the examination, J. M. Bayne From
(Advanced Level in chemistry Jamaica © ovemher ob ets year.
and biology) has become eligible This would be a convenient op-
for the Trinidad Forestry Schol- portunity for the Council to meet
arship which is awarded by the as was done previously since it
Trinidad Government only ‘when was possible that delegates to the
a suitable candidate is available. conference might be available to

The scholarship gives the stu- attend a meeting of the Council
dent three years at a University at the same time.
and facilities for three years’ Post Meeting Long Overdue
Graduate study. Discussing this correspondence

The details of the examination along with other information re-
are as follows ceived from Richarq Hart, Sec-
Advanced Level Results 1952 retary of C.L.C., the British Gui-

GROUP L—CLASSICS ana Trade Union Council by a
Kirton, C. F.—Latin, Greek, majority accepted the view that
Ancient History a meeting of a full Congress of
Deane, C, C.—Latin, Greek, C.L.C. was long overdue since
Ancient History. the last Congress was held in
Jordan, R. O. W.—Latin, Greek, Jamaica in 1947, and despite
Ancient History. many changes in personnel and
GROUP IIL—MODERN STUDIES policy the executive officers and
Walcott, A, K.—English and council elected in 1947 still hold
Modern History. office to-day. T.U.C. decided:
Wilkie, N. G.—Modern History, 1. There is an evident split in
English (Ordinary Level). the ranks of executive officers of
Goddard, R. C.—Modern His- C.L.C. and this can only be re-
tory.

solved one way or other by a full
Congress,

2. Issues listed for a meeting
of the Council are a matter of far-
reaching policy which only a full
Congress has authority to deter-

GROUP IV.—SCIENCE AND



. .—Biology,
or, A. M.—Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry.



Bayne, I, D. — Mathematics, mine.
Physics, Chemistry (Ordinary 3. Barbados should be the
Level). venue because, recently the epi-
Bayne, J. M.—Chemistry, Biol- demic of bannings of outstand-
ogy. ing political figures in the Carib.
Chase, P. D, E.—Chemistry, bean has affected every colony
Physics except Barbados and if any other

Cheeseman, F. W.—Mathematics,

venue were selected it might not
Physics, Chemistry.

be possible for members of some

Goddard, F. R, — Physics, of the delegations to attend the
Chemistry, Biology conference and Barbados is more
Kelly, P. M.—Physics, Mathe- centrally located and from the
matics, Chemistry. point of view both of cost

Outram,
Chemistry

J, G —Mathematics,
(Ordinary Level).

HARRISON COLLEGE

Advanced Level Results 1952
GROUP L—CLASSICS

and transport facilities was most
convenient to all affiliates,
T.U.C, General Secretary Brent-
rell Blackman was instructed to
write Hart to the foregoing effect
and forward a copy of the letter
to the president for his informa-



Blackman, C. N. Mcl.—Latin, Hon
Osean aeons ee Greek The Peoples Progressive Party
Ancient. History. ; * General Secretary, Mrs. Janet
Medford, G. McD. — Latin, J@8an, said the party’s stand
Greek, Ancient History could be dealt with democratical-
Sobers, P. A.—Latin, Greek, 1y only if a fully representative
Ancient ‘History. meeting was held either in Bar-
Williams, C. A.—Latin, Greek, bados or Jamaica, -
Ancient History. _The other four affiliates of
Agard,. €., V.—Latin, Greek, ©-l-C.—British Guiana Labour
History (Ordinary Level). Union, Cosmopolitan Workers’
Bushelle, W. de L.—Latin, Union, Manpower Citizens’ Asso-
Greek, History (Ordinary Level), ©i@tion, and Guiana Industrial
Grannum, S. A.—Latin, Greek, Workers’ Union Executives have

not yet met to consider the invi-

Ancient History. tation,—(CP)

Hinkson, S. R,—Latin, Greek.





Johnson, B, F.—Latin, Greek,
Ancient History. e ege ‘
Reid, C. E. — Latin, Greek, The Art Of Writing
Ancient History,
Walkes, H. J.—Latin, Greek, The Extra-Mural Department
Ancient History. of the University College of the
GROUP IL.—MODERN West Indies is proposing to hoid
STUDIE a Course on “The Art of Writing”.
Alleyne, C. L, O.—English, It is hoped that this Course will
History. f start in the near future,
Eastmond, H. H. E.—Latin, At present the Department,
History (Ordinary Level). through its Resident. Tutor, Mr,
Forde, H, de B.—Latin, English, Aubrey Douglas-Smith, is cir-



Hewitt, M. E, S.—English, His- Cularising various people wh»

tory. might be interested in the course.
Hopkinson, C. A, S.—Latin, The course will include talks
English, History. : on style and composition, punc~
Marshall Ww. K.—Latin, Eng- tuation and common grammatical
lish History. mistakes, the writing of letters of
“Williams, D.—English, History. various types, the presentation of

reports, the keeping of Commit-

GROUP IIL—MATHEMATICS tee minutes, etc., together with











Agard, E. T.—Higher Mathe- some attention to literary writing. i ee
matics. Mr. Ian Gale, Assistant Editor :
Cadogan, E, A——Higher Mathe- of the Barbados a has IN HOSPITAL ee
atics. kindly promised to contribute a ; Seislen 8
P eErIARS. O. F.—Latin, Higher few talks on journalism. bitund tae tee ae
Mathematics. Students will be encouraged Dotient ’ communications system 7
Jones, H, K. de Q—Latin, to do written practice, which ‘inijar to that used in siverahk for ~ Fe oe
Mathematics for Science. iis ee eee ae communication between the cap-
$ me igher 2 > é s Sat . . _ an
Mathenaties. one Council, Wakefield, or at the Boy yh bed ‘has microphone- A Tiger ements
Layne, C. E.—Higher Mathe- aaa Headquarters, Beckles speaker unit small enough to go o
Maleacock, F. St, O-Higher The Advocate was informed Dutton the ‘patient cen Hight Us a
sate. 5 Ne yesterday that _anyone st 4 is lamp on an indicator panel in the : ‘i . Bod be hi hen”
Pilgrim, K, O.—Latin (Ordin- ee ane os * par sister's room which -has a light DERL is a Lanolin Soap containing “Hexachlorophen
Oe aher Mathe , pn on wiekedaye or between {°F each og ae io which destroys skin bacteria and remains active long
Banly, “H.. Annnigber, Mae 5 £m. and 1 pan, on Saturdays. Spa 80. she seen the mane) te after use. Its rich lather and soothing effect is especially
matics. sister can then converse with the i . Ns
Trotman, G. A—Higher Mathe- patient, a -J8 recommended for the most Delicate Skins,
matics. Tt0AL: Newton, M. E, P.—in English, i a css eg
LOWER MATHEMATIC History and General Paper. e
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Headley, 'V. B, — Mathematics’ Jones, L, Lin Geography. yjha"si Moll at 22, (noon, Reghtered (All Branches)
jor Science. Mati tos Yarde, S. E.—in English, 2.30 p.m. on the 15th September, 1952
McConney, F, O.—Mathemati



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Reid, N.
Science.
GROUP



E.—Mathematics for
1V.—SCIENCE
Caddle, R, B.—Physics (Ordin-
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Gooding, G. T.—Physics, Chem-
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Hinds, L. K, de C.—Maths for}
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Quintyne, L. G.—Physics (Or-|
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Physics, Chemistry. '

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Rudder, G. M. D.—Maths for|
Science, Physics. a
Tudor, J. L.—Maths for Sci-| We offer - - -

ence, Physics, Chemistry. M
Ward, E. E—Maths for Science, }
Physics, Chemistry.



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A NEW COUNCILLOR

THE appointment of Mr. E. S. Robinson as a Member
of the Legislative‘Council will be regarded as a recognition
of public service rendered in the best interests of the people
of this island. It is.

As a member of the planter class Mr. Robinson has
shown an unusual liberality of view and a thoroughness
which made him respected in the Legislature and on all
1 the public boards on which he served.
luscious green appear scorched

and stunted. The son of Stanley Robinson,
The break in the weather has Owner of Constant Plantation and
been very welcome by planters, Representative of the parish of
but the effects of the drought will St. George in the House of
still be reflected in the 1953 crop. Assembly, he was educated at
Some of the fields have kept up Warwick School and St. John’s
better than others and this is College, Cambridge.
mainly so in the case of those In his formative years he had
fields to which there was no â„¢ixed with others of great mind
application of artificial manure. ®%%d broad outlook. In his case
The harvesting of ground pro- it, Was not merely “the old School
visions has begun, but according Tie” to which class he was entitled
to reports from people who buy to belong, it was the acquisition
from the field, the yield is far Of Wider knowledge and varied
below expectations, eee ae tint an a _ oe
OK as peral and enlightened as
a =< of sweet potatoes jt Was unusual in members of the
yers report that they planter class in Barbados,
only get large patches of slips
from the “hole”. But even a
cart with slips is a welcome
sight to the housewife, and this
is evident by the way they
gather around to obtain small
purchases of potatoes which
in many instances they cannot

CANEFIELDS
LOOK
SCORCHED

The long drought has left its
mark on the sugar cane crop and
in many fields throughout the
island canes which at this time
of the year are normally of a

It was his good fortune to have
been born in the top bracket of
that class and in it the name of
Robinson had been already estab-
lished. There was also a Robin-
son holding proprietary interests
at Woodford Lodge Estates, Trini-





obtain unless they buy slips. dad. There was also a Robinson Hon. E. 8S, ROBINSON
Corn Withered at Constant, Barbados. One
Corn has also suffered a_ great daughter of the familv was the

wife of the most popular surgeon
in Barbados and another of an
outstanding headmaster of Har-
rison College. Today when West
Indian economy is dictated by
sugar the name of Robinson be-
comes almost synonymous. with

deal from the drought, and many
of the fields which were planted
towards the end of the last rainy
season have withered up before
“shooting” ears.

Because of the long drought this

Confident LG.
Has Successful
Maiden Voyage

year, Barbados can look forward sugar. :

to a 20 per cent drop-in the yield © csi _ The maiden voyage of the
of canes this year as against last But from that place in society Schooner Confident 1. G, which
year, planters who made their Ernest Stanley Robinson realised W®S built at Browne's Beach,
usual Friday rounds in town that the privilege carried a cor- Bay Street, was very successful
yesterday told the Advoca‘te. responding responsibility. The From this voyage however Mr,

Ernest Lorde, her owner, has dis-
covered that with more mainsail
and jib his boat would be faster,

“Before I make my next trip
I am going to equip Confident LG.
with additional mainsail and jib,’
Mr. Lorde told the Advocate yes-
terday, He said the boat perform-
ed beautifully,

Confident I, G. left Barbados
on August 8 for Dominica,
reached Dominica the
Monday at 6.00 p.m., and unloaded
her cargo. At Dominica she took
277 bags of copra and left for
St, Lucia, Before leaving St. Lucia
for Barbados, she loaded charcoal,
fresh fruit and plantains,

Mr. Lorde said that the worst
bit of sailing was experienced in
the channel between Martinique
and St. Lucia, The wind was
very light and the tide heavy.

“Whatever cargo there was at
Dominica my agent, Mr. Shilling-
ford, gave to me, but at St, Lucia
I was only able to get cargo from
individuals and not agents’, Mr,
Lorde said. He felt that at St.
Lucia the agents gave the copra

“The drought was too severe,”
one said, “and no matter how much
rain the island gets now, there is
little likelihood of our doing bet-
ter than 20 per cent below last
year’s crop.

“If we should get fair rainfall
during the next two months, and
then again in January, we may
do no worse, but if rain does not
continue to fall, the island may
even produce less than 20 per
cent below last year’s crop.”

Canes For Fodder

He said that at present, the
eanes are developed but little
more than what could normally
be cut as fodder,

As planters met yesterday,
they greeted each other with
more smiles than they have been
showing during the past weeks.
The smiles were induced by the
rain which fell island wide on
Thursday and to a lesser extent,
yesterday.

Housewives can expect a good
supply of potatoes early next
month and yams later next month,

period had not yet passed when it
was the popular belief that those
who served in the Legislature
should come from their ivory
cloisters to do honour to the seats
they occupied and the _ people
whom they represented, The old
Shibboleth was long in passing
but he assisted.

Ther? was about to be a vacancy
in St. George as one of the sitting
members had decided to retire
The people of St, George follow-
ing an outmoded and fallacious
custom, presented the late Mr.
Cc. L. Elder, then about to retire
from the post of Registrar, with
a Requisition. Young Robinson
upbraided them for going so far
afield when he was among them,
of them, and _ willing, capable
and able to serve them as a mem-
ber of the House. It was a happy
circumstance that both Mr, Elder
and he were subsequently elected
to serve together,

In addition to his membership

in the House Mr. Robinson served
on the Vestry, and the Parochial

planters say. These will be in Boards. And it was dm. this. to the boats they favoured, ;
such quantity that (housewives capacity that the people of the Mr, Lorde is however looking
will be able to decide not to buy parish came to measure his true forward to the next trip with

worth. No matter which affected
their interests was too small for
his attention and “his word could
be relied on” in any instance in
which he pledged his help.

from “A” but from “B’. Within
about three weeks, too, cucum-
bers will be in good supply.

Gold Watch Stolen

A gold wrist watch, valued $35,
was stolen from car M 2364 which

even more confidence in God,







or it is almost certain that even
in the face of the vast political
changes which have taken place
he would still have been repre-
senting St. George in the House.

Now that he has been honoured

As the years passed the relation-
ship between his people and him
became a stronger bond and it is
indicative of its merit that during

was parked in the yard of ae ast in the sugar by membership in the Council he
Mohamed Patel at Ivy, St. ieee ne ate Shoal ack has declared his policy of working
Michael, between 7.45 p.m. and fires became contagious +to the in the interest of the entire island
8.30 p.m on Wednesday, extent that it cost the island free from the trammels of ners

The incident was reported to ¢49.000($192,000). Constant re- considerations, Even those of
the Police by. Yusuf Patel of Spry jyained a peaceful place and its different political shade will agree

that this is an attitude to be de-

sired in those who occupy the seats

Second Chamber.
—J.E.B

Street, City, owner of the car. workers a pleasant people.

Irene Phillips of Bourne's Mr. Robinson still in his prime,
Village, St. George, reported that because of family reasons retired in the
a goat valued $25 was stolen fromij*rom the hurly burly of politics
her open cellar between 6.00 p.m
on Wednesday and 6,00 a.m. on
Thursday, It is the property of
Charles Atherly of Silver Hill,
Christ Church,









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Applications For |
Coronation Seats |

|

°
Received Locally






APPLICATIONS are being re-
ceived at the Colonial Secretary
Office for seats along the Corona-|
tion route in England where visi-|
tors may witness the Coronation!
pageantry next year. |

An official of the Secretariat
disclosed yesterday that inquiries
were being made in connection
with the matter, but no figures}
were yet available as to the num-|
ber of applicants. It is not yet
known how many seats will be al-|
located to Barbados. |

A limited number of seats along |
the route will be made available}
to persons living here. The. cost
will be £5 10. O for a covered
seat and £3 10. 0 for an uncov-
ered seat. No more than two seats |
will be allocated to an applicant,
nor will tickets be transferable

Meanwhile a Main Coronation
Committee is being set up under
the chairmanship of His Excel-
lency the Governor, and this will
meet in the Legislative Council
Chamber on Wednesday, 17th in-
stant.

This Main

a Whatfmérvalue could
there be? . . . wonderful

nylons by Aristoc

As precious as pearls, as airy as bubbles, surprie-
ingly strong ... yet such amazingly good valnel
Here come magical Aristoc nylons to lightem your

step, created for you by a specialist company
which makes nothing but fine stockings. There's
ashade te match your every mood and dress

to perfection; as for quality, what could be
finer? Try a few pairs for yourself —and then
you teo will be wonderfully surprised



Committee will be
divided into sub-committees
which will deal with various
aspects of the local celebrations
Parochial Coronation Committees
are also being set up under the
respective Vestries the activities
of which will be co-ordinated by

another small committee under a
the Lord Bishop



for COMEORT and:

City Gutter Kept Dirty CONTENTMENT

Tally clerks and labourers who
were working along the road
opposite Messrs. Manning & Co.'s
building at the Pierhead yester-

day complained of the insanitary
condition of the area.

One tally clerk told an
Advocate reporter: “Just look
into the gutter. There is a dead

rat which was there for the whole
week. It is practically impossible |
for people to tolerate such con-|
ditions,”

; On the

| scattered
|

road itself paper was J. B. LESLIE & CO., LTD. — Agents





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WITHOUT

PR.

NEVER

) Boots

’
Tablets
This is the formula:
Acid Acetyl Sal (Aspirin)
gr. 3%
Phenacetin gr. 2
Caffein gr. %
Phenolphthal gr. §
For the Speedy Relief of pain
| Quickly relieve headache,
| They help to restroe Bowel
Activity to normal regularity,
so essential in cases of

BE

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nerve

Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
pains

Neuritis and all
'

Further more they rapidly
reduce the high temperature
associated with severe colds

and chills



influenza severe colds

and chills

Although rapid and cer-
tain in action P.R. tablets do
mot contain any harmful
Drugs and will not upset th:



heart nor cause digestive
disturbances,
PRICE; 2/- PER BOTTLE

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LD.

A
\ oo
Selling Agent for Boots itm. i‘
Pure Drug Co.” ' 2

H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD., — Distributors











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LINENE
In several qualities, and all the

GIRLS LACE SHOES

regulation shades from 840. to In Brown or Black Kid

$1.20 yd. Sizes 2 to 8 @ $9.29 and $10.00
TRICOLINE (; $2.03 KHAKI DRILL 84e. to $1.72

In White for Blouses

a BOYS’ KHAKI SHIRTS @ $3.39
BERETS @ $1.50 eS PLAIN COLOURED

SHIR es $1.92

PANAMA HATS from $1.19 to STRIVED SHIRTS $2.46

$1.81

KNITYSD SHIRTS $1.20
% HOSE $1.59

BELTS in Plastic and
Leather 48c, and $1.06
SHOES in Brown or Black
Sizes 11 to 1'4 $7.49

Brown or Black

Sizes 2 to 54% $7.50 & $9.32

ANKLE SOCKS from 44c, to $1.17
In White and Brown

GIRLS LACE SHOES

In Brown or Black Calf
Sizes 11 to 1% @ $7.49 pr.

?



— ALSO —
EXERCISE BOOKS, PENCILS, PENS, NIBS, CRAYONS, INK,
ERASERS, PENCIL SHARPENERS, PAINT BOXES, PENCIL

BOXES, THERMOS FLASKS, PLASTIC TUMBLERS and CUPS, and
SCHOOLBAGS oho





HARRISONS

BROAD STREET
DIAL 2664



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PAGE SIX

THANKS
Sint
those

CLARKE
thank
or any

indersigned beg





oO



who sent wreaths, cards
way expressed sympathy with
nS of our dear mother, Angeiina Clarke!

of Po Tcenantry, which teak place
27th August, 1952.
Beresford. Clarence, Albertha (children),
Belfield, Verona, Mervin, Leroy, Daltow,
(grandchildren Sarnetta (daughter-in-
law), D. James (sun-intlaw)
13.9. 53-—in

FOR SALE



AUTOMOTIVE

BOND MINICAR—''3 wheeler” in per-
fect condition less than 3,000 miles
owner leaving island, for information
dial 2838 12.9. 52—3n



BEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
Just received a new shipment including









LEWIS--We, the. undersigned beg to]? t. 3, 5 ton Trucks, Vans Pickups
réturm thanks to al! those ip sympathy, ; Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
sent wreaths, cards, or attended the 11.9.52—6n
funeral of our dear peloved mother — — — ————S
Fran Klizvabeth Lewis. Hindsbury CAR-—One Hillman Minx Os149. At
Read. Greenidge Land, Wife of thé] Springhead Pitg. Phone 91-74
late David T. Lewis, former foreman 13.9. 52--2n
of the PWD. Son, Joseph Lewis —_——— oem
Simeon Lewis, Israe) Lewis, daughter CAR - Hillman Convertible owner
Clerisse Aletha Lewis, Grandson: Leon] driven. Only done 4,000 miles. Call
» Lew, Oliver Lewis 13,-9.92--In.] Mrs. Kasson. 8496 11.9.52—6n
Getpee bn inctalppaironnnes copra aaeweee fac
MURRAY —We, the undersigned, beg to CAR—Wolseley 10 H.P., in good condi-































Adolphus Murray
Louise Murray (wifes, Sylvia
(daughter), Aleatha Murray
Herbert, Burton, Lewis,
(brothers), Mrs 1fll (sister),
Bispham | iniece),
(Sister-in-law).

mother)
Cc
13.9. 52—In

IN MEMORIAM

asleep 9th’Sept., 1948,

Memories are

steal

Death | he

heal

Some may
gone

But we Will remember while life



Lawrence on-Sea. Phon

water anid electricity throughout,
&c. From December onwards. App!
The Rector, St. Joseph 13.9

Excellent sea
venienees, 4 bedrooms
running water, 2 baths.
Phone 8286.

idaire, enclosed yard, Servant’s Room
Garage Phone 3309. 6



OFFICES

EDUCATIONAL

QUEEN'S COLLEGE

Parents and guardians are asked
note that Queen's College will
re-opened before Tuesday 23rd
ber 13.9



Murray |

Wilhelmina Murtay)

TT

— ees
iLFRACOMBE—On sea, from Ist Oc
bathing, modern con-
upstairs with
Fully furnishea.

11,9, 52-—-gn

return thanks to all those who attended
the funeral, sent wreaths, ‘cards, or ip
any way expressed their sympathy in
our recent bereavement, occasioned by
the death ef our dear beloved Charle?| nan 2,500 miles. Owner bought jorger
car.

we a
FARRELA—in memory of out deer father) ~ ;
and gran@father, James Farreth whe fell | OHMS. Just received a iad Guanilty,

treasures no ene cap}

\

irtache ovly time can,

—S

FLAT & HOUSE—Fully furnished, St.

e 3503.
29.3.02—t.f.n.

——<—<— —
HIL.LSIDE—Bathsheba, four Lrg og
g.

iy:

52—3n,

t

—————————————
MANHATTAN FLATS on Sea_ three
Bedrooms each fully furnished. Refrig-

9.52—2n.

a
OFFICES—In our Building In Lower

Broad 7“ yh age pe 4
October. . R. un ‘oO. .
Dial 4611. 3.9.52—tL.n

«



to

not be
ern »
21



PERSONAL





















giving credit to my wife
(nee Lynch) as % do not
sponsible for her or an

Eldora

by a written order signed
Sed. MOULTON SORA
‘ ‘0



Christmas Cards Spanish Greetings.

Huron St., Buffalo, N.Y.

The public are hereby warned against

tract-
ing any debt or debts in my name unless

Oy Me ok.
‘ne

re
ANNOUNCEMENTS |:

MAKE EXTRA MONEY — Big cash
profits full or spare time. Sell persona}



of $1.50 —‘Name imprinted. Samples Free.
Also 20 beautiful box assortments. Write
Air Mail, CYPHERS CARDS CO., 15 W.














Raa
The Housewife's

Alphabet
FREE with every
Gas Cooker:
‘reedom from
reedom from
rebdom from

smoke
soot
ashes

\ reedom from smells—
FREEDOM from worry if



4 Arrivals to...
JOHNSON'S
STATIONERY

GIBBONS STAMP
CATALOGUE 1953
DIARIES FOR 1953
ANNUALS FOR 19%
TAILORS’ CRAYO

*

‘CASABLANCA
Maxwell Coast

Extremely well kept 4 bed-
rooms house of modern de-
sign, Combination living and
dining room, 2_ kitchens.
Breakfast Room, Toilet and
bath, Lovely verandah fac-
ing the sea to which there
is a right of way, 2 servants
rooms, washroom and gar-
age in yard which is eom-
letely tarred. Well laid out
ardens, 55,573 square feet
land. A spacious and com-



fortable yet very compact
property.

— ALSO —
An orchard comprising

28,743 square feet land ad-
joining the above property.
Numerous cocoanut trees.
Fruit trees of every descrip-
tion.

Inspection every day ex-
cept Sunday between 4—6
p.m. of application to Mrs.
Edna kstein, Phone 8213.
For Sale by public auc-
tion on Friday 19th at
1.30 p.m, at the office of
the undersigned from
whom further particu-
lars may be obtained.



R. 8S. NICHOLLS & CO.,
Solicitors,

151/152 Roebuck Street,
Phone 3925.

<<





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tion. Negrest offer to $1,200.00, Courtesy
Garage

Dial 4616.
MORRIS OXFORD 1952 MODEL, less

11.9. 52—§n



Dia] Courtesy Garage 4616
11.9, 52—6n

OXFORD-—-1947 Model



~ MORRIS

in

excellent condition, $1,800.00. Dial 4616

11.9 .52—6n



en

ELECTRICAL

GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6,000



toll early R. C, Maffei & Co. Ltd

11,9,52—t. fm

Electrical Machin«
with. SUNBEAM "Generar



ONE (1)
Complete

formet now that you 4°) Aluminum Air Tank & Aluminum Spray

Gun. In good working order Price





I eS Apply oe Arthur Mayhew
ingers on c/o . na
Ibert, Alphine, lanthy_ & Atheiston | x . ‘SMITH
Shidren. Vaide Tony & Pamela, grand-|-IMITED, Bridge Street. Phone 4760.
ehildren
13.9.62—1n
a FURNITURE
FOH RENT FURNITURE—Large Mahogany bed-
stead with spring $50. Phone 3990
’ 13.9.52—1n
——
HOUSES MECHANICAL



‘CLE—One Raleigh 3-Speed Sports
Model complete with lamp, good con-
dition. Apply: J. A. Miller, Prospect
House, St. James 13.9. 52—-1n

GRASS CUTTERS—5’ cutting blage
Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
i1.9.52-6n.

GRASS LOADERS—A_ new shioment
due on 19th inst (Sept.) Dial 4615.
11,9. 52—6n.

PLOUGH — From Joes River Ltd.
Subsoil Apply to W. Watson,
6.9.52—~Tn.











POULTRY
DUCKLINS—10 days old, SOc. each
Apply; Mrs. Harold Weatherhead. Galba
Lodge, Fontabelle or dial 314.
12.0.52—t.f.n



BALLOONS. Assorted colours ind
shares, from 3c.—12c. Knight's Lid.
11.9. 3¢—3n



FAREX--The comprehensive cereal food
with Vitamin D. added. Farex should



GLUCOLIN Glaxo’s
with Vitamin D, at
Insist on Glucolin for Glucose





ing stores.
at its best. 10.9.52—5n.
HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ali
. Owen T. Allder, 114 Roebuc
. Dial 3290. 10.5,.52—t.f.n.

—





MOIRE SPOT TAFFETA—Just opened
heavy quality spotted Taffeta in eight
modern shades 36 inches wide $2.31 per
yard at KIRPALANE 52, aves rae

62—In

SUCHARD'S CHOCOLATE The
a SWISS Process. Famous since

VELMA—Plain, Velvet SMOOTH.
MILKA—Full Cream Milk.
BITTRA — Appetising “Bitter Sweet"
Flavour.

Obtainable at ALL Leading Confec-
tioners. 12.9. 52—2n.

STOVE—Florence Oil Stove 2-burner.
nine months old, perfect condition, $60
Phone 3900. 13.9.52—1n









' the

SUBSCRIBE now to Daily
Telegraph, England's leading Daily. News-
sepa now arriving in Barbados by Air
o publication

a few days after in
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o. Advo-
cate Co., Ltd, Local Representative
Tel. 3118, 171.4.83—t.f.n



TREES—A quantity of Mahogany and
other trees at St. Ann's Vicarage, St
Joseph, by permission of the Rev. L. C
Mallalieu, for further
Mr. R. A. Lee,
Joseph

Churehwarden, St
11.9. 52—3n

_LASSIFIED ADS. | er

TELEPHONE 2508

Offers will be





REAL ESTATE



received

to 4 p.m. Tuesday, 16th, Sex

for the servants room at G i

dence of the P.M.O. St. The
gether with a quantity of old

and )
for a quantity of old gaive
mspection of the items

greenhecart Also



can be

Wednesdays between the hoi

pm
hours

Cc

A senereneeeennetnneneneeneeeenenenRenEE

BUNGALOwW,

and on Saturdays between
of 10-2 on application to

Clarke on premise
K. SANDIFORD
Churehwarden, St T
29

c





at Hastings on

the

always @ breeze. Dial 2355

“CRANE HOUSE

of

Saint

21.9.528 -dy

ituate in the per
standing



Philip

on 12 acre

1 rood and 22 perches of land
The House contains six bedrooms. 4

ing, diming and living rooms

and us

offices,

The above will be set up for
Publie
day of September 1952 at 2 p.m

Competition on Fwiday th

office of the undersigned.

JEHOVAH JIREH, St. George, wit
opproximately MS acres of iand Hous
containing 4 bedrooms ipetair toile

ind bath upstairs and downstairs e}
water and
kitehen gardens and orchard
canes and | acre of potatoes
ny day except Surday
ams on premises

“KINNOUL”
(at corner of entrance to Year-
wood’s Land), Saint Michael, standing ‘on
1*,282 square feet of land, a

ROAD,

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Lucas Street









flowe
9 acr
Inspectio

telephone, fine

at BANK HALL MAL

part

whieh is used as an orchard

The Dwellinghouse contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, -
Room,
room and running water)
Kitchen &c.,
Government water and electricity

3 bedrooms (1
- Pantr)

and usual

led —- Servants room in Yard

Inspection on application to the Ten
Mr
The Property will be set up for sale

by

Chas. Field

Public Competition at

Scptember at 2 p.m

door locks with nobs, saucepans.
fast earriers,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE

Solicitors
10.9, 52



7.9.52

tric
nd
of

Apply E. Wil-
13.9.52-—3n

N

of

Gallery,
Breakfast
with dressing
ind
conveniences
instal

ant

our Office
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 19tr

gous
—

t

a

on



AUCTION



Under the Diamond Hammer

I have been instructed by Mr
St.

Hill to sell at his house at Twee

Road on Thursday next 18th beginr
et 12.30 all the undernmentioned
Several 6 ft galvanize sheets,



Josep
4

ME

sast

windows, galvanize buckets, several fron

large striking clock,

casks, 2 Phillips radios (5 & 7 tubes)

burner oil

stove (Valor) Pine

break-
rum

4

and iron

bedsteads, glass cases, cups and saucers

rticulars, contact

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Charles

Sandiford,

shopkeeper of St. Lawrence, holder of

Liquor ise No. 854 of 1952, granted
to Perey Niles in respect of board and
| guivanize shop at White Hall, St. Andrew,
| for permission to use said Liquor License
at bottom floor of a 2-storey wall build-
ing in Baxters Road, City

Dated this 11th day of September, 1952
To:—G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed J. C. MALCOLM,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A" on Monday,
the 22nd day of September, 1082, at
11 o'clock, a.m,
G. B. GRIFFITH,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. "A."

13.9.52—1n






LINIMENT



HAIR STYLING
BEAUTY SALON
Shampoo — Press Curls —
Finger Wave — Marcel
Apex Poro or
Madam Walker System
2nd floor No. 47 Swan Street

13.9.52—In,

Hurricane
HINT No. 17

Precaution



DURING A STORM
Be sure that a window or

be opened

the one facing the wind can )}}
}

13.9.52—3r )

)

door on the lee side opposite |

bowls,

(1) Chevrolet truck and

other

items, also (1) shop 20 x 11 * 9 with shed
Terms cash

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer
13.9.52

4n



PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications for the post of Qualifiec

Nurse and Midwife will be received by

the Churchwarden, Mrs
Welches,
tion” up to 3 p.m

H
Marked “Applic
on the 16th

Ch. Ch

ber, 1952
Terms of appointment obtainable fron

the Parochial Treasurer

6.9.52

A. Talma
a
Septem

in



OSWALD
made
26,959
having made enplicatig
to ant a duph

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
ASSURANCE SOCIETY
LOST POLICY

EVERTON JONES
sworn deposition that Policy
on his life has been lost,

cate of the same.

TICE is hereby given

asked for will be issued,



By Order,
Cc, K. BROWNE,
Secreta
29.8.52

NOTICE

Neither Chaptain, Owners nor Agent

the Venezuelan Motor Vessel

ARIAS" hold themselves responsible {

any debt or debts contracted
member of the Crew of the

said ves

while in Port.

THE BARBADOS IMPORT

CELESTINO ALAMILLA

Capt

ain

having
No
and
to the Directors

that unless
any objection is raised within one month

of the date hereof the duplicate Policy

41

‘RICARDO

by amy

sel

& EXPORT



having been
Vessel

received for the

op,

purehase of the same are invited

Such

offers ate to be submitted

Co. LITD.,
Agents
13.9. 52—1n
NOTICE
SALE OF THE MOTOR VESSEL
“T. B. RADAR"
The appraised price of $35,000.00 not

Motor
B. RADAR”, OFFERS for the

in

sealed envelopes to be addressed to The

Marshal in Admiralty, Publie Buildin
Barbados and are to reach him
before the 30th September, 195

On the Ist October the sealed ¢
containing the offers will
the Court
Registrar in the presence of the




be

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TENNIS AT
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LONDON

pete at Wembley from September

22 26 in this year’s indoor
championships,

Jack Kramer, former Wimble-
don champion and one of Ameri-

foremost
who

professional tennis
withdrew from the

vs

ica
Dinny Pails who took his place
it Searborough will also compete.
Bobby Riggs, 3l-year old US.



Donald Budge, Richard
Gonsalves (who won the Scar-
oorough tournament) “Pancho”
3egura (Ecuador), Hans Nusslein
(Germany), J, De Mos (Holland)
ind A. G. Roberts and W, Moss
(Great Britain), L.E.8,

include

Miller Suspended
For Cut Eye
NEW YORK, Sept, 12.
The South African middle-
weight boxer Duggie Miller said

m Friday that he had been offer-
ed the main event on Friday night
at the St. Nicks Arena, which,
would have been his first chance;
at a nationally televised bout, but
that a cut eye kept him out of
the match.
He suffered



a slight cut over

his eye last Friday night in beat-
ing Jackie O’Brien, and the State
Boxing Commission orders an

automatic 2l-day suspension of
any boxer suffering a facial cut
Miller’s cut was healed.—U.P.



Sports Round-Up

LONDON

Arsenal’s great successes in the
Cup and League competitions last
season, they were third in the
League and runners-up in the Cup,
brought the club a record profit.
A statement of accounts issued last
week showed a profit of £62,129
for the year Over £36,000 of
this had to be paid in tax. Of
the remainder, £20,000 has been
set aside for transfer fees, making !
a total for this fund of £40,000. ;
Last season Arsenal made a profit
on transfers of £11,775,

|

Soccer
HAROLD PATON, captain of
the South African soecer team

defeated Newcastle 5—3 in July
has turned down an offer to turn!
professional for Luton,

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Revival begins on Sunday, Sept

14, 1952, and ends on Sept. 26. All

re invited. The Rev. C. £
Layne of Boston, Mass. with be
the prominent speaker at these |
meetings 13.9. 52--2n

ed Corps and be one of the knights

Britain’s Centurion tanks — the
hard-hitting,
which are so good that the U.S.
is going so spend a lot of dollars
o buy

for a

no place !
gun-turvet of a Centurion for
doing it. I know, For I have just
been “having a bash” myself, as
a guest at the Royal Armoured
Corps Centre, Bovington, Dorset.

firing practice. They were crewed
by men on detachment from their
regiments, doing an instructors’
course.

watching a picked demonstration
tear. But it was not so, as I was
allowed to find out for myself.

a pair of overalls; the colonel

. best medium tank.

corpora
fident than I felt, crouched on the
armour above and beside me and
gave me the drill. The “steering
one left, The clutch was a massive
bar on a spring made for he-men.

I wonld join the Royal Armour-

n armour who bash about in Manby, Lincolnshire.

go-anywhere tanks

long-range flying and
em for the Allies,

If you want to let off steam

of years there is
the cockpit or the

to Keflavik, Iceland.
It will leave there

First I watched Centurions on horse, Yukon.

miles,
hours.

Accuracy

EITHER stationary or at full horse ot Manby non-stop.

college flying medical officer.

A sergeant-major brought me

land.

A 1, looking more con-

will take part

© Smallest are first





I PRESSED the button and the 4{{0m at the Games.

650 horse-power engine started
up first kick, We were away.







whole shooting match went up or '
down, '

“Target — Sherman tank, 800 ’
yards to the front,” barked the ’
tank commander, a warrant officer t 7
from the famed 7th (Desert Rat)
Division in Germany. The loader
rammed in his shell. I twisted
left-hand, twisted right-hand,
found the mark, fired.

And that, by jingo, was that—
so far as the Sherman was con-
cerned. A fluke? Let me tell you
that master-gunner Dundas did it
again, and again—and once more
for good measure,

More Hits

THEN we were on the move.

The stabiliser was switched on,

and much we turned,
ef and ©

rock lunged over the
ground that stabiliser kept my gun
lined up in the right direction.
And with twists of my hands [
found that the sight could be kept
on the tiny target nearly a mile
away.

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UXEMBOUKRG
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Canadian Air Force base at White-

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is scheduled to last 18%

5 , ; x tuck up like the T Olympic stamps to

is one who will be taking part,, Phe gear-lever s

Kramer withdrew from the car- | Joy-stick of a plane. ‘ eee, cApdee come, ae

borough event to return to Amer- Fire! poe Belen, 5
for business reasons Luxembourg, the smallest

The stamp with the soccer
design is reproduced here. It
was at soccer that Luxem-

jtar has also filed his entry. He is Ov a , Up anything, inflicted Britain’s first
ne of the Select few to win all vere, Weta, through anything Ore is defeat last week
hree titles at Wimbledon, He did /__y .the Centurion for The stamps. designed by
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professional champion in 1946, '47]q jit sight, I gripped the two
nd. 49 will be making his aiming han . A twist of the nN
seventh appearance in a Wembley right hand, and several tons of gun s Qr ‘ Pe.
championship. _ 7 and metal right or left. A ga son
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some more hits as his tank bounced
round in a complete circle. And,
from my inside position, with
eyes glued to the magie gun-sight,
I never even realised we were

It was the most exhilarating
half-hour I have spent in many
a long day. I went into it with
my knees shaking and my fingers
in my ears. And I came out of it
feeling like Sir Lancelot after a



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On the return journey Aries
will do the 4,174 miles from White-

cr 1952, at 11 o'clock a.m. at Police] tilt over the bumpy ground their ilots

Ce Oe OT aaa accuracy was fantastic. The old here tara Law-
Police Magistrate, Dist, "p. |Gerelict target tanks scattered jance, Aries will carry three co-
13.9.5%—1n, | about the range, at distances vary- ilots— Winkz Commander S&S. B.
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- 8. . an, the

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Dr, G. C. L, Bertram, Director
of the Seott Polar Research In-
stitute, will be a _ passenger.

The other four flights will be
made by two Hastings and two

. ”.
Sixteen of the world’s top pro- said: “Have a bash”; and there Lincolns, all flying to RCAF bases
fessional tennis players will com- ine anaes ak Lae ar ade in Northern Canada via Iceland.

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2. Applications to take these examinations should be made on
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forms are as follows: —



Health Visitors and School Nurses

Certificate a he “4 at $15.00
Examination for Sanitary Inspectors Certificate .. $20.00
Examination for the Inspectors of Meat and Other

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occasions subsequent to the first sitting.
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DENIS ATKINSON, Wanderers all-rounder is only ten Go A S ler (By SCRIBBLER) P y
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Pace wier Barker of Empire portant that they can get on poll eS for a ~ ne took ee, lead eee at a — M2 ot een Um- .
heac 1© bowling averages and without the Association. @ ng @ S.umps ost ; e game agains elleplaine. * Se nire vs Sy o K ‘ os ‘ ‘one
he dtserves to oceupy that posi- When the World Professional Were 71 for the loss of 1 wicket. Belleplaime batted first to score omperen J wail and 'P “piling and LG G 6” wide @ 74c, & 7c.
tion of honour. His figures show Lown Tennis Championships, G. Farrell is 26 not out and C.°$2) and Cyclone replied with 160, _Combermere vs Folice at Combermere. per yd.
my i high standard of accuracy for a which are to be played at Wem- Parris 21 not out. thus obtaining a 40-run lead. S. rire cat va Bike. ee we cces
bowler He has sent down bley from September 22 to 26 be- St. Martin's joined the double Lewis knocked up 87 while umpires: G. Forde and G. Clarke e
vers and has captured 34 gin the Singles cup will be dona- eentury scoring teams with 222 Springer took 3 for 16. Belle- _ F*siment vs. Mental Hospital at the Ee
s a cost of 9.70 runs ted by the Lawn Tennis Associa- for 9 against Sussex “B.” Best plaine’s second innings yielded 94 Garrison. Umpires: J. Hinds and C. ’
He toe should capture fifty tion. The draw for the Champio* batsman was D. Proverbs with 72. and at the drawing of stumps Cable & Wireless vs. Wanderers at CAVE SHEPHERD
; before the season closes ships will take place at the L.T.A. H. Marshall 40, C. Millar 31 and M, Cvclone were 37 for 5. Boarded Hall. Umpires: T. Sisnett and ‘
{ gures in detail are as fol- or == 1O Morrow, Weekes 31 not out were among Highland took full points in & â„¢ Roaeh > (0 LID
low DENIS ATKINSON Ever mince. the L.A, ecenee ed other batsmen contributing to the game against _Police Boys’ SECOND DIVISION AT THESE X 9 ™
BATTING ar Nin oe he. a ee s sooty —— ao Club. The —? in this game Callegacee: ‘Windwicd at Gis lane. . Un
i v é 52 § > 39, L. oon cking up 50 ¢ ore =) 7 ‘ s : nllege vs ard 3 ‘ge. Um-
penses’ in the year, and ever Knight 23, St Martin's yf eictiae’ 4 oe = mee. < pires; J. Bowen and A. Harewood | PRICES 10,11, 12 & 13 Broad St.

Y.M P.C. vs. aWnderers at Beckles Rd

Qualification: 5 Innings, Average 25 . as Pp ge 3 4 ‘" “
Mey B 1BE since Frank Sedgman, this year’s witn 113 for 3, Millar 45 not out Small contributing 62 not out and Umpires: J. Lewis and K. Quintyne





















Batsman L N.O. Total HS 1“ Pintieon winner, Fe wee an at Pe one of play Sussex Taitt 51 not out, Oita oP ep ttns Caeenerts? er
D. Atkinson 5 0 490 145 98 . 0 ed to receive a tax-free wec 2 “B” were 58 for 7. : tenteak areas ate ears iia
G. Proverbs 7 3 242 17 60 50 present of £5,437, the difference (jty Games pepther ee i er acd geh es. ME .
CB. Williams - > 288 a 57g between amateurs and pros has 2 she " Greens scored another six- P'PS idation vs. Pickwick at Foundation oo ootin
T.. Birkett oi 8 1 371 3 : a3 ae become invisible to the naked eye n games in the City, | Notre point victory when they defeated Umpires: C. Archer and B. Clarke S302: ¢
J Goddara 8 3 sae 96 oe a ‘to anyone not wearing the Dame and Rangers are fighting Union Globe. Union Globe were Su wees aod a, Chee ee
; a ¥. 3 25 § 51. 2¢ ol any . . 7 é 2cisive > for cha Se i nen Sah 7 enna . sires: K. Sealy and § ilkes 4 s
S. Rudder 6 3 130 37° 43.33 rose-tinted spectacles of the ~ oe ae 1 . ee dismissed for scores of 102 and Pires: K There is no. better
C. Depeiza 7 0 78 42.71 alleged “good old days.” P Matic oe. present’ the 81 while Greens replied with 136 general purpose cart-
N. Lueas . 7 } 90 42.50 Wimbledon is still known as WUative is with Notre Dame and 49 for 0. B, Brereton scored , . P
C: “‘Hunte 8 2 114 42.16 “The Championships,” but it is oe mayen scored 141 and at the 34 not out. XI against the Rest, but owing | ridge than Eley ‘Grand
J. Greenidge 7 2 ‘ 57* 40.60 by no means certain that the Oi for the stumps Rangers were Boys’ Club took first innings to difficulty in obtaining suitable Prix’. It is water-
L. F. Harris 5 0 201 72 40.20 Wimbledon champion is now the %- TOF whe loss of 7 wickets. For head against Invincible. In this grounds tomorrow, this has been resisting, hard-hitting
A. Atkins 5 0 191 110 38.20 - best lawn tennis player in the Notre Dame C. Daniel top scored game the scores were: Invincible postponed. Meanwhile it is pos-) Meet ,
Ni GRE ois by 5 1 150 78* 37.50 world. with 51 and supporting innings of 400 and 99 for 9; Boys’ Club 135, sible that a return game can be and unfailingly dep »nd-
C, Blackman (Pol.) ... ’ 8 0 298 70. «=: 37,25 And there will be no clinching 26 by D. Archer, 22 by J. Garvey %. St. Hill 39, Austin 28, Selman arranged between the B.C.L. and able. Supplied in 12
Mi WEIR ahs Fi a5hinis vihaw Peau 7 2 182 147® 36.40 the matter of global supremacy ®"d 20 by S. Roberts were re- 2 for 49 and Crichlow 7 for 48. Empire Intermediates, and the gauge 24” length wich
4, Hutchinson 7 2 181 68" 36.20 until there is an Open champion- corded. J. Barker took 4 for 34 WNorwick defeated Starwick. Selectors have named the follow- { 116 emioen lh a
F. King ..... 6 3 107 35 35.66 ship, I suggest that this long- 1% 13 overs and C. Hinds 3 for Scores were: Norwick 87 and 49. ing players to take part:— g , f_ O%
C.. Smith 7 o 244 105 34.35 dreamed-of event is now more '6. Best batsmen for Rangers Starwick 20 and 68, Spooner 5 K, Goddard (Capt.), T. Hinds, loads and in other
We FAIMeP veces veers seen q 0 229 69° 32.71 than a possibility, were I. Agard (Busta) 22, W. fur 10 performed the hat-trick. R. Pinder (Rangers), B, Brereton gauges.
a: saa it 6:3. nie ; : i? aren Referee eae 18 and Pinder 19 not»out. Rain Stops Play (Greens), C, Rogers (Radcliffe), |
N Harrisott SUES 6 1 135 51 2700 Highly placed L.T.A. officials h the end of the day's play Doyle Rain stopped play in the B.C.L. Norville (Police Boys’ Club), L.|
N. F. Harris , 5 1 106 49 359 are on the committee for the had taken 4 for 26 and Cox 2 yame against Empire Intermediate Jones (Sydney) J. Farrell (St.|
O. Fields ... . 5 i 102 44 59 Wembley tournament, and the et a bas aca ream at Bank Hall on Sunday. ry (sh aie Keatinasls |
W. Knowles 5 0 126 "7 29. Association has provided’ E. Peres ow aot we » against The B.C.L, first innings was taken (Colts), Green ldadlesex) and cS
. g a Garfield Hughes as referee. eae and aad vr = ply from 94 for 5 te 127 Hinds scored J. Moore ere: os WATER RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES
x Four past Wimbledon cham- *0rkshire were 49 for the loss of another half century. Date of this game will be an- ‘GRAND PRIX” e “GASTIGHT” e “MAXIMUM” e “ALPHAMAX”
BOWLING pions, Fred Perry (Great Britain), = —e For Yormmine. are It was hoped to play a B.C.L. nounced.
alific ‘ rinkkote 1934—6; and the Americans, Scored 9&8 while ement too -
Sealiration:; 18 wickets Donald Budge, 1937—8; Bobby 7 > ae O’Neal 3 for tar SECPPOSIOOOOS OOOO OS OID OOD DID FOOD or . Factory Representatives: T. GEDDES GRANT LTD.
Bowler Oo M. R y Av Riggs, 1939; and Jack Kramer, Of Belfield performed the hat-) y %
H.'Barker 3. ..£.).8.bo24 144 + 38 330 % cs 1947; are all competing, but the trick and his analysis at present % i ’ ‘ALLING 2 %| TINE, PEPIN, sOegNtert Serer: epee
E. Atkinson ........ ; 55.1 11 132 43 10415 favourite is Pancho Gonzales, is 4 for 4 '® CALLING ! C <« %
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i GAR a Ls eta aise wails + 88.5 22 253 13 19.46 An_ interesting comparison is 25 runs for victory without joss... For body-building and lots of go. RED HAND PAINTS
spo) el SOE os 4 ss, s0 0 « woe 0 76.4 13 267 13 20.53 that it took Frank Sedgman 161 D. Sealy in the game took 6 tor! % “ , ip ¥
ing E. L. G. Hoad ‘aaa 109.5 10 407 18 22.61 games to win this year’s Wimble- 20 and 8 for 21. ix There’s nothing to equal “PETER’S” COCOA % FOR ALL PURPOSES
yt Cr cs ce eden 122 22 395 15 26.35 con, Of course, if you divided Rangers “B” lost to Telephone
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than £33 per game! Telephone’s 176 for 6, Denny % ; f ; y x Tropical White ‘S’ Marine Paints
— Junior Lawn Tennis It will cost Wembley £6,000 to scored 33 in Rangers’ second in-| %& It’s really worth its weight in gold. % A superior white for .
a is stage this year’s championships pings, C, Alleyne 79 not out for % ¥ exterior and interior Dry with a hard
r and the prize money for Singles Telephone and K. Walcott 32. % 8 use. Does not dis- enamel finish.
a R e ~ e owe , and Doubles is about £1,200 for Kenneth Goddard took 7 for 29 % x colour. ba Cream, and
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Bo alin psets emi-k inals winner taking * £350 on this Southern Games i ¥ Matinto Flat
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Air LONDON, Se 2 . at Parcnpanty and if form works out, he should ero ee BOQTOE BD. OUNCES VIC ae x ite, Cream, Paint
JONDON, Sept 12. Sir Leonard Vavasour who said nd if form works out, he tory against Maple. Inch Mar- & » Green alnts
Bt 3ut fora shower of rain at jater he would have ordered play Meet Jack Kramer in the final. lowe + ss 1 lost 6 9 ae % % ; 3
Wimbledon yesterday we might to continue ; Kramer has said that this will car it A08 oe gait auean %& s : Bright Red, Grey,
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boys’ titleholder Bobby Wilson of jhe court side “From now on | him from time to time—but if this game C. Best took 8 for 19 % x Anticorrosi Woodwork
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Wilson favourite all along to game ‘and wait “for him to -wrielee his form of five years ago a clash Sponges scores were 48 and % S Paints ; Permanent Green
retain his championship was sur- jpictakes” between him and Gonzales should 99 against Cambridge who re- & x Many attractive The Sign of a
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WHAT'S ON TODAY Fel if liitirli 10 w Mnnnl •• Ihr A> %  BRA h*-i .1 .. For UM eauaa that lacfta (••.T.H tha wroaea thai n. Fot ih futur* in n> auu \i a IM Ouod Uwi I c.n ESTABLISHED 1895 SATl'RDAY^IgPTKMBKR 13. 1952 PRICE FIVE CENTS YtSTERDAY'S WLATHER REPORT HlCMM TxKfWUHN to I T Wind Vi %  • v Working Party On C'da—W.I. Trade Hold Final Meeting 27 KILLED AS BRITISH SUPERSONIC JET EXPLODES Report Will Be Studied By H.M.G. And W.l. Got Is. From Our Own ( orrespondcnl LONDON. Sept. 12. The rcporl 1 the working; parly on the Canada-Unstudied by li rinnu'iit and West Indian tGovernments. In cchiunetion witfl the report, there is tfl be a further study ol inter island shipping An offlcUl Colonial Offlci ti 1 tonight uyi the working parly lias provided an invaluable opportunity fol joint duKUtuon between representatlvea u Weal Indian erranenU and other .department! in oLndon on all aspects of trade between the West Indies and Canada. %  [UM Importance "t rr.nintaing trade between Canada and the uwi at the highest poaslbii level end all b war* 1 I whether %  NAGUIR PA YS t \IKO. — 1. %  18. 1. eatal Mohammed Naculli. th >tiun man hu ah i-' ii Imp:* aitdqualrd litlr.. paid .. line on Thursda* nich' lor 11,1111 our. At dinner at an nlli- r\ duo he referred In |hr fornin I'rem T Al> Mahrr M "E*ctllrne*". li, \, II.' dr" ain(i:iaafeaj aaak J title llinr had U) pa* un planter When a touns iltir-r a>krd the Obsjaaaj to pa> up. N'aaulb ohilli-d out two petal ebdon %  ea taken to Muds huthec %  considerable Naguib\ irlnim .ahinet approved importance in the ,.re. legislation ending anothei ol parliculai! Hei islands Egypt'.-. tcud.il iiutltuUone, the : under ****** .. Moslem law bj which l person The worfcl ,. K [hat betri ,""' nepi „ wv receive II '" the i 1 on realUi Buajar income, but cannot Mil H otheri 'urn to private vvUe dispose of estate %  Indian and I "Tiimonwenlth sugar to Wukfs 010 handled by governICfinada from the bcitinnlnti of inent ministry. Mime devoted to 11933 would help enure the mainchanties institutions undai 1 ,'. % %  pervunon. The rcr) i". ijDvarn> I to Canada at n high and stable merit's propa-a-d law would reIfcWel Italn charity estates.—

MR "— %  SAV\<; Sir Alfred Salvage \ plMiinliiM i\ i-rnirr 1 I* I I Of lirilish C.iiiana T . Lxplodes >>orn Ovir 0-n Cotr-igi IX>N1X>N. Sept. 12. Sir Ali> new Governor <> It is learned here raUabh/. Now Coal, Stfil Pool Meei To Form Committee STRASBOURG. Sept. 12 Burope'j new-bora ei >i u %  steel enn n.une ,1 p mmtttec '" kUtUtlon fW a Btuo; ANT1CUA. Sept IJ, This morning a loud explosion shook St. John's. The severe vibration caused clerks in oltlces to imagine the shattering to be a sharp "ar|haji'e l 'T A ecu the MagTstr-ta'i Court where all %  C01 %  lorn ag 1 members of ihe local Har gathered tn bid farewell 10 Mi M B, Dias and Mr. H Hewlett who will shortly leave Antigua to take up .ii r.rcnn -pectively. was abruptly adjourneil. 1 nibly—the 1 %  '-nl\ Aral deliberative parliamentary body—with of high %  uthorlt) Arbitration, form the ruling agen•1 to merCe Western Europi production. %  In Luxemhourgh aarlii r tin>. araefi gave the as.-enibly the task <>f writing .1 lonvitu'.inn to bring Europe closer to the dream of ,.r i:> i mee %  I un tha eon Ututlon the assem'ily will I vi stiluent group and f plenai > MM ikm et thLabour Adviser Will Visit The Leeward Islamls Mil f C CATCHPOLE. O.B.E Labour Advis-i to It* ComptreUer UM! Ih'velopmenl and Welfare, vill .leave Barbados by im w the 15th September fot Amigt-a. Mr <*atehpde is paying a i-ou%  Lai 1 islandi lie proposes to spend about u 1 h In Ant jnu. St. Kltts. end Montscrrnt. returning In Bar%  Europe*! headquart4*i In S'r. bours— I'P. I to the wharf Poltea lautii-. M haten covan, bew bee, roof, oats and pieces of deck were floating and scattered on the piei u if the ship bad been torpedoed. At the time of the explosion the Police launcl was tied alongside the pier, hav. ing completed its morning patrol. Three policemen in bathing trunks had been cleaning the bot\ torn. The engineer. Lance Cor-i poraL Allan Franrp-. gtapped on) the starter and the explosion ocGurred nanen wai badly burnt on both legs. PC Airell IMI minor hums and scratch*-i't Aimslrong who was still on the Mdc of the boat, was bl der the jettv. Ttuwi il meet ml severely shocked and sent to the Council ofihoepttai The KarRour Master': Florrnre towed the burnOn Page 3 Makki Will Go To U.S. To "Talk Oil" PARIS. Sept. 1*J llnueii Makkt, heed ol Iran's nationalized oil Industry, declared on Friday that the "world will always need oil" was |0toll 00 the United States next week to talk ml t. BJ MMC ready isition as %  nerul of Iranian Nannaj Fmat has njade him a power In Ihe o.l-iich but money-poor nation, t ur ned a very c Id ihouldei to the u compfoniiae M proposal recently ofTerrrl jointly by Fresiden* Trtirran and Prime M Winston Churchill not In1 for help from POCKET CARTOON r>> OSBEKI 1 ANCAiHK S ^1 & 1 ^ "For heaern'i iule don't toy I told oubut I hupprn 10 know ihnr rldr sea left th* Parly under a cloud!" TORONTO The Ihing of a starting pistol for It ie Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto stampede* three elephants appearnu: %  Bl show hutched by 24f'tO ihe atumals ran among 'he runners on the track and %  of Kansas City 1 stampeded m' lour g|i almoat a ir.ck rec.rd JOHANrfESBUSG The pn'w e thnn ?000 arrests in arg (pop. SOO.OUO all X v.,. k-i-i r (a p ... 111 r: hours the police had reports of attempled m a.-.sauit-. cn robberlei and U bouea-breafclna] Ibatbl, ., led a 11 >lic, officer. bill AN Inatruetlon course %  4 ont nundred Italian euateeaj officers training to catch cigarette r mugalers who .KISS the SWIM Alps into Italy included eUntblagj three Alninc p) \!"'i; IWN inen gnjti %  convention a %  i rbl .1 lour ti .! innlor bus. Thev left lh. bus Indignantly when thev %  0d of the vehicle was Oiled with a large adv. rtisement for a brand BERLIN A •enter with 2att0 characters and downwarda, from right t< left and from left to rigbt nan firm and will bo on show at the larlprig Pair. knxw VORV Five apes in a New York Clly pet store ran %  %  Thev fought ofT a squad %  en armed writ] Oung back dooed food thrown to Ihem. and rampaged rOI ton: houi an aahlpj My,-, god wio> SYDNEY Uranium finds have caused sueh a hoom in gelg< %  rountem that the pin • %  Svdnev next week from £r. I £41. KANACIII A locust swarm held 110 a cood-. train 70 lullC* frona Karachi la the o1 r>lnd The train halted half-mhOUT While an anti-locust squad cleared the railway track. Ni:w YORK To prevt UM awful clatter made h n IB roundsmen let\' the neighbour-1 I recordings of Ihe rim outalde bedroom wind %  ..I, the local BlU mlOonen 21 da .1 %  . .^MaJb-tav SCfNt Of DIATH ANO WRICKAGI M Kurnoorough. EngUud. followmg tbr wxplusloo ol a supersonic ;. 1 : |Mei plane as it was making 700 miles sn hour over a Orittsh air show in foreground are the twisted 1. mains of the engine while rescue crews work among ihe dead and Injured to background. At least 27 Ware killed when Naming sections uf the Dll-110 showered the crowd of 1-0.000 Sutty-flve were Injured. The victims included MM Darry, England's best known test pilot. fInteraeiional Radlop'iolo) Airfield To Be Buill In Grand Cayman A grant „f S 120.000 toward* the cost 01 bin. ; n Grand C'ayman in gmong i.\ new /Developmem anr l rant, t tailing $287,231' 'l 'inh w* < rraptroUai during AUKUH %  nt, ,ti the Cayma-i %  I %  M ttant subrrnm >n auntof island funds and from the proceeds of a loan, as well as from rrant. yVpir Centre British Hondura R n u SIL'8.208 for the provision of agrlwill ii iiu.il ii Orange Walk tw I 'i ii .,.1 .1 ..... A MEDICAL COUPLt FOR HIS HAREM I (UK AGO, Seat IS. The Kuu ef an unldrnll.ii .tn,l lahuioiif. ,\. HUt o^ked Uie t hi-aco I'enHiiuiel on lnd.i> fill A m American eoupl bath doctor* -in laaa >f hU run in Un aaenry aid. The husband must b.a grncf.il practitioner able lo priform some %  urirrv. He wife must he well traind in obsteUirs. I fie .i.im-lisginr.. ar cording, to the Woodward MeSleal l*ernnnel Bur.. Ileea uilh his four legal Wtr> %  and "olle r ladle" in > land of ultr> chmsb %  %  UM rslns fall M rare h.i even seawt bMtlag do not in \aler. They m*e ri<*niii perfumrs In .in ait. Tllst in nl |il.i. i .1 In M*ejSBl ini-dlral journalIhe agene% said that the aaaBBM will be .isk.il lo build a rtisn+nurv at the palaee The lady .! %  ., to, will Uke r*r< f the court waeafai while her lo,-l..ml '-rtds the e.wl men. Thw w— rr • "iiiniet earrl'a A aalari of -lull an,) .,n,l no MM ion • liv -IP B.G. To Urge Full Labour Congress i.Fo.UIKTOWN. Sept 11. Uuiana ia coruudevu matusra to idealt with ol li i lai reaching unportanca loi trie Council ol Caribbean Labour Pnnaresg 11000 t^ dojcMl iif Congi an early date to consider. 1 Whether any member-hod> affiliated to the World Fericiatii>i< Uniom should be asked i..ite or to remove ilaelt 1 Infatnoved from memliership 1 I u 2 A proposal t diswilve the l HI branch of llntish Clulana T.U.C. and IM'I' have been the only two of the • ix affiliates 111 thai -oiinti, t, nave officially reached ooneluBloni n ardlng an kavllatlon raealvw from Barbados a week ago pro1 in: 1 nievtiiii! of the Couiiel Jamaica U.N. Prepare For Another Soviet Veto UNITED NATIONS. Sept. 12 i i" v.. i In the Beeurltj Council got iet today fur „ new rush t.f Russian vetoes Thev Kpected the retli mc etuai Soviet delegate Jacob A Malik Emphesixlng that he spoke as a ..nd not as a spokesman for the Ira tack which leinfoiced lh< views here that Iran s Premier Moham%  mad tha i i totbi VeeUen oilers ree reasons whv (h be refused. 1. if wi Is SUgitC-' cement I nil. I "The Al ponv mi^: %  ea a manager." T •"!' %  %  I %  not such good %  | method of %  ettlement A an axamntC I wll %  N %  %  an aercer %  •'ended the %  Makki arrived here I mam whl I man'let' %  %  ii nr on Satur: Amst^T' :i Garner. v. aid he did Eatea but "I am prepared and willing to discuss the Irn %  A h. can EllllilllT IrVull'I'S IVolts! WASiin .' %  .•>-. %  A group ol Ui Ited States lun beard bj ua %  %  %  %  %  i % %  I Q %  i rtaa toned Stales dealers will argue t'i it me li i l..| onul %  I awv Is preparli g i %  urging n; to uphold M IS41 iccision in; which It adjuri" ib a ol Phllippii' M i r. West Completes Reply To Russia LONIM'N. Bepl II Dd rrench delegates completed ,. t ight the draft of a reply to Russia's recent proposals for a four power meeting on tiennany. IIei iblg sourcai nud V agrat to free all Qer T. ii elections %  • the Brat • %  •-H.i the n iiiuocaUon of Germao) The .trnft will %  .' barn governments lot BDBafore It cow, ii wilt be sul tailor Koi ,. w%  • %  %  %  %  of the Nortli At lent F.r Vrlirnon Tomlii's off \rv> Round UI Rt publican Allack.* %  rUrlOT IN Sept 12 .1 sab > ."i hi '" %  inning plunge into the r %  identl :usle on %  d oil 1 of Republican attacks dmunatraUon I %  %  on and the 1 'ii" in the in formupnltaiea abr.md afler UM la) a speech in Kan 1 • bargad that •(. %  Rapub. (01 i |".%  %  inie. and bold do I at mesh with the party's ( %  • llenged ih Repul llcana to a U I 11 without littering adjectives". —rjjp. Stgneil by Ihe lion. Grantlej Adams, the correapondeitce stated uf J„rmn lahvi. to. !" C-H>.IO.. t t,..t wnth the e-twuiishment of letiiam f.n membership in division of the in tor-America it.World OraaniejiUon. Uegu.nai OrganisaUoa r>t mterMalik adraltted >HI Wed,,,, ,I.I. national lonfederalion of Free I. would eatO lh appllceTrade Unions in the Canbleai ill th Western delegates ,e iiievdahilitv of a B Itaneoti T %  r HI wCom %  u Irolled I itea r.r. South Koreans Rescue Contraries BBOI %  ,. %  .. % %  %  %  %  In (be central enpturing four The S*mth Ka. %  unn T-. • n 1 Wi trud 1 • %  tier fotir-hoiii .oz which -II'. U.S. Pre/taring Arms Aid For In 1111 n %  %  % % %  ,<< 12 rulltarj plannara Ebuj "ii .,n arm aid p 1 Jap..11 In ltd) if -lapan wantH The Dd the State INOf the plans 1 In the police mat. 1 made no .iit'-mpt to dieRi ii ,i.ie -fun, eg Md thai th. %  ealU f"i giving Japan loLun % %  ortfa of war r that I derides %  I ad rearm Itaalf Thev II thai United Btatea rma aid f.,i Japau I by I %  if the building %  mad foro age in the C'anbl)ean aren between u 11 i o n a affllialed I tT.TII and IhiWorld Ke.fei 1 lion % %  Trade t'nions. lh .a, unauthorised i->d London Calling Itself (he London :n.a,.|i of t'l.t". and acting apparent Coauntuilil fiont organU lUon ..ii %  oenbined ho create %  ibiatloa of aaln me m nt gad b> 1 %  %  lg lo th .. .. It pointed out that accordingl raj directed thai -I the COum il ..1 C.L.1 In Jamaica at an eai U date aim that the forthcoming WI nferenea ot CaHbbean ComiBalOO w.e. due to take place 11 a> On Taae 1 aald %  . 1 1,,. 1 ... I %  4 '•ttnal re< r 1 natrui policy, ahould i^allowad ", bava ind, jierhaps, naval Bpabhl of defendtlcd V.i Youth Servi. %  irds th' with the Water Scheme Grenada is t u receive a furthe s24t24 tea ua Patll EtaiiK waiei •home, which dl •nnes .,,id BL David's A. IdlUonal $2,400 is allocated flnUsh llomliiras 'or broadcastI't.. tot.i! ol l>1 aid lo the llritMh West Indies 111 |SU 10 i'i 308.317 Tl %  itu g tile 1st April. 194" '2783.19fl. i, Pakistan Stricken liy Drought WASHING rtN. bepl vi Keporls (in. ITS ii| Pak stttll has been stricken by .liuughi ami tint there will be a aavi 1 .-hortnge In mid-October imloea foreign grain is imported bef.ir.then. Oinclali were silent on the object hut aubSetitel 11 %  aid that 11.. t;,.n ina Esporl Import Hunk wool,! make ., lo.m .1, )lM -lll f, I 1 ink ot tha rjnta inment The Export Isaport Bai times acts as an agent tot "e In novn rei andarsto,i tn.li Onbank ICting ai BSJOnt bn the T11 In...1! Bon Admit ... poini rbui v. 1. %  %  bind that nad< and Pali%  pei ted t I' • I —IP l PICTUKED IN TLIOHT 1* a D HavlUand 110. of the same type aa tbe new British rapersonlc jet fighter tkat blew apart dnrUig an air show at rsxaboroagh. England killing ST persons. Aawng tbe rictmis wag Jobn Derry (right), famed pilot who was the first mai D England to fly faster than sonnd. arloaelj Soviets RdnHM ' laritish SoldiiTS Thai -1, oldie PropOeUtlfl lo Iran mil Be MtHlifH-d LOICDON, Sept 12 Drill h % %  1 %  11 1 %  be modi' lli : ravoui A Port 1 m ^ spokesli.i, %  .:,..' %  %  1. n un length Uil>< -. ... lion remain* % %  %  • Ai %  %  ; "'I'o %  Britain und Ihe United SUte re ui %  %  %  il %  ., havt nslsied Ihal 'ill tledi'1 %  I part of M %  . ose tl t !'. I in) 11/1 t. UtPAWW um i\P PREMIERSHIP TOKYO Sept. 12 %  ; %  viima made hiHi; when he WBJ purged I MacArthur fot .1 writings. • Madem B t Bdles Hattovama was about to baaegne "' Prime Minister whet. s. irnrr I^dge still horn I P. \ Bl i-1 IN. sapt LI ieta rile 1 who disappeared on • ight on the Klghi %  %  • I I ) the i'.' %  lag to im raatrtelonj on '. patroU General Chulkoi %  niiii UM ban which 1 • • %  mil from I %  I 1 ; %  % %  %  1 aepita %  %  %  -r.r. B'DOS SCHOLARS 1952 c 1952 II The fo irded th I i m : (I ...les : • I. A Harrison cupwie/ce toi me \



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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER U. 1932 BARBADOS ADVOCATE p.-.r.r THREE Another Passenger Service To W.I. Ends 4 Liners Will Become Express Freighters NSW YORK. The United K.ti.t Co.. which (IT nearlv tifty years has operated its well-known "Great White Fleet" of cruise liners out of New York to the Caribbean, is to convert four of its car go-passenger liners into express freighters, with only a bare minimum of passenger accommodation. • ttavaniad %  fa UM W'"'• %  % %  the y* the "Ally** ami the T %  :. Ebch of these h:i* a passenger tain, but conversion: to be carried out lit the next -i\ mmilh* will leave V mi Wttll awonunortiuou for oeils twelve passencer* eoch, the • %  Bowed * %  car Kit vessels. CHILEANS CELEBRATE ELECTION OF NEW PRESIDENT Clerk Fined £4 For Biting THEIR HONOURS Mr. H. A. Vaujhait and Mr. A. J. H. Han^lu'll in the Aaslstaitl Court of Appeal yesterday fined InnJM Hall I clerk of West bury Road. Si. Michael, i'* lobe paid in 14 days in default one month': longer rig >ratti pattaajti i :* bbean profitable. Aim. .ill ihr %  .1 fnur-mntilh Ma*On .ind it is ;,.„.'. I'.".'. ..n "ly '" ••*• IMMh, thai th ir-capa wounding Berkelv I Bay. St James, bv biting him op his index tinner on August B. Their Hoooun n ed the k clsion of His Worship Mr. S H ,iuX "• • %  greater need tot Nurse Police Magistrate .f K. UM "V who imposed , flue of Use company, and ihe itaan will t2 10 111 14 davs or one month r*need for .'..rrymi. BSMM, on Hall for the offence. Sat. oUie, csu-goen. The vessels will Marshall who prosecuted In the hi able to operate etM. greater case for the Police gave notice of BaxiblUtj thai asai paaaU appeal. ihey were on fixed pi Fnce told the court y esterday Mm aria* that on August 5 the defendant came to his club at Paynes Bay The four 7,000-ton cargo-peaand called for drinks and porn senger liners were built in 193) chops. When the defendant had when there was a permanent deflnianed ratine he presented him mand for first-class travel in the with a bill and the defendant beCaribbean. In those days, a'rgan to argue about the bill line* were in their infancy, but Ha told the defendant noi to tod ^ uie >' navc "tended to the worry u. d p!i l & ,*oX*TC SL'tt! ,ht >; £a tar ES r e ; just leave ihe club. Win n the &"* **i>>"S Unea in supplying defendant had reached the door lne demand for travel iiccommoof the club, the defendant bit him Nation o the Caribbean. on his Index nn B er on the left The United mi* Co.. has been hand. losing money on its passenger Dr. Kuczynski told the court operations to the Caribbean for that Ihe injury to the top of the some time and has only retained finger would be a permanent one the service because) 01 ,. reluctance Before v.irvniR the decision ol to sever an important social link t h e Police Magistrate. Their between the American, Wiih an Honours told Hall thai the eviservices increasing, this neee*sity dene against him was vary clear no longer exists Machinery Home's On fiernadolle FOuowi NO THE IIICTION of Geit Csrloa Ibansc del Campo as President of Chile, a truckload of Jubi.ant supporters rid* through th streets of Santiago flourishing posters and banners. (InfernsnOnoii and ihe attack was deli bet a to unprovoked. Although the wound was not of a serious nature, thev still hail lo disapprove of hoi conduct. FALSK PRKTENCES A sentence of six months' imprisonment with hard labour was imposed on 24-vear-old labourer Frank Weithe of Reed Street, St. Michael, by His Worship Mr. E. —BIT Merchant's dark Gels Letters Of Administration In the Waterspout Off Speightatowit A waterspout was seen uiT SpelahUisown *or.ly after mid-day yeaterday. Durum eultry weather heavy Mark otouda reached dawn la the % % %  ill'"' of the iwa In ihe %  hape of a funnel. The surface of the water there was disturbed while a rack at* eeeada could be eleurl, %  %  i'ii drmwlnj water Into the clouds. After about live iiiimn the spout seemed to divide In half, the upper part a-ohtff tt p ajtg the lower perttMi I allies like rain Into the era. Shortly afterwards s etreak of lurhUauog aecoanpanled by a loud p*e.l of thunder ore ceded a Hhower of rain oTer the sea Residents of Spelars.ti.taw n watched It from Ihe coast. It Li the second watersaoat %  teen within a week .1..;, the west coast New Seismological Station In Bermuda "steamship •rolkellei .,.„.;, ..i i ,,ed in port am New Orleans at 6.43 psm %  iy morning. Among its cargo J. >5 bags of corn meal, 90 eases food y.asl. 2T containers n! %  ifecti. nery. 7 balsa „f cotton es gooda. Other cargo oooited of perfumery, auto e^uiplent, sheetinn, glass tumblers and t machlner) The 'VoUni '<•' ll under ihe command %  r Captain K Jot-Arntaen and agents here are Robert Thorn UK. IN. lll.s %  arty yaetcrday n crews had but WlUk ^iiii lurku %  .lie . itiung uum ran eta out sh*.. drtzzlea in the motiuns liuide '... Inwv. thrm. tad aftea the I %  i:ni, was tin job of hoisting UlCIII .Ifc.lill. Hi:. %  ci. Hi. roalideal I. G.. hed its sails hoisted throughout Ihe nuiiiiiiK. and uy ifMaoaasi ihey an re i aoipletely dry t'NDER Mr URN ilna. their sail* Ingenious iVIosquito Killer %  M I .... I I rule Centn i-li^d by n n % %  ''"at tho li-n*m.t the n< w wetting li:'0K which .iinunishe 'ice lenMc,, t .( wale prayed on stagnant pools %  >—An epidemic of I ess In Califoinla'n 1 V:.fTey i> being I vef inotboii of cominostiuttooH which' dre ad aosMgg A jetergent called the surbeing rici rshtand. As a reaull the young nuttKjuito larvae which developed ( % % %  m the etg- floating in the water, immediately sink through he surface and are destro>ed b'i ie ih* can *tart their gOSamQ Stork, The detergent . inevpiMuiivv end believed to be more effective than DDT against which mosiultCNks lave built up considerabl.immunity. On cuts or scratches that may tester apply DETTOL Enchantlna liUiiwnd Rbura Lout* L. BATi.rr r. oU>r •ll mdergoing repairs, They are Ihe M V Uaerwood, and the M V Rleardo Arlaa. The Ihwrwood hM on dry dock, while the Hirrdu Artw || ,ii .1 Fouiuli; NKW YORK, „„, prtoT A new seismo logical station is to be opera t ex I m Bermuda by lho Bormtula (Jovernment and Columbia University, of New York The station will rank tmong tha load^KSJS iti^! 15 seismoloniral stations in the world and will be first amone those located on islands^ A station has be tta chor just off rk where [ carried ia\ dry o] i rated St. George with lolumbu: modest scale Bi rmuda but afBUaUon University will considerably by adding eight DOW hlnhly-seiuiltlv.< additional skilled geologists. Already, data from the eight new and two older seismograph; in Bermuda have supplied scientists with a better knowledge f what goes on beneath the Atlantic Ocean. Ih has been found, for example, thai man) n qtiakli rock the ocean botton than ecienUsui were previously s 11 Observers nt the Bermuda station have recorded SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay .( % %  Tei ter 1 ; next port The Jfen'ermin.il: h nl Dtl'ARTt RKS Departures fion he 8Wtl leamet .Sundial discharged cargo. M call will beTrir dial is under Hi, Captain F. Smith, and lt.i agents %  l.... i'l.ul.lllol:.. Mil. Another departure was tho schooner Auuuafui B. Compton for St. Lucia Thin veeeel has lUSt undergone a pnint |oi^ which delayed departure (rum port earUtT, H is consigned to the Behoonet Owners' Association. i oaaoi i Seh I %  tst Bllvi •an Yugoslav Mission To Visit Greece ny.i.<:n\\>y Sept. n. i conslant danaer average of one earthem ina>.'MV originating on the ocean floor. Tho station i* considered to be |r m K N ., "' ideally situated. Its sensitive shock joawuntas* recorders will yield much infoi Ud mall on on the geological structure ol the Atlantic Ocean bottom. ^ ^g* This data will help scientists 10 ,.,„ rti lormulate a complete picture ol Ihe bod Of the Atlantic '>£'_ „, im BLLND BEGCJAHS n Court of Ordinary yesMcLeod who found him guiltv of terday. His Loruship the Chief obtaining I0'5 from Herbert Justice Sir Allan Collymore granlDlxon of Christ Church bv false "d the petition of John Torrance pretences. King of Ughtfoot's Lane. BridgeDixon said Waithe went to him town, a merchant's clerk, tor and told him he could get a 10b letters of administration lo the or the Aquatic Club for him if he estate of his mother Wllhelmina could give him 10/5. He handed G. King, late of Kin; Street. the money to Wsithe. but never Bridgetown, heard from him again until he reported the matter to the Police. Mr. W. W. Recce, Q.C., InstrucWailhe had 11 previous conted by Mr. I. E. R. GIU of Cottle victlons for receiving money by Catford fc Co appeared for the false pretences and on the last petitioner. conviction he was sentenced to Hw Lordship also granted the Vugoslavia is in constant danger M )1IW blind people who six months imprisonment with petition of Miriam Oliver oi Near of aggression from the Soviet otherwise able bodied are laugh hard labour. Well House. St Philip, a married Union and its satellites and ia u> plait hats, cane seats for chairs. Ana* !" woman, U> the estate of her son sending a mission on a courtesy mfl i, e ijasfcets and other things at 7' STONE THROWING Edwin E. Bralhwaite. late of St. v,8lt to Greece as a step toward a JJJ[ Ja ^ street School for the , In the Assistant Court of ApPhilip, an agricultural labourer, possible defence agreement. ni ltl( i goor 1U i n ,K,.r of blind pjfll yesterday. Their Honours Bralhwaite died in the United „.„__. Tlll( (1 ,, ll ^ (i Vuini who are sufllcieriily strong to A. A HanSlV'?ev^.d S %$" *"" !" A ^ 5t 5 *Z!?S*32? ^vfiTS Jj !" J O make gu£j^Ta*l dccUlon of His Worship Mr. A. W la ytar Norwegian Journalists on Septcm l Mm saoney. pi. Harper. Police Magistrate of DieMr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed ** r 8U T ^ tmrtof his interview f^.S^^L^. "** pCn y irict "C-. who lined ivy Pinkelt by C, L W Clarke of Cottle w l *' f d on Wednesday. rro '" th lascrsi> i.'sL's-zjrZi o~ j5i c -— •• %  t..^ r * w jffS^ffi^ davs' imprisonment with hard !" ,u ,,?r potential but not immediate. He Lower Broad SIreet hoping labour Tor being cruel to a sheep Hia i-ortl-'dilp admitted the wills "aid If It wore a oueatiofi of local eatetl the e;.r of i gtni I on April 29. "' lhe following to probate:— aggression only Yugoslavia could svr-by. gave her call of: "the %  ,.. I M V III .. tat> S.ISS I an cpi A fruit — Robert Tl Kiplnn d>r Si Seawell IS*, VI ll. I.I.I Mstoaaw V W.ll 11.1.1 1*1" BfOl %  I Wl.ll.A Wl>lt. AJoahMttan, i: fjiimiK, Taylor, -"•lens %  snlai Of Police Launch ICxphnleti ing pol where i f the following to probete:—aggressioii only Yugoslavia could ser-by, gave hei < ,li ..l ihe y v ilh Millicent Hawkins, Albert Nadefend herself alone. But. he said blind, th tf blind I" on hearing the i_ 1 ,^JK Their Honours dismissed the thaniel Russell Hunlc, Christ > r a| l satellites )oinl with their sh,--of Iganaone .ippioachiiii; case against Ilnkett without Church; Lilian Howard Cossou, Pfesasnt modern annamenla and, but this time il was not a normal prejudice and said thai there was j am es Cromwell Gilbeii McCarthy, *hey had tho aid of the Soviet passer-by, but a police On his ii certain amount of.doubt in the j osep h Nathaniel Turton, St. MiUr, in ttien "it would be difficult rounds chael; Ellen Sea*y, Christ Church; IO %  "*** <* a successful defence When the woman became aware "'•" ." ,. sheeo WUU m Edward JervU. St. Philip; ..„ Ihat she was accosting a police, she /,,,/.,, !" nep P MurAtilinn nn< .r n rt st Michael He cons dered thai r !" .iim ...... ._ ^_.. ...... —,Z7. — *._ P* 11 of this kind would character of developing toward: Id war." Tito said Yugo0 From Pate I f launch to Oread Ba) finally burnt out enlnetvide'nee. One wilness said thai she Pinkelt throw a stone and strike it on Ihe while it was grazing in Pinkelt denied throwing a stone earago the P-iln I the only means of comeaui %  .ition for months between Antigua, St. Kiitv |fl sei i it si i Saxbuda, i .iking Uwea trips we.kly. llecentl the lautic Japs Thankful For Recovery TOKYO Foreign Minister Kataiio Oktakl marked the lirsi anniversary %  f (he Japanese Peace Treaty with an empress ion of gratiu..le in the riiii.'i States and other nations for their assistance in Japan's recovery from defeat m World War II. But representatives of Japan's major political parties greeted ihe anniversary coming dining the mouth of naUonal elections with connu-iInp Mxitkmenti. Ok i/aki pointed oul that Japan ii tumed diplomatic relations wllh 40 nations and became a memrea of H latevnetknal ixniiea. lint he warned that many probi in-, still confront the ne moeratk nation Joji Hayashi srrretary geni il nf I "render Singer u Yoshida'i %  I Party attributed Japan' i apid economic recovery to thi liberal government's policies. Il.iyashi i.ioniise' Li pasture, CASE ADJOl'RNED The case in which Harold Lorde (24) of no fixed place of abode. Clifton Morris (251 of Passage Road. St. Michnel. and Rupert Sealy f24t of Henry's Lane. St s*dne>: Customs men mad) eight swoop on a dockside lorry iJi-sinugKling lust before a liner Sailed for Japar puv'i'ulul n tiiu .T (i seued BIX tons of flour. N* had to be about five minutes try. Mml ggl,ng raids. It is believed export permit had been Issued for -je ing to convince him that her call ihatTier instantaneous destrucit and Ihey nuspected it was of The blind, ihe blind!" was tion was caused by a gasolene rnded for the black market il*£lT!3te!58*!5!iST! ^n^i K ""runninjl into her by accident.. Poll, from inloimatton received, political and cultural ties Greece and Turkey. He a ,i.ii .. mi.! •. Yugoilav millUry deleaatiu Gladstone Clarke of Hastings. JT^V' 11 'or a courtesy vis Chrl I'hurch. reported to the Greece which constitutes the with 1 t u. 1)1.1 nil; ABSOLUTE M?c'nac'i nil faboureri'"reX'TOo KKf lne^tarceny "o"r his Rileuin

rj poibte UlW'on th. His Lordship the Chief Justice htit, • lice with the -..i.env bicycle valued i which he left qiMsdlonof defensive measures. S.r Allan Collvmore. ill the of a piece of cast iron valued In Coleridge Street sonvtimc beersstl.c-jl preparations against c.iurt for Dlvornand MatriEl 11/6 the property of the "ween 4.S0 and 4.50 p m. on poMlble dnger may be mademorual Causes yesterday proOovtrnor-'in-Esrrutlve Committee. ^ P mb, r '? , ,,. o. ,~2i!!' =,'irf'''.'i l ""' tS ""' "i*" """"' %  •"I " % %  %  absolute in the %  m artloumed until September 16 Arthur rilmtoot of the Steampressed satisfaction on arms dosuit of Mohammed Y. D..gia. bv Hi.Wor.hip Mr. £ A. MeLeod. ship SnodUl also, repot M that * WVM '"J"^. ,h HW kWII I, and Erith Degla. rePolice Magistrate of District "A" >" %  •'< '^Pbed of 10 while on his IU MI tUtm and said Yugoslavia soondent nHis Worship Mr. SVX. MeLeod. ship Snlldlal also repoilnl Mice Magistrale of District "A" he was robbedI of $10 while c w.iy to the ship about 3 to lUched to Central on September 10. stterday. Sgt. AUeyne that liverll n his United States and a.m. has received what was promised. — (V.r.) Reach your at the Decree njej antl pronounciti on J.inuary n this rear. SOLE AGENTS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LIMITED Telephone 5009 en* tt amfa ^ t 0 r>!'^?>; ^-"^u'-%W "" .1009 STOCKED BY J L. iJNTON. High Street E. C. Gll.I. Otvmpl.i Pharmacy %  mpiRE I'HAKMACY, Tudor Street. A F JONES. High Street. H. C. WALKES Tudor Street. H. L HUTSON. Tudor Street. BOCK'S DRUG STORE. Tudor Street HINDS 4 CO. Roebuck SIreet. BRUCE WEATHERHEAD. Head of Broad St. INTERCOLONIAL PHAHMAC1ES. Nu. 12 Swan 8t — BKWARE OF SUBSTITUTES — TIIIRK IS ONLY ONE AMPLEX I AMPLEX is the world's ONLY Gordon-Youti" U.V. Activated Chlorophyll Deodorant Tablet There is. therefore, NOTHING that can lake the place of this particular product. Ask for AMPLEX—and SEE THAT YOU GET-IT I P A. CLARKE, Cosmopolitan Pharmacy. K. V WORM. Roabuck Street. •ROUTE'S DRUG STORK. Roebuck Street C. C. BROWNE, Roebuck Street. A. A BROWNE, Eagle Hall. H. E PILGRIM. Progressive Pharmacy Nelwn Street. STANDARD PHARMACY. Tweedside Rd. F S OLTON. Swan Street KMGIIAT'S | in this car with world appeal THE MEW MILK DRINK Maralun HAS &/4bt/mfinf/ i pun coueir* Milk in %  a .BU*rrlul Ml *i\ •>, arvl K't dclKKMlU* CSH*t l.m.nhi iU.ul btf-.UM. NO NFED TO 00 MIU OR SUG4H 801 s-vdiftoi. TINS A BOVUIL Q1.A1IIY PHOOUCT ''', -,', ^^V///,%V^^eV/////.V///e^V///.V//ef,l n a 'jct-provins demoertiisiiot. dries. • cr .uu ^ lul nf m lunnd U^IMUOS toeceeaarioal aktearaif, end sate yeu money m opt mm* and rtMinieniiKe DON Ii i r0> sty, aHfe luspennon >>>lani lhai iu"' % %  .( ihe roughctl roads. Powere* icmtion. "Quality nrst" la every** tiltarcu peiaoeaslt) indiM .tyhngovc: ibe yeata. **"• i HI i'-..i tvueea. Uxfa %' FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phont 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 I F you're really out to conquer a couth—to get to the root of it end destroy the germ—then ask for Fame! Syrup Why } Because i-imel Syrup does so much more than ordinary cough mixture* It -.uiiisnu soluble lactocreoaote which is earned by the blooaatream te the throat sod lungs and breadline" passage*, where it destroys the germs which cause the trouble. Once the germs are destroyed then it's goodbye to the cougli or cold. Meanwhile, the sooihirut balsams 10 Fame! Syrup ere easing the irritate J mem or a OHM ud the tonic mineral. are keeping up your suength and potters of resistance. Fame! Syrup is a rexognited medical product used for coughs. colds, mtluciua sad bronchial troubles. It *s widely recommended by Doctors. Hospitals and Sanatoria. FAIYIEL SYRUP IMfaMMM PKM M il -A il aW f %  III l.^.. Tn4m (m|iM1 I* — Frank B. Armstrong Ltd. BRIDGETOWN.



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PALI I.K.IIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1952 Gill* cm-s Phe M OOM ir- A: ,1 Atkinson And Barker Head Averages r IVo Heading For /.. IC/I /. I KlChfl Local '"Double" ] KJNSON, Wanderers all-rounder i* only ten runs short of the five-hundred-run mark and hMd the hat fin:; KVCrMM With llo %  In live InnmRi; he hns scored 490 run.--. dropp:*ri to the eighth .ivcragu. n 27 wickets at a With P fO, he will uiu mark i • -vtll "Booglea* to ii triiro the fowling ani (8 runs and l|M high* f wirkcls >*> bowler. t'.irkcr of Empire %  .... %  i 1 fl ird >if iuurac>' lor a H %  Ad ''"" aolured 34 wicket* %  10 aptura 'if'\ detail arc as folTennis BOYS Go After £l 9 200 LEAGUE NOTES (lit S( KIBBLER) IN quite i few C.III.-. ofl Saturday, baiamen tiwk the Imnuur.s ami Mime creditable otcroa ware returned In the St. Aunustimvs. Danes match 1141 runs were scored by e batsmen, who occupied the wicket for almost play V'i n --tumps were drawn, Danes had 16 tvithou' Inss * 4 against Lanes' 77 and 5>3 for Si Victory for N.P. and II Brathvalte scored 47 oach. Northern Progressive scored .. it. 13, H Hojrtc 27 and victory against All Saint* NorthNeptune 25 For Dane. T. KellA rn Progressive betted rlrst to m,tn took 5 for 41. C. Small 2 §core 85 and dismissed All Saint* f r 1 ami 1: Bm for 37. for 12 Northern Progressive in Another tall-scoring team VH Ihcir second innings added anthcy Br, h, n wl'h 22s agalnat St. c*hci m to then tally and dimtributoi was J. r.d-scd the •Saint*" for 57. Of ited with this Skectc scored 35 while K. red 47 roi ooh 6 for 19 and T Vaughn took 3 for 61 A. Smith 2 for 31. and C. Parrls 2 for 56. At the Cyclone took (list innings lead drawing of 1.11110* St Luge's in the game against Belieplainc weic 71 roi (he loss of 1 wicket. ttellcjdaine batted first to score 21 not out and 120 and Cyclone replied with ISO. BARING Qualification' I lot HI M*. \TKI\SO\ Satan D. Atkinson <;. Provcrbi .... C 11 Williams 1 .. %  • J '.-d'liird Mat C Dapetu M, Lucas C HuBta I %  <-rniagc 1. F Hurri%  \ Atknn N. Grant .. ilcmiii (Pol, 1 U Worm* '. lUitchinaon r. King -%  1: Smith *S W Fan... • I la.kmon (II C) "o" N Harrison m* N F Harrii Oe "1 Field* M %  KM*1< 242 an 37H IM 299 I t 203 201 IS1 150 29H 182 181 107 244 tat) 158 211 135 100 lu2 128 II s 145 117 f)4 134 ', 37* 78 110 78' 70 147* 08* 35 105 BOWLING Bowler Barker Atkinson 1 Wilh.i-i King King I Atkinson Hi idlai Cdghill Hradhaw :. 1: II Mulllns !" ~ Junior l.a O. 144 55 1 134 3 76 5 84 93 4 K6 188 1 77 88 5 76 4 109 5 122 M. 3H 11 31 IM 80 10 .!.'. II R 33(1 : 12 41a 200 230 208 262 476 312 251 267 407 395 41 13 II 98 Of) .'.7 60 .1 00 N 30 43 33 42.71 42 51) 42 16 40 60 %  4" SO 38 20 37 SO 37 25 36 40 M 10 35 66 34 aa 32 71 -ii tin 30. 14 27 00 U M 25 20 Av M.TII 10. M 11 61 12.87 15.33 17.33 17.48 17.62 18 35 10.46 20 53 22 61 20 35 rKTCK WIIMIN 1 MI i),111 late* %  Ihvmi cuj'. •ad of a %  %  i.iduall^ recog%  %  %  1! lawn tenni;. • .ne difference bet theaa and niiteurs %  V aaaome tax on I.TA deciding II the proi I ... DM proa bi %  I %  portanl that they BBB get on %  ,• %  World Pn l. wn T< nnis (Tinmpionhips. I -'1 not out. thus obtaining a 40-iun lead. S. %  %  miter SS t<> 2% beBI aMd UW doubla fJHnM knocked up 87 while t'i g n the Singles cup will > < %  dona'"'"'V -"-nng temn> with 222 Spniiger took 3 for 18. Bellc1 Lawn Tennis As-'oelufor tgaJfUt Suex B" Best plainc's second inning* yielded 94 s ', Uon The dr.iw for the ChamoioIwitMnan WU D. Proverb, with 72 nnd at the drawing of slumps i it the L.T A. H. Marshall 40, C. Millar 31 and M Lvclone were 37 for 5 & lomorrow Weakea 31 not out were among Highland took full points in i .11 Inea Iha I"J* sxioptad tha ntril ntlnj to the game againsi Polic Boys' whereh> .1 ala 'I 1 m In reply Sussex scored Club. The scores in this game W130, L W -1 Mn.ekmg up 50 and were Boys' Club 120 and 85. • nd eveKnight U, St Mailu,', declared 'Highland' 67 and 141 fn r 6 E '' slnea Timk S.-..: MS for 3. Millar 45 not out Small contributing. 62 not out and 1 km winnir. was permitH nd at the close of p'.ay Sussex Tattt 51 not out -. 1 |a reeehra a tax-free wedding -b" weie 58 for 7. ,\ n th-r Win present of C5.437. ahe dlflanmca (i, v *;-„, rtnomer mn .. ,.— n ^ ..r_ h„. " % %  •" Greens scored another Six" In games in the City, Notre point victory when they defeated I Rangers are fighting Union Globe, Union Globe were ot a de, i-ivp l.ittle fir ehampiondismissed for score* of 102 and ship honours. At present the 81 while Greeny replied with 136 initiative is with Notre DamU tul 40 for 0. B Brerelon scored 5th Series In Firsl Division CriekH Opens Today % %  run Divfci as Cricket matchf* will open toda% while (ha Seventh Serifs the Intermediate and Second DtThe matches are— riai art I-IO\ p a %  ca Obd C between amateurs and pros has naked eye %  1 ; %  '.i"t Hull gad fooi dilcdon Ii still known laaa v Rmi>i| at Lnd|r Umuret; aM %  1 1 1 0 I'F ,1-1 Pi.lie v. CoU*t -< -. I*.1 I'mpim r T1M11.11 ana p lr %  ho. W4rrr r v. Sp*fUn %  thr Baf mam w B>ir> >rwi r L i(nt iNrrtMF.n: \ri trSfeM .. V MiPC 11 CurlKwi U 14 G HSIMHI iinl Ciilrff UrnI| J Urn and A ll.rr--.-l VUJ'C >• *W-i€l, in. r.t ll.ckkBil Ir.i. .aid K W nii't.." n Combrrtner* al Bidi'lon inplm: R Parrla and O. kfWTU 1 1 .'• S toUand H Mapp 1, \. Pickatick JII Fun4allon %  apiftS C Ar.hr. and D tU.kr l-..n n Kir pi f. .1 r*Ml*r* U/nam K Sraly .mil S GIINr AT THESE LINES AT THESE PRICES BUCKRAM .'•'. wide P fiSc. per yd. PRINTED LINGERIE 36" arklt .1 Me. |>r yd. Suilublr for iHKhl wear — ALSO — CANADIAN PERCALES 'n wide (o74Vc. & 77c. per yd. 4S Ci\VK SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD. 10, II. 12 fit HBtoadSl. The rhamplonships," but it 1* J 01 !" D "" '1 141 and al the 34 nor out XI agam-t Iha RaK, but owing, eertain that the !" ""* ' stump* Rangers weie Boya" Club took first innings to difficulty in obtaining suitable 1now the ?, A 1O £ J, 7 wlckcU For 'ad agaira.t Invincible In this grounds tomorrow, this has been rill plsyer in the Nu,r ^ name 1 Daniel (op scored game the scores wereInvincible 1 ostponed. Meanwhile it 1-. pos• Hh 51 and supporting innings of wo and 09 for 9. Boy*' Club 135 MDIC lhat a return game can be And there will be no clinchlnif Z8 y D Arf j"' r b >" J Gsan-ey 1. St. Hill 39. Austin 28. Selman arranged between the B.C!,. and| M of global supremao jind 2u by It b--rt^ were re2 for 49 and Ciichlow 7 fo 48. Kmplre Intemietliate: and the 1 era || an Open champion"dd. i-. Barke: took 4 for 34 Norwick defeated Starwiek Selectors have named the foll..wlongn 13 overs and C Hinds 3 for Scores were Norvick 87 and 49. log players to take partiBeet batsmen (or Hangers Starwiek 20 and 68. Spooner 5 K Goddard (Capt.l. T. Hinds, t U Agard (Bustai 22. W. for 10 performed the hat-trick It. Plndcr (Rangers). E. Ilreiet.m ite 18 and Pinder IS not'out. R a i n Slops Plav ((ireens). C. Rogers (Radeliffe). 1 At the end of the day', play Doyle p^m ttonpsd p£u In the B.C I. Norville (Police Boys" Club), U had taken l for 26 and Cox 2 r ., m i' jigaiii.t Empire Intermediate Jones (Sydnrvi J. Farrell Si '" p IB at Bank H..II On Sunday. Lakes). Hick, (Welches). Heid Belfleld ><.>,ed 98 against Tnc B CU first Innings wu taken (ColU). Green (Middlesex) and. Viu-kshire and at the ctON of play ,,„„, M fof 5 ,, 1^7 Hinds scored J Moore (Brighton). Yorkshire wer e 49 for the low of ,mother half century Date of this game will be nn•; vweke'For Voik^hire Ford „ WHS h,,^ to plfiy a BCU M)lll scored 58 while Clement took 8 hatRain Upsets Semi-Finals Kramer hag *.ii'l thai tin* Will 1 ranee in chamand Doubles is aboal 1:1.200 foi each event, with the Singles 1 winner taking £350 on this .-.., %  referee Oonaalaa will be seeded No 1 LONIHJN. Sept ii ; ivBanui wha said ''"' ,, I'ftrm wacfct out, he But for a shower Of rain "' | ,-. ,1 plav rieel Jack Kramer In KM final " Brtflah 1 ., „„,,„ look the elf P'nip wn tennis—he h;i been having %  t..t of trouble will, ad to I it ."*• |,|n,ba 8 0 w %  % %  : 1 no going to play Day a', his own %  I After i' iha ptetw on plot! iv. wu n alt With pallanc ... survived long runs <.f Hie d %  ailing Junior Lawn Tenms Champion ilime to save the. mp skin .( iv year old WU "ii favourite .>u along to 1 hu.npioii'-hip was sur|.riingl> down B—3. 3—1 to 15 vein old Christopher Day of Sldcup In a baseline duel that seemed ol l>allall WUaan though probably ihe best stroke playn in the ment %  IL %  ..the best Junior Champlin for y< ; ad i"' answer 10 voting "f I balling methods from pri'tige the ilininpion 3—1 | the first set Wllaoa mad* n plai •> eonaMarably battai Kc.th Walters (87 a > beat vici.; arror aft' tads Saturday Perlman (001b>;S.Straker (lOflfti (oneentJation of bil palmUklnj Oil the ihallin.e Of ti ' %  •' %  "iiiwn i IfWtb ). J CUtopponaat and lost nine gam. |n Bil tuu (1181b) beat R. Prescod Knigiit baa) Da> clearly at (illb);H t 1301b) t.k<> Then canta %  > thowei and udI Davta (I2flrb>. M. Union Balp 1 suggest that this an) is now more Uiaa <• poaribllltT. Referee Highly plaeert I.TA. official* an '-ii Iha committee for the Wembley tournament. nnd th Association has provide-! F. Giirtiehl Hughes a* raft Four past Wimbledon ch ptons, Fred Perry (Great lUitaiu) 1034—4; and the A Donald Budge. 1037—8; Bobb> ad Jack Kramer, of Belileld performed 1041 all eonipeting. but tho trick and hi* analyst at present favourite is Pamho Goniales. is 4 for 4 who won the last Wembley Paul o> eorad 186 against Belh>urnamaiM %  •W %  it • BaUtold 'B*' Ust the When Oonaalaa won at Werngame with 85 and 58 bwy In 1051. he had to play 02 Hudihll.dismlased Advocate \ games, and. as the Bnt prbM was fo, 70 and replied with 106. * loan £300. it worked out at Faced with a deficit of 36 Advocate \ littliovei £1 a game. • 60 and RadclinV hit off the , An iiiU*re*tlng cwnparlson is 25 runs lu r victory without loss. X lhat It look Frank Sedgman 161 Ii Scaly in the game took r, for N came-, to win this yenr's Wimble-jo a nd 8 for 21. dBfk "i OOUiaa. >i VOW divide.) Rangers "B" lost to Teleph Ml i %  '.' 4.'t7 l,v 161 he got more with scores' of 71 aud MH against 13 pai fame] Telaphoaa's i7i> for . Denny it will coal warabley BOJWO I i Morad ;t3 la Rangen' second inehampi.mships „i„ E c Alleyne 711 not out for .i tht prfae money to' Sunjie TVlepnona and K. Waicott 32. Ken i ath I I took I for 29 and 4 for Southern C.anirs In the Kame.; | n the South, Inch Mired an outilght victory again,--! Maple. Inch Mart lost the iir.-t Innlnpa lead with ,i aeora of 42 against I Inning! to declare at 108 and %  ...," then dismissed Maple tor 83. In from time to URH —but if tn *f B*mo C. Best took 8 for 10 he can recapture anything like ftnd 'or 15. hit. fono of live \cars ago a clash Bpongar nwar* 48 and between bun andOonaaJsa should w against Cambridge who re. aneountar. pUad artth oa and so for 4. For i imbrtdge, K Lawli acored 29 ... ., ,. nil (V Taylor 27 Hampdeo fa* noxiitg Acs////> CALLING! HOUSEWIVES AND MOTHERS TOO This should be of interest to you. For rich and nourishing food you'll find with vitamins of every kind. Fnr body-building and lots uf go. For Good Shooting .... There It no btttai genera! purpote csrtidgc than Eley'Grand Prix". I: is waterreiitting, bird-hitting. and unfii.ingly dip idable. Supplied in I? gauge 21' length w..h II 16 oi or I'. oz. loads and m oth?r ELEY-KYNOCH WATER-RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES 'GftANOPRIX" • "CASTICMT" • "MAXIMUM" • "ALPHAMAX' foctor. RrpresentativM T. GEODES GRANT LTD. dad. iamnci, Orit.ih Cutinj. BirtMdoi INDUSTRIES LTD. LONDON Jnuraata |1( of hatb-.U thai followad, Ile gnalb won 3—0. 0—3. 0—2 Altai thl Wlh >n* 11 lilt! of the elm ,i badon Amateur Iloxini:! Modem High Si-iiooi last i.ikhi ware H folbeat hh old rival l 'inpire Mr. A. F d Rat of Blaekburna indued that pick tre drinks was sufficient to desai rhi Knlghl P-ckai I UUd ironic comment fr.nr. aj\\ pectttors because all otbe Day all wont on—player* and tir nnViau left the I suhli h tha All The Difference Iha This curious Interval lasted liti He more than five minutes. The > %  i .. i %  ; cai •cood Net did n tahfla to u>th boys but possiiii tttaeklng pli I iiBlh) i.k.o. M. Roach (1201b); %  i (1331b) k.o. N Holdei I v arwood I 13 I %  n i opuli rd R. Olttt m %  -. K. !..... %  %  joiaj • il (126tbl versus Oiil^rt Coodman (i25lb) and Sam KIIIK (I35tt. K B ,r i I48fhl. I i were Ma)< %  hove made all tv difference .1 Wkiitom (Judgea), P (' i' 10 tha Knighi and Da) final 1'iit fiitain AMCb P rej Chung, (B.C.). already being vlaualtaad tNortiiFlnaJ b beating Pat 11 d inid altet %  kaiohaal i mptim' Billy Knight hurt Just today she fanumekeepw ind ttilli Oud•ml anal) Had Da of al i>e* berk. Master of Cerrnaonles, .ndieited that he wished to plav her In their onl d will be fought next mplre would have had to irg. i \ rVidaj night. 1 hevll Do h Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo A 9UWP 1*4 T 1 feSSEi£^ i



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SATURDAY, -i ill Mill i; 13. 152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Lodge School Gains 33 Certificates At Advanced Level One Eligible For Tdad CANEFIELDS Forestry ScholarsJiip THE Advocate learnt yesterday that the Lodge School candidates in the July 190 Cseiwra. Certifies!* of Education uf the Oxford and Cambridge School Kxainnuilion Board, gained 33 certificate* at Advanced Level. This result was obtained in Group I (Classical Studies). Group 2 LOOK scoKcm:o A i\EW COUNCILLOR The long drought h.u left its ark on tlij sugar cane crop and (Modern Studies) and Cr.mp 4 (Science and Mathematics)" ,'^lM"?.l^'' l whl* r "' "' 0| the year ; THE apiHHiumeiu ..I Mr K. S. Robinson as a Member uf the I.\;isi.it i\ ,-i'ouncii will be rtgwdctd M •> recognition id public service MndtK I ID tinbes! interests of tb %  of this Island, it iApplicutioiis For Qoronation Scuts 'Received Localh B.G. To Urge Full Labour Congress Of the candidates who took the examination. seven gamed AHvanced Live! In three subjects. These in Jordan, It OKK A. \ M Checseman. F W Goddard, P R and Kelly. P U Kelly sained Advanced Level in three .sub)eI only one year in the Sixth Form. On the strcneth o, in the •a wml MUo n J M. Bl at From ] %  %  . l lAdv-nc-,i Level in chemirtry Jamaica m November of this year. and pMOfir] has .ble This would be a convenient op'"' ""' I: % %  '! % %  i r rtunily for the Council to meet arship which is av-., „,,!,. prrv Trinul.-id GUV.T -icn was possible that delegates to the a suitable enna;': .;>]<>. ronference might be available to *"• "' thr stu.itlcnd a meeting of the Council dent three years a! a University at the same time, Merlins %  %  '.Overdue at thi* time ? iiormally of a appear scorched luscious green and stunted. The son of Stanlev R,.bii; The break in the weather has OV/nat of Constant Plantation ... been very welcome by planters. Represent.rive "f UM parish of but the effects of the drought will St. George in the HOUM f still be reflected in the 1953 crop Assembly, hi VM fdl Some of the fields have kept up Warwick School and St. John* better than others and this is College. Canbrtdsjs: mainly o in the case of thorn n nW he had flelds to which there was no iBlxad wttl .rut mlno application of artificial manure. Bnd bro "*l outlook. In his en*e The harvesting of ground oroS **• n "" '•''> ln ld Schi APPLICATIONS are ceived at the Colonial Secretary 'i cits along the Corona-i As a member ot the planter classj Mr. Robinson has uon routs In %  CDsJan shown an unusual lib. i.ilitv of view and a IhoroU] %  • %  nUnaai Iha Oorann U oaj which made him rsagpacted in the legislature and on all pageantry next year, the public boards on which he served visions has begun, but according •-turn clai entitled 1v once d '" ""P 0 1 rm:n ^•P'"' 'ho buy U i belong. i ? V fro! "•• ncW. the yield is far "' ''' mtmm ... ih MQW expecta i iof| ^ yma u rtr associations brought bin In the caee of B *rei DUUM Iook as I,brral aml "''^ , h „, "" ..,...„ • %  nnusua in •nlT rrt large patehes of have •art with siipa is welcome been born bi the ton brachoi "f ih' to Uie hiuT llr. ajid this that class and in it the name of %  evident bv the way Ihey Robinson bad been rut. %  al rather around to obtain -mall lish.-u Tim. wag also a lUiUli purehaaes of poUlo's whlcl. holding pr-pi I.I.,I % sn'i In many Instance* thry cannot at Wot.Klford ldgc V obUIn unlew thry buy slips. dad. There was also a RobaMssn Corn Withered at Constant. BarbadoCom has ub- suffered a !" >t daughter of the far tfval G Thr,V.V'i" > f h D*wifi5 Uuo correspondence The detaih of m, examination a |ong with other information rearc as f..l! ccived from Rlchard Hmrl Sfc Advanced Level Results 1952 rctarv of CLC, the British GuiCSRIH-P L—CLASUCf wa Trade Union Council by a Kirtun. C. F. Latin. Creek, majority accepted the view that Ancient 11 a meeting of a full Congress of Deane. C. C—Latin. Greek. C.L.C. was long overdue since the last Congress was held In Jordan, H O. W. — Latin, Greek. Jamaica in 1947, and despite — — ~ ....... „ ,„. Ancient H many changes in personnel and deal from the drought, and many Wl ''„" f th nmst pop UROIT II—MOI1IRN STID1ES policy the executive offlecrs and of the fields which were planted ; b*dos and another of ..r. Walcott. A. K. English and council elected t n 1947 still hold towards the end of the last rainy p"ndmg headmaster .t Modern I office to-day. T.UC. decided: reason have withered up before *' %  £> Co "* T day ^' 1 ?" W, ; W.Ik.. m Ih-tory. I. There is an evident spin ,n -shootingears. E^2?£2L' JnfflSlS J English (Ordinary I.. the ranks of executive officers of Because of the long drought this %  "*"" "-IL"^ •* ^ ',.' Godda. ( i: £ Modem Hisr.L.C. and this can only be reyear. Barbsdo, can look forward ?>"£• almosl "> r < 1 >''n ( " *'• %  Zt—1. .. n< ' %  > or olher by a full to a 20 per cent drop In the yield u ** r <,Ri,tl \\ ~ \* "-^'5'* %  AND t-oniress. J "f canes this year as against last But from that place in MtllMMllKs 2 Issues listed for a meeting year, planters who made their Ernest Stanley Robinson fjoddard. ft. ( BMJ <>r the Council ore a matter of farusual Fnday rounds in t-wn that the privilege carried a rA M. Mathematics, reaching policy which only a full yesterday told the AdvaraK n-sponding reapunsihilllv. The l and Chemistry. Congress has authority to deter'The drought was loo < v.->. %  period had nol yet passed when it lies, mine. one said, "ami no matter how much WHS the popular belief that those 1 (Ordinary 3. Barbados should be the rain the island gets now. there H who served In the 1X '' i .. venue because, recently the epllittle likelihood of our doing IH-1should conn 1 from Ub Buvne. J. M.—Chemistry, Bioldemjc of banmngs of outstand. |er than 20 per cent below last cloisters to do honour to I Ing political figures In the Onbyear's crop. Ihey iM-rupied and the MMS P. L> E -Chemistry, bean has affected every colony -if Wr should get fair rainfall whom they represented i Physics except Barbados and if uny other during the next two month., and BhlbconKh was long In passing Ch sissiP I H Math matlcs vtnui sntra selected it might not then again in January, we may but he assisted. be possible for members of some HQ no worse but if ram' does twtt -. Goddard, P. R. — Physics, of the delegations to attend the ennSuaTo laJL the island niv T "' ^-^ ^bout to be a Chemistry^ Btolof tncs and Barbados H more canSTiwJV^^tb-t^^ ',',.,' iUmfukmt LG. I fas Successful Maitlvn Voyage closed yesterday that inqu were being made in with the matter, but no figures .vailable as to the number of applicants. It sf many seats will be allocated to Barbados. A limited number of seats along the route will t. to persons living here. The cost will be £5 10. 0 for a covered seat and £3 10. 0 for an O&COVered seat. No more than • will be allocated to an applicant, i or will tickets i>e transfi Meanwhile a Mam Coronation Committee is being *et up under iii chairmanship ol itia Excel... %. i aor, and this will %  i %  U Let dva Council Chamber on Wednesday. I7tfa mThis Main Committee will be divided into wb-eommittaai which will deal wnh vsrioui alpects of the local celebration* Parochial Coronation Committees are also being set up under the activities of which will be co-ordinated bj another small ^>mmlttee under iha Lord Btahoi What fm&T value could there be? . wonderful ny6m* by Aristoc City Gutter Kept Ditty Tally ..Me nopo The maiden voyage of u Schooner t'wnlidcni |. Ci. whi, was built .i! Il!.'.n, H.a.1 Hay sue. t. M aft, rron tinvovafe howevai \: '','.\: Ernest Lorde, bei owner, has disbjaoeal •-%  :' %  ;TJ;:,,T::A ^Z:\,,: had decidi-d retii. Kelly P M Physics, Mathccentrally located and from the cCn \* below" last year's croo" matlcs. Client point of view both of cost r-— 17U„AA~L Outram. J. G Mathematics, and transport facilities was most Canw or "• %  'n an outmoded and fnllacb... Chemistry (Ordinarj Level i. convenient to all affiliates. H -aid that at present, the custom, presented the late Ml T.U.C. General Secretary Brent< i; ""' s ••"' develnped but little l '' der. then about to retn. HARRISON COLLIXiE '<" Hlackman was Instructed to ">""• than what could normally f '* ,n > UW !'" "' Adnnced Level Results 1952 write Hart to the torcgoing effect be cut as fodder. GROtl' I —CLAHSitH i,,ld '"'W'"' 1 a C P>' ot the letter As planters met yesterday. Blackmail C N Mel -Latin '" ''"' l"'' M| l pn 'or bis informsthey greeted each other with Greek. Ancient H '"' n ; „ ^_ ,hi "> '• %  > have been How I H I Latin Greek. ^ T,w l*eop'es Progressive Party showing during the pa-t weeks. Aiieient i General Secretary, Mrs. Janet The smiles wore induced by Iha ford G MCD — Latin Jj atl """d the party's stand rain which fell island wide on Greek. AnVioiu i could be deall with democratlcalThursday and to a lesser extent. Sobers. P. A.—Latin, Greek. Ancient History. vnumms. C. A—Lat Ancient Hiaio 1 ovared thai with more and jib h 'i.-XI ti J i 1 am going to aquip Confident I.t,. I and jib,' Mr LordO told the Advocate yes)., %  -d beautifully. Conlldrnt I. (i. l.-ft Barhad.-. on August R for l>iniiuii a Shi leached I huiuilKa the follOWl clerks and labotneis Srho %  inini; sJoni iha i %  % %  • Messrs Manning U Co's h btSsVUnj t Iha Plorhaad day c.Mnplained of the insuiUtary condition of the area tally dork told an i Just look hole eck it hi practical!) impossible for paopis to tots dMons On Hie K.ad I ..( Si George followMonday at 6.00 p.m.. and unloaded her cargo. Al Dominica she took 277 bags of copra and lafl for %  Lui H Bofora leavini st Lu 11 i loadad charcoal. ft' Bh fruit and (ilantalns. Mi l*irde said that the wibit of sailing was e\jwnilne<1 in the channel botwaan Mai (1111.(11! snd st Lu 1The wind wai .ei v usjhl ami Ihs ttda aaav) Whatever cargo there was id lte in Boards. And It wa in tlun to the bout* ihey favoured. Union, Cosmopolitan Workers' such quantity Ihat housewives capacity that the people OS the Mr. Lorde is however looking Union, Manpower Citizens' A wowill be able to decide not to buy parish came to measure his true forward to the J 11. I IM II A. | datum, and Guiana Industrial from "A" but from "B". Workers' Union Executives have about three weeks, too. not yet met to consider the invibers will be in good supplv. •ntion.— k The Art Of Writing I k The Extra-Mural Department of the University College of the West Indies is proposing to hold a Course on "The Art of Wntux It is hoped that this Course will btart in the near future. Gold Watsh Stolen A gold wrist watch, valued $35, was stolen from car M 2364 which v aparked In the yard of Mohamcd Palel at lv> St Mlchaal. Iietween 7.45 p.m. and 8.3r it Is almost certain that even in the face of the vast political changes which have taken plan ha would still have bast 1 presenting St George in the House Now that he has been honoured by membership In the Count ll ha I working UM interest of lb. %  ,1 nraa rrorn the iranuneii of party U> MO!ODU(I19S.OOO).' Constair. reModerations. Even peaceful place an., its dlfferenl political shade wil agree | worken s Saa '" '" '" n "" Mr^Robinson suflto his prune, aired InJhoaa who oceup) might be interested in the course, a goat, valued (23 was stolen from] Hopkinson, C A S.—Latin, The course will include talks her o|>eti cellar between 6.00 p.m I English It lor) on Btyle and composition, puncon Wednesday and 6.00 a.m on ,H. W. K— Latin, Engtuation and common grammatlC'jl Thursday^ It Is the property of the hurly burly -t p-> J. I 11 h. History. William*. D.—English, mistakes, the writing of letters of Charles Atherlv History, various types, the presentation of Christ Church, reports, the keeping of Commit— minutes, etc., together with of Silv Hill, "INTERCOM" IN HOSPITAX A HOSPITAL in Bi ngham, iiUrsesyst. OROl'P HI.—MATHEMATICS tee minutes, etc., togctb Agard, E. T—Higher Mathcsome attention to literary writing, mattes. Mr. Ian Gale, Assistant Edlto~ Cadogan, E. A.—Higher Matheof the Barbados Advocate, ha. malics kindly promised to contribute a Fcrriera O. F.—Latin. Higher lew talks on Journalism. Mathematics. Students will Jones. H K. de Q—Latin, to do written practice, which Mathematics for Science. Wl '•<' corrected. The Course will KuiK K, D,—Latin, Higher be held either MMhematlcs. Omneil, Wake.leld or at the Bp> 1 I ^Higher Mathe&*•"* Headquarters, Mja M Road. nek, F si. o.-Hihor *• **"g* !" Pilg.im. K. O.-Lalin (OtdinUjUrlfJ _in jolllini could tele„„„., h h „ h a,. Cmll HlRhcr Malh.,na1,.>. !'" 53 be W " ";% !" 'ot each bc.l „, The ward. A, II. A -H.aher MatheJ P "> %  on eck-d.y, or between a.m. and 1 p.m. o n Saturday, ,„ „ convert with the patient communication •imilar to that uaed la aircraft f^. the Briuih ," n J".r., iC "''" n """"' "" "PBd 'l'tain and Each bed has a microphoneBpeakcr unit small enough to go informed )"*" thc P ]llow "? presiing a button the patient can light up a lamp on an Indicator panel In the The New GERMICWAL Soup •• 99 Newton. M E. P.— in English, History and General Paper. Yard. G. M. E —in English. toT History and General Paper. M Yarde. S. E.—in History and *•,,„„ u W.—Mathematics General Paper ro.i ., Passes at Ordinary Level: — Jones, L. L—in Geography. issUW Yarde, S. E.—in English. %  so p m Trotman, G. A.—High matics. LOWCR MATHIMATIf'AL >l\lll Best. D. F.—Mathcmatic Emtage. G. for Sen %  iley. V. II. — Mathematics ior Science. McConnay, f. O.—Mathematics for Science. Reid. N. E.—Mathematics for Science. GROI r IV—SCIENCE I ... (Ordinary Laval), Chemistry. Biology. | "Gooding. G. T.—Ph>-. B ilogy. Hinds. L. K de C—Maths for! Science. Ph Iry. Quint vnc. L. G.—Physics (Ordinary I*vel) Chemistry. Biology. Reid, E. V—Maths for Science. i I %  Rudder. G M. D— M-ths f^r Science. Physics. Tudor. J. L—Maths for Science. PI i mistry. Ward. E. E.—Maths for Science, Physics. Chermstrv. College before JuK' 19M. Thompson. 1. A.— L itin, Grck. Ancient Hist Chaderton, A. F. — General MathematicManning. W. P. — Physics, Chemistry. Williams. B. E.—Maths for Silence i|Hl\s COLLEGE Passes at Advan* ad Laval — Alleyne. G. H—in History and .1 P.—in Latin. English. History and General Paper. E.—in English, -.eral Paper. Jone : '.ory. jish and Kmg. S D.— patientMAIL NOTICE Unite* KlnRdom II v i>Orasss -HI I r," %  .. I' -: '" r i Ih* IMh Srplrnibrr. 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PACE FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATE BARBADCSaA ADVOCATE r...V._i ii r 1SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952 >JKtivc drew Dalton, son at Prebendary Hamaon t ..llene had made great B. Dalton anil grandion 01 C '" "\ '"V. *7S Blomlteld. the l.-'mcd lliahop ol <~emhl..n Tb. utter had .. tnnilri \' nrti> nf IKn Ii>nilltiif aVhtnll IMIItllll.M >1 nnd irv VERY shortly His Excellency the GovjCoUe* %  cnor •( Barbados will be reluming lo the tfoftod Ki n gdom on long ksaw •xtondliig ptrlod of iix months. During that long period an nor will admin:he gOVuilAant "I Barbados. The fuccawlon to lha u>\ernment of Barbados is laid down in paragraph XXI of the Letters Patent constituting the office of the Governor and Commander-inchief of the island of Barbados and its Dependencies. This article makes it clear that the successor lo the Governor may be |they discovered appointed under .he Royal Si K n Manual ISS~ w ff^X*""!.. "SZ and Signet. Should no such appointment Ito Barbados boeauso he%  be made the substantive Colonial Secretary, |S*ST*IB*1 I i i.-ivi> ia organlssd persons on whom the responsibility of ,„ igfi and, whon D carrying odt the duties of two poits should headmaster in 1890. was already he placed The third who was Ubi.. Ian • '.|ff "SSSg tSK^Sul until recently cannot bo expected to have a t wu „ a public school <>r UM <-II complete urasp of administrative affairs in | model, awiim mile attention i .-li.-riM-M and his masters. Tljey recogi i. prgrnoto tha stud) of science his considerable talent a* an or-; Deign;on'* kxifwoa equalled by his deterganUer nnd w* administrator. Thi.. id me at Harrison s*tlH"*Tt '" maintain the freedom M w m him a" erudite scholar wiUi to an end 1M IBOfl, ,.f thai MlbfSCl (TOW the .-ontrol of a remaik-ul* Ift (Of imparting h'.' odu lUon authontie* in. Barthe headmaster f Harrison knowledge — a leather who Brai ere deeply etwaarcwd <" Collet* Dal tot. had shown in happiest with advanced student*, right man to Mic.-eed the his pravfc „..,| w h 0 mlgh. have been even To .-ii.. -prepared to give science its more dtttlnaulghed as a university kc .i wl*w decision t %  run-lcu_ of Abel lun ol Lbi I ' r f, r '' "* I'M n** dedicated Creeriidge. who was still .|K iim-rt that It should nirnseU to, schoolmastertng. H.s %  ,(.. %  indomitable spliit had won In the who was then Btastar of PVmbrofe *' ctasSSCS '*'"' *hd when he retired in 19'JJ College In the same university, t" what he considered to .u the verses written by a colleague Greenidfc welc med the pporlUsMul plats And bs fought expressed the community's apprctunlty to give Sfhal was !.. i^ Ml •dttl all tfas i-rtinacity of his elation of the monumental work last service to his native lu succesa. he had done for Harrison College Collaborating with MitchLnson. •' lir n -< "'* teaching of science and for Barbados :— examined u wide ' 3"H !" c iic f e under ,he field of candidates jnd .-.. "' f ,hp headmaster, man of out. — His (.real Aim NOBODY'S DIARY bfln| IhS) Putt !•• U*M %  dim thr < %  • ,1 rll or pnrunim.nl ol look' what irr Tintla ol youth. iur Mnnn, Id the short period during which he hr held OttfM Under these circumstances il may be asked whether it is wise for the Colonial Secretary of Barbados to be weighted down with the cares and responsibilities of a governor at a time when he has not been Jonji enough in Barbados to acquire more than essential understanding of some of the major problems and preoccupations of his own responsible office. The oAot ti a governor cannot be stored in a vacuum and kept as it were unused until its normal occupier returns. During a long absence of six months the person administering the government of Barbados la accordini 1 to the letters Patent "the Oovernor". No one with the slightest knowledge ol the duties of a Governor of Barbados coultl envy Ihe holder of such an office. It is .in office calling for qualities which are not normally required of the average Colonial Civil Servant. And UM it'.->[xinsibilily remains even when the normal occupant of the high office is absent. C mpaiisons with the past have no appli cation in an island where a complete political revolution lias takest place sinflc December 1951 Tnore is therefore nothing to be gained from comparison of individuals office today with individuals holding them in previous years. The essential fact to be understood is that conditions have changed and that the qualities required today of a Governor of Barbados are exceptional qualities which it would be unreasonable to look for in Civil servants in the early stages of their careers. The Letters Patent dated 4th June 1914 could not have envisaged the situation which exists today, although they do allow for the appointment under the Sign Manual and Signet of a person other than the Colonial Slecretary, the Chief Justice or the President of the Legislative Council. The "increasing volume and complexity of public business" continues without abate during the absence of a governor from Barbados and must be dealt with. If the Colonial Secretary is fully occupied with the work of the Governor and has to entrust his own important department to three units two of whom have physical handicaps and one of -wham is still in the novitiate stage, how can efficiency be expected during the interregnum? There seems a clear case for the appointment during Sir Alfred's absence of some itOf Civil Servant from the Colonial Office or perhaps the presence here of Sir Qfjorgt Bed oflen %  more easy solution. It would not be the first time that the Head of the Development and Welfare Organisation substituted for a West ftidian Governor, when he was absent from his colony. the teaching of jcicncv and modern language*. This defect Dalton jt once set him.-iif t<> rsmsdy, nnd his aucce-m in modernising the school iall the more rcmaikablu when n i. rssnsvnbered that he was a classical scholar who be• nothing filtered better %  els i %  !' %  i sducatton, Up to that time It seemed to he Dalton'.'; lot to SfMOUntSI dJffl" mlties wherever he went. At St Edward's he bad to WOrk under B system >>t dual control which did %  .. . %  he persevered until he haft brought the school to B satlsfaeudard. Al Ktl-ted he met ',e obstacle* that UMI.IIK (Maths clsn ii, one important BSD) pioneer who seeks t<. remove UM <" %  ;i iplooidW inaehina for obdefects In an old tradition, yet taming result*, but it lacked the he worked with unswerving purMtSJOtSW lire and spirit of a poae until he had affected %  ""J" !" l'"'' 1 "" %  obooL J 1 trOtlng t.an*f"rmeUon In the • v -' n "IIOUI delect that icboot. fortering games, eiHoura ""t to remove. Hlf log a lence and modern languages Mrs "•'""" as the introducUon ., ivtng thS school's „,e?' "" "' I '••"" '" %  * 'very fianical equipment ABLET IS EfcEC IN MEMORY O. CANON -L HERBERT ANDREW DALTON; -M.A.DDioxoN) • HEADMASTER OF THIS COLLEGE k 1905-1922.' KYTWO or HliFORMcR WJPILS \ AS A MARK OF THEIR I • ESTEEM AND'RISPLMT l 0 'MENS, CONSCIA RECTI." HERBERT DALTON. MA. DO. ffyon a tabl.i in ihc Assembly Hall ui Harri" u> forget A Difliruit Shiiiitioii It was Dslten's singul.nl> I sbhi iliar.ictsr that won him the re'pevt and Blt<*tlon of those who id sr.d disliked him Bt apportunit? to direct his ,lt! ^f r 5 J l 11 Kti SS r w '!' energies: -. pu.pose -na> -I "''"•*J^vc played on h, a I lit ... th,. new scheme T*? 1 ^" g B,vp n,m **„ il.kly ssen m tha kssw sod f ,l,e ,. d V. ub1, El '" r ** U "' *S ,. .. -, he.lthv nirll of nvi'iv n.rh "" %  '* l>altl a metl at was to put U fned to TtS-t ami^. V" 8F*?S* <'<^V'„? a3S 2 *? h Jf ^"^ n d T nea to meet and solve chamuion set In the •*' hls **>!* unhsstttanthjgbr. oroblems In his earlier career. Fur ,!,',,, %  ,. ',, in. S |OCt mi not to search Lnti %  Ifflciltle. ami oppo-Uotl h. *£££ 'who were ind to dbcbvC his waywani inrapabto ol hotdtnf pnorHims "f rtinebi but rather to •] rssponsthllttj %  n rj IsSSlOrsbipi nlt better side by setting before acuteh awBTC 'lu't him the ideals of truth and goodit:.protect vystoni srortMd with new. Th.,-. he sucoosJsd ^~ beat in n boarding to a remarkable degree Is a strik* Mebooi jrat his expt'imient sueIng tribute to his methods Bn :!• haeabnastar* Examlnattoi on mo rasuttt >'f lUon (! %  ihei r.! 1 a ship nf Harrison College In 1906. which Uv BchOUl hip ,.f baroK virtue TTie truth i toba [Vdad shorUj aft; .... UIlh;ilI )V ,', rMnrnent. lie encouraged n, „ hc ';;, ul(1 to ttfca part In gajsnaa rfj, hia Wcyclc ^MtU eoantryaide to refresh himself .fler his .xacting duties at th All of theMcircumstances could j have made life unpleasant for the new headmaster. In addition, i' Rn d started the system under soon becanopainfully clear that which [torn were paid neither the publ Ik HOC the UUPV every tern, for the upkeep of Ihe gSJI!" '^.f n %  -' Luuguratad tha : ••""" tiou B.rd "took in ImmedJata school fame, club "He'starWa hu"'' lM "' wh Vl •*?, red c liking to Dalton Ho wwa already g w,. ( | ub and inaugurated *he ^ nw e olll d potter about in his middle fifties when he Old Harrlsoman B itj He rroquc lawn, making thai i at 11 was felt dasalopaq • cort ..nd Bflme drllK ul '"' ms ru • nd that he was set In in* a/ays, with mad.-the school magazine a permapn1miil In everything he did habits and Idiosyneracie) that did hent feaiiit.n tha Ufa of thq n * soenvst I 10 Of the diffleul** ""' r * ilf ' Moreover, he perament. He did not %  ppred its ties,.a day was •upren cly happy in the exerfor instance, that ha i,-wlv made procise of his RTent gift*, whether he n of almost pre" towards his great > preaching; at St. Michael'" all Both) %  d and thai o tho C'jthcdi.,1. waking tO r>Vlrt Hi no mere hMdmastei i ould \'*nime beg ,. o[ corporate primary of the ..pint in Ihc workto disturb a haUowed tradition! unity, thai %¡ *, winch aday world, o. addressing audierMe could not u • world wai T> should have to does his school cm amgUsh public BChOOl arouw* the pstriotiMn of th< race days and his attompt to munlty. A man of such high challenge ""atom. srbJah seemHis t x V Ulnrv purpo^ doe. not live in vain and ^ M^^ b SSS C ??,?'Ll BsaCdos as fortunate to hi .' %  JIT T.,.? ,., I 'r.rl .2 n> dml f h;,rd work a,ld * r "• ben 1 *" f '""' >MTning and ComntLn Picas iierl he suffix "' ^-tuaUy overhumanity wh.ch proved the J f his pupiU Dcight. When Dalton came to BarrJ ' ,lar .ados. thoue-. had rnis-d Hsrrl-on Colls h they may be suspicious at first c! a HI ihc dignity of to Deighton's Inl! of which the -i' proud. But l| with the In* log of M pletely ba> headmasti came cngaifcd In with the fSfJtf) • 1UGr feeding the increasing number of mouths was to go in for sea-farming. Train a new type of seaftring people capable of remaining almost permanently afloat. What a jolly idea! If most of us could live on the sea almost permanently what need of federation or of intercommunication ? A life on the ocean wave with .stivl-b.ni(i> PM ullf, flying fish and ^aunties of sea-moss for DPMkI <>]lowed by turtle cjf*l fo.lunch and who knows what rare drink lies stored in D.r, r? To the l and leave the ness. ftUGGEQ RUGGED I • RUGGED • U' GGED • RUGGE' RUGGED • RUC ; RUGGED ^GED • RUGG PUGGFD RUC RUGGED %  i RUGGED See the whole range of these fine PADLOCKS at C. S. PITCHER & CO. 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Polce Courts : Total rainfall for month: one inch and
ut Wesiey H 42 parts
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Airfield To
Be Built In
Grand Cayman

A grant of $120,000 towards
the cost of building an airfield
‘'n Grand Cayman is a nong five
new sDevelopment and Welfare
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OW. is. | NAGUIB PAYS || Scmptreltc aertee Reaaae
a emptroller during August
By H.M.G. And W.I. Govts. | 3
f a St |_ Developments in the Cayman
pre CAIRO, sept 12. , ampe e | Sale ands, which include the estab-
. a veveral Mohamme | sshment of a, turtl .
From Our Own Correspondent Naguib, the strong man who | the opening ef a hate fades —°

abclished Egypt's antiquated

To Vietory




















































in Luxembourgh earlier this week !the starter and the explosion oc-



gave the assembly the task of}curred. Francis was badly burnt
writing a constitution to bring | on both legs. P.C. Airell received
Europe closer to the dream of|minor burns and scratches, P.C.
political unity. Once it has writ-| Armstrong who was still on the
ten the constitution the assembly! side of the boat. was blown un-
will become Europe’s first con-!| der the jetty. Three men were!
stituent group and will meet in| severely shockeq and sent to the
plenary session at the Council of} hospital, The Harfour Master’s
Europe’s headquart¢s in Stras- | jaunch Florence towed the burn-
bourg.—U.P. @ On Page 3



Makki Will Go To
U.S. To “Talk Oil”

PARIS, Sept. 12

Hussein Makki, head of Iran’s nationalized oil industry,
declared on Friday that the “world will always need oil”
and announced he was going to the United States next
week to talk oil to anyone ready to talk business.
At a press conference Makki whose political position as
Secretary-General of Iranian National Frogt has made him
a power in the oil-rich but money-poor nation, turned a
very cold shoulder to the “compromise” proposal recently
offered jointly by President Trur.an and Prime Minister
Winston Churchill.

Emphasizing that he spoke as 2a
politician and not as a spokesman
for the Iranian Government — a
tack which reinforced the views

;not intend
the United
pared and
Iranian oil situation

from
pre-
the
anyone

asking for help
States but “I am
willing to discuss
with





who cares to.”
here that Iran’s Premier Moham-

med Mossadegh had not yet slam- } __

med the door to the Western offers












—Makki gave three reasons why
the joint offer should be refused.
1. “If we accept arbitration as
is suggested, we renew the 1933
agreement which we consider an-
nulled becat that agreement
provided tor ar on
2. “The Al ranian Com-
might come back as a man-
“The Irar ple
such good sof arbi-
ion and have Tears 1d anxiety
that method of settlement
; an example I will point to
the Leagu of Nations’ action
in 1933 which forced us to accept
an agreement which exter ded the
previous one for 40 years
Makki arrived here from Ger-
many where he everal Ger-
man techni I offere to
work in the nat alized Iranian
tr Mak returning
iT on S ’ rior t&
g fe he United Stat om |
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PICTURED IN’ FLIGHT



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mén elections as the first move|challenged the Republicans to a}, sats . , : ; ye
"For heaven’s sake don’t toward the reunification of Ger-|"responsible” debate without anton ue se sat
sayl told you—but l happen many. The draft will be sent to)‘ylittering adjectives” j teas ation and cick saa They
to know their eldest son left bie Western governments for up- —U.P. femphasized that United States
the Party under a cloud!” proval. Before it is sent to Mo irms aid for Japan can be ap-
cow, it will be submitted to Chan- > rat proved te ‘Goneress . ly dt tf .
cellor Konrad Adenauer of West I roposals l'o fran lapane > leat ¥ seeee
Germany and members of the Ageia ee oat building
North: Atlantic Treaty Council \y/ . si } me arms »TCes
Lumber Dealers E OP.) ty ont Be Modified However these expert aid
P t t LONDON, Sept 12 hat aid will not depend inne
» Y 7 a British official quarters dismiss- | Japa amending its Senatitution 4
rates | South Koreans |. ete teat long voce re ee
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 | the recent Truman-Churehill pro-Tarmar {t has been the long- |
A group of United States lum- | Rescue Comrades us for the settlement of the] standing United States policy that)
ber alers will be heard by the | aranian oil d'spute might be modi- | Japar despite its renunciation
Fe erat Trade Commission 0: SEOUL, Sept, 12. | Hi illicit a favourable reply instrument of national
Tu-sday in a protest against the}; A South Korean cue force| tT 1 Premier Mohammed Mos- . Should be allowed to have
use of the designation ‘Philippine {rammed through a circle of Chin-| Sade gh. A Foreign Office spokes - round. forces, and, perhaps, naval
Mahogany” on imported Phil'p- | ese to free a South Korean unit} man stated pate that ae ind aif units capable of defend-
pine lumbers, it was learned on!in the central sector on Friday | Ch oe le D'Aftais Re Peheran the country
Fridcy. The United States deal- | killing 35 Ree@s wounding 72 and| Gcorge M‘ddleton, had been sum- —U.P.
lers will argue that the trade name] capturing four. The South Kor-}moned t y Mossadegh for & lengthy
‘discriminates against} fiafonal/|eans est.mated that nearly 306 talc on Tr day but indicated ™ ‘ .
products” a@ spokesman said |Chinese encircled the trapped| tet the discussion had yielded no Soviets Release
Meanwhile the Philippine Em-| unit. The Reds were moving ir ae . sf Situation remains
bassy is preparing memoran- fram East and West when the] %5 belor« Je are awaiting a ‘ eg ¥ eds
dum +o he Conan ssion urging it | rescue force struck from behind.| T@ply to the joint Anglo-American 3 British Soldiers
to uphold its 1947 decision in} The Chinese withdrew after al] Proposals for ettlement”’, the : ‘
which it adjudicated the use of! four-hour battle during which pokesman added : : BERLIN, Sept, 12.
Philippine Mahogeny” as a trade they were pounded by United Britain and the United State The Soviets released three Brit-]
name.—-U.P. Nations artillery —U .P. are understood to have given]'sh soldiers who disappeared on\
: ~~ - nee es Mossadegh in the past few days| Tuesday night on the highway to
1 ‘clarification’ of the Truman-| the Wesi. They were turned over
Churchill proposals but to have| by the Berlin distriet Soviet head-
nsisted that these proposals}"1uarters Meanwhile the Soviets
hould form a basis for ful) fledg-| ‘sept their promise to lift restrie-
ed negotiation Officials here |‘ions on Allied military patrols
wid that there were no indiea-|General Chuikoy’s intervention}
‘tions to date of any change o nding the ban which began on
| hes rt on the part of Moss sade gh | Tuesday, appeared to result from |
} thous a sible that the forthe | the f protest by United State
| comir eply to the West's pro-| Hich Commissioner Walter Don- {|
0 als would not close the door!nelly, as part of his “get firm’ |
com let U.P. policy despite risks involved. }
_——. — tlowever. the Soviets continued to[
an, ‘ vdown truck traffic from West
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LONDON, Sept.
British
completed
night the draft of a reply to Rus-
sia’s recent proposals for a four
power meeting on Germany.

American,
delegates

e sources

on

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Amc

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said

that it
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House and the State De-

12 the plans!
and French
On Friday

i programme,
+ oe attempt to dis-
ct -

tive
|

> made no

‘ourage it,
Reliable
programme

demand for a ‘ mor,
dynamie, and bold”

does not mesh
+ past legislative

posi-
foreign
the
He

sources said that the

/ with calls for giving Japan
party record, millions of dollars worth of war





the
in formu- | White
latte of United State policies | partme know of
abroad after the November | being drawn up in the Pentagon.
elections. Diplomatic policy makers have
Im a speech in Kansas City,|not yet approved the pr
on charged that the Repub-]but have





















| FOR JAP boxy arcggeyl









| TOKYO, Sept.
| ‘The ailing Liberal Party le ner B’DOS SCHOLARS 1952
| Ichiro e at ima hed h
| campaig for the Minis-| The following candidates hav
| ter’s office ith ing ce-)°een awarded the Barbados
!nunciation of ‘cruel violent ( | Scholarships
munisr Hatte rv ide | Classics :
first political addre nee 1946.! L, A. Thompson—Codringtor
‘when he wos purged by General) College, ¢ 4. Williar Harrisor
| Douglas MacArthur for national- | College
istic ir writing Modern Studies:
Hattoyama about to become H. DeB. Forde Harrison Col-
j Prime Mir when Shigeru. lege
)¥ ‘ to power. Hat- | Science
ech be fe
Bt | j 1 3 l C “ Harr on l
I )
' st U.P.

conference of Caribbean Com-
mission was due to take place in
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‘ Grand Cayman, will benefi ‘.
2. ; . it sub
There a LONDON, Sept. 12 titles, paid a fine on Thurs- || stantially drom the improvement
1e report of the working party on the Canada- W est day night for using one. At TORONTO: ‘The. firian hea im cot. munications which the con-
studied by Her Maiesty’s Government and West Indian dinner at an officer's club starting pistol for the shone ‘mae we coh ‘ot Bint bees
Governments. In conjunction with the report, there is to he referred to the forme: race at the Canadian National Ex- put at $446, Pree te ot tam
er study of inter island shippin iy ; ee nuibition in Toronto stampede: islanc
be a further study of int land shipping. Premier Aly Maher as “Ex hibit T peded i funds and f oh
eellency”. By Naguib’s de- thre sang from the pro-
An official Colonial Office statement to- night says the chhk: sazecis Maine Wah. ao ; Ani elephants appearing im an ceeds of a loan, as well as from
working party has provided an invaluable opportunity for | title there had to pay one rao: 7 ee +, ae the Development and Welfare
joint discussion between representatives of West Indian piaster. the runners on the track — and “es
Governments and other ,departments in oLndon on all When a young officer Wes Sante of Kansas City was ew
S 3 : oe a s ) as 7}
aspects of trade between the West Indies and Canada. asked the Ghneral to pay up, stampeded into winning in | four | m Centre
shirk The working party reaffirmed paatien Seti = a cuentes 25 seconds almost a track | British Honduras is to receiv
{ rtan ntzite rade ast(rs and said, in| recore , $128,208 for t i
_ seeerneee ee that the title “Excellency” JOHANNESBURG The police ' cultural ate —_
\ anadi ae: , ‘ " ” Y > " 5 9 amma - me
[the highest possible level and all|| Wms Gen test of “Pasha” | | ee nneeheen tee CGR an SCENE OF DEATH AND WRECKAGE is Farnborough, England, following the explosion of a supersonte jet | will be built at Orange ‘Walle te
jaspects of trade were examined ter ce races) | aetuenibiena ahd on Mote fighter plane as it was making 700 miles an hour over a British air show [n foreground are the twisted Sto tercame that already operating
lwith a view to seeing whether day (a public holiday)... tee te remains of the engine while rescue crews work among the dead and injured tn background. At least 2700 |G.) 7° thewstation at Stann
it was practicable, having regard r e ‘ hours the police Had re were killed when flaming sections of the DH-110 showered the crowd of 120,000, Sixty-five were injured. Sat dyentig
» s t ce had reports of t hauled 2
to the present circumstances, to Naguib Dissolves eight murders, three attempted The victims inchuied John Derry, England's best known test pilot. (international Radiophoto) Aadon a rian)
lester any cng ee s — h a murders, 48 assaults, 60 robberies | ————--—— enero SS SE arena ————" | which |
npede ‘he free flow of trade. and 139 house-breaking thefts, - re
Phe decision of the, Canvaian| Another Feudal 224,, 13° house-breaking | thefts, [ame i "yer ace
Paponsl Sas nehig Company to Institution mented a police officer. A MEDICAL COUPLE oO r. e Uu situate : north
Withdraw the Lady boats was MILAN Instruction course at the ge
noted with regreat and the de-| for one hundred Italian customs FOR HIS HAREM ! central
jemand wa samen to study further} CAIRO, Sept. 12. ant training to catch cigarette CHICAGO, Sept, 12. A
inter island shipping. The state-| Major-General Mohammed] *™ugglers who cross the Swiss » Ki Ds i Antig NS day. J 2
ment says it is of considerable Naguib’s Maton cabinet inured Alps into Italy included climbing Gia tend ant fabubéeh west | $12,000 Dy Ser ‘ ity
economic importance in the area, legislation ending another of; three Alpine peaks asked the Chicago Personnel | hall at St- his
|particularly to the smaller islands Egypt's, feudal institutions, the CAPETOWN: ‘Wdnen metn- Agency on Friday for » been pure dis-
jthat there should be adequate Wakfs. This is a svster Jer} bers of temperance union at- Aimee Avia z Bh y mantled US 5. Om colony's
services Moslem law’ bry which’ a person feraing a convention were taken|| glace, American couple British ( ihe carters to be Realt with | Youth Service Advisory Comp
The working par,y expressed can bequeath estate so that heirs] f° @ tour in a motor bus. They if his harem “un ; eee rita Guiana le ConMimmm mnie. Le fe with | ad which has will B Te
\the hope that the decision record-\and beneficiaries» may receive| left. the bus indignantly when they ae eee i. age ie of too far-reaching importance for the Council of Carib-| wards the cost, will be entttisted
ed in the Commonwealth Sugar income, but cannot sell or other- aed nae one side of the vehicle * Reh asi Soeuiiiaeee “ain bean Labour Congress alone to decide. Both the British} with the running of the centre
[Aaraseneht to oa ap private wise dispose of estate eas latge ‘advertige- kek barformn shine ‘sured. Guiana Trade Union Council and the People’s Progressive | Water Scheme
Litiate” \Cecenet inabeaitis caiee d 0 Wakfs' ate’ handled by. governs], BERLIN A Chinese type- His wife must be well train- Party have decided to urge a full meeting of Congress at ;
beg ne 7 z ee cn bevtudiaiee 5 deed writer with 2,450 characters and j {Canada from the beginning of ment ministry, some devoted to ; 1." - P . Be
| 11953 would help enure the main-!charities institutions under cabinet] C2Pable of writing uowards and The nameless king, ac- - 1, Whether any member-body | $24,624 for its Petit Etang wate:
| SIR ALFRED SAVAGE ‘ tenance of the West Tndian aia supervision. The reft rm Avorpiaei cownwards, from right to left and cording to the Woodward of affiliated to the World Federation; scheme, which will serve St.
' \to Camada at a high ata stenial ments ‘prop sed law. would re-| {£0™m left to right has been con- Medical Personnel Bureau, | U N Pr of Trade Unions should be asked|George’s and St, David's, An
Sir Alfred Suv xe eve. v= 4 sta a ee ae structed by an East German firm lives with his four legal | et e epare to disaffiliate or to remove itself] additional $2,400 is allocated to
ag | arity estates. and will be on show at the Leip- wives and “other ladies” in or be removed from membership | British Honduras for broadcast-
Ww a | ‘ants zig Fair. ' | a land of sultry climate F A th of C.L.C. and; ing.
A ointed Reccuisine! P ° | NEW VORK: Five apes in a where the rains fall so rare or no er 2. A proposal to dissolve the} These five new grants bring the
PP a z olice Launch Labour Adviser New York City pet ; store ran ‘hat even court ladies do not ‘ x London branch of Congress. oe of eee a6, Sine
Of British og ; : imok, seized control of the fourth bathe in water. They use Soviet Veto British Guiana T.U.C. and P.P.P.}@id to the British West Indies in
“ : Se... i | ve ee T floor and set free baboons and a French perfumes. / J have been the only two of thel 1952 to $6,308,347. The total
(From Our Own Correspondent) xp odes Will Visit he crocodile. They fought off a squad In an advertisement placed six affiliates in this country to,Since the Ist April, 1946, is now
aoe ef policemen armed with batons, in several medical journals | UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 12 have officially reached conclusions $27,983,199.
; é LONDON, Sept. 12 | (Froin Our Own Correspondent) Leeward Tslards flung back done d food thrown to the agency said that the Pro-Western delegates in the regarding an invitation received a
Sir Alfred, Savage will be the} ANTIGUA, Sept. 12, pee ane ee eae pe four} eouple will be asked to build Security Council got set today from Barbados a week ago pro- Pakista Stricken
ary Cr. ol ee | This morning a loud explosion] MR. F. C. CATCHPOLE, town beteee beine seaey aay wine} | —epeneny = ne prion. for a new rush of Russian vetoes posing a meeting of the Council n ric
it is learned here reliably. shook St, John’s. The severe|O.B.E., Labour Adviser to the} “SS oC ore being trapped, The lady doctor w e They expected the retiring chief in Jamaica,
vibration caused clerks in offices} Comptroller for Development and eee ea, u neat nds bane cage of the court women Soviet delegate Jacob A Malik | Signed by the “Hon, Grantley By Drought
to imagine the shattering to be a| Welfare, will .Jeave Barbados by perio aiid the eine will aerial while her husband fends oe to Kay “na ei to the pemicniens Adaraa, ‘the correspasiunce stated i
|sharp earthquake. A ceremony at] air..gr the 19th September for] ¢ di nahh weck.fromn £25. to) © men, ‘The. two-y oe of Japan yo Leos Cambodia, that w the establishment of a WASHINGTON, Sept, 12
v] y the Magistrate's Court where all] Antigta, eyeney Ne ¥ TOT henteact carrifS a salary o} and Vietnam for membérship in division of the inter-Americhn| Reports here are thar Pakistan
New Coal, Steel members of the local Bar gather-| Mr. Catchpole is paying a rou- PRR RACH: A tocust) swarm'| 810% 000 and no incom tax. the World Organization, |Regional Organization of “Inter-| has Leen stricken by arvuaht an
P 1 M “ t T ed to bid farewell to Mr. B, E.| tine visit to the Leeward, Islands. Held ud a woods air 70 miles —U.P Malik admitted on Wednesday national Confederation of Free that there will be e.severs food
06. ee Oo Dias and Mr. H, Hewlett who will] He proposes to spend about a] yon Karachi ee the ‘teria Nar that he would veto the applice- Trade Unions in the Caribbean, shortage in mid-October unless
y shortly leave Antigua to take up| week each in Antigua, St. Kitts, Sind. The train halted half-an+ : tions unless the Western delegates the inevitability of a final cleav- foreign grain is imported before
Form Conimnittee positions as Magistrates in Gren.|end Montserrat, returning to Bar- St ienis an. Sell aORmen meal Acheson Touches ; admit simultaneously nine Wes-/age in the Caribbean area be-| then, Officials. were silent on the
ada and St. Lucia respectively,| bados early in October. cleared the railway track. : tern ee nations and five Com- tween unions affiliated to] subject. but authoritative sources
STRASBOURG, Sept. 12. was abruptly adjourned. NEW YORK: To prove the Off Ne Ww Round Of | j munis controlled — states, U.P. ere ee he ba a said that they understood that the
Europe’s new-born coal and | awful clatter made bv milk pation oO: rade Unions, the activ-| Export Import Bank would make
sat at 7 one sia Crowds rushed to the wharf} 4 sate atu ee: ig 1 tities of an unauthorized body in| aq loan as age y » othe
Sain caoveated ‘ to o te ahh where the Police launch was in| OCKET CARTOON ee Sab enenboeee ta teat Republican Attacks | U. S Pre MIP, London calling itself the London tone. oP ‘the “Unies States oe.
stitution for a European Politi cal | ames, The hatca covers, benches, PO renceville, New Jersey, made wire| ‘ se FT B branch of C.L.C. and acting as an} ernment.
Federation. .The uwssembly—the cabin, roof, oars and pieces of by OSBERT I ANCASTER recordings of the din outside bed- WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. . apparent Communist front organ- The Export Import Bank some-
European continent’s first delib- | deck were floating and scattered room windows. After listening to] secretary of State Dean Ache- Arms Aid ization, all combined to create a] times acts as an agent for the
erative parliamentary body—with | the pier as if the ship had the records. the lucal authorities’ ...'5 enterprising plunge into the | situation of extreme embarrass-} Mutual Security Agencies. In
a coyncil of ministers of high | been torpedoed. At the time of| gave the milkmen 21 days to cut] p,ocidential campaign “tussle on For Ja pan jment, and to raige issues of the) this case, however, it is under-
authority and a High Court of| the explosion the Police launch the noise or be taken to court foreign ‘policy has acicnee off a Ep gravest nature relating to the! stood that the bank would be
Arbitration, form the ruling agen- | Was tied alongside the pier, hav- ew round of Republican attacks WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 ifuture of Congfess acting as agent for the Technical
cies of the Schuman plan to merge |/"8 completed its morning patrol. | the administration. The ex-| United States militar: pt. 12. | “It pointed out that accordingly Co-operation Administration
Western Europe’s coal and stee!| Three policemen in bathing} mn b vite Fa. A } haan wen the nited States military planners! Adams was directed that a meet-| which administers American
' production ltrunks had been cleaning the bot-| West Completes sap. ie Patiaayts'- 2 e i : ‘ Se are working on an arms aid pro-|jng of the Council of C.L.C, be| “point Four” aid. While arrange-
| | tom, The engineer, Lance Cor- er a on ndblo ‘ a gramme for Japan to start next;held in Jamaica at an early date| ments. are not. finalised. these
The Council Ministers’ meeting | poral, Allan Francis stepped on Reply To Russia '' Ss anaes ‘ mee fe in July if Japan wants it. Theland that. the forthcoming W.I.| sources said they understand that

an offer has been made
istan’s acceptance

and Pak-
expected
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PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

IS Excellency the Gavernor,
H S Alfred Say . ‘

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oo} a
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rents by M
ionial

worried in Bermuda

AtSS MARIAN ?PARKINSON
-’« SKINNER, only daughter of
e late M1 and Mrs. Clarence
ner of Befitwda and -Barba-
Mr. Joseph Ferreira Jnr.,
N and Mrs. Joseph

0

f Cavendish Height
were married at. St

"cSa Church, Hamilton, on

day 4th September.

bride was given in
»y her-.Grother, Mr. Fred
Skinner. She was attended by
rs. Fred Skiniief as Matron-of-
Honour and the bridesmaids were
the Misses Agnes Every and Peggy
Rowntree while two small nieces
of the bridegroom, Connie and
Debbie Adderly acted as flower
eirls. The duties of bestman
were performed by Mr. Donald

Lines. ‘
briiegrbé@m is a keen





mar-

»



sportsman and takes an active
part in cricket, table.tennis and
foot The happy eouple

intend
year to

five

to pay-a visit early next
Barbados, until. the last
the home of the bride

To Continue Holiday
M® V. WALLACE -and his
daughter Luerecia of Aruba
were passé@ngers leaving the
island on Thursday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. Lucrecia has gone via
Trinidad to return home while her
father will, visit .St.. Vincent to
continue his holiday=there.
During then “stay here they
were guests at Super Mare Guest
House

years

On Business
W. HARKNESS, C.M.G.,

2

Medical Adviser of
Development: and Welfare, . left
the island on Wednestlay’ by

B.W.1.A. via Trinidad on his way
to Cuba, .

He has gone on a business visit
ahd expects to return to Barba-
dos on the 26th September.

Fora Few Bays

M*: F, NUNES who came over
on a few days’: holiday from

Antigua returned home __ by
B.W.LA. on Wednesday. During
his stay here the was a_ guest at
Hotel Royal.

WEST INDIAN TABLE

By LONDONER .

sg Loy

Arthur Wint, Captain’ of the
Jamaican Olympic team will make
his farewell to top-class athletics
at the White City on. Se r
17. He will rup in the ‘rlugaas
flooalit: meeting betweé@n Pafis,
Brussels and London. Wint who
is 32 had already announced his
retirement but agreed to stay on

to captain the London side and
1un in the relay.

Delay
The maiden voyage of the
20,263-ton “Antilles” which is

being built at Brest. for the French
Line’s West Indies service has
been postponed for at least a
month, It was announced in July
that the ship’s first sailing from
Le Havre and Southampton would
be on October 8rd but this! date
has had to be altered tentatively
to November 6, The postponement
is due to.delay in delivery of the

liner. The “Antilles” is a sister
ship to the “Flandre.” She will
replace the 28-year-old De

Grasse and will supplement the

BY THE WAY... 5

HE ‘confident assertion that

there will be trips to Jupiter
by the year 2052 was accompanied
by some reassuring news about
interplanetary hygiene,

The chairman of the British In-
terplanetary Society (sie) “fore-
shadowed earth colonies wrapped
in Cellophane, floating in the rare-
fied atmosphere of Mars.” Thus
each colony will keep its fresh-
ness, like a railway sandwich, Dr.
Strabismus (Whom God Preserve)
of Utrecht long ago explained his
idea of a kind of stratospheric
‘leapfrog, with a» rocket propel-
ling rocket-goloniés of ite



MR. & MRS. JOSEPH FERREIRA

Vew Appointment

RS. EDNA SCOTT has been

appointed to act at the House-
craft Centre as Assistant to Miss
Ivy Alleyne, Instructress. She
will be taking the place of Miss
Hazel Clarke, Assistant Organiser,
who was granted a British Council]

Schelarship in August 1961 to
take a course inthe U.K, at
Leicester School. of Domestic

Science. Miss Clark® has recently
been awarded a _ scholarship by
C.D. & W. to continue her studies
for a period of two years im omder
to gain her Teadhers’ Certificate.

It will be remembered that
Mrs. Scott did a six months’
Course: under Miss Joan Parry

‘and gained a first class Certificate,
Holidaying Here

RS, CHARLES PEIRCE was
4 among “the arrivals from
Georgetown, British Guiana by
B.W.1.A: on Thursday. She war
accompanied by hér mother Mrs.
Muriel Bayley. They will be
spending a holiday in the island

Here Again

MS AUSTIN SLACK was
4 “omg thé passengers com
img by B.W.LA. on Thursday. He
is stationed in Antigua with In-
ternational Aeradio and is here on
a short businéss visit. My, Slack
was in Barbados some weeks ago
He is a guos: at Super Mare Guesi
House.

service At present ‘operated by the in a motor-launch, from Tower}

“De Grasse” and “Colombe.”

British Council Course

Miss J, R. Makham, of Trinided,
and Miss L. Perser of Kingston,
Jamaica, left London for Bristol
on, Monday to attend a course
organised by the British Council.
Theme cf the course is: “The
Contribution and Value of Wo-
men's Work to the Community,’
Miss Makham is in England 06
study education, while Mists Perse;
is a student at Bedford College,
London

Port of London

Trinidad’s Albert Gomes, nov
in London for West Indian-Cana-
da ‘talks, paid a isit to the Port
of London this week, In the
morning he inspected warehouses
built by the East India Company
and was shown some of the co
modities stocked there, such as
ostrich feathers, carpets and tea
Mr. Gomes was also shown the
binning of vintage port and made
a tour of the vaults where the port
is stored. The afternoon was
spent in a trip down the Thames



Beachcomber

to do to speak toa girl is to rua
oe See her and come up on
the side of the exposed ear! _uuless
in her saucy way, “the: tite the
hat over the other .ean, while you
are in transit, to tease you, Then
round you run again, and it is
a question of who tires first of
this tedious game for wet days.
“Suits will be so plain as to be
almost sad.” With them, I suppose,
will go the sad look, corners of
the mouth drawn down, mélan-
choly eyes, sulky nostrils, How
frightfully unexotic, I mean.
Another fashion house talks of

Each rocket ‘@s it lands in space, rounder-looking head, Will not

is tethered ih the upper air. by
magnetism, ‘and the spacecraft
jumps over it, and goes on its
merry way,

What it all means

A CCORDING® to.” Strabismus,
Jupiter’s hump is a negative
result of solar radiation, ag when
atmospheric absorption reaches
the equatorial zone. of the, vlawt
during a fmum* period of
rotation the albedo. (at 0.44) re-
flects a tfean density, oh the outer
edges
language this means that the zero
meridian varies with the vapour-
drift from the faculae, as in the
thermostatic water-cells of the
nebulae, of smaller planets, More
pne cannot safely say, But no
wonder people want to go there.
My bowler will
be narrower

Mcisieuh FATH has spoken.
Women’s hats are to be tiny,
covering one ear and exposing
the other, so that all you, have





of~at least 62.71. In: plain:

the tiny hat. slip off this sleek
billiard-ball? That ought to make
somebody look a Fathead.

.



°

teels » firm hand

»S sOOn as

ts chain -he dragon becomes
hedient,. as Pong-Ping , said it
vould, It seems to know exactly

where to go and quite quickly it
has popped our of the hole under
e b shes. “Hey, thor’ so
eager!” laughs, Rupert. ‘“I'm



ring Adven ture—25

Da |
A aughter __ jatives and friends were
ARIB joins in congratulations t¢ width

- to Mr. and Mrs. Peter de
Verteville of “Inch Cliff’, Silver
Sands, on the birth of a daughter
on Thursday at Dr. Bayley'’s
Nursing Home. Both mother and
babe are well.

Teacher Returns

R. KEN GRIFFITH, Assistant

Master of the Bishop's High
School, Tobago, left the island on
Thursday evening by B.W.LA.
for Tobago. He had been spend-
ing the summer holidays with his
relatives.

He is the son of Mr. H.C.
Griffith, Chief Sanitary Inspector
of Christ Church and Mrs. Griffith
ot Hart’s Gap.

Short Stay

R, Q. FARARA left
M island by B.W.LA.
Antigua on Wednesday after
spending a short holiday, During

his stay he was a guest at Super
Mare Guest House, Worthing

Back to School

Iss ATHENE SHILLING-
FORD of Dominica was
among the intransit passengers
by .B.W.LA. on her way to
Grenada where she will enter the
{St. Joseph’s Convent, She had
been spending her holidays with
her relatives in Dominica and
during he@r short stay here she
was a guest at Savoy, Bay Street,

for

Pier to Chiswick. “A most enjoy-

able and interesting day,” re-
marked Mr, Gomes

Meeting of W.1S.U.
Mr, L. Eytle, past President of
the West Indian Students’ Union,
presided at the half-yearly meet-

the

vir A

b olice

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Dancing Party! Not So Big Business
. =




For Trinidad

Leaving the islang

yesterday

fternoon by the “Canadian Co
tructor” were forty pupilg a
' aad |

A. 4 Stuart’ Da
school, Mrs. R. P. Parris, }

{ L. Ward, Capt. C. BE. R
.4UC.M., fifteen members of
Band and stage hands.
Revuedeville 1952° which

esented at the Empire Theatre





Mrs. Stuart felt sure that

uccess would be assured

suc in
rrinidad.

For several years now it wae
her desire to put on shows in

other
‘chance has come, and without a
/moment’s hesitation she left for
|Trinidad early during th@ week
jto make the necessary -
iments.

|Rexy Theatre, P
|which accommodat
The ‘Stuartettes’ wil

jon the 17th and
/month.
Many Revuedeville fans, rel-

|good voyage and good acting!



ing of the Union last week, Three|

Commissions were set up to dis-
cuss three topics—adult education
in the West Indies over the past
25 years and practical methods
that could be used to advance
adult education; economic diffi-
culties in the West Indies; and
the trek of people from the land
into the towns, The findings of
the Commissions were presented
to the Conference on the second
day. One of the
reached was that birth contro] is
no solution to economic problems
in the West Indies. The second
day of the Conference was de-
voted entirely to the Union's
business, including the election of
cfficers, A social evening rounded
cff the proceedings

LISTENING
HOURS

SATURDAY, SE! TEMBER 13, 1952
4.00

4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
DPvily Service, 4.15 p.m. Home At Eight,
5.00 p.m. Rugby League Football, 5.05
p.m. Racing, 5.15 p.m, Music for Dage-
ng, 6.00 p.m. Scottish Magazine
p.m. Taxi, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up
And Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m
News, 7.10 p.m. Home News From
ain

7.15 pom

19.66 M 19.76M



Brit-

7.15 — 10.30 pom

: 1
conclusions

6.18

‘The

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38 M 81.88 M

7.15 p.m. The Casino Orchestra. 7 46

pm. Sports Review,
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m
pm. The News,
10.15 p.m. Music
Variety Fanfare

6.15 p.m Radio
radio Theatre; 10,00
10.10 p.m. News Talk,
Magazine, 16.30 p.m

ne ee

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not so nippy as you are, and |

daren’t let you go. I must find
the Imps and ht them I've gor
you.’ Bue as the dragon tugs
him away toward Pon -Ping's
house he doesn't realise that lots
of Imps have been watching him
from the branches of a tree.



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the Dancing



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FILM STAR Elizabeth Taylor,
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stork in the near future, is tak-
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she tries the swimming pool at
a popular resort.

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The

or

FREDERICK CWOK

resident

nearer

He

due

Truman has
ithe conelusion that his guess last
jJamuary that U.S. business would
£9,333,000,000
this year was fm
votal, he
£8,000,000,000.
reason: a heavy fall in earnings
shown in the half-year statements
of many thousands of U.S.
President has been study-
ing the companies’ reports to their
stockholders with especial atten-
tion, and matching them agains.
Treasury
tions.

reports

has found
tion in the amount of taxes paid
has
throughout industry, though some
sections are showing better results
than the average,

NEW YORK.

come to

to
uch i

taxe

will
The

now thinks,

firms.

of tax collec-

that the reduc-

been widespread

Tax liability of manufacturing

companies are running some
per cent behind a year aga, re-
flecting much lower gross returns
before taxes.

rising
dearer materials and lower sales
(often at prices controlled at a
not-too-profitable
playing their part.

Strikes,

i3

labour costs,

level) are all

Some industries that were hard

hit in the first part of the year
look for better resu¥ts in the
second. .

The mammoth Eastman Kodak

Company, for i
21 per cent drop in net earnings
for the 24 weeks ended June 15,
ittributing it to two main causes:
1—Poor sales in the textile field,
and 2—defence orders, which are
less profitable than civilian busj-
ness.



instance,

report a

But, said Mr. Thomas J. Har-
erave, chairman, the second-half
outlook is brighter.

U.S. textile companies and

clothing manufacturers as a group
showed in the first half-year a run into_millions of dollars.



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Coming Seon

HAMLET

Any and everything you see or do w
The large package containing qual

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feature of “Great

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fight, don’t jostle, don
of the store;
everything and wi

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EMPIRE OLYMPIC
To-day at 1.30—4.45 To-day to Monday

4.30 and 8.15 p.m

Richard Basehart

Marilyn Maxwell
in

John Lund OUTSIDE THE
Jeff? Chandler
in WALL
BATTLE AT and
APACHE PASS THE
Reet feot SPIDER AND
it's the fighting story
of the Great Cochise THE : FLY
Midnit: Tonigt Starring:
Farewell Eric Fortman
Performance Nadia Gray
Madam O'Lindy & Tonight —
Troupe Mid-Nite Special
in Republic
Whole Serial
CARACAS HASKED MARVEL

“Tues and Wed
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1952
—_— -
FEWER DIVORCES
New York The divorce rate ago they had only one divorce
which immediately after the war against three in the United
rose to unprecedented heights hos States; Finland and Sweden have
fall of about 60 per cent in net|since materially declined in most wn an even larger propor-
profits. But by eames th? | ecuntri cording to : sean aera ae Eo
tide had turned for them of the Metropolitan Life Ir t a ul € ran t
Now the mills are hard at it! ance Company W ‘ile the Ontend $0 3 Ay The statisticians erent
again and garment-makers afe|States continues to have the the current generat decline
so_busy that orders are piling UP. | highest divorces rate, the differen- im the divore: rate will be main-
The great iron and steel com-'¢ja) with many other countri ained during the next few years,
panies ufso look for better second=j jag been sharply redaced; Den- pert c to the tact that most
half results, though their Uhird-' mark and Germany have hasty war marriages which didn’t
quarter staternents Will still Show two-third the divorce 1 work out, have already been dis-
the effects of the stéel Strike. (United States while a solved
In the first half-year, profit -
were 45 per cent down compared) -
with last year.—L.E.S. ‘

Dollar Market |
Opens for TV Films

By ROBERT CANNELL
A BREAKDOWN
between
Broadeasting
American

tions

the

thu supply
new TV system gives Britain her,

biggest

big dollar market.
Canada

in negotia-
the Canadian
Corporation and
TV chains over!
films for Canada’s



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FOR

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952

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

chance to break into

ay

is a member of the

Commonwealth Broadcasting Con- |

ference and will be giver every ARIES — Some all-out benefits possible from extra
help by the B.B.C. Telefilms made March 21—April 20 tries during early hours today. But you

by the TV film unit and seen over | ust furnish the pep and ambition to
here will be flown to Canada. compléte the picture.

America Next? x te a * +
But this will only be the start. -Proper attitude and sense of timin

The way is open for the B.B.C, to TAURUR 8

make and sell
Canada and later to the United
States and any other country with
a TV system.

A

setting up a British TV film

organisation

before the Government. It calls

for £250,000 a

The B.B.C
net eae would be about £200,000 | $e June 22—July 23
over the three years. °

But the result would be to open
a market whose value might

up



THEATRES \*

ROXY

To-day to Tuesday

4.45

Columbia
Pre

| Broderick

can make a fine showing in essential mat-
ters. Best period 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pro-
ceed with positive action,

* *

Take pride and care in each matter in
its turn. Don’t neglect small things for the
supposed “biggies” Can accomplish much
now by slow-but-sure methods.

its own films to April 21--May 20

| *
|
\*
put}
*

full operational plan for

GEMINI

May 2i—June 21

has been

year for three

pict the OANCER Try to achieve but not to point of dis-
regarding others, an angle that bears close
watching now. Be efficient, exercise your

talents in expert manner.

*

—Lessen tension with cheery humour; it
infuses others with more contented, sensi-
ble outlook makes better times for all.
-Time to take stock: How does your out-
look satisfy you? Do you give excessive

estimates

*

LEO
July 24—Ang. 22

VIRGO
ROYAL \* Aug. 23—Sept. 28

Today & Tomorrow

xk*wnwennwKw i

& 8.15 time to one thing instead of dividing time
§ 4.30 & 870 better? Study yourself,
a € Repub!
Piet ur polouial Goutib x * * * ‘

LIBERA

9 “PORT DODGE No time to stand on ceremony, waiting on *
ona







jeWFORD REED| STAMPEDE” Sept. 24—Oct. 23 others to tell you the answers. Analyze
ieee DEREK and + self, find what’s wrong or right for you,
im “THE FLAME ' what course may be better.
| with * *
{ SCANDAL John Carroll
“ Vera Ralston * en acre 22 Look to elders, they may hold some of
omer), Monday & Tuesdi | > the answer, keys to-day's gains. You have
site eb jal Pree thar Fe x the grit and will to win IF you will use
: 5 ohio Oe 2 ence them.
j Republic Whole Presents |
| Serial Allan (Rocky) Lan * * * +
i
KING OF THE ‘min whol sa ee Applying proper treatment to problems,
CLEVELAND ° c. sive them ample forethought, you should
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RANGERS “DOWN DAKOTA * schedule where possible.
Wed. & Th :s “WwW ae is CAPRICORN * * * »*
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Jan. 22 — Feb. 20

don’t be ashamed to say, “I don’t know”;
then you will get help quickly. Mingle

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PISCES ~~Looks like a day you have been waiting «x
Feb. 21—March 20. for: Favours financial and ‘business gains;
also personal affairs can swing into high.
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K vriting, designing, public speaking. Capable of unusual

altairment. Success can come early or late in life. Birth-

date of :John J. Pershing, American General Ist World War;
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4 Liners Will Become
Express Freighters

NEW YORK,
The United Fruit Co., which for nearly fifty years has
operated its well-known “Great White Fleet” of cruise
liners out of New York to the Caribbean, is to convert four
of its cargo-passenger liners into express freighters, with
only a bare minimum of passenger accommodation.

- The liners to be so converted
are the “Quirigua,” the “Veragua,”
the “Antigua” and the Talamanca.”
Esch of these has a passenger ca-
pacity of 95, but conversions to be
earried out in the next six months



Clerk Fined £4.



For Biting

THEIR HONOURS Mr. H. A.
Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
in the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday fined Inniss Hall, a
clerk of Westbury Road, St.
Michael, £4 to be paid in 14 days
or in default one month's im-
prisonment with hard labour for
wounding Berkely Ince of Paynes
Bay, St. James, by biting him on
his index finger on August 5.

Their Honours varied the de-
cision of His Worship Mr. S. H
Nurse, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “E”, who imposed a fine of
£2 10/- in 14 days or one month
on Hall for the offence. Sat.
Marshall who prosecuted in the
case for the Police gave notice of
appeal.

Ince told the court yesterday
that on August 5 the defendant
eame to his club at Paynes Bay
and called for drinks and pork
chops. When the defendant had
finished eating he presented him
Avith a bill and the defendant be-
gan to argue about the bill.

He told the defendant not to
worry to pay for the food, but
just leave the club. When the
defendant had reached the door
of the club, the defendant bit him

on his index finger on the left
hand,
Dr. Kuczynski told the court

that the injury to the top of the
finger would be a permanent one,

Before varying the decision of
the Police Magistrate, Their
Honours told Hall that the evi-
denee against him was very clear
and the attack was deliberate
unprovoked, Although the wound
was not of a serious nature, they
still had to disapprove of his con-
duct.

FALSE PRETENCES

A sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
imposed on 24-year-old labourer
Frank Waithe of Reed Street, St.
Michael, by His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod who found him guilty of
obtaining 10/5 from Herbert
Dixon of Christ Church by false
pretences,

Dixon said Waithe went to him
and told him he could get a job
at the Aquatic Club for him if he
could give him 10/5. He handed
the money to Waithe, but never
heard from him again until he re-
ported the matter to the Police.

Waithe had 11 previous con-
victions for receiving money by
false pretences and on the last
conviction he was sentenced to
six months’ imprisonment with
hard labour.



STONE THROWING
In the Assistant Court of Ap-

peal yesterday, Their Honours
Mr. H, A. Vaughan and Mr.
A. J. H. Hanschell reversed the

decision of His Worship Mr. A. W.
Harper, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “C’’, who fined Ivy Pinkett
of Fowl Bay, St. Philip, 20/- and
3/- costs in seven days or seven
days’ imprisonment with hard
labour for being cruel to a sheep
on April 29.

Their Honours dismissed the
case against Pinkett without
prejudice and said that there was
h certain amount of.doubt in the
evidence.

One witness said that she was
Pinkett throw a stone at a sheep
and strike it on the hind leg
while it was grazing in a pasture.
Pinkett denied throwing a stone.

CASE ADJOURNED

The case in which Harold Lorde
(24) of no fixed place of abode,
Clifton Morris (25) of Passage
Road, St. Michael, and Rupert
Sealy (24) of Henry’s Lane, St.
Michae!? all labourers are charged
by the Police with the tarceny
of a piece of cast iron valued
£1 11/6, the property of— the
Governor-in-Executive Committee,
was adjourned until September 16
by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A
yesterday.

Sgt. Alleyne attached to Central



will leave them with accommoda-

tion for only twelve passengers
each, the maximum allowed on
eargo vessels.

Increasing cperating costs no

longéy make passenger services to
the Caribbean profitable, the com-
pany explained. Almost all the
passenger traffic is concentrated in

a four-month season and it is
only in these months that the
line sail with near-capacity
loads of passengers.

But there is a greater need for
fast freighters im this area, said
the company, and the liners will
be used for carrying bananas and
other cargoes. The vessels will
be able to operate with greater
flexibility than was possible when

they were on fixed passenger
itineraries,
The four 7,000-ton cargo-pas-

senger liners were built in 1931
when there was a permanent de-
mand for first-class travel in the
Caribbean. In those days, air-
lines were in their infancy, but
today they have extended to the
point where they have largely re-
placed shipping lines in supplying
the demand for travel accommo-
dation to the Caribbean,

The United Fruit Co., has been
losing money on its passenger
operations to the Caribbean for
some time and has only retained
the service because of a reluctance
to sever an important: social link
between the Americas. With air
services inereasing, this necessity
no longer exists.

—B.U.P.

Merchant’s Clerk
Gets Letters Of

Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship the Chief
Justice Sir Allan Collymore grant-
ed the petition of John Torrance
King of Lightfoot’s Lane, Bridge-
town, a merchant’s clerk, for
letters of administration to the
estate of his mother Wilhelmina
G. King, late of Kinz Street,
Bridgetown.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruc-
ted by Mr. L. E. R, Gill of Cottle
Catford & Co appeared for the
petitioner.

His Lordship also granted the
petition of Miriam Oliver of Near
Well House, St. Philip, a married
woman, to the estate of her son
Edwin E, Brathwaite, late of St,
Philip, an agricultural labourer.
Brathwaite died in the United
States of America on August 15
last year.

Mr, J. E. T, Brancker instructed
by G. L. W. Clarke of Cottle
Catford & Co, appeared for the
petitioner.

His Lordship admitted the wills
of the following to probate: —

Millicent Hawkins, Albert Na-
thaniel Russell Huynte, Christ
Church; Lilian Howard Cossou,
James Cromwell Gilbert McCarthy,
Joseph Nathaniel Turton, St. Mi-
chael; Ellen Sealy, Christ Church;
William Edward Jervis, St, Philip;
Mary Lilian Bancroft, St. Michael.



Station is prosecuting for the
Police from information received.

CYCLE STOLEN

Gladstone Clarke of Hastings,
Christ Church, reported to the
Police the larceny of his Raleigh
bicycle valued $85 which he left
in Coleridge Street sometime be-
tween 4.30 and 4.50 p.m. on
September 10.

Arthur Filmfoot of the Steam-
ship Sumdial also reported that
he was robbed of $10 while on his
way to the ship about 3.15 a.m.
on September 11.



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FOLLOWING THE ELECTION of Gen. Carlos Ibanez del Campo as President of Chile, a truckload of Jubilant

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Waterspout Off
Speighistown

A waterspout was seen off
Speightstewn shortly after
mid-day yesterday. During
sultry weather heavy black
clouds reached down to the
surface of the sea in the
shape of a funnel. The
surface of the water there
was disturbed while a rack
of clouds could be clearly
seen drawing water into the
clouds,

After about five minutes
the spout seemed to divide
in half, the upper part
going up and the. lower
portion falling like rain
into the sea. Shortly after-
wards a streak of lightn-
img accompanied by a loud
peal of thunder preceded a
shower of rain over the sea.

Residents of Speightstown
watched it from the coast.
It is the second waterspout
Seen within a week along
the west coast.



Yugoslav
Mission To
Visit Greece

Yugoslavia is in constant danger
of aggression from the Soviet
Union and its satellites and is
sending a mission on a courtesy
visit to Greece as a step toward &
possible defence agreement,

Marshal Tito defined Yugo-
slavia’s position to a group of
Norwegian journalists on Septem-
ber 6th. The text of his interview
was released on Wednesday.

Tito said the danger was
potential but not immediate, He
said if it were a question of local
aggression only Yugoslavia could
defend herself alone. But, he said
if all satellites joined with their
present modern armaments and
if they had the aid of the Soviet
Union then “it would be difficult
to speak of a successful defence.

“He considered that aggression
of this kind would have the
character of developing towards
a world war.” Tito said Yugo-
slavia wanted to strengthen its
political and cultural ties with
Greece and Turkey. He said “a
Yugoslav military delegation is
leaving for a courtesy visit to
Greece which constitutes the first
step toward possible talks on the
question of defensive measures.
Practical preparations against
possible danger may be made
without written pacts.” He ex-
pressed satisfaction on arms de-
liveries received so far from the
United States and said Yugoslavia
has received what was promised.

—(U.P.)

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NEW YORK,

A new seismological station is to be operated in Ber-
muda by the Bermuda Government and Columbia Univer-

sity, of New York.

The station will rank among the lead-

ing 15 seismological stations in the world and will be first
among those located on islands.

A station has been operated on

a modest scale on St. George
Island, Bermuda, for some time,
but affiliation with Columbia

University will raise its status
considerably by adding eight new
highly-sensitive seismographs and
additional skilled geologists.
Already, data from the eight
new and two older seismographs
in Bermuda have supplied scien-
tists with a better knowledge #f
what goes on beneath the Atlantic
Ocean. Ih has been found, for
example, that many more eartn-
quakes rock the ocean bottom
than scientists were previously
aware of. Observers at the Ber-
muda station have recorded an
average of one earthquake a day
originating on the ocean floor.
The station is considered to be
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yecorders will yield much infor-
mation on the geological structure
of the Atlantic Ocean bottom.
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bed of the Atlantic Ocean,
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BLIND BEGGARS

Many blind people who are
otherwise able bodied, are taught
to plait hats, cane seats for chairs,
make baskets and other things at
the James Street School for the
Blind. A good number of blind
who are sufficiently strong to
learn to make such things and
get some money, prefer to stay at
street corners and beg a penny
from the passersby

Yesterday a blind woman of
about 50 was on the pavement on
Lower Broad Street hoping to
catch the ear of a generous pas-
ser-by, gave her call of: “the
blind, the blind !” on hearing the
shoes of someone approaching
but this time it was not a normal
passer-by, but a police on his
rounds.

When the woman became aware
that she was accosting a police, she
had to be about five minutes try-
ing to convince him that her call
of “The blind, the blind!” was
not a request for money, but that
she was trying to prevent people
from running into her by accident,

DECREE ABSOLUTE

His Lerdship the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore, in the
Court for Divorce and
monial Causes
nounced decree absolute in the
suit of Mohammed Y, Degia,
petitioner, and Erith Degia,
spondent,

Decree nisi was pronounced on
January 11 this year,



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where it finally burnt out entire.
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Eight years ago the Pulice
launch was the only means of
communication for months be-
tween Antigua, St. Kitts, Mont-
serrat and Barbuda, making three

trips weekly. Recently the launch
participated in an arti-smuggling
patrol and was successful in big
smuggling raids. It is believed

that her instantaneous destruc-
tion was caused by a gasolene
leakage.

Another Passenger Service To W.I. Ends

Machinery
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om New Orleans at 6.45 yester-
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f food yeast, 27 containers of
mnfectionery, 7 bales of cotton
ce goods, Other cargo con-
sisted of perfumery, auto equip-
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Pernadotte’ is under the command
of Captain K, Jest-Arntzen and
ee here are Robert Thom
itd.
DRYING SAILS

Early yesterday
schooner crews
hoisted for
grey clouds
in the sky,
letting
drizzles
many
and

than



morning,
had their sails
sunning, but with
still lurking around
some decided against
them remain out, Slight
in the morning made
seamper to lower them,
after the drizzles had past,
there was the job of hoisting
them again, One schooner, how-
ever, the Confident L G., had its
sails hoisted throughout _ the
morning, and by afternoon they
were completely dry,
UNDER REPAIRS

Two motor vessels are now
undergoing repairs, They are
the M.V. Daerwood, and the M.V
Ricardo Arias. The Daerweed has
gone on dry dock, while the Rie-
ardo Arfas is at anchor just off
the Central Foundry's dock where

minor repairs are being carried
out prior to its going on dry
dock

DEPARTURES

Departures from port yesterday
included the Saguenay Terminals
steamer ‘Sundial’, after it had
discharged cargo. Its next port
of call will be Trinidad. The Sun-
dial is’ under the command of
Captain F, Smith, and its agents
here are Plantations Ltd.

Another departure was the
schooner Augustus B. Compton
for St. Lucia. This vessel has

just undergone a paint jo, which
delayed departure from port ear-
lier, It is consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association,

Japs Thankful

For Recovery

TOKYO,
Foreign Minister Katsuo Oka-
zaki marked the first anniversary



of the Japanese Peace Treaity
with an expression of grati-
tude to the United States and

other nations for their assistance
in Japan’s recovery from defeat
in World War II. But represen-
tatives of Japan's major political
parties greeted the anniversary
coming during the month of
national elections with conflict-
ing sentiments.

Okazaki pointed out that Japan
resumed diplomatic relations with
40 nations and became a mem-
ber of 25 international bodies,
But he warned that many prob-
lems still confront the newly
democratic nation,

Joji Hayashi secretary gen-
eral of Premier Shigeru Yoshida’s
Liberal Party attributed Japan's
rapid economie recovery to the
liberal government's policies.

Hayashi promised that Liberals
would clarify the peace treaty’s
significance through the current
national election campaign as well
as the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty.

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export permit had been issued for
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INTERREGNUM

VERY shortly His Excellency the Gov-
ernor of Barbados will be returning to the
United Kingdom on long leave extending
over a period of six months. During that
Jong period an acting governor will admin-
ister the government of Barbados.

The succession to the government of
Barbados is laid down in paragraph XXI
of the Letters Patent constituting the
office of the Governor and Commander-in-
chief of the island of Barbados and its
Dependencies. This article makes it clear
that the successor to the Governor may be
appointed under the Royal Sign Manual
and Signet. Should no such appointment
be made the substantive Colonial Secretary,
the substantive Chief Justice or the Presi-
dent of the Legislative Council shall admin-
ister the government in that order of
availability,

The Colonial Secretary normally admin-
isters the government during the absence
of the Governor and this practise conforms
with the Letters Patent which are dated
4th June, 1914.

Since that daté there has been “an in-
creasing volume and complexity of public
business”, to use the words of His Excel-
lency addressed to the members of the
Legislature last December.

Sir Alfred spoke then of the necessity
which had forced him to ask officers acting
in senior posts to carry out many of the
duties of two posts.

These words of His Excellency although
intended to be applied to quite a different
situation seem applicable to the circum-

“stances which will prevail should the nor-
mal practice of the Colonial Secretary
succeeding the Governor be followed when
the Governor leaves Barbados in October.
In recent years the number of Assistant
colonial secretaries have increased rapidly
and today five are listed. Of this number
one is attending a course in the United
Kingdom and one is especially occupied
with the affairs of the Legislative Council.
Two of the remaining three are in receipt
of pensions for physical disabilities and
they cannot for this reason be classified as
persons on whom the responsibility of
carrying out the duties of two posts should
be placed. The third who was a Librarian
until recently cannot be expected to have a
complete grasp of administrative affairs in
the short period during which he has held
office.
/ Under these circumstances it may be
asked whether it is wise for the Colonial
Secretary of Barbados to be weighted down
with the cares and responsibilities of a
governor at a time when he has not been
long enough in Barbados to acquire more
than essential understanding of some of
the major problems and preoccupations
of his own responsible office.

The office of a governor cannot be stored
in a vacuum and kept as it were unused
until its normal occupier returns. During
a long absence of six months the person
administering the government of Barbados
is according to the Letters Patent “the
Governor”.

No one with the slightest knowledge of
the duties of a Governor of Barbados could
envy the holder of such an office.

It is an office calling for qualities which
are not normally required of the average
Colonial ‘Civil Servant.

And the responsibility remains even
when the mormal occupant of the high
office is absent.

Comparisons with the past have no appli-
cation in an island where a complete poli-



Our Common Heri
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HERBERT

BARBADOS





tage (21)

Educational Pioneer D’Albuquerque whose eagerness

| t> promote the study of science

| When Horace Deighton’s longwas equalled by his deter-
1

and memorable régime at Harrison
; College came to an end in 1906,
}the education authorities in Bar-
|bados were deeply concerned to
|find the right man to succeed the
| redoubtable headmaster.

To ena- prepared

mination to maintain the freedom
of that subject from the control of
the headmaster of Harrison
College Dalton had shown in
his previous career that he was
to give science its

| ble them to make a wise decision egppropriate place in the curricu-
|they asked for the help of Abel lum of the modern school but he

}

















‘tical revolution has taken place singe .

December 1951. There is therefore nothing
to be gained from comparison of individuals
helding office today with individuals hold-
ing them in previous years. The essential
fact to be understood is that conditions
have changed and that the qualities requir-
ed today of a Governor of Barbados are
exceptional qualities which it would be
unreasonable to look for in Civil servants
‘in the early stages of their careers.

The Letters Patent dated 4th June 1914
could not have envisaged the situation
which exists today, although they do allow
for the appointment under the Sign Manual
and Signet of a person other than the
Colonial Secretary, the Chief Justice or
the President of the Legislative Council.

The “increasing volume and complexity
of public business” continues without abate
during the absence of a governor from
Barbados and must be dealt with. If the
Colonial Secretary is fully occupied with
the work of the Governor and has to entrust
his own important department to three
assistants two of whom have physical
handicaps and one of whom is still in the
novitiate stage, how can efficiency be ex-
pected during the interregnum?

There seems a clear case for the appoint-
ment during Sir Alfred’s absence of some
senior Civil Servant from the Colonial
Office or perhaps the presence here of Sir
George Seel offers a more easy solution.
It would not be the first time that the
Head of the Development and Welfare
Organisation substituted for a West Indian
Governor, when he was absent from his
colony

Greenidge, who was still alive at
Oxford, and Bishop Mitchinson,
who was then Master of Pembroke
College in the same university.
Greenidge welcomed the oppor-
tunity to give what was to be his
last service to his native land.
Collaborating with Mitchinson,
he carefully examined a_ wide
field of candidates and eventually
they discovered a man of out-
standing qualifications and expe-
rience who was willing to come
to Barbados because he was
attracted by its warm climate.

The man selected by Greenidge
and Mitchinson was Herbert An-
drew Dalton, son of Prebendary
Cc. B. Dalton and grandson of C.
J. Blomfield, the learned Bishop of
London, He was born at Lambeth
Rectory in 1852, attended Highgate
School and then went up to Corpus
{Christi College, Oxford, where he
won first class honours both in
the first year and the final clas-
sical examinations, After win-
ning these triumphs, he went on
to show that he was as brilliant
in theology as he was in classics
and procetded first to the B.D
and then to the D.D in 1906.

Dalton decided to give his life
to schoolmastering and, shortly
after leaving Oxford, began a
career that was to last for forty-
five years, In 1877 he was ap-
pointed headmaster of St. Ed-
ward’s School, Oxford, In spite
of the many difficulties he had to
face, he remained at the school for
six years, securing the services
of a well-trained staff, improving
the scholarship and discipline of
the school and leaving it in a
firmly established position, In
1884 he was invited to accept a
post at Winchester and worked
there fo: six years gaining valua-
ble experience at the great public
school. Then he was appointed
headmaster of Felsted School, His
labours at St» Edward’s and
Winchester had already won him
a considerable reputation, but it
|was his work at Felsted that es-
tablished his position as a capable
organiser and an enlightened edu-
cationalist, Felsted, with its great
tradition going back to the seven-
eenth century—it had educated
four of Oliver Cromwell’s sons—
{had been completely re-organised
in 1851 and, when Dalton became
headmaster in 1890, was already
| recognised as one of the leading
»ublic schools in England, But
it was a public school of the old
model, giving little attention to
the teaching of science and mod-
ern languages. This defect Dalton
at once set himself to remedy.
and his success in modernising the
school is all the more remarkable
when it is remembered that he
was a classical scholar who be-
lieved that nothing offered better
Wainy than a classical education,



Up to that time it seemed to
be Dalton’s lot to encounter diffi-
culties wherever he went. At St.
Edward’s he had to work under a
system of dual control which did
not always operate smoothly, yet
he persevered until he had
brought the school to a_satisfac-
tory standard. At Felsted he met
he obstacles that usually face the
pioneer who seeks to remove the
defects in an old tradition, yet
We worked with unswerving pur-
pose until he had effected «4
‘triking transformation in the
school, fostering games, encourag-
ing science and modern languages
and improving the school’s me-
-hanical equipment,

A Difficult Situation

It is Gust as well that Dalton
was trained to meet and solve
problems in his earlier career, For
when he came to Barbados, the
tlifficulties and opposition he en-
countered would have broken the
spirit of a lesser man. In the first
place, the community had taken
Herace Deighton to its heart and
was resolved to examine his suc-
eessor with a critical eye, That
big, bluff, hearty hero, in the words
of a contemporary, with his almost
uncanny insight into the adoles-
cent mind, and stamped his in;
dividuality upon the school and
the community and it was inevi-
table that his successor would be
compared, much to his disadvan-
tage, with the popular idol. More-
over, Deighton had had an able
lieutenant in Arthur Somers Cocks,
a man who, in the public imagina-
tion, was cast in the same heroic
mould, and the island had been
bitterly disappointed when he was
not appointed to the headmaster-
ship of Harrison College in 1906.



































All of these circumstances could
have made life unpleasant for the
new headmaster. In addition, it
soon became painfully clear that
neither the public nor the Educa-

tion Board took an_ immediate
liking to Dalton. He was already
in his middle fifties when he

came to Barbados and it was felt
that he was set in his ways, with
babits and idiosyncracies that did
not appeal to the Barbadian tem-
perament. He did not appreciate,
for instance, that horse-racing
demanded the cessation of almost
all activities in the island and that
no mere headmaster could venture
to disturb a hallowed _ tradition!
He could not understand why he
should have to close his school on
race days and his attempt to
challenge a custom, which seem-
ed as unalterable as the laws of
the Medes and Persians, led to a
painful clash with the Court of
Common Pleas whére he suffered
a notable reverse!

When Dalton came to Harrison
College, he discovered that Math-
ematics, thanks to Deighton’s in-
fluence, had become paramount

in the school, and that the teach- ‘
ing of science v organised b

a department whicl wa co
| pletely beyon the control of e
headmaster. Before lor he



trenuous batt

came engaged in a
hty Profess

with the do





was determined
not

that it should
be preeminent. He therefore
set to work to restore the classics

to what he considered to be its
rightful place. And he fought
with all the pertinacity of his

nature, though without success,
io bring the teaching of science

at Harrison College under the
control of the headmaster.
His Great Aim

Fortunately, Dalton was not

the man to be daunted by adverse
circumstances. He knew what he
had in mind and worked stead-
fastly to attain his objective.
Harrison College had made great
progress since it had been taken
over by Deighton. The latter had
made it one of the leading schools
in the West Indies because of the
results it had won in the world
of scholarship ana sport. Yet the
school, in the eyes of the impar-
tial observer, was open to criti-

ras ey iM eae

«iN MEMORY -©O
GF .4 yO).

Baal:

IS9605-

Y TWO OF HIS FORMER Pl
3A MARK OF TH

HERBERT DALTON, M.A., D.D.
(From a tablet in the Assembly Hall at Harrison College.)

cism in one important aspect—it
was a splendid machine for ob-
taining results, but it lacked the
corporate life and spirit of a
modern public school.

It was this serious defect that
Dalton set out to remove. His
first reform was the introduction
of the set system to give every
boy an opportunity to direct his
energies to a construgtive purpose
The benefit of this new scheme
was quickly seen in the keen and
healthy spirit of rivalry with
which the boys fought to make
theirs the champion set in the
school. His second step was to
select from among the boys a
number of prefects who were
capable of holding positions of
responsibility and _ leadership.
Dalton was acutely aware that
the prefect system worked with
best advantage in a boarding
school, yet his experiment suc-
ceeded at Harrison College and
was recognised, in due course, as
a remarkable development, since
it encouraged self-respect and
self-reliance among the senior
boys and fostered a better feeling
throughout the school.

In addition to these innova-
tions, which were to play a great
part in changing the character of
the school, Dalton gave his at-
tention to many other improve-
ments. He introduced the Oxford
and Cambridge Higher Certificate
Examination on the results of
which the Barbados Scholarship
was to be awarded shortly after
his retirement. He encouraged
every boy to take part in games
and started the system under
which subscriptions were paid
every term for the upkeep of the
school games club. He started a

glee club and inaugurated the
Old Harrisonian Society. He
developed the cadet corps and

made the school magazine a perma-

nent feature in the life of the
College. In spite of the difficul-
ties that usually beset a day

school,” Dalton slowly made pro-
gress towards his great objective,

Gradually the inculeated in the
boys that feeling of corporate
unity, that esprit de corps, which
is the essential feature of an
English public school,

His Final Victory

By dint of hard work and per-
severance, Dalton eventually over-
came the antagonism he had
aroused in the island at first. For



the people of Barbados, though

they may be suspicious at first of

the stranger within their gates,

are alw: ready to appreciate
ty and industry. Slowly th
ke he fact tha lt





naster who took the

he welfare of his

mA amy Vite

gene Da Nichol mets
HEADMASTER

OF THIS COLLEGE





ADVOCATE
iy F. A. Hoyos |

DALTON

and his masters, They recognised
his considerable talent as an or-
ganiser and ayn administrator, They
saw in him an erudite scholar with
a remarkable gift for imparting his}
knowledge — a teacher who was
happiest with advanced students,
and who mighi have been even'
more distinguished as a university
lecturer, if he had not dedicated
himself to schoolmastering. His!
indomitable spirit had won in the
end and when he retired in 1922
the verses written by a colleague!
expressed the community’s appre-
ciation of the monumental work
he had done for Harrison College
and for Barbaaos

“Alas!

the fleeting years: How oft
bring they
Partings that wrench the heart and
dim the eye
But none their stern decisions .dare
gainsay;
And so, dear Chief, goodbye
And yet, you leave us not; stil!
witnesseth
The memory-Monument, that shai
not pass,
Of all your eoutsel, culture, love and
faith,
Graved deeper than in brass
These halls of coral, that have watched
Your war ‘gainst ignorance, your

offered choice
Twixt Honour’s scroll or punishment of
wrong,
Shall miss your form and voice

Look! what great regiments of youth
have flawed,
Trained ‘neath your banner, to

isa =

bs

Nee Py

discharge Life’s debt,
T'assed through this portal opening on

Fate's road,

But never to forget."

It was Dalton’s singularly lov-
able character that won him the
respect and affection of those who
had opposed and disliked him at
first, The errant schoolboy, who
may at time$ have played on his
readiness to give him the benefit
af the doubt, came to realise that
what Dalton aimed at was to put
every boy on his honour and then
accept his words unhesitantingly.
His object was not to search into
the inmost recesses of a_ boy’s
mind to discover his wayward in-
stincts but rather to, appeal to
his better side by setting before
him the ideals of truth and good-
ness. That he succeeded in this
to a remarkable degree is a strik-
ing tribute to his methods and
his faith in human nature. Eve»
when the infirmities of advancing
age began to come upon him he
maintained his ascendancy in the
school and the community through
the loftiness of his ideals and the
nobility of his character.

No wonder the public came to
fee| about him as they had seldom
felt abouts ay other man. Hi
eareer had been full of battles
and his home life had not always
been happy, yet he retained his
even temper and sunny dispos-
ition, Here, they felt, was a man

of heroic virtue. The truth ig
that Dalton was not unhappy in
Barbados. At times, he would
ride his bieycle through the
countryside to refresh himself

after his exacting duties at the
Colege. Later, when age reduced
his energy, he would potter about
the croquet lawn, making that
game delightful by his fun and
merriment. In everything he did
he seemed to show great gratitude
for the gift of life. Moreover, he
was supremely happy in the exer-
cise of his great gifts, whether he
was preaching at St. Michael's
Cathedral, seeking to establish the
primacy of the spirit in the work-
aday world, ci addressing audien-
ces during the first world war to
arouse the patriotism of the com-
munity. A man of such high
purpose does not live in vain and
Barbados was fortunate to have
the benefit of that learning and

humanity which proved the
greatest educative influence in
the lives of his pupils Deighton

had raised Harrison College from
ol to the dignity of
of which the
justly proud. But
with the in-
e which is

as the rat

a small scl



nal institution
be
lied it

rd , > f
ard le f

\ ARTHUR |
OCKS).

Menday — I like the motto of the Rhythm

Wednesday — I was so pleased to hear the




Thursday — One would have thought that

Friday — A correspondent writes to tell me

Saturday — Personally planners give me the

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 13, 1952


























NOBODY'S
DIARY

\ ANN

Bar. Swing it. ay
yao EqE

~ AA

Tuesday — There is one part of Barbados A

which will always remain forever Little
England. Along Bank Hall Cross Road
runs Prince of Wales Road, Queen Mary,
King George, Victoria and Buckingham.
Avenues. But why Holligan? Is this

a sign painter’s error? LAMINATED

complaint about the Crane Beach. It’s
so encouraging to find that others be-
sides Nobody are concerned about the
disappearing beauty that was Barbados.
But what do we pay leave passages, pen-
sions and all the other perks to these
civil servants for ? Do they ever do any-
thing about keeping the beaches clean ?
Not in four years. And the beaches get
uglier and uglier and uglier like the
sisters. And everybody blames the Ves-
tries. Why?

As for the Paynes Bay Shed, it comes
in quite handy for the village domino
fans and on many a hot afternoon I’ve
seen Tom and Dick and Jennifer stretch-
ed-out on the slab just like stiffs. When
the fish want to use it later this year
I expect there’ll be quite a lot of resist-
ance from Jennifer and Dick and Tom.
Meanwhile, if you were to riddle the
Paynes Bay front with open latrines
you’d find plenty of people who would
still use the spaces in between.

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the organisers of picnics would warn the
drivers about breaking the speed limit.
They might even do that. But when the
buses rounded my territory last week
they were each exceeding the legal 3C
“by 15 miles, And not far from where I
live a little girl playing in the streets
was hit by a passing car during the last
moon, Good luck to picnickers but they
should think of others just the same.

As for the community centres they
don’t seem to attract anyone judging
by the increasing number of those who
play games in the highway.

Electric Table Lamps
and
Electric Table and
Bedside Lamps














that he counted thirty patches on a Electric Clocks

man’s trousers at Seawell.

I wonder what the Publicity Commit-
tee are doing about it. Maybe it would
be a good idea to distribute Mexican
sombreros and corduroy trousers to all
men with more than six patches, This
would help to deceive the visitors into
believing that there was less poverty in
Barbados than in Nassau. But you would
have to fit all taxis with specially painted
rose coloured glass to distort the ugli-
ness of the hovels en route to the hotels.
And if you went driving up Spooners
Hill towards Shop Hill you would have
to throw dust in their eyes. Barbados
has a lot to offer tourists but the sight
of houses disintegrating in front of
your eyes still makes me sick. And I’ve
got used to it. It’s quite futile to sa¥
that the slums of Haarlem or the Har-
row Road are worse. Visitors to New
York or London don’t have to see Haar-
lem or the Harrow Road, But visitors
to Barbados would have to be perman-
ently under the influence not to be
shocked by the hundreds of tottering
houses they must see.

Even through the glare-beaten House
of Assembly windows you can see four
hoods dropping to pieces in the heart
of the City. As for the Reed Street
houses a puff of wind would blow most
of them down. And I rate Reed Street
pretty high in the Barbados housing
world.

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PHONE US
TODAY FOR
TINS

pip. All of them without exception but
especially those who predict that there
are too many mouths chasing too little
food. But now and again a planner stops
being amazed by his own clearsighted-
ness and visions of doom and says some-
thing constructive. Such a planner re- a.
cently uttered in London that three-
quarters of the earth was covered by
water. Largely because of man’s mis-|
take, said this planner (with the glori-|

ZA we?
ous name of A. Rowse) the sea’ had be- é.,———

come the store house of the salts of the } ‘i
earth. 14 aia FOR You Frozen Haddock

‘ Smoked Kippers
CAKE ianeees in tins

OF



His suggestion for feeding the increas-

Sultanas —— Peel Cod Roes te

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sea-farming. Trai r ¢ Nuts Glace Cherries Oysters omeuery F
sea- arming. rain a new type of sea- hisesies ’ Lobster Lobster Paste
faring people capable of remaining etree ee Sa
almost permanently afloat. JUST << atone



——_—

What a jolly idea! If most of us could
live on the sea almost permanently what
need of federation or of intereommunica-

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Canadian Bacon

RUM

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vast ‘ ; ae en ae 1 Madras Curry

ast» quantities of sea-moss for break- Lyle’s Syrup "

fast, followed by turtle egzs for lunch | Anchovy Paste Fresh

Sa >.

and who knows what rare drink lies} fn Ea a Vegetables
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beaches sailor Saal hen eyed sia Black Pepper Butter Beans Lettuce
ate, marooned. with their own covers] ie? Ton seer
fate, marooned itt neir own ciever-
ness, ,




SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1952

Lodge School Gains 33 Certificates ‘At Advanced Level |

. ; e e Zs ° :
One Eligible For T’dad
‘ e

Forestry Scholarship

THE Advocate learnt yesterday that the Lodge School
candidates in the July 1952 General Certificate of Educa-
tion of the Oxford and Cambridge School Examination
Board, gained 33 certificates at Advanced Level. This re-

sult was obtained in Group I (Classical Studies), Group 2
(Modern Studies) and Group 4 (Science and Mathematics).

Of the candidates who took the eee
examination, seven gained Ad- ’
B.G. To Urge

vanced Level in three subjects.
Congress



These are Deane, C. C., Jordan,
R. O., Kirton, C, F., Archer, A.
M., Cheeseman, F. W., Goddard,
P. R., and Kelly, P.M.

Kelly gained Advanced Level
in three subjects after spending
only one year in the Sixth Form.

On the strength of his results
in the examination, J. M. Bayne From
(Advanced Level in chemistry Jamaica © ovemher ob ets year.
and biology) has become eligible This would be a convenient op-
for the Trinidad Forestry Schol- portunity for the Council to meet
arship which is awarded by the as was done previously since it
Trinidad Government only ‘when was possible that delegates to the
a suitable candidate is available. conference might be available to

The scholarship gives the stu- attend a meeting of the Council
dent three years at a University at the same time.
and facilities for three years’ Post Meeting Long Overdue
Graduate study. Discussing this correspondence

The details of the examination along with other information re-
are as follows ceived from Richarq Hart, Sec-
Advanced Level Results 1952 retary of C.L.C., the British Gui-

GROUP L—CLASSICS ana Trade Union Council by a
Kirton, C. F.—Latin, Greek, majority accepted the view that
Ancient History a meeting of a full Congress of
Deane, C, C.—Latin, Greek, C.L.C. was long overdue since
Ancient History. the last Congress was held in
Jordan, R. O. W.—Latin, Greek, Jamaica in 1947, and despite
Ancient History. many changes in personnel and
GROUP IIL—MODERN STUDIES policy the executive officers and
Walcott, A, K.—English and council elected in 1947 still hold
Modern History. office to-day. T.U.C. decided:
Wilkie, N. G.—Modern History, 1. There is an evident split in
English (Ordinary Level). the ranks of executive officers of
Goddard, R. C.—Modern His- C.L.C. and this can only be re-
tory.

solved one way or other by a full
Congress,

2. Issues listed for a meeting
of the Council are a matter of far-
reaching policy which only a full
Congress has authority to deter-

GROUP IV.—SCIENCE AND



. .—Biology,
or, A. M.—Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry.



Bayne, I, D. — Mathematics, mine.
Physics, Chemistry (Ordinary 3. Barbados should be the
Level). venue because, recently the epi-
Bayne, J. M.—Chemistry, Biol- demic of bannings of outstand-
ogy. ing political figures in the Carib.
Chase, P. D, E.—Chemistry, bean has affected every colony
Physics except Barbados and if any other

Cheeseman, F. W.—Mathematics,

venue were selected it might not
Physics, Chemistry.

be possible for members of some

Goddard, F. R, — Physics, of the delegations to attend the
Chemistry, Biology conference and Barbados is more
Kelly, P. M.—Physics, Mathe- centrally located and from the
matics, Chemistry. point of view both of cost

Outram,
Chemistry

J, G —Mathematics,
(Ordinary Level).

HARRISON COLLEGE

Advanced Level Results 1952
GROUP L—CLASSICS

and transport facilities was most
convenient to all affiliates,
T.U.C, General Secretary Brent-
rell Blackman was instructed to
write Hart to the foregoing effect
and forward a copy of the letter
to the president for his informa-



Blackman, C. N. Mcl.—Latin, Hon
Osean aeons ee Greek The Peoples Progressive Party
Ancient. History. ; * General Secretary, Mrs. Janet
Medford, G. McD. — Latin, J@8an, said the party’s stand
Greek, Ancient History could be dealt with democratical-
Sobers, P. A.—Latin, Greek, 1y only if a fully representative
Ancient ‘History. meeting was held either in Bar-
Williams, C. A.—Latin, Greek, bados or Jamaica, -
Ancient History. _The other four affiliates of
Agard,. €., V.—Latin, Greek, ©-l-C.—British Guiana Labour
History (Ordinary Level). Union, Cosmopolitan Workers’
Bushelle, W. de L.—Latin, Union, Manpower Citizens’ Asso-
Greek, History (Ordinary Level), ©i@tion, and Guiana Industrial
Grannum, S. A.—Latin, Greek, Workers’ Union Executives have

not yet met to consider the invi-

Ancient History. tation,—(CP)

Hinkson, S. R,—Latin, Greek.





Johnson, B, F.—Latin, Greek,
Ancient History. e ege ‘
Reid, C. E. — Latin, Greek, The Art Of Writing
Ancient History,
Walkes, H. J.—Latin, Greek, The Extra-Mural Department
Ancient History. of the University College of the
GROUP IL.—MODERN West Indies is proposing to hoid
STUDIE a Course on “The Art of Writing”.
Alleyne, C. L, O.—English, It is hoped that this Course will
History. f start in the near future,
Eastmond, H. H. E.—Latin, At present the Department,
History (Ordinary Level). through its Resident. Tutor, Mr,
Forde, H, de B.—Latin, English, Aubrey Douglas-Smith, is cir-



Hewitt, M. E, S.—English, His- Cularising various people wh»

tory. might be interested in the course.
Hopkinson, C. A, S.—Latin, The course will include talks
English, History. : on style and composition, punc~
Marshall Ww. K.—Latin, Eng- tuation and common grammatical
lish History. mistakes, the writing of letters of
“Williams, D.—English, History. various types, the presentation of

reports, the keeping of Commit-

GROUP IIL—MATHEMATICS tee minutes, etc., together with











Agard, E. T.—Higher Mathe- some attention to literary writing. i ee
matics. Mr. Ian Gale, Assistant Editor :
Cadogan, E, A——Higher Mathe- of the Barbados a has IN HOSPITAL ee
atics. kindly promised to contribute a ; Seislen 8
P eErIARS. O. F.—Latin, Higher few talks on journalism. bitund tae tee ae
Mathematics. Students will be encouraged Dotient ’ communications system 7
Jones, H, K. de Q—Latin, to do written practice, which ‘inijar to that used in siverahk for ~ Fe oe
Mathematics for Science. iis ee eee ae communication between the cap-
$ me igher 2 > é s Sat . . _ an
Mathenaties. one Council, Wakefield, or at the Boy yh bed ‘has microphone- A Tiger ements
Layne, C. E.—Higher Mathe- aaa Headquarters, Beckles speaker unit small enough to go o
Maleacock, F. St, O-Higher The Advocate was informed Dutton the ‘patient cen Hight Us a
sate. 5 Ne yesterday that _anyone st 4 is lamp on an indicator panel in the : ‘i . Bod be hi hen”
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



A NEW COUNCILLOR

THE appointment of Mr. E. S. Robinson as a Member
of the Legislative‘Council will be regarded as a recognition
of public service rendered in the best interests of the people
of this island. It is.

As a member of the planter class Mr. Robinson has
shown an unusual liberality of view and a thoroughness
which made him respected in the Legislature and on all
1 the public boards on which he served.
luscious green appear scorched

and stunted. The son of Stanley Robinson,
The break in the weather has Owner of Constant Plantation and
been very welcome by planters, Representative of the parish of
but the effects of the drought will St. George in the House of
still be reflected in the 1953 crop. Assembly, he was educated at
Some of the fields have kept up Warwick School and St. John’s
better than others and this is College, Cambridge.
mainly so in the case of those In his formative years he had
fields to which there was no â„¢ixed with others of great mind
application of artificial manure. ®%%d broad outlook. In his case
The harvesting of ground pro- it, Was not merely “the old School
visions has begun, but according Tie” to which class he was entitled
to reports from people who buy to belong, it was the acquisition
from the field, the yield is far Of Wider knowledge and varied
below expectations, eee ae tint an a _ oe
OK as peral and enlightened as
a =< of sweet potatoes jt Was unusual in members of the
yers report that they planter class in Barbados,
only get large patches of slips
from the “hole”. But even a
cart with slips is a welcome
sight to the housewife, and this
is evident by the way they
gather around to obtain small
purchases of potatoes which
in many instances they cannot

CANEFIELDS
LOOK
SCORCHED

The long drought has left its
mark on the sugar cane crop and
in many fields throughout the
island canes which at this time
of the year are normally of a

It was his good fortune to have
been born in the top bracket of
that class and in it the name of
Robinson had been already estab-
lished. There was also a Robin-
son holding proprietary interests
at Woodford Lodge Estates, Trini-





obtain unless they buy slips. dad. There was also a Robinson Hon. E. 8S, ROBINSON
Corn Withered at Constant, Barbados. One
Corn has also suffered a_ great daughter of the familv was the

wife of the most popular surgeon
in Barbados and another of an
outstanding headmaster of Har-
rison College. Today when West
Indian economy is dictated by
sugar the name of Robinson be-
comes almost synonymous. with

deal from the drought, and many
of the fields which were planted
towards the end of the last rainy
season have withered up before
“shooting” ears.

Because of the long drought this

Confident LG.
Has Successful
Maiden Voyage

year, Barbados can look forward sugar. :

to a 20 per cent drop-in the yield © csi _ The maiden voyage of the
of canes this year as against last But from that place in society Schooner Confident 1. G, which
year, planters who made their Ernest Stanley Robinson realised W®S built at Browne's Beach,
usual Friday rounds in town that the privilege carried a cor- Bay Street, was very successful
yesterday told the Advoca‘te. responding responsibility. The From this voyage however Mr,

Ernest Lorde, her owner, has dis-
covered that with more mainsail
and jib his boat would be faster,

“Before I make my next trip
I am going to equip Confident LG.
with additional mainsail and jib,’
Mr. Lorde told the Advocate yes-
terday, He said the boat perform-
ed beautifully,

Confident I, G. left Barbados
on August 8 for Dominica,
reached Dominica the
Monday at 6.00 p.m., and unloaded
her cargo. At Dominica she took
277 bags of copra and left for
St, Lucia, Before leaving St. Lucia
for Barbados, she loaded charcoal,
fresh fruit and plantains,

Mr. Lorde said that the worst
bit of sailing was experienced in
the channel between Martinique
and St. Lucia, The wind was
very light and the tide heavy.

“Whatever cargo there was at
Dominica my agent, Mr. Shilling-
ford, gave to me, but at St, Lucia
I was only able to get cargo from
individuals and not agents’, Mr,
Lorde said. He felt that at St.
Lucia the agents gave the copra

“The drought was too severe,”
one said, “and no matter how much
rain the island gets now, there is
little likelihood of our doing bet-
ter than 20 per cent below last
year’s crop.

“If we should get fair rainfall
during the next two months, and
then again in January, we may
do no worse, but if rain does not
continue to fall, the island may
even produce less than 20 per
cent below last year’s crop.”

Canes For Fodder

He said that at present, the
eanes are developed but little
more than what could normally
be cut as fodder,

As planters met yesterday,
they greeted each other with
more smiles than they have been
showing during the past weeks.
The smiles were induced by the
rain which fell island wide on
Thursday and to a lesser extent,
yesterday.

Housewives can expect a good
supply of potatoes early next
month and yams later next month,

period had not yet passed when it
was the popular belief that those
who served in the Legislature
should come from their ivory
cloisters to do honour to the seats
they occupied and the _ people
whom they represented, The old
Shibboleth was long in passing
but he assisted.

Ther? was about to be a vacancy
in St. George as one of the sitting
members had decided to retire
The people of St, George follow-
ing an outmoded and fallacious
custom, presented the late Mr.
Cc. L. Elder, then about to retire
from the post of Registrar, with
a Requisition. Young Robinson
upbraided them for going so far
afield when he was among them,
of them, and _ willing, capable
and able to serve them as a mem-
ber of the House. It was a happy
circumstance that both Mr, Elder
and he were subsequently elected
to serve together,

In addition to his membership

in the House Mr. Robinson served
on the Vestry, and the Parochial

planters say. These will be in Boards. And it was dm. this. to the boats they favoured, ;
such quantity that (housewives capacity that the people of the Mr, Lorde is however looking
will be able to decide not to buy parish came to measure his true forward to the next trip with

worth. No matter which affected
their interests was too small for
his attention and “his word could
be relied on” in any instance in
which he pledged his help.

from “A” but from “B’. Within
about three weeks, too, cucum-
bers will be in good supply.

Gold Watch Stolen

A gold wrist watch, valued $35,
was stolen from car M 2364 which

even more confidence in God,







or it is almost certain that even
in the face of the vast political
changes which have taken place
he would still have been repre-
senting St. George in the House.

Now that he has been honoured

As the years passed the relation-
ship between his people and him
became a stronger bond and it is
indicative of its merit that during

was parked in the yard of ae ast in the sugar by membership in the Council he
Mohamed Patel at Ivy, St. ieee ne ate Shoal ack has declared his policy of working
Michael, between 7.45 p.m. and fires became contagious +to the in the interest of the entire island
8.30 p.m on Wednesday, extent that it cost the island free from the trammels of ners

The incident was reported to ¢49.000($192,000). Constant re- considerations, Even those of
the Police by. Yusuf Patel of Spry jyained a peaceful place and its different political shade will agree

that this is an attitude to be de-

sired in those who occupy the seats

Second Chamber.
—J.E.B

Street, City, owner of the car. workers a pleasant people.

Irene Phillips of Bourne's Mr. Robinson still in his prime,
Village, St. George, reported that because of family reasons retired in the
a goat valued $25 was stolen fromij*rom the hurly burly of politics
her open cellar between 6.00 p.m
on Wednesday and 6,00 a.m. on
Thursday, It is the property of
Charles Atherly of Silver Hill,
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Applications For |
Coronation Seats |

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Received Locally






APPLICATIONS are being re-
ceived at the Colonial Secretary
Office for seats along the Corona-|
tion route in England where visi-|
tors may witness the Coronation!
pageantry next year. |

An official of the Secretariat
disclosed yesterday that inquiries
were being made in connection
with the matter, but no figures}
were yet available as to the num-|
ber of applicants. It is not yet
known how many seats will be al-|
located to Barbados. |

A limited number of seats along |
the route will be made available}
to persons living here. The. cost
will be £5 10. O for a covered
seat and £3 10. 0 for an uncov-
ered seat. No more than two seats |
will be allocated to an applicant,
nor will tickets be transferable

Meanwhile a Main Coronation
Committee is being set up under
the chairmanship of His Excel-
lency the Governor, and this will
meet in the Legislative Council
Chamber on Wednesday, 17th in-
stant.

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Committee will be
divided into sub-committees
which will deal with various
aspects of the local celebrations
Parochial Coronation Committees
are also being set up under the
respective Vestries the activities
of which will be co-ordinated by

another small committee under a
the Lord Bishop



for COMEORT and:

City Gutter Kept Dirty CONTENTMENT

Tally clerks and labourers who
were working along the road
opposite Messrs. Manning & Co.'s
building at the Pierhead yester-

day complained of the insanitary
condition of the area.

One tally clerk told an
Advocate reporter: “Just look
into the gutter. There is a dead

rat which was there for the whole
week. It is practically impossible |
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THANKS
Sint
those

CLARKE
thank
or any

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who sent wreaths, cards
way expressed sympathy with
nS of our dear mother, Angeiina Clarke!

of Po Tcenantry, which teak place
27th August, 1952.
Beresford. Clarence, Albertha (children),
Belfield, Verona, Mervin, Leroy, Daltow,
(grandchildren Sarnetta (daughter-in-
law), D. James (sun-intlaw)
13.9. 53-—in

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LEWIS--We, the. undersigned beg to]? t. 3, 5 ton Trucks, Vans Pickups
réturm thanks to al! those ip sympathy, ; Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
sent wreaths, cards, or attended the 11.9.52—6n
funeral of our dear peloved mother — — — ————S
Fran Klizvabeth Lewis. Hindsbury CAR-—One Hillman Minx Os149. At
Read. Greenidge Land, Wife of thé] Springhead Pitg. Phone 91-74
late David T. Lewis, former foreman 13.9. 52--2n
of the PWD. Son, Joseph Lewis —_——— oem
Simeon Lewis, Israe) Lewis, daughter CAR - Hillman Convertible owner
Clerisse Aletha Lewis, Grandson: Leon] driven. Only done 4,000 miles. Call
» Lew, Oliver Lewis 13,-9.92--In.] Mrs. Kasson. 8496 11.9.52—6n
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MURRAY —We, the undersigned, beg to CAR—Wolseley 10 H.P., in good condi-































Adolphus Murray
Louise Murray (wifes, Sylvia
(daughter), Aleatha Murray
Herbert, Burton, Lewis,
(brothers), Mrs 1fll (sister),
Bispham | iniece),
(Sister-in-law).

mother)
Cc
13.9. 52—In

IN MEMORIAM

asleep 9th’Sept., 1948,

Memories are

steal

Death | he

heal

Some may
gone

But we Will remember while life



Lawrence on-Sea. Phon

water anid electricity throughout,
&c. From December onwards. App!
The Rector, St. Joseph 13.9

Excellent sea
venienees, 4 bedrooms
running water, 2 baths.
Phone 8286.

idaire, enclosed yard, Servant’s Room
Garage Phone 3309. 6



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Parents and guardians are asked
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ber 13.9



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Wilhelmina Murtay)

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iLFRACOMBE—On sea, from Ist Oc
bathing, modern con-
upstairs with
Fully furnishea.

11,9, 52-—-gn

return thanks to all those who attended
the funeral, sent wreaths, ‘cards, or ip
any way expressed their sympathy in
our recent bereavement, occasioned by
the death ef our dear beloved Charle?| nan 2,500 miles. Owner bought jorger
car.

we a
FARRELA—in memory of out deer father) ~ ;
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treasures no ene cap}

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4 Arrivals to...
JOHNSON'S
STATIONERY

GIBBONS STAMP
CATALOGUE 1953
DIARIES FOR 1953
ANNUALS FOR 19%
TAILORS’ CRAYO

*

‘CASABLANCA
Maxwell Coast

Extremely well kept 4 bed-
rooms house of modern de-
sign, Combination living and
dining room, 2_ kitchens.
Breakfast Room, Toilet and
bath, Lovely verandah fac-
ing the sea to which there
is a right of way, 2 servants
rooms, washroom and gar-
age in yard which is eom-
letely tarred. Well laid out
ardens, 55,573 square feet
land. A spacious and com-



fortable yet very compact
property.

— ALSO —
An orchard comprising

28,743 square feet land ad-
joining the above property.
Numerous cocoanut trees.
Fruit trees of every descrip-
tion.

Inspection every day ex-
cept Sunday between 4—6
p.m. of application to Mrs.
Edna kstein, Phone 8213.
For Sale by public auc-
tion on Friday 19th at
1.30 p.m, at the office of
the undersigned from
whom further particu-
lars may be obtained.



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11.9, 52—6n

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in

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Ibert, Alphine, lanthy_ & Atheiston | x . ‘SMITH
Shidren. Vaide Tony & Pamela, grand-|-IMITED, Bridge Street. Phone 4760.
ehildren
13.9.62—1n
a FURNITURE
FOH RENT FURNITURE—Large Mahogany bed-
stead with spring $50. Phone 3990
’ 13.9.52—1n
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‘CLE—One Raleigh 3-Speed Sports
Model complete with lamp, good con-
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House, St. James 13.9. 52—-1n

GRASS CUTTERS—5’ cutting blage
Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
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GRASS LOADERS—A_ new shioment
due on 19th inst (Sept.) Dial 4615.
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PLOUGH — From Joes River Ltd.
Subsoil Apply to W. Watson,
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POULTRY
DUCKLINS—10 days old, SOc. each
Apply; Mrs. Harold Weatherhead. Galba
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12.0.52—t.f.n



BALLOONS. Assorted colours ind
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HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ali
. Owen T. Allder, 114 Roebuc
. Dial 3290. 10.5,.52—t.f.n.

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TREES—A quantity of Mahogany and
other trees at St. Ann's Vicarage, St
Joseph, by permission of the Rev. L. C
Mallalieu, for further
Mr. R. A. Lee,
Joseph

Churehwarden, St
11.9. 52—3n

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to 4 p.m. Tuesday, 16th, Sex

for the servants room at G i

dence of the P.M.O. St. The
gether with a quantity of old

and )
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mspection of the items

greenhecart Also



can be

Wednesdays between the hoi

pm
hours

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and on Saturdays between
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Clarke on premise
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at Hastings on

the

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Philip

on 12 acre

1 rood and 22 perches of land
The House contains six bedrooms. 4

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and us

offices,

The above will be set up for
Publie
day of September 1952 at 2 p.m

Competition on Fwiday th

office of the undersigned.

JEHOVAH JIREH, St. George, wit
opproximately MS acres of iand Hous
containing 4 bedrooms ipetair toile

ind bath upstairs and downstairs e}
water and
kitehen gardens and orchard
canes and | acre of potatoes
ny day except Surday
ams on premises

“KINNOUL”
(at corner of entrance to Year-
wood’s Land), Saint Michael, standing ‘on
1*,282 square feet of land, a

ROAD,

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Lucas Street









flowe
9 acr
Inspectio

telephone, fine

at BANK HALL MAL

part

whieh is used as an orchard

The Dwellinghouse contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, -
Room,
room and running water)
Kitchen &c.,
Government water and electricity

3 bedrooms (1
- Pantr)

and usual

led —- Servants room in Yard

Inspection on application to the Ten
Mr
The Property will be set up for sale

by

Chas. Field

Public Competition at

Scptember at 2 p.m

door locks with nobs, saucepans.
fast earriers,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE

Solicitors
10.9, 52



7.9.52

tric
nd
of

Apply E. Wil-
13.9.52-—3n

N

of

Gallery,
Breakfast
with dressing
ind
conveniences
instal

ant

our Office
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 19tr

gous
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a

on



AUCTION



Under the Diamond Hammer

I have been instructed by Mr
St.

Hill to sell at his house at Twee

Road on Thursday next 18th beginr
et 12.30 all the undernmentioned
Several 6 ft galvanize sheets,



Josep
4

ME

sast

windows, galvanize buckets, several fron

large striking clock,

casks, 2 Phillips radios (5 & 7 tubes)

burner oil

stove (Valor) Pine

break-
rum

4

and iron

bedsteads, glass cases, cups and saucers

rticulars, contact

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Charles

Sandiford,

shopkeeper of St. Lawrence, holder of

Liquor ise No. 854 of 1952, granted
to Perey Niles in respect of board and
| guivanize shop at White Hall, St. Andrew,
| for permission to use said Liquor License
at bottom floor of a 2-storey wall build-
ing in Baxters Road, City

Dated this 11th day of September, 1952
To:—G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed J. C. MALCOLM,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A" on Monday,
the 22nd day of September, 1082, at
11 o'clock, a.m,
G. B. GRIFFITH,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. "A."

13.9.52—1n






LINIMENT



HAIR STYLING
BEAUTY SALON
Shampoo — Press Curls —
Finger Wave — Marcel
Apex Poro or
Madam Walker System
2nd floor No. 47 Swan Street

13.9.52—In,

Hurricane
HINT No. 17

Precaution



DURING A STORM
Be sure that a window or

be opened

the one facing the wind can )}}
}

13.9.52—3r )

)

door on the lee side opposite |

bowls,

(1) Chevrolet truck and

other

items, also (1) shop 20 x 11 * 9 with shed
Terms cash

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer
13.9.52

4n



PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Applications for the post of Qualifiec

Nurse and Midwife will be received by

the Churchwarden, Mrs
Welches,
tion” up to 3 p.m

H
Marked “Applic
on the 16th

Ch. Ch

ber, 1952
Terms of appointment obtainable fron

the Parochial Treasurer

6.9.52

A. Talma
a
Septem

in



OSWALD
made
26,959
having made enplicatig
to ant a duph

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
ASSURANCE SOCIETY
LOST POLICY

EVERTON JONES
sworn deposition that Policy
on his life has been lost,

cate of the same.

TICE is hereby given

asked for will be issued,



By Order,
Cc, K. BROWNE,
Secreta
29.8.52

NOTICE

Neither Chaptain, Owners nor Agent

the Venezuelan Motor Vessel

ARIAS" hold themselves responsible {

any debt or debts contracted
member of the Crew of the

said ves

while in Port.

THE BARBADOS IMPORT

CELESTINO ALAMILLA

Capt

ain

having
No
and
to the Directors

that unless
any objection is raised within one month

of the date hereof the duplicate Policy

41

‘RICARDO

by amy

sel

& EXPORT



having been
Vessel

received for the

op,

purehase of the same are invited

Such

offers ate to be submitted

Co. LITD.,
Agents
13.9. 52—1n
NOTICE
SALE OF THE MOTOR VESSEL
“T. B. RADAR"
The appraised price of $35,000.00 not

Motor
B. RADAR”, OFFERS for the

in

sealed envelopes to be addressed to The

Marshal in Admiralty, Publie Buildin
Barbados and are to reach him
before the 30th September, 195

On the Ist October the sealed ¢
containing the offers will
the Court
Registrar in the presence of the




be

and opened there by

Justice



Fon further particulars apply to:

T HEADLEY,
Marshal in Admiralty

BS

on o1

velopes
taken to
the
Chiet

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ask to notify their friends and Xx
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WANTED ° a P 7 4

wan —-| A Joy-Ride -A.F. PLANE IS
Sars — In A Tank GOING TO FLY |
__ MISCEELANEOUS _ GN" OVER THE POLE.
; Buy or Rent we {By Group Captain :
ee HUGH DUNDAS) By JAMES STUART
conveniences. Reply “8” ¢/o Ke. NOW I know what I would do A Royal Air Force Lincoln,
Plantations New Buildings, Lower if I an Army-minded 18~ Aries, is to fly over the North
i Street 6.9.52--5n | year-old off on National Service. Fole. The flight is one of five long-

WANTED TO RENT

HOUSE—Coupl quire Small Unfur
FI! Town

Octobe Fr t

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Phone 4336
12.9.52—3n,
ACENSE NOTICE
REMOVAL
T ‘DT tion of F

Kendall Hil, Ch
Li con



1
Ethel Payne]
ist Chureh, holder
Ne 1048 «of 1952,
board and

tached to residence
iH Christ within

I for permission to remove
d License to board and galvan-
to residence at
Chureh within
near oviginal spot and to
the iid License at such iast
ibed premises
ted this 10th day of September, 1932
W. RUDDER, Esq.,
Magistrate, Dist “=.”

\Sad.) LYALL C. BEST,
for Applicant

This application will be con-
red at the Licensing Court to be
eid on Wednesday, 24th day of Septem-

of a
Chureh

BMT Christ



Police

TENNIS AT
WEMBLEY

LONDON

pete at Wembley from September

22 26 in this year’s indoor
championships,

Jack Kramer, former Wimble-
don champion and one of Ameri-

foremost
who

professional tennis
withdrew from the

vs

ica
Dinny Pails who took his place
it Searborough will also compete.
Bobby Riggs, 3l-year old US.



Donald Budge, Richard
Gonsalves (who won the Scar-
oorough tournament) “Pancho”
3egura (Ecuador), Hans Nusslein
(Germany), J, De Mos (Holland)
ind A. G. Roberts and W, Moss
(Great Britain), L.E.8,

include

Miller Suspended
For Cut Eye
NEW YORK, Sept, 12.
The South African middle-
weight boxer Duggie Miller said

m Friday that he had been offer-
ed the main event on Friday night
at the St. Nicks Arena, which,
would have been his first chance;
at a nationally televised bout, but
that a cut eye kept him out of
the match.
He suffered



a slight cut over

his eye last Friday night in beat-
ing Jackie O’Brien, and the State
Boxing Commission orders an

automatic 2l-day suspension of
any boxer suffering a facial cut
Miller’s cut was healed.—U.P.



Sports Round-Up

LONDON

Arsenal’s great successes in the
Cup and League competitions last
season, they were third in the
League and runners-up in the Cup,
brought the club a record profit.
A statement of accounts issued last
week showed a profit of £62,129
for the year Over £36,000 of
this had to be paid in tax. Of
the remainder, £20,000 has been
set aside for transfer fees, making !
a total for this fund of £40,000. ;
Last season Arsenal made a profit
on transfers of £11,775,

|

Soccer
HAROLD PATON, captain of
the South African soecer team

defeated Newcastle 5—3 in July
has turned down an offer to turn!
professional for Luton,

30094099000 OO9OOOOOOM%
REVIVAL
FLAMES

At the Pentecostal Tabernacle of



Worthing View Christ Church
Revival begins on Sunday, Sept

14, 1952, and ends on Sept. 26. All

re invited. The Rev. C. £
Layne of Boston, Mass. with be
the prominent speaker at these |
meetings 13.9. 52--2n

ed Corps and be one of the knights

Britain’s Centurion tanks — the
hard-hitting,
which are so good that the U.S.
is going so spend a lot of dollars
o buy

for a

no place !
gun-turvet of a Centurion for
doing it. I know, For I have just
been “having a bash” myself, as
a guest at the Royal Armoured
Corps Centre, Bovington, Dorset.

firing practice. They were crewed
by men on detachment from their
regiments, doing an instructors’
course.

watching a picked demonstration
tear. But it was not so, as I was
allowed to find out for myself.

a pair of overalls; the colonel

. best medium tank.

corpora
fident than I felt, crouched on the
armour above and beside me and
gave me the drill. The “steering
one left, The clutch was a massive
bar on a spring made for he-men.

I wonld join the Royal Armour-

n armour who bash about in Manby, Lincolnshire.

go-anywhere tanks

long-range flying and
em for the Allies,

If you want to let off steam

of years there is
the cockpit or the

to Keflavik, Iceland.
It will leave there

First I watched Centurions on horse, Yukon.

miles,
hours.

Accuracy

EITHER stationary or at full horse ot Manby non-stop.

college flying medical officer.

A sergeant-major brought me

land.

A 1, looking more con-

will take part

© Smallest are first





I PRESSED the button and the 4{{0m at the Games.

650 horse-power engine started
up first kick, We were away.







whole shooting match went up or '
down, '

“Target — Sherman tank, 800 ’
yards to the front,” barked the ’
tank commander, a warrant officer t 7
from the famed 7th (Desert Rat)
Division in Germany. The loader
rammed in his shell. I twisted
left-hand, twisted right-hand,
found the mark, fired.

And that, by jingo, was that—
so far as the Sherman was con-
cerned. A fluke? Let me tell you
that master-gunner Dundas did it
again, and again—and once more
for good measure,

More Hits

THEN we were on the move.

The stabiliser was switched on,

and much we turned,
ef and ©

rock lunged over the
ground that stabiliser kept my gun
lined up in the right direction.
And with twists of my hands [
found that the sight could be kept
on the tiny target nearly a mile
away.

Ge
UXEMBOUKRG
Sibel 4. baa dw
boxing, water poio,

and fencing.

London &xrpress Servter

Pupil-gunner Dundas









‘turning.

successful joust.—L.



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distance trips to be made by air-
craft of the RAF Flying College, |

The objeet is to give students |
end staff practical experience
navigation
in polar and near-polar latitudes.

Aries, commanded by Squadron-
Leader J. T. Lawrence, AFC., will
take off on September 5 on the
first leg of the North Pole trip—

at 4 a.m.
next day and fly over the North
Pole on her way to the Royal
Canadian Air Force base at White-

This flight, of more than 3,812
is scheduled to last 18%

5 , ; x tuck up like the T Olympic stamps to

is one who will be taking part,, Phe gear-lever s

Kramer withdrew from the car- | Joy-stick of a plane. ‘ eee, cApdee come, ae

borough event to return to Amer- Fire! poe Belen, 5
for business reasons Luxembourg, the smallest

The stamp with the soccer
design is reproduced here. It
was at soccer that Luxem-

jtar has also filed his entry. He is Ov a , Up anything, inflicted Britain’s first
ne of the Select few to win all vere, Weta, through anything Ore is defeat last week
hree titles at Wimbledon, He did /__y .the Centurion for The stamps. designed by
o in 1939 on his first appearance. | pbuilding up your ego. After that Jean Jacoby, are issued in
Riggs, who was U.S. _ singles|_the ooting. Peering through two colours. Among the
professional champion in 1946, '47]q jit sight, I gripped the two
nd. 49 will be making his aiming han . A twist of the nN
seventh appearance in a Wembley right hand, and several tons of gun s Qr ‘ Pe.
championship. _ 7 and metal right or left. A ga son
Others who will be taking part twist of the left hand, and the Xk ; IPrxr

sports depicted are at ietics

cycling



scored
some more hits as his tank bounced
round in a complete circle. And,
from my inside position, with
eyes glued to the magie gun-sight,
I never even realised we were

It was the most exhilarating
half-hour I have spent in many
a long day. I went into it with
my knees shaking and my fingers
in my ears. And I came out of it
feeling like Sir Lancelot after a



in



On the return journey Aries
will do the 4,174 miles from White-

cr 1952, at 11 o'clock a.m. at Police] tilt over the bumpy ground their ilots

Ce Oe OT aaa accuracy was fantastic. The old here tara Law-
Police Magistrate, Dist, "p. |Gerelict target tanks scattered jance, Aries will carry three co-
13.9.5%—1n, | about the range, at distances vary- ilots— Winkz Commander S&S. B.
uta ————-——~ | ing between 1,000 and 3,000 yards, Grant, DFC, Lieut-colonel BE. A.
PP. ‘C , | took aixeries of hits from Butts, U.S. Air Force, both
PROFESSIONAL ise" viaicesectytow tseclory Being” a he, college, “i
- 8. . an, the

I began to suspect"that I was Squadron Leader +e

Dr, G. C. L, Bertram, Director
of the Seott Polar Research In-
stitute, will be a _ passenger.

The other four flights will be
made by two Hastings and two

. ”.
Sixteen of the world’s top pro- said: “Have a bash”; and there Lincolns, all flying to RCAF bases
fessional tennis players will com- ine anaes ak Lae ar ade in Northern Canada via Iceland.

The Hastings will fly over Green-

Fifty-five officers and airmen
ee in the flights.

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Examination for

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Examinations of The Royal Sanitary Institute

The Examinations of the Royal Sanitary Institute will be held
in British Guiana from 3rd to 8th November, 1952.

2. Applications to take these examinations should be made on
the prescribed entry forms and must reach the undersigned not later
than 7th October, 1952. No applications received after this date will
be considered. The fees which must be forwarded with the entry
forms are as follows: —



Health Visitors and School Nurses

Certificate a he “4 at $15.00
Examination for Sanitary Inspectors Certificate .. $20.00
Examination for the Inspectors of Meat and Other

Foods Certificate ve ee ha -. $25.00
Examination for the Tropical Hygiene Certificate for

Sanitary Inspectors we a ue .. $25.00

Half-fees only are payable for re-entry on each of two

occasions subsequent to the first sitting.
Entry forms may be had on application.

3.

F. N. GRANNUM,

Hony. Secty. & Treasurer, British West Indies Board of

Medical Department,
Bridgetown, Barbados.

Examiners, Royal Sanitary Institute.

6.9.52.—2n,



REDIFFUSION SERVICE LICENCES

The public are reminded that licences for Rediffusion Receivers
must be renewed by the 30th September at the Public Treasury by
presenting the licence and paying the fee of five shillings.
13.9.52.—2n.



SHIPPING NOTICES



ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.



The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
SAILING FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat.
M.S. NESTOR, 19th September, 1952 Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
M.S, HERSILIA, 26th September, 1952 12th inst.
M.S. BONAIRE, 3rd October, 1952. i
SAILING TO EUROPE The M/V “MONEKA” wii
M.S. WILLEMSRAD. 1th October, 1952 accept Cargo end Passengers, tor
4 jominica, n . Montserrat,
SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
AND BRITISH GUIANA 18th inst
£.S. COTTICA, 22nd September, 1952
M.S. NESTOR, 3rd October, 1952 B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
M.S. BONAIRE, 20th October, 1952.

S/S “ALCOA PLANTER"

SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACAO
M.S. HERA,
M.S. HERSILIA, 13th October, 1952.

ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Consignee, Tele. No. 4047

15th September, 1952.

S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD.,

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“ARNETA” ; .. 12th September 16th September 28th
A STEAMER +. 26th September 30th September 12th October
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ting averages with the excellent figures of 98. In five £1,200 honours and some creditable scores were returned. In the Caan ss wane will open today |
innings he Has-scored 490 runs, : St Augustine vs. Danes match, 241 runs were scored by aes Tecercations inne Seana eat
He has dtopped to the “eighth —--—=—— ; PETER WILSON St. Augustine batsmen, who occupied the wicket for almost visions meee
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Bisp! wicees: ter on on chat ani deciding to get on with the pros 24 Carter scored 47 For Yearwocod took 6 for 19 and T. INTERMEDIATE
eet wee ee ee before Se pros become so tee St. Luke's Vaughn took 3 for 61 A. Smith 2 for 31. Sept. 13 & 20th PERCALES
Pace wier Barker of Empire portant that they can get on poll eS for a ~ ne took ee, lead eee at a — M2 ot een Um- .
heac 1© bowling averages and without the Association. @ ng @ S.umps ost ; e game agains elleplaine. * Se nire vs Sy o K ‘ os ‘ ‘one
he dtserves to oceupy that posi- When the World Professional Were 71 for the loss of 1 wicket. Belleplaime batted first to score omperen J wail and 'P “piling and LG G 6” wide @ 74c, & 7c.
tion of honour. His figures show Lown Tennis Championships, G. Farrell is 26 not out and C.°$2) and Cyclone replied with 160, _Combermere vs Folice at Combermere. per yd.
my i high standard of accuracy for a which are to be played at Wem- Parris 21 not out. thus obtaining a 40-run lead. S. rire cat va Bike. ee we cces
bowler He has sent down bley from September 22 to 26 be- St. Martin's joined the double Lewis knocked up 87 while umpires: G. Forde and G. Clarke e
vers and has captured 34 gin the Singles cup will be dona- eentury scoring teams with 222 Springer took 3 for 16. Belle- _ F*siment vs. Mental Hospital at the Ee
s a cost of 9.70 runs ted by the Lawn Tennis Associa- for 9 against Sussex “B.” Best plaine’s second innings yielded 94 Garrison. Umpires: J. Hinds and C. ’
He toe should capture fifty tion. The draw for the Champio* batsman was D. Proverbs with 72. and at the drawing of stumps Cable & Wireless vs. Wanderers at CAVE SHEPHERD
; before the season closes ships will take place at the L.T.A. H. Marshall 40, C. Millar 31 and M, Cvclone were 37 for 5. Boarded Hall. Umpires: T. Sisnett and ‘
{ gures in detail are as fol- or == 1O Morrow, Weekes 31 not out were among Highland took full points in & â„¢ Roaeh > (0 LID
low DENIS ATKINSON Ever mince. the L.A, ecenee ed other batsmen contributing to the game against _Police Boys’ SECOND DIVISION AT THESE X 9 ™
BATTING ar Nin oe he. a ee s sooty —— ao Club. The —? in this game Callegacee: ‘Windwicd at Gis lane. . Un
i v é 52 § > 39, L. oon cking up 50 ¢ ore =) 7 ‘ s : nllege vs ard 3 ‘ge. Um-
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Batsman L N.O. Total HS 1“ Pintieon winner, Fe wee an at Pe one of play Sussex Taitt 51 not out, Oita oP ep ttns Caeenerts? er
D. Atkinson 5 0 490 145 98 . 0 ed to receive a tax-free wec 2 “B” were 58 for 7. : tenteak areas ate ears iia
G. Proverbs 7 3 242 17 60 50 present of £5,437, the difference (jty Games pepther ee i er acd geh es. ME .
CB. Williams - > 288 a 57g between amateurs and pros has 2 she " Greens scored another six- P'PS idation vs. Pickwick at Foundation oo ootin
T.. Birkett oi 8 1 371 3 : a3 ae become invisible to the naked eye n games in the City, | Notre point victory when they defeated Umpires: C. Archer and B. Clarke S302: ¢
J Goddara 8 3 sae 96 oe a ‘to anyone not wearing the Dame and Rangers are fighting Union Globe. Union Globe were Su wees aod a, Chee ee
; a ¥. 3 25 § 51. 2¢ ol any . . 7 é 2cisive > for cha Se i nen Sah 7 enna . sires: K. Sealy and § ilkes 4 s
S. Rudder 6 3 130 37° 43.33 rose-tinted spectacles of the ~ oe ae 1 . ee dismissed for scores of 102 and Pires: K There is no. better
C. Depeiza 7 0 78 42.71 alleged “good old days.” P Matic oe. present’ the 81 while Greens replied with 136 general purpose cart-
N. Lueas . 7 } 90 42.50 Wimbledon is still known as WUative is with Notre Dame and 49 for 0. B, Brereton scored , . P
C: “‘Hunte 8 2 114 42.16 “The Championships,” but it is oe mayen scored 141 and at the 34 not out. XI against the Rest, but owing | ridge than Eley ‘Grand
J. Greenidge 7 2 ‘ 57* 40.60 by no means certain that the Oi for the stumps Rangers were Boys’ Club took first innings to difficulty in obtaining suitable Prix’. It is water-
L. F. Harris 5 0 201 72 40.20 Wimbledon champion is now the %- TOF whe loss of 7 wickets. For head against Invincible. In this grounds tomorrow, this has been resisting, hard-hitting
A. Atkins 5 0 191 110 38.20 - best lawn tennis player in the Notre Dame C. Daniel top scored game the scores were: Invincible postponed. Meanwhile it is pos-) Meet ,
Ni GRE ois by 5 1 150 78* 37.50 world. with 51 and supporting innings of 400 and 99 for 9; Boys’ Club 135, sible that a return game can be and unfailingly dep »nd-
C, Blackman (Pol.) ... ’ 8 0 298 70. «=: 37,25 And there will be no clinching 26 by D. Archer, 22 by J. Garvey %. St. Hill 39, Austin 28, Selman arranged between the B.C.L. and able. Supplied in 12
Mi WEIR ahs Fi a5hinis vihaw Peau 7 2 182 147® 36.40 the matter of global supremacy ®"d 20 by S. Roberts were re- 2 for 49 and Crichlow 7 for 48. Empire Intermediates, and the gauge 24” length wich
4, Hutchinson 7 2 181 68" 36.20 until there is an Open champion- corded. J. Barker took 4 for 34 WNorwick defeated Starwick. Selectors have named the follow- { 116 emioen lh a
F. King ..... 6 3 107 35 35.66 ship, I suggest that this long- 1% 13 overs and C. Hinds 3 for Scores were: Norwick 87 and 49. ing players to take part:— g , f_ O%
C.. Smith 7 o 244 105 34.35 dreamed-of event is now more '6. Best batsmen for Rangers Starwick 20 and 68, Spooner 5 K, Goddard (Capt.), T. Hinds, loads and in other
We FAIMeP veces veers seen q 0 229 69° 32.71 than a possibility, were I. Agard (Busta) 22, W. fur 10 performed the hat-trick. R. Pinder (Rangers), B, Brereton gauges.
a: saa it 6:3. nie ; : i? aren Referee eae 18 and Pinder 19 not»out. Rain Stops Play (Greens), C, Rogers (Radcliffe), |
N Harrisott SUES 6 1 135 51 2700 Highly placed L.T.A. officials h the end of the day's play Doyle Rain stopped play in the B.C.L. Norville (Police Boys’ Club), L.|
N. F. Harris , 5 1 106 49 359 are on the committee for the had taken 4 for 26 and Cox 2 yame against Empire Intermediate Jones (Sydney) J. Farrell (St.|
O. Fields ... . 5 i 102 44 59 Wembley tournament, and the et a bas aca ream at Bank Hall on Sunday. ry (sh aie Keatinasls |
W. Knowles 5 0 126 "7 29. Association has provided’ E. Peres ow aot we » against The B.C.L, first innings was taken (Colts), Green ldadlesex) and cS
. g a Garfield Hughes as referee. eae and aad vr = ply from 94 for 5 te 127 Hinds scored J. Moore ere: os WATER RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES
x Four past Wimbledon cham- *0rkshire were 49 for the loss of another half century. Date of this game will be an- ‘GRAND PRIX” e “GASTIGHT” e “MAXIMUM” e “ALPHAMAX”
BOWLING pions, Fred Perry (Great Britain), = —e For Yormmine. are It was hoped to play a B.C.L. nounced.
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E. Atkinson ........ ; 55.1 11 132 43 10415 favourite is Pancho Gonzales, is 4 for 4 '® CALLING ! C <« %
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OR the 17th ncl month Mam Kevucdeville alive-, and friends Dollar Market Opetofor TVFilms H> RIlHrkl < \NM I L A BREAKDOWN Vnr \fipiiinlmvnl \ Dtiuphtvr C AR1R joins m congratulation,'7*.•*,*. the Dancins I" voyage -nd .oodactlnV Hou '. v tie %  Inch cliff Silvet of manufacfu..^ > Hf> ; r II1 "" 1 < !" gM Wl ** flown to Canada Some irduatnes lhat were hard America Nrxl? hli in the first part of thr vear But Ihis will only be -hr Marl k f.n l*"Her rewusts in the. The way Is open for the B.B.C. to Dnd\ make and sell its own films io The mammoth Easlman Kodak Canada and later K the (JnltM Company, for instance, report a Suites and any other countrv wilfe per rent drop in net enmiiiK* a TV system. r the 24 weeks ended June !5. A full operational plan lot ittnbutni II to two main causes wttlng up a British TV NM York The -i.s the war %  ed ii %  '•" Star ... lh" :-. %  %  %  taro-thtrd D %  I '.und find Sweden hiiv" larRor propordurtRfl ihe la*'. n %  %  r. .. .. %  %  :,!.-•-. is neen fli-^^ie STARS YOU emment. It all* vc-.Ir l..r !hi .. MtMK J.n P.t„, rhri Church nrt Mr.. GrSS D' llttliihiyiri? l/'-rr of ll..n s (;.,|, Shm Stav „ a group U p ., market whose value might) *| i into millions of dollars ^ Burk lo Svhool Ft* a Fete fktv* M' MJST1N SI.AI K wa %  mg ih* Otl Thurd.iy li *m\ Royal House. WEST INDIAN TABLE TALK % % %  I OMIOM J: LDfllON. :taln of the 1 %  Mm teen will make thirties a White Cft) on SepUinU'i'| 17. lie %  rr;.nguhr flocH.lit meeting betWW III uj -.-I %  rated by Ihe In a motor-launch, from Tow* ''. \ : "'' .Coiombe" Pier to Cniawlck. A most enjoy British Council Course able_ and_ interesting i. fl slakhMn, of Tr L peiseii.f Kiixgsion. left lAndon li* Brlsto; ill MonttM.v tO Jt'li-ml ii n tba Weal indies am the pan DMste la a student al Bedford College y .,„..,, m Iriod Hie maniia. voyi, opl ft* Ijsjpdon that could IKused to advance r U.2B3-f,.n Antilles" which U JPorl of Ixindou tdtlfl clucalion; economic dlfflbelne built at Brest for the r'rench Trlnlu-id's Albef Q .,s m the Waal | d London foi We I India .%  anaihe nek of people rron I Dean postponed fo, t least a da talks, paid a \H"tt to the Poll Into the town*. The imdings uf momh ii was announced in July „f London this w-ek l n ththe Commission!, ... Bra sailing from morning he taapeated awra h ouaai ti> the conference >n the second l.tlii.vie and Southomplon would built by Ihe E.i-1 India Corapaty day. One i>< the conclusion* — tober 3rd but tali data and was shown % %  >•-. ,' reached SPM that birth control is .:. be altered tentatively IIHKIIII ockfti rht I i aolutlon 1 iomlc problemi mboi ii. The postponement oatrtel carpeta and lea In the West Indsai i is due U ilelny in .l.-iiveis of the Mr. Gomes was also shown lbs day of the Conference (VU u-l tie "Antillea" in a slater binning ot vintage |>orl and mafic v..led entirely to the Union's alp -... the %  'Tiandre" She will ., UHU ..f ihe vnilta whan thojavi buaOwai Including (ha ah -oplacg the 28-year-old Dels -t TAOBUa April 21-May K M OCMDH •^ May 71—Jnaa 21 OAMOEft ^[ June 2s-July 2:1 LEO July 24A ai. 2t vraoo AUK J.' S,-pi 25 flLM STAR Eliiabeth Taylor, who expecta a visit from iii>%  tnrk In 'he near fntnre. %  Uk IBM I* •* !, y 'n I-aa Vega*. Hero %  ho tries the swimming pool at f\ popular rosorl Graaae and will supplement the spent BY THE WAY lri| %  rha By Beachcomber T ut' confident Ihere will be trips to Jupiter by Ihe year 2051 waa accompanied bj sorna i-eassunng news about in her mtci planetary hygiene. The rhiiu man ol the British Interplanetary Soei< ty (gae) ini..shadowed earth colonio wrapped in Cellophane-, floating In the rai tied atmosphere of Mars." Th each colony will keep its fresh.1 railway sandwich. Dr. Strabismus (Whom God Prc-ervo of Utrecht long ayo explain. it lands in S]>ef iiim 1. the uppei air by j,ilh magnetism, and Ihe spacecraft 9nm lumps OVOj it and goes OB %  What H all ni.ttrn* A CCORWNO 10 Strabunius Jupiter's humi lesul* Utton, as when atatsoaphiM'> absorption n the euuaWiUil aune of ih. ulaut during a mttxnmtni period nf 1ntaiK.11 the albedo %  i 044* re I) oh the > Is tha ihermosi.it 11 •nUar-ceUi ol UK nebulae, %  >( snuiller planets More one cannot nafcly say, Hat PC wondei i 1 ople want Id 10 ihe' 1 If, h.,„l.>, will IHluirruwi'ifONSIEUH KATH baa apooU I Women's hah anil exposie.^ aa thai ;iil you have Wttoa iluit t.. do to Bpeaa to .. girl ound bohind <• %  coompanleil lha side of ihe exjM.M-d c •u" a she i,j£".\" Mn icial evening rounded IT Ihe procec-dlnga LISTENING HOIKS %  1 ... 1 h:it over |h< other Car, while e in transit, lo tenae yon Thei Ulid you run again, alul :i I iUon of who ilrvs first o| %  j F this ledio 'Si its Will .... 111. '. the mouth dt cnob avaa, 1 fughtlully j Another laahl a roundei .loot tirhat I. V.' ,iiy: I"PI" Thr HW %  IJ p I* "' V > %  KlKl" I'., 1 in Hwini I if 1. m %  -, carriers m low 1 met.a. lo noMnlHM 'xotic, 1 pgaan, 1 house talks of iir head Will not L if |hi si am si MM Tlif ird-l.air Thai ought lo 1 'body look a Fathead iha .... OrrlM-tti* 1 % %  IS p 11. Radio r*ii#l IBpm r KtlO Thealra 10 OS T • -.. .. I I \.^I ... llasjoatM i.. %  p M Rupert's Spring Adventure—25 M %  I • '"" 10 to "< %  noppeil o hand i rfftp"becomet | | uaJ a .to know csittlj %  ad oasH quickly ii •' thf 'tole undei H., nan .• "*Pr aa you ass. d*ren t let you go. I awot fin %  he Imp. and ill ihom I've px i-ou." But as ihe drigon tug* hSBl i*!vtoward PontJ?ing'i 'wast ha doesn't roakar thai ka-I Imp. hav* bran watching S %  *-om ihe brasK-ha* of t trot. A SURPRISE STORE will he illors | ore for >ou. your family, vour frtends and . u' 1 H| ' PRWE *"d a great one l. what |li .11 about then It ill not be a surprise Vo beilm re cordialK to-da> al | A CO and i Invited tn inpopular Ihls "St|<; NIRPRISr:" which leadine Slore^—V K. WILSON thing you *ee or do will certain!, surprise vnu l r "r p k "* r ""tlnlng nuallty merchandise of ,our feLSS t"r *. V t n T V trnN >0 "'" tav P"" 1 wt ne .. feature ol < % %  (-.ii .SurprUe. i *..*a"T. 4,,vlr4 ' Iff U B '' '* lm "'"" rush, don | lUhi. don t lostle don't block traffic al the counter and entrance of ihe store: our eindent and courteous sl..n ||l lake rrr ut eier.thlng and will despatch >ou qalckO. and ple A xc lea*.arter you have been served M. thai others w in has e the *ame %  '!• .ma. .v. in, i. y UU rnjoyrd of dm 4 30 P.M -i.H is alr-ronditfon Our door open Basss then, off to rd nd there Is al It am. dallv likelihood il -hoes ... •opt. 24—Oct. as w BAOITTABJOa % Nov. 23— Doe. 22 CAPEICORX Dec 28 Jan. 21 AQUARIUS Jan. 21 Pob. 20 PlgOEV "ob. 21 -March £(> YOI BORN %  iring CAN m %  Bankha But you lUmtBh ihe pep and ^rrhitn-n to '• the picture. * * 1 ttttuda and sense of liming a i f.ne showing in essential mat^. : period 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pro*r ceed with positive action. * a—Take pride and care in each matter in Dpn'l neglect small things for the supposed "biggie." Can accomplish much l.-w-hiit-sure methods. JJf * • —Try to achieve but not to point of dis_ others, an angle that bears close T* watching now. Be efficient, exercise vour lalenls in exnert manner. • w * tension with cherry humour; It othera with more contented, sensi. bla outlook make, better time* for all. < * %  Ulka Btodk H'.w doe* vour outaI sfy you* Do you give 'excess!W f tipie to one thing instean of dividing time Study vourself # # 9 No tim to stand on ceremony, waiting on >V ethers t.i tell ^-.-u the answers. Analyre sih it's wrong oi right for you. what course mav be bettei L * w Look io aidant, lhe\mav hold some of I gains. You have • nd will to win IF vou wlH use • • • %  • %  : %  ,. proper treatment u> problems. i m ample forethought, you should bring about adequate return-. K"ep to gV -Thcrlule where possible • it -, restricting tendencies poinl to a ^^ Of wits and grit. Your Bbflll %  tugple and you can really ^^ if vou trv. Js^ * 4, %  train al what you can't handle-^ I don't know". Oti will get help Quickly. Mingle ^ with right nssorIntei. ^ * Looin tike a dag you have be"n waiting Jr ravoun Hnanclal and business gains; ^ alao pertonul affairs can swing into high. TUDAV: Fine managerial and business / your true sell to function without mlsk. %  profession, with ipmng. public speaking. Capable of unusual ^K %  late in life. Bb-thI U %  ml 1st World War; .I Si DatOC John Hollis M dali ol John J. Pir>hmg. Amenc II.-C. covi • %  %  • * * tllll TO-IIW ."> & S.:ill P.M. mill (onlinuine %  • t.l Ollt 411 TV LOBIS JACK RALPH ARMSTRONG TEAGARDEN HEEKSK8 •• %  •VI • %  ISI tunes •• JACK MAl.A BILL IH. POWERS WILLIAMS I'll IJ ( -'I. linns,ill'., ll.il.lill. lkT\ 72. Kids '.. priri *.','.'.'.'.'.-.'.'*'.'.•.'.'*'''.*.' '.-.^'-'*'-*-*.'.'.'-'^'.'.'.'..'.'-'***'-*#*,'.'.'.' N. E. WILSON & CO. PLAZA THEATRE* THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS III s|M HI) IVOI SI. B.1RRARI1S o .t Bmn S*l p BLUE SKIES rrea ASTAIFK BIII> DoWotaTl IILVBB i • i nnsss. Res Allan A i wan \ oi vnu i M Bo* OIST1N lAMTOWN %  rleh CRAWFORD i DREW WAKTIXY A pi asirr Penn? Rdwar0> A sOI TH or BIO Monte Hal* grsg, Giosbq I StMMI H Mil SS GOOUS PLAIN BEMBERC SHEERS Ivory, P.ch. rflue • %  M 1'HINTF.l) BEMBKRCiS exclusive Designs ., fi ,,1 PRINTED CREPES i, ,, .II-AIN SPUNS White Colours i HMMTEU SPUN8 ..'..'.".'•"* SI.M Also S1IA1!KSKI\ While. Pink. Oyster. Primrose. TorquOtM, A/ure $2.03 T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH Phone 4220 L YOUR SHOE STORE JOAN Oud^feCd -'fttfi/lfeM/gftc OJJ SM Juan PL4/A BARBAREES DIAL 5170 MOW .SHOW INC 8.30 p.m. & Continuing Dailv BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Hefnre Stuck tshkg % %  lire 11 SIB WMI -everal useful items in Household Hardware 111.-... inilude araCBPAMB, SB* PANS. POTS. HALE PINT GLASSES. SNAP GLASSES. JUGS. SALT A PEPPER SHAKERS. CITS & I URSaa, PLATES. TEA STRAINERS. CAN OPENERS ind sevTl nther Hmsmol.l) M ( ESSITIES 3^. 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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1932 CLASSIFIED ADS. mcnoait 1IM THANKS FOR SALS HnUiml bef -a Ml -ree.h*. raids npreesewaipathy with .1 motM-i Aaaelln* CUR* HI. look MtaM 1M. mare, Alb."' AUTOMOTIVE gM *^ l BOND U1NKAB *J >DwWt In pet i rostdilion IH ihs* leemam ....in .-! "••* leaving • %  land, toi inset"...!. 1 BBS. !• Jn leTWi-i Wat. i"'. w>' I* -II llMM %  ta-.aded lUr %  %  „! W.IV a* ih .1 )• i.i fa li %  -,., J..,,•. Lewi 1 i.l .mi. U.-tUiUI Clefteae AW dm !**.•>• Lea. Oi.v-t L~*ia 114 II IIU (he Mum inanh. I* Ail tnoee who attended inr i unreal aent "reai-ie. (beds, or %  .pressed thau .ympetnj IT u.-..ia -I oui Mi MMVHI Chariee Hlllmaa Convertible m >n > M 4.M* -ill*. Cel %  OS. SB* II S U ii . s.,.,., Malta) ., |) .....Ui.r r.i. AtladpB., MORRIS nxroitr) ihen IW mi'i o. jr Di..i Ob..'Usv O, I'. .. M. nri .%  ier bought ...rgei rage 1 II 0 :* * PI I UC SALES M \>i>;i# BEAL ESTATE HELP M.SCE'J.ANFOirS r 5* %  oa aatuid*,. bet-,.,. %  K BA r. li...i . %  ii v ii<> CRANF aoou %  IAIM ri...... ii. %  .i %  % %  rood a.td a pri.tr i The Hon i-mUn-t .. "-.IT a. itininf and living looma and u..,..l The above will be -.1 up far -alat i-.uiw CwsapeSMMa %  f%  IM Of lipunilm Ml al I i of the undersigned LAJUUNOTI.N At XXALY Iwi fix rilOVA.ll UK*" %  % %  al atsees a* %  %  IBBBBB1 bMiwi .. IBS* I.JII. .I..I.II. _!.! ',.%  III. .-..Illi rwhH and tela-ai-a**irna Rawer end I and u-cftaid IN MEMOR1XM ELECTRIC Al. 1 -in and I acca of paiAW m Inepectio|M> day ekee** Burda) Apply Wll ..ARKAiU) PICKUP AJtMH A.ODe JMMI Juet irteivad lualUtl Quant It,. t.-B rail' R r Mattel Co Ltd IIIU-I I i* l> • I "i. roplrte !..,, ... alll I %  flhaai A %  %  On Clrtftu-al Spraying saeCwln. with ll'NBIAW OTHII. Air Tank Aluminum SM.. od woikln* order pr.. Apply C Arthur hte.hri 1 HAUgL-SMiTH i IMITTU. Bndvt 9Uaat fh—a, <* • t 15 KIMMOUU 1 al BANK HAU. MAI. FliAD. 'at rartMt ol aulrdpca to Yi .-. Halnl MWha.1 JO aquarr f.at of land, m part < h h la uaad aa an oichard Tha i)tkrilm B ha>ia nataUii Oallrr; awln. and D-nui* toomi, -Braakia. a (I with ill... HKN1TURE 1 Mil IUM UOUSE3 — Fully furnwhad. I-to^ai. MM ;1 --t lini-SlIC Il4iihi.r TLOUOH — moa JOM MM SubMU Ptouati. Apply u w Fy rOFFICES OITICB-In our BuMMf In Urwar HliMid SUI Aiallahla from la-|nt>rr K R MuPla C^ (X.I 4tll H-VU FDIiATIO.WI QUEENS COLLEGE %  T %  radii i XSfd i.re !" I'IUMIWI Kthdj •irrmnnl watar ami rlr.li•i bKinu room In Yard Inapavllnn on auiiltr^uon t i' r Chaa FMkd Tha I'n.party will M M u| ., Public CaanpatltiMi at our OBUa Jamaa Itiaat. Brldfrtown. on F>lday Ittl H OUl -I' II • 1 POULTRY nUCKUNS—lO dav* Apply; Mr. Harold WJ ldar. Fonlaoalla or dl MISCELLANEOUS FARFX-Tha CMnpr*t>—afwt rarawl (aed it( Vitamin D addad Farak .hould I* aivan to Infanta tturtnd laathlnc and waanliur. A'h your frwrar or druitM t.ir 1-AftrX Prlra Mr tin 10 ff U :had i PI P ro riM LIQUOF LICENSE NOTIC'F i niiin n., naut and to lttl day .(IH.ii. i .SCd I YAIJ. C '"• %  n -ill I— Mag Court M 1 ... Wadna a da>. Hl'> dav of tapi ItaB. at II Urkk a m at Polica %  B .* W H(IDl>BH P.iiica Maai*liatr DLB %  11 • U—In B*T PROFESSIONAL TENNIS AT WEMBLEY l^-)NDON en oi tlai wurlOs top pro* will com. from September i in ilus year'a indoor tuhtpi. : WiinbUdon i hampion and on** of Amen. ca*B fot*fnot proCrsiloiKil ilBBli %  iio withdrew from the M'.nlHiKHifh KMirnainent Ut week A Joy Ride K.A.F. PLANE is In A Tank GOING TO FLY OVER THE POLE I By firHp Carlmk. %  I'OH Dl'NIIAK. II. UM,. -li l.tl NOW I know what I would do A Royal Air Fort* Llocoln. 1 wr,. ..n Army-BUocMd 18Ariea. la to fly over II.. var-old off on National a-rvlua. I ol.'. Huflight la ona of ilvr long' I would join the Royal Armourdistance tups to b* made by an, rd Corfa "nil be one of the knights < raft of the RAF Flying College, In armour who bath about la M.mhy, Lincolnshire. rcnlunon tanks — the The object is to ajve students hard-lulling, go-anywhe.c tjnks nd staff practical experience in winch are so nood that the U.S. long-range Hying and navigation is going t.> spend a lot of dollars in polar and near-polar latitudes. TO buy then lor the Allies. Arlea. commanded by SquadronIf you want to let off steam Leader J. T. Lawrence. AFC will I ,"' ^i^^& 1' '"r" "'•** U "*• " <" September S on the I 1^0 place like the cockpit or the ,,, |„ 0 f t h. North Pole trip— uii-lurret ol a Centurion for ,,, Keflavik. Iceland. doing It. 1 know. For I have lust „ „pj | eove u,„ r .,, ,. m iK^V . a£C! A^m , ur Pole on her way to the Hoval Corps Centre Bovinron. Dorset. c .„ alon A lr Force bat* M W.ouFlrat I watched Centurions on nQr4 Yukon firing practice They were crowed •„„, „,,„,_ of mor ,„,„ 3 B 2 ~ !" Ji. detachment from their „,„„ „ scheduled to lost I8'. regunenu. doing an instructors houra. course On the return lourney Arlea Accuraey will do the 4.174 miles from WhiteF.ITHKR stationary or at full horse ot Mauby non-slop. tilt over the bumpy ground their Three.'co-pilots ZZSZr W ~ ,'"^'^ C Th .'.„!il "••He Squadron Leader Lawderelict target tanks scattered rcIlc# Aries will carry three coabout the range^t distances varvvU n ,Wim Commander s U IMK between 1.000 and a.000 yards, g OFi: u„ 1<0 |onel E. A. took a series of direct hits from Bum ,, s Air Forrc both the hieti-veloclty. low traiectory tulkmu lt th college, and 20-pounaers. .. t Squadron Leadei W. E. Haan, the 1 began to •uspect that I .was ^ M B nvln|! medical officer, watching a picked demonstration Dr G C L. Bertram Birector team. But II was not so. as !.. „, hs ^,i, r^,,,, R^earcb lnallowed to find out for myself. w tute wl ii he a paaaengar. A sargeant-malor brought me • n nigthu. will be • ?•"-,; „ ove ^ h lh, ;r.K nuSTby two n^JS"i two "Have a bash : an! there lM ^,, „ VI „* to R( ixiuneyi rouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights it *-a'r* la-iliua out o'horta. Oat MB i aUaai nmd) at Ida B with • U rlalhta, af •ufl.-r from Diaalbeaa, | %  > latitiP-ally pti-i-ar .1 i I .Aba, Ha, JAKB I i-i.'.: 1 ,.l!v pi.,,.. ...Brd C.atoa. Huii-i J.ad* of I•.!..n Wiwahit fwadaj bjul (hjdjfhja. worry. •44a or ovorwork isay rraata an ii aaa ot bflda anrt pake* a haavy train an your kldnaya ao ILal tbay um. tlon poorly antf bawd holp to r|.t tlon" up In 1 p in on f i.,. i l<. %  f-.!...I rUpHllajj lop Maraa. Inal HOUaOLD ; ,i,. not l-old myaeil .^ %  ** %  -> % %  *• > ruynalil a1 do nut hold, i-iblr for in r nr mnyamm alaa • %  !' % % %  ny dr*l or dabw In tnv namr unlaaa .r, .irnrd b m* MOUI.TON IIOHATIO CHANDlJtB. P icar.. Rt Jatnaa i a | MOIRK SPOT TAt-TBTA Ju.t oinnrd iiodan, .had*. Bl inches v, idr H II >> I at KIRF-A1.ANI U. Swan Slraat rs • 5 in THI IIAIRAIIIK Ml Tl Al I II I Aaal RAN< i -in i> i. in-.. t OSWALD EVtllToN Ju-l %  fpfaifathM ii. il r n M ii vlna magi giant a SOTIl I'iw oble.li Ufa hat Dun -jinia.il (inif i.amnn iaa< wwaajl _. In,.-el • .riM win i H uking port. ( T he *TJ 7 3 %  r witlulrew Tt..m the Scar-| Joy-tIck of Pt iniffi ivi-nl t iftiirn lo Amrr-j Fire! i i .% %  mew raaa-ont. I Ml. i'i .llO '.-.k \.:JII.II>'' tl_.._l ,fc....II _!__ '--.I I wpa. twining my 6fl. 4ini. Into the drlrlng rockpit of the world';. t!L"?i. ht medium tank iVnd A corporal, look Inn more confident than I felt, crouched on the urmour alxn'e and bsalde me and Knve mr thp drill. The "ate-erlng one left. The clutch WM a massive bor on a spring made for he-men ituck up like the icolns. all flying to RCAF baiea NorthtTn Canada via Icel-nal SaniUrj Institute will be held in British Guiana from Std to Bth November. 1952. 1. Applications to take the.se examinations should be made on ihprescribed entry forma and mutt teach the undersigned nor Idler thaa "th October. I9S3. No upplicatlona received after this date will be considered. The fees which must be forwarded with the entry forma are aa follows — Examination for Health Visitors and School Nurses Certificate Examination for Sanitary Inspectors Certificate Examination for the Inspectors of Meat and Other Foods Certificate Examination for the Tropical Hygiene Certlflrab Sanitary Inspectors Half-fees only are payable for ri-entry on occasions subsequent to the first sitting. 3 Entry forms may be had on application. F. N. GRANNUM. Hony. Seety. It Treasurer. Butish West Indies Board of Examiners. Royal Sanitary Institute. Madlcal Department. Bridgetown. Barbados. ^ 8.9 52—2n for S15.0-I $20.On 125 0i> tlS.OH of twi. I PRESSED the butto u h wlM % %  -*> compete, QJO terse-power engine *• up flrat kick. Wo were Hobby KiKat*. 31.year old ur has also filed his entry. He la ii* of the sclert few to win all .ireo titles at Wimbledon. He did o in 1939 on his first appearance. KittS*. who was VS. singles irufessional champ mi m 1946. '47 nd • 49 will be making his iienrance in a Wemblev i...tup. ,1 tntaking part in lutle Donald Budge. Richard twho won the Scaiough loin iKiiiniii i %  •I'iincho" I, Han* Nusslein i. J. De Moa (Hulland) RotMrtJ and W. Moss :..lllll L.E.S. MUler Susgpended For '< CBfBl 'is i Mcntg.nal nd t Cam Balling Friday 13th 1 Lit Thr M v %  MONEXA" wi.l MC> Pl Dt.ri.lr nd Bt K.lla SalUag Filday If I .. II ... i si l: OBNIH ASSOCIATION .IMC ) Ceaeleaas. Tala Na • * i qg CO€b StmnuJvp CoCANADIAN atEEVICB IOI rsnniNii 'AHNCTA" STKAMr.ll — ii. Haa SStlt Auguat ItUl Ba.tamt.ri .. Wth Saptnt.bri loth October SBlla 11*1.la. M-I.es 31*1 August lath saptambar Iflth Bsptaaahsr ISth SapUaDbaa SCth Siptaenhar IBth OBeJeat Ittfi (ti-lobar IBtB October NOBTIiaot'ND ALCOA PPmaa" Due Baihatioa S-wtttnt • lM for St LawranN nsesr peela Apply —DA COSTA CO. LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE


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