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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Error 10.00 a.m.
Police Courts 10.00 a.m
Meeting of the Barbados
2 at British Council 4.45 p.m.
end concert at Ols-
rist Church 4.45 p.m.
> Cimema show at High-
land Pasture, St. Thomas 7.30 p.m.
British Council show at
Speightstowr 8.00 p.m.









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

\nd the Good that I can do.

ESTABLISHED 1895



DEATH ASKED FOR ACTO
PLANNED NAGUIB’S ARREST

— i Film | Special Laws For

his mental state.

The prosecutor argued earlier
before the five-man military
court that Shalabi—who disagreed
with the Government’s new land
reform scheme—had planned to
arrest General Mohammed |
Naguib, the new Premier, and |
Military Regent Rashad Mehenna|
and put them to death, Shalabi
Was accused of planning to en-
gineer the return to the Egyptian
throne of King Farouk. Death is
the maximum penalty provided
for,

Earlier in the day Minister of
State Fathy Radwan said that
special legislation was being pre-
pared for the trial of 62 poli-
ticlans arrested during the sec-
ond phase of Naguib’s coup.

Radwan said that investiga-
tions developing around those
arrested last week have already
begun. He said that the persons
mixed up in the enquiry are be-
lieved to have committed of-
fences for whith they can be
legally prosecuted.

Arab League



BRINGING with him a copy of the
first picture he has made in five
years, Charlie Chaplin arrives in
New York from Hollywood with
his wife, the former Oona O’Neill.
They plan to sail for England in

a few days. (Internationa! )

U.S.A. Was
Fumbled’ Into

Kore ar It was felt that Hassauna

FORT WAYNE, Indiana, Sept, 15, }Would streamline the league and

Dwight Eisenhower made his|Mmake it more of an international
first “whistle stop” speech on!rather than a _ regional body,
Monday at Fort Wayne, Indiana,|which was the principal com-

Meanwhile the Arab League
council steps in, electing former
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Abdel Khalek Hassouna as its
new General Secretary, and the
firming up of the Arab state’s
anti-Israeli policy was viewed
as a new phase of life for the

and told 5,000 persons that the!plaint against his predecessor

United States was “fumbled” into |Abdel Rahman Azzam,

|
the Korean war, The Korean wa Observers also believed that

is a war into which we were|the recent blast of Ali Maher,
fumbled without plans to win,”|Egypt’s ex-Premier, would do
Eisenhower said as a cordial|the league much good and that

crowd gathered in fair, pleasant|reforms would be initiated. At)
weather at 14.00 G.M.T. It was|its opening sessions Maher called | Ambass

the first appearance of his rear|the league in its present state
platform rail tour across 12 states. | “unsatisfactory” because of in-
“We must turn our hearts and |adequate co-operation among the
minds to a way to bring it to alArab states which “held self in-

close,” he said ; terest above the common good.”
Eisenhower also discussed Com- —U.P.

munism and the national debt.
“Everything vile which could
have been said against me has
been_ said by the Communists,”

Kisenhower’s
Risenhower said, “I ¢ d of
ewer} vile hoon’ they chil ine” “Creat Crusade” A

The retired General wore a grey
couble-breasted suit as he spoke Great Su nder
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.



11 minutes from a platform erect-
ed ar the railroad station







Eis nhower also spoke against
socialized medicine as leading to-
ward “assembly line treatment of
patients."—C.P. & U-P.. |hower’s “great crusade” for the
|Presidency has become “a great
W. oa: ; Surrender”. The General, said
of. Ministers The Democratic and Republican
ss Presidential nominees fired some
Returning Home | of their sharpest barbs of the cam-
From Our Own Gorrespondess:) ‘ference at Springfield, Illinois, and
_ LONDON, Sept. 15. | kisenhower ut Fort Wayne, Indi-
Mr. Gomes, Mr, Bustamante | ana, the first stop on his first
delegates to the Canadian trade
talks in London, will leave | Stevenson cnarged that Senator
home on Thursday via New York.! Robert Taft had “taken over” the
Mary. Mr. Grantley Adams left} turned it into “the great surrend~
to-day for the continent. er”. This “surrender”, Stevenson
eo s
General Strike

f | on Monday that Dwight Eisen-
/ Stevenson, tells too many jokes,
| paign—Steyenson at a news con-
and Mr. Raatagever, West Indian)“ Whistle stop" tour.
They are travelling on the Queen|General’s “great crusade” and
In Lebanon onlyin degree on foreign polices





; Taft meeting in New York last
week when they announced that



BEIRUT, Sept. 15. ! ’ —UP.
A general strike — eA
mier-designate Salfb Salam’s ef- . .
forts to form a new Lebanese Gov-| Eisenhower Ss

rnment began in the country’s
main towns Monday. The strike af-
fected Beirut, the nation’s capital, |
Sidon Zahle and Tripoli where
workers and others came out in
peaceful support of opposition de-
mands for political changes and a
fight against official corres,



Chances Imperiled

LONDON, Sept. 15,

- making his peace with Senator

PAKISTAN FOREIGN Robert Taft

The left-of-centre ‘Daily Mirror



MINISTER CONFERS _|¢*: ied a story of the Bisenhower-

Taft meeting under the headline

WITH SELWYN LLOYD —Taft's backing is called a “kiss

LONDON, Sept. 15, of death” for Ike.

the Foreign Office Monday. A_hower’s followers

; , ey sntin) Catholic mission church at Kiriku
Foreign Office Spokesman said the The Independent ee on Sulitay when F. 7 Rah —

said to havé been sentenced to
death by the Mau Mau. The Mau

meeting was arranged at the} ‘Times’ said “It is a further

request









the Senator.”—(CP)

12 NON-WHITES
ARRESTED

DURBAN, South Africa,
Sept. 15.
Twelve non-whites were arrest-
ed to-day at Berea Road rail whe
ur Durban for defying the
segregation laws by entering a
white waiting room The
The group was led by Ashwin
Choudree, vice-President of Nata!
Indian Congress which sponsored
mpa igainst the laws.—(CP)

tic





STRASBOURG, Sept. 15



nto Europe's first constitutiona



convention
The German Socialist delegatio



RADIOACTIVE EXPORTS of seven members boycotted the
ting following a decision of the
ply Ministry said today | Socialist executive committee in
on Sunday “iot to take part

LONDON Sept. 14 | mee





the largest exporter | E







yf tive materials for peace-|in drafting a European federation
f ses constitution. The new assembly
endir June, Harwel'| decided to maintain the same offi-
earct establis t| ce as the Coal-Steel be which

than 3,000 shipm

rp LT
fa Her

THE prosecutor demanded death on Monday in the
trial of an Egyptian actor charged with trying to incite
disobedience and rebellion in the armed forces. Raafat
Shalabi, as a result of a defence request, will be examined
by a medico-legal expert who will attempt to determine



ments,



Governor Adlai Stevenson said |

said, eccurred at the Eisenhower- |

they were in agreement on domes- |

destroyed or it must be aceépted,”

Home sections of the British
Press say General Dwight Eisen-
hower has gravely imperiled his
chances of becoming President by

| derence services and nearly

|bandy in case of emergency.—CP)

\5ENTENCED TO DEATH |

Pakistan Foreign Minister, Sir} The ‘Liberal News Chronicle'|
Zaffrulah Khan conferred with}said in its editorial “there must
Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd at! be disillusionment” among Fisen- |

of the Pakistan Minister.|to those independents who have
be Kashmir issue is understoor} been the General’s fervent sup-
to have been the chief topic of]porters because they believe there
the discussion. were fundamental differences be-
—UP. tween his policies and those of



| German Socialists Boycott
Coal, Steel Meeting

European Coal-Steel As-
sembly met at 09.10 G.M.T. on
Monday and ‘transformed itself

TUESDAY #SEPTEMBER



CAIRO, Sept. 15.

‘Guardian”
TellsRance
To Resign

dignant when Mossadegh

mally two weeks ago.

a een

i but secret role in we aeveiopment
i the settlement plan had led

PORT-OF-SPAIN, United States and British leaders

Sept. 14.
Trinidad Guardian, the
leading newspaper of Tri-

to believe that he at least would
Ibe receptive to the proposition
}Sourees intimate with the nego-

* tiations said that Mossadegn
semeul’ clue ous “ several months ago suggested thal

. | he United States and Britain
erage Bir: Eubank: awe cffer a new plan for breaking th®



to resign,

The newspaper's stand
follows the Governor's re-
fusal to publish the report
on the commission which
inquired into certain
“affairs” of the City Coun-
cil despite a three-week
campaign by newspapers to
force the Governor’s hand.
Sir Hubert promised to
publish the report before
he left for the United
Kingdom but stated on his
return three weeks ago
that he had discussed the
question with his advisers.

—C.P.

thought should be in the plan,
neluding international arbitra-
tion of the compensation issuc
rhich he later rejected.

Sources said that Mossadegt
promised while the Allies were

would try to prepare’ Iyanian
public opinion to receive it fa-
vourably. Mossadegh’'s ultimate

and British officials completely
disillusioned. They said Mossa-
degh’s strategy has them puzzled
and suggested three possible
motives for his action

| 1. Mossadegh had hoped to
{split the United States and Brit-

" °
New IFanian jain by suggesting a new plan.

| When this failed he rejected t

Ambassador “"#**



UNITED STATES offi
Monday that they have been
sadegh ih their attempts
Premier’s strategy in thé “Angso-lvanian oil dispute.

Informed sources revealéd that ‘Mossadegh himself had
suggested some of the important points in the Truman-
Churchill plan for settling long controversy. That was
why they said the American and British officials were in-
denounced the proposals as}
“harsh and impractical” when they were presented for- |

The frail Premier's important

dispute. They said that he even!
cutlined some of the ideas he}

drawing up their plan that he

rejection left the United States



16, 1952





=

Mossadegh’s Attitude
Puzzles U.S. Officials

By MICHAEL J. O'NEILL

ASHINGTON, Sept. 15



=
=
= ae

ls admitted privately on {

tymied by Mehammed Mos
so figure out the Iranian

Bargaining
With Iran May
Be Resumed

By HAROLD GUARD

LONDON,

Authoritative
Monday said that advices from
Teheran indicate that the bargain-

fy in the Anglo-Iranian oil dis-|

pute may be resumed and that the
Jran Premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh still means to make terms.

|
|



sourees on;

“The State



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT






Total Rainfall r month: One inca
and 42 port
Rainfall irington. Ni
t perature: 88.5 °F,
I est erature: 74,0 °F.
4 Barometer S$ am 29.9% (3 pw.)
29.852
TO-DAY
Sunri +. 45 a.m

PRICE : FIVE CENTS

NEW CLASS







A CLASS in session at the new modern Girls’ Secondary School which opened yesterday at Richmond.
Thirty-five children occupy a classroom.

ST. LEONARD'S MODERN SECONDARY
SCHOOLS OPENED AT RICHMOND

THE new Modern Secondary schools ¢St. Leonard’s)

at Richmond opened yester —Troraipg for children of
the 11 plus to 13 plus a sQ ve been drawn
from the elementary se oite®)





| f
Department \ The old St. Leong joys’ Sel at. with another
| torey added, is bein ied by the boYs> while the new
| pai 9? | building, originally b i$Wirjao-educational school to
Never Des void | house 700 children, is Qépe Qetettpied by the girls.

They said that Teheran reports;

| foreshadowed a note from Mossa-

degh replying to the British-)}

American proposals put forward
carly this month under the joint
enatures of Prime Minister

|

Winston Churchill and President!
Marry Truman. It was anticipated, |

he sources said, that Mossadegh's
note would take the form of
counter proposals seeking firstly
clarification” of the joint pro-
posals to restart the flow of
Iranian oil, and secondly for

2. The Premier found he di:}| Britain to discuss Iran's counter-

I N Y ‘k not have enough time to whip up
n Cw or Iranian support for proposals be-|

fore the Allies presented them.

NEW YORK, Sept. 15, | 3. . Mossadegh is aiming for 6

The newly appointed Iranian complete British surrender in hi
ador to the United States ny and will accept nothing

Allah Yar Saleh arrived on Jess%

Monday from Amsterdam en| United Sfates and British offic-

route to his new duties in tals said the plan did not involv®

Washington, Saleh refused to major British concessions and met

|/comment on Tran’s crisis but|Iran’s” demands, but included
; promised a full Press conference
'in Washington after he has had
{ time to review the latest develop-|the United States and Britain
made it public anyway in a move

Saleh told newsmen: “I shall,to bolster grass roots support

work to strengthen the ties be-| This strategy could be paying off
tween Iran and the United States.|Mossadegh and _ other Iranian) expect that Russia means to ris!
We are appreciative of the leaders have indicated they may

istance that Point-Four and at least use the proposals as

other agencies of the United basis for new negotiations wi
States are rendering to Iran. The British. —U.P.
people of Iran and the Uiited |
States have cherished a feeling of ° .
friendship for each other and this Jamaica Announces
perhaps is the most important! a
period in the history of our re- | Coronation Plans
lationship. I will try my best to
explain to the United States Gov- From Our Own Correspondent)
ernment the problems that Iran}
faces at present in an effort to} . ei
maintain its political integrity as! Government announced to-day
a faithful member of the United |that plans are being made for the
Nations. island to celebrate the Corona-
—uUP | tion next year with a week's
*. leelebration, highlight of which
{will be a military tattoo lasting

$ f .
Main Obstacle To ieee commitiae under Sir Harold

|Allan Minister of Finance has
j}been set up to make a full plan
\for the celebration which will
| LOWESTOFT, England, Sépt 15, jstart on Coronation day and end



JAMAICA, Sept. 15,



Korea Truce

Former Labour Govérhment| with the Queen’s birthday ob

| Defence Minister Shinwell said |servance.

90 DROWN IN DANUBE ACCIDENT

today that the United States re}
fusal to recognize Communist}
China was the main obstacle to &
| Korea peace. “In the long run |

either that Government ha to be

The agricultural workers’ mect-!
ing was told It is béyond the
power of the United Nations to]
estroy the Chinése government. |
evén if it were a sensible thing to}
do—which it is not.’ Shinwe!l
aded that Britain has nearly
£00000 men on duty in the

000,000 with military experience



|
'

NAIROBI, Keriya, Africa,
Sept. 15.
The poliee guarded a Roman

Mau, a native secret society, was
again condemned at mass. One of
the biggest congregations in
nonths atterided the service.

—U.P.

President. The group also adopted
the same rules of procedure

The decision of the German/
Socialists not to participate in|
Europe’s precedent of setting
new task was deplored by the del-
egates of France, Italy, Belgium
Netherlands and Luxembourg
who, with the non-Socialist Ger-
mans, make up the composition of

Although the plan was rejected,

aims against the Anglo-Iranian
dit Company Teheran reports
aid that Mossadegh’s note will

ve framed after the Senate and
we Majlis have concluded thelr

postponed meeting this week,

Authoritative sources said that

a note of this character from,

Mossadegh could mean the re-

umption of negotiations provid-'

ans ing that Mossadegh could satisfy
$10,000,000 in United States aid Vhis supporters that he intended ;

refilling the State coffers without
{engaging in an irrevocable com-
| promise with Britain and America,

There was no solid reason to

t flare-up in Iran by pressing the

overthrow of Mossadegh’'s

!| Regime. British officials are con-
vinced that Russia is satisfied by

keeping Iran just a sore spot,
—UP.



WASHINGTON, sept. 15. |, The Deputy Director of E

Department
McDermott,
his news conference

spokes-
aaa Chief Inspector of School

com-

olving the Anglo-Iranian oil dis-
that the State De-
partment never despairs
| clined
swer to another question he said

United States will have

it has more information on The



TEHERAN, Sept
on Saturday

in Western Iran over Me

National Unity Party who support

National Prosperity Party clashed
demon-
Govern-

said the clash was duc
the landlords.

—©,P.|to move out desks, After prayers| he had been shot by a man on

igitation by





» or what to db /It was not until
Mier 1) o'clock that some form of
gginisation. was noticed,

In s0me class roomg there were
lesksbut no be nchejggina even the

Department were present for the! A

ition, Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds

It. S, Jordan, other District Inspe
the | (ors and officials of the Education



ot | ing Head co 1ot answer
tcopening, and observed the children juerie regarding accommodation,
being “streamed” into their respec- \ll around there were signs of

de- ve grades, and the cla WTANBC= | dicordey



ments

ay* Mr. C. F. Broome, Headmaster While the teachers at the Girls’
of the Boys’ School was not pres-| School expresesd pleasure at bes
ent for the opening of that school, !ing in their new surroundings—

iabitalis tons eal nd Mr, G, C, Millar, District In- | clean and airy—those at the other

rerence between the great powers | ,
| until
|

peetor of Schools, opened the | school were dissatisfied with the
hool with prayers in the Hall. | condition of.their new s¢hool.
Advocate understands that
Mr. Broome has submitted his re-
ignation to the Department of}

MSducation, but. the Director, Major | Shooting Victim



. 7 \C. Gliindon Reid, yesterday, re~ A
20 Killed In Iran ce to comment on the matter Discharged From
Clashes !

Mrs. G. C. Griffith, Headmistress

of the Girls’ School, and her| Hospital

\ istants were . quick n are |
14 jranging the 20 classes of 35 chil-| pl, Riverton Legall of the
reported | dren each, This involved receiv-| Bridge Police Station, one of three
more than 20 persons were killed jing the children from the various! victims in a shooting incident on
clashes'schools, grading them and show-! Sunday morning, September 7th,
sadegh's\ing them to their class rooms | has now been discharged from the
news- | General Hospital.

the The situation at the Boys’ School; The other two victims, Hureil
was in striking contrast to that at| Murray, 19, of Hall’s Village, St.

the! the Girls’ School Te icher ind | Thon , and Laureston Hoyte, 23
hildren arrived to find desks and ‘of Hoyte Village, are reported to
benches stacked up in classrooms | be improving
ind workmen putting o1 plashes |
r if paint and wash here and there,| Cpl. Legall was shot in the chest
The} ; While carrying out investigations
|

Before the boys could assemble
n the Hall for prayers, they had | sequent to a report by Hoyte that

ind a “pep” talk by Mr. Millar, | Codrington Road
children and teachers milled about The Police are still investigating

/ ,the school not knowing where to‘ the matter
U.S. Bomb Warehouses #weeswaunwowuwwewwwes

On Manchurian Border

SEOUL, KOREA, Sept. 15.

UNITED STATES navy planes paid a return visit to
Hoeryong on the Manchurian
turned several warehouses and a power station into smok-

ing ruins
Fighterbombers from



the Assembly. “If the Socialists SEAMEN ON A SMALL RESCUE BOAT (top), pull aboard the bodies
come to power in Germany it will of some of the 90 persons who were drowned in the Danube near Bel



mean that the participation of al! grade, Yugoslavia, when a sudden storm capsized a river steamer
West Germany in our ork will Thirty passengers on deck at the time the vessel overturned were res
go out of the windc e Frenct cued. Several were reported : death. Cross (bottom) shows spot
delegate said | where the boat sank 90 feet from shore.

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the

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1

and

“Princeton” and
« ; ;
Bon Homme Richard” also hit an area only 40 miles from

Soviet Siberia in a dawn raid on Saturday

fighting of
Korean infantry-
attempt
Reds off Finger! %
South

‘ported that they shot down nine

The jet battle pitted | #
unannounced

announced
Air Force also announced | *
that allied fighter-bombers hurled | 2
a crushing aerial blow at Red in-|®

f tl aa
of the! tem sed eau ‘
attacked |S [his year the ‘Advocate’ is running
egained | 3% a Christmas Card Competition, the
ae results of which will be published in
pilot 4 the Christmas numbe.
jets | ee Competitors should note the follow
and } 3 ing points
over | a
| The competition is open to all read-
a as ers of the ‘Advocate’ and cards can
é ne be of any size or shaps
eh Cards can be made by any process

Manchurian Target
included an oxygen plant, alcoh

rope factory

|

(CP)

sypt Is No Asset
To Arab League

MONTREAL, Sept

influence’ they #3

5 Prizes will be as foilows: First—

; $40.00; Second—$20.00; Third—$10,00;

ictions |} d tw con ation prizes of ‘$5.00
lat aes eacl

various | A selection of the cards will be dis-

unwillingness to under-



personal

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ADVOCATE
CHRISTMAS CARD

COMPETITION

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painting, drawing, photographic,
etc





near!

| A competitor can enter any num-
ber of cards, but all cards must be
original work

Pe. ae ee



Preference will be given vo cards
with a Barbadian or West Indian
flavour and to novelty cards

PRR GN TR DS TES EE FONDA PATRI IN OM DU GE DN OR GR ON DE GE ON TEA DE GeO Og

The judging will be done by a
judging committee which will in-
clude the Editor. Their decision will

Ij
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and later at the Barbados Museum.

its

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CANS

the The closing date for the competi-
the f 1.00 p.r n October 31st; but
competito! in start sending in their

All eards should be addressed to

the Editor, The Advocate, Bridge-

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS



The Bottom
Button

By BEVERLEY NICHOLS


































Carib Calling

R. F. C. CATCHPOLE, O.B.E. Attended Conference
bee Adviser to ee M® E, W. BARROW, M.C.P.) wrether that eh
ment and Welfare, icf. the island . , ed ether 1a phenomenon |
by B.W.LA., yesteruiy morning from ee ek nn ae ae known as the English gentleman |
for Antigua and St. Putts. B.W.I.A, Mr. Barrow attended the|'S OF /§ not, a nice person to have |
He will also be paying a short Gomference of the West Indien about the house is a question
routine visit to the Leeward Bar- Association which I do not propose to e
Islands and Montser.at and hopes in these po. All that need -
to réturn to Barbadss early next ‘or . vil S “ cern us is that he is, indeed, phe-
month. = Smet a ee nomenal, That he has survived at
DMS. Returns sees Ae ES and her\all, after so many social and @go-

Suited Yo Win



. x two daughters were among ; San” Seni
R. J. P. O'MAHONY, the passengers leaving for Trini- papper ma “Foe, is nN
MB. ChB., Director of dad on Sunday. Mrs. Ward was . oo

only survived but managed 1074
retain his traditional elegance is)
more than a phenomenon; it .is |
a miracle, ,

Medical Services returned ‘rom
Trinidad by B.W.LA., on Saturday
after paying a business visit.
For Trinidad
Â¥ T, COL. G. S._Bridgeman of
the Firm of W. H. Watkins
and Partners Architects, Trinidad,
ft the island for Trinidad by
.W.LA., on Saturday.
3 To Join Wife
R. FRED GODDARD, M.C.-P.,
was among the passengers
leaving the island for U.S.A., via
Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A., yester-

to have left with Mrs. A. L.
Stuart’s Dancing Party and is now
accompanying her daughters who
are pupils of the Dancing School.

Savile Row is still the Rue de
la Paix of the tailoring world,
the Fifth Avenue of the male
sartorial universe. And though it
may seem an unpretentious little
street, it is in fact a glamorous
thoroughfare; down it, sooner or
later, walk the vast majority of}
the world’s greatest film stars.
The first one I ever saw there |

On Business
R. VINCENT GRIFFITH, City
Auctioneer, left the island on
Sunday by B.W.1.A., for Trinidad.
He has gone on a business visit.

Q.C. Girls Return
ISS SHIRLEY CLARKE,
a pupil of Queen's College,

) S turned ho on Sunda by|was Rudolf Valentino. H as
a on a holiday. He will be ah ne y_ by t i e€ Was |
ining hae wide Ge Ane’ Weill he B.W.LA., from Trinidad, Shirley}emerging from my own tailors,
remaining for a period of two went over with the Netball wearing a double-breasted grey
months. ° School Team and saw all the]suit that fitted him to perfection,

matches played before entering
the Queen's College Rangers’
Camp. The Camp ended on the
14th August and she remained
over for four weeks’ holiday.
Miss Lorna Inniss who also
attended the Rangers Camp came

Short Visit
R. A. W. PENNER, Station
Manager of T.C.A. Piarco,
Trinidad, returned to Trinidad
B.W.LA., on Sunday after paying
a short visit to Barbados.

“You have acquired a very
famous client,” I observed to the
old cutter when I went inside.

not go to the cinema myself.” A
significant sniff. “A very difficult

Journalist Here owian Friday afternoon by|gentleman, sir, if I may say so.”

‘(R, HAROLD CHAMPION, rain) fae os i rae” re
Journalist, was among the Transferred “Mr. Valentino? Why?
arrivals from England via Jamaica R PAUL PROUDFOOT of the The bottom button of his

waistcoat, sir. He insists on doing

by B.0.A.C./B.WI.A., on Friday it tip.” ‘He pated to. allow ie to

last. He has come over on a
business visit.
Health Reasons

RS. E. MURRAY of “Penrith”,

lst Ave. Belleville returned
ffom the U.S.A., via Puerto Rico
by B.W.LA., on Friday, She went 7
up for medica] treatment.

Royal Bank of Canada, who

is now transferred to the
Barbados Branch from Grenada,|8'@SP the full horror of this in-

was among the arrivals’ by formation. Then he Went on. "!
B.W.1.A., on Sunday. He is living told him, sir, that in forty yea
at “Acera”, Rockley,

Enjoyed Holiday
R. ROBIN FERGUSSON

to do up the bottom button of his
waistcoat. He paid no attention.
None.”

ADVOCATE

“So I gather, sir, though I do}

I had never known a gentleman |



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

You see them all over
Europe—youngsters on a
holiday trek into the far-

Here is the

tory of one, a secretary
of 22.

away places




For Tuesday September 16, 1952

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

* ARIES

Adventure
starts with

Exerting too much or doing too little is

‘ March 2:—April 20 wrong. So strike a happy medium. Friend-
the lift of ly day if you apply yourself and end com-
placent attitude
TAURUR 7 7 = ; *
a thumb April 21—M. 20 7 Our planetary indications similar to
P ®Y 20 Aries today. Push sanely vital business

By ETRENNE LYMBERY with least possible red tape. P.M. condi~ ge

tions lean to personal affairs, home.
GEMINI —No unnecessary criticism of those with
May 21—June 21 whom you work. How you take things is
important. Watch disposition and things

should click.
¥ ¥ ¥ *
Born before July 8th? Be more careful
of work and business affairs. Born after
July 7th, be mindful of courtesies, har-
mony, co-operation with associates,



really

INE words
Started it all I was
yearning aloud about
travelling across Europe and
moaning aloud about how
impossible it was these days
Then Verna, my friend and
room-mate—she is 21, a year
younger than I am — said:
“Europe ts ours for the jerk of a

xknwekr

OANOCER
June 22—July 23

ETKENNE LYMBERY
eatches her last London

thumb.” bus t x
bus before setling off on a LEO 7m. -heck expenses rell i
2 ; ‘ a ” R . ¥ —Time to check expenses. Look well into
z F om nat m vment I be gan to holiday that leads — she Jaly 24—Anug. 22 future commitments. Don’t listen to ques-
Plan for Adventure by Hitch-hiking. knows not where. ; ba

It sé@med, the more 1 looked at
it. to be the holiday I had
dreamed about: carefree
y mad if you Iike but
3 ting away into the indefi
nite distance with no dreary
fixed day of return.

Verna felt the same way. To
do it we had to save. for, apart

tionable
deals

quick-return schemes, uncertain by

* *

—May be confronted with obstacles that
seem big at first, could trip you if you’re
not careful. Just remain your calm selfi
you will survive and achieve, too.

were crammed
and the driver
front Cabin.
We intended to get off at
Nantes, but the torry broke
down, ana we did not reach
| Nantes yntj] one o'clock in_ the

with two men
into the small




VIRGO
Ang. 23—Sept. 23

io morning Naturally, the Youth
from the £25 travel allowance, vstel o. shut. So we stayed * *
we felt we had to leave some- in the lorry.

LIBRA

—Search for better opportunities; they are yp
Bept. 24—Oct. 23

about, during business hours, too. Be wise,
don’t tell all you know. Be tactful. Be on

thing im the bank against our
eventual return.

So for six months I cut my
cigarettes down to five a day,

With a circus

ROM -N . your toes! *
bought no new clothes. went Srideake suns hae M » -M
easy on housekeeping. “tee pe age F 7 rela er ia he es
Somehow We did it. The dis- deaux to a sun —No hurry or taking things for granted.

SCORPIO

drenched beach at Hendaye into







returned home on Sunday
from Trinidad by B.W.1.A., after
spending a _ holiday with his
parents. He is the son of Mr.
Wilfred Fergusson, Assistant
Attorney General of Trinidad and
Mrs. Fergusson.

To St. Lucia JO HOPPE, 19,

“Miss Chicago,”
R. MALCOLM JONES, Com- walked off with top bathing suit

“So what is going to happen?”

“I shall be obliged to cut his
waistcoat accordingly. After all
sir, he orders thirty suits at
time, and _ business is business.
But they will not like it in ihe
cutting room, sir. They will not
like it at all.”




mercial
K.L.M., was a passenger for St.
=? by B.W.LA., on Sunday
st.

representative of honors on the second night of the
“Miss America” preliminaries in
Atlantic City, N. J.(International)

BY THE WAY... By BEACHCOMBER

(HMHE invention of a trombone grinding of each grain of salt other story,
a “slides sideways instead until it is invisible. In the recent would make!
orwards” means that the musi- experiment in Bedfordshire, each J; i ’
eians on either side of it will have grain used was one-thousandth Eppur teak pletebe i
t@ sit further away, and the of an inch in radius, That is hope- HE wash of a string of pass-
bbing of a neighbour’s music less. Each grain must be at. least _ing barges succeeded yester-
be more difficult, half a millionth of an inch in Gay in imparting an almost mari-
trombone that slid back- radius, so as to penetrate the time movement to the Saucy Mrs.
was a dead failure, It cloud without changing its forma- Flobster. Mrs, Withersedge ran
merely bumped and bruised the tion. Even grains of that size will Wp on deck, crying, “We're afloat!
Player, who couldn’t retreat far have no effect, but as the We're adrift!” and she clung to
h away from it without scientists have said, “They will ® broken bit of taffrail as though
sing this hold. At the Nant- make the cloud look as if it igs the good ship were gunwale
h Festival a trombone on going to rain.” Dr, Strabismus Under in Biscay. An ominous
ls was tried, with handles (Whom God Preserve) of Utrecht rattling from below told of cabin
Uke a wheelbarrow’s. But there is experimenting with a fine- fixtures strained to breaking-
seemed to be no point in it, meshed net to catch clouds, The Point, and a boy on the embank-
musically speaking. It was mere- clouds are then released through Ment cried: “Ring up for the life-
ly a freak, like the electric ‘cello a funnel smeared with salt, and boat, Ma!” Mrs. Withersedge’s
which could be switched on to no rain follows, brown eye swept the horizon, as
Warm the 'cellist’s hands at win- though seeking a distant landfall.



Now whether you do up, or$do
not do up, the bottom button of
your waistcoat may seem to Am@r-
icans or to Europeans a matter
of comparative indifference in
this atomic era. They might retort
with Robert Burns, “a man’s a
man for a’ that.” Quite. A man
with the bottom button done up
is a man. But not according to
Savile Rowe, a gentleman.

and what a film it

vy

And to me there is something
endearing, something indeed in-
spiring, about this insistence on
tiny traditional details. It is part
of the whole British set-up, with
its veneration of so many ancient
customs which must often seem
to the visitor a lot of hooey. To
us they aren’t hooey. They’re .. .
well .... a form of magic.

ter concerts. Think this out Then the wash subsided, the Bis pemigiediy they’re a very
: OMETIME: § sentences Craft settled down in the ooze}difficult form of magic if jou

Basque Dancing ae a a icuer ‘dens with a creak and a groan, and/weren’t born with a knowledge
RITING of Irish dances, the raving fepactt pir panes times the conscientious caretaker satis-fof the rules, or if you haven’t had

somebody spoke of the J] have just read this:

fied herself that the Spice Islands
rigid pose of head and body and fact that this

? an opportunity of learning them.
were still as far away as ever.

The very In the little street of Savile Row

year’s plum

avis, while the feet do all the jg ; r . lang Rear-Admiral Sir Ewart Hodgson,}alone there are so many laws,
work. Basque dancing is often née Baas pbiers ae boned when informed of this incident, vetoes, hak, “rules and. restric-
like that. When the men form a disaster.” said: “I didn’t know the old ship|tions that it is a wonder that any

ciftele and dance the Arin-Arin, * %
the great dance of the Labourd,

had it in her to move like that.
‘ : Enter it in the log, Mrs. Wither-
their heads are held erect and HE uranium rush in North sedge.” “Aye, aye, sir,” replied
their bodies stiff and tense—but Saskatchewan recalls to me the caretaker, touching her fore-
they click their fingers above ee ong, eee I wes heres lock,
their heads. Even the vivacious then, trading wolf-skins along ppjg; i
fandango can be a very grave Hudson Bay. I used to come into Disillusioned
affair, Not so the Farandola, which Saskatoon to shoot it up every HAT is the maximum fine
isa holiday dance. The Seven time I made a strike. which can be imposed for
Léaps danced in the Soule is, , Saskatoon at that time was one kissing a policewoman? Pouting
again, a dance for the feet, with street with wooden shacks on lips under a peaked hat, Aunt
the body motionless. If you ask ®@ch side, and_a saloon run by a Hildegarde’s legacy untouched, a
a ‘Basque where his extraordinary WOman from Fort Honkatonka. I sudden impulse — is not the
language comes from (for no COUld shoot the liquor out of a moment’s bl'ss worth the fine?
learned-man has yet settled that lass at 200 yards in those days, “No,” says a boulevardier, who
question) he will tell you that and 1 was so quick on the draw| reports that “it was like kissing
it ‘was the language spoken by that I often shot a man before he| a stone wall.”
Adam and Eve. oe ae A ener ie. They
: ‘ called me oaring i 26: te ee ee eee
Not particularly useful was the only white man the In- CROSSWORD

HE whole art of using salt to dians trusted. How I loathed
produce rain is based on the Sheriff McGee—but that is an-

English gentleman gets dressed at
all,

Of course, if you are very noble
indeed, you can make your owl
rules, The late King George V,
for example, often had his trous-
ers tailored with the crease at
the side instead of in the centre.
Why he did so is one of the great
unsolved mysteries of history.
And the late Lord Alington, who
was otherwise in his right mind,
with no record of lunacy in his
ancient family, actually took to
wearing a made-up bow with his
dinner jacket—a crime whicn
Saville Row would regard as con-
siderably more reprehensible than
dining stark naked.



The rest of us humbler mortals
abide by the rules, which are
far too many to set down. We
keep our bottom button undone
We have always done so in the
past, and F hope we always do
so in the future.

‘The Answer Of Mistinguett

MISTINGUETT, still displaying made to
her fabulous legs at 80, was told match
that Marlene Dietrich would play £4,
the lead in the Mistinguett life
story, about to be filmed in Holly-
wood, “What, that grandmother?”
Mistinguett snapped. “Why didn’t
they get me to play the part my-

self?”
KEEP AWAY.
MOTTO of the week, inscribed
on.a china ashtray in one of the
souvenir shops in the Rue de

measure in cloth to
their mistress’s outfit at

SEVEN AT ONCE.

CURRENT scourge of France—
an epidemic of flying saucers, A
geologist claimed to have photo-
graphed one near Clermont Fer-
rand; air force experts wrote it
off as a weather balloon.

Flying saucer stories to end all
flying saucer stories came from
Dijon, It reported a squadron of |

_——————— A

KILL |

COCKROACHES’





Across
An historical bend, (7)

Stress the small
money, (6)

1
8 account of
U0 No Arab has one, (3)
1



Rivoli: Le f travail est chose seven saucers flying in a triangu- | snot arate ee an ‘WITH NEW
ers: aussi n’y touchons pas. lar formation. 18 HReyimen, (4) sting. (6) ;
(Work.ds a sacred thing, so we WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED iia R , d
* ve ule about upset gin. (5)
must pe ‘ —L.E.S., 1 Rotten sort of car ain. (6)
E RTE nus worthy ts outstanding. (4)
DR. PAUL, France's chief A Pavonrite Sandwich (dt Site cutee Same a)
coroner, has made a bitter at- avourite Sandwich 22 4 Who Rie ae
s regar OO highly. (4)
tack inva radio talk on owners By HELEN BURKE 23° Make it so I'd. recognise them
who drive their dogs by car to F aa eee . eae (6) 24. Recolleet. (Â¥)
ithe: oummdits of Paris and aban- or two rounds (four slices of |

Down

: bread), chop a rasher >
dofi them there because they do c), chop @ rasuer: of bacon. Adam was the first (8)

, Beat an egg with pepper and salt |
not w to bother w p : — ; 2
helideon, wih gihie mbes. some chopped chives and | 3: Pound right at the core. (6)
*: ake a handsome -Alsatian parsley, Gently fry the chopped| # To. the Services; a
5
6

: s bacon, without frizzling it in an prea (s) ee em
tied ujMputside the Gare de Lyon g_gin, frying-pan, then Siem in the Noablng takes is temtey. i
(station-for the South of France),

egg, t hich hh eI da 5 Potten ae stoney \s
ws . Y , to whic ave been added a| 7: Inclination, hardly a pias. (3)
A porter was giving it water. “It little water, and a tiny nut or so

Â¥. 16 may be Chane to Many a
” 3 >) . . :

haS been here all day,” he said. of butter, It will spread. Move | 17. No green wood includes firs, (4,
and itis nothing new. People jt about with the back of a fork, | 4% CryPtogamic lawn-spoller. (4)

find tHit they are charged half Remove before it sets and at once | "” “ 5o!¢ difference. (4)

their own fare for a dog. Rather spread on two slices of bread and

than pay, they go off and leave cover with the other two. Press

the dog at the station.” _ gently and cut each sandwich into
FOOTNOTE.—A dog _shop im four, The secret is to make the

the fashionable Etoile district to- sandwiches (to be eaten cold) with

day quoted dogs’ model coats the hot mixture.—L.ES.

SUMMER DRESS GOODS

Queer, (9)

What we make of anyone we
standing |

~
~

Solution of yesterday's pustie.— Acros,

1, Interest; 6, Nervous; 10, Claims, 1}
Allot; 12, Seen; 13, Site; 14, Enlighten
17, Tale: 19, Rave; 20 Arena, 21, Rea
22, Byre. Down: 1, Income tax, 4%
: 5, Evil; 4, Roman; 5, Bat.

toned; 7. Elk: 8, Solitary: 9. Riot:
ear: 16.

Snare: 13, Shrub; 15. 16. Ever
is, Bad





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And we were off, with ruck- int Satna nan tee Fe ate. SAGITTARIUS —Stimulating on whole, but be warned
sacks on our back and Europe yy the Rhone vailey, across to Nov. 23—Dec. 22, cainst risky decisions, hasty promises.
ahead. . Switzerland, Make proper changes in schedule, but 3%

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early

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Hitch - hi ng has been Swiss who was going all the way at a thi . ning
astonishingly We have to Bremen. We went too. pect something for nothing. *
in |} 2s, lz American The Swiss stopped for the te *
anky old trucks, a horse night in Kassel where ne nad

AQUARIUS Outlook doesn’t promise an all easy day

and cart... . @ room reserved in an note)
Our ft taste of living rough Once again we were too [a’? to
was spending a night in a barn’ get into a hostel so we oD
in Brittany—all itchiness next in the car. It turned 9ut to be
morning, counteracted by a wash our most comfortable nigb' since
in a horse bucket full of icy- leaving England!
‘old water, and our humour Anead. we hope are more
r rec y cream for breakfast. travels. Tough? A tle Bur
Our lift from Brittany was in £ would not change piaces with
a lorry carrying bullocks. We anyone right n

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Queen Narriman To Have Examination

stay in Switzerland for two weeks,
The spokes-




Hill, railway tycoon;

ROME, Sept. 15. |

Ex-Queen Narriman of Egypt is
enroute to Lausanne, Switzerland,
to be examined by a riigay see yrd
alian

Italian radio said,
man denied reports that Narri-
man is expecting another baby.
The examination she is to have in
Lausanne is for a minor disorder
from which she had suffered ever
since the birth of her first son,
seven month sold King Fuad II.

a post-natal disorder,

radio said on Monday. 4
A spokesman for former King

Farouk of Egypt said that Nat i=

man, who left the Isle of Capri

early on Monday morning, would __

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W. I. Federation Means Ne

Sure Economic

Footing

Essential

Frem Our Own Correspondent
PORT OF SPAIN, Sept. 12

BRITISH WEST INDIES federation is

than an economic project.

field, former Economic
Trinidad and Tobago told

Chamber of Commerce this week. real Oe as ae
ivic, Sheniied, who was Speak- meeting. On the first day of the launched yesterday by the ousted Fees Fee ree ;
ing on the ecomomie acpects of meeiing, Saturday August 30, the leftwiny leaders of the People.’ cd Heious in Havour—-
British West Indiés federation, at three ing men—John Galbar- National Party in a big Ward wn: highly autri “OV TENE
the request of the Chamber, de- ron, Irviox Dookhan and Ram- Theatre meeting. ait Bise.n re pop viete Witt
clared that such federation could persad Seebarack, shared the > ever mber of the family
not be politically successful uniess record $10,000 forecast—Red Vel- Known as the National Labour ; Ovaltine’ Biscuits area
t rested on a sure econom'e foun- vet+-Monro—the biggest ever (1 Party it is led by Ken Hill T.U.c. fla pone bevy het! sogey
; ‘ : a v bp —— ) e Tinest ingr .
eat oo oe Was no aoe the history of Trinidad racing. President, his brother Frank Hi!l i [ including a propottion Of 7
0 expect higher status merely by LC. Secretary ; > ‘Om — ‘ ' ih . ‘2 tL
the Seian of federation. Status It is reported thai they also won are y PhP a ago nas oo ¥ 7 4 on onl 7 food Sateen
and respect depended on the way $2,228, the bigges; forecast ‘paid eh » nee * members who wel NZ >» , 1st popular fooc ae uge
+ tonthintn. Adin ten : hondled yesterday, the third. day of the ‘xpelled from the party in Marc @ i which adds greatly to
a, nation's, attains “were handled oan. rane meeting. his year for Communist activi- o heir nutritive value and
afd this might or might not im- . i ng. : : les. Other . top ledilets of aie o deliciousies i
pfove as a result of federation, .Galbarran, of MeInroy Stre RIRC. duch “st e hey Melee x > '
In his view, though the natural CUrepe, about six miles from -C. such as Arthur Henry anc

resources of jhe West Indies were

few ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits forms

oe ; Be ~ his } cle for $52 to attend the nunists were not given top lead- fe a most satisfying and nourish-
ee Oat toh 10" 6h bes His share in the two ership in the new party pecanse e sure you ask ~~ ing meee ee
because skill and enterprise coulg forecasts is put at $4,000. The of experience, Richard Hart said nee
becouse ae Cade < aries ices tide. i halleved: play 1t the meeting when he made . ;
at Bis 4 k iene nas ieee’ ce nantes vwwong bid to have the National ked in ail re
Customs Union generally do, THE NEW ANGLICAN HIGH SCHOOL in Grenada which was opoied by His Excellency Sir Robert Labour Party declare in favour Si.

On the question of Customs Only five tickets were sold on Arundell. (In foreground, some of the former military hutments). of Communism as its economic er elenddele ¥
Union he pointed out one disad- the Dazzle-Dynamite combination policy. preserve their e e >
vantage to Trinidad. Trinidaa Yesterday which paid $2.228. e e crispness and

Customs duties, he said, were by wy EAR - Committee of 56 Members distinetive Z SCas me
far the lowest of all ‘the West ee wena « WwW n lean 1 fa a iets
: S g eae avour. : .
Indian colonies. This was a great The Trinidad Government, al- A committee of 56 members * © edie
advantage because it reduced |

pfices and costs in Trinidad, and
it kept Trinidad enterprise in
healthy competition with overseas

as “our joy and their envy” but ‘or Easter.
vw cen te Benes te *epreve te ues that before many months a buil
For fiscal reasons it was impos- of a building in Port-of-Spain’s ing would be seen going up across The party is known as the
sible to dispense with Customs

duties in the West Indies, The
colonies could not rely on direct
taxation or on sales and excise
taxes. The general level of the
Customs duties would have to be
higher in a Customs Union than
at present in Trinidad because of
the revenue needs of the other
territories. This would allow a
surplus which would be returned
to Trinidad, but which woulq not
be needéd as long as Trinidad had
its present oil revenue.

Mr, Shenfield pointed out that
Trinidad would gain something

uare J, Landreth, designer and super- =-"- The policy is announced as

from the t ; ; years when it was first noticed in ple will judge the school by you, In the absence of the Lord yisor, who’ gave entirely free ou: FAs et

it would have a free feld within the Dutch Bast Indies. by your manners and conduet. Bishop of the Windward Islands services, and Mr. Edward pe mtiN tthe. National’ Move,

the whole area for its industrial ,, Members of the Trinidad and Always remember that you go to who did not arrive by B.G. Air- Blackett, the contractor, and his ent tr 4. i ee OP es . OOP {

products. He spoke of the great Tobago Agricultural _— Society school not merely to gain a certi- ways from St. Vincent the pre agsistants. The Building Gom- Lees

danger of political pressure from learned this yesterday during a ficate—though we hope most of vious afternoon owing to a failure pjttee gave most valuable servic:

the poorer territories to tax the talk on “Newcastle Disease and you will—but to learn how to in the service, the blessing and gaye when it came to beggin:

richer territories in order to near" wy od L. R. Hutson, live.” oe ‘opine ot, for funds, but he oe any to Mi

ec s ivi Q eputy irector 0 griculture ee con mH. G. ote. say for them that they would stiil ° X ~

aa ao oe ee (Animal Husbandry). According i sopdrene from, all parts of the followed the receiving of His Ex- ef prepared to be ‘on hand to 7 angoes Stolen: BOT! LER’S >

colonies, to ne: aoe. the gistigs — ts nt pines Uig ‘wlan te oe yy a as a count any amount inwards fre: - ¢
8 i . . ound in ope, Asia, the “tate AOE ty: ati at the clos main Goor eT ing the undertaking of a remain- €

aie one Soe toa sh* poteor Eust, U-S.A., and Canada ang in function. Among them were Gov- which they passed through a inf {ie gan ieuth 8g £2 Fine Imposed

spread of enterprise and capital, the Caribbean area. Pontalets ee ee ~ S guard of honour of school Guides tonae Their “

Lut it was another thing for them ‘The Peputy Director said the pesiature. Representatives | of and uniformed pupils, and the Inscriptions clheir Honours of the Assistant

to try to raise their standard of giceas pie oe 4d Presbyterian shugches ima (andling of the key by Miss M. A later feature of the pro- Court of Appeal, Mr, H. A.

livi by milki fanart disease was found among common and Presbyterian churches, mem- A_ Bertrand, Headmistress, to the gramme was the unveiling of in Vaughan and Mr. A, J, H, Han-

Mtorfes y m ry this Tiana fowls and turkeys and added that bers of the Board of Education

impoverish them all,

much more

It is, indeed, no less than the
creation of a new West Indian nation, Mr

Adviser

Arthur Shen
to the Government of
a meeting of the Trinidad

Port-of-Spain, |

wa

said to have solid







ready committed in principle the
establishment here of a regional
virus-research centry financed by
the Rockefeller Foundation, will

wharf area for the purpose.

In Trinidad this week to look
over the proposed site were Dr.
Rolla B. Hill, Dr. Hugh B, Smith
and Dr. Wilbur G. Downs, who
comprised a Rockefeller mission.
After inspection they reported
that the building could be suitably
adapted for use as a centre.

NEWCASTLE DISEASE



“Newcastle” disease, enemy of
the Colony’s poultry farmers, is
highly communicable and _ its
virtue is “a microscopic form of
organism” extending to many

ducks and geese possessed a con-
siderable degree of resistance.

ee

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





W. I

= GRENADA’S NEW HIGH scHooL



At Tanteen Opened

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 13.

“THE future of mankind itself depends on the general

acceptance of the Christian
are, generally, the best fitted

values and Church Schools
to impart those values to our

children,” His Excellency Sir Robert Arundell said here
last Thursday afternoon in a speech at the opening of the

new Anglican High School

at Tanteen.

After congratulating the Church authorities and all
others concerned on their great achi¢vement, Sir Robert
also had a word for the pupils.

“You are the life of the school
and guardians of a heritage. Peo-

and of the School’s Governing
Body.

Covernor who turned the key and
declared the school open,

at Tanteen would not long hav
to think of the new High School

the road worthy of the G.B.S.5.

Among his many special thanks,
the Archdeacon expressed grati-
tude to the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel who
had contributed nearly one-third
of the cost of the new buildins
to the St. George’s Parish Counc!
for a large donation and a much
larger loan, to Government for
generous vote of £1,000 and
two families who had given
classroom each as a memorial
their departed loved ones.

Also to be thanked were M

to

scriptions in sections of th

building expressive of appreci

. Kehell, yesterda

Nation |

Jamaica
Gets Third
Party

From Our Own Cor





respondent

JAMAICA, Sept. 15.

Richard Hart self admitted Com-

were set up yesterday te build
party organisation in time for the
first Annual Meeting scheduled

Third Ward of Jamaica because
the previously announced United
Negro Party by one time P.N.P.
member Fred Evans on the Right
Party of Jamaica recently an-
nounced that Morris Parkins, a
political candidate in the previous
elections was not being active
enough or supported enough to
merit the title of a political party
while the new party is built on
T.U.C, Trade union strength and
an ad hoo organisation set up after
the P.N.P. split and known as
friends of the T.U.C.



confirmed a de-

cision of His Worship Mr, C, L



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Improved Economy Pigeons were also susceptible to hard time.” Then he added: “The one ing "hen Behe the o tion of special donations, Lacy Venveiea powder ie ie A NNOUNCING
Mr, Shenfield suggested that the the disease which was primarily more I attend these conferences ‘®™0T wells, the 36 oe Fholt Avundell drew aside a curtalis tion Hill, @2 when he found hi
economy of the whole area might one of the spinal system. the more I find the people are of oe ange ie Le e. —_ before | the audience in ‘Re ay guilty of stealing “ cask of man-
improve as a result if there was Symptoms of the disease, he re vainion, that Trinidad is a eae by Sie Arthdéhond and fey sat trees ihe” suai | gees valued $25 on July 80. The
Sito war feast Trinida ‘oe tnd” he” pointed out thet there "The Minister who was one of His Excellency, with Mr. H. E. L. trator Mr. Wallace Macmillan one 'M#"80es were the property of

a wider field; the optimum distri-

i ° ‘ .. Jordans Lane,

bution of labour by reason of could be mistaken for “Newcas- ference—the Hon, A. R. V. Rob- ving a vote of thanks, Colony’s coat of arms as a centre~ dans Lane

freedom of movement within the tle” disease, diagnosis of which ertson, the Financial Secretary piece in appreciation of assistance —Bustace said that she had hired
area and better distribution and was highly technical, He could was the other—said the meeting History Of School by Government and the Legislu-

location of pioneer enterprise,
It was not, he said, his purpose

were several other diseases which

not say exactly how the disease
got into Trinidad as he would alsa

the Colony’s delegates to the con-

was unable to arrive*at a decision

Hosten, Chancellor of the Diocese,

The Archdeacon gave a _ full

reading ““Arundell Hall” with the

ture; Dr. L.

A. Rapier a third

dasephine Eustace, a hawker of

Yearwood to carry a quantity ot
fruit from the wharf to her home





on the proposed change of basis ,. § , Ua “St. George's Hall”—in tribute to pn the day he committed the VERI-THIN BETTY —A watch she'll treasure
to damn federation, but only to have to answer how it got into of contribution from one of popu- [/story of the School, now in it the Parish Council; Mrs. Jocelyn offence and they had had an for its alluring beauty and faithful accuracy, ~~
appraise some of its economic other places where it existed. lation to some other basis 86th year after Government c Williams a fourth — “Williams argument over the amount he
features as coolly as possible. He One of the ways in which it f - ie for a secondary Memorial Classroom donated charged, He afterwards asked her
e a schoo

commended to the Chamber the

c that the population earlier. A golden opportunity he in memory of deceased of » bag of coconuts and a cask oi OTHER ?TODELS to $140.71 ,
See Baek ee teu ne Racemnul ceecceer eee basis was unquestionably the best og roe cee eee amily; and — = -: mangoes from a certain schooner Gents’ A Pal WRIST eetictiien

+} ; sic ~~ ago née ymultitudtnous efits like Archdeacon H. A. alton fifth “deGale Memorial j; the Careenage to her home and . r .
Indies federation, which states in where the disease existed. which Jamaica and the Jamaicans ‘

part: “Problems are never solve@
automatically by new constitu-
tions, but only by the efforts of
men to whom new constitutions

could be spread was by importa-

NO MILCH COW.
Hon. Roy Joseph, Minister of







Barbados and Trinidad, he said,
maintained

derived from having the Univer-
sity College and its hospital there
were sufficient for them to make



for girls some _ years

the time,

He said the Anglican authori-
ties could never be too grateful
to the Government for allowing





bv her husband, Mr, R. O. Wil-

om’—given by the deGale
1auily in memory of Olga deGale
who was killed by a flying bomb





whether she wanted him to carry

she told him “no,”’ Later she went
to the schooner where she had
ieft the mangoes, but did not find





15 Jewels, @ole. filled, guaranteed $81.60

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; Me ; in the last war. All but the first them, She asked him about 15 and 17 Jewels ,
may give appropriate powers and (Education and Social Services| the contributions they were at the School to be moved to Tan- mentioned were on the second them and told him that the mate
fesponsibilities which do not find that people at conferences present making on the basis of teen six years ago when Lamolie fioor on the schooner had told her he SEE YOUR JEWELLERS
exist ” . oe eee = 5 milch eee . House was deemed inadequate by with a final hymn and the jad removed them, he said that SEE R JEWELLERS nes
‘ cow. Returning from the Jamaica e said that one Of the changes the Board of Education and they yn; 1 Anthem the function he had taken them from the 7
LUCKY THREE four-day ,finance talks connected suggested would have meant an faced the problem of temporary Gaalweeniia to a close and per hooner and put them aside, He Y. DELIMA «& CO. LTD
Pe en teat with the University College of additional contribution of nearly shelter till a new building of their sony attending inspected the $60,- returned later for them and they ° of 1) oe
Lady Luck is certainly follow- the West Indies last Sunday af- $25,000 each year for the next own could be realised, He hoped 000 building were missing. : : ae
ing free young East Indian men ternoon, Mr. Joseph told Press five years from Trinidad and To- the G.B.S.S, with whom they had : 20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens
at the current Santa Rosa race representatives “I. had a_ very bago. . Shared the former milita: huts ,
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Tuesday, September 16, 1952



CONTINUITY |

ONE OF THE PROBLEMS affecting the
administration of Barbados which seems
most difficult of solution is the problem
of continuity of administration. An ad-
ministration staffed only by persons want-
ing to make Barbados their home is
unlikely to reach high levels of efficiency
since Barbados is unlikely to be the end
of the ambitions of those who want to go
far in the Colonia] Service.

This applies to Colonial Servants born
in Barbados as well as to those from some
other part of the British Commonwealth.

The problem is of first rate importance
because unless it is solved it reduces to
no avail other attempts to improve the
efficiency of the administration.

The recent improvements in salaries
and conditions of service approved by the
Barbadian legislature for example will
not by themselves achieve the end for
which they were introduced unless con-
tinuity of administration is achieved. And
this seems impossible of achievement un-
der existing procedure by which the
Governor and the Colonial Secretary
never remain in Barbados long enough
to ensure continuity of administration.

It does not matter how high the rewards
or how attractive the conditions of service
which Barbados can offer to its Governor
or Colonial Secretary, the holders of these
offices so long as they are drawn from
the ranks of the Colonial Civil Service
must always be expected to be on the
look out for promotion whenever + is
offered in some other part of the British
Empire. This is a perfectly laudable
ambition and it is natural that careerists
in the Colonial Service should regard pro-
motion to as high an Office as possible as
the legitimate aim to be followed.

But any layman can see at once that
this procedure, however admirable for
the careerist, is contrary to the best inter-
ests of the colonies in which a succession
of high-office holders makes continuity of
administration impossible.

Governing a colony by two or three
year instalments of governors is @ bad

enough system if there were no party
system of government to weaken the
effectiveness of administration.

But a combination of three yearly gov-
ernors and three yearly elections throws
the whole burden of continuity of Admin-
istration onto the Secretariat. If the
Colonial Secretary held office for ten

ears or even five, some continuity of
administration might be attained although
a change of governor or change of politica
party in power every three years ae
place a permanent strain even on hit
efficiency. Whatever schemes are workec
out on paper to give Barbodos improve
administration the actual working of thi
schemes depends on individuals.) ,

If governors are to be changedievers
three years, so long as Barbados is @ov
erned in accordance with its pr odt, ON
“stitution the character and interest maathe
governor must be expected to,tddriate
the administration during his toni as
proconsul. Continuity of Administratior
in Barbados will always cease during the

re of one governor and will be
quiesent for many months after the nev.
governor has arrived and is studying the

Tine of action which he will follow during

his interval between this governorship

and the next.

Meanwhile all the lessons learnt by his
predecessor will have to be learnt all over
again and by the time a genuine appre
ciation of problems has been gained and
a system of priorities worked out, the
procession towards some other govern-
ment House will have started.

What solution is possible? ;

Only one seems to provide a satisfac-
tory answer to all the objections which
may be raised. And it is in two parts.

Firstly the salary of the Governor of
Barbados ought to be paid by the United
Kingdom Treasury and should vary in
accordance with the private means of the
individual eee In this way a Gov-
ernor would freed from the many un-
pleasantnesses to which he is now sub-
jected by members of the House ol
‘Assembly who can display their antagon-
ism to a Governor by attempting to
control his purse.

Secondly, no individual would be ap-
pointed as Governor who has not already
had wide experience in other countries
in private or public life and who had
achieved distinction in his field, The
major defect of British Colonial admin-
istration today is precisely the continu-
ance into the present of an administrative
model designed for earlier years.

A careerist Colonial Service was bene-
ficial to colonies when political parties
were’ non-existent. Barbados has never
been a colony in the normal sense of the
word but is a very unique island in which
the individualism and Englishness of
earlier Britons have been preserved into
the 20th century and transferred hig-
gledy piggledy to the amalgam of races
who now inhabit the island. Methods of
administration which were never suitable
to Barbados at any period of its history
are completely lifeless and anachronistic
today. Unless greater attention is paid
by the Colonial Office to the problem of
continuity of administration the only
result likely to be attanied by recent efforts
to improve its efficiency is that the tax-
payers will continue to pay more money
to a larger number of officials most of
whom will continue to seek promotion
elsewhere. Money cannot produce effi-
cient administration. Only continuity of
service in the key posts which must be

filled by the best men.

NEWS FROM BRITAIN |

LONDON, Sept.

The Farnborough Air Show, the
Edinburgh Festival of Music and
Drama, the Radio and TV Exhibi-
tion at Earls Court have each
Grawn their thousands of overseas
yisitors. They have been special-
fsed shows; foreigners, well
pleased, have departed in admir-
ation.

Next year presents one of the
biggest-ever shows, an _ historic
spectacle of grandeur and pagean-
try—-the Coronation,

How welcome those visitors and
especially those from the Com-
monwealth! What a joy to be re-
minded of the community of states
dorming the Commonwealth. Here
in England it is easy to forget
that our community is made up
of men of all colours and religions.
So we want to see the represent-
atives of the old Dominions, the
men from India, Pakistan and
Ceylon, the Malays, Chinese and
Africans and all the other races
of the Commonwealth.

Many will go to luxury hotels.
Others will share the lives of the
average Briton. If they are not
satisfied, with our amenities, our
recreation grounds, our seaside
resorts, we hope that they will
say so. Some of us are not con-
tent with our own amenities
either. Nevertheless, we “rub
along,” we put up with the second
rate, we fing ready excuses for
laziness.

Bathing Establishment

In the middle of London’s Hyde
Park is the Serpentine, and part
of it has been converted into an
open-air bathing establishment,
It was the brain-child of old
George Lansbury, Sociaiist enthus~
iast who wanted better things for
the lower classes,

That bathing establishment,
which should be the biggest and
Lest in London, is a disgrace. At
one end, a short expanse of clean
concrete adjoins the water’s edge.
The remainder, though, is worn
end broken asphalt, gritty and
dirty. The “changing rooms” are
tents, and, on hot days we have
te queue up to half an hour to
cnter and, afterwards, another
fifteen minutes to collect our
clothes. To swim, we walk first
from the water’s dirty verge
ceross a muddy bottom. We feel
glad that there is a cafeteria at
all in such a place, even though it
‘s understaffed and drab; and we
join that long queue for a cup of
tea.

Continental capitals would not

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» - plays their native music, we ge
Hy L. V. JONES bxpty away. ee |

’ For the dancers lack the back- |
veople can no longer say “don’t ground of a warm tropical night, |
you know there’s a war on”. But and the pungent haunting scent» |
any other excuse seems to do noW- of - the east, They lack the |

adays. background ts and sounds of
And our seaside resorts! Our the east. Without them all, they
Ramsgates, our Margates and are like bright-plumaged birds

Southends. How dreary their orming
brassy, fluorescent - lit cafes, oe aud
each with its welter of glass top- ;
ped tables, its array of gaudy ’
coloured cakes. How loud but London's have lost 2
depressing their raucous “fun” familiar sight the crews of
fairs, where machines bellow their Ships tied up in the Thames will
mechanical laughter at you, and wait in vain for the row-boat of
crying children are dragged round Bert Evans. It was Mr.
till late at night. How tasteless Evans who out mail to ves-
their pubs, where bouncing tunes sels in the of London. But
remind us with remorseless jollity now Mr. Evans has retired and
arene jare “having a wonder- the Post Office will deliver mail
direct to shippi agents.
Packed Beaches The Thame bes had its own
And their beaches, jam-packed postman for centuries, and the
with people, whose holiday is position has been held by Mr.
long enough for their skins to Evans’ family for the last hund-
redden, but not to brown; who red and fifty years. He used to
venture into a couple of feet of locate the position of incoming

water, but not beyond their depfith; shj start!
‘who crowd the streets in Ray ap wat aa a oe Canes

: House jetty, would make a dail
thousands, their frocks or flannel y, ake a daily
ae —< sports coats looking tee Rnaen,: Brtége to
all alike; who make a day’s trip, ,
for a change, in a charabane to Pi ae raf Mr.
a similar resort nearby. the weather he Wh ae tenes
new tite Britis seas Wee = them. ‘They would. let down a
; ans y bucket containing their letters for

the people whom Commonwealth i
visitors will rub shoulders with if posting “end . drew up — S
incoming post.

they come out of their hotels, , :
They deserve something better, Since he retired, it

a little-under-



has not

the people, but they do not de- on possible to find a suitable
mand it. eeplacement.
They are infinitely patient, and “Cromwellians”

prepared to put up with it all— Unusual societies are always
and pay for it, because it is not making their mark in London
their tendency to complain, They And this week twentyfive “Crom-
are long-suffering—or they would wellians” met outside the House
not tolerate this monotony, rau- of Commons to commemorate the
“ but drab. enniversary of the Lord Protec-

ow we wish that our Com- tor’s death in 1658. Aims of the
monwealth visitors, with their Cromwell Association are his-

wide horizons, would express ‘
they don't emmy om. an me ine Tae tae Associa
01 ’ : 5 “
y lcddsen Art tion’s president, addressing the
~ re twenty - five members, praised
a —- the romantic island of Cromwell as the defender of con-
; a | i, eoene Anomeeeey of Bal- stitutional monarchy. And he
ae mungvl e t a. — suggested that the Coronation
: rt . procession next year should b
Cha tute ROL Eee” GueN Raed fe statin for slates
; € s cea. made, “for if
dancing is, so it is said, as good no Oliver Geedagiel thee’ wena
as anyone could wish to see. But have been no Elizabeth II. C.
their performance leaves us with well would have wished the
the feeling of all that is lacking. young Prince Charles well a
Despite the brilliance of their hoped that he would nak ota

put up with such a place. Herd fection of their orchestra which III,” Mr. Foot added

Give Me The Comet

LONDON.

Twelve years ago this month, a
few Hupricane fighters and the
frst of a new type of aircraft
called the Spitfire won a decisive
battle against the Luftwaffe’s
eir armadas and set the stage for
the ultimate defeat of Germany.

By the war’s end, the Hurricane
was already absolete and even
the mighty Spitfire had been
superseded by newer and faster
machines, powered by an engine
that was to revolutionise civil and
military aviation. The era of the
jet had begun.

At Farnborough, this week, the
public had a_ preview of the
airevaft of the future. And while
delta-shaped fighters whistled
through the air at speeds of over
790 miles an‘hour, I was flying the
last leg of a 20,000-mile trip to
Singapore and back in another
evolutionary aireraft—the de
favilland Comet,

Seven and a half miles above
ea level, with the Alps thrusting
‘heir snow-capped peaks through

i layer of cloud thousands of feet ti

beneath me, I tried to sort out
my impressions of what must
surely be one of the most fantas-
tie journeys in the world. Barely
an hour away was London. Be-
hind stretched ten of the most
exciting days I have ever spent.

There is, even now after nearly
ten years, a spirit of pioneering
‘mong the men who fly jet air-
croft. That was perhaps the
most exciting thing of all about
our trip. It was experimental,
and every man aboard was aware
of a sense of history.

Our Comet—one of the seven
now owned by the British Over-
seas Airways Corporation—was
on a training flight before going
into regular service on the Lon-
don-Singapore route. But, in this
case, it was the crew and not the
aireraft that was being tested.
The comet has already flown
either on normal service or on
flights such as these—over most
of the world’s major air routes.
And throughout the hundreds of
thousands of miles it has covered,
in almost every conceivable
climatic conditions, nothing has
been discovered to suggest that
jet flying will not, in the very near
future, become an accepted mode
of air travel.

In Service

Already the Comet is in service
on two regular air routes, and
others will shortly be in opera-
tion. There is nothing haphazard
about the introduction of a new
Comet service. Months of patient
and rigorous training precede the
first passenger-carrying flight,

The crew of our Comet, “Yoke
Peter’, were all experienced jet
flyers. Some of them had flown
Comets on regular B,O.A.C, ser-
vices to South Africa. But before
crews are allowed to fly jet-
liners over a new route, they must

«be thoroughly experienced in the
type of conditions they are likely
to meet Every airport along the
route is visited. And at those
where the crew have not pre-
viously landed in Comets extra
eare is taken to ensure that they
wre conversant with their vdrious
characteristics,

No serious problems have yet
been met, however, and the con-



costumes, and the technical per- under the ominous title of -

fy Konald Hoxall
miles an hour, The Alps look like

siderable amount of data that has a schoolboy’s relief map, twisting
been collected all over the world coastlines are etched on a grey
eoee = ca ee the air background of sea, and islands
most early expectations and proved pale) ected aan SE a
others to be unduly pessimistic. t

The Comet is not merely a mas-
terpiece of technical skill, Pilots, gradually gains height as the jets

‘ consume fuel and the load is
having once flown the | Come, reduced. And then, almost :

eight miles below, recedes at 490
During its cruise, the Comet

conventional-t: aircraft. It is there is time to grow used to the
the ideal Seance trots tae aie idea of being airborne, a slight
gers’ point of view, too, sensation in the pit of the stom-
Like Arm-Chair ach, too brief to be unpleasant,
The cabin, in appearance, is not indicates the beginning ot the
unlike the interior of an - wit ne Comet’s des-
modern motor coach. The seats, is still some 150 miles
described in tre Puomfortable ia an-hour before it touches down,
the world’, are at least as restful But already the
as one’s favourite arm-chair. And approaching at the same rate
since the journey from London to that it receded after take-off, and
Singapore, even by Comet, takes landmarks once again take on
nineteen hours—not counting time familiar shape.
spent on the ground for refuelling On the flight deck, the Captain
—this is an important considera- is in radio-telephone communica-
on. tion with the control tower of the
The first shock—soon to be for- airport, still invisible over the
gotten as other wonders crowd horizon. A sudden deceleration is
to mind—is provided when the felt as the air brakes are applied.
Comet, having taxi-ed to the end Then, with startling suddenness,
of the runway, “revs up” for the the earth rushes up. A slight
take-off. bump, the runway flashing fast
From here on, all comparisons beneath the wings, a gradual
with conventional air travel in application of wheel brakes, and

long descent,
tination

ground is

piston-engined planes becomes the Comet comes to rest, fifteen
irrelevant. hundred miles from the place it
Even in the sound-proofed left a brief three hours before.

cabin, the rising note of the four At Ease

de Havilland Ghost engines Qn the next 1

sounds like the buzzing of a mil- the caesl is aaaade Soni e
lion angry bees, Faster and faster this time the passenger feels
the turbines rev, until it seems completely at ease in the Comet;
that the brakes can no longer he settles down to read or eat a

hold. meal if in th -
‘And, just when it seems the fort of his own home.

engines must surely fly out of the Indeed, my most vivid impres-
wings, the Captain, out of sight cjon, after travelling 20000" miles
on the flight deck, releases the py Comet, taking off and land-
wheel brakes and the Comet ing seventeen times at airports
leaps forward, A lightning dash jn ten countries, was the com-
ame : pre See Sere Jet- plete unconcern with which one
. came to accept the idea of jet
a hia Switt, Rasy eR air travel. e '
e Comet’s climb is swift an The Comet does not travel at
easy. Settling back in his seat, supersonic speeds, But it does|
the passenger finds it difficult to eat up the miles at a rate that
yaiece ey weer * os om a should satisfy anybody. In fact,
ort °o e stratosphere at 2 in some re ts,
thousand feet a minute, fast, ewer ee wa

In a very few minutes the There are, of course, the men-
clouds are left behind, But it is tal and al effects normally
another half hour before the air- associated rapid transitions
craft levels off. By this time the from. temperate climates to
earth is hidden beneath a carpet tropical conditions. But when it
of marshmallow clouds or is considered that it is possible to
glimpsed only through a sky- leave London after an_ early
— — One is in a world that breakfast and arrive in Singa-
ew have seen. re, nearl,

At 35 thousand feet, in blazing hae for diets tho haan ae ag
sunshine, the sky above is a even after allowing for the seven
deeper and more luminous blue. and a half hours difference in
Outside, the temperature’ is time—the strain of jet travel is
around 50 degrees below zero, surprisingly little. Z
but the cabin of the Comet is a Nevertheless, the air traveller
comfortable 70 degrees, of the future may well think

There is no vibration at this that the builders of jet airliners
height. The liquid in a glass is can afford to take a rest—if only
as placid as it is on the bar of to give the ground organisations
an earthbound saloon, The noise time to catch up,
of the jets is present only when The time is rapidly approach-
one makes a conscious effort to ing—if it has not already arrived
hear it. a —-when a journey from Rome to

The Comet begins its cruise at London will be completed in less
about 35 thousand feet. The hum time than it takes to have one’s
of the engines dies away to a passport examined and pass
whisper, and the earth, seven or through the customs inspection





New Name For Capitalism

To The Editor, The Advocate,—
SIR,—I am sorry if my name
(or initials) appears too often
for some people’s pleasure in your
correspondence columns, and I
sometimes wish I was not so in-
terested in our local affairs and
30 eager to help towards improved
conditions. On the other hand,
i good many people, when they
meet me tell me to go ahead and
write again.
1yway, I must beg for space
to thank Mr. Sharpe for his re-
sponse to my invitation to com-

Our Readers Say:





describe the movement. They are
entitled “Communication — up,
down and sideways”, and “Pro-
gress — Sharing can mean Indus-
trial Peace”, and the latter, inci-
dentally, furnishes a possible
answer to my enquiry for “A New
Name For Capitalism”. Collabor-
ation does result in Progress—as

ment directly on my recommend-
ation of the modern method of
co-operation between Capital and
Labour. I was glad to have his
further illustration of its suceess- 4, Bias 2 “
ful application to the big ready- Pro as ‘Industrial Peace’, and
to-wear industry in the U.S.A. gress—sharing is not a bad
Once again we are assured that flame, though also rather clumsy
friendly consultation between the —like Co-operationism.

Directors of a factory or other Perhaps Collaboration is the
business and the rank and file best. 1 wonder whether, and when,
workers promotes all round good- S°™® big firm in Barbados will
will and efficiency. venture to adopt this new method
of Co-operation, Or a plantation
possibly, Perhaps this is the way
rr get rid of the bugbear of Cane

ires!

I wish also to mention that in
the current issue of Readers’
Digest there are two more articles

which strongly and convincingly FRANCIS GODSON.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

away, and it will be at least half-|-

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

THE GOLDEN VOICE
NURSERY RECORD BOOK

tells the story with Songs and Music on a gramophone record
to help you read it in the Book.

















3 Die In Charleston
During Hurricane

( ——





ADVOCATE STATIONERY
By NEWELL ROGERS PPOCPOC OCT POCO TOP POO TH os




NEW YORK
FOR days a 100-mile-an-hour hurricane

CPFE ESSN

LLL LLCS OO

COLEMAN .
like a bully as tall as the sky, has threatened | * aaa
cities on the south-east coast. oo
First Miami in Southern Florida, then Fort $ oo ae ee
Lauderdale further north, % vagy to ps anal
Each time, airmen using radar watched the x wee
storm draw back its whirling fist, edge out to 8
sea a little, and move on towards Charleston g MANTLES
(Pop. 70,000), in South Carolina. x 300 and 500 Candlepower
. . s a
is city is alittle London. It sent the first] $ GASOLINE IRONS GENERATORS





U.S. catton to Britain in 1784. Old brick
Georgian houses line its narrow streets. But
there are palmetto trees along the pavements
and the gardens blaze with tropical flowers.

Twenty times storms have brought disaster
to Charleston. Today; on the 65th anniver-
sary of an earthquake that killed 65 in the
city, the hurricane pounced.

Charleston was ready. Half of the city
was thrown into darkness, but the people

were in hurricane shelters. Only three
were killed.

AMERICA is more dominated by women
than any other country, writes author John
Gunther. Women voters outnumber men
and hold the balance at the polls.

And this year’s presidential election?
Already a number of women have talked
and written on the power of the Eisenhower
charm against the fascinating thought of
three single men in the White House—Adlai
Stevenson (divorced) and his two sons—
Adlai II, a naval officer, and Borden, a uni-
versity student. :

DR. GEORGE FREDERICK MILLER, a
retired professor, is on the last 145 miles of
aramble. He began walking the 2,050-mile
Appalachian trail along the crest of America’s
eastern mountain range last April. He is 72.

WHEN a night club band played “How
High The Moon” clients knew that a cargo
of drugs had arrived. Police made this dis-
covery in raids along the front of Atlantic

City, America’s Blackpool. ‘Thirty-four

suspects are under arrest.

THE Los Angeles School Board voted five
to one to withdraw from use in the city’s free
schools a handbook on UNESCO. Ex-Service-
men said it weakened students’ patriotism

in favour of “one worldism.”

UNESCO is the United Nations Educational,

Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

BIG PROFITS in the sky! Space ships,
suits, guns, and toys for children are being
made by 112 firms. There are 22 science
fiction magazines on the newsstands and they
are selling 2,000,000 copies of books about
supermen and _ robots. The New York
Planetarium has shown its “Rocket to the
Moon” programme to 88,000 people.

TOMORROW is the fiftieth anniversary of
68-year-old Clarence Derwent’s stage debut
—at Weymouth’s Theatre: Royal. He ran
away from home in London to get a part.

Derwent is proud of being born a Cockney
and stays British although two-thirds of hi
career has been spent in American theatres

He believes he is the only Briton to be
elected head of an American trade union-
Actors’ Equity. And he hopes to celebrat«
that 50th anniversary soon by playing Shy
lock on Broadway.

HOT MEALS from slot machines are nex*
The food is cooked, then frozen. And wher
you put coins in the slot an electric tube -
side the machine heats the dinner in ‘7
seconds.

FIFTEEN years ago Russian General Mik

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3 ft. e
hail Gromov flew non-stop across the Nort! S rin S
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Mexican frontier. Now he proposes a trans
polar airline from Moscow to New York. 4 ft. 6”

Mattresses

Coldly, America’s aviation men say such
a route would be ideal for research studies
of Canadian and U.S. industrial centres.

* * *

NEXT First Lady in the White House —

Da Costa & Co., Ltd.





tf candidate Adlai Stevenson wins the elec
tion — curtsied before the late King Georg:
V in 1931, She is Mrs. Ernest Ives Steven
son’s sister and official hostess. She wa:
presented at Court while her husband was .
in the diplomatic service.
“LIVERPOOL-STREET” said the sign ©:
a big red double-decker bus which pullec =n
along New York’s Eighth-avenue. 3
Conductor Ted Hearne issued real London
tickets, but collected no twopences. He was MEATS THESE ARE
giving a free ride to the last of 80,000 peopl Milk Fea Chickens EASY TO
who have travelled in three London buse: Milk Fed Duck
on their 12,000-mile good wiil tour. New Zealand Lamb PREPARE
Mayor Vincent Impellitteri made a little Fillets Muffetts
farewell speech. Tomorrow the buses rol’ Rabbits Geses saan”
aboard the liner Parthia to go home. Weet a Bix
* e ¥ Dressed Tripe J & R Bread
FURNITURE movers say most American: ||} 5Â¥*et Bread Cheese 14-Ib, Pkes.
who change homes these days go to Texas Beet Suet Fig Jam
California and Arizona. Reasons given: Bone Meal
Better jobs and weather. S 4
FOURTEEN Communist leaders wer DESSERTS
convicted at Los Angeles recently for con Custer Sone
spiring “to teach and advocate the violen']|| corn dtaeah'? Pin:




overthrow of the Government.” Amon:
them are William Schneiderman, said t




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have been the party’s acting national chiei Apricots re ‘
re

at the time of his arrest. Sentences will be Tenens had ee, gai 8,

announced tomorrow. They could be five 2 “Kam”

years in prison, or a fine of 10,000 dollars Just Arrived All Pork Product

88c. per tin
Product of Canada
Grape Nut Flakes

37%e, per pkg.

GODDARDS FOR SERVICE

(£3.570), or both.

HOME BREW is back. Basement brewers
make the staple but horrible prohibition |
drink because it costs them only 1d. a bottle. |
They have to pay 1s. and up for a bottle «
commercial beer—always lager in America.

Box Fish
Ufillet Biscuits
Sugar Cured Bacon

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

5 Vessels

Arrive In:

Port Over Week-end

FIVE vessels arrived in
included four steamships

port over the week-end. These
and a single schooner. The

schooner Amanda T. arrived in port on Sunday with 600
drums of colas and six drums of turpentine. The captain

of the Amanda T. is Capt.

A, Tannis and its agents here

are the Schooner Owners’ Association.

The Norwegian steamship Kim
arrived on Saturday evening from
Montreal with general cargo for
the island, including 303 casks and
141 boxes of cod fish, 1,918 sacks
of oats, 275 sacks of feed, 1.458
containers of condensed milk.
Other cargo consisted of canned
goods, pollard, wrappine paper,
footwear, handbags.

The Dutch steamer Hera called
here on its way from Amsterdam.
It brought the first shipment ~*
Christmas ‘ree decorations and
toys to the island this year. Be-
sides these Christmas items, the
Hera also brought 940 containers
of milk, 40 bales of oakum, 1,450
crates of potatoes, 400 crates of
onions, 1,000 cartons of bottled
beer, 100 bags of barley, 100 bun-
dies of smoked herrings, 30 cases
of wine, 20 packages of leather
shoes. Among this cargo it also
brought a quantity of hams, meat-
preserves and bicycle accessories.
This vessel is consigned to S. P.
Musson & Sons.

OTHER ARRIVALS

Other arrivals were the steamers
Scholar from Grenada and Alcoa
Puritan from Trinidad. Both ves-
sels brought general cargo to the
island and both have as their
— here Messrs. DaCosta & Co.



There were many departures
over the week-end. These includ-
ed the S.S. Kim for St. Vincent
and the Folke Bernadotte for Ja-
maica,

Other departures included the
motor vessels Caribbee and Lady
Joy for Dominica and St. Lucia
papeerers and the schooners
Tady Silver, Marea Henrietta,
Rainbow M. for Martinique, St.
Lucia and St. Vincent, respective-
ly. The motor vessel Cuidad Boli-
var which arrived here during the
past week also left for Jamaica
over the week-end.

HARBOUR BUSY.

The harbour was an extremely
busy place yesterday morning.
This was because there were three
ships in port, two of which were
unloading cargo and the other
loading, Lighters and their crews
were never idle and with the great
help of the launches at their dis-
posal, they were seen making their
way through the other craft,
laden with sugar, and other cargo
to the ships lying at anchor.

—

£2 Fine For
Wounding

A decision of His Worship Mr.
C. W. Rudder of District “B”
was yesterday varied by Their
Honours of the Assistant Court
of Appeal when they reduced to
£2-the £3 fine His Worship im-
posed on Clarence Clarke of Lead
Vale, Christ Church, for wound-
ing Eileen Harper, of Fair View,
in the same parish, on May 30.

Clarke wounded Harper with a
stick. Harper said that she work-
ed as a labourer at Searles Plan-
tation and Clarke was a driver
there, She sent her daughter for
her wages on the evening she was
wounded and her daughter
brought it $2 short, Clarke some-
times gave out the money and
when she went to him and com-
plained of the short money, he
took up a stick which was nearby
and struck her on her head with
it. The cut took four stitches.



83 New Pupils

Adniitted At
Harrison College
When secondary schools re-open
today, Harrison College will car-
ry a roll of 567, and Combermere

and Lodge School approximately
560 and 350 respectively. This

term is the beginning of the
school year for all secondary
schools.

College are taking on the great-
est number of new pupils of all
the Government run schools—83
Their present total of 567 is one
more than there was at the open-
ing of the jast school year and 24
more than last term’s numbers.

Combermere has arranged to
take on 69 new pupils, but there
will be a few extra pupils, the
headmaster said. At the begin-
ning of the last school year, Com-
bermere’s number was approxi-
mately 580. The drop in number
is due to the reduction of the pre-
paratory divisions from three to
two, There were 551 pupils at the
end of last term.

The number for this term is
not finalised because there has
been some delay from the De-
partment of Education in notify-
ing the headmaster of the names
of boys and the number of schol-
arships to be given to the school
with second grade exhibitions.

Lodge School will take on 40
new boys, St. Michael’s Girls’
School 47, Queen’s College 56,
Christ Church Girls’ Foundation
20 and Alexandra 26.

No Fine On
Overdue Library
Books Next Week

At a recent meeting of the
Board of Trustees it was decided,
as an experiment, to have a trial
week when it will be possible for
the public to return overdue books
to the Library without exposing
themselves to the usual fines in
such cases.



The Acting Librarian is seeking
the co-operation of the public and

all are asked to search their
bookshelves and see if they have
not misplaced library books

among their own collection. Kind-
ly have a good look and return
the missing or misplaced books to
the Library next week, September
22 to 27.

There is a record at the Library
of the books and the persons to
whom they have been issued, the
Acting Librarian still looks for-
ward to your ready and willing
co-operation,



33 Subjects

The Lodge School gained 33 Ad-
vanced Level subjects, and not
certificates as previously stated, in
the July, 1952 General Certificate
of Education of the Oxford and
Cambridge Examination Board,

“STREAMING”

lips
showed that the wire was stolen
sometime between September
and September 15.

HOYS





BARBADOS ADVOCATE .





HOUSECRAFT CENTRE f



MRS. H. G. CUMMINS (centre) is instructing a

class in Sweets

and Preserves Making as the Day

and Evening Classes opened at the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, yesterday.

Labourer Gets 14 Days

For Stealing Wire

“MY HANDS are tied and I am bound to send you to
prison for you have previous convictions against you,”
His Worship Mr. G, B. Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate
of District “A”, told Herbert Carter (32), a labourer of

Dayrells Road, Christ Chu

rch, yesterday when he sen-

tenced him to 14 days’ imprisonment with hard labour for
stealing meshed wire valued at £1 12/-, the property of
G. H. Moroukin of Bay Street-

Carter pleaded guilty of the
charge, but asked the court to ex-
tend leniency. Police Constable
Thompson, keeper of the criminal
recofds said that the defendant
had two previous convictions for
stealing and on the last convic-

tion was sentenced to 18 months’
imprisonment
for stealing lead.

with hard labour

Harbour Police Constable Phil-
said that investigations

14

Moroukin said that he went to

sleep on September 14 and left the
wire in his yard. The next morn-
ing it was missing.

CASE DISMISSED:

In the Assistant Court of Ap-

peal yesterday Their Honours Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell dismissed on its merits
the
Arthur

in which Lionel A.
of Two Mile Hill, St.
was charged by the
with driving the car

case

Michael
Police

M-2210 on Black Rock Road at
41% miles per hour.
limit along this road is 30 miles
an hour.

The speed

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
had fined Arthur 20/- to be paid
in one month or 14 days’ imprison-
ment for the offence which was
said to have been committed oa
June 4,

Mr. J. E, T. Brancker who ap-
peared yesterday for the defend-
ant submitted to the court that no
proper notice of intended prose-
cution was served on the defend-



AN ASSISTANT TEACHER “streaming” a group of boys who have been transferred from other Ele-

mentary Schools to the modern

Secondary School (St. Leonard's) at Richmond.

—(Story on page 1.)

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ant as was in accordance with the
law.
CASE ADJOURNED:

His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday adjourned until Sep-
tember 29 hearing in the case in
which Police Constable 189
Greene is charged by the Police
with the larceny of £8. 19/2 the
property of Police Constable
Lorde,

Mr. E. W. Barrow is appearing
on behalf of Greene while Inspec-
tor Franklyn is prosecuting for
the Police. P.C. Greene has elect-
ed to be tried summarily.

Yesterday Sgt. Murrell told the
court that after Lorde had made
a report that he had lost his
money in the Police compound,
he took a statement from Greene.
After he had taken the statement
from Greene, Lorde came in the
Office and Greene said “I am
sorry to hear you lost money but
I don’t know anything about it.’

He told Greene after, that
someone had said that he had
taken up the money. He also

asked Greene if he could search
him and Greene showed him his
pockets. In the right shoe which
he was wearing there was some
paper money and on opening t's

money he found four ten dollar
notes, a two dollar note and one
dollar note.

After he found the money
Greene turned to him and told
him to take it easy. He reported
the matter to Captain Parris.

To Mr. Barrow Sgt. Murrell
that there were
the statement.

USED INDECENT LANGUAGE;

said
no witnesses to



His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday fined \Elvie
Joseph a domestic servant. of
Nelson Street, St. Michael 20/.-
to be paid in 14 days or one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour for using indecent lan-
guage on Nelson Street. -

The offence was committed oa
September 15,

ON BOND FOR GAMBLING;

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday placed Venice
Grimes (21) a labourer of Bank
Hall, St. Michael and Clyde Al-
leyne (23) fisherman of Deigh-
ton Road, St. Michael on a bond
for three months in the sum of
£5 for gambling on Fairchild
Street on September 13.



Flying Saucer

A St. Joseph's resident re-
ported yesterday morning that
he saw a Flying Saucer on
Thursday night. He could not
get away in time and it col-
lided with his face. It appear-
ed to be travelling at about 60
miles per hour and from the
direction of his wife’s hand.

BLIND STUDENTS
PROGRESS WELL

STUDENTS attending the
School of the Blind at the Hurd
Memorial are making steady pro-
gress in training in chair rushing,
chair caning and basketry.

The school was opened in July
1951 by His Excellency the Gov-
ernor Sir Alfred Savage. Mr.;
George Scott who was sent by the
association to Trinidad for train-,
ing, is in charge of the work. He.
taught himself to read and write|
in Braille, in the short space of
three weeks. Not allowing hi:
blindness to be a handicap, he
helped himself in various ways.
He spent ten months in Trinidad

Walking Sticks

All the students at the Hurd
Memorial Hall are provided with
white walking sticks, so that
they can walk independently of a
human guide.

Mr. George Scott said, that
unlike all those who can see, he
takes his register every morning
and evening in Braille writing
from right to left. He also said
that any book obtainable from
the library he can get from Eng-
land in braille, which permits him
to read on the darkest night. He
also has a watch by which he
tells the time from touch.



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14 Students

The present number of students
at the centre is 14, They consist of
three females and the others are
males. He said that the rush seat-
ing class has been suspended
owing to the difficulty in getting
the rush. He said their not having
the rush keeps back an order for
rush bottomed chairs from Sea-
well airport.

One student has completed hi
course in Braille training through
private tuition. He said that he
is awaiting a set of braille instru-
ments with which to teach the
others in general,



MEETING AT PRESS
CLUB WEDNESDAY
NIGHT

At Wednesday night’s meeting
of the Barbados Press Club at 8
o'clock, Mr. F. A. Hoyos, Senior
filstory Master of Lodge School,
will read a paper on “The Life
and Times of Clennell Wickham.”
Everybody is invited,





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Green, Blue, Pink |
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Pink, Green, Gold, Blue
BEACH TOWELS
33 x 66 ........ . @ $5.07 Each |
22% 44 o. esesese . @ $213 Each |
WHITE TURKISH BATH |
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27 x 54 ..., @ $2.87 Each
BATH MATS
22 x 33 @ $2.04 Each

PAGE FIVE



New Session
At Housecraft
Centre

..A session of Day and veri
Classes began at the Housecraf:}
Centre. Bay Street, yesterda

Miss Ivy Alleyne is the ort®n-j
izer of the classes and Mrs, Edna
Scott is Assistant Organiser, The!

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Classes are scheduled to end
December.

Two hundred and ei
pre regisiered for the new cl
for subjects which include As
sorted Dishes, Cake and Pastr
Caribbean Cookery Adv
Simple Cutting ang S
Cake Icing, Advanced Butlerir
Smocking, Elementary Patt
Drafting, Simple Dressmaki
Advanced Dressmaking anv

Hendicrafts

To-day the second term of th
City and Guilds Courses in House
eraft will begin, The 20 student
of these Courses attend through- |
out the day.



St. Joseph Round-Up

Lorry Runs

Off Road |

A lorry, O.75, owned by Mrs.
L. Worrell, and driven by Kr
ger Bradshaw of Cocoan

Grove, ran off the road while pro- |
ceeding on Parke’s Road in i
direction of Cocoanut Grove
({hursday evening. Bradshaw 1
ceived an injury to his head, anc
Wyndol Collymore of Frizer
Tenantry, who was travelling «
the lorry, had one of his feet hu

Both Bradshaw and Collymo:*
complained of internal injuic
The lorry, after going off the ro
and ending in a nearby field, was
slightly damaged.

SWEET POTATOES.

A pleasing feature in some <«
St. Joseph’s districts last we
was sweet potatoes in a mode
supply, The price asked for th«
potatoes was five cents per pou!
but housewives bought = them
readily. English potatoes are |
ing sold at 10 cents per pound
some districts, 12 cents in othr

, and at 16 cents in other quarte

Housewives are always critic'si:
these prices, because there are
schedules to be seen in sor
shops



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. OFFICIAL NOTICE

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wD / & cicmsinialiiestichlpiebieieibcidiiunradiel naittiictlainiiainln. | { 7 or Pr ae Son 4 a BARBADOS » £ COURT OF CRANCrRY
REAL ESTATE | SEA AND AIR fe sane ve ae ee i orrnca an In pursuance of the eiiesiiae ae 1 do hereby give notice to ail —

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~ i Pe anmmnennntoche ——— ocnienee eit ' t @r interest or any lien or incumbrante
oS powdialienntonen Demand having or claiming aby estate, righ : a
BUNGALOW, at, Hastings on the r or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the eye
DIED FORK SALE always a breeze. Dinl 3355 ie hae &. Cone 7 Oyen. to bring kefare me an ateount of their claims with their witnesses, d@otum
11.9.52 -dn 71 ey 10°% Pr. Curreney 10 3/10% Pr. and vouchers to be eXanifned by me on any TueSday or Friday between the Hours
acne ape | ag ge i "PS Gexpons BAe Fr ot spoons cad 3 renee ite stiermoon tte, Magen OT an Hai
R 4 es p > Pr. ) ings, c . . that : ‘
Cami an ce Heppeen 3h Dese AUTOMOTIVE Black "Rock. and” at Bayewater, ‘Deacon Hr tame "| SHopped bn 24 Hours 5 Er scorzs sors eastc cecraine ein nots Sa, Banta, Ss
and Better known 98 wash Pan” The —emmtaippemvnmcemcmene 1 ain i seer... Guthinsen. Hutchin- | In Carlisle Bay 9 9/10% Pr. Cheques on | Seeeetrenes,. Saeeseee See sae a. pygs sy t the suid property.
tuners! will iecve his late reaidence.| BEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES — |°°" coat peemeien Demend vee et Pee te eS,
Westbury Road at 4.36 p.m. } Just received a new shipment including " a eman . . y NICHOLLS
© for the Westbury Cemetery. jue een Cea ““GRANE HOUSE” situate im the parish Pielieeg W, Baits lao ue Sight Drafts "Ye eon Pr : jee a WItLAAat THEROLD BARNES and
Meta Chandler and family. | JCouttesy Garage, Dia) #16. on Jot Saint Philip standing on 12 acres|E M_ Tainnis, Confident 1.G., Cyril B®’ | b/i0 Pr. Cable ; RC ree ete
R ies, Fd I ee a | ee gg Smith, Anita H., Latdalpha, D’Ortac | 3 oe Pr. Curreticy 77 6/10% Pr , ‘ an af thnk itnina dt sn ;
RAMAAS OA bbteube is. Alby CAD Hillman Conyertivie owner |, Th House contains six bedrooms. draw-|M.V_ Daerwood, MV. Ricardo Arias, wee *+ Coapehe 9/10% Pr Property: Ab5e SHAT oreo caer ose Rn ong lips tne oe aie be
Cempbel! The funeral leaves his late] driven. Only done 4,000 miles. Call]'2g-_ dining and living rooms and usuai| Amanda T . we Pr Silver Pr. anddenbaech Je acres One rood Twenty-three perches or there-
residence “Dorvilie,” Harta Gap; Has:-[ Mrs. Kasson. 0408. 11.9.58-—£0. 1 OO Scew telly be set up for sale_nt| Arrivals Be ither rete ee ES eee ; abouts Abutting and bounding on lands of The Mount Plantation on
ings at 4,30 p.m. to-day the nteceeneanearestencnneet ts y the thal ae rhe above Rates # Yands 6f W. W. Reece on lands of the estate of A. Chapman decease:
Westbury’Cemetery. Friends are asked wae oe phere Outord. 1950 mood 4 yam A Se ae ee the 7 | asta eeu s ig ol Byrne rn ; without notice. 2 on Jands of the estate of R. Chapman deceased on lands of the eftate
to attend. jeage: 19,000. excellent condition. | omice of the . DaCosta & Co. Ltd. > oe eae a eente of Thompson deceased and on a road over which there is a right o
Wilhelmina Ramsay (wife), Gilpin,] Apply Mr, Corbin, 5186 Office,8372 Home CARRINGTON & SEALY | $8 Scholar, 4454 tons, ff G Rend in your Cards fer the Adyoe — way to the public road called Black Rock road or however else the
Roy an@ Clyde (sons), Eileen 16.0.53—3n Lucas Street ada, under Captain Ro Myles Agente: . | Cliristmas Cara Competition wie " ch Sek Wath, bb foo.e n® may abut and bound Together with all and singular. the bulldings
Smith, Doreen Ward (daughters) . s2| DaCosta & © vies. Agents:-— | gip.00 first prize. See Advertisement it es oul ae. same th id parcel of land erected and buiit standing
16.959] CAR—One Hillman Minx 0-149. At oe RR Ale Ones aii) this issue UE Er Ae be wane aa ale | OF Len aie the abpurtenansés
———— | ovrtomiendl Pate, “Phone 91-74 | 5, | HOUSES ax mall houses on Cave| Trinidad, under’ Captain’ 8°" aulier | — a tn evgpiaally cause you to lose # oi puea: “isth July, 1952.
—“*) THIN, St. Michael. Appiy to Norman | Agents: Da Costa Co. Lita. : ; er ated 12th August, 1992 ‘ 4
IN MEMORIAM CAR—Austin 1951—perfect condition pee eee, ete eee 5S Hera, 2.214 tons, from Amster: "Dear, it’s time you knew musta wakes fave. apread wr we WiLLdA MS, ‘
Done only 5,000 milles $2,200. Apply 16.9.52-—1) | dam, under Captain De Haan. Agents: ¢ the world sg that now selen- / Registrar-in-Chancet
cichinieles es ———— J nckstein B'ros. ‘4667 “10.9 fein | S FP. Musson & Co, Lid. that four ou ¢ Byer? SV CO
HOLDER--In lovirig Memory of Bereste: = vas JEHOVAH JIREH, St. George, wit Departures ee Eg dy ter, warned ia |
f r Ww . m Septe rr 1B ey approximately cres © “4 a t diseases before it \s ;
Holder who @ied on September 15; CGAR—1050 Ford Prefect. Phone 4002 or | {PProximately 13 acres of land. ‘Hous ag he By Sg Rs
1946. office 3349 en 9.5217, {containing 4 bedrooms vwpstairs, toilc:| $5 Kim for St. Vincent. eas of teeth, bub alee chronic fheumc- |
In Thy green, pleusant pastures fec.; 22 Jaan bath upstairs and downstairs electri SS _ Folke Bernadotte for Jamaica. tism eS Sin ‘trouble. j
The sheep which Thou ho | CaR—wWwolseley 10 H.P., in good condi- Water and telephone, fine flower an MV. Lady Joy for St. , | j
summoned hence: 4on. Nearest offer to $1,200.00, Courte: kitchen gardens and orchard. 9 acres ¢f| M V+ Cuidad Bolivar for Jamaica. ; New i + Saves Tecth ee 8O9SSOD-
And by the still, cool waters lead arade Dial 2616. . 1.9 5 SÂ¥ Jcanes and 1 acre of potatoes Inspectio M V . Caribbee for Dominica, } fize American , -
Thy flock in loving providence. |= ; ’ -9.52—$n. fany day except Sunday. Apply E. Wi.-| Schooner Lady Silver for Martinique. ths ts new |)
er to be remembered by Constan’ “MORRIS OXFORD—169 Model in} {2S on premises 0. | ee et F oe { 10 DAY'S NEWS FLASH
Holder (wife), Darcey Holder (son), Mor | . eee Barker (step-son), Mubert Hold 11,9.52—6n ‘KINNOUL” at BANK HALL MAIN jooner area Henrietta for St mow and soo) { accept Cargo and Passengers for
(brother), 16.9.52—1r | a ‘{ROAD, (at of entrance to Yer. | bucla fecthe "Te , letter Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
eee cece i jaacbhaiatl pone Land), t at standing.on B. Toute shat itevidl and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
| van | 15+ square feet . & part of % 1 inst.
FOR MENT — ose Pie Sa" S ee wae fe |e une ang arenas * > Seawell Pare ne ars: | er
A Ea Bier Coon we The Dwel se contains Galler; bet tou while Waverat JOHNSON’S The M/Y “MONEKA" wid
a, erage 416, Drawing and Dining rooms, —- Breakfa: | ARRIVALS Oo accept Cargo, and Yor
ft 19.9260. |Room, 8 bedrooms (1 with dresbiny |"7°™ Venecuela: Jnany ‘ittaps and‘then heard of this new Dominiea, Antimia,
OE ea Te rrr = he 7 in = nae
Truck—4 : room and running water) — Pantry ‘ant SEPTEMBER 12. ~ Uiscovery Ameosen. In 24 hours after TATIONERY Nevis ‘and St. Kitts. Sailing
HOUSES UCK—-InteFnational Two axle ite aoe a poets lel B. Huizi, J, Huizi, B. Huizi, L. Major, M dvi their amore say guine had nt 5 18th inst.
{ }euek wits nal hep Me 2 Phone meena oa en Ro tem fsca. | F: Major, L. Major, G. Major, A. Major, Wise OTHERS advise i rr soreness in ru gouth ai u : sIBBONS STAMP ;
ipo ot ee : um, orae, “sgn, [led — Servite Fabel. in os 9 Wills, 9. Wilk, J. Mijsberg, N. Pena,| daughters to take Paradol, and = The were mien that oo. a TA UE 1953 B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS
Moorings, Nr. Prospect, % — Y a tee ee to the Tenan! |p Pena, A. wien u Petes te: Pens, thus save needless suffering due to I could eat the hardest of food.” s BIARIES FOR 1958 ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Partly futmished. Apply * | ‘The Property will be set tae fOr pate ee R. Murley, S. Murley and A Periodic pains. Scientifically com- Guaranteed ANNUALS FOR 1 Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
= a a ae ~ tyre by Subs Competition at our oer, From Trinidad: pounded from 4 ingredients, Paradol : : TAILORS’ see one
a id clactsicity, tl rol _ Fr Sas September at 2 p.m ae a. ote SEPTEMBER 14. helps relieve pain quickly —with no iro ho ;
water and electricity throughout, Frig —— = YEARWOOD larke, A. Fergusson, E Res adi Stee ann See zallen pur teeth to youl ip i
&c. Prom December onwards. ‘Apply: MOTORCYEEE; One (1) 5 H.P. twin & BOTCE, ¢. Barrow. L. Cuthbert bi lente disagre eabl after-« freer -& — a Toney back on return. of empty
The Rector, St. Joseph. 13.9,52—8n. | cylinder B.S. A. c¥ele. Good condl- Morris, J. Belle, K. Pigott, C. O'Neal, for headaches, too. The naam Dr. Don's take.e chance on losing yous |
SYMETONOM "at lava 7D manevinac 3 . Ae s, Sa SE eS ii ie Eveiyn, Cc. Drayton, R’| Chase’’ is your asstirance. 23 ring t . from 2
Bedroems each wiih 3 iter, —- - -— MOSCLIFF—A newly renovated thre: Sarter 3, depen pg DR CHASE’S eet 0:
Garage te te ELECTRICAL bedroomed house, all modern con-| 4" Bushell, W Mottie bY ; Y





veniences, standing on nearly three acres | Ward, and Am san;:.:
of land. irrigated for, Kitchen gardents | pro et, PARAD@: °o

GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6,000] near Paradise h Club. Phone 0104 sees
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OFFICES OnE. Just gooeived a limited quantity, | 52—4n. | wope, J. Parris, EB. Maty, ¥. Fr sad L. | asumte Quick Relief from Pain apeexs CANADIAN SERVICE
COOL AIRY OFFICE sP, with 11,9.52—t.f, LAND FOR SALE Scan! Trinlasd: tM



Secretarial and Business facilities, in th» (1) 7,812% sq. ft., Rogers Road, the Ivy,

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heart of the City. Offered to an av- ONE (1) Electrical Spraying Machine 50 ft. frontage. . ‘
proved Business person. Ring Mr,/}Complete with SUNBEAM Generawr | (2) 1/8 acre land at Eagle Hall. c a Lee % er es Yearwood, GOVERNMENT NOTICES | Sails Monttesl Sells Halifax Arrives Barbados
Gooding 8538, Aluminum Air Tank & Aluminum Spray] (3) 1 acre at Leong Ch, Ch, Robinson, © Ry be jogers, J. Jones, T i, .. 28th August Sist August 12th Septeniber
16.9.52—%, |Gum, In good working order. Pricé¢] (4) Several House ts at Worthing h Gonshios, ae ja, C. Sanabria, Jr., | "’ 32th September 16th September 28th
tne ji uasgnable. Apply C. Arthur Mayhew View, Ch, Ch. sh, Gannaiek, 7) Broce Py Tonsmen | 2) 26th September 30th September 12th
OFFICES—In our Building jn Lowe yo . J. HAMEL-SMITH & CO.](5) 3 acres at Maxwell Main Road, Ch fies at. Rnilo, armol and L. Molina \4 *) 10th October 14th October 26th October
Broad Street. Available from | 1+] b 1D, Bridge Street. Phone 4748. |Ch. Dial 2947. R. Archer enzit.| W. Date, L, Clarkson, M. Clatk TENDER FOR MOTOR TRUCK |
Bit aa K, R. Hunte * F Let 9.9.52—5,) [| Victoria Street, 14.9,52—2n. |) yy Gta seh, $4 inFkbon, einteees, ¢ . + > 4¥8% . \ NORTHBOUND
a . 9.52—t1 + ra - teh. Seeds fT. Crane, A. King, J. Kins aiacee enders are invited for the purehase of a For - ton Motor:
apenas sled eee SALE OF THE MOTOR VESSEL : : , ing, A. DeVaux . ” for St. Lawrence River ports.
(TOP FLOOR —— Synagogue Buildine, MECHANICAL sme appritia? ort Ot 5 on 00 toi| Prom feiniaes: Truck 1945 model. ALCOA PPritan” Due Barbados September 14tht
°. ames et. for offices 7a ¢ appraised J 000, no 7 ; z ‘
9 he we eee Wigs fos | GRASS CUTTERS cutting blade: |naving “been received for the Mott | Trem ep EMER eee 2. This Truck can be seen at the Pine Plantation any week Apply :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
cid. hun Apoiyutahinaon, a ee ee we 9.52—6n Wiehhee oF ha bene Rie oid for tho} »“Goivin, @. Sinith, By Smith, F. Smits, | day between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. or Saturdays | ee eae
: rs. 2 wo . ame . aa , = - 1
: , ~ “GRASS LOADERS—A_ thew shipment quce offers Bry te be submitted | in » ss oe ath Hs Boots, aa tween the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
sea envelopes a Tess el. ¥ , . os ' sa i =
WANTED due on 19th inst (Sept.) Dial 4613. Marshal in Admiralty, Public Buildings |“ Findlay, D. Maillard, ©. Maillara, 3. Tenders should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture.) . ..t¢oa PLANTER sails NEW YORK 5th Sept. arrives papeenrr
“ 11.9.52—6n. [Barbados and are to’ reach him on or | jj Maillard, g bailar, Go ae: Department of Agriculture and should reach the office not later than OaLnans at .
ae before the 30th ember, 1952. . are, 21, Termpte, |B pe s NEW ANS BARBADOS SER
|. |" REACHED — One Ainger. Sewind| “on te 1 Cutouee tae Mried avelope: | Smith, L. Hinds, A. Mamwee and A 4.00 p.m. on Saturday, the 20th September, 1952. |
Machine, good condition, price reasonable: | containing the offers will be taken tu | Skinner. Pe 10.9. 52-21 | A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS iith Sept. atrives BARBADOS 27th Sept,
“ HELP Apply Moses Gittens, Dayrell’s Road, of|the Court and opened there by the]. DEPARTURES ;
dial 3129, 16,9.52—2n. | Registrar in the presence of the Chies|*or Antigua:
Oa ~ | Justice. SEPTEMBER 15. VICE
IMMEDIATELY, Young Man as Sales-| TYPEWRYTER—One Corona Zephyt| Fon further particulars apply to; F. Catchpole, F. Smith, L. Hinds and P L] E N Ti E ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SER
man and General Office Clerk. Apply to portable Typewriter in sound condition, T. T. HEADLEY, \. Slaek.
Cecil L. Straker & Company, Spry Street, please apply “Office Equipment Service Marshal in Admiralty. For Puerto Rico: , ; ‘
Bridgetown, 16.9.52—1 1] Co.," Coleridge Street. Phone 5108.

13.9.52—8n M. Haynes, W. Haynes, E. . E.
ep enemas 16.9. 52—8 . Greaves, E. Adams, F, Goddard, W.
LADY STENOTYPIST with knowledite | satiimtiiditisieetetiedisiesditeibennaneccmen +

ae Mahon, M. Collymore, V, Murray, R ‘
of bookkeeping atid previous office ex o- POULTRY Po wae ts NOTICES Real fiitken, aed Re THE BAHAMAS POLICE

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Seventh Round In Cricket

In First

Innings

The first day’s play in the Seventh Round of Interme-
diate cricket matches ended on Saturday. At some grounds

there was bright cricket, but honours were again

vided.

The rain on Friday had the out field at some growhds sed-

den, but at the majority of
wickets.

In the Y.M.P.C.—Carlton fixture at Carlt6n, ¥.M.P.C. ~

the grounds théefe wére good

batted nearly the whole day to score 138 Fuhs if their
first innings with three of their batsmen: B. Kifig 35, K.
Branker 34 and B. Hoyos 27 being the chief s@0rérs.

_ Bowling for Carlton; K. Huteh-
inson took four of the Y.M.P.C.
wickets for 34 runs in
while the Carlton pacer H. Mat-
thews in 11 ovérs and three balls
took three for 41 runs. R. Gill
took two for 29.

At the end of play Carlton had
seored 35 runs for the loss of one
wicket with C. Marshall not out
seven and R. Sandiford not out six,
Empire has already gained a
first imnings lead on Spartan
whom they dismissed for 111 runs
in their first innings at Bank Hal).
S. Cave who scored 41 before he
was bowled by Armstrong, top-
scored in the Spartan first innings
with 41 runs, while the next best
score of 22 was knocked up by B
Blackman who opened with B.
Morris.

K. King bagged five of the Spar-
tan wickets for 43 runs in 16 overs
and one ball. Armstrong
bowled eight overs and took two
wickets for eight runs.

Empire 136 for 2

Empire at the end of play haa
replied with 136 runs for the ldéss
of two wickets with their opening
batsman Bernard Bourne unéde-
feated with 73 and F. Smith not
out 23.

At Combermere, Combermert
ba the whole day and scored
221 runs in their first innings
against Police. The wicket was
perfect and the schoolboys took
the opportunity to arhass a good
score. A. Phillips who went at
number three in the Combermere
batting order, hit an attractive 69
runs before he was bowled by
Sealy. Mr. Smith who went at
number six, hit 42 before he was
also bowled by Sealy.

Three of the Combermere bats-
men failed to get off the mark,
Ski r Denny who bowls medi-
um to fast, took five wickets for
36 runs in 18 overs and Sealy
three for 36 in nine overs. Grif-
fith and Morris took one each.

The Barbados Regiment playing
at their grounds against the Men-
tal Hospital team captained by
Knight, scored 115 runs in their
first innings on Saturday. J.
Brathwaite who opened with Allan
Ishmael, scored 32 runs to top-

score. Ishmael and A. Price got 2

16 each and O, Beckles 13.
The most successful bowler for
Mental Hospital was G. Wiltshire
ik three for 43 in 11 overs.
V. Chase, medium pacer, took two
for 20.

.

The Mental Hospital have scored
36 runs for the loss of eight wick-
ets; in their first innings when
stumps were drawn. Four of their
batsmen failed to score and their
collapse was due mainly to some
good bowling by left arm spin-
ner Watts, Clarke and Brathwaite.

Windwards have already gained
a first innings lead on Pickwick
whom they dismissed for 55 runs.
Windwards score 62 in reply and
at the end of play Pickwick had

scored 28 runs without loss in
their second innings.
At Boarded Hall, Wanderers

were dismissed for 99 runs in their
first innings. Wanderers had the
misfortune to lose the toss when
the wicket was eonsidered imper-
fect. The only batsman who show-
ed any resistance to the Cable &
Wireless bowling was H. Toppin
who went at number seven in the
Wanderers batting order and was
undefeated with 35 runs. Four of
the Wanderers batsmen did not
score. '

R. McKenzie took four of the
wickets for 18 runs and H. Kin
and E, Archer two for 30 and 2'
respectively. At the end of play
Cable & Wireless had scored 126
runs for six wickets with R
Croney not out 50,

The Scores:—

CARLTON vs. ¥ MPC. AT CARLTON

M.P.C. Ist INNINGS
L. Greenidge b Giil 8
B. Hoyos c Hutchinson b Gill 27
B. King |.b.w. b Hutchinson 38
K.. Branker c Marshall b Matthews “4
V. Lewis i.b.w. b Matthews 4
I. Burke c Edghill b Hutchinson 5
G. Greenidge b Matthews 14
B. Porter run out 0
H, Mandeville b Hutchinson 0
EB. Branker 1.b.w. b Hutchinson 1
R. Austin not out
Extras 7
Total . 138
BOWLING ANALYSIS

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Hi, Matthews 1.2 2 a 3

D. Edgehili 3 _ 10
R Gail Mh 3 2 2

W. Burke 7 2 8

R. Nicholsen 2 9
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ri Marshall not out ; 1
Hutchinson ¢ & B®. Austin %

R. Standford not out 3
Extra 1
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EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN. AT EMPIRE
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B. Morris run out os tae é 5
&. Blackman |.b.w. 6 King 2
C. Wood b King wmerheie «
S. Cave b Armstrong ...,...,. 41
C. Gittens c Prescod b Kir 12
S. Parris 1.b.w é a
W. Jemmott c Smith b Wilkinson 13
M Medford |.b.w b King 2
C. Skinner run out 4
W. Cumberbatch not out 2
H. Matthews b King 1
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Cc. Preseod 4 1 6 —
M Armstrong 8 4 8 2
K. Hutchinson 5 27 a
K. King 16.1 3 43 5
E. Amory 3; = 12 -
0. Wilkinson 5 1 7 1

EMPIRE ist INNING!
F. Taylor b Chase “9 4
G. Clarke b Morris oe
F. Smith not out 23
B. Bourne not out 3
Extras 2
Total (for 2 wickets) . 136

CoMBERMERE va.
COMBERMERE 1st INNINGS

J. E. Inniss 1.b.w. b Morris

R. Branker c Haynes b Denny

A. Phillips b Sealy ..,,.. p

Mr. Glasgow ¢ Niles b Denny

kK. Lewis b Griffith

Mr. Smith b Sealy :

L. Weekes sthbd. (w.k. Mortis) b
nny 4

W. Maxwell b Sealy

C. Sealy not out ‘

H. Robifgon }.b.W. 6b Denny

L. Williams hit wicket b Denny

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Extras
Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M@ R.
Shanhon 7 a 16
Denny 3 5 %
Haynes “4 2 5
Mortis 11 3 27
Carter 4 - 18
Griffith 12 1 36
Sealy 9 1 32
Pinder a=_— 4
REGIMENT vs. MENTAL HOSPITAL
AT_GARRISON
REGIMENT ist INNINGS
A. Ishmael b Todd ...........-.06. 16
J. Brathwaite run out ...,.,...- gees 8
Beckles ¢ Crichlow b Wiltshire .. 1

R. Brathwaite ec Crichlow b
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Total eat
BOWLING AALS :
oO. - a we
C. Gaskin 5 1 i“ t-
ne. 20.2 2 2
G. Wiltshire 3
V. Chase ’ 5 — 20 2
G. Archer 4 i

: 5 10

MENTAL HOSPITAL Ist INNENGS
Vv. Boyce c¢ Clarke b
M. Crichlow b Brathwaite
C. Gaskin 1.b.w. b Brathwaite ..
H. Wiltshire stpd. (w.k.) b Watts
C. Williams not out +>
N. Burrowes b Watts .....
C. Best l.b.w, b Watts ..
R hase i,b.w. Clarke ids
V. Todd c Rice b Clarke .....
V. Carter not out 3

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Total (for 8 wickets)

ls

CABLE & WIRELESS vs. WANDERERS
AT BOARDED HALL
WANDERERS Ist INNINGS

D. Alleyne b King 15
A. Seale b Matthews o
B. Skinner |.b.w. b MeKenzie . 9
M. Mayers ¢ Croney b Branker . 19
M. Proverbs l.b.w. b McKenzie a
J. Marsh b Arther 2
H. Toppin not out : 35
E atterson b Archér ....,....-: 0
J. Robinson § McKenzie 7
H: fi 2 eneie lke sees 0
5 ach BE Sects Ch Nb eeweeves 0
Extras ...... 4
Total .. 99
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o. m= 8. UW
H. King ’ 95 1 20 2
&. Matthews 3 1 2 1
&. Branker 7 3 17 1
&. Argher oan 3 26 2
rR. Me! ne oie 10 64 _ *
CA WIRELESS ist WINNINGS

Matthews c Patterson b Ramsay
m. McKenzie |.b.w. b Toppin
R. Knight 1.b.w. b Patterson
H. King ec Marsh b Leach

R, Croney not out ‘ 50

C. Seale stpd. (w.k. Robinson) b
Toppin 19
®. Robinson not out . oats
Extras é
Total (for 6 wickets) 126

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oOo. M. R

M. Proverbs 3 8
D. Leach . 9 2 ~ 2
ad. Ramsay 4 20 i
il. Toppin 7 38 3
\. Patterson 9 21 1

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PERCHED ON THE BACK OF A CAR, Maureen “Little Mo” Connelly waves
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with her newest tennis laurels

After taking the Women’s World

Championship in England, Maureen came back to the U.S. to win thé
national title at Forest Hills, N. Y., for the second time. (International)



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SECOND DIVISION CRICKET :

Central
Lodge At

Defeat
Vaucluse

The end of the first day’s play of the seventh series
of Second Division games found the honours evenly div
ded between bat and ball. One game was completed in 4

sintle day’s plew, Lodge having sufferéd defeat at

the

hands of Central at Vaucluse.

Two batsmen reached the half-
century mark, Peterkin of Pick-
wick scoring 57 not out, and Mr.
Hughes of Combermere 56. Two
bowlers secured more than half
of their opponents’ wickets, Wood
of Central—seven and Gilkes of
Leeward—six.

Y.M.P.C, vs. WANDERERS.

Y.M.P.C, skittled out Wanderers
for the meagre total of 52 runs at
Beckles Road, Chiefly responsible
for this small showing was O.
Burke who captured four wickets
for 11 runs, and V. Butler and L.
Brancker with two each for 3 and
§ respectively. In reply to this,
Y.M.P.C., have collected 176 of
which Butler made 44, Mandeville
21, and Edghill 31.
COMBERMERE vs, ERDISTON.

Combermere batted the entire
day in their match against Erdis-
ton at Erdiston to collect 205 runs
for the loss of seven wickets.
Good contributions were made by
Mr. Hughes who scored 56, Mr.
Sealy 48, Wood,45, and Skipper
R. Fields 27 undefeated. C.
Pinheiro and T. Blackman both
took three wickets for 51 and-56
respectively.

EMPIRE vs. LEEWARD.

In their match against Leeward,
Empire batted first and collected
140 of which Lewis scered 30,
Brewster 28, Beckles 18. George
Gilkes kept up his good perfor-
mances to date by capturing six
wickets for 51 runs. Leeward
were skittled out for 62, Kirton

taking six for 11, Lewis four
for 17.

CENTRAL vs. LODGE,

Central made short work of
Lodge at Vaucluse in their second
division fixture last Saturday.

Batting first, Lodge were dis-
missed for 55 runs out of which
Estwick scored 23 undefeated
Wood captured seven wickets for
26 runs and King two for 15.

In their turn at the wicket,
Centra! replied with 159 for four
wickets declared, with Hinds con-
tributing an undefeated 45 and
Weekes 35. Going to the wicket a
second time, Lodge did little
better by collecting 71, of which

Rayside made an undefeatea 37
and Mr. Timpson 13. Thus Central
were winners by an innings and
33 runs.
SCORES.
Y.M.P.C, vs Wanderers at Beckles
Road.

Wanderers Ist innings: —52 (O
Burke four for 11, V. Butler two
for 3, L. Brancker two for 9).

Y.M.P.C, Ist innings: 176 (V
Butler 44, E Mandeville 21, M
Edgehill 31).

Combermere vs. Erdiston
at Erdiston.

Combermere 1st
for seven (Mr. Hughes 56, Mr.
Sealy 48, Wood 45, R. Fields 27

not out; Blackman three _for 56, |

Pinheiro three for 51).
Empire vs. Leeward at Fosters

Empire 140 (Lewis 30, Brewster
28, Beckles 18; Gilkes six for 51,
Foster two for 26) and 5 for 1
wicket

Leeward 62 (Foster 17, Jordan
14; Kirton six for 11; Lewis four
for 17).

Pickwick vs. Foundation at
Foundation.

Pickwick 142 (Peterkin 57 not
out, Cheeseman 28, Hoad 28; May-
nard five for 12).

Foundation 39 for three wick-
ets (Mr. Jones 15 not out, Evelyn
15; Cheeseman two for 17).

Central vs. Lodge at Vaucluse.

Lodge 55 (Estwick 23 not out,
Wood seven for 26, King two for
15) and 71 (Rayside 37 not out,
Mr. Timpson 13; Shepherd four
for 10, Weekes three for 17, Wood
two for 12).

Central 159 for four (Hinds 45
not out, Weekes 35, Goddard 25,
Shepherd 23), Central won by an
innings and 33 runs.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY
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UNIVERSITY

TOKYO, Sept. 14.
Oxford University’s Rugb y
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to tour Japan, today overpowered
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WHAT S ON TOOAY p -. m. (••••.I* Km a Cou**.l Itfpg, .—. %  .. -—r> at Ohv 'hu.c* 4*3 pro %  a* -t Htffi **I P..1UI.. St Tnonu* 1H|B B lUsh Co.,nr:l h n • it %  ****•< BOO-.m fat *• n thai lack* *-<.tnc '..m.t ux wronaa that ntad mUlsam < 'i, (Miur. m the dlitassi nd Uw Oood thai t ran n Badrsiite. ESTABLISHED IR95 DEATH ASKED FOR ri'FSI)AVSEITKMUKR I PRICE FIVF. Cl ftSIWDAY S W£ATHM KK>H1 Total Katnia:i a lownib On* SMBI 74 0 T SOW (3 I TO-S *.Y 1 M •!• I 11 WHO PLANNED NAGUIB'S ARREST E,i„ 3 N .W R im \ Special Laws For I Mossadeghs Attitude \KU I%SS LANDING with him %  cop> ot the first plenum he ha> made in five year*. Charlie Chaplin arrives In New York from Hollywood with Ills wife, the former Oona O'Neill. They plan to Mil for England ir> a few days rreat General M Naguib. the new Prenuei .ind Military Regent Rashad Mehenna and put them to death. Shalabi waa accused of planning to engineer the return to the Egyptian It rone of King Farouk Death is axlmum penalty p for. Earlier in the day Minister of St.uFaihy Hadwan said that special legislation was being preiiireH for the trial of 62 poiitJeMrj irresled during the second phase of Naguib's coup, Radwan said that inveatignlions developing around those > IT— t ed last week have already begun. He said that the parsons xed up in the enquiry are behoved !.. hive committed offencca for which they can be leeallv prosecuted. Arab League Mennwhite the Arab I-eague mncll steps In, electing former Egyptian Foreign Minister Abdel Khalek Hassouna as IU new General Secretary, and the firming up of bhe Arab state's anti-Israeli policy wus viewed as a new phase ,.f life for the organization. It was felt that Hassauna would streamline the league and make it more of rather than a regional body. which was the principal complaint against his predecesaor Abdel Rahman A/uim. Oltserven also believed thnt the recent blast of All Mailer. 1 x-Premlcr. would do the league much good and that ould be? initiated. At, 'Guardian* TellsRanoa To Resign PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 14. Trinidad ..u.r.l.ui. Use leading, in-" opapci of Trinidad published a "Iron* editorial rallini on i Monday thai thev h| mnl by Muhaimn.'-i MM | sadegh in iheir %  ttenipli o >'< Iranian i II i;\ ;t; 'he .'. %  i ail dispute. Informed sources revcalet. lhat Mossadegh himself had, the impsrtfjnt points in the Truman %  Churchill plan (or scttlini; loru controvcisv That was why the\ ..;.! btUara thai he at least would %  kHiroes intimate with Us liaUons nlha ago suggested thai he United State mid llntaii. %  pi.in fur breaking th uspute. They said Bull M even utltned -ome of the ideas he lought hould be In the plar. niiudln^ internatlon.il i'on of the compensation issu> •hich he laiei rejeileH A CLAHH i Thirty Bve chlldr. at thr capy i irdy it Richmond Bargaining With Iran May ST LEONARD'S MODERN SECONDARY Be Resumed SCHOOLS OPENED \ T RICHMOND H> ii M mAkit Soure rromUed s-id dial rhlle the New Iranian Aml)assador In New York NEW VOIIK. Seit IS. drawing up thru plan that la would try to prspar* IsaiUan public opinion to rccciwH ' %  vourably. Mnvnii'i;li nl'.im;.t' :ejection left the United State, and British officials complatafc oisillu.Minie.1 Thay said Muaaadegh's strategy has them puzzled and suggested throe ios-lblc motives for his action 1. Mossadegh had nopad l'> ipllt the United States and Brlt%  in by suggesting a ne pla.i When thl* failed he n mtright 2. The Premier found he di 1 not have enough time to whip IIJI Iranian support for proposals be%  nre Uio Allies presented them. 3 Movsadegli Is aimuig (or %  >mplete Itritlsh surrender In hb LONIXJN. \uii '..ii.. "ii ices on •f.nl advices from %  Anglo-Iranian Mosfi.i. i.. that Ihe I i I'r.rniei Mnli.iTiimed Mnssareforms would be Initiated. At, Tll0 new iy appointed Iranian •omplete Hritlsh surrender In lib i&. 0 E* n J, 1 ^ to S? MiS"n. '!i < ^ Ambassado, to the Uhlted State country and will accept nolhlt .; feil^J".. l ^Sl* m -. ff e AlUh Y.r S.deh arrived onleaa __ im-.:itnf.nt' because of Inadequate co-oper:ilion .nniotu; the Arab stale? which held self inlereit ibora tha common good." —C.P. %  i.-Bb -tin to make ten "The State Ih-jHii hum/ i\ever Despairs*'* WASHlNiMtiN. BSM 18 %  t spoke THE IH-U Modem Bf chooli al : thai aran raporl ivsh.td... .II Mossa.: forward naturea or Prime Minister Chu chill and i i aH I \ lo-l m oil db %  rruman. It was anticipated. %  I that I S noes said, Hint Mossadegh'pgrtmenl rstrai dassvalri He dwouid tafta tha form vi I'nad hirthei comttttnl I Muntei proposals eeklng flrsth aotbai |Ui hi .ia.nl.-turn" of the joint pro-1 'l 11 ""' Un,,<, d Stales will have ai Richmond iho II plus to [3 plus from tha alt mei The old 8 added, ii I'.-in bulldinj house TOO children, i I lie LstpUty In: an, Mr K C M Tl dion" of the jolnl proaLs to restart the flow of i Itsruas Ira i "" f"' i""" hool with prayei in lb> H .11. ' r Mr. B Monday from Amsterdam e" UnlledTSlalea and British onV ..nil' to his new duties la ials said the plan did not invol Washington. Saleh refused to major British concessionand m-t i"mment on Iran's crisis but Iran's demands, but Included promised a full Press conference $10,000,000 in United Stat< in Washington after be has bed Although the plan waa rejected, time to rerkrW the lataatl davalop-I the United States inn Mr it., L OMtttl jinade il public anyway In a movlelata taaU newsmen "| shall to bolster grass roots suppm %  work to strengthen the ties beThis strategy could be paying oft, T ad 81 M %  ^'-idegh and olher Irani.. : appreciative of the loaders have Indicated they buy ii HI Paattl Four and at least use the proposals aa %  other aajaaelsg of the United basis for new negotiations wi' i States are rendering lo Iran The British —F.P. people of Iran and the United i -^~^^^^^^^— bower's "great crusade" for the States have cherished a feeling of 1 .•_„._ a. nasillaiHl has become "a great iriertdaWp for each other and thii JUIllll WU /XtinOUttCV^ surrender". The General, said perhaps la the moat important Stevenson, tells too many jokes, oerlod in the history of our re' The Democratic ;inl Republican latiottaSUp 1 will try my best to' Presidential nominees fired some eagsUbl lu the Unite.1 St,.te> Govof their shaiDest barbs of the camemm. nt the protasanu that Iran palgn— Stevrnson at a news conraces at present in an effort to ferenee at Sprin^neldjlllnols. am! „ ia intain Hi political Integrity as to disc i Compan r. • in repoi .id that MosBHdoghnote will I fiumed aftei the S..-I %  M>|itv have earwlesaad theli 1 TiiH-liou ff i \.i*k 'aid lhat .. nets of thJa cneractei ftroiti mean the re-; provid ng Sh.it Mossadegh eonld salisfy . Michael Mi Derm ill .,. op, rsanl i a Preea repotl ihai ih< '' !" imh ' '" 1 nited states is despa % %  pening, and MIR "mi. II %  nt for Un i for children of been drawn th another while the new [ l!< J*tip* w **'* M a l ** n *l ^cbciol to L .ffftr %  it U hat tod> It ienl on ihe Indian Con rtj propo ila for a eond powei %  unUl form of %  the,. *cre • ^m-'. .veil 'In Head ou*f" tiiti answer vhnol 20 Killi-il In Iran ClanhrH TKHKKAN. Sepl 14 I ore than M i i fl a/< na hill.M Hi. %  %  tanging Ihe 20 classc* M EieXMihower's "Great Grueade" Al Groat Surrender WASHINGTON. Sept. 15 Gorernor Adlai Stevenson said Monday thai Dwight Eisenbii. aupi-: int.-nd..i ..i ro injured" In serloua t^Usnea reniuog the State coffers wiuwur w< % %  n In v \i degi an irrevocable comrum deal for piaainls A pt i said membara ol the NaUeuel unity Part] arhe 'ii-.i.iiu: iTomlse with liiilain and An erica There reason t-. ,,„. i,,,,,., ... decreeand t|i< ..v.-rlhrow ul M.......u-jh ., rtiwi adn* „ KU, T lined l>y i, ew !" pcr uld tin. 1 ., ., I n b> Iho bnrllurdi. Shoolinji Victim )isrliarj;<'d PVom Bospftal of the : three .1 the tid.ii. n from Ihe ra 1 pptan %  in has now been i ed I Thesltn Ifurcil 9. ol Hall'i Village. St i eatoi Hoyte, 23 I %  II %  • iches "lacked up in I Hussia is i BOptui Iran jiatt a *ore spat, —ir.p. Coronation Plans u u .iii^ ..r iii, uwvarn,, ,,,.„, .„ .. | i u-g|| was shot in the chest while rai ying oul inveMigatlnn-. Befora the bo i aasembla nt .. in the Ball hn M tyei lh< r had oqw nl I port b> ilo>*te that rsihi had been shot by a man on ind n "iep" talk bj Mr Millar, I CooMngton Boad. %  htldren and b it ( The Police r.still investigating O.P. < -' %  111-rai Strike In Lebanon BEIRl'T Sepl 15. A general atnkt & "' PreajnaU s.,l'i. Snlam's efforts to form a new Lebanese Oov'rnment bean in the country's main towns Monday. The strike affected Bfir.it, the nation's capital, ihla and Tripoli where workers and others came out In of opposition demands for political changes and a fight against official corruption "iriiir ai OJ-I III|IIIIII, iiii i tins, mm. Elsenhower ai Fort Wayne. Indiana, the flrs" stop on his first "whistle flop* tour. Stevenson cnarged that Senatot Robert Tafl had "taken <>v.r Ih Oenefara "Kreat crusade" and 'tin,I'd It Into "the great suncnil er" This "surrender", Stevenson %  aid, occurred at the tisenhowerTaft meeting in New York la-t week when they announced that they were in agreement on domestic policies and had difference 1 onlv In degree on foreign policies -V.T. JAMAICA. Sepl 15. ( %  un-uKiaiit announced to-da. 1 faithful inembor of the United h Bt nla,,!, a T .' eln s >nede for n Nations. —V.P Main Ob8taeI To Korea Truce PAKISTAN FOREIGN MINISTER CONFERS WITH SELWYN LLOYD LONDON. Sept. IS. Foreign Minister, SI conferred with • POreiSjn Office Monday. A Foreign on c Bpofcoarnan slid *A meeting was arranged at the %  '. the Pakistan Minister hrntr Issue I* urtderMoo** ixi-n the i-hief topic of %  -UP Eisenhower's ChaneeA Imperiled land I., celebrate the O lion nest year with a wceklelebrntlon, highlight of whl. %  !> will bo a military tattoo Uatlng SVtl four days A committee under Sir Harohi Allan Minister of Finance ha neen set op to make a full pSBl for the %  \' iiiition which an'l LOWF_STOrr. England, Sept 15. jtarl an (oronalioii day and ODd Former Labour Government j with the Queen's birthday obDefenee Mtblstei Shlnwell -aid 'crvance. i thai 'he United Stales re-| fusal to recognize Communist %  ihe main obstacle to a Ita long pun Government has to r • U.S. Iioinh ArVarehouses ^wMtaviw*'.<^r^^M^*iieMsi!SK On Manchurian Border t BMOVL, KOHKA, Sepl. IS. i 3TATSS Mtvy planes paid a r.-lurn visit to Hoeryoi on UM MuHnuruiii border on Sunday and '. I • pomr Mjition Into unok mi; nuns. Fiahterbombera from Ihe carrien H PriikBlon M usd "Bon Hommi Richard" als.i hit in area onlv 40 mil.s (ram Soviet Siberia in a dawn raid on Satuida'. 90 DROWN IN DANUBE ACCIDENT LOW ON, I Home sections of 'he BrtUstl Press aay Qaneral Dwight Elsenhower has gravely Imp. nances i becoming pn making hi? peace srltl Robert Taft Th 12 NON-WHITES ARRESTED mJPRA.\\ *.u'h Africa, Sepl. 15. Twelve non-whites were arreslal Berea Road rail sia. Durban for defying ?he on laws by entering a | room The group was led b>* Ashwin Choudres-. vire-President of Nats' %  ncreswhich sponsored gn again*! the laws —SCPi RADIOACTIVE EXPORTS UXTDOV Sept 14 Mlnlatry ald todav lln i< 'he largest exporter if radio-active materials fnr peaceful purposes. h establishment sent more than S.000 shlpmerits t.< ".*les —(CP) ing was toW %  power of Ihe United Nation, 1 I 11 it Ifl not %  dtfed thai Britain has nearly e„ on duty In Ihe • L-ienre services ami neiii, 1 — rith m lltarv CJtp left-of-eenlre D ie fc^iTtFuZ been the General s fervent supM socletv, w. -. condemned at mass. One of weie fundamental differ-igregatlona in tween his policies and those or nonihs attended -he service Set btor" -CPI —fj.p. German Socialists Boycott Coal. Steel Meeting STRASBOURG. Sepi || Tne European Coal-Steel Asoo 10 GMT or .nsformed itself IBM %  ures -titutlonal convention. The German 8 iiembers boycotted the .. a decision of the Socialist executive committee In Bonn on Sunday not to take part In drafting a European federation constitution The new assembly to maintain the same ofll%  means that the Belgian Socialist Paul Henri Spaak will r The group also adopted 'he same rules of procedure The derision of the German not to participate m setting %  new task was deplore*! by the delegates of France Ita I] Netherlands and Lu> th 'he non-Son, mans, make up the composition of tha Assembly "If the 6oc4aHsta come to power in Germany it will mean that the participation of all West German v in our work will go out of Ihe window one French delegate said —C.P. In she oiilv .ootind lighting of ts> South Korean en f.iit.-d in .1 es?aga throw > loo. ^> Beds off Plngej tidge in ibbed : id i.tii Chine %  %  let I l pllOtl •ixiitvd lhat uwian rnafSB Ml'; ubabl) ..maged Iwu in air batilortJi Kor n isTtaonounced nss bras | .%  %  SO M.1.0 ... tn.it guied fight %  . aerial bl piai i ufl || |...1.1, i • ludad an ustygen plan) i di-uMei-\ and •Cr* 1 ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION i urled -J[ blow at If. I i „.i ii..i E i.. f ON A SMALL RRRCUR BOAT (top], pall aboard the bodies of some of the 90 seranns who sr-r* drowned In the Damibs nesr SMI K id, Yugoslavia, when s Biidden storm caasUad a rlvsr staansr irty vaissng^rs an deck st th" time tha vassal overtnmsd wsra ras eaad. Several were reporVd near death Oroaa (bottom) shows spot srhere the boat sank SO feet from shore. —'fnfeenafional Kadiophofo. / Kl^Vflt Is \o laesfH To AruJ> Lotgpe MONTRKAI. The Montreal Sl rf i said %  I • reea IThslare %  Abdullah] various ways by unwillingness to under-, at Its I bidding %  irow the %  respect that Egypt %  %  %  the League under the i < %  .ng itself fp Sources -< t i Ite 1 is i in.nine % %  C npeti reeultg of whfcfa will be pui. | u lataBag number tl follow InR p^>:>;>:^ !" ^uu7*UM^



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PACI TWO H.XKB.MMIS VDVCX Ml II I -I) \\ -I I'll Ml Qahih (falling <*\ \'eo Win M B F C. CATCHPOLE. O.B.E. Labour Advtm Development and Wetf:n< 1>> U.W.I A y< u. moniink foi Antigua ami Si 1 He. will also be pa .ins n short routine visit to Hie Leeward lata&Ai "d Mnntser.at and hope* to return Lo 1 month U.H.s. trtmmr D K. .1 P, OMAHONV KB.. ChB.. Dtrectoi ol Medical Service* returned 'mm Trinidad by B.W.I.A.. on Saturday after paving a business visit Fur I'riniilail L T. COL. 0, S. Bridgeman of |lM Firm of W. H. Watkjn* and Partners Architect*. Trinidad. Ml the island for Trinidad by B-W.I A. on Saturday. To Join Wi/v M B FRED GODDARD. M.C P was among the passrni-i 11 leaving the inland for USA. \... Puerto Hlco by B.W.I A day on a holiday He will ** %  joining Inwife and they will lie remaining fur .i period of two month-. Mart Yinit M R. A. W. PF.NNEB. BUUofl Manager of T.C A. P,arco. Trinidad, returned to B.W LaY. on Sunday aftci a short visit to Barbados Jtnii nttiil ftrnM R. HAROLD CHAMPION Journalist, was among the UTTIV.IU from England via Jnm.ii a ay B.O.A.C./B.WI.A.. on Friday Iftsl He has come over on %  (MttSMM visit. Hralth HfUfonx M BS E. MURBAY <>f "Pennth". 1st Ave. Belleville returned from the U5A, via Puerto Rico by B W.I.A.. on Friday. She v-nt uf) for medical treutment. To Si. Lucia M R. MALCOLM JONES. Commercial representative of honors on the second night of tl e K.I.M.. was a passenger for St "Miss America" preliminaries in Lucia by B.W.I A., on Sunday Atlantic Cily. N.J.f/nlernotioiwlI last. rrmldad paying Mli in/til Con/vn-nrf M U I W BARROW, M.C.P., and Mrs. Barrow returned iM.m Trinidad on Sunday by B.W1.A. Mr. Barrow attended the Conference of the West Indian Bar As %  %  Fur Hwuva'viil;.ShunM M I) II L WARD and her two ((.lughlcis were BUT the paaaengers leaving t<* TrimBUBday. Mrs. Ward 10 have left with Mrs. A. Stuart's Dancing Party and Is now accompanying her daughters who an pupils of the Dancing School. On llii'ii %  -* M U VINCENT C;RIFF1TH. City Ati. tiom'tn. left the island on Sunday by B.W I.A.. for Trinidad. He has gone on a business vialt Q.C. Girl* R.-lurn M ISS SHIRLEY CLARKE a pupil of Queen's College, dome mi Sunday by U.W.I.A.. from Trinidad. Shlrle> went over wKh the Net ball School Team and saw all the ulayed before entering the Quaan'j College Rangers' Citini). The Camp ended on the 14th August and the remained over for four weeks' holidiiy. MJ I-urna Inniss who also attended the Rangers Camp came over on Friday afternoon by BWI.A., Tnina^Trt'il M R PAUL PROUDFOOT of ths Royal Bank of Canada, who \ now transferred to the Barbados Branch from OtVHHKta The Bottom Button B BEVF.RI.EY NI< HOI Whether that phenomenon known as the Engli is or is not, a nice person to %  about the house is a question i which 1 do not propose to asstue i in these pages. All that need ten' cern us is that he Is, indeed, ph< nomenal. That he has survived at all, after so many social n i wfnortiic assaults on him. Is it. %  ShnesfcOB. Thai be has run only survived but managl %  -• I retain hu traditional elegance is more than a phenomenon, it is miracle. Savile Row is still the Rue de la Paix of the tailoring world, the Fifth Avenue of the male rtorial universe. And though >' may seem an unpretentious in*i. street, it is in fact a glamoruu:. thoroughfare; down it. later, walk the vast m the world's greatest film Rtri The first one I ever saw there mi Rudolf Valentino. Hi merging from my own rearing a double-breasted gp-v ill that fitted him to pel among the I A., on Sunday terra", Rockley. %  rrtvaLs He is 11 JO HOPM. 1. "Mi*. Chicago alked off with top bathing i / nj"Y> 11 ilol'uliiY M R. ROBIN FERGUSSON returneil home on Sunda\ from Trinidad by BW.IA. .. spending a holiday with parents. He is the son of Mr. Wilfred Fergusson, Assistant Attorney General of Trinidad and I'II ^Y THE WAY ... T*HE invention of a trombone grinding of each grain of salt other that "slides sideways instead until it is invisible In Mir recent mild .... Of forwards" means that the musiexperiment m Be* MCD Lnnur *i muuvt 1 elans on either side of it will have grain used was one-thousandth By BEACHCOMBER too 1 and what ke' id the of ,-m m.h n is bopt*T* HE wash f string of passneighbour's music "•* %  E.teh grain must be at least ,'ng to 'I further Cribbing of aril) IKmore difficult A trombone that slid backwards was a <*pad failure. It merely bumped and bruised the player, who couldn't retreat far ha j barges succeeded yesterhalf a millionth of an inch in (lnv '" Imparting an almost marl% %  > as to penetrate Ihe ","" %  %  "\ement te|w told of cabin like a wheelbarrow's. But there is experimenting with a linefixtures strained to breaking•asmed to be no point in it. meshed net to c.itch .loudThe point, and a boy on the embonkmu>ically speaking. It was mereclouds are then released through rnent cried: "Ring up for the lifi It a freak, like the electric "cello %  fini'ici aniaarad s/ltb Mb, and h Jt Ma! Mr *Witherwdge's which could le switched tax to '••• """ follows. brown eye swept the hori; Warm the 'cellist's hands at win... though necking a distant landfall. let concerts. I hint, tin mil [Han the wash subside*!, the Banau,Dnnrinu COMKTIMKS UH hort aantancaf ;!' M ulr<, l dow l p m xho ... clnle and dance the Arin-Arin. .' had it in her to move like that. %  he great dance of the Labourd. ._„„ „ Krl '" 'he log. Mrs. Withertheir heads are held erect and T^ ML uranium i-ush in North sedge." "A>e. aye. sir." replied bodies stiff and tense—but Saskatchewan recalls to me lh click their fingers above J** K old fUab. I was a youngster lo. their heads. Even the vivacious J' 1<>n lradin,£ wolf-skins along /i;-,7/ M ,.,.„,.,/ fandango can be a very grave Hudson Beg I lived to coma into "'"'"' %  affair. Not so the Faraiidola. which Saskatoon to shoot It up every VI/ (| Ar is the is a holiday dance. The Seven l,mi ' fnada %  strike. which can be imposed for I-cap* danced in the Bottle is. Saskatoon at Mint tune was one kissing a policewoman? Pouting again, a dance for the feet, with '"'' "'' wooden shacks on lips under a peaked hat. Aunt (he body motionless. If you ask rnrn sl<1 > 1,,wl H saloon run by a Hildegarde's legacy untouched. a Basque where his extraordinary w'iian from Fort Honkntonka. I sudden Impulse — is not the language comes from (for no rouM shoot the liquor out of a moment's bliss worth the tine' learned man has yet settled that glass at 200 yards in those days. qtt|atloni he will tell you thut a1 "' Al '" quick on the draw 11 wa the language Huoken l,v ,l "' ' %  "'" "b"t •' uian before he Adam and Eve had begun to annoy me. They \bl particularly u.ful ^^J^f,. !" ^ t CWT HE whole art of using salt to d ians trusted. How 1 loathed produce rain is based on tho Sneriff McGee—but that is antheir they caretaker, touching her forc"No." says a boulira-dier. who rapOTta that "it was like' kissing stone wall." The Answer Of Mistinguett lo nicosur,' in their mistrcis'i clolh OUlflf MISTINGUETT. still displaying madr her fabulous legs at 80. was told match that Marlene Dietrich would play £4. the lead in the Mistingueri life -IVIN AT ONCE. story, about to be (limed in HollyCt'RRENT scourge of 11 OKa wood "What, that grarKlmotherV" .in epidemic of fKirie saucerr A Mlatinguett snapped. 'Why didn't geologlal claimed to have photoihey get me to play the part mygraphad one ne ;i r Clerrnont Fersif?" rand; air loroa experts wrote it KEEP AWAY. off as a weather Iwlloon. MOTTO of the week. InSCf Intl fljUlt saucer stories to end all on a china ashtray In one of the flyllUJ MU .me from souvenir shops in the Rue de Dijoti l! n Rlvoh Lr (rarail cst chose seven saucera flying in a triangutgeree, auast n'y lauchatiM pa*, lar formation. (Work 4s n sacred thing, so we must not touch it.) DROPPED DOGS. DR. I'\r l France's chief coroner, has made a bitter attatk in a radio talk on owners who drive their dogs by car to .(1 *he outskirts of Pans and abanbrass doh them there because they do _,. not want to bother with them i holidays I saw a handsome Alsati tied ufftoutsidc the Care de Lyon a^to££^"to£Z£ ff tS (rtation for the South of France). eg g ,o wffrh haii "hi^idded. ha* baffji here %  all day.' he said, of butter H will spread. Move / n ," .3 *. l nolh n n ^ W ^ Pl ,^ ll flbout " 1 > he back of a fork find that they are charged half Remove before it sets and at once ChgJr own fare for a dog. Rather spread un Iwo Micva of broad 4nd than pay. they go oil jnd leave cover with the other two Piess FOOTNOTE -A dou shop nt four. The secret .s to make the the jaihtonablr BoUf dUtricf losandwich(to be eaten cold) With day quoted doos" model roots the hot mixture Utl CROSSWORD 1 i %  • %  1 ''' % %  %  n A .avow-ill 1 Sandwich B|/ HELEN BbRKE For two roundg (tour th pepper and suit and some chopped chives and baraat] Oenui frj the chopped bacon, without" fueling It in an 8 i.ii'M tti* mmali irruunl it IU No Arao 4u ape. \i il Bird reputed lo luc carriru .. ii Adam — Uit flnt ill yu*er. IWI Found mm at th* core. i0i ro me svrvlcea. t it an dim urdci oil UooK. It* nut riara aticr. m Nottiitii make* mm •umr ij Inclination, liard.y 4 DISB id II in*, be rluoifrj M mam i 141 M Im I? No *ree II wood incudes him. < i*n-*poiler. io. A aote dirierence. (i **; B%Te !. l"n^. 7 Kit: H IU-.J d.i laeaas. Are... tout. IK. CUim.. i %  %  l BO Ar.„. Kl fid 4 HiMllll. E U. •firalf". i SlliMiJH MUSS GOOOS PLAIN BEMBEKt; SHEERS Ivory, Peach, Blur fl.M PRINTED BEMBERGS rxcluiive Deslgiu ll.M PRINTED CREPES im PLAIN SPL'NS While & Colours M PRINTED SPUNS M A J1.08 Also SHARKSKIN Whitr. Pink, Oyster, Primrose, Torquoise, Azure .. $2.03 T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH Phone 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE "You have acquired a ver. famous client." I observed to the Id cutter when I nrefM "So I gather, sir. |heu not go to the cinema n lignlncam sniff. "A very difficult gentleman, sir. If f may say ao." "Mr. Valentino? Why?" "The bottom button of his sir. He insists on dotn t up." He paused to allow me lo grasp the full horror of this information. Then he went on I told him. sir. that in hart] >< i I had never known a gentlen an to do up the bottom button of his Utcoat. He paid no attenlio-i. None." "So what Is going to happen?" "I shall be obliged to cut nil waistcoat accordingly. After ill sir, he orders thirty suits at time, and business is bUettk But Ihey will not like it m the cutting room. sir. They will not like It at all." Now whether you do up. or^do not do up. the bottom button'of your waistcoat may seem lo Am'llcans or to Europeans a mattcf comparative lndlff< i (ln> ;iioini, < i.i Tiny might retort with Hobert Burns, "a man's i man for n' that." Quite. A mail with the bottom button done n i la a man. But not according i • Savile Howe, a gentleman. And to me there bl something endearing, something indeed spiring, nbout this insistence .' traditional details. It is part of the whole British set-up. with Is veneration of so many ancicrit ustoim which must often seem o the visitor a lot of hooey, To us they aren't hooey. Thcv'iv eU ... a form of magic. But admittedly tliry'ir „ \.-r> Ifflcult form of in.mil it yuu .ercn't born with a knot* leoga of the rules, or if you haven't had an opportunity of learning tham. In the little street of S„ lone there are so many law! vetoes, bans, rules and lions that it is a wonder that i Fxiglish gentleman gets dressed at ill Of course, if you are very nobl ndeed, you can make your OWI nlaa. The late Kinu Qaofga v, for example, often had his trousers tailored with the aaaj a) the side instead of in the centre Why he did so Is one of UM ra ll unsolved mysterieii of MaUar*< And the late Lord Alington. who otherwise in his right mind* with no record of lunacy In his ancu-nt family, actual.y took wearing n made-up bow with his dinner )acket—a crime whicr Saville Row would regard as considerably more reprehensible thai' lining stark naked. The rest of us humbler mi rial? iblde by the rules, which an far too many to *et dowi Wt keep our bottom bUttOI We have always done so In thpast, and I hope we always dt n the future. You see fhem all ovef Europe— youngsters on a holid.iy trek into the farlwav places Here is the lory ot one. a secretary of 22. Adventure starts "with the lift of a thumb By ETRENNE L'VOIRV N INE word > i < started It nil I was yearnum uloud about travelling acro.vBuropg and mouning uloud aoout how impu.<>*ible it was tbese days Then Varna my irtai room-mate-s'le is tl. a irrar ger 'huu I an said: i i-Tk ol a For Tursdiix > .plenirH-r Hi. 1952 iaa l rthdaj comes and^C find what your outlook is, at Marck r — 4arll ., i, Q| SO strike a happy medium. FriendI and end comtf ulaceut at. at %  *Ar,^f^f D M—*f,~ Your pia"'" ailar to &f M" %  % %  %  Ann italay. Push-. .^iness with kast possible red tape. P M. condi-w OF.MINI May 21—Jnns OANOBR Jnns 22—Joly BANISH RHEUMATISM TAKE BRAITHWA1TFS RHEUMATK mm More and more people arc of the spevdv suffer froni rheun a bottle lodn thumb" Pr..ni Degan p'sn for 4*1 veinure by II Ii -,-meo\ >ii^ nion I looked ai "he holldav I nad : id about car. dee : na aav into ih 11 n DO draan lised 0a> ot reuni U %  'V-l< do it % %  for. apart t'om ih" tJi Travel allowance %  a i. [he o.ink against our r 'rn'ual return. So lor ; ; %  : • itujli! no in- ChMh i did IL Tne uiv ng murmurs changed to good Ihe last Visa* were o. on and on thnnifii 1-ourdci. nm *e ihumbrd a I.fi t'h a circui iroup* Irani the Basque com, u^> 'IHHiniK' vallev acrosi lo Switxertand. und Sw.r/erland io.> >c alih.i'agh • %  nii>ing Nrsi stoji IB %  fore was airman)-. One a4* m V f*ad io %  % %  at a larp Ford driven Dt • Bsnas h? a^ ao:nn all %  to Bremrm. We wen: *oo :iped toi 'ne %  iggUa we were toi .j n 'he car ft turned our mos: MmfortaOle null leaving Eiuland • ^ id we nope r more A Ui would o • la Aith aiiyone r 'and' %  I li ujM'rt 's Spring Adve nture—31 Rrjchmi ihe hoax thty find %  he (oniuin pjeing slowly through hu ss'den nd nudiuimg. H* gea* not term plejwd to K* iheni but ihe link girl bow* low and Hupert doe* (he unr. '"Oh ol grj< ind burning* | Behold here ifii* hUckcned r*." Ihe toiiiurei i4ke. n. Thn h, leads ihem miloori jnd look, i it keenly tS-ough t mien r. }*** %  "Ii is t BUjrvtl fot r> *ny furs." '" detUrci %  rlj, "A Jr.icon ru. bresthtd C rOOM ">l tS %  Aug 2*-gept 23 XJBEA %  apt. 24—Oct. 93 fair?., home a. as i \\ i tli jW whom %  Jn ihmgs is^ and things should click. ^ * —Born before July Hth' Be more careful Horn after M mindful of courtesies, harvith associates. * Look fraU into to uncertain a • • • M confrnnttft with obstacles that It, could trip you if you're not careful. Just remain your calm .-clf:j|you will %  9% too. ^^ • •... -prtunitie*; they arcjyL about, during business hours, too. Be wise.^ aon't tell all you know Be tactful. Be on •C01PIO Oct. -KOT. aa yroui 1,-..: —No hurry some expKiif If. jf. T taking things for granted. %  : ii will ssrva you^ -i.kc with a^^ l can go farthest * * HAOITTAsUTJi Slitnulaliim OO whole, but be warned^^ NOT. as— Dae ga Q|ja n ^, risky dm I oiomlses. M.ikr pffOpar changes In schedule, but JiV doni i i nigs. • w OAPBIOORN U i Ktra care handling "unicy; indica-^ Dee. 33 — Jan. aiiions point to unfavourable reactions in ib. Don't ex• • • ^ •k AQUAJirrj o u :look doaan 1 promlaa an all easy day Jan. 3 -Tab M %  %  %  Be on guard, watt pa-*fr Uantll ui'.nl vou see proper openings. * * aPiaCEP -martly this *^ Fsb. 21-afarcb ',. U* your ** Having confidanca is half the^ M YOU BORN TODAY %  bUttOUT pilM^ ^ acute managerial and builnaaa make gobd in many JT fields of endeavour, a profeailon. ganaral business or trade. ^ r/ritmg. teaching, art, muaic; also cot i I o lll i.ng in vour Unc. You do i Ungl liirth-Jft. „.,:, Js J. Hill rail ; Frandl Parkman. Amer.^ historian ************ Qnmn ^ur^illiUJl To HUMExamination ROMK. Si i Ex-Qucvn Nan im.in ot Egypl j anrouta to Lausanne. Bwitwland, to be examined by a specialist for a post-natal disorder, Itallui radio laid on Monday. A spokesman tor former Kin Farouk of Egypt said that Nnrnman, who left the Isle of Capn ( %  .ui'. OT, Moodai n ornlng. in Swil/cilan.l fur two weeks, l The spokes. Irta that Narrln II iiother baby. to have in I i minor disorder ,• h the had suffered avat birth of her flrat son, nth told King Fuad II. — U.P. CurbYourPiles pain*. lt<-hlns n %  lr>. '!,, %  tH— BV| %  %  r In 10 i-,lr. il ine pain Im ui". • ke %  II inUj.tK.ri Ihetn.v cuebln* nlhr Itou Mrl'lUMd bf Pll. 4U.h SB ll-iol.'-he Merveaaaeaa Baekadi*. i'.>nnpiii.i .i — of o.pr;-i .'.I'lim JUII imtabl' dlapoiHI-i. -;.i Mt.. rr.> m your drusfix I<-1 uad*r thpoaiiiv* guaraniv* Hptai nmii %  ny your plla pain* and iroublta or mutifV back St C A 11 I The Garden—St. lur %  • T-da> A TO-HMIITOV, B p r Aifrd lllTCHCOCKS %  sraAMirsts ON A TRAINParlei (JHANCJEH man. ROMAN -WHITI HAT 'AG.vrv DXIPII MOtUlA.N a. OKI \IIOMt Kill i unrn I Mi AM La.t Show. CIOUI To-dy 5 & 8.30 p.m. OLUKV AI.I.I.V and RtlSh OlI IMAKRON__ TOMOBBOW &. Till KSll.W 1.15 & 8.UU P.M. I 111/IS AND III* WAII Johnny VMmnllw -""I MMWBI OSullivan MIM.IH iiaa. Pains, distress of "those days" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 case* in doctors' lel I • Here's wonderful news ftv women and girls who — eacft month — suffer the tortures of "bad days" of funetionallyra.used menstrual eramps and pain — headaches, backaches, and those "no-good." draRgedout feelings It's news about a medicine famous for reflerlnu such suffering! Here is the exciting news. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound gave complete or ttrmiU) relief of such distress In an avernge of 3 out of 4 of the rases In doctors' tests! Yes! I.ydta Plnkham's has been proved to be sdentllcalty modern in action/ This news will not surprise the thousands of women and girls who t;ike l.ydla Plnkham's regularly aod know the relief tt can bring. And it should encourage vou (If K u're not I akir.r Lydla Phiknam's) see If your rxperlenee doesn't match ttvir n see If you. too. dont avoid the nervousness UM tension, linrnan. UHUKI> Hi—sod tffret on ihr unr in* eoar'acnom llal to alien ca %  Sin, tra-ripi. OH *d lOolhing i-ji'.'ri,' %  ih than) "i-nJinwl duirrii pain —so often associated with 'those days"! Remember Lydia Plnkham's. too — if you're suffering the "hot Hashes" and other functionallycaused distress of 'change if life." Oet Lydla Plnkham's Compound or new, improved Tablets with added iron • trial slse only Ml). "I Tr' V" ffg#aa"IB'11^"" HOODAI II4IRES (II.VMI-IC T'.inmrrow ROXY I 11 Si S IS Columbia Pict.irn I .ndler THE BATTLE AT APACHE PASS Clorioui GORDON OF GHOST CITY r.Doubl. I BANDITS OF THE BADLAND Us I*) M lamrrnc* OiivKtr at HAMLET Com Ins Boon ROCKING HORSE WINNER Allan ilkx-kyi UTU and SONG OF NEVADA %  M.a-m OHi a ltlMioam SCANDAL SHEET Wed A ffinra 4 so a %  is lk.ublp -i u.i in n t %  . alAKV IOI rrMa> only ai • X d I II RrpublH Double rosr DODOS -i IMI'I in Republic Wha THE MASK MARVEL %  ;iep U blic Doube THUMBS UP UNDER NEVADA SKIES •rig* John Carroll Openinc FRIDAY Clark (.able in ACROSS TIIL WIDE MISSOURI ^L^aT^^i^^^S BRIlHiKTOMN THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA IIXIEIIAMI > i liuI HW I 4 Ai a %  J" P ni :titm I.I %  BLUE SKIES LEMON DROP KID ft GREAT MISSOURI RAIC Rl VIM I ...I SI Kl BRAVE BULLS MIX II.MIR'' REVENUE AGENT l KrNNtDV JPTAHHETT Double! WHIRLWIND RAIDERS ft BLAZING ACROSS THE PECOS APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER SLUGS and SNAILS WITH METALDEHYDE MCTALDF.IIVDK I for SLUGS and SNAU-S M %  natorial palatable to Slugs in pr< port • .icls from a distance and destroys them. METALDF.IIVDE must be carefully applied and the Instructions delivered with supplies inu^t be strictly enforced. For supplies and all Information apply PLANTATIONS LIMITED. Tt MA 111 *^1>



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II I BDAY, 31 ITI Ml'.! I! n. IMJ BARBADOS \IIW.I \n I'M.I SEVtN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS 8c GEORGE DAVIES MUST t 41 v7v KISTM0O9 -M/ft/M nm *-owo rue BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG '. FHC W0I9ST • %  N2 CHILDREN CAN CO IS SPOIL TMMB) Ml TLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER %  %  oe KB CEL*T ,: COMIJ' TO vierr ue-' BY GEORGE MC. MANUS l r ^ >ES-1-G SAY6 A/-"^ XU.HS MWS / M THAT c*e* A* aoo* *s Me -1 ouLL *vce p*ses M>& V ee MM e\AMI^AT*>*6' V ,— "^ RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES OP gomaiN ^ \>J !" / V .'. > %  /.; %  :• %  I imE MV TEMPER.' %  WHEN A COLD STRIKES, STRIKE BACK FAST... USTERINE ANTISEPTIC Just Receixcd i.. I.,I -.. huh.. *..> M %  •.-•!. *>.lt-l (111. ru4 % %  >— ( tWM p*t lb f STUARF SAMPS01V (1938) LTD. II dqiurli i. for i; >i Rum USTBINE AaHnp* kmmillion, ml (trnni on ihftMl lurtu" k.-ci* ifaaa ha Marring wf mm uuubU". R.i — i^ her. %  > fbr lirtt sign -I cold, fvghIJSTKRINE Anlilcptu. lull iiivnclk, earl, rnl ultra] IN TISTS OVER t IJ-YEAR PERIOD. DAIIY USBtS Of U5TIRINE ANTISEPTIC HAD EEWER COIDSI str. FOR NICE THINGS TO USE K< I IIAKEI) IIEANS K I. I! RAM \ << ATI: STATION!EHY YOU, too, can have a FIGURE MEN ADMIRE -till*... ,.-, 4-. RMJ And MUM root of uMaottmmi (•'. %  > I>KI1 ID cm up hop. >.Ur4,,Ml),|.i Ui hatp Ik* kMlr. I* UAHY IN THE TROl M S NKEDS EXTRA RESISTANCE TO TRYING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS Give hint GLUCOSE with VITAMIN D by Savory & Moorr Ltd., I.ondon Cuntainini; OIuc.^ Cilnum Glyccrophosphatc and tast< rm oil. this fine body builder mixed in baby's feeds and sprinkled over his cereal, will keep him strung and happy always. ** n *Li 1—— IMIItWIIOWl J. L I.intun, Hitch Btntt K C (.ill. Olympin I'fiH Empire Pharmjiry. Tudor SIft-tl. H. L. Hutson. Tudor Slrwt. Rook 1 I>ru( Store, Tudor Street. Colim* Drug stoi.-. Broad Btntt Knljthts Ltd. TIIAIII.M. lOIIIMMC \IIO\. Stocked by:f I II Tel. -IMI' K. v Worm, i. H K i Plum Btntt. Tweedlido Rd. A A. BiuMiic, Eaak H..H ( %  s < %  Btntt, %  H C %  %  Streol eat P. A. Qaifea, Cosmopolitan Pharmacy. Stnute's Drug Storp. Roebuck Btnat C. C. Browne. Roebuck Strec!. Intercolonial Pharmacy No. 12,



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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER It, 1S2 11 Mill VIxi-. ADVOCATE PACE FIVE 5 Vessels Arrive In* Port Over Week-end FIVE vessels arrived in port over the week-end. These included four steamships and a single schooner. The schooner Amanda T. arrived in port on Sunday with 600 drums of colas and six drums of turpentine. T*he captain of the Amanda T. is Capt A. Tannis and its agents her,are the Schooner Owners' Association. IKII SI I %  ( VI I OMIII The Norwegian steamship Kim arrived on Saturday evening from Montreal with general cargo for tha Island. Including SOS casks and 141 boxes of cod flan, 1.918 sacks of oats, 275 sacks of feed, 1.458 containers of condensed milk. Other cargo consisted of canned goods, pollard, wrappln* paper, footwear, handbags. The Dutch steamer Hera called here on its way from Amsterdam It brought the first shipment --' Christmas 'ree decorations and toys to ihe Island this year. Bevhoo J ** side* these Christmas items, the schools. Hera also brought 940 containers of milk, 40 bales of oakum, 1,450 College are taking on IN graaScrates of potatoes. 400 crates of ct number of new pu^ilol i] onions, 1,000 cartons of bottled the Government run schools—83 beer, 100 bags of barley. 100 bunTheir present tot.il of 567 is one dies of smoke.! herrings, 30 cases more than there was nt the openof wine. 20 packages of leather ing of the last school vcar and 24 shoes. Among this cargo it also brought a quantity of hams, mentprc&erves and bicycle accessories. This vessel Is consigned to S. P. Musson Sons OTHER ARRIVALS 83 New Pupils Admitted At Harrison College When secondary schools rc-open today. Harrison College will carry a roll of 567. and Comberrnere and Lodge School approximate!560 and 350 respectively Th El term is the beginning of the for oil secondary New Session At Housecraft Cen I re A teuton of D-y r^ • Classes bru.it at the HuuMcuf' %  MISS Ivv Allevi:. ler of the clwwi and Mrs. Edna Scott Is Assistant Organiser. The Two hui I 1 C'ar'bbean Coolerrv A Shnpla i fake .icing Advanead Smocking Dreaanwfclrn i i KMd crafts To-dav % %  no of tha] oi. and OuIWi Co ersfi m ii bagln T 11 Ol ttMJH COttraag attend throw! %  out the day. MRS. II O. CUMaflNfl (centre) Is InntrucUng a clans In RwwW ajid Prn*rTw Making and Evening Classes opened at the Housecraft Ccniie. Buy Street, yesterday. Labourer Gets 14 Days For Stealing Wire "MY HANDS are tied and I am bound to send you to prison for you have previous convictions against you," His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate of District "A", told Herbert Carter (32), a labourer of Dayrells Road, Christ Church, yesterday when he sentenced him to 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour lor stealing meshed wire valued at £ I 12/-. the property of G. H. Moroukin of Bay Street; in accordtain e with the Flving !iucer A St. Joseph'* resident reported ymterdaj* morning that he w A Flying Saucer on Thursday night. He could not get away In Ume and It collided with his face. It appear ed to be travelling at about &>• mile* per hour and from the direction of his wlfa's hand. past week also left for Jamaica over the week-end. HARBOUR BUSY. The harbour was an extremely busy place yesterday morning. This was because there were three ships in port, two of which were unloading cargo nd the other loading. Lighters and their crews were never idle and with the great help of the launches at their disItden with sugar, and other cargo to the ships lying at anchor, £2 Fine For Wounding A decision of Ills Worship Mr. C W Rudder of District "B" was yesterday vaiied by Their Honours of the Assistant Court 11 LIN D STUDENTS PROGRESS WELL more than last term's numbers. Comberrnere has arranged to take on 69 new pupils, but there will be a few extra pupl\ the headmaster said. At the beginning of the last school year, CornOther arrivals were the steamers bermere's number was approxiScholor from Grenada and Alcoa mately 580. The drop in number Puritan from Trinidad. Both vesis due to the reduction of the presets brought general eargo to the paratory divisions from three to gK3 &&XS&Z AS 5J* g"' > up "'" h < There were many departures The number fop this term i over-the week-end These Includnot fin Used beeausc there hai jHif run A S y' nc f n been -ome delay from the D.'JrSci BcrnatoM for Jp „ rt ment of Education In notify Other (ienirtiir( itirhui^i 'ho '"*' lne headmaster of the name*. mSor'v^CaHbbe, 0 '.^^ < ft? "d the number of srtu,.. /oy for Dominica and St. Lucia ""hips to be lven to the scnool respectlyely, and the schooners wl,h s*cnd grade exhibitions il y bow' 1V ri r ^ "iT' r,,n !5"u r e'. C, st: '?" !" tl llLS. "Sir!? I-ucl. and St. Vincent, respectiveS^," 0 "r? ~i f^tf... • ly. The motor vessel Cuidad BoliJ*"" 1 %  l ?"S?? <* *! ,' 8 var which arrived here during the ?!""' Church Girls' Foundation 20 and Alexandra 26. No Fine On Overdue Library Hooks Next Week At a recent meeting of — — Board of Trustees It was decided, snowed that the posal. they were seen making their as an experiment, to have a trial sometime between September 14 Y ,. ,* ^IlT" !" "PP*"" !" ing. Is In charge of the work !!• way through the other craft, week when it will be pOMlble for and September 15. on oenair or (.reene wnile Inspeetaught hl miw if to „, d „ nd „ r „„ the public to return overdue book. Moroukin said that he went to tor Frnnklyn is prosecuting for ln unllte. | n Die Ihort space of to ihe Library without exposing sleep on September 14 and left the 'he Police. P.C. Greene has e.ect, nr ee weeks. Not allowing hi themselves to the usual fines In wire in his yard. The next momed 10 be ined summarily. blindne-s to be a handicap he such cases. ing It was missing. Yeelerday Sgl. KurreJJ told tha baipgd himself in various way. The Acthig Librarian lg seeking CASE DISMISSED: report' %  h""' hVnad '"^"""hi. "' "*"' "" """"''" '" Tr """ the co-operation of the public and %  %  monev in the Piilirf gv.miu.ui.fi all are asked to search their In the Astotant Court of Ap!" >n J k '" !" !" ".,'"'"!" %  not mupUeed library book. I A. Vaughai, and Mr A. J. 1. Q M.mo.ial Hall arc provided m ln g o, ml.pueed_ bo.*, to Arlhur of ,„ M1U ,„„, S1 ?£>£ %  gSXlbSi It' SiSiLHe told Orecne nftcr. that Mr. Ueorge Scott had said that he had unlike all Oue win STUDENTS ..itcnding the Carter pleaded guilty o( the ant as charge, but asked the court to exlaw. tend leniency. Police Constable *iiiii'MVFn Thompson, keeper of the crimin.il CAM AWUUEWKP! records said that the defendant m. nfm-nhi, u. v had two previous convictions for ^228.!*^*rA.JIf'ffS ?. cho "' lhr B "" d l <•"• Hunt stealing and on the la convlc^SZIS^SHZ^A v 5I """>'-I %  "!" l"g "")• Potion was sentenced to 18 months' {"'S^o tj"!,2 .",' f, res '" "•'">"' "> •""• rushing. T^ L, "„ S?, 0 *" 1 h lr '"'"" % %  " basketry which Polta! Constable 109 xi ^ hoo i „„ OD ened ,„ July! Greene U charged by the Police ,05, „, Hls Excellency the Govllarbour Police Constable Plnl•'"• "he Lireeny of £. 19,2 the „, K r S | r Alfred Sgvige, Mr., he lip. said tht investigations property of Police Constable George Scott who was sent by Ihe' re was sto.cn "* !" -_ _ 1 u, Tnnlda.l for IraniImprisonment with hard labou for stealing lead. ft y....;./i Hoiifull 1, Lorry Iluns Off Road A lorry. O 75. owned by Mi s 1 i.II. and .irv.-i. Bfr Itrid^haw .r whit* pi ; •.ceding on Parke's Road in U 1 Tlnllstli. I-.VI, l'i; H: %  celved an Injury to In. I W.-Hi. I i'.;'. I*, oantr] who %  the lorry, had MM CoUytno > complained of i Tha lorry, afta* going off the \o Utd ending In nearby Held. v. u slightly damaged. SWEET rOTATOES A pleasing featunIn St Joseph's dll i i w.i!.weel potato) in Ml ply Th %  p! i' I DaWOM WSJ .!(( par | but hoiuwwlvra ImiiKlit rradlh Bngl sh potatoes ure t • Insj BOH it 10 %  % % %  l-i HI nnd at 1(1 nut in thrr quaru' Ho ug ow l vosj ." %  ulwa] % %  .,,-. fchrduli"; t" <• r-hOp*. Walkiim Sticks ly ha UM mi i which Lionel i~ii.f,.ft if. "" %  % %  " % % %  •. "* % % % %  "K— -~ !" —— nrinur oi Two Mile Hill. ;ed on Clarence Clark o, Lead %  l^ -Mb ^'^'^^ St. the Vale, Christ Church, for wounding Eileen Harper, of Fair View, tn the same uarish. on May 30. Clark" wounded Harper with a stick. Harper said that she worked as a labourer at Searles Plantation and Clarke was a driver then-. She sent her daughter for her wages on the evening she was wounded and her daughter brought it $2 short. Clarke sometimes govo out the money and when she went to him and comulk indepci.Uci.Ily I said. There i a record at the Ubrary !" ? ".," T* nw l T. !" ,krn "P ,hp ">•>'•>• "e also uikes his register every HUMIIIH. of the books and the persons to *' • m "* ^ hOUr ,' ",'* S1> fr u asked Greene if he could vnreh and evening in Urallle wrliln, whom they have been issued, Ihe ilrn alo "8 lnls roud 30 ,n,,ea him and Oreene shnwcl him his from right 10 left. He also .an Acting Librarian still looks for-*" nour pocket?. In (he rlfhl !> whin that :.ny book ublainnble froii ward to your ready and willing Hu w ors liip Mr. E A McLeod he was wearing there n %  >'"-'> ha can get from Eng co-operation. nad fined Arthur 20/to be paid PUP"" monev nnd on npening (V land In braille, which permits hln in one month or 14 days'imprisonmoney he found four ten dollar 1" redd on the darkest night Hi notes, n Iwo dol'ar note nnd one "I*" has M walch by whuh In t.lls the time from touch. 33 Subjects mint for the offence which ... .aid to have been committed on dollar note. June 4. After he found the nmiiev The Lodge School gained 33 Ad„_,,,__ ..... ._ "reene turned to him anced Level subleets, and not nlr •> %  %  "• Brancker wno aph | m to ,. lk ,. ,. — ,,. iiloincd of the short money, he certificates as previously .ted. In peared yesterday for the defendlh( matter to Captain r took up a .tick which was nearby the July. 1952 General Certificate ant submitted to the court that nl T „ Mr narrow Sgt Hum and struck her on her head with of Education of the Oxford and proper notice of intended prosetnaI there wtro „„ wltn. it. The cut took four stitches. Cambridge Examination Board. cutlon was served on the defendi^p statement I'SED INDECENT LAN.il \c.l 14 • ,i.|. ,,I •STIIKASil.M." B*aVS Mant number of students :re is 14. They consist ol thraa femalea and Ihe others arc males. He said that the rush >e*lIng class has been suspended i iiio difficulty In gvltiii. Ho laid Hi.'ii not bavin,) the rush keeps back an order foe holtnnied chili-; firMI %  %  rail airport. One student has completed In course In llraillr u.iminc Ihrough to be paid In 14 day. or one ,, rlvllU lui(ion (|e His Worship .Mi. (. It (imi Acting Police Magistralo of Dorrush Irict "A" yt.st. Bv(C Joseph a doBMatfc sarvaal >i NCI.IIII Sti. -> $****£ > T b v 4 month's imprisonment with har.l labour for using Indecent tanguaae on Nelson Street. The offence was committed o i September 15. ON BOND l"J. GAMBLING: ;aid tha aitlng a set of braille Instruwith" which to teach in general. %  hi OlaMEETING AT PRESS CLUB WEDNESDAY NIGHT His Wi Acting Police Mag...ttu M D ff> fc *SSSS "' 1 %  -'•: oWoek, Mi P A. Hoyos. Senior ti Road. St. Michael on a bon I History M .ster of Lodge School. %  ill raad i pi.per on "Tha Life tnd Tnuf of Clennell Wifkham." t very body |s invited. (or three months in the sum ol £S for gambling i i Slreal on September 13. S. P. + C. A. %  If sjHsaaJi %  K yuu an i ih*r win 1.. NEVF.ll BE V. I i ofv Rfl. %  afaaTa W -a raf-f i is the Corantli Acid Acrtyl Sal (Aspirin) 1'ln luoiin. nr. 2 .,-1. .,. ii %  i %  Iptathal gr. 1 For the Hpeedy Relief of p .,.. Quickly rallava baadacfa*. Nauralajta Nunti and ll nerve pain Km tiu i mota iii.v rap! %  I tha h.ah tsaaaaraaari i and chills TlV >' h) 1|> 10 i< ''.iBowrl \rllvlty to Mi.i,t.i n ... ... so c Althuiiiil, ,.|.. IMI I'K. tabteti.!.. not contain any harmlul I-IIM-H ud will II I upset tin In-art Ml I gU I m disluilwnees. PBICIl |/. II It HOTTLK BRK'E WEATHEKIIEAU LID. %  sailing Aajani f,„ IUMU I ".inDrug Co. '**& AN AMWTANT TEACHER ".treaming-' s group of boys who nsvt bean transferrrf from other Ele mentanr Schools W the modern Srcondsry School (flt. LooaardH) at Klclnnond. (.Story on paye J.I HERE'S A SLMCE OF STHENGTH FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN J & R ENRICHED BREAD ana TOWELS BATH MATS W hat fonWralue could tbeie be? . wonderful ny&Mby Aristoc I the aristocrat of stocktnm ATTmACTMVE and EVOXOMiCAL m CUSSONS" IMl'KKIAI. I.EATIIKR COLOGNE IMI'KKIAI. l.l.ATIII.R TOII-ICT SOAP M BBS SHAM: TALCUM BHAVING llowi.s I'l.iil I Ml;s — JASMIN. KOSK. SHtKT I'EA KNIGHT'S LTD. WC ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF Airro ACCESSORIES. 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FACE SIX IIAKB.IIMIN AI1MM Ml Tl I Si, \V. SKPTEMB-fc It, Ml CLASSIFIED ADS. i__ r F-tO*_ 1S0S 1>IFJ> i > i. L I On Jflwwr IS. I. J-nm r, .omul VP.Mlei %  Wad. Pae 1* bl*. i-W i.trfi-nci .. buiv Road al 4 M ir %  Hemae* i*lf#i. Ciipi .anal, Il.i '<*., Ward Ma_flt-rai M t I IN MI'MORI AM FOR KALE AUTOMOTIVE BBVOHO COMMDIC1AL VHtlCUy. iil ircpivad %  rcw iMpan'it iicliuHr.%  to 3. % Ion 1 CAH--On :JIM> %  nil O.IOMI ISM r..o-l_ -Krtll.nl J.i lea-H-lll UlM In Thi .**i. nk,..l MMMIM "Th* _ip hh I 4 iM-nCr And by (be .11 [. m* Bar* In lo-nf pro-Id"!** %  Deie* rloldi? 1e_ni. li'i ...t Moid 1 M CAR—Wola-I rarrat li.-.l -.1'. CAR~Wol_p.. y 13 II P in foot) coridlI . Krari-at • %  -.** it II M N Cemnaay vmn UI.YI thaai MIO mil*. 0n*r bought IM r. Dia'. Cn U n-,> Oarage Mil A PLAT v.. Partly fiarO-ahed HOUSES *ap**t at T-IU-X :ii *w itn •*_0 J tiiirintuanal T*a ao*p*i %  *!• hydieallr hWI M-TM Phot. .* rarnum Ore * gt -rn-e HlUjmfr-ft. Ut ah aba, foilb.drooi • .alar and rlactrlrtU MtroaKlxMJt. Fri, *C From IWtcuibtr onwnra. App, ..-. %  .. ;..r .A i, -pi, ;i ;-; VKNTNOR I ldf0IDI ._*! %  Avr. ateUevllle, ,h "^WiPK OFFICES COOL AIRY omcf -rACf 1 the tin ulfersd lo an r flu l Id l A. ali_bl. Munlr i %  3 .. I TOP PLOON Sniuofu. BulM" on Jau— Slim. Suliabl* for oflh* io_nd Floor tenanted _rl Club Applv %  •ld. Solicitor* ~ rnanlod by ateibml. 6JMr~fcfi;. WANTED R*criil. AppK 11 % % %  in* Id rr-wo4. .1 at Jw.i IS .SB MOTOHfTCIJl. IMt 11 "Jin Apply N (JlBbi. Liu>d SiaECTRUAI. GAW^BD PlCKflAJUI3 •. OHMS Juat lacMvrd a -roll*. queatUf reg aa.ty ft C Meffel Co Lid ONE ID Klrclncal Bprarlng Mac Mi,, 'omplat* wllh SUNBEAM Ofiii-rui i urn mum Air Tank Aluminum Bpray jn. In food working oidr Pi uaeanablr Apply C Arthur M.tyhi 11*111 Mill" A C . ri I U 1 MECHANICAL (iHASS c-UTTBRaV f culllnj bl.td. -•urtMp Oartai Dial •) %  II HELP ttfMEOUTKLV. Vonnr Man • %  Hal. f"*n i.irf GMtaral Offlcr Clark Apply i Hill 1. Wiakri A Company. Spiy Sine VJiulanowu. it u_. i u n r A*\ ^.l*> A i itrtlaln^ Dapi n • II /. SJLKVAK^-WlM in ai... i--.M fMnllr. mu-l h*a yed mt^fr j;30 onl> bafwaao lb* ban. :! 10 3 Ham Iff 9 WWotUUfc* •• Ha-*' nl ivnii Hart, r PER.SOAAL Th# | ffliln c *",t lo in) K, Katbl.ri. naan M i.-u n— rtrnn* >• 1 ea pot I,.. mvr:f Trip-n-ihiP lot hn or anyone... %  o-.!,ctfc>i may o>l>i or drbix in m RUT. iinlpaa by • wrirbm %  nd-r Mnrrwtlon Road. Buah , A SI MKbaal H • H~t. I:UI CATIO.\AI MACHINE One RlnCrl St... M*Mi faa d tandluon. prwa irmorubi Apply M*< Ulllaiu, Daytrll'* Road, i .rial 34 ) %  9 ML TVI'EWKITXK -On* Coiona 7.>pf>. portabla Typawnlar In aound tondllli-ii i'1'ov apply "OfJka Equipmml Saivl. Co.," Colrld|p Su1 Ptior.rSlOfj ii 1 5--.'* FOULTBV DUCKIX4f>-T*n HOi dayi old M. aacii apply. M' Haloid HIII.. Calba UHhfla. roeUbaila l Dial Jl 11 f %  i f > iM IM.II s\u:s RKAI. ESTA1-R la'NOALOW, al IIMUKAI !< %  .• a br**M l>il 1MB II ? 4 DLI1.11IMO S1TTS al aUihton. Black Rock ar.d al Day.-nlM IkMan. Roa.1 Apply Mr Huldimwi HMdkln -. PtanArid mVtmin Dial sT itr: 4 SEA AND AIK TRAFFIC K4TES OF KXCHAIWK paJMi m.rCablr Cwrrr. CRAMB KOUSCm.41. PWBp •• %  rdlni on rood and SI prn f i Tho HOJM nm>l< ~^ --. M i day of _., %  flu, of 'h%  . %  HRR W RiftUi M*'. IE M TBRMI* CmSa>rb.lln 4 brdreomf upotai,.. loll" -r*l b-in >:f_l-lr and *-n.t.i water -nd Kln-h"-^ ..Ito. t> I kllcbcn garaVna and ..-rti-rd ff acirr f ( : MM of pvtalim Iniprrll" i m* d-y mewl #-.tOM\ Apply K Wi { :i>l**n A Manara !>.<*.,._. a Co I.M 1 1 dctiolai 4M -d. -radar Captain R Iato-ta at Co Lid n Ab-oa Puritan 1 Til., Mart. uLdrt r_.-. ( A-tr-oti Da Corta I T -< Mrra fJH i_„, „,AmiW laM, .m.trr Captain Dr Haan Aptfll* %  >l %  ..,. A I Drparlmrr* R.,tlrM V Lad* Jr In. Ht Uuf-la. M V CuMad IV.ii>,.in, Jamaica *t V Canhbrr la. Ii (or MarMnlqu KINNOUI. M RANK KAU. MAI ROAD, 'al MMf of r.Macr to Vr-r kood't I.andi. Ralnt Mwhaal. .tin din_ I'tHJ aquara f*t ol Und. a p*rt rh la uBrd aa an orchard Tha DwaiiinaflMUaa conlakna Callpr I).-.wln_ and ninltta *ooma. — Brt-.kf, Room, a t x -dro o m. u arrUi dtaaat"£--. Rainbow Maifa M for It Kltrh. i A' and >,. Sarvanla roam Pan il atmrmi-ii. riarinru. TTM Proparty will b* aa up for a. (> Public CornpvUtton al awotn. Jamaa SII--H. BrldCMown. on Friday ISt I •rpt-mbor illrn YTARWOOD BOYCE %  •akiMn io • M -•, SMWCII ARRITAIA •-FPTTMriER 13 I Hull: B 11.11)1 1, M_il I Maj^r C Major. A IWa.o. > Wllta J M|ib.r_. N RM ) Proa. M I P.n_. A P-„ Oonralr. M.irlc M, SPPTEMHi n | I I I ,.-,1 %  an Mo^ClJTl"—A ndbrly ronovalad Ihi tMdronmad iiouar all modnn co. i-rnnnm lUndliuf on noorly lhr* acr of Und Kltatad for kllchan ,_.d>r.t• -,.__' %  %  — -, % %  a_._n Chlb no** on' Ciitbl.it. I MQTTW. 1 "i!_, J %  •"'v* Pifotl. C ONaoi Evrtyn ft jtvalyn. C Draytan. II nnrwv R Rock, c Mamard. C rtc'. J. Slmpaon. P ilourna. C Scott "ricSliw MO, "* D W d ""' i Paradi.r 1 I 1 T.I1IH >q fl Rofra Koad. th* Ivr M ft frenlaffr I) l/l aci. land at tafia Flail I) I a UP at Rockloy Cb. Ch, Ii Sr .1-1.1 H.M.-p Sp_,, ., Worihln! Vlaw. Cb Ch. I) I aero* at Maww-H Main Road. Cl h DUI M1 R Arrti*r McKanr.. iclorla StraM. HIM IT %  ALB OF TUB HUT.IK V.iOill T B % %  .!. % %  Thp appiaiaod pile* of tM.OUiiBO n.. bav-lna ban •P.-KPI lor tna Mo4o> ipi T R. IIADAll nM"IH TI purr I-iv "i th.,mpro mvupd Buck olfara ir u bt aunmitlpd •raipd art*alp*. to h addit-wad lo Th. Marahal M Admiralty. Public RuildtnaBarbadoa and rr lo rrarh him on o ..-Imp thp BHh BvplPmnvr. IM] On tha III nptntort, tha aoalad pnvplnp. ronlalnln. I ho oRrra will thr Cot i. %  .', ...I by ii %  P-PIHP of tha Chi. particular! apply lo: T T HEAI'IFY Murdkal In Adnuialtv I'., i..V Hop*. D IOPP. J Pania. E Mary. Y Man, L Taylor and A TbyWr n.m Trtaldad: P BaiilPV, M Mil*. R Mll*a. O Inc. F 1*P. K L*t, I. Rankln. D Yaarwood 1 aunkl M BDfi, M HO|PI> J JonM. T Hobinaon. C Sanab'la. C RanabrU. Ji I. Oonula*. O Oonialer. O Oanuln vt tn.mr-.l-i V Marmol and I Molln-i rroaa ai i r i. W DalI. < .i „ M ciarkann M Clarfc-an. M Ckrk a, ci.rbwm r (.ran-, A Kim J Km*, A DPVNUd M, Dnrtol II--. Ttlaidad RIPTFAIBER 11 Q T. ,,...,„ M OcSom_.CMacDoiu.id. P. Colvm. O Bmltb. II •Janlth, r Rmltl, \ Stum,. J imith. 11 Ben. I Rorhr. i tiM.ihonv. D BUrkinan. J I .ndlav •t findiay. 1) MallUid. C Maillard. M-.hll..j. O Maillatd. a MailU H. ._ MallUrd. T IVmpra. %  UiT.itb. I. ill.id. A Hum' •.bin"-. MAMVMS ..A.Ufda: SrPTrMRRH IS > %  t'.itrhpolp f Smitf I Hindu an-i 1 11a.* < ... I'urrlklr. .si Ham*.. W HayriM, ft. 1IUI. f AUtii I C.oddaia. W •** IILM Norms tp__BC_-LLANfEOt> A BAM-MUH-Ar* ywu rttunnt a_4iMdM -n MUaMJ M ONLY II C-L •Mil Q W HITTVK1NBON a. CO LTD ia • __—& %  _!_______?' fi_AMT -Aba-t • wall rootad Plui-. h_o. ah-> ia PDOM tl R*-l Ma %  ltaii.il %  nd • uun brad PulWta 4-* monlhr. olu WrtU Utti. Baiialya" II Pator IB U%  NOTICE Thu II t* notify my au*i-n_at. loai rav* loat my 1 uc*i-_ok and Did. M w*uld Uk* all th—• who kpvp Oat. • lib th* OrUintra lo pay m* a vitll at. %  1 a_M M arra n aad *vDNrv Niixa for Sydnay Nil*. • Orcb4iiia • %  !.. •w to tb* Dafir lalaaiaab. Bnaland'l laadlna Dally Ni I* now a :T1VU_ In U-t-aOo* tar %  MB • aftar pubueallon in :lou Cnritarl l~n Gal*. C/o A.titl-*al ft lMM— l aia-* ITAJt— %tj, NOTICE %  Eatat* of MI1J.ICENT HAWKINS ,l..-p ,--1 NtrriCE IM I1EHKBY OIVBN ll.-l n paraena havlruf any dabt or claim aji'i lha -at.t. of Mini,,.it lUwkmi wbo di> In ula laland on lb* I84h day of Mart 1 11*1 a'* b*r*by raqulrvd lo apnd l*rtlri lira of Ihalr rlalma. duly ait*al*d. I th* ii'idprilfjipil. Edwatd Rt*nlr> K.ibn Unn. und Cyril B-rtram Hlmrtl. th .(... i damw-d . t(%  A. Ih* ofllca Ilia ilAI;KlSoN COLUGE > nart tr-tn at Harrlaon Collag* VI i oil Turaduf., the llth M ftpptunb. moat will b* In aaaato Mno .* D ft. M MALONa. %  *" *tM y Tr aa auirr. II — Coll*g* ;;r?:_ !'">• > rwr it-, WAI •.dtarat* i brMiaaa. V*< • a...1 h m at* Plr.l P*U I. Ihla la.a-. The Housewife's Alphabet G: S MA,a d Coob cook baMai I hava you ttdri I_IM. GBB Cookrrm a (.\SHOWROOM. CASABLANCA Md-K**>ell UdU Exlicm.ly well kepi 4 bedI uoms houf* of motlrrn rir4t_B. Combir.ili->n living nd nunc Mom. 2 di'cricn_. Breakfa'l Room. TMM nd ..f.indah Inc. h tbcre llllij .rvt'ils rooms, \vanr-m and Rarag In ymd which 1. W. 11 laid oil G.-irdpn ciUftl )l kind. A !-:p.i. IOUS and coinluttnblr j t> compact projRFrt) AUSO — A -hm-.l cumpr ling .ip feet land adjoining ..n' MIWVC property. Numdroui rocoanut trees. I ill tfMi of every descrtp%  InBpection every day ex• |il Sundnv between 4^-fl %  i.m. on iipplirntinn to Ur. Fdfia Eckstein. Phone B213. Far Raie by pnblle aellan on Friday 1Mb at 141 p.m. at the office of thp nnderalcned from wboaa farther partiralara may be obtained TONCIIaW UnbrawJubl*. < -icha. Two calli U D U H i il Id m rarh O W HUTCMlNTlo CO LTD. M • M-i "fir. i.u, Otrk* sale V IK r a." Ililh. Bttad wltb T-nM-ilm*nl* an ComUnatlon Lock R doa MflflfM C > l>.I Mlaa II Bin aaMj IhU Cbrlai .... iatar IB* Ail SHOW """^ AT I HI-. BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB it..-al and Visiting Metnlwi.Only) Tlirough the eourtw\ of tinBrilUh Council there will bo %  FILM SHOW in the Ballroom on WEDNERDAY. S* ptcmbor l"th. at it :m p.m. raadoe* froM eRittaty am* ^.Mttona \ The Projranvme includes ol p_eBn_l hr_*-*- %  i J-*** l J 0 ^ BRITISH NEWS %*y_^^rVTJB J HOUSE or WINDSOR *" wh0 22! .S CAMBRirx;E UNIVERSITY COUNTRY TOWN M 'ailan V Cla .-•* R Uilan •Ity V Mutt Vim nrray, c %  %  Elll.^n. G Erik. CUika.' Pyorrjiea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours j£ Si? OFFICIAL NOTICE is TMF (Ol I 1 I • %  aviac or i-Uiminx awj ntalr. rLfhl ar aRMibul th* pnoparty namnaJbrr m*Tiuoo*d mm prop••'l^ :n brHM .-for* m* an aMoual of th*ir -lain, a-.tn ih*lr i .nd vo_fh*r. i„ br rUl r.tn*i tr, m* On at., i 11 BOOT, and a o'clock m in* anarwoon at th* lt*aiu..tion cam.-*. pu_lt* Bul.d %  Mirta-n. b*t*r* th* lit* day a* Octob*r. KM. braponad on and rankrd acrordlng lo th -•pactiv-ly. othrrwla* n^-h par i ana wlU b* pr• %  ** % %  and b* d*pnvrd tiom all claim, on or a_ah> _d_M %  .fiom tb* baabriha af any %  *aad pinrrtv fKllARD lOAXU FRANCIS IM1KAI n BARMS f/-, /t's time you kntw MB .hoir"T,i llrf .-ii.| ** inal nax Mia. t.it. iy thai fcir Bit at r-rr _t. p*-i i •rK.T.rtni*r-#rrl"n ItawiUaa* and iiap thaw dlara — Saiotlk-a ttajhlana ii.* ta-lh. Tb* f J ll**lui totfrom v. w, W. B. ibawa tba rrauTli < i___.ni.npi 1 aaarradfraaaTr-n ^_R£ %  -t SUt* B_,_ n i %  %  an land* nf Tha Mount PUnUMten an ( A t aapanon daaaaaad iipnuui daccaard on ud* %  thi ritat'i ..tht r( %  Hack Hoc* .i*d or however eta* tho with all ind ainaulat tif land -i..l*d and b_rt %  ALL THAT t UM pe_j h • %  abauta Abutim and bo landi rn w. w. RadM oi on l_nd. ol thr.UU ul -I Thntnpaati ticai Mtl J VaJ 1 to th* public r__u %  M may abut and boar. and M*a*d*d on th* anld n-icei b-tn| I UAMs SHIPPING NOTICES Will. MnTHItas adviae I jbughier to take Parmlol, %  ir*4t*+* uff*fin_ 11ut" %  'r-ni 1 lofitMIi f MpBrehV %  %  %  Chaae" is yotrf a*aar_r:6i-. OR. CHASE'S PARADOS. -aaaaa Quick Rw!i*t from Cum — a^M Hflll-C loaaar all tnlima 1 Iftod % %  any liunii aad than haard ol l_M aaw dim..ir-n w In 34 noun aftM ej-M flnjiiin HM had -..>|.p*d bbtadina. Ta MranaM In %  aio-th fli %  'tbiM dayi and la lao weak. rusrarl&ttsEw Chaorcmtaod I W-llAYS NFWS RASH .{ I Ain.iK la . JOHNSON'S STATIONERY GIBBONS STAMP Ii CATALOGUE 153 DIARIES roil IM AITOUAIS FOR IW_ fOHS %  O-> %  !-. *wa>V*t^O*a>v-J. The M/V •CABlBBrr.' w.il %  eraal Cano nd Piaaana'i' < %  -t-iml. Hetrti and St. Rim. BMrtn. rriday Th* M V "MOHKKA" -i.l orccpl C^rto and Paaaengeri lot pamlnlM. Antifua. S_aBtMrnM. Nrvlt *nd St Kftta f-i iu f rnda. |W |. SCHOONER "*M ( ASSOCIATION (INT i I Coaal(aa*. Tele No Mil Jffial a T iaeaTUr.grTiblili Amoianit"^ CANADIAN 9VICS GOVERNMENT NOTICES sot r a BO I VII TENDER FOR MOTOR TBl'CK Tenders are Invited for the purchase of a Ford V.8 S ton Meun Truck 1945 model. 2. This Truck can be sean at the Pine Plantation any ur*t„ dw between tho hours of 9.00 am. and 3.00 p.m. or Saturday bdtween tho hours of 9.00 n.m nd 11.00 a.m. 3 Tenders should be addre'*d to the Director of Agriculture Deparimenl uf Agriculture and %  h< ,ild reach the office not later thai4.00 p m on Saturday, the 30th September. 1952 10 t.a_-:' \R.1BTA" ;• !?K8K Ml, M.l".l ^" ".!" rrt... rw..*" iMh Au-utl Jll Au-l* >"h Wrt"Wl i9h 5P i-jr i—> .. u l—i l l.. an. ?"" Mlh %  W-..I— '"• h S'pWmbIB Ocb~ NU.TUMO.NU ALCOA mtMDM Aoir i a a COSIA a co. I.. Itthl In. ... !*•.—*• 1——f 9 LTD CANADIAN SERVICE NEW T0K BAaBAIIOS HKtKB ALC.A HAST— _> .1. VOMt M. M JAM*" 0 NEW OELEANS BAKBADOS -SERVICE I. raW OKUWITA .1... W >•'PAB.ADO. IT.h W POLICE NOTICE I HanRald U W .in* M W.tn.*. C w Cii*i 1 Ooddaid Hark Mar MIV. '.iifr.ll. A Pe'.nai A We-d M Ward V Johneton and n Ral'oar (at tiaaiib In Touch With Barbados Coaital SUtlon Cablr and Wirel.— %  W I i LM. adu* Ihal they can now eommanlralp with Hi* followlnd hlp throtiah thl: H-rbadoCOMI station a. n P-ii'i-llto B d p unul pt,;a SS 'i-mrinf. II Hallanger. SB PaUifnidei. 1* iMmila p Ooulandila B^ vpaltl*. SS. Alcoa Prnnant SS UUI1M. s 9 Alc—a Puittan. SB. Juno. M.S 't-ra S S De QraaM, SB Mormardalp P. S*am_ilc. 9.B AuiWa, St B Roaa s s Canadian Constructor. M T Bahla 8_. Norarlady. SS Salta ST. B.B Fran. rlaCO R Hart SS Ranfiloto. SS Alcoo i .i.i-i SS Bath SS Kallada. SS Dolor**, SJa. AUantlr Print*. S f> l.mu ss S|.iin.-• x l. Mta 4... nr Ta. -•" .i. .. "n_ .. II" t V, H..M. .1. ., VI "* 4a_ . GF.NF.RAI HARDWARE RICKKTT STREET (O cr oillc P. tf.lt d>M prolvo. fin com.i.l. AK VOU. CMM-T PO. ftAl 0CTAU ROBERT THOM LTD —NEW TOE OULF HEVICE EXTRA-MURAL ASSOC1ATJON (JUNIOR DRAMATIC SOaCTfl TWO PLAYS THE MAN WHO WOtlUHPT GOJ h MM t~m aSSa^JBIg, — al the — rill Kl I THEATRE. WAKEPIELD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER ITTH—8 00 P.M. rRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1TH—5.00 P.M. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20TH-8.00 P.M. MATTNEB: 4e. thp llrili.h Council. W.k.fl.Hl. •//*.l>WI^.'''W/'-v/.v.v/.w.y.-.IMPOKTAKT TO PLANTERS We have pleasure in sdvisinR that we have received from U.K. AN ALL-STEEL CANE CART rTTTED WITH PNEUMATIC TYRES & BRAKES ThU ia designed tapecially to meat local conditions and tha comtruction II heavily reinforced where neceuary to cope with extreme conditions. We shall be very pleased to demonstrate tbia to you at our premises or anywhere at your convenience. Your enquiries will receive aur usual prempl attention. COURTESY GARAGE Robert Thora Limited White Park Ro.d Di.1: 4tir, ; ; LI-MOLOTION haa bam declared TOUJPT LOTION It qUALITY pla. vuurt Dreaataa Tebl* 'ml|rtabl* fnj". aaata NAT MAL'GKN, Hay %  feaai, %  f Mil .TON BBOWRB. R*> "hr**t isToNs uiiti; Minu-. mail . |tn n II.-.A v ,*rt. s.r**l O. AI.I1V.M~. Sat M SMITH l.. K.nWAN'S VAIIIITY n %  Au. vAitirrv STORK. icb Rock THS INTlRNATlONAi. TRADING COIL-ORATION, LTDIfoo aWHdin|. Coleri-ie -treat. M iDGfTOWN. IAR9APOS, t.W I FURNISH TO-DAY The Money Saving Way .OlU-y %  ,". Kllchen. %  Inn and I .4I_or Caere _i up DRAW.•rnllurator IJIllr and Rlf VP.. aaa, in-.i.' bRi 1 laagiri n g %  Be neb*. L S. WILSON KIII niAt i-'t Hurrirane Precaution HIM m, IX DURING A STOEM— If the rrt-.lre a* the Hbarsa paaaea dlreetly aver there will be a lull In the iml laatlnr far B few mlaaSe* lo half an hour. Stay In a safe place. Make emergen. <-y repair*, but rerarsBber the wind will atart up If iinililn-. with greater TWlence from the opposite : ditrcll-ll 16.9.52— ID. j''"ill'ii a____a-_---— BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Before Stock Taking wa are CLEARING sever.! usefal itema 111 Household Hardware time include SAUCEPANS, FRY PANS. POTS. HALF PINT GLASSES. SNAP GLASSES. JIGS. SALT PEPPER SHAKERS, CUPS ft SAUCERS. PLATES. TEA STRAINERS, CAN OPENERS and several other HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES OW Visil Ul and ScIhese Bargains on display .1 evlremely Low Pricaa G. W. HUTCHINSON & Co., Ltd.



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TUESDAV. SEPTEMBER 1C. 1K2 BASSADOS ADVOCATE m.i I HUM' W. I. Federation Means Ne W. I. Nation Sure Economic Footing Essential Ir.'in Our Own Corrupt indent PORT OF SPAIN Sept V2 BRITISH WEST INDIES federal;..-, Li much more than an economi-project, li is. indeed, no less than the creation of %  new West Indian nation. Mr Arthur Shot. Held, former Economic Adviser b :.*• %  Go vw iimtnl <>( Trinidad and Tobago told a meeting of the Trinidad %  Com me ice this week. h< meal %  of % %  ing mi ihe economic r-'pi i-, Saturday Aui.. Briti n Wi i idii fed* rail I the request oi the rhmni-er. daDookhM and fta rlsren ui*i such fcder-i ick, shared the ..... i I—Fed V -... .... %  to teason the hntnrv n* TYInldad racing, by the process ot .federation SUiu* t.nd respect depended on the way -*. • : Ks*t forecast paid • (.REX ADA'* XVM UK. II M'IMNM L-fTwijwere handled i t.tei I %  [ha 'hird daj of ftie %  |d InII might or might nit Imto *ff^ as ,c meeting, i result or fcder-ition. ( %  •Ibsrr.iii. nf v. 'tie natural ^ ur 5 pr ,-^ ;i101 ,x "' "• "' ieourc^ -r ,nr m Indg ;id to have soid poor, the people of the W\vt In, "' ,!;pnf1 '"-' a I .ml enterprise could f "" M,O0ft The I balance of naoureaa, £25 "" "' ",' ****** r.umU'tJ. not horses as punter* Cusiems I'aio*. ihe tiucMion of Customs union he pointed out one ihaafl illy do. Only five tickets were sold < the Dsrzlc-Dynamite combinat" THE NEW ANOLICAN HIOH SCHOOL in Oransda which *aa e. Arundell (In foreground. *OBM of the former military hntnwnlt) :ied by III* Esrellency Sir Robert vantage to Trinidad. Trinidad .vesterdav which paid $2 228 Customs duties, he said, were hy viaim lursarH far the lowest of all the West % % %  % %  !/ %  Indian colonies. This was a treat The Trinidad Government, alagvantage because it reduced ready committed in principle the prices and costs In Trinidad, and establishment here or a region u it kept Trinidad enterprise In virus-research central I.I i.calthy competition with overseas the Rockefeller Foundation, will 5Uppi.es. soon be asked to a] For fiscal reasons it was imposof a building in Port-or-Spainsible to dispense with Customs wharf area for the purpose. duties In the West Indies. The In Trinidad this week to look colonies could not rely on direct over the proposed site wave Dr taxation or on sales and excise Holla B. Hill. Or. Hugh B. Smiih taxes. The general level of the and Dr. Wilbur G. Downs, wi, Customs duties would have to be comprised a Rockefeller mission, higher in a Customs Union than After ins,nvin.ti at present in Trinidad because of thut the building could be suitably the revenue needs of the other adapted for use as a centre. S^%icTt^rSSU NE WCASTLE WMI uSiluL^'t^K 0 ] "Newcastledisease, enemy of 1U .^2?. V, "* Tnnida 1 had the Colony's poultry far,,.,, Its present oil revenue. h^niy communicable a „ d 111 Mr. Shenfleld pointed out that v 'r1ue is "a microscopic form or Trinidad would gain something organism" extendng to many from the Customs Union because years when it was first noticed In it would have a free field within ,1 "' DuM* East Ir Ucs the whole area for its industrial Member:; or the Trinidad and products. He spoke of the great Tobago AgTiciJltura) Society danger or political pressure (rum le arncd IhU yesterday during ;:ihe poorer territories to tax the tal on -Newcastle Disease and richer territories in order to Poullry" by Dr L R. Hutson. equalise standards of living and D**P uI >' D'rector or Agriculture social services in the different (Animal Husbandry) According colonies to Dr. Hutson. tie disease was It wan one thing lor the poorer fnuild '" -wope, Asia, the Far colonies to get richar b v the \>"x V.S.A.. and Canada and In spit-ad or enterprise and capital, ,ne Caribbean area. BB^~?ea7£ I* 1 '"? f rlften ; !" Dp H" Director HU iho nJ.Z £ ln1T.„ ,,e i r sla daru of disea^. was found among common '" "'"Win !" ill siderable dagn-e or resistance %  MfWOTed rxononijPaTraonl were also susceptible to Mr. Shenfleld sugget-led thai the ih.,I.M .,., which m primarily economy of the whole area might one or the spmnl tntaea improve an a result ir there was Symptom* or the disease, he n spread of Ihe spiriof enterprise Mid, followed %  varied pattern Wh'ch was foun.l in Trinidad, to nnd he po'nted out that thero n wider itel": the opt-mum dlstrlwere several other discuses which DUtinn of labour by reason of could be mistaken for "Ncwcasfrccdom or movement within the He" disease, diagnosis or which area and better distribution and was highly technical. He could location of p.oncer enterprise. not M* exactly how the disease It was not. he said, his purpose „ot into Ti tnidad as he would al' to damn rederation. hut only to have to mswrr how it got into appraise some or its economic other places where it existed features as coolly as possible. He One Of the ways in which it commended to the Chamber the m all parts of the followed the receiving of His ExP '-rming n very rvpreaeneellencv bv the ofnciating clergy I. ;ivc> ..''inbl> attended the nt the closed main door after runction. Among U.cm were Govwh(ch „,„ passed through I ernment officials, members of the jruurd of honour of school GulUeUgislanue. representatives of ;ind uniformed pupils, and the the Roman Catholic. Methodist ,idling of the key by Mla> M. and Presbyterhu. ohurcbas. memA f>rtrand. Headmistress, to the ben, o f the Board of Education ( ,ov f rnor who turned the key and i.i-clared the school open hard timr %  Than be sdded "tbj ?" rtnB ^ ^ l f wl o*. of Ih *-. ll i" more 1 attend these "*, "fi ,he t ., Sc >i?i J ? ho H; the more I find the people arc ol l', 1 ?* b '" s l 5 Schoo i "'i' 1 the opinion thai TrVnfdad b a ""^ rt ,h l "^"^ WWe ^ 'irossed by the Archdeacon and milch cow The Minister who wn* onof Hl Excellency, with Mr. H. E. L. o O.l",,; *.lo>" S "n"h "on'""" %  <'ha„c,ll„r „f ,hc Dlocr. the Colony's delegates to the ference—the Hon. A. R V. H..bertson. the Financial Secrmary wai UM other—-said the meeting le to arrivc'at a decision on the proposed change of basi> noving a vote of thanks. History Of School The Archdeacon gave a loll i"t(>. itlil Ul n I'i OHfllUltH ''I • %  n i _i% %  > i %  people believe that Trinidad is a milch cow. Returning from the Jamah i four-day finance talks (OnnsCU with the University College i t Lady Luck is certainly rollowthe West Indies last Sundaj if" ng */trec .voung East Indian men temoon. Mr Joseph told Pre: s it the current Santa Ros.i race upresentalives "l had •* very exist Ll'CKV THREE Of coOU^Eution from one of popu^J^ nt ,h '' Sc'iool. now in Its lation to -nir-n other hai' "J. n vt Hr af V r Government ceded f ill respontobility for a secondary Barbados and Trln dad, he said, school for girls some years maintained that the population < irlicr A golden opportunity fee basis wa* unatMBttOnably UM best then been grasped by the business mid the jnulutudinous benedti* t ke Arrhdeacon H. A. Walton of which Jamaica and the Jamaicans UM time. derived from having the UniverHe said the Anglican authority College and its hospital there ties could never be too grateful were sufficient for them to make to the Government for allowlnc the contributions they were at the School to be moved : long ha\>' lo think of the new High 8cho il as "our )oy and their envy" but that before many months a bull< mg would be seen *wing up aero--; the road worthy of the G.B.S.: %  . Among his many spadal thnnk (he Archdeacon expressed grat 1 lUde to the Society for thPropagation of the Gospel wh had contributed nearly one-thn Of th* OOal of the new hiiildiit' to ih< St aeavse*s Parish Countl for a large donation and .i mui %  '• larger loan, lo (lovemmenl Ttr ueneioii. veto upturn, in sections of th building expressive or appml th-n of S|ieeial donations. Lao-. Arundell drew ailde a eurtm < betore that audience tn the a i ball leading : "SP"', Kail;" His Honour the Admlnl later Mr. Wallace Marmillan one reading "Arundell Hall" with the Colony's coat of aims as a centn-{ lece in appreciation of assistant % %  1 CSovarnmant tad the Ltglai.ilure; nL A, Rapier a Utini 'St George-. Hall"—in tribute as the Parish Council; Mr Joeaiyn Williams a fourth — "Wllllao> Memorial Classnaiin donati-d l her husband. Mr It. () Wil)u memory of deceased of imll) and Miss Jesaic de'Ifth "deGale Memorial -uiven by the deGale lamlty m memory or Olga deGale who was killed by a flying bomi. in the last war. All but the first mentioned were on the second i'l-ir With a final hymn and the National Anthem the lunetion wan brought to a close and person* attending inspected the $60,OOU iHilldinc. Jamaica Gets Third Partv JAMAICA. Sept. 15 Jamaica'! third poUti and second %  i. unched yesterday by the wuiuleaders of th* Psseai PW lug W. r meeting Known * the National LSUJ I tod i'Ken Hill T.U.t• icside-r. Kisnk Hill P.U.t Be n irj and other pre• in. wei gpeDSd tram the party in Marc for Communist .ictiviI I l.-i top le.ideis ,,( tli. T.U.C. such as Arthur ReBr] SB Han all ..dmhtrd Com n top toad* H the new party MCSVM Rlehard Han nan 1 it the mc-ting when he made .irtmg bid to have the Nation-i* labour Party declare In favour >f Communism as its economic >oliey Committee of 56 Members A coaunittec of M member^ .vere set up yesterday to buila nt^ organuuitton in time lor the I irst Aruiu.il Meeting ichedule-l Bat Easter. The party Is known gi the Third Ward of Jamaica because the previously announced United Negro Party by one lime P.N.P member Fred Evans on the Right Party of Jamaica recently anhounced that Morris PafOH politics! candidate in the previous elections was not being active enough or supported enough tr merit the title of a political party while the new party Is built on T.U.C. Trade union strength and SB ad bee organisation set up after 'he PNP split and known i friends of the T.U.C The policy i> annooi,..| ., Socialist Nationalist with the aim of "uniting the National Mi ment m JamaicaSI Special Treal W fl„ the Family ^J t Mak..\\0M(' Mungoen Siolen; £2 fine Imposed Their Honours ol Ine Aaalatan' Mtl ..t .\,, t ., ,: Mr, H A vaugh.oi and Mr A. J ti Han Mhcll. yeiterdav tonili | || elsion or HU Worship Mr C, L Walwyn who had fined l-ovilh Tearweod ol PWa li %  Miii. I.' when hi found bin ,ili. <>i Mealing n cask ol mangoes valued $25 on July 30. The mangoes were ir. property ol JoNuphine Eustace, a hawker of -i .i.o I. rie sniu that she had hire. Ycarwood U) ..niy a i|uaniity o ritdl from the wtmrf to lin bongl I to BBS uy lu> couuiiitleil i rTenoi ind thej bad had argumcni over the lunouut In li, ..fterwards asked h*i .'in l.iin hi I an u bag of i ikconuln and a cask mangoes Irom a certain schooner l teenage to liei home ami BhS told tiini "iin' Lnlag she went io the schooner where th* had .eft the mangoes, but did not find 'hem She asked him about them and told him that the n on the schooner had told her he had lemovcd them, he said lhat be had taken them from the .ihtMincr and put them aside. 11 icturned later for them and they were missing SPARKLING HETH AND A "CHAMPAGNE PERSONAIITT SPELL SUCCESS %  "SIRVONA TV Gran* Ts-ilc m*4 W T —Vs In TSMrt farm, trowi all ihamlfU SoliAirents covering hoth i YOUR NEEDS IXTERXATIO.\AI. Ilt.^la..\. i OIIPOHATIO.V I-TD. Tel. r>*mn J. L LintOOfc H.gh Street E. C. Gill. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Error 10.00 a.m.
Police Courts 10.00 a.m
Meeting of the Barbados
2 at British Council 4.45 p.m.
end concert at Ols-
rist Church 4.45 p.m.
> Cimema show at High-
land Pasture, St. Thomas 7.30 p.m.
British Council show at
Speightstowr 8.00 p.m.









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

\nd the Good that I can do.

ESTABLISHED 1895



DEATH ASKED FOR ACTO
PLANNED NAGUIB’S ARREST

— i Film | Special Laws For

his mental state.

The prosecutor argued earlier
before the five-man military
court that Shalabi—who disagreed
with the Government’s new land
reform scheme—had planned to
arrest General Mohammed |
Naguib, the new Premier, and |
Military Regent Rashad Mehenna|
and put them to death, Shalabi
Was accused of planning to en-
gineer the return to the Egyptian
throne of King Farouk. Death is
the maximum penalty provided
for,

Earlier in the day Minister of
State Fathy Radwan said that
special legislation was being pre-
pared for the trial of 62 poli-
ticlans arrested during the sec-
ond phase of Naguib’s coup.

Radwan said that investiga-
tions developing around those
arrested last week have already
begun. He said that the persons
mixed up in the enquiry are be-
lieved to have committed of-
fences for whith they can be
legally prosecuted.

Arab League



BRINGING with him a copy of the
first picture he has made in five
years, Charlie Chaplin arrives in
New York from Hollywood with
his wife, the former Oona O’Neill.
They plan to sail for England in

a few days. (Internationa! )

U.S.A. Was
Fumbled’ Into

Kore ar It was felt that Hassauna

FORT WAYNE, Indiana, Sept, 15, }Would streamline the league and

Dwight Eisenhower made his|Mmake it more of an international
first “whistle stop” speech on!rather than a _ regional body,
Monday at Fort Wayne, Indiana,|which was the principal com-

Meanwhile the Arab League
council steps in, electing former
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Abdel Khalek Hassouna as its
new General Secretary, and the
firming up of the Arab state’s
anti-Israeli policy was viewed
as a new phase of life for the

and told 5,000 persons that the!plaint against his predecessor

United States was “fumbled” into |Abdel Rahman Azzam,

|
the Korean war, The Korean wa Observers also believed that

is a war into which we were|the recent blast of Ali Maher,
fumbled without plans to win,”|Egypt’s ex-Premier, would do
Eisenhower said as a cordial|the league much good and that

crowd gathered in fair, pleasant|reforms would be initiated. At)
weather at 14.00 G.M.T. It was|its opening sessions Maher called | Ambass

the first appearance of his rear|the league in its present state
platform rail tour across 12 states. | “unsatisfactory” because of in-
“We must turn our hearts and |adequate co-operation among the
minds to a way to bring it to alArab states which “held self in-

close,” he said ; terest above the common good.”
Eisenhower also discussed Com- —U.P.

munism and the national debt.
“Everything vile which could
have been said against me has
been_ said by the Communists,”

Kisenhower’s
Risenhower said, “I ¢ d of
ewer} vile hoon’ they chil ine” “Creat Crusade” A

The retired General wore a grey
couble-breasted suit as he spoke Great Su nder
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.



11 minutes from a platform erect-
ed ar the railroad station







Eis nhower also spoke against
socialized medicine as leading to-
ward “assembly line treatment of
patients."—C.P. & U-P.. |hower’s “great crusade” for the
|Presidency has become “a great
W. oa: ; Surrender”. The General, said
of. Ministers The Democratic and Republican
ss Presidential nominees fired some
Returning Home | of their sharpest barbs of the cam-
From Our Own Gorrespondess:) ‘ference at Springfield, Illinois, and
_ LONDON, Sept. 15. | kisenhower ut Fort Wayne, Indi-
Mr. Gomes, Mr, Bustamante | ana, the first stop on his first
delegates to the Canadian trade
talks in London, will leave | Stevenson cnarged that Senator
home on Thursday via New York.! Robert Taft had “taken over” the
Mary. Mr. Grantley Adams left} turned it into “the great surrend~
to-day for the continent. er”. This “surrender”, Stevenson
eo s
General Strike

f | on Monday that Dwight Eisen-
/ Stevenson, tells too many jokes,
| paign—Steyenson at a news con-
and Mr. Raatagever, West Indian)“ Whistle stop" tour.
They are travelling on the Queen|General’s “great crusade” and
In Lebanon onlyin degree on foreign polices





; Taft meeting in New York last
week when they announced that



BEIRUT, Sept. 15. ! ’ —UP.
A general strike — eA
mier-designate Salfb Salam’s ef- . .
forts to form a new Lebanese Gov-| Eisenhower Ss

rnment began in the country’s
main towns Monday. The strike af-
fected Beirut, the nation’s capital, |
Sidon Zahle and Tripoli where
workers and others came out in
peaceful support of opposition de-
mands for political changes and a
fight against official corres,



Chances Imperiled

LONDON, Sept. 15,

- making his peace with Senator

PAKISTAN FOREIGN Robert Taft

The left-of-centre ‘Daily Mirror



MINISTER CONFERS _|¢*: ied a story of the Bisenhower-

Taft meeting under the headline

WITH SELWYN LLOYD —Taft's backing is called a “kiss

LONDON, Sept. 15, of death” for Ike.

the Foreign Office Monday. A_hower’s followers

; , ey sntin) Catholic mission church at Kiriku
Foreign Office Spokesman said the The Independent ee on Sulitay when F. 7 Rah —

said to havé been sentenced to
death by the Mau Mau. The Mau

meeting was arranged at the} ‘Times’ said “It is a further

request









the Senator.”—(CP)

12 NON-WHITES
ARRESTED

DURBAN, South Africa,
Sept. 15.
Twelve non-whites were arrest-
ed to-day at Berea Road rail whe
ur Durban for defying the
segregation laws by entering a
white waiting room The
The group was led by Ashwin
Choudree, vice-President of Nata!
Indian Congress which sponsored
mpa igainst the laws.—(CP)

tic





STRASBOURG, Sept. 15



nto Europe's first constitutiona



convention
The German Socialist delegatio



RADIOACTIVE EXPORTS of seven members boycotted the
ting following a decision of the
ply Ministry said today | Socialist executive committee in
on Sunday “iot to take part

LONDON Sept. 14 | mee





the largest exporter | E







yf tive materials for peace-|in drafting a European federation
f ses constitution. The new assembly
endir June, Harwel'| decided to maintain the same offi-
earct establis t| ce as the Coal-Steel be which

than 3,000 shipm

rp LT
fa Her

THE prosecutor demanded death on Monday in the
trial of an Egyptian actor charged with trying to incite
disobedience and rebellion in the armed forces. Raafat
Shalabi, as a result of a defence request, will be examined
by a medico-legal expert who will attempt to determine



ments,



Governor Adlai Stevenson said |

said, eccurred at the Eisenhower- |

they were in agreement on domes- |

destroyed or it must be aceépted,”

Home sections of the British
Press say General Dwight Eisen-
hower has gravely imperiled his
chances of becoming President by

| derence services and nearly

|bandy in case of emergency.—CP)

\5ENTENCED TO DEATH |

Pakistan Foreign Minister, Sir} The ‘Liberal News Chronicle'|
Zaffrulah Khan conferred with}said in its editorial “there must
Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd at! be disillusionment” among Fisen- |

of the Pakistan Minister.|to those independents who have
be Kashmir issue is understoor} been the General’s fervent sup-
to have been the chief topic of]porters because they believe there
the discussion. were fundamental differences be-
—UP. tween his policies and those of



| German Socialists Boycott
Coal, Steel Meeting

European Coal-Steel As-
sembly met at 09.10 G.M.T. on
Monday and ‘transformed itself

TUESDAY #SEPTEMBER



CAIRO, Sept. 15.

‘Guardian”
TellsRance
To Resign

dignant when Mossadegh

mally two weeks ago.

a een

i but secret role in we aeveiopment
i the settlement plan had led

PORT-OF-SPAIN, United States and British leaders

Sept. 14.
Trinidad Guardian, the
leading newspaper of Tri-

to believe that he at least would
Ibe receptive to the proposition
}Sourees intimate with the nego-

* tiations said that Mossadegn
semeul’ clue ous “ several months ago suggested thal

. | he United States and Britain
erage Bir: Eubank: awe cffer a new plan for breaking th®



to resign,

The newspaper's stand
follows the Governor's re-
fusal to publish the report
on the commission which
inquired into certain
“affairs” of the City Coun-
cil despite a three-week
campaign by newspapers to
force the Governor’s hand.
Sir Hubert promised to
publish the report before
he left for the United
Kingdom but stated on his
return three weeks ago
that he had discussed the
question with his advisers.

—C.P.

thought should be in the plan,
neluding international arbitra-
tion of the compensation issuc
rhich he later rejected.

Sources said that Mossadegt
promised while the Allies were

would try to prepare’ Iyanian
public opinion to receive it fa-
vourably. Mossadegh’'s ultimate

and British officials completely
disillusioned. They said Mossa-
degh’s strategy has them puzzled
and suggested three possible
motives for his action

| 1. Mossadegh had hoped to
{split the United States and Brit-

" °
New IFanian jain by suggesting a new plan.

| When this failed he rejected t

Ambassador “"#**



UNITED STATES offi
Monday that they have been
sadegh ih their attempts
Premier’s strategy in thé “Angso-lvanian oil dispute.

Informed sources revealéd that ‘Mossadegh himself had
suggested some of the important points in the Truman-
Churchill plan for settling long controversy. That was
why they said the American and British officials were in-
denounced the proposals as}
“harsh and impractical” when they were presented for- |

The frail Premier's important

dispute. They said that he even!
cutlined some of the ideas he}

drawing up their plan that he

rejection left the United States



16, 1952





=

Mossadegh’s Attitude
Puzzles U.S. Officials

By MICHAEL J. O'NEILL

ASHINGTON, Sept. 15



=
=
= ae

ls admitted privately on {

tymied by Mehammed Mos
so figure out the Iranian

Bargaining
With Iran May
Be Resumed

By HAROLD GUARD

LONDON,

Authoritative
Monday said that advices from
Teheran indicate that the bargain-

fy in the Anglo-Iranian oil dis-|

pute may be resumed and that the
Jran Premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh still means to make terms.

|
|



sourees on;

“The State



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT






Total Rainfall r month: One inca
and 42 port
Rainfall irington. Ni
t perature: 88.5 °F,
I est erature: 74,0 °F.
4 Barometer S$ am 29.9% (3 pw.)
29.852
TO-DAY
Sunri +. 45 a.m

PRICE : FIVE CENTS

NEW CLASS







A CLASS in session at the new modern Girls’ Secondary School which opened yesterday at Richmond.
Thirty-five children occupy a classroom.

ST. LEONARD'S MODERN SECONDARY
SCHOOLS OPENED AT RICHMOND

THE new Modern Secondary schools ¢St. Leonard’s)

at Richmond opened yester —Troraipg for children of
the 11 plus to 13 plus a sQ ve been drawn
from the elementary se oite®)





| f
Department \ The old St. Leong joys’ Sel at. with another
| torey added, is bein ied by the boYs> while the new
| pai 9? | building, originally b i$Wirjao-educational school to
Never Des void | house 700 children, is Qépe Qetettpied by the girls.

They said that Teheran reports;

| foreshadowed a note from Mossa-

degh replying to the British-)}

American proposals put forward
carly this month under the joint
enatures of Prime Minister

|

Winston Churchill and President!
Marry Truman. It was anticipated, |

he sources said, that Mossadegh's
note would take the form of
counter proposals seeking firstly
clarification” of the joint pro-
posals to restart the flow of
Iranian oil, and secondly for

2. The Premier found he di:}| Britain to discuss Iran's counter-

I N Y ‘k not have enough time to whip up
n Cw or Iranian support for proposals be-|

fore the Allies presented them.

NEW YORK, Sept. 15, | 3. . Mossadegh is aiming for 6

The newly appointed Iranian complete British surrender in hi
ador to the United States ny and will accept nothing

Allah Yar Saleh arrived on Jess%

Monday from Amsterdam en| United Sfates and British offic-

route to his new duties in tals said the plan did not involv®

Washington, Saleh refused to major British concessions and met

|/comment on Tran’s crisis but|Iran’s” demands, but included
; promised a full Press conference
'in Washington after he has had
{ time to review the latest develop-|the United States and Britain
made it public anyway in a move

Saleh told newsmen: “I shall,to bolster grass roots support

work to strengthen the ties be-| This strategy could be paying off
tween Iran and the United States.|Mossadegh and _ other Iranian) expect that Russia means to ris!
We are appreciative of the leaders have indicated they may

istance that Point-Four and at least use the proposals as

other agencies of the United basis for new negotiations wi
States are rendering to Iran. The British. —U.P.
people of Iran and the Uiited |
States have cherished a feeling of ° .
friendship for each other and this Jamaica Announces
perhaps is the most important! a
period in the history of our re- | Coronation Plans
lationship. I will try my best to
explain to the United States Gov- From Our Own Correspondent)
ernment the problems that Iran}
faces at present in an effort to} . ei
maintain its political integrity as! Government announced to-day
a faithful member of the United |that plans are being made for the
Nations. island to celebrate the Corona-
—uUP | tion next year with a week's
*. leelebration, highlight of which
{will be a military tattoo lasting

$ f .
Main Obstacle To ieee commitiae under Sir Harold

|Allan Minister of Finance has
j}been set up to make a full plan
\for the celebration which will
| LOWESTOFT, England, Sépt 15, jstart on Coronation day and end



JAMAICA, Sept. 15,



Korea Truce

Former Labour Govérhment| with the Queen’s birthday ob

| Defence Minister Shinwell said |servance.

90 DROWN IN DANUBE ACCIDENT

today that the United States re}
fusal to recognize Communist}
China was the main obstacle to &
| Korea peace. “In the long run |

either that Government ha to be

The agricultural workers’ mect-!
ing was told It is béyond the
power of the United Nations to]
estroy the Chinése government. |
evén if it were a sensible thing to}
do—which it is not.’ Shinwe!l
aded that Britain has nearly
£00000 men on duty in the

000,000 with military experience



|
'

NAIROBI, Keriya, Africa,
Sept. 15.
The poliee guarded a Roman

Mau, a native secret society, was
again condemned at mass. One of
the biggest congregations in
nonths atterided the service.

—U.P.

President. The group also adopted
the same rules of procedure

The decision of the German/
Socialists not to participate in|
Europe’s precedent of setting
new task was deplored by the del-
egates of France, Italy, Belgium
Netherlands and Luxembourg
who, with the non-Socialist Ger-
mans, make up the composition of

Although the plan was rejected,

aims against the Anglo-Iranian
dit Company Teheran reports
aid that Mossadegh’s note will

ve framed after the Senate and
we Majlis have concluded thelr

postponed meeting this week,

Authoritative sources said that

a note of this character from,

Mossadegh could mean the re-

umption of negotiations provid-'

ans ing that Mossadegh could satisfy
$10,000,000 in United States aid Vhis supporters that he intended ;

refilling the State coffers without
{engaging in an irrevocable com-
| promise with Britain and America,

There was no solid reason to

t flare-up in Iran by pressing the

overthrow of Mossadegh’'s

!| Regime. British officials are con-
vinced that Russia is satisfied by

keeping Iran just a sore spot,
—UP.



WASHINGTON, sept. 15. |, The Deputy Director of E

Department
McDermott,
his news conference

spokes-
aaa Chief Inspector of School

com-

olving the Anglo-Iranian oil dis-
that the State De-
partment never despairs
| clined
swer to another question he said

United States will have

it has more information on The



TEHERAN, Sept
on Saturday

in Western Iran over Me

National Unity Party who support

National Prosperity Party clashed
demon-
Govern-

said the clash was duc
the landlords.

—©,P.|to move out desks, After prayers| he had been shot by a man on

igitation by





» or what to db /It was not until
Mier 1) o'clock that some form of
gginisation. was noticed,

In s0me class roomg there were
lesksbut no be nchejggina even the

Department were present for the! A

ition, Mr. E. C. M. Theobalds

It. S, Jordan, other District Inspe
the | (ors and officials of the Education



ot | ing Head co 1ot answer
tcopening, and observed the children juerie regarding accommodation,
being “streamed” into their respec- \ll around there were signs of

de- ve grades, and the cla WTANBC= | dicordey



ments

ay* Mr. C. F. Broome, Headmaster While the teachers at the Girls’
of the Boys’ School was not pres-| School expresesd pleasure at bes
ent for the opening of that school, !ing in their new surroundings—

iabitalis tons eal nd Mr, G, C, Millar, District In- | clean and airy—those at the other

rerence between the great powers | ,
| until
|

peetor of Schools, opened the | school were dissatisfied with the
hool with prayers in the Hall. | condition of.their new s¢hool.
Advocate understands that
Mr. Broome has submitted his re-
ignation to the Department of}

MSducation, but. the Director, Major | Shooting Victim



. 7 \C. Gliindon Reid, yesterday, re~ A
20 Killed In Iran ce to comment on the matter Discharged From
Clashes !

Mrs. G. C. Griffith, Headmistress

of the Girls’ School, and her| Hospital

\ istants were . quick n are |
14 jranging the 20 classes of 35 chil-| pl, Riverton Legall of the
reported | dren each, This involved receiv-| Bridge Police Station, one of three
more than 20 persons were killed jing the children from the various! victims in a shooting incident on
clashes'schools, grading them and show-! Sunday morning, September 7th,
sadegh's\ing them to their class rooms | has now been discharged from the
news- | General Hospital.

the The situation at the Boys’ School; The other two victims, Hureil
was in striking contrast to that at| Murray, 19, of Hall’s Village, St.

the! the Girls’ School Te icher ind | Thon , and Laureston Hoyte, 23
hildren arrived to find desks and ‘of Hoyte Village, are reported to
benches stacked up in classrooms | be improving
ind workmen putting o1 plashes |
r if paint and wash here and there,| Cpl. Legall was shot in the chest
The} ; While carrying out investigations
|

Before the boys could assemble
n the Hall for prayers, they had | sequent to a report by Hoyte that

ind a “pep” talk by Mr. Millar, | Codrington Road
children and teachers milled about The Police are still investigating

/ ,the school not knowing where to‘ the matter
U.S. Bomb Warehouses #weeswaunwowuwwewwwes

On Manchurian Border

SEOUL, KOREA, Sept. 15.

UNITED STATES navy planes paid a return visit to
Hoeryong on the Manchurian
turned several warehouses and a power station into smok-

ing ruins
Fighterbombers from



the Assembly. “If the Socialists SEAMEN ON A SMALL RESCUE BOAT (top), pull aboard the bodies
come to power in Germany it will of some of the 90 persons who were drowned in the Danube near Bel



mean that the participation of al! grade, Yugoslavia, when a sudden storm capsized a river steamer
West Germany in our ork will Thirty passengers on deck at the time the vessel overturned were res
go out of the windc e Frenct cued. Several were reported : death. Cross (bottom) shows spot
delegate said | where the boat sank 90 feet from shore.

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Soviet Siberia in a dawn raid on Saturday

fighting of
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Reds off Finger! %
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‘ported that they shot down nine

The jet battle pitted | #
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announced
Air Force also announced | *
that allied fighter-bombers hurled | 2
a crushing aerial blow at Red in-|®

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS



The Bottom
Button

By BEVERLEY NICHOLS


































Carib Calling

R. F. C. CATCHPOLE, O.B.E. Attended Conference
bee Adviser to ee M® E, W. BARROW, M.C.P.) wrether that eh
ment and Welfare, icf. the island . , ed ether 1a phenomenon |
by B.W.LA., yesteruiy morning from ee ek nn ae ae known as the English gentleman |
for Antigua and St. Putts. B.W.I.A, Mr. Barrow attended the|'S OF /§ not, a nice person to have |
He will also be paying a short Gomference of the West Indien about the house is a question
routine visit to the Leeward Bar- Association which I do not propose to e
Islands and Montser.at and hopes in these po. All that need -
to réturn to Barbadss early next ‘or . vil S “ cern us is that he is, indeed, phe-
month. = Smet a ee nomenal, That he has survived at
DMS. Returns sees Ae ES and her\all, after so many social and @go-

Suited Yo Win



. x two daughters were among ; San” Seni
R. J. P. O'MAHONY, the passengers leaving for Trini- papper ma “Foe, is nN
MB. ChB., Director of dad on Sunday. Mrs. Ward was . oo

only survived but managed 1074
retain his traditional elegance is)
more than a phenomenon; it .is |
a miracle, ,

Medical Services returned ‘rom
Trinidad by B.W.LA., on Saturday
after paying a business visit.
For Trinidad
Â¥ T, COL. G. S._Bridgeman of
the Firm of W. H. Watkins
and Partners Architects, Trinidad,
ft the island for Trinidad by
.W.LA., on Saturday.
3 To Join Wife
R. FRED GODDARD, M.C.-P.,
was among the passengers
leaving the island for U.S.A., via
Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A., yester-

to have left with Mrs. A. L.
Stuart’s Dancing Party and is now
accompanying her daughters who
are pupils of the Dancing School.

Savile Row is still the Rue de
la Paix of the tailoring world,
the Fifth Avenue of the male
sartorial universe. And though it
may seem an unpretentious little
street, it is in fact a glamorous
thoroughfare; down it, sooner or
later, walk the vast majority of}
the world’s greatest film stars.
The first one I ever saw there |

On Business
R. VINCENT GRIFFITH, City
Auctioneer, left the island on
Sunday by B.W.1.A., for Trinidad.
He has gone on a business visit.

Q.C. Girls Return
ISS SHIRLEY CLARKE,
a pupil of Queen's College,

) S turned ho on Sunda by|was Rudolf Valentino. H as
a on a holiday. He will be ah ne y_ by t i e€ Was |
ining hae wide Ge Ane’ Weill he B.W.LA., from Trinidad, Shirley}emerging from my own tailors,
remaining for a period of two went over with the Netball wearing a double-breasted grey
months. ° School Team and saw all the]suit that fitted him to perfection,

matches played before entering
the Queen's College Rangers’
Camp. The Camp ended on the
14th August and she remained
over for four weeks’ holiday.
Miss Lorna Inniss who also
attended the Rangers Camp came

Short Visit
R. A. W. PENNER, Station
Manager of T.C.A. Piarco,
Trinidad, returned to Trinidad
B.W.LA., on Sunday after paying
a short visit to Barbados.

“You have acquired a very
famous client,” I observed to the
old cutter when I went inside.

not go to the cinema myself.” A
significant sniff. “A very difficult

Journalist Here owian Friday afternoon by|gentleman, sir, if I may say so.”

‘(R, HAROLD CHAMPION, rain) fae os i rae” re
Journalist, was among the Transferred “Mr. Valentino? Why?
arrivals from England via Jamaica R PAUL PROUDFOOT of the The bottom button of his

waistcoat, sir. He insists on doing

by B.0.A.C./B.WI.A., on Friday it tip.” ‘He pated to. allow ie to

last. He has come over on a
business visit.
Health Reasons

RS. E. MURRAY of “Penrith”,

lst Ave. Belleville returned
ffom the U.S.A., via Puerto Rico
by B.W.LA., on Friday, She went 7
up for medica] treatment.

Royal Bank of Canada, who

is now transferred to the
Barbados Branch from Grenada,|8'@SP the full horror of this in-

was among the arrivals’ by formation. Then he Went on. "!
B.W.1.A., on Sunday. He is living told him, sir, that in forty yea
at “Acera”, Rockley,

Enjoyed Holiday
R. ROBIN FERGUSSON

to do up the bottom button of his
waistcoat. He paid no attention.
None.”

ADVOCATE

“So I gather, sir, though I do}

I had never known a gentleman |



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

You see them all over
Europe—youngsters on a
holiday trek into the far-

Here is the

tory of one, a secretary
of 22.

away places




For Tuesday September 16, 1952

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

* ARIES

Adventure
starts with

Exerting too much or doing too little is

‘ March 2:—April 20 wrong. So strike a happy medium. Friend-
the lift of ly day if you apply yourself and end com-
placent attitude
TAURUR 7 7 = ; *
a thumb April 21—M. 20 7 Our planetary indications similar to
P ®Y 20 Aries today. Push sanely vital business

By ETRENNE LYMBERY with least possible red tape. P.M. condi~ ge

tions lean to personal affairs, home.
GEMINI —No unnecessary criticism of those with
May 21—June 21 whom you work. How you take things is
important. Watch disposition and things

should click.
¥ ¥ ¥ *
Born before July 8th? Be more careful
of work and business affairs. Born after
July 7th, be mindful of courtesies, har-
mony, co-operation with associates,



really

INE words
Started it all I was
yearning aloud about
travelling across Europe and
moaning aloud about how
impossible it was these days
Then Verna, my friend and
room-mate—she is 21, a year
younger than I am — said:
“Europe ts ours for the jerk of a

xknwekr

OANOCER
June 22—July 23

ETKENNE LYMBERY
eatches her last London

thumb.” bus t x
bus before setling off on a LEO 7m. -heck expenses rell i
2 ; ‘ a ” R . ¥ —Time to check expenses. Look well into
z F om nat m vment I be gan to holiday that leads — she Jaly 24—Anug. 22 future commitments. Don’t listen to ques-
Plan for Adventure by Hitch-hiking. knows not where. ; ba

It sé@med, the more 1 looked at
it. to be the holiday I had
dreamed about: carefree
y mad if you Iike but
3 ting away into the indefi
nite distance with no dreary
fixed day of return.

Verna felt the same way. To
do it we had to save. for, apart

tionable
deals

quick-return schemes, uncertain by

* *

—May be confronted with obstacles that
seem big at first, could trip you if you’re
not careful. Just remain your calm selfi
you will survive and achieve, too.

were crammed
and the driver
front Cabin.
We intended to get off at
Nantes, but the torry broke
down, ana we did not reach
| Nantes yntj] one o'clock in_ the

with two men
into the small




VIRGO
Ang. 23—Sept. 23

io morning Naturally, the Youth
from the £25 travel allowance, vstel o. shut. So we stayed * *
we felt we had to leave some- in the lorry.

LIBRA

—Search for better opportunities; they are yp
Bept. 24—Oct. 23

about, during business hours, too. Be wise,
don’t tell all you know. Be tactful. Be on

thing im the bank against our
eventual return.

So for six months I cut my
cigarettes down to five a day,

With a circus

ROM -N . your toes! *
bought no new clothes. went Srideake suns hae M » -M
easy on housekeeping. “tee pe age F 7 rela er ia he es
Somehow We did it. The dis- deaux to a sun —No hurry or taking things for granted.

SCORPIO

drenched beach at Hendaye into







returned home on Sunday
from Trinidad by B.W.1.A., after
spending a _ holiday with his
parents. He is the son of Mr.
Wilfred Fergusson, Assistant
Attorney General of Trinidad and
Mrs. Fergusson.

To St. Lucia JO HOPPE, 19,

“Miss Chicago,”
R. MALCOLM JONES, Com- walked off with top bathing suit

“So what is going to happen?”

“I shall be obliged to cut his
waistcoat accordingly. After all
sir, he orders thirty suits at
time, and _ business is business.
But they will not like it in ihe
cutting room, sir. They will not
like it at all.”




mercial
K.L.M., was a passenger for St.
=? by B.W.LA., on Sunday
st.

representative of honors on the second night of the
“Miss America” preliminaries in
Atlantic City, N. J.(International)

BY THE WAY... By BEACHCOMBER

(HMHE invention of a trombone grinding of each grain of salt other story,
a “slides sideways instead until it is invisible. In the recent would make!
orwards” means that the musi- experiment in Bedfordshire, each J; i ’
eians on either side of it will have grain used was one-thousandth Eppur teak pletebe i
t@ sit further away, and the of an inch in radius, That is hope- HE wash of a string of pass-
bbing of a neighbour’s music less. Each grain must be at. least _ing barges succeeded yester-
be more difficult, half a millionth of an inch in Gay in imparting an almost mari-
trombone that slid back- radius, so as to penetrate the time movement to the Saucy Mrs.
was a dead failure, It cloud without changing its forma- Flobster. Mrs, Withersedge ran
merely bumped and bruised the tion. Even grains of that size will Wp on deck, crying, “We're afloat!
Player, who couldn’t retreat far have no effect, but as the We're adrift!” and she clung to
h away from it without scientists have said, “They will ® broken bit of taffrail as though
sing this hold. At the Nant- make the cloud look as if it igs the good ship were gunwale
h Festival a trombone on going to rain.” Dr, Strabismus Under in Biscay. An ominous
ls was tried, with handles (Whom God Preserve) of Utrecht rattling from below told of cabin
Uke a wheelbarrow’s. But there is experimenting with a fine- fixtures strained to breaking-
seemed to be no point in it, meshed net to catch clouds, The Point, and a boy on the embank-
musically speaking. It was mere- clouds are then released through Ment cried: “Ring up for the life-
ly a freak, like the electric ‘cello a funnel smeared with salt, and boat, Ma!” Mrs. Withersedge’s
which could be switched on to no rain follows, brown eye swept the horizon, as
Warm the 'cellist’s hands at win- though seeking a distant landfall.



Now whether you do up, or$do
not do up, the bottom button of
your waistcoat may seem to Am@r-
icans or to Europeans a matter
of comparative indifference in
this atomic era. They might retort
with Robert Burns, “a man’s a
man for a’ that.” Quite. A man
with the bottom button done up
is a man. But not according to
Savile Rowe, a gentleman.

and what a film it

vy

And to me there is something
endearing, something indeed in-
spiring, about this insistence on
tiny traditional details. It is part
of the whole British set-up, with
its veneration of so many ancient
customs which must often seem
to the visitor a lot of hooey. To
us they aren’t hooey. They’re .. .
well .... a form of magic.

ter concerts. Think this out Then the wash subsided, the Bis pemigiediy they’re a very
: OMETIME: § sentences Craft settled down in the ooze}difficult form of magic if jou

Basque Dancing ae a a icuer ‘dens with a creak and a groan, and/weren’t born with a knowledge
RITING of Irish dances, the raving fepactt pir panes times the conscientious caretaker satis-fof the rules, or if you haven’t had

somebody spoke of the J] have just read this:

fied herself that the Spice Islands
rigid pose of head and body and fact that this

? an opportunity of learning them.
were still as far away as ever.

The very In the little street of Savile Row

year’s plum

avis, while the feet do all the jg ; r . lang Rear-Admiral Sir Ewart Hodgson,}alone there are so many laws,
work. Basque dancing is often née Baas pbiers ae boned when informed of this incident, vetoes, hak, “rules and. restric-
like that. When the men form a disaster.” said: “I didn’t know the old ship|tions that it is a wonder that any

ciftele and dance the Arin-Arin, * %
the great dance of the Labourd,

had it in her to move like that.
‘ : Enter it in the log, Mrs. Wither-
their heads are held erect and HE uranium rush in North sedge.” “Aye, aye, sir,” replied
their bodies stiff and tense—but Saskatchewan recalls to me the caretaker, touching her fore-
they click their fingers above ee ong, eee I wes heres lock,
their heads. Even the vivacious then, trading wolf-skins along ppjg; i
fandango can be a very grave Hudson Bay. I used to come into Disillusioned
affair, Not so the Farandola, which Saskatoon to shoot it up every HAT is the maximum fine
isa holiday dance. The Seven time I made a strike. which can be imposed for
Léaps danced in the Soule is, , Saskatoon at that time was one kissing a policewoman? Pouting
again, a dance for the feet, with street with wooden shacks on lips under a peaked hat, Aunt
the body motionless. If you ask ®@ch side, and_a saloon run by a Hildegarde’s legacy untouched, a
a ‘Basque where his extraordinary WOman from Fort Honkatonka. I sudden impulse — is not the
language comes from (for no COUld shoot the liquor out of a moment’s bl'ss worth the fine?
learned-man has yet settled that lass at 200 yards in those days, “No,” says a boulevardier, who
question) he will tell you that and 1 was so quick on the draw| reports that “it was like kissing
it ‘was the language spoken by that I often shot a man before he| a stone wall.”
Adam and Eve. oe ae A ener ie. They
: ‘ called me oaring i 26: te ee ee eee
Not particularly useful was the only white man the In- CROSSWORD

HE whole art of using salt to dians trusted. How I loathed
produce rain is based on the Sheriff McGee—but that is an-

English gentleman gets dressed at
all,

Of course, if you are very noble
indeed, you can make your owl
rules, The late King George V,
for example, often had his trous-
ers tailored with the crease at
the side instead of in the centre.
Why he did so is one of the great
unsolved mysteries of history.
And the late Lord Alington, who
was otherwise in his right mind,
with no record of lunacy in his
ancient family, actually took to
wearing a made-up bow with his
dinner jacket—a crime whicn
Saville Row would regard as con-
siderably more reprehensible than
dining stark naked.



The rest of us humbler mortals
abide by the rules, which are
far too many to set down. We
keep our bottom button undone
We have always done so in the
past, and F hope we always do
so in the future.

‘The Answer Of Mistinguett

MISTINGUETT, still displaying made to
her fabulous legs at 80, was told match
that Marlene Dietrich would play £4,
the lead in the Mistinguett life
story, about to be filmed in Holly-
wood, “What, that grandmother?”
Mistinguett snapped. “Why didn’t
they get me to play the part my-

self?”
KEEP AWAY.
MOTTO of the week, inscribed
on.a china ashtray in one of the
souvenir shops in the Rue de

measure in cloth to
their mistress’s outfit at

SEVEN AT ONCE.

CURRENT scourge of France—
an epidemic of flying saucers, A
geologist claimed to have photo-
graphed one near Clermont Fer-
rand; air force experts wrote it
off as a weather balloon.

Flying saucer stories to end all
flying saucer stories came from
Dijon, It reported a squadron of |

_——————— A

KILL |

COCKROACHES’





Across
An historical bend, (7)

Stress the small
money, (6)

1
8 account of
U0 No Arab has one, (3)
1



Rivoli: Le f travail est chose seven saucers flying in a triangu- | snot arate ee an ‘WITH NEW
ers: aussi n’y touchons pas. lar formation. 18 HReyimen, (4) sting. (6) ;
(Work.ds a sacred thing, so we WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED iia R , d
* ve ule about upset gin. (5)
must pe ‘ —L.E.S., 1 Rotten sort of car ain. (6)
E RTE nus worthy ts outstanding. (4)
DR. PAUL, France's chief A Pavonrite Sandwich (dt Site cutee Same a)
coroner, has made a bitter at- avourite Sandwich 22 4 Who Rie ae
s regar OO highly. (4)
tack inva radio talk on owners By HELEN BURKE 23° Make it so I'd. recognise them
who drive their dogs by car to F aa eee . eae (6) 24. Recolleet. (Â¥)
ithe: oummdits of Paris and aban- or two rounds (four slices of |

Down

: bread), chop a rasher >
dofi them there because they do c), chop @ rasuer: of bacon. Adam was the first (8)

, Beat an egg with pepper and salt |
not w to bother w p : — ; 2
helideon, wih gihie mbes. some chopped chives and | 3: Pound right at the core. (6)
*: ake a handsome -Alsatian parsley, Gently fry the chopped| # To. the Services; a
5
6

: s bacon, without frizzling it in an prea (s) ee em
tied ujMputside the Gare de Lyon g_gin, frying-pan, then Siem in the Noablng takes is temtey. i
(station-for the South of France),

egg, t hich hh eI da 5 Potten ae stoney \s
ws . Y , to whic ave been added a| 7: Inclination, hardly a pias. (3)
A porter was giving it water. “It little water, and a tiny nut or so

Â¥. 16 may be Chane to Many a
” 3 >) . . :

haS been here all day,” he said. of butter, It will spread. Move | 17. No green wood includes firs, (4,
and itis nothing new. People jt about with the back of a fork, | 4% CryPtogamic lawn-spoller. (4)

find tHit they are charged half Remove before it sets and at once | "” “ 5o!¢ difference. (4)

their own fare for a dog. Rather spread on two slices of bread and

than pay, they go off and leave cover with the other two. Press

the dog at the station.” _ gently and cut each sandwich into
FOOTNOTE.—A dog _shop im four, The secret is to make the

the fashionable Etoile district to- sandwiches (to be eaten cold) with

day quoted dogs’ model coats the hot mixture.—L.ES.

SUMMER DRESS GOODS

Queer, (9)

What we make of anyone we
standing |

~
~

Solution of yesterday's pustie.— Acros,

1, Interest; 6, Nervous; 10, Claims, 1}
Allot; 12, Seen; 13, Site; 14, Enlighten
17, Tale: 19, Rave; 20 Arena, 21, Rea
22, Byre. Down: 1, Income tax, 4%
: 5, Evil; 4, Roman; 5, Bat.

toned; 7. Elk: 8, Solitary: 9. Riot:
ear: 16.

Snare: 13, Shrub; 15. 16. Ever
is, Bad





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| cheques drawn. with a cir > fr ; :

And we were off, with ruck- int Satna nan tee Fe ate. SAGITTARIUS —Stimulating on whole, but be warned
sacks on our back and Europe yy the Rhone vailey, across to Nov. 23—Dec. 22, cainst risky decisions, hasty promises.
ahead. . Switzerland, Make proper changes in schedule, but 3%

1 bia ‘. We und Switzerland too don’t retard vital things.
y expensive, although we gor in
av ing roug sorne climbing. Next stop. there * *~ *~ ;
I have just fore, was Germany. One dus CAPRICORN Use extra care handling money; indica-

a Swim in a
an lake.

we jerked an experienced thum)

reactions in
Ford



Dec. 23— Jan. 21tions

early

point to unfavourable

driven by a hours from hasty errors.

&t a large

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Hitch - hi ng has been Swiss who was going all the way at a thi . ning
astonishingly We have to Bremen. We went too. pect something for nothing. *
in |} 2s, lz American The Swiss stopped for the te *
anky old trucks, a horse night in Kassel where ne nad

AQUARIUS Outlook doesn’t promise an all easy day

and cart... . @ room reserved in an note)
Our ft taste of living rough Once again we were too [a’? to
was spending a night in a barn’ get into a hostel so we oD
in Brittany—all itchiness next in the car. It turned 9ut to be
morning, counteracted by a wash our most comfortable nigb' since
in a horse bucket full of icy- leaving England!
‘old water, and our humour Anead. we hope are more
r rec y cream for breakfast. travels. Tough? A tle Bur
Our lift from Brittany was in £ would not change piaces with
a lorry carrying bullocks. We anyone right n

Nondon Exnre:s

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ROME, Sept. 15. |

Ex-Queen Narriman of Egypt is
enroute to Lausanne, Switzerland,
to be examined by a riigay see yrd
alian

Italian radio said,
man denied reports that Narri-
man is expecting another baby.
The examination she is to have in
Lausanne is for a minor disorder
from which she had suffered ever
since the birth of her first son,
seven month sold King Fuad II.

a post-natal disorder,

radio said on Monday. 4
A spokesman for former King

Farouk of Egypt said that Nat i=

man, who left the Isle of Capri

early on Monday morning, would __

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER i6, 1952



W. I. Federation Means Ne

Sure Economic

Footing

Essential

Frem Our Own Correspondent
PORT OF SPAIN, Sept. 12

BRITISH WEST INDIES federation is

than an economic project.

field, former Economic
Trinidad and Tobago told

Chamber of Commerce this week. real Oe as ae
ivic, Sheniied, who was Speak- meeting. On the first day of the launched yesterday by the ousted Fees Fee ree ;
ing on the ecomomie acpects of meeiing, Saturday August 30, the leftwiny leaders of the People.’ cd Heious in Havour—-
British West Indiés federation, at three ing men—John Galbar- National Party in a big Ward wn: highly autri “OV TENE
the request of the Chamber, de- ron, Irviox Dookhan and Ram- Theatre meeting. ait Bise.n re pop viete Witt
clared that such federation could persad Seebarack, shared the > ever mber of the family
not be politically successful uniess record $10,000 forecast—Red Vel- Known as the National Labour ; Ovaltine’ Biscuits area
t rested on a sure econom'e foun- vet+-Monro—the biggest ever (1 Party it is led by Ken Hill T.U.c. fla pone bevy het! sogey
; ‘ : a v bp —— ) e Tinest ingr .
eat oo oe Was no aoe the history of Trinidad racing. President, his brother Frank Hi!l i [ including a propottion Of 7
0 expect higher status merely by LC. Secretary ; > ‘Om — ‘ ' ih . ‘2 tL
the Seian of federation. Status It is reported thai they also won are y PhP a ago nas oo ¥ 7 4 on onl 7 food Sateen
and respect depended on the way $2,228, the bigges; forecast ‘paid eh » nee * members who wel NZ >» , 1st popular fooc ae uge
+ tonthintn. Adin ten : hondled yesterday, the third. day of the ‘xpelled from the party in Marc @ i which adds greatly to
a, nation's, attains “were handled oan. rane meeting. his year for Communist activi- o heir nutritive value and
afd this might or might not im- . i ng. : : les. Other . top ledilets of aie o deliciousies i
pfove as a result of federation, .Galbarran, of MeInroy Stre RIRC. duch “st e hey Melee x > '
In his view, though the natural CUrepe, about six miles from -C. such as Arthur Henry anc

resources of jhe West Indies were

few ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits forms

oe ; Be ~ his } cle for $52 to attend the nunists were not given top lead- fe a most satisfying and nourish-
ee Oat toh 10" 6h bes His share in the two ership in the new party pecanse e sure you ask ~~ ing meee ee
because skill and enterprise coulg forecasts is put at $4,000. The of experience, Richard Hart said nee
becouse ae Cade < aries ices tide. i halleved: play 1t the meeting when he made . ;
at Bis 4 k iene nas ieee’ ce nantes vwwong bid to have the National ked in ail re
Customs Union generally do, THE NEW ANGLICAN HIGH SCHOOL in Grenada which was opoied by His Excellency Sir Robert Labour Party declare in favour Si.

On the question of Customs Only five tickets were sold on Arundell. (In foreground, some of the former military hutments). of Communism as its economic er elenddele ¥
Union he pointed out one disad- the Dazzle-Dynamite combination policy. preserve their e e >
vantage to Trinidad. Trinidaa Yesterday which paid $2.228. e e crispness and

Customs duties, he said, were by wy EAR - Committee of 56 Members distinetive Z SCas me
far the lowest of all ‘the West ee wena « WwW n lean 1 fa a iets
: S g eae avour. : .
Indian colonies. This was a great The Trinidad Government, al- A committee of 56 members * © edie
advantage because it reduced |

pfices and costs in Trinidad, and
it kept Trinidad enterprise in
healthy competition with overseas

as “our joy and their envy” but ‘or Easter.
vw cen te Benes te *epreve te ues that before many months a buil
For fiscal reasons it was impos- of a building in Port-of-Spain’s ing would be seen going up across The party is known as the
sible to dispense with Customs

duties in the West Indies, The
colonies could not rely on direct
taxation or on sales and excise
taxes. The general level of the
Customs duties would have to be
higher in a Customs Union than
at present in Trinidad because of
the revenue needs of the other
territories. This would allow a
surplus which would be returned
to Trinidad, but which woulq not
be needéd as long as Trinidad had
its present oil revenue.

Mr, Shenfield pointed out that
Trinidad would gain something

uare J, Landreth, designer and super- =-"- The policy is announced as

from the t ; ; years when it was first noticed in ple will judge the school by you, In the absence of the Lord yisor, who’ gave entirely free ou: FAs et

it would have a free feld within the Dutch Bast Indies. by your manners and conduet. Bishop of the Windward Islands services, and Mr. Edward pe mtiN tthe. National’ Move,

the whole area for its industrial ,, Members of the Trinidad and Always remember that you go to who did not arrive by B.G. Air- Blackett, the contractor, and his ent tr 4. i ee OP es . OOP {

products. He spoke of the great Tobago Agricultural _— Society school not merely to gain a certi- ways from St. Vincent the pre agsistants. The Building Gom- Lees

danger of political pressure from learned this yesterday during a ficate—though we hope most of vious afternoon owing to a failure pjttee gave most valuable servic:

the poorer territories to tax the talk on “Newcastle Disease and you will—but to learn how to in the service, the blessing and gaye when it came to beggin:

richer territories in order to near" wy od L. R. Hutson, live.” oe ‘opine ot, for funds, but he oe any to Mi

ec s ivi Q eputy irector 0 griculture ee con mH. G. ote. say for them that they would stiil ° X ~

aa ao oe ee (Animal Husbandry). According i sopdrene from, all parts of the followed the receiving of His Ex- ef prepared to be ‘on hand to 7 angoes Stolen: BOT! LER’S >

colonies, to ne: aoe. the gistigs — ts nt pines Uig ‘wlan te oe yy a as a count any amount inwards fre: - ¢
8 i . . ound in ope, Asia, the “tate AOE ty: ati at the clos main Goor eT ing the undertaking of a remain- €

aie one Soe toa sh* poteor Eust, U-S.A., and Canada ang in function. Among them were Gov- which they passed through a inf {ie gan ieuth 8g £2 Fine Imposed

spread of enterprise and capital, the Caribbean area. Pontalets ee ee ~ S guard of honour of school Guides tonae Their “

Lut it was another thing for them ‘The Peputy Director said the pesiature. Representatives | of and uniformed pupils, and the Inscriptions clheir Honours of the Assistant

to try to raise their standard of giceas pie oe 4d Presbyterian shugches ima (andling of the key by Miss M. A later feature of the pro- Court of Appeal, Mr, H. A.

livi by milki fanart disease was found among common and Presbyterian churches, mem- A_ Bertrand, Headmistress, to the gramme was the unveiling of in Vaughan and Mr. A, J, H, Han-

Mtorfes y m ry this Tiana fowls and turkeys and added that bers of the Board of Education

impoverish them all,

much more

It is, indeed, no less than the
creation of a new West Indian nation, Mr

Adviser

Arthur Shen
to the Government of
a meeting of the Trinidad

Port-of-Spain, |

wa

said to have solid







ready committed in principle the
establishment here of a regional
virus-research centry financed by
the Rockefeller Foundation, will

wharf area for the purpose.

In Trinidad this week to look
over the proposed site were Dr.
Rolla B. Hill, Dr. Hugh B, Smith
and Dr. Wilbur G. Downs, who
comprised a Rockefeller mission.
After inspection they reported
that the building could be suitably
adapted for use as a centre.

NEWCASTLE DISEASE



“Newcastle” disease, enemy of
the Colony’s poultry farmers, is
highly communicable and _ its
virtue is “a microscopic form of
organism” extending to many

ducks and geese possessed a con-
siderable degree of resistance.

ee

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





W. I

= GRENADA’S NEW HIGH scHooL



At Tanteen Opened

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 13.

“THE future of mankind itself depends on the general

acceptance of the Christian
are, generally, the best fitted

values and Church Schools
to impart those values to our

children,” His Excellency Sir Robert Arundell said here
last Thursday afternoon in a speech at the opening of the

new Anglican High School

at Tanteen.

After congratulating the Church authorities and all
others concerned on their great achi¢vement, Sir Robert
also had a word for the pupils.

“You are the life of the school
and guardians of a heritage. Peo-

and of the School’s Governing
Body.

Covernor who turned the key and
declared the school open,

at Tanteen would not long hav
to think of the new High School

the road worthy of the G.B.S.5.

Among his many special thanks,
the Archdeacon expressed grati-
tude to the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel who
had contributed nearly one-third
of the cost of the new buildins
to the St. George’s Parish Counc!
for a large donation and a much
larger loan, to Government for
generous vote of £1,000 and
two families who had given
classroom each as a memorial
their departed loved ones.

Also to be thanked were M

to

scriptions in sections of th

building expressive of appreci

. Kehell, yesterda

Nation |

Jamaica
Gets Third
Party

From Our Own Cor





respondent

JAMAICA, Sept. 15.

Richard Hart self admitted Com-

were set up yesterday te build
party organisation in time for the
first Annual Meeting scheduled

Third Ward of Jamaica because
the previously announced United
Negro Party by one time P.N.P.
member Fred Evans on the Right
Party of Jamaica recently an-
nounced that Morris Parkins, a
political candidate in the previous
elections was not being active
enough or supported enough to
merit the title of a political party
while the new party is built on
T.U.C, Trade union strength and
an ad hoo organisation set up after
the P.N.P. split and known as
friends of the T.U.C.



confirmed a de-

cision of His Worship Mr, C, L



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Improved Economy Pigeons were also susceptible to hard time.” Then he added: “The one ing "hen Behe the o tion of special donations, Lacy Venveiea powder ie ie A NNOUNCING
Mr, Shenfield suggested that the the disease which was primarily more I attend these conferences ‘®™0T wells, the 36 oe Fholt Avundell drew aside a curtalis tion Hill, @2 when he found hi
economy of the whole area might one of the spinal system. the more I find the people are of oe ange ie Le e. —_ before | the audience in ‘Re ay guilty of stealing “ cask of man-
improve as a result if there was Symptoms of the disease, he re vainion, that Trinidad is a eae by Sie Arthdéhond and fey sat trees ihe” suai | gees valued $25 on July 80. The
Sito war feast Trinida ‘oe tnd” he” pointed out thet there "The Minister who was one of His Excellency, with Mr. H. E. L. trator Mr. Wallace Macmillan one 'M#"80es were the property of

a wider field; the optimum distri-

i ° ‘ .. Jordans Lane,

bution of labour by reason of could be mistaken for “Newcas- ference—the Hon, A. R. V. Rob- ving a vote of thanks, Colony’s coat of arms as a centre~ dans Lane

freedom of movement within the tle” disease, diagnosis of which ertson, the Financial Secretary piece in appreciation of assistance —Bustace said that she had hired
area and better distribution and was highly technical, He could was the other—said the meeting History Of School by Government and the Legislu-

location of pioneer enterprise,
It was not, he said, his purpose

were several other diseases which

not say exactly how the disease
got into Trinidad as he would alsa

the Colony’s delegates to the con-

was unable to arrive*at a decision

Hosten, Chancellor of the Diocese,

The Archdeacon gave a _ full

reading ““Arundell Hall” with the

ture; Dr. L.

A. Rapier a third

dasephine Eustace, a hawker of

Yearwood to carry a quantity ot
fruit from the wharf to her home





on the proposed change of basis ,. § , Ua “St. George's Hall”—in tribute to pn the day he committed the VERI-THIN BETTY —A watch she'll treasure
to damn federation, but only to have to answer how it got into of contribution from one of popu- [/story of the School, now in it the Parish Council; Mrs. Jocelyn offence and they had had an for its alluring beauty and faithful accuracy, ~~
appraise some of its economic other places where it existed. lation to some other basis 86th year after Government c Williams a fourth — “Williams argument over the amount he
features as coolly as possible. He One of the ways in which it f - ie for a secondary Memorial Classroom donated charged, He afterwards asked her
e a schoo

commended to the Chamber the

c that the population earlier. A golden opportunity he in memory of deceased of » bag of coconuts and a cask oi OTHER ?TODELS to $140.71 ,
See Baek ee teu ne Racemnul ceecceer eee basis was unquestionably the best og roe cee eee amily; and — = -: mangoes from a certain schooner Gents’ A Pal WRIST eetictiien

+} ; sic ~~ ago née ymultitudtnous efits like Archdeacon H. A. alton fifth “deGale Memorial j; the Careenage to her home and . r .
Indies federation, which states in where the disease existed. which Jamaica and the Jamaicans ‘

part: “Problems are never solve@
automatically by new constitu-
tions, but only by the efforts of
men to whom new constitutions

could be spread was by importa-

NO MILCH COW.
Hon. Roy Joseph, Minister of







Barbados and Trinidad, he said,
maintained

derived from having the Univer-
sity College and its hospital there
were sufficient for them to make



for girls some _ years

the time,

He said the Anglican authori-
ties could never be too grateful
to the Government for allowing





bv her husband, Mr, R. O. Wil-

om’—given by the deGale
1auily in memory of Olga deGale
who was killed by a flying bomb





whether she wanted him to carry

she told him “no,”’ Later she went
to the schooner where she had
ieft the mangoes, but did not find





15 Jewels, @ole. filled, guaranteed $81.60

$81.08") $133.21







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A cup of ‘Ovaltine’ with a”







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; Me ; in the last war. All but the first them, She asked him about 15 and 17 Jewels ,
may give appropriate powers and (Education and Social Services| the contributions they were at the School to be moved to Tan- mentioned were on the second them and told him that the mate
fesponsibilities which do not find that people at conferences present making on the basis of teen six years ago when Lamolie fioor on the schooner had told her he SEE YOUR JEWELLERS
exist ” . oe eee = 5 milch eee . House was deemed inadequate by with a final hymn and the jad removed them, he said that SEE R JEWELLERS nes
‘ cow. Returning from the Jamaica e said that one Of the changes the Board of Education and they yn; 1 Anthem the function he had taken them from the 7
LUCKY THREE four-day ,finance talks connected suggested would have meant an faced the problem of temporary Gaalweeniia to a close and per hooner and put them aside, He Y. DELIMA «& CO. LTD
Pe en teat with the University College of additional contribution of nearly shelter till a new building of their sony attending inspected the $60,- returned later for them and they ° of 1) oe
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ing free young East Indian men ternoon, Mr. Joseph told Press five years from Trinidad and To- the G.B.S.S, with whom they had : 20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens
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Tuesday, September 16, 1952



CONTINUITY |

ONE OF THE PROBLEMS affecting the
administration of Barbados which seems
most difficult of solution is the problem
of continuity of administration. An ad-
ministration staffed only by persons want-
ing to make Barbados their home is
unlikely to reach high levels of efficiency
since Barbados is unlikely to be the end
of the ambitions of those who want to go
far in the Colonia] Service.

This applies to Colonial Servants born
in Barbados as well as to those from some
other part of the British Commonwealth.

The problem is of first rate importance
because unless it is solved it reduces to
no avail other attempts to improve the
efficiency of the administration.

The recent improvements in salaries
and conditions of service approved by the
Barbadian legislature for example will
not by themselves achieve the end for
which they were introduced unless con-
tinuity of administration is achieved. And
this seems impossible of achievement un-
der existing procedure by which the
Governor and the Colonial Secretary
never remain in Barbados long enough
to ensure continuity of administration.

It does not matter how high the rewards
or how attractive the conditions of service
which Barbados can offer to its Governor
or Colonial Secretary, the holders of these
offices so long as they are drawn from
the ranks of the Colonial Civil Service
must always be expected to be on the
look out for promotion whenever + is
offered in some other part of the British
Empire. This is a perfectly laudable
ambition and it is natural that careerists
in the Colonial Service should regard pro-
motion to as high an Office as possible as
the legitimate aim to be followed.

But any layman can see at once that
this procedure, however admirable for
the careerist, is contrary to the best inter-
ests of the colonies in which a succession
of high-office holders makes continuity of
administration impossible.

Governing a colony by two or three
year instalments of governors is @ bad

enough system if there were no party
system of government to weaken the
effectiveness of administration.

But a combination of three yearly gov-
ernors and three yearly elections throws
the whole burden of continuity of Admin-
istration onto the Secretariat. If the
Colonial Secretary held office for ten

ears or even five, some continuity of
administration might be attained although
a change of governor or change of politica
party in power every three years ae
place a permanent strain even on hit
efficiency. Whatever schemes are workec
out on paper to give Barbodos improve
administration the actual working of thi
schemes depends on individuals.) ,

If governors are to be changedievers
three years, so long as Barbados is @ov
erned in accordance with its pr odt, ON
“stitution the character and interest maathe
governor must be expected to,tddriate
the administration during his toni as
proconsul. Continuity of Administratior
in Barbados will always cease during the

re of one governor and will be
quiesent for many months after the nev.
governor has arrived and is studying the

Tine of action which he will follow during

his interval between this governorship

and the next.

Meanwhile all the lessons learnt by his
predecessor will have to be learnt all over
again and by the time a genuine appre
ciation of problems has been gained and
a system of priorities worked out, the
procession towards some other govern-
ment House will have started.

What solution is possible? ;

Only one seems to provide a satisfac-
tory answer to all the objections which
may be raised. And it is in two parts.

Firstly the salary of the Governor of
Barbados ought to be paid by the United
Kingdom Treasury and should vary in
accordance with the private means of the
individual eee In this way a Gov-
ernor would freed from the many un-
pleasantnesses to which he is now sub-
jected by members of the House ol
‘Assembly who can display their antagon-
ism to a Governor by attempting to
control his purse.

Secondly, no individual would be ap-
pointed as Governor who has not already
had wide experience in other countries
in private or public life and who had
achieved distinction in his field, The
major defect of British Colonial admin-
istration today is precisely the continu-
ance into the present of an administrative
model designed for earlier years.

A careerist Colonial Service was bene-
ficial to colonies when political parties
were’ non-existent. Barbados has never
been a colony in the normal sense of the
word but is a very unique island in which
the individualism and Englishness of
earlier Britons have been preserved into
the 20th century and transferred hig-
gledy piggledy to the amalgam of races
who now inhabit the island. Methods of
administration which were never suitable
to Barbados at any period of its history
are completely lifeless and anachronistic
today. Unless greater attention is paid
by the Colonial Office to the problem of
continuity of administration the only
result likely to be attanied by recent efforts
to improve its efficiency is that the tax-
payers will continue to pay more money
to a larger number of officials most of
whom will continue to seek promotion
elsewhere. Money cannot produce effi-
cient administration. Only continuity of
service in the key posts which must be

filled by the best men.

NEWS FROM BRITAIN |

LONDON, Sept.

The Farnborough Air Show, the
Edinburgh Festival of Music and
Drama, the Radio and TV Exhibi-
tion at Earls Court have each
Grawn their thousands of overseas
yisitors. They have been special-
fsed shows; foreigners, well
pleased, have departed in admir-
ation.

Next year presents one of the
biggest-ever shows, an _ historic
spectacle of grandeur and pagean-
try—-the Coronation,

How welcome those visitors and
especially those from the Com-
monwealth! What a joy to be re-
minded of the community of states
dorming the Commonwealth. Here
in England it is easy to forget
that our community is made up
of men of all colours and religions.
So we want to see the represent-
atives of the old Dominions, the
men from India, Pakistan and
Ceylon, the Malays, Chinese and
Africans and all the other races
of the Commonwealth.

Many will go to luxury hotels.
Others will share the lives of the
average Briton. If they are not
satisfied, with our amenities, our
recreation grounds, our seaside
resorts, we hope that they will
say so. Some of us are not con-
tent with our own amenities
either. Nevertheless, we “rub
along,” we put up with the second
rate, we fing ready excuses for
laziness.

Bathing Establishment

In the middle of London’s Hyde
Park is the Serpentine, and part
of it has been converted into an
open-air bathing establishment,
It was the brain-child of old
George Lansbury, Sociaiist enthus~
iast who wanted better things for
the lower classes,

That bathing establishment,
which should be the biggest and
Lest in London, is a disgrace. At
one end, a short expanse of clean
concrete adjoins the water’s edge.
The remainder, though, is worn
end broken asphalt, gritty and
dirty. The “changing rooms” are
tents, and, on hot days we have
te queue up to half an hour to
cnter and, afterwards, another
fifteen minutes to collect our
clothes. To swim, we walk first
from the water’s dirty verge
ceross a muddy bottom. We feel
glad that there is a cafeteria at
all in such a place, even though it
‘s understaffed and drab; and we
join that long queue for a cup of
tea.

Continental capitals would not

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» - plays their native music, we ge
Hy L. V. JONES bxpty away. ee |

’ For the dancers lack the back- |
veople can no longer say “don’t ground of a warm tropical night, |
you know there’s a war on”. But and the pungent haunting scent» |
any other excuse seems to do noW- of - the east, They lack the |

adays. background ts and sounds of
And our seaside resorts! Our the east. Without them all, they
Ramsgates, our Margates and are like bright-plumaged birds

Southends. How dreary their orming
brassy, fluorescent - lit cafes, oe aud
each with its welter of glass top- ;
ped tables, its array of gaudy ’
coloured cakes. How loud but London's have lost 2
depressing their raucous “fun” familiar sight the crews of
fairs, where machines bellow their Ships tied up in the Thames will
mechanical laughter at you, and wait in vain for the row-boat of
crying children are dragged round Bert Evans. It was Mr.
till late at night. How tasteless Evans who out mail to ves-
their pubs, where bouncing tunes sels in the of London. But
remind us with remorseless jollity now Mr. Evans has retired and
arene jare “having a wonder- the Post Office will deliver mail
direct to shippi agents.
Packed Beaches The Thame bes had its own
And their beaches, jam-packed postman for centuries, and the
with people, whose holiday is position has been held by Mr.
long enough for their skins to Evans’ family for the last hund-
redden, but not to brown; who red and fifty years. He used to
venture into a couple of feet of locate the position of incoming

water, but not beyond their depfith; shj start!
‘who crowd the streets in Ray ap wat aa a oe Canes

: House jetty, would make a dail
thousands, their frocks or flannel y, ake a daily
ae —< sports coats looking tee Rnaen,: Brtége to
all alike; who make a day’s trip, ,
for a change, in a charabane to Pi ae raf Mr.
a similar resort nearby. the weather he Wh ae tenes
new tite Britis seas Wee = them. ‘They would. let down a
; ans y bucket containing their letters for

the people whom Commonwealth i
visitors will rub shoulders with if posting “end . drew up — S
incoming post.

they come out of their hotels, , :
They deserve something better, Since he retired, it

a little-under-



has not

the people, but they do not de- on possible to find a suitable
mand it. eeplacement.
They are infinitely patient, and “Cromwellians”

prepared to put up with it all— Unusual societies are always
and pay for it, because it is not making their mark in London
their tendency to complain, They And this week twentyfive “Crom-
are long-suffering—or they would wellians” met outside the House
not tolerate this monotony, rau- of Commons to commemorate the
“ but drab. enniversary of the Lord Protec-

ow we wish that our Com- tor’s death in 1658. Aims of the
monwealth visitors, with their Cromwell Association are his-

wide horizons, would express ‘
they don't emmy om. an me ine Tae tae Associa
01 ’ : 5 “
y lcddsen Art tion’s president, addressing the
~ re twenty - five members, praised
a —- the romantic island of Cromwell as the defender of con-
; a | i, eoene Anomeeeey of Bal- stitutional monarchy. And he
ae mungvl e t a. — suggested that the Coronation
: rt . procession next year should b
Cha tute ROL Eee” GueN Raed fe statin for slates
; € s cea. made, “for if
dancing is, so it is said, as good no Oliver Geedagiel thee’ wena
as anyone could wish to see. But have been no Elizabeth II. C.
their performance leaves us with well would have wished the
the feeling of all that is lacking. young Prince Charles well a
Despite the brilliance of their hoped that he would nak ota

put up with such a place. Herd fection of their orchestra which III,” Mr. Foot added

Give Me The Comet

LONDON.

Twelve years ago this month, a
few Hupricane fighters and the
frst of a new type of aircraft
called the Spitfire won a decisive
battle against the Luftwaffe’s
eir armadas and set the stage for
the ultimate defeat of Germany.

By the war’s end, the Hurricane
was already absolete and even
the mighty Spitfire had been
superseded by newer and faster
machines, powered by an engine
that was to revolutionise civil and
military aviation. The era of the
jet had begun.

At Farnborough, this week, the
public had a_ preview of the
airevaft of the future. And while
delta-shaped fighters whistled
through the air at speeds of over
790 miles an‘hour, I was flying the
last leg of a 20,000-mile trip to
Singapore and back in another
evolutionary aireraft—the de
favilland Comet,

Seven and a half miles above
ea level, with the Alps thrusting
‘heir snow-capped peaks through

i layer of cloud thousands of feet ti

beneath me, I tried to sort out
my impressions of what must
surely be one of the most fantas-
tie journeys in the world. Barely
an hour away was London. Be-
hind stretched ten of the most
exciting days I have ever spent.

There is, even now after nearly
ten years, a spirit of pioneering
‘mong the men who fly jet air-
croft. That was perhaps the
most exciting thing of all about
our trip. It was experimental,
and every man aboard was aware
of a sense of history.

Our Comet—one of the seven
now owned by the British Over-
seas Airways Corporation—was
on a training flight before going
into regular service on the Lon-
don-Singapore route. But, in this
case, it was the crew and not the
aireraft that was being tested.
The comet has already flown
either on normal service or on
flights such as these—over most
of the world’s major air routes.
And throughout the hundreds of
thousands of miles it has covered,
in almost every conceivable
climatic conditions, nothing has
been discovered to suggest that
jet flying will not, in the very near
future, become an accepted mode
of air travel.

In Service

Already the Comet is in service
on two regular air routes, and
others will shortly be in opera-
tion. There is nothing haphazard
about the introduction of a new
Comet service. Months of patient
and rigorous training precede the
first passenger-carrying flight,

The crew of our Comet, “Yoke
Peter’, were all experienced jet
flyers. Some of them had flown
Comets on regular B,O.A.C, ser-
vices to South Africa. But before
crews are allowed to fly jet-
liners over a new route, they must

«be thoroughly experienced in the
type of conditions they are likely
to meet Every airport along the
route is visited. And at those
where the crew have not pre-
viously landed in Comets extra
eare is taken to ensure that they
wre conversant with their vdrious
characteristics,

No serious problems have yet
been met, however, and the con-



costumes, and the technical per- under the ominous title of -

fy Konald Hoxall
miles an hour, The Alps look like

siderable amount of data that has a schoolboy’s relief map, twisting
been collected all over the world coastlines are etched on a grey
eoee = ca ee the air background of sea, and islands
most early expectations and proved pale) ected aan SE a
others to be unduly pessimistic. t

The Comet is not merely a mas-
terpiece of technical skill, Pilots, gradually gains height as the jets

‘ consume fuel and the load is
having once flown the | Come, reduced. And then, almost :

eight miles below, recedes at 490
During its cruise, the Comet

conventional-t: aircraft. It is there is time to grow used to the
the ideal Seance trots tae aie idea of being airborne, a slight
gers’ point of view, too, sensation in the pit of the stom-
Like Arm-Chair ach, too brief to be unpleasant,
The cabin, in appearance, is not indicates the beginning ot the
unlike the interior of an - wit ne Comet’s des-
modern motor coach. The seats, is still some 150 miles
described in tre Puomfortable ia an-hour before it touches down,
the world’, are at least as restful But already the
as one’s favourite arm-chair. And approaching at the same rate
since the journey from London to that it receded after take-off, and
Singapore, even by Comet, takes landmarks once again take on
nineteen hours—not counting time familiar shape.
spent on the ground for refuelling On the flight deck, the Captain
—this is an important considera- is in radio-telephone communica-
on. tion with the control tower of the
The first shock—soon to be for- airport, still invisible over the
gotten as other wonders crowd horizon. A sudden deceleration is
to mind—is provided when the felt as the air brakes are applied.
Comet, having taxi-ed to the end Then, with startling suddenness,
of the runway, “revs up” for the the earth rushes up. A slight
take-off. bump, the runway flashing fast
From here on, all comparisons beneath the wings, a gradual
with conventional air travel in application of wheel brakes, and

long descent,
tination

ground is

piston-engined planes becomes the Comet comes to rest, fifteen
irrelevant. hundred miles from the place it
Even in the sound-proofed left a brief three hours before.

cabin, the rising note of the four At Ease

de Havilland Ghost engines Qn the next 1

sounds like the buzzing of a mil- the caesl is aaaade Soni e
lion angry bees, Faster and faster this time the passenger feels
the turbines rev, until it seems completely at ease in the Comet;
that the brakes can no longer he settles down to read or eat a

hold. meal if in th -
‘And, just when it seems the fort of his own home.

engines must surely fly out of the Indeed, my most vivid impres-
wings, the Captain, out of sight cjon, after travelling 20000" miles
on the flight deck, releases the py Comet, taking off and land-
wheel brakes and the Comet ing seventeen times at airports
leaps forward, A lightning dash jn ten countries, was the com-
ame : pre See Sere Jet- plete unconcern with which one
. came to accept the idea of jet
a hia Switt, Rasy eR air travel. e '
e Comet’s climb is swift an The Comet does not travel at
easy. Settling back in his seat, supersonic speeds, But it does|
the passenger finds it difficult to eat up the miles at a rate that
yaiece ey weer * os om a should satisfy anybody. In fact,
ort °o e stratosphere at 2 in some re ts,
thousand feet a minute, fast, ewer ee wa

In a very few minutes the There are, of course, the men-
clouds are left behind, But it is tal and al effects normally
another half hour before the air- associated rapid transitions
craft levels off. By this time the from. temperate climates to
earth is hidden beneath a carpet tropical conditions. But when it
of marshmallow clouds or is considered that it is possible to
glimpsed only through a sky- leave London after an_ early
— — One is in a world that breakfast and arrive in Singa-
ew have seen. re, nearl,

At 35 thousand feet, in blazing hae for diets tho haan ae ag
sunshine, the sky above is a even after allowing for the seven
deeper and more luminous blue. and a half hours difference in
Outside, the temperature’ is time—the strain of jet travel is
around 50 degrees below zero, surprisingly little. Z
but the cabin of the Comet is a Nevertheless, the air traveller
comfortable 70 degrees, of the future may well think

There is no vibration at this that the builders of jet airliners
height. The liquid in a glass is can afford to take a rest—if only
as placid as it is on the bar of to give the ground organisations
an earthbound saloon, The noise time to catch up,
of the jets is present only when The time is rapidly approach-
one makes a conscious effort to ing—if it has not already arrived
hear it. a —-when a journey from Rome to

The Comet begins its cruise at London will be completed in less
about 35 thousand feet. The hum time than it takes to have one’s
of the engines dies away to a passport examined and pass
whisper, and the earth, seven or through the customs inspection





New Name For Capitalism

To The Editor, The Advocate,—
SIR,—I am sorry if my name
(or initials) appears too often
for some people’s pleasure in your
correspondence columns, and I
sometimes wish I was not so in-
terested in our local affairs and
30 eager to help towards improved
conditions. On the other hand,
i good many people, when they
meet me tell me to go ahead and
write again.
1yway, I must beg for space
to thank Mr. Sharpe for his re-
sponse to my invitation to com-

Our Readers Say:





describe the movement. They are
entitled “Communication — up,
down and sideways”, and “Pro-
gress — Sharing can mean Indus-
trial Peace”, and the latter, inci-
dentally, furnishes a possible
answer to my enquiry for “A New
Name For Capitalism”. Collabor-
ation does result in Progress—as

ment directly on my recommend-
ation of the modern method of
co-operation between Capital and
Labour. I was glad to have his
further illustration of its suceess- 4, Bias 2 “
ful application to the big ready- Pro as ‘Industrial Peace’, and
to-wear industry in the U.S.A. gress—sharing is not a bad
Once again we are assured that flame, though also rather clumsy
friendly consultation between the —like Co-operationism.

Directors of a factory or other Perhaps Collaboration is the
business and the rank and file best. 1 wonder whether, and when,
workers promotes all round good- S°™® big firm in Barbados will
will and efficiency. venture to adopt this new method
of Co-operation, Or a plantation
possibly, Perhaps this is the way
rr get rid of the bugbear of Cane

ires!

I wish also to mention that in
the current issue of Readers’
Digest there are two more articles

which strongly and convincingly FRANCIS GODSON.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

away, and it will be at least half-|-

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

THE GOLDEN VOICE
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3 Die In Charleston
During Hurricane

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NEW YORK
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like a bully as tall as the sky, has threatened | * aaa
cities on the south-east coast. oo
First Miami in Southern Florida, then Fort $ oo ae ee
Lauderdale further north, % vagy to ps anal
Each time, airmen using radar watched the x wee
storm draw back its whirling fist, edge out to 8
sea a little, and move on towards Charleston g MANTLES
(Pop. 70,000), in South Carolina. x 300 and 500 Candlepower
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U.S. catton to Britain in 1784. Old brick
Georgian houses line its narrow streets. But
there are palmetto trees along the pavements
and the gardens blaze with tropical flowers.

Twenty times storms have brought disaster
to Charleston. Today; on the 65th anniver-
sary of an earthquake that killed 65 in the
city, the hurricane pounced.

Charleston was ready. Half of the city
was thrown into darkness, but the people

were in hurricane shelters. Only three
were killed.

AMERICA is more dominated by women
than any other country, writes author John
Gunther. Women voters outnumber men
and hold the balance at the polls.

And this year’s presidential election?
Already a number of women have talked
and written on the power of the Eisenhower
charm against the fascinating thought of
three single men in the White House—Adlai
Stevenson (divorced) and his two sons—
Adlai II, a naval officer, and Borden, a uni-
versity student. :

DR. GEORGE FREDERICK MILLER, a
retired professor, is on the last 145 miles of
aramble. He began walking the 2,050-mile
Appalachian trail along the crest of America’s
eastern mountain range last April. He is 72.

WHEN a night club band played “How
High The Moon” clients knew that a cargo
of drugs had arrived. Police made this dis-
covery in raids along the front of Atlantic

City, America’s Blackpool. ‘Thirty-four

suspects are under arrest.

THE Los Angeles School Board voted five
to one to withdraw from use in the city’s free
schools a handbook on UNESCO. Ex-Service-
men said it weakened students’ patriotism

in favour of “one worldism.”

UNESCO is the United Nations Educational,

Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

BIG PROFITS in the sky! Space ships,
suits, guns, and toys for children are being
made by 112 firms. There are 22 science
fiction magazines on the newsstands and they
are selling 2,000,000 copies of books about
supermen and _ robots. The New York
Planetarium has shown its “Rocket to the
Moon” programme to 88,000 people.

TOMORROW is the fiftieth anniversary of
68-year-old Clarence Derwent’s stage debut
—at Weymouth’s Theatre: Royal. He ran
away from home in London to get a part.

Derwent is proud of being born a Cockney
and stays British although two-thirds of hi
career has been spent in American theatres

He believes he is the only Briton to be
elected head of an American trade union-
Actors’ Equity. And he hopes to celebrat«
that 50th anniversary soon by playing Shy
lock on Broadway.

HOT MEALS from slot machines are nex*
The food is cooked, then frozen. And wher
you put coins in the slot an electric tube -
side the machine heats the dinner in ‘7
seconds.

FIFTEEN years ago Russian General Mik

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Coldly, America’s aviation men say such
a route would be ideal for research studies
of Canadian and U.S. industrial centres.

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tf candidate Adlai Stevenson wins the elec
tion — curtsied before the late King Georg:
V in 1931, She is Mrs. Ernest Ives Steven
son’s sister and official hostess. She wa:
presented at Court while her husband was .
in the diplomatic service.
“LIVERPOOL-STREET” said the sign ©:
a big red double-decker bus which pullec =n
along New York’s Eighth-avenue. 3
Conductor Ted Hearne issued real London
tickets, but collected no twopences. He was MEATS THESE ARE
giving a free ride to the last of 80,000 peopl Milk Fea Chickens EASY TO
who have travelled in three London buse: Milk Fed Duck
on their 12,000-mile good wiil tour. New Zealand Lamb PREPARE
Mayor Vincent Impellitteri made a little Fillets Muffetts
farewell speech. Tomorrow the buses rol’ Rabbits Geses saan”
aboard the liner Parthia to go home. Weet a Bix
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Better jobs and weather. S 4
FOURTEEN Communist leaders wer DESSERTS
convicted at Los Angeles recently for con Custer Sone
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88c. per tin
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GODDARDS FOR SERVICE

(£3.570), or both.

HOME BREW is back. Basement brewers
make the staple but horrible prohibition |
drink because it costs them only 1d. a bottle. |
They have to pay 1s. and up for a bottle «
commercial beer—always lager in America.

Box Fish
Ufillet Biscuits
Sugar Cured Bacon

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1952

5 Vessels

Arrive In:

Port Over Week-end

FIVE vessels arrived in
included four steamships

port over the week-end. These
and a single schooner. The

schooner Amanda T. arrived in port on Sunday with 600
drums of colas and six drums of turpentine. The captain

of the Amanda T. is Capt.

A, Tannis and its agents here

are the Schooner Owners’ Association.

The Norwegian steamship Kim
arrived on Saturday evening from
Montreal with general cargo for
the island, including 303 casks and
141 boxes of cod fish, 1,918 sacks
of oats, 275 sacks of feed, 1.458
containers of condensed milk.
Other cargo consisted of canned
goods, pollard, wrappine paper,
footwear, handbags.

The Dutch steamer Hera called
here on its way from Amsterdam.
It brought the first shipment ~*
Christmas ‘ree decorations and
toys to the island this year. Be-
sides these Christmas items, the
Hera also brought 940 containers
of milk, 40 bales of oakum, 1,450
crates of potatoes, 400 crates of
onions, 1,000 cartons of bottled
beer, 100 bags of barley, 100 bun-
dies of smoked herrings, 30 cases
of wine, 20 packages of leather
shoes. Among this cargo it also
brought a quantity of hams, meat-
preserves and bicycle accessories.
This vessel is consigned to S. P.
Musson & Sons.

OTHER ARRIVALS

Other arrivals were the steamers
Scholar from Grenada and Alcoa
Puritan from Trinidad. Both ves-
sels brought general cargo to the
island and both have as their
— here Messrs. DaCosta & Co.



There were many departures
over the week-end. These includ-
ed the S.S. Kim for St. Vincent
and the Folke Bernadotte for Ja-
maica,

Other departures included the
motor vessels Caribbee and Lady
Joy for Dominica and St. Lucia
papeerers and the schooners
Tady Silver, Marea Henrietta,
Rainbow M. for Martinique, St.
Lucia and St. Vincent, respective-
ly. The motor vessel Cuidad Boli-
var which arrived here during the
past week also left for Jamaica
over the week-end.

HARBOUR BUSY.

The harbour was an extremely
busy place yesterday morning.
This was because there were three
ships in port, two of which were
unloading cargo and the other
loading, Lighters and their crews
were never idle and with the great
help of the launches at their dis-
posal, they were seen making their
way through the other craft,
laden with sugar, and other cargo
to the ships lying at anchor.

—

£2 Fine For
Wounding

A decision of His Worship Mr.
C. W. Rudder of District “B”
was yesterday varied by Their
Honours of the Assistant Court
of Appeal when they reduced to
£2-the £3 fine His Worship im-
posed on Clarence Clarke of Lead
Vale, Christ Church, for wound-
ing Eileen Harper, of Fair View,
in the same parish, on May 30.

Clarke wounded Harper with a
stick. Harper said that she work-
ed as a labourer at Searles Plan-
tation and Clarke was a driver
there, She sent her daughter for
her wages on the evening she was
wounded and her daughter
brought it $2 short, Clarke some-
times gave out the money and
when she went to him and com-
plained of the short money, he
took up a stick which was nearby
and struck her on her head with
it. The cut took four stitches.



83 New Pupils

Adniitted At
Harrison College
When secondary schools re-open
today, Harrison College will car-
ry a roll of 567, and Combermere

and Lodge School approximately
560 and 350 respectively. This

term is the beginning of the
school year for all secondary
schools.

College are taking on the great-
est number of new pupils of all
the Government run schools—83
Their present total of 567 is one
more than there was at the open-
ing of the jast school year and 24
more than last term’s numbers.

Combermere has arranged to
take on 69 new pupils, but there
will be a few extra pupils, the
headmaster said. At the begin-
ning of the last school year, Com-
bermere’s number was approxi-
mately 580. The drop in number
is due to the reduction of the pre-
paratory divisions from three to
two, There were 551 pupils at the
end of last term.

The number for this term is
not finalised because there has
been some delay from the De-
partment of Education in notify-
ing the headmaster of the names
of boys and the number of schol-
arships to be given to the school
with second grade exhibitions.

Lodge School will take on 40
new boys, St. Michael’s Girls’
School 47, Queen’s College 56,
Christ Church Girls’ Foundation
20 and Alexandra 26.

No Fine On
Overdue Library
Books Next Week

At a recent meeting of the
Board of Trustees it was decided,
as an experiment, to have a trial
week when it will be possible for
the public to return overdue books
to the Library without exposing
themselves to the usual fines in
such cases.



The Acting Librarian is seeking
the co-operation of the public and

all are asked to search their
bookshelves and see if they have
not misplaced library books

among their own collection. Kind-
ly have a good look and return
the missing or misplaced books to
the Library next week, September
22 to 27.

There is a record at the Library
of the books and the persons to
whom they have been issued, the
Acting Librarian still looks for-
ward to your ready and willing
co-operation,



33 Subjects

The Lodge School gained 33 Ad-
vanced Level subjects, and not
certificates as previously stated, in
the July, 1952 General Certificate
of Education of the Oxford and
Cambridge Examination Board,

“STREAMING”

lips
showed that the wire was stolen
sometime between September
and September 15.

HOYS





BARBADOS ADVOCATE .





HOUSECRAFT CENTRE f



MRS. H. G. CUMMINS (centre) is instructing a

class in Sweets

and Preserves Making as the Day

and Evening Classes opened at the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, yesterday.

Labourer Gets 14 Days

For Stealing Wire

“MY HANDS are tied and I am bound to send you to
prison for you have previous convictions against you,”
His Worship Mr. G, B. Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate
of District “A”, told Herbert Carter (32), a labourer of

Dayrells Road, Christ Chu

rch, yesterday when he sen-

tenced him to 14 days’ imprisonment with hard labour for
stealing meshed wire valued at £1 12/-, the property of
G. H. Moroukin of Bay Street-

Carter pleaded guilty of the
charge, but asked the court to ex-
tend leniency. Police Constable
Thompson, keeper of the criminal
recofds said that the defendant
had two previous convictions for
stealing and on the last convic-

tion was sentenced to 18 months’
imprisonment
for stealing lead.

with hard labour

Harbour Police Constable Phil-
said that investigations

14

Moroukin said that he went to

sleep on September 14 and left the
wire in his yard. The next morn-
ing it was missing.

CASE DISMISSED:

In the Assistant Court of Ap-

peal yesterday Their Honours Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell dismissed on its merits
the
Arthur

in which Lionel A.
of Two Mile Hill, St.
was charged by the
with driving the car

case

Michael
Police

M-2210 on Black Rock Road at
41% miles per hour.
limit along this road is 30 miles
an hour.

The speed

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
had fined Arthur 20/- to be paid
in one month or 14 days’ imprison-
ment for the offence which was
said to have been committed oa
June 4,

Mr. J. E, T. Brancker who ap-
peared yesterday for the defend-
ant submitted to the court that no
proper notice of intended prose-
cution was served on the defend-



AN ASSISTANT TEACHER “streaming” a group of boys who have been transferred from other Ele-

mentary Schools to the modern

Secondary School (St. Leonard's) at Richmond.

—(Story on page 1.)

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ant as was in accordance with the
law.
CASE ADJOURNED:

His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday adjourned until Sep-
tember 29 hearing in the case in
which Police Constable 189
Greene is charged by the Police
with the larceny of £8. 19/2 the
property of Police Constable
Lorde,

Mr. E. W. Barrow is appearing
on behalf of Greene while Inspec-
tor Franklyn is prosecuting for
the Police. P.C. Greene has elect-
ed to be tried summarily.

Yesterday Sgt. Murrell told the
court that after Lorde had made
a report that he had lost his
money in the Police compound,
he took a statement from Greene.
After he had taken the statement
from Greene, Lorde came in the
Office and Greene said “I am
sorry to hear you lost money but
I don’t know anything about it.’

He told Greene after, that
someone had said that he had
taken up the money. He also

asked Greene if he could search
him and Greene showed him his
pockets. In the right shoe which
he was wearing there was some
paper money and on opening t's

money he found four ten dollar
notes, a two dollar note and one
dollar note.

After he found the money
Greene turned to him and told
him to take it easy. He reported
the matter to Captain Parris.

To Mr. Barrow Sgt. Murrell
that there were
the statement.

USED INDECENT LANGUAGE;

said
no witnesses to



His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday fined \Elvie
Joseph a domestic servant. of
Nelson Street, St. Michael 20/.-
to be paid in 14 days or one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour for using indecent lan-
guage on Nelson Street. -

The offence was committed oa
September 15,

ON BOND FOR GAMBLING;

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday placed Venice
Grimes (21) a labourer of Bank
Hall, St. Michael and Clyde Al-
leyne (23) fisherman of Deigh-
ton Road, St. Michael on a bond
for three months in the sum of
£5 for gambling on Fairchild
Street on September 13.



Flying Saucer

A St. Joseph's resident re-
ported yesterday morning that
he saw a Flying Saucer on
Thursday night. He could not
get away in time and it col-
lided with his face. It appear-
ed to be travelling at about 60
miles per hour and from the
direction of his wife’s hand.

BLIND STUDENTS
PROGRESS WELL

STUDENTS attending the
School of the Blind at the Hurd
Memorial are making steady pro-
gress in training in chair rushing,
chair caning and basketry.

The school was opened in July
1951 by His Excellency the Gov-
ernor Sir Alfred Savage. Mr.;
George Scott who was sent by the
association to Trinidad for train-,
ing, is in charge of the work. He.
taught himself to read and write|
in Braille, in the short space of
three weeks. Not allowing hi:
blindness to be a handicap, he
helped himself in various ways.
He spent ten months in Trinidad

Walking Sticks

All the students at the Hurd
Memorial Hall are provided with
white walking sticks, so that
they can walk independently of a
human guide.

Mr. George Scott said, that
unlike all those who can see, he
takes his register every morning
and evening in Braille writing
from right to left. He also said
that any book obtainable from
the library he can get from Eng-
land in braille, which permits him
to read on the darkest night. He
also has a watch by which he
tells the time from touch.



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14 Students

The present number of students
at the centre is 14, They consist of
three females and the others are
males. He said that the rush seat-
ing class has been suspended
owing to the difficulty in getting
the rush. He said their not having
the rush keeps back an order for
rush bottomed chairs from Sea-
well airport.

One student has completed hi
course in Braille training through
private tuition. He said that he
is awaiting a set of braille instru-
ments with which to teach the
others in general,



MEETING AT PRESS
CLUB WEDNESDAY
NIGHT

At Wednesday night’s meeting
of the Barbados Press Club at 8
o'clock, Mr. F. A. Hoyos, Senior
filstory Master of Lodge School,
will read a paper on “The Life
and Times of Clennell Wickham.”
Everybody is invited,





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24x 42

Pink, Blue, Gold, Turqulise
DYED ‘COTTON TOWELS

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Green, Blue, Pink |
DYED COTTON TOWELS |
4X 4B ce @ $2.59 Each }
Pink, Green, Gold, Blue
BEACH TOWELS
33 x 66 ........ . @ $5.07 Each |
22% 44 o. esesese . @ $213 Each |
WHITE TURKISH BATH |
TOWELS
27 x 54 ..., @ $2.87 Each
BATH MATS
22 x 33 @ $2.04 Each

PAGE FIVE



New Session
At Housecraft
Centre

..A session of Day and veri
Classes began at the Housecraf:}
Centre. Bay Street, yesterda

Miss Ivy Alleyne is the ort®n-j
izer of the classes and Mrs, Edna
Scott is Assistant Organiser, The!

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Classes are scheduled to end
December.

Two hundred and ei
pre regisiered for the new cl
for subjects which include As
sorted Dishes, Cake and Pastr
Caribbean Cookery Adv
Simple Cutting ang S
Cake Icing, Advanced Butlerir
Smocking, Elementary Patt
Drafting, Simple Dressmaki
Advanced Dressmaking anv

Hendicrafts

To-day the second term of th
City and Guilds Courses in House
eraft will begin, The 20 student
of these Courses attend through- |
out the day.



St. Joseph Round-Up

Lorry Runs

Off Road |

A lorry, O.75, owned by Mrs.
L. Worrell, and driven by Kr
ger Bradshaw of Cocoan

Grove, ran off the road while pro- |
ceeding on Parke’s Road in i
direction of Cocoanut Grove
({hursday evening. Bradshaw 1
ceived an injury to his head, anc
Wyndol Collymore of Frizer
Tenantry, who was travelling «
the lorry, had one of his feet hu

Both Bradshaw and Collymo:*
complained of internal injuic
The lorry, after going off the ro
and ending in a nearby field, was
slightly damaged.

SWEET POTATOES.

A pleasing feature in some <«
St. Joseph’s districts last we
was sweet potatoes in a mode
supply, The price asked for th«
potatoes was five cents per pou!
but housewives bought = them
readily. English potatoes are |
ing sold at 10 cents per pound
some districts, 12 cents in othr

, and at 16 cents in other quarte

Housewives are always critic'si:
these prices, because there are
schedules to be seen in sor
shops



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. OFFICIAL NOTICE

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~ i Pe anmmnennntoche ——— ocnienee eit ' t @r interest or any lien or incumbrante
oS powdialienntonen Demand having or claiming aby estate, righ : a
BUNGALOW, at, Hastings on the r or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the eye
DIED FORK SALE always a breeze. Dinl 3355 ie hae &. Cone 7 Oyen. to bring kefare me an ateount of their claims with their witnesses, d@otum
11.9.52 -dn 71 ey 10°% Pr. Curreney 10 3/10% Pr. and vouchers to be eXanifned by me on any TueSday or Friday between the Hours
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tuners! will iecve his late reaidence.| BEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES — |°°" coat peemeien Demend vee et Pee te eS,
Westbury Road at 4.36 p.m. } Just received a new shipment including " a eman . . y NICHOLLS
© for the Westbury Cemetery. jue een Cea ““GRANE HOUSE” situate im the parish Pielieeg W, Baits lao ue Sight Drafts "Ye eon Pr : jee a WItLAAat THEROLD BARNES and
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residence “Dorvilie,” Harta Gap; Has:-[ Mrs. Kasson. 0408. 11.9.58-—£0. 1 OO Scew telly be set up for sale_nt| Arrivals Be ither rete ee ES eee ; abouts Abutting and bounding on lands of The Mount Plantation on
ings at 4,30 p.m. to-day the nteceeneanearestencnneet ts y the thal ae rhe above Rates # Yands 6f W. W. Reece on lands of the estate of A. Chapman decease:
Westbury’Cemetery. Friends are asked wae oe phere Outord. 1950 mood 4 yam A Se ae ee the 7 | asta eeu s ig ol Byrne rn ; without notice. 2 on Jands of the estate of R. Chapman deceased on lands of the eftate
to attend. jeage: 19,000. excellent condition. | omice of the . DaCosta & Co. Ltd. > oe eae a eente of Thompson deceased and on a road over which there is a right o
Wilhelmina Ramsay (wife), Gilpin,] Apply Mr, Corbin, 5186 Office,8372 Home CARRINGTON & SEALY | $8 Scholar, 4454 tons, ff G Rend in your Cards fer the Adyoe — way to the public road called Black Rock road or however else the
Roy an@ Clyde (sons), Eileen 16.0.53—3n Lucas Street ada, under Captain Ro Myles Agente: . | Cliristmas Cara Competition wie " ch Sek Wath, bb foo.e n® may abut and bound Together with all and singular. the bulldings
Smith, Doreen Ward (daughters) . s2| DaCosta & © vies. Agents:-— | gip.00 first prize. See Advertisement it es oul ae. same th id parcel of land erected and buiit standing
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———— | ovrtomiendl Pate, “Phone 91-74 | 5, | HOUSES ax mall houses on Cave| Trinidad, under’ Captain’ 8°" aulier | — a tn evgpiaally cause you to lose # oi puea: “isth July, 1952.
—“*) THIN, St. Michael. Appiy to Norman | Agents: Da Costa Co. Lita. : ; er ated 12th August, 1992 ‘ 4
IN MEMORIAM CAR—Austin 1951—perfect condition pee eee, ete eee 5S Hera, 2.214 tons, from Amster: "Dear, it’s time you knew musta wakes fave. apread wr we WiLLdA MS, ‘
Done only 5,000 milles $2,200. Apply 16.9.52-—1) | dam, under Captain De Haan. Agents: ¢ the world sg that now selen- / Registrar-in-Chancet
cichinieles es ———— J nckstein B'ros. ‘4667 “10.9 fein | S FP. Musson & Co, Lid. that four ou ¢ Byer? SV CO
HOLDER--In lovirig Memory of Bereste: = vas JEHOVAH JIREH, St. George, wit Departures ee Eg dy ter, warned ia |
f r Ww . m Septe rr 1B ey approximately cres © “4 a t diseases before it \s ;
Holder who @ied on September 15; CGAR—1050 Ford Prefect. Phone 4002 or | {PProximately 13 acres of land. ‘Hous ag he By Sg Rs
1946. office 3349 en 9.5217, {containing 4 bedrooms vwpstairs, toilc:| $5 Kim for St. Vincent. eas of teeth, bub alee chronic fheumc- |
In Thy green, pleusant pastures fec.; 22 Jaan bath upstairs and downstairs electri SS _ Folke Bernadotte for Jamaica. tism eS Sin ‘trouble. j
The sheep which Thou ho | CaR—wWwolseley 10 H.P., in good condi- Water and telephone, fine flower an MV. Lady Joy for St. , | j
summoned hence: 4on. Nearest offer to $1,200.00, Courte: kitchen gardens and orchard. 9 acres ¢f| M V+ Cuidad Bolivar for Jamaica. ; New i + Saves Tecth ee 8O9SSOD-
And by the still, cool waters lead arade Dial 2616. . 1.9 5 SÂ¥ Jcanes and 1 acre of potatoes Inspectio M V . Caribbee for Dominica, } fize American , -
Thy flock in loving providence. |= ; ’ -9.52—$n. fany day except Sunday. Apply E. Wi.-| Schooner Lady Silver for Martinique. ths ts new |)
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Holder (wife), Darcey Holder (son), Mor | . eee Barker (step-son), Mubert Hold 11,9.52—6n ‘KINNOUL” at BANK HALL MAIN jooner area Henrietta for St mow and soo) { accept Cargo and Passengers for
(brother), 16.9.52—1r | a ‘{ROAD, (at of entrance to Yer. | bucla fecthe "Te , letter Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
eee cece i jaacbhaiatl pone Land), t at standing.on B. Toute shat itevidl and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
| van | 15+ square feet . & part of % 1 inst.
FOR MENT — ose Pie Sa" S ee wae fe |e une ang arenas * > Seawell Pare ne ars: | er
A Ea Bier Coon we The Dwel se contains Galler; bet tou while Waverat JOHNSON’S The M/Y “MONEKA" wid
a, erage 416, Drawing and Dining rooms, —- Breakfa: | ARRIVALS Oo accept Cargo, and Yor
ft 19.9260. |Room, 8 bedrooms (1 with dresbiny |"7°™ Venecuela: Jnany ‘ittaps and‘then heard of this new Dominiea, Antimia,
OE ea Te rrr = he 7 in = nae
Truck—4 : room and running water) — Pantry ‘ant SEPTEMBER 12. ~ Uiscovery Ameosen. In 24 hours after TATIONERY Nevis ‘and St. Kitts. Sailing
HOUSES UCK—-InteFnational Two axle ite aoe a poets lel B. Huizi, J, Huizi, B. Huizi, L. Major, M dvi their amore say guine had nt 5 18th inst.
{ }euek wits nal hep Me 2 Phone meena oa en Ro tem fsca. | F: Major, L. Major, G. Major, A. Major, Wise OTHERS advise i rr soreness in ru gouth ai u : sIBBONS STAMP ;
ipo ot ee : um, orae, “sgn, [led — Servite Fabel. in os 9 Wills, 9. Wilk, J. Mijsberg, N. Pena,| daughters to take Paradol, and = The were mien that oo. a TA UE 1953 B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS
Moorings, Nr. Prospect, % — Y a tee ee to the Tenan! |p Pena, A. wien u Petes te: Pens, thus save needless suffering due to I could eat the hardest of food.” s BIARIES FOR 1958 ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Partly futmished. Apply * | ‘The Property will be set tae fOr pate ee R. Murley, S. Murley and A Periodic pains. Scientifically com- Guaranteed ANNUALS FOR 1 Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
= a a ae ~ tyre by Subs Competition at our oer, From Trinidad: pounded from 4 ingredients, Paradol : : TAILORS’ see one
a id clactsicity, tl rol _ Fr Sas September at 2 p.m ae a. ote SEPTEMBER 14. helps relieve pain quickly —with no iro ho ;
water and electricity throughout, Frig —— = YEARWOOD larke, A. Fergusson, E Res adi Stee ann See zallen pur teeth to youl ip i
&c. Prom December onwards. ‘Apply: MOTORCYEEE; One (1) 5 H.P. twin & BOTCE, ¢. Barrow. L. Cuthbert bi lente disagre eabl after-« freer -& — a Toney back on return. of empty
The Rector, St. Joseph. 13.9,52—8n. | cylinder B.S. A. c¥ele. Good condl- Morris, J. Belle, K. Pigott, C. O'Neal, for headaches, too. The naam Dr. Don's take.e chance on losing yous |
SYMETONOM "at lava 7D manevinac 3 . Ae s, Sa SE eS ii ie Eveiyn, Cc. Drayton, R’| Chase’’ is your asstirance. 23 ring t . from 2
Bedroems each wiih 3 iter, —- - -— MOSCLIFF—A newly renovated thre: Sarter 3, depen pg DR CHASE’S eet 0:
Garage te te ELECTRICAL bedroomed house, all modern con-| 4" Bushell, W Mottie bY ; Y





veniences, standing on nearly three acres | Ward, and Am san;:.:
of land. irrigated for, Kitchen gardents | pro et, PARAD@: °o

GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6,000] near Paradise h Club. Phone 0104 sees
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OFFICES OnE. Just gooeived a limited quantity, | 52—4n. | wope, J. Parris, EB. Maty, ¥. Fr sad L. | asumte Quick Relief from Pain apeexs CANADIAN SERVICE
COOL AIRY OFFICE sP, with 11,9.52—t.f, LAND FOR SALE Scan! Trinlasd: tM



Secretarial and Business facilities, in th» (1) 7,812% sq. ft., Rogers Road, the Ivy,

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heart of the City. Offered to an av- ONE (1) Electrical Spraying Machine 50 ft. frontage. . ‘
proved Business person. Ring Mr,/}Complete with SUNBEAM Generawr | (2) 1/8 acre land at Eagle Hall. c a Lee % er es Yearwood, GOVERNMENT NOTICES | Sails Monttesl Sells Halifax Arrives Barbados
Gooding 8538, Aluminum Air Tank & Aluminum Spray] (3) 1 acre at Leong Ch, Ch, Robinson, © Ry be jogers, J. Jones, T i, .. 28th August Sist August 12th Septeniber
16.9.52—%, |Gum, In good working order. Pricé¢] (4) Several House ts at Worthing h Gonshios, ae ja, C. Sanabria, Jr., | "’ 32th September 16th September 28th
tne ji uasgnable. Apply C. Arthur Mayhew View, Ch, Ch. sh, Gannaiek, 7) Broce Py Tonsmen | 2) 26th September 30th September 12th
OFFICES—In our Building jn Lowe yo . J. HAMEL-SMITH & CO.](5) 3 acres at Maxwell Main Road, Ch fies at. Rnilo, armol and L. Molina \4 *) 10th October 14th October 26th October
Broad Street. Available from | 1+] b 1D, Bridge Street. Phone 4748. |Ch. Dial 2947. R. Archer enzit.| W. Date, L, Clarkson, M. Clatk TENDER FOR MOTOR TRUCK |
Bit aa K, R. Hunte * F Let 9.9.52—5,) [| Victoria Street, 14.9,52—2n. |) yy Gta seh, $4 inFkbon, einteees, ¢ . + > 4¥8% . \ NORTHBOUND
a . 9.52—t1 + ra - teh. Seeds fT. Crane, A. King, J. Kins aiacee enders are invited for the purehase of a For - ton Motor:
apenas sled eee SALE OF THE MOTOR VESSEL : : , ing, A. DeVaux . ” for St. Lawrence River ports.
(TOP FLOOR —— Synagogue Buildine, MECHANICAL sme appritia? ort Ot 5 on 00 toi| Prom feiniaes: Truck 1945 model. ALCOA PPritan” Due Barbados September 14tht
°. ames et. for offices 7a ¢ appraised J 000, no 7 ; z ‘
9 he we eee Wigs fos | GRASS CUTTERS cutting blade: |naving “been received for the Mott | Trem ep EMER eee 2. This Truck can be seen at the Pine Plantation any week Apply :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
cid. hun Apoiyutahinaon, a ee ee we 9.52—6n Wiehhee oF ha bene Rie oid for tho} »“Goivin, @. Sinith, By Smith, F. Smits, | day between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. or Saturdays | ee eae
: rs. 2 wo . ame . aa , = - 1
: , ~ “GRASS LOADERS—A_ thew shipment quce offers Bry te be submitted | in » ss oe ath Hs Boots, aa tween the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
sea envelopes a Tess el. ¥ , . os ' sa i =
WANTED due on 19th inst (Sept.) Dial 4613. Marshal in Admiralty, Public Buildings |“ Findlay, D. Maillard, ©. Maillara, 3. Tenders should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture.) . ..t¢oa PLANTER sails NEW YORK 5th Sept. arrives papeenrr
“ 11.9.52—6n. [Barbados and are to’ reach him on or | jj Maillard, g bailar, Go ae: Department of Agriculture and should reach the office not later than OaLnans at .
ae before the 30th ember, 1952. . are, 21, Termpte, |B pe s NEW ANS BARBADOS SER
|. |" REACHED — One Ainger. Sewind| “on te 1 Cutouee tae Mried avelope: | Smith, L. Hinds, A. Mamwee and A 4.00 p.m. on Saturday, the 20th September, 1952. |
Machine, good condition, price reasonable: | containing the offers will be taken tu | Skinner. Pe 10.9. 52-21 | A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS iith Sept. atrives BARBADOS 27th Sept,
“ HELP Apply Moses Gittens, Dayrell’s Road, of|the Court and opened there by the]. DEPARTURES ;
dial 3129, 16,9.52—2n. | Registrar in the presence of the Chies|*or Antigua:
Oa ~ | Justice. SEPTEMBER 15. VICE
IMMEDIATELY, Young Man as Sales-| TYPEWRYTER—One Corona Zephyt| Fon further particulars apply to; F. Catchpole, F. Smith, L. Hinds and P L] E N Ti E ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SER
man and General Office Clerk. Apply to portable Typewriter in sound condition, T. T. HEADLEY, \. Slaek.
Cecil L. Straker & Company, Spry Street, please apply “Office Equipment Service Marshal in Admiralty. For Puerto Rico: , ; ‘
Bridgetown, 16.9.52—1 1] Co.," Coleridge Street. Phone 5108.

13.9.52—8n M. Haynes, W. Haynes, E. . E.
ep enemas 16.9. 52—8 . Greaves, E. Adams, F, Goddard, W.
LADY STENOTYPIST with knowledite | satiimtiiditisieetetiedisiesditeibennaneccmen +

ae Mahon, M. Collymore, V, Murray, R ‘
of bookkeeping atid previous office ex o- POULTRY Po wae ts NOTICES Real fiitken, aed Re THE BAHAMAS POLICE

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Apply by letter C. A. e/o Advocate Ad- —_—__ ------ O'Brien,
vertising Dept. 14.9. 562—3 (10) days old. SOc, nla i F Trinidad: ED
— ee — eee each, apply: a as eee tees | NOTICE SEPTEMBER 14 RECRUITS WANT (JUNIOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY)
sant must Wave good foteriitcs ” HOB-ATy | This is to notify my eustomers that i] 1), BAnhGd. Me Wore oO Worme, Twenty reeruits are required for the Bahamas Police. Ys
Telephone. only between the heurs ~,bave lost my Pocket-book and Dias |/ Cozier, C, Goddard, R. Ogilvie, D. The following are the MINIMUM requirements:— TWO PLA
of 10 and if aan woe | MISCELLANEOUS | 224 ould Uke ail those who have date:| Ogilvie, B. Harkisocn, T. Clarke, L :
Ske j with the Orchestra to.pay me a visit ani| Murray, G. Cragwell, A. Marin, I, Masi British subject by birth. ‘ THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T GO TO HEAVEN
: ; AT i Sr eta Wits E. Eriksen, G Eriksen, F Botal, ¥ Age: 22 to 27 years, —F. Sladen-Smith
| for Sydney Niles Orchestra. ee ee Buee ” Education: not less thah Standard VII. Scenes fromm A MIDSUMMER anes Danan
a | For Veneauela; Height: 5’ 9” in bare feet. ao
BA age a ae SUP eee : ;. .
January, | Chest: not less than 36” expanded
Bt uaw eRe : : In Touch With Barbados ; ; — at the —
aistrict. in Hart, 0. | BALLOONS. Assorted ind | MILL ee ea Sreve C 1 Stati Single men only will be considered. POCKET THEATRE, WAKEFIELD
T.LeB, Pointe-a-Plerre, Trinidad. shares, from 3c,—12c. HN Ia o. denheaad Wk oasta, on Applicants will be seeh at the Police Training Sehool, District 17TH—8.00 P.M
: Saree gro Re Bee ten GIVEN that!!! Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd. ad-{\"A” at 10,00 a.m. on Thursday, 18th September. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER es a
PENESONAL ep tce, ieee gees Pesan | ected of Alcan Rawina wale |i, thet achetine nie’ usseaah ae |,.2¢ Hs no use applying unless you satisty all the above requirements. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH—5.00 P.M.
A s) on the iy h . i
» Wate Ehiebetiaise”’ St. Peter.” | 1988 are hereby required to send particu-|Parhados Const Station. (Police Headquarters, ¥. SEPTEMBER 20TH—8.00 P.M.
— ; " 16.0.68—on | I Of, thelr, claims, Guly attented, to Merihes 0.8, telange, be. Pate: Bridgetown, SATURDAY, :
an - wa inley Robin- oe > “~M *
diving C edit tomy wie Kethions Marr: | SUBSCRIBE now to the Deny 30%, and Cyril Bertram Sisnett, the | finder, 8.9. Ioannis p. Goulandris, 8.8, 10th September, 1962. ADMISSION: $1.00 tet MATINEE: 48¢.
nee! Harding (nee Benn) ae too not hold | Telegraph, England's leading Dally New:- | Walified executors of the estate of the eager i5, Algoa | Fenha » BS. qu i R. T. MICHELIN, Seats may be booked at the British Council, Wakefield.
myself responsible for her or anyone cise | paper now arriving in Barbados by Airc Bieri, the office of, Messrs.Cottle, | Hera, $8. De Grasse, ‘88, Mormscdale. Colonel oem
contracting any debt or debts in my name | only @ few days after publication in | S00 co., 17, High Street, Bridge: | °C". -omagic, SS Auriga, SS. 8. Rosa’ , pana SSSSSS SSIS a
unlees by a written order signed by me | London. Contact Inn Gale, C/o, Advo- | , on or before the 18th day of|©"> “Canadian Constructor, MT. Bahia’ Commissioner of Police. SPOOSSOSSO09SSFISSOOS PO GIF POS FOO F SS
Sed. COLFRIDGE MOSES HARDING, | cate Co., Ltd. Loeul dative | Roverciver 1008 after whieh date the said | | rselady, 8.8. Salte 87, 8.8, Fra 2—8n.|>
Perfection Road, Bush Hail, | Tel. S118. / 1488-2 | Edward Stanley Robinson and Cyril) Oe. Nev twart, $8. ‘Rangitoto, SS. Alcon 12,9.52—8n.
St, Michael, * Bertram Sisnett shall proceed to dis-|¢!sco R. Hart, 5.8, nae SECO .
en IMPORTANT TO
.e the partie: ntitled t to having =
a cell @ $8.00 cach. Ge re eee pon ‘gard only to such claims as they shail|Janna, 8.8. Springbank, 8.8. Lady Rod. :
EDUCATIONAL = [©0076 9-85 Healer thes asvets' or sn pint |Pavodl, SS. Planter, SS. "8. Bllseo.
$3 r ree read 1ot be liable for the assets or any part | P? , 8. . . * . }
i Tagge Gfige Bale oe x 2 37 x, Inceat to, dintributed 10" any pent of ee PLANTERS
at ¥ ot ae Sees hh iss Relophone Co, pave had notice. \ FALLING TREES are very likely to disrupt the Electric
- HARRISON COLLEGE Ltd. 16,0.68—n | | dnd all persons joiners i she eale Supply. Keep a couple of Hurricane Lanterns filled with
The next term at Harrison College wit) | ———eapree— een = | eh anes Without delay oil and a box of Matches in a handy place. ’
begie on Tuesday, the 16th of September,| Don't iniss tt, Win money this Christ. | a ay. My Drug Store will be closed on :
1982, and the School will be i seeson | Mas. Rater the Advovste Christmas Card| Dated this 13th day of September, 1950. September 26th, 27th and 28th All these are obtainable at . . .
trom. 9.15 an—-11.00 ‘a ee me Competition. See details in this issuc. EDWARD eee “en ray , ' a i isi h t bave
D. EM. MALONE CYRIL BERTRAM SISNETT. zee Ca CENTRAL EMP ORIUM We have pleted Wi: nivising the
teveniia nee’ = eam Qualified Executors of the Will of Derricks, St. James. yf received from U.K. ;
> _ Harrison College. ee ce ee ee meine ' Corner Broad & Tudor Streets t ie
WIN MONEY THR EASY WAY —— AN ALL-STEEL CANE CART
Enter the Advocate Christmas Card iia re ee
Competition and win $40 First Prise, Se:

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Edna Eckstein. Phone 8213.

For Sale by public auc-

tion on Friday 19th at
1.30 p.m. at the office of

has been declared

These include SAUCEPANS, FRY PANS, POTS, HALF PINT GLASSES,
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: b Saturday of Sep- 18” x 1%” x 16 e This is
AS Makes -pempegeren tember. gauge ...................... 85e. per Wa. ;
es . ” meet local conditions
ood Cooks cook better Aah THE BARBADOS Bs Ri cae Anas «any vale a5c. , See eich ib beevily ranmerea |
ee! have you seen aaa ee aN 9d 30” mn Soahens Seep taper, fates 58e. ,, be necessary to cope with extreme con- 8
se”, Rie ily Go Rs aware 5 3
thas in Seeman o See 438” ae leased to demonstrate this %
. n Bled aia sdkan Cucaes eaGaae 8. ,, We shall be very p “ habe at %
PSE SSS
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\aaanepeneaeeneuieneenl| F. G. PRESCOD & Co. s FILM SHOW %'ii .,. Stel convenience, x
j CASABLANCA Butidtng Contractors and Renova- x oun at me ” ” * VoL CAPR bag 10 6 kook 68. , Your enquiries will ive our usual t <
Seo Mle 23 $ AQuarre CLUB Oman: ae sit a S
4 fi Ceast (Local and Visiting Members ' wi" 19 gauge ...... Listescceceses Sle. per ¥@. *
jaxwe * Only) a we sh fer nae eas Y GARAGE | x
Read Through the courtesy of the ¥& i COU RTES °
: Baivation, plonse wiite for 8 FILM BROW in the Bale | )| ees oe renee x
va a e « S
serene rel Wit hate § . room on WEDNESDAY, Sep- ¥/} GENERAL FY AA RI) WARE suppcics Ce :
sige. rae ving ae x FREE BOOK gay fee oe aa and S _eeccemen on spriinatniniensiansaty 4 White Park Road 8
cinin vr ki . si: ~ To a Eee ie 4
Breakfast Room, Toilet and 3 Which Makes % BRITISH NEWS 8 RICKETT STREET (Opposite Post Office) PHONE 4018 Dial: 4616 %
ieee ne aha to ah cn eats * “ ’ F S| years the mame Rendell has oe Royal Family)" %! 2
ing the séa to whic ere ~ 4 ‘women ——————
“4 a right of way. 2 servants x GOD'S WAY O x eee, Sake re’ eungtels : CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY x
rooms, washroom and gar- % SALVATION PLAIN?’ | protection and safety. COUNTRY TOWN x
}}} age in yard which is com- % 3] ask YOUR CHEMIST FOR PULL DETARS % COLOUR IN CLAY x |
{Y pletely tarred. Well laid out }}| \ 8. Roberts, Gospel * * (Pottery Making) > ?
i eae k ipecicus una come 1S Sete cee © 3 THE INTERNATIONAL TRADING |S stembera acc Cordially > e
‘ortable “yet very compact [3 ee sul : ne oe LTD, * * Invited ; > ®
property. {too Building, jeridge Street, . .
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oss os ee land fb - LI-MO- b i p ti
(} joining ure above property. ;
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Seventh Round In Cricket

In First

Innings

The first day’s play in the Seventh Round of Interme-
diate cricket matches ended on Saturday. At some grounds

there was bright cricket, but honours were again

vided.

The rain on Friday had the out field at some growhds sed-

den, but at the majority of
wickets.

In the Y.M.P.C.—Carlton fixture at Carlt6n, ¥.M.P.C. ~

the grounds théefe wére good

batted nearly the whole day to score 138 Fuhs if their
first innings with three of their batsmen: B. Kifig 35, K.
Branker 34 and B. Hoyos 27 being the chief s@0rérs.

_ Bowling for Carlton; K. Huteh-
inson took four of the Y.M.P.C.
wickets for 34 runs in
while the Carlton pacer H. Mat-
thews in 11 ovérs and three balls
took three for 41 runs. R. Gill
took two for 29.

At the end of play Carlton had
seored 35 runs for the loss of one
wicket with C. Marshall not out
seven and R. Sandiford not out six,
Empire has already gained a
first imnings lead on Spartan
whom they dismissed for 111 runs
in their first innings at Bank Hal).
S. Cave who scored 41 before he
was bowled by Armstrong, top-
scored in the Spartan first innings
with 41 runs, while the next best
score of 22 was knocked up by B
Blackman who opened with B.
Morris.

K. King bagged five of the Spar-
tan wickets for 43 runs in 16 overs
and one ball. Armstrong
bowled eight overs and took two
wickets for eight runs.

Empire 136 for 2

Empire at the end of play haa
replied with 136 runs for the ldéss
of two wickets with their opening
batsman Bernard Bourne unéde-
feated with 73 and F. Smith not
out 23.

At Combermere, Combermert
ba the whole day and scored
221 runs in their first innings
against Police. The wicket was
perfect and the schoolboys took
the opportunity to arhass a good
score. A. Phillips who went at
number three in the Combermere
batting order, hit an attractive 69
runs before he was bowled by
Sealy. Mr. Smith who went at
number six, hit 42 before he was
also bowled by Sealy.

Three of the Combermere bats-
men failed to get off the mark,
Ski r Denny who bowls medi-
um to fast, took five wickets for
36 runs in 18 overs and Sealy
three for 36 in nine overs. Grif-
fith and Morris took one each.

The Barbados Regiment playing
at their grounds against the Men-
tal Hospital team captained by
Knight, scored 115 runs in their
first innings on Saturday. J.
Brathwaite who opened with Allan
Ishmael, scored 32 runs to top-

score. Ishmael and A. Price got 2

16 each and O, Beckles 13.
The most successful bowler for
Mental Hospital was G. Wiltshire
ik three for 43 in 11 overs.
V. Chase, medium pacer, took two
for 20.

.

The Mental Hospital have scored
36 runs for the loss of eight wick-
ets; in their first innings when
stumps were drawn. Four of their
batsmen failed to score and their
collapse was due mainly to some
good bowling by left arm spin-
ner Watts, Clarke and Brathwaite.

Windwards have already gained
a first innings lead on Pickwick
whom they dismissed for 55 runs.
Windwards score 62 in reply and
at the end of play Pickwick had

scored 28 runs without loss in
their second innings.
At Boarded Hall, Wanderers

were dismissed for 99 runs in their
first innings. Wanderers had the
misfortune to lose the toss when
the wicket was eonsidered imper-
fect. The only batsman who show-
ed any resistance to the Cable &
Wireless bowling was H. Toppin
who went at number seven in the
Wanderers batting order and was
undefeated with 35 runs. Four of
the Wanderers batsmen did not
score. '

R. McKenzie took four of the
wickets for 18 runs and H. Kin
and E, Archer two for 30 and 2'
respectively. At the end of play
Cable & Wireless had scored 126
runs for six wickets with R
Croney not out 50,

The Scores:—

CARLTON vs. ¥ MPC. AT CARLTON

M.P.C. Ist INNINGS
L. Greenidge b Giil 8
B. Hoyos c Hutchinson b Gill 27
B. King |.b.w. b Hutchinson 38
K.. Branker c Marshall b Matthews “4
V. Lewis i.b.w. b Matthews 4
I. Burke c Edghill b Hutchinson 5
G. Greenidge b Matthews 14
B. Porter run out 0
H, Mandeville b Hutchinson 0
EB. Branker 1.b.w. b Hutchinson 1
R. Austin not out
Extras 7
Total . 138
BOWLING ANALYSIS

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Hi, Matthews 1.2 2 a 3

D. Edgehili 3 _ 10
R Gail Mh 3 2 2

W. Burke 7 2 8

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ri Marshall not out ; 1
Hutchinson ¢ & B®. Austin %

R. Standford not out 3
Extra 1
Total (for 1 wieket) 35

EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN. AT EMPIRE
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B. Morris run out os tae é 5
&. Blackman |.b.w. 6 King 2
C. Wood b King wmerheie «
S. Cave b Armstrong ...,...,. 41
C. Gittens c Prescod b Kir 12
S. Parris 1.b.w é a
W. Jemmott c Smith b Wilkinson 13
M Medford |.b.w b King 2
C. Skinner run out 4
W. Cumberbatch not out 2
H. Matthews b King 1
Extras 8
Total ill

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Cc. Preseod 4 1 6 —
M Armstrong 8 4 8 2
K. Hutchinson 5 27 a
K. King 16.1 3 43 5
E. Amory 3; = 12 -
0. Wilkinson 5 1 7 1

EMPIRE ist INNING!
F. Taylor b Chase “9 4
G. Clarke b Morris oe
F. Smith not out 23
B. Bourne not out 3
Extras 2
Total (for 2 wickets) . 136

CoMBERMERE va.
COMBERMERE 1st INNINGS

J. E. Inniss 1.b.w. b Morris

R. Branker c Haynes b Denny

A. Phillips b Sealy ..,,.. p

Mr. Glasgow ¢ Niles b Denny

kK. Lewis b Griffith

Mr. Smith b Sealy :

L. Weekes sthbd. (w.k. Mortis) b
nny 4

W. Maxwell b Sealy

C. Sealy not out ‘

H. Robifgon }.b.W. 6b Denny

L. Williams hit wicket b Denny

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Extras
Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M@ R.
Shanhon 7 a 16
Denny 3 5 %
Haynes “4 2 5
Mortis 11 3 27
Carter 4 - 18
Griffith 12 1 36
Sealy 9 1 32
Pinder a=_— 4
REGIMENT vs. MENTAL HOSPITAL
AT_GARRISON
REGIMENT ist INNINGS
A. Ishmael b Todd ...........-.06. 16
J. Brathwaite run out ...,.,...- gees 8
Beckles ¢ Crichlow b Wiltshire .. 1

R. Brathwaite ec Crichlow b
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G Kirton run out ....

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Total eat
BOWLING AALS :
oO. - a we
C. Gaskin 5 1 i“ t-
ne. 20.2 2 2
G. Wiltshire 3
V. Chase ’ 5 — 20 2
G. Archer 4 i

: 5 10

MENTAL HOSPITAL Ist INNENGS
Vv. Boyce c¢ Clarke b
M. Crichlow b Brathwaite
C. Gaskin 1.b.w. b Brathwaite ..
H. Wiltshire stpd. (w.k.) b Watts
C. Williams not out +>
N. Burrowes b Watts .....
C. Best l.b.w, b Watts ..
R hase i,b.w. Clarke ids
V. Todd c Rice b Clarke .....
V. Carter not out 3

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Total (for 8 wickets)

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CABLE & WIRELESS vs. WANDERERS
AT BOARDED HALL
WANDERERS Ist INNINGS

D. Alleyne b King 15
A. Seale b Matthews o
B. Skinner |.b.w. b MeKenzie . 9
M. Mayers ¢ Croney b Branker . 19
M. Proverbs l.b.w. b McKenzie a
J. Marsh b Arther 2
H. Toppin not out : 35
E atterson b Archér ....,....-: 0
J. Robinson § McKenzie 7
H: fi 2 eneie lke sees 0
5 ach BE Sects Ch Nb eeweeves 0
Extras ...... 4
Total .. 99
BOWLING ANALYSIS
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H. King ’ 95 1 20 2
&. Matthews 3 1 2 1
&. Branker 7 3 17 1
&. Argher oan 3 26 2
rR. Me! ne oie 10 64 _ *
CA WIRELESS ist WINNINGS

Matthews c Patterson b Ramsay
m. McKenzie |.b.w. b Toppin
R. Knight 1.b.w. b Patterson
H. King ec Marsh b Leach

R, Croney not out ‘ 50

C. Seale stpd. (w.k. Robinson) b
Toppin 19
®. Robinson not out . oats
Extras é
Total (for 6 wickets) 126

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oOo. M. R

M. Proverbs 3 8
D. Leach . 9 2 ~ 2
ad. Ramsay 4 20 i
il. Toppin 7 38 3
\. Patterson 9 21 1

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SECOND DIVISION CRICKET :

Central
Lodge At

Defeat
Vaucluse

The end of the first day’s play of the seventh series
of Second Division games found the honours evenly div
ded between bat and ball. One game was completed in 4

sintle day’s plew, Lodge having sufferéd defeat at

the

hands of Central at Vaucluse.

Two batsmen reached the half-
century mark, Peterkin of Pick-
wick scoring 57 not out, and Mr.
Hughes of Combermere 56. Two
bowlers secured more than half
of their opponents’ wickets, Wood
of Central—seven and Gilkes of
Leeward—six.

Y.M.P.C, vs. WANDERERS.

Y.M.P.C, skittled out Wanderers
for the meagre total of 52 runs at
Beckles Road, Chiefly responsible
for this small showing was O.
Burke who captured four wickets
for 11 runs, and V. Butler and L.
Brancker with two each for 3 and
§ respectively. In reply to this,
Y.M.P.C., have collected 176 of
which Butler made 44, Mandeville
21, and Edghill 31.
COMBERMERE vs, ERDISTON.

Combermere batted the entire
day in their match against Erdis-
ton at Erdiston to collect 205 runs
for the loss of seven wickets.
Good contributions were made by
Mr. Hughes who scored 56, Mr.
Sealy 48, Wood,45, and Skipper
R. Fields 27 undefeated. C.
Pinheiro and T. Blackman both
took three wickets for 51 and-56
respectively.

EMPIRE vs. LEEWARD.

In their match against Leeward,
Empire batted first and collected
140 of which Lewis scered 30,
Brewster 28, Beckles 18. George
Gilkes kept up his good perfor-
mances to date by capturing six
wickets for 51 runs. Leeward
were skittled out for 62, Kirton

taking six for 11, Lewis four
for 17.

CENTRAL vs. LODGE,

Central made short work of
Lodge at Vaucluse in their second
division fixture last Saturday.

Batting first, Lodge were dis-
missed for 55 runs out of which
Estwick scored 23 undefeated
Wood captured seven wickets for
26 runs and King two for 15.

In their turn at the wicket,
Centra! replied with 159 for four
wickets declared, with Hinds con-
tributing an undefeated 45 and
Weekes 35. Going to the wicket a
second time, Lodge did little
better by collecting 71, of which

Rayside made an undefeatea 37
and Mr. Timpson 13. Thus Central
were winners by an innings and
33 runs.
SCORES.
Y.M.P.C, vs Wanderers at Beckles
Road.

Wanderers Ist innings: —52 (O
Burke four for 11, V. Butler two
for 3, L. Brancker two for 9).

Y.M.P.C, Ist innings: 176 (V
Butler 44, E Mandeville 21, M
Edgehill 31).

Combermere vs. Erdiston
at Erdiston.

Combermere 1st
for seven (Mr. Hughes 56, Mr.
Sealy 48, Wood 45, R. Fields 27

not out; Blackman three _for 56, |

Pinheiro three for 51).
Empire vs. Leeward at Fosters

Empire 140 (Lewis 30, Brewster
28, Beckles 18; Gilkes six for 51,
Foster two for 26) and 5 for 1
wicket

Leeward 62 (Foster 17, Jordan
14; Kirton six for 11; Lewis four
for 17).

Pickwick vs. Foundation at
Foundation.

Pickwick 142 (Peterkin 57 not
out, Cheeseman 28, Hoad 28; May-
nard five for 12).

Foundation 39 for three wick-
ets (Mr. Jones 15 not out, Evelyn
15; Cheeseman two for 17).

Central vs. Lodge at Vaucluse.

Lodge 55 (Estwick 23 not out,
Wood seven for 26, King two for
15) and 71 (Rayside 37 not out,
Mr. Timpson 13; Shepherd four
for 10, Weekes three for 17, Wood
two for 12).

Central 159 for four (Hinds 45
not out, Weekes 35, Goddard 25,
Shepherd 23), Central won by an
innings and 33 runs.

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PAGE FOI'B BARBADOS ADVOCATE II E8DAY, MPTI'MMCR 16. ID52 BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE Tuesday. September It, 1932 \BVS FROM II It 11 AIA €Oi\TI.\IIT ONE OF THE PROBLEMS affecting the administration of Barbados which seems most difficult of solution is the problem of continuity of adrrunistraliun. An administration staffed only by persons wanting to make Barbados their home is unlikely u> reach hifih levels of efficiency since Barbados is unlikely to be the end of the ambitions of those who want to go far in the Colonial Service. This applies to Colonial Servants born in Barbados as well as to those from somother part of the British Commonwealth llie problem is of first rate importance because unless it is solved it reduces to no avail other attempts to improve the efficiency of the administration. The recent improvements in salaries and conditions of service approved by the Barbadian legislature for example will not by themselves achieve the end for which they were introduced unless continuity of administration is achieved. And this seems impossible of achievement under existing procedure by which the Governor and the Colonial Secretary never remain in Barbados lonj! enough to ensure continuity of administration. It docs not matter how high the rewards or bow attractive the conditions of Ml' k which Barbados can offer to its Gov. or Colonial Secretary, the holders of these offices so long as they are drawn from the ranks of the Colonial Civil Servicemust always be expected to be on the look out for promotion whenever it is offered in some other part of the British Empire. This Is a perfectly laudable ambition and It is natural that cui.-.'i isis in the Colonial Service should regard pro motion to as high an office as possible as the legitimate aim to lie followed But any layman can see at once that this procedure, however admirable far the careerist, is contrary to the best inter csts of the colonies in which a WCO of high-office holders makes cntimntv ol administration impossible. Governing a colony by two or three year instalments of governors Ix.NIKJN S. pi %  % % %  %  ll Blaya th'r nauvc muuc, *e gel 'i Air Show UK Hy I.. *. .M.>l.> .-i.ij -way For the dancers UcK the bae I.' Drama, the Kadi,, anu TV BKSUI ,. no longer say "don't around of a warm tropical man Uon at Earls Court i „ w .. r on ". But and the pungent haununi. Kent I.IUWII lia'.i IhouMnda of overseas juy other excuse soern. to do nowof the cast They lack Ihc Tney have been special.days, backaround sight, and sound) ..f 1 rorataaara, well And our seaside resorts! Our the east. Without them all, uvtj pleased, have departed in admirR.imsgate.. our Margate* and are like brlfht-oiurnaged bird •"•a. Southends. How dreary the.r perlormini baton a llttle-urulei-' Next real piesenU one of the brassy, fluorescent lit e a f e „ ,i and ,ns audience biggest-over shows, an hutorlr N ,.„ with it. welter of glass topRaiirrd spectacle of grandeur and pageanpru tabaas, IU array of gaudy „,. Tly, h ^..w- .' Coronation. rM cakes. Hoi. loud but t-o" 0 "" *£*, ,*", "' !" %  How welcome those visitors and depressing their raucous "fun" ram.uar sigDl and the crews ... especially those from uio Corafairs, where machines bellow their snips tied up in the Thames will monwealth: What a joy to be remechanical laughter at you, anrl wait in vain for the row-boat of minded ol the community of s'.au. crying children are dragged round af r> Bert Evans. It was Mr. fervttnfl toe Commonwealth. Hero t 11 late at night. How tasteless Evans who took out mail to vesii, England It Is easy to forget ihcir pubs, where bouncing tunes seat In the Poet of London. But that our community is made up remind IN with remorseless jollity now Mr. Evans has retired and of men of all colours and religions, that we are "having a wonderthe Post Office will deliver mail So we want to see the representf u | time." direct to shipping agents stives of the old Dominions, the Packed Beaches The Thames has had its own ?' Cn i !" e?. .iSli. T4a* .2L ""a And """ "C• %  jam-packed postman for centuries, and the Colon, the Malays ChineM, "" * people. :,cac holiday Is position has been held by Mr ,.! ?!" ,t," J5th '"" lon •""W* "" ""' •'• > Ev ""' "r •' "" "• hund^nyvXio to luxury hotel. •"'"'" J*? '"" '" br ""' wn twl %  %  "•• %  He uocd to ,,? lie """"•' ?to a coupb, ol feel of locate the posi'ion of Incoming or tne „, lcr tut not I., a) ttaatf rkqBhj .hips, and sUrtlng from Custom who crowd the ii.c.s in lens of HOIUO e t lv wou i d mlk d .,i y not Others Will shale the h nvcragc Briton. H they BatUfled With our amenities our ., V~.L'~ '• ."" — %  — ~i """" J r "J. wimiu mine a uniiv SSS&fuJS&S^UZ $S^£Z£?5££Sgi riL rom Lon >n Bria 5 resorts, we hope that they will "n ,iT, who m.k ^dLj -r f '-""chouse. %  ay so. Some of u. are not con, '%'ange la charabanc K' ^ h ("' '**" kBOW Mr tent with our own amenities ' .'a,. ,JJo,! ,.,,' v Ev n "•"• sad no """"' •* %  either. Nevertheless, we "rub £ h '. ",, .'„,,, „,„,. control his puree. Secondly, no individual would be appointed as Governor who has not already had wide experience In other countries in private or public life and who had achieved distinction In his field The major defect of Butish Colonial administration today is precisely the conlimi since into the present of an administrative model designed for earlier years. A careerist Colonial Service was beneficial to colonies when political parties were non-existent. Barbados has neve, Iseen a colony in the normal sense of the word but is a very unique island in which the individualism and Englishness of earlier Britons have been preserved jnl the 20th cenlurv and transferred higgledy piggledy lo the amalgam of races who now inhabit the island. Uetboda M administration which were never l unable to Barbados at any period of its hi are complllelv lifeless and ;„..el.i • %  tie today. Unless greater attention H paid by the Colonial Office to the problem of continuity f administration the only result likely to be attanied by recent efforts to improve its efficiency is that the tax pavers will continue to pay more money to "a larger number of officials most of whom will continue to seek pro, elsewhere. Money csnnot prodiu It administration Only continuity l ( the key posts which must be filled by the best man. along." we put up with the second „ r "' ln \," ,'„'".V ""„,,, ".£'• ".ri "" m !" ww " ^ " m Bathing Establishment ,, ibah boosts. incoming post. In the middle of Lawdon's n>da Inej da ,i v. ..omething hctter. Tark is the Serpentine, and pan the i-o.,,,. i,n a,,., ((( n .,t itebr :1 possible he^.n converted into an mand it. replacement. .;. o-..t, iMsthftig esubhshmentv They are Innnlteb' patleBt, and "Crosnwellians" It was the hralu-child of olel prepared to pu, up with II all— Unusual societies are always (..s.rge Linsbury. Socialist enthusand p.iv foi r not making their mark In London I.,st who .vanted better things for their tendency to complain. They And this week twentynve "Oromthe lower clasaes. are long-suffering—or they would welUans" met outside the Howe That bathing establishment ,.ol tolerate this monotony, rouof Commons to commemorate the .1, sbouM be the bluest and cous bul drab. i nnlversary of the Lord Protec'n London Is i disgrace. At How we wish that our Comtor's death In 1658. Alms of the .short expanse of clean monwenllh lllors. with their Cromwell Association are his1 .ncrrlc adjoins the waters edge, wide horizons, would express tor lcal and antlouarlan The remainder, though. Is worn themselves openly aboul what %  £T ,„„ jiiaVt th%  ntt broken asphalt, gritty and they don't like. ,."£ %  **!. 1 fts *sse gja. KS, ahi'^^rdfyrwe';. !" E """" A .we^y'T n 'v d ,'" me: d ber,*'pr. i sea e uueue ucTlo half L hour to rrom "" %  "•>" lsl " d ' Cromwetl a. the defender of connlS^ andT.fterw'.'rcS ? !" ^" ^" h "^ !" 7 !" ^* ^l' •<•<><"•> "onsrehy. And he fifteen nunutes lo collect 0U> S2 *5"E, '," *J" ,h / lr "UUeated that the Coronation lolhaa To ,.,, we walk llrst 5*"* m *" '",. Londoners. Are procession next year should be from the water's dl.lv verge <*>* • •ueces. horcT Every night hailed at the slatue for salutes t.. era %  mu.l.lv bolt. !" We feel "' %  '"' thealie is packed. Tllelr be made, "for II there had bean d lal theie is a cafeteria at dancing is. -.. u i -,u.l. as good no Oliver Cromwell there would .ill in such a place, even though it • % %  anyone could wish to see. But have been no Elizabeth II, Crom:i..l .mil dKabj and we their performance leaves us with well would have wished the la that Looj] queue for a cup of the feeling of all that Is lacking, young Prince Charles well and tea. Despite the brilliance of their hoped that he would not slarl Conlin.nl. I eapH.il.. would not costumes, and the technical perunder the ominous title of Charles I ut up with such a place. Hera feeuon of their orchestra which III,.* Mr. Foot added. Give Me The Comet t V ND0 .?' If* Hnnald Hoxull e.shl miles below, recedes at 40 | ears ago this month a m u M n hour The Alps look llki fiw lluril.nne lighters and the aide,able amount of data that has a schoolboy's relief map, twisting %  new type of alrrran bp^n collected all over the world coastlines are etched on a grey 'ailed the Spitfire won a decisive dnce the Comet llrst took the air background of sea, and Islands battle against the lajrtwaffc's lhroo years ago has confirmed hl lu:e ot Crete can be tak. iir armadas and sel the stage for most e ,r]y expectations and proved .. „ glance i, .ultimate defeatol'Germany. others to be unduly pesslmlsUe. During Its cruise, the Comet II; the wars end. the Hurricane Thc Comet Is not merely a mas_.„, lu ,i*, „,„, ,,eieht as the lets ..as already abaolele and even |rp|oeo „f ,„h„leal skill. Pilots. ^; U ,\m. fue? and the oad Ih. might, Spltnre had been h J lna onr e down the Comet, ^ um £$ t £f \Zo„ More lupcnedetl by newer and taster would be reluctant to return to "^TZ' ,*?„ Z "' ,",', JT ,w„ machine,. ,wered by an engine conventional-type aircraft. It Is ^ %  "' "'.Ft !" .. M,rM that was to revolutionise civil and v c IUl ,„, „,„„... fmn, h c passen"' e ' "^""i,,'' ,,u'"f the s on asuauon. The era rf th. ^ ,„, S view, too ^\^ &2' t *) m "'*Z£2>. I ..ffough. this week, the _. n* !" ^*^ „ not B3Ja. the tjglnnlng of the ,.„1 a preview of the !" ... bin n .oppearan e, Is not descenL Tho Comet's des.( the futui,'. And while "" l ^'" "S'eoIrS The seatV n "" on sUU " mc ,M m "" ..„„-.|,.„-vl lighter, whirled ESS£J^F5L**tS& "' and '' £"„• ''-',""'ihi.,,iBh ihe air al speeds of over ,1"." ,„. .„,L ,onvfoi-|able in an-hour before It touches down. .'Hi mile, an-hour. I was flying the "£> ,'. n ""J !"!" „ rcWflll "'" olrMd >' *• uU "' 1 ,s leg of a 2000.,nilo trip .to J'.SSfS^S .^KlTaSd •ggV22J*J2! J£Z, '""i the iouraav Irom London to Mast It w Maiaa alter taks-oB, and take th ", %  and back in another "j* "'"i evolulionaiv aircraft—the do .,„. 1BQ | „' !" ;cn'b'v"comet. takes landmarks once latrttland Comet. „i,.eteen houis—mil counting time familiar shape. s,v,n and a half mile, above 'E£r£ S?OTOU.K1 for tefjelllng On the fl.ghl deck, the Captain 1 1 l.v.l. with the Alp. thrusting *l" u "' "mportant eonslderais in radlo-lelephone communlca•heir snow-capped peaks ,hro "sh ., u *^ Uon with Ihe control lower of the of .loud Ih.sisand, of feet T ;_ <— wt lml „, h. for jimorl. sUU Invisible over the The llrst shock—soon to be forairport. wonders crowd horizon. A sudden dcceleratloi oencath me. I tried to sort out „,. impressions of "hat must ^" ll>d __„ p: „ vld ed when the felt as the air brake, are applied. "heweTd llaev Con,et, having ta.i-ed to the end Then, with startling sudden, ,uinevs in the world Barely co, -„ v up" for tho the earth rushes up. A slight '*• %  '"."".L" J!.; take-off hump, the runway flashing fast S, e'ver's'per' % "r£ here on. all ccanparUon. ben.a.h the wing, a ^ua. TheS ,ev'-i, now after nearly with conventional air travel ,n applleallor, of .heel hratej. and a spirit of pioneering plston-englned plane, becomes the Comet come, lo rest. Ilfteen ,. men who fly ) lrirrelevant. hundred rnll from the place II i P That was perhaps tho Even In the sound-proofed left a brief three hours before .seitiiig thing of all about cabin, the riling note of the four At Ease ii in).. It was experimenUl.de Havllland Ghost engines cm thc next leg of the iouniey v man aboard was aware sounds like the buzzing of a milthe process is repeated. But by D| .. ignaa of Mstary. lion angry bees. Paster and faster this limc u, 0 passenger feels Our Cornel—one of the seven t h e turbines ,ev. until it seems completely at ease In the Comet; m,l by the llntish Overlha tho biakes can no longer he settles down to read or cat a Vlrwayi Co.|x-alion-was hold mcal „ lt ht were In the „„ a training night berore going And Ju „ wnc „ it swms the for 0( „|, 0 wn home. Into regular service on Mie lx>ne „„,„ c mu „ ,,rely fly out of the indeed, mv most vivid Impres..p., !" route, nut. I" this „ lntk lhc captain, out of sight ,, on after travelling 20,000 miles ease 11 was the crew anil !" t oe |jn |hc „ 1([hl owki releases the hy Comet, taking off and landueing leaico. w hcel brakes and the Comet .— -.—. .,_— .* .!_„*. scVv'tcJ won le '<* ,or "'"'' A linhtnlng dash ilrerafl that i be cornel has of, normal seventeen times ten countries, was thc rports com,,her ., normal ^service or" l|o ^,„ lh) nm way ind the letpm, unconcern wiih which "one re woAd-s" ss^sr^ss: -• • %  - *> %  %  ,& %  *• % %  %  ** <* • %  rtfSuifu ha"'!" d eeed The 0s.SR^in*5 ,wif, and ""TheTome. doe, no. travel a. In^lrnort ery eonceWrtl. Oaay. Seltlln, back In hU soat, supersonic speeds. But II doe, elln 'Mr is.udltions, nothing haa the passenger llnds It difficult to eat up the miles at a rale that [•covered to suggest that l>elieve that he is being transshould satisfy anybody In fact. g will not. In the very near ortcd to the stratosphere at !" In some icspects, it travels too future become an accepted mode thousand feet a minute. fast. ol an travel in a very few minutes the There are, of course, Ihe menIn Service clouds are left behind. But K Is tal and phyatcat effects normally Alrenlv the Comet 1, In service another half hour before the airassociated wtni rapid transitions oil two regular air routes, and crnfl level: ,.tf. By this time the from temperate climates to others will shortly be in operaearth is hidden beneath a carpet foplcal conditions. Bui when it lion There is nothing haphazard of marshinallow cloud, or |. considered that It Is possible to about the ,ntr,slueUo„ of a new t limpicd only through a skyleave London after an early Comet serviceMonths of paUent blue haze. One Is in a world that breakfast and arrive in Singaand rigorous training preeesle tho few have seen pore, nearly 8.000 miles away, In llrst passenger-carrying night. At 35 thousand feet, in blazing Ume for dinner the next day — The crew of our Comet. "Yoke Blin ,hlne, the sky above Is a even afler allowing foe the seven Peter", were all experienced Jet deeper and more luminous blue, and a half hour, difference In flyers. Some of them had tlown Outside, the temperature Is time—Ihe strain of Jet travel |s Comet" on regular Ito.A.C. sernrml nd 50 degrees below zero, surprisingly little, irk .to South Africa. Hut before hu lho (jhm „, he comet is a Nevertheless, the air traveller %  rew. are alloweg *> I 1 ''.,., f... ,..i..e ,M 'a en • s of the future mav wellthink !n„i. over a an rOUle, they %  must T here is no vibration at this that the builders of icl airliners .. tl-...i .uiii.lv exi.'iieneed in the nei|lh T he liquid m a glass ll can affunl to lake a rcst-lf only type of condition, am """"> Bl placid as 11 is on the bar of to give the ground organisations to meet Every airport along UM m ^ch^und „,,,, T^ m[ „ tUne Io (J c h un •* %  Xre'the'crethive not pre"' " if %  •" onK, when The ti !" I, rapidly approach>lc.u snded in Comet, extra •" nvdte, a conectou, etror, to ln-lf it ha, no. already arrived ii_ ,. i.aento esisure Hull thev hear It. —when a journey from Rome to eTcouversa.,! wSh Ihelr v/rtoui The Comet begin, its cruise at London will be completed in less 'IZJZ2Z£X£~ Sboul 35 ihousaiul feet. The hum time than it takes lo have one', %  Jg JJ ,'.; .,,,,,.,„.. ,,.„,. ,,.. •.: %  KM eagtaal Urn • : % %  I lyeaporl aaoaUnod „.,. ben met. however, and thc con.vhispcr. and ihe earth, seven or throurh the customs Inspect!. Our Readers Say; WIT Vanin For Cupilalitm Th.iiiovenitfiit. Thev art Plititk'd "Ctunmuniration — up. down mid tideways'*, and "ProKrrss. — Shurlng can mean Indus, trial PHKI", and thc latter, Incirrent directly "V^WESKTrf dentally, furn.shef a possible To rhe Edilor. The Adt.oca.e_ ESS !" ^*^ ,?SKl "hta N " T'" Capital Urn;*. CollatorSIR.—I am sorry if my name i^ I Ul T (or Initial.) appears too often ."["" •or some people's pleasure In you, %  ^ %  '•• %  • 1 '„ dufU v l„ UuT USA n"-"s1n| Is not a bad ,„, and I 'o ' !" r '," i" ire aalrured thQt ,; ', m< '""' l! h also rather clumsy I was not so in" '",. "„,_„.,,.,.„_ _.„ me ~" kr Ce-operatiooism. in "„r local alfalrs and rjcS^if': factory^ otSr P" 1 """ ColUboratlon Is th. to help towards improved P! !" *'* "'a "tj.'".^ and nTe >' %  %  <•*• whether, and when. .,. On the other %  ,; 'i„ Jj J?*J£lj£ some bl, firm In Barbados -IU good many people-, when fBiey I ill round ood^ "f„ ^TL^u. L^-^.K ''i! „,,.,„,,,... venture t-> adopt this nrw mfhod 3 Die In Charleston During Hurricane II) NrUIXI. RiltilKS NEW YORK FOR days a 100-mile-an-liour hurricane like a bully as tall Bfl the skv. ha ;i the gotrth aait CCNML Fust Miami in Soutlien, K!.ui,la. than l-'.-i Lauderdalc further north. Each time, airmen using radar watched thc storm draw back its whirling fist, edge out t. sea a little, and move on towards Chariest',(pop. 70.000), in South Carolina. This city is a little London, lt sent the firs! U.S. cotton to Britain in 1784. Old bnci Georgian houses line its narrow streets. But there are palmetto trees alone; the pavements and the gardens blaze with tropical flowers Twenty times storms have brought disastei tu Charleston. Today, on the 65th anniverFary of an earthquake that killed 65 in the city, the hurricane pounced. Charleston was ready. Half of the city was thrown Into darkness, bu". the people were in hurricane shelters. Only three were killed. AMERICA is more dominated by womer, than any other country, writes author John Gunther. Women voters outnumber men and hold the balance at the polls. And ihis year's presidential election? Already a number of women have talked end written on Ihe power of the Eisenhower charm against the fascinating thought of three single men in the White House—Adloi Stevenson (divorced) and his two sons— Adlai II, a naval officer, and Borden, a university student. DR. GEORGE FREDERICK MILLER. retired professor, is on thc last 145 miles of a ramble. He began walking the 2.050-milr Appalachian trail along the crest of Ameill eastern mountain range last April. He is 72 WHEN a night club band played 11 High The Moon" clients knew that a cargi of drugs had arrived. Police made tins die coverv in raids along the front of Atlantic City, America's Blackpool. 'Thirty-four suspects are under arrest. THE Los Angeles School Board voted IK I lo one to withdraw from use in the cits schools a handbook on UNESCO. Ex-S. %  men said it weakened students' patriotism in favour of "one worldism." UNESCO is the United Nations Educational. Scientific, and Cultural Or,ia.i,:otio... BIG PROFITS in thc sky! Space ships, suits, guns, and toys for children are beim> made by 112 firms. There MM 21 scienc fiction magazines on the newsstands and jh arc selling 2,000.000 copies of books abot: supermen and robots. The New York Planetarium has shown its "Rocket to th, Moon" programme lo 88.000 people TOMORROW is the fiftieth annlverserj 68-year-old Clarence Dcrwenl's stage debu —at Weymouth's Theatre. Royal. He r.-t away from home in London to get %  pal' Derwent is proud of being born a Cockni and stays British although two-thirds of hi career has been -pent in American tie He believes he is thc only Briton in I" elected head of an American trade union Actors' Equity. And he hopes to cclchra' that 50th anniversary soon by paying lock on Broadway. HOT MEALS from slot ma.hines arc Deal Thc food is cooked, then frozen. And who, yau put coins in the slot an electric tab side the machine heats the dinner in P FIFTEEN years ago Russian General Mil: hail Gromov flew non-stop across Ihe Norll Pole lo San Jacinto, California, near th, Mexican frontier. Now he proposes a trans polar airline from Moscow to New York. Coldly. America's aviation men say sucl a route would be ideal for research studie. of Canadian and U.S. industrial centres. • • • NEXT First Ladv in the White House if candidate Adlai Stevenson wins the elec lion — curtsied before the late King Geor'4' V in 1931. She is Mrs. Ernest Ives Stew son's sister and official hostess. She wa presented at Court while her husband wain the diplomatic servUe "LIVERPOOL-STREET' said the sign >: a big red double-decker bus which pallet along New York's Eighth-avenue. Conductor Ted Hearne issued real Lond.e tickets, but collected no twopences. He wa. giving a free ride to the last of 80.000 people who have travelled in three London buM on their 12,000-mile good will tour. Mayor Vincent Impellitleri made a lilt',farewell speech. Tomorrow the buses rol aboard the liner Parthia to go home. • o • FURNITURE movers say most Americatwho change homes these days go to Tazal California and Arizona. Reasons giver Better jobs and weather. FOURTEEN Communist leaders we,, convicted at Los Angeles recently for con spiring "to teach and advocate the viole:. overthrow of the Government." Amoiv them are William Schnciderman, said I. have been the party's acting national chic, at the time of his arrest. Sentences will 1 announced tomorrow. They could be fiv, years in prison, or a fine of 10,000 dollar. (£3 570), or both. HOME BREW is back. Basement brewer make the staple but horrible problbitioi drink because it costs them only Id. a bottle THE GOLDEN VOICE NURSERY RECORD BOOK .Mih Son,;, and Musi*.' on a framophonc record t. help jrou re*d it in th-* Hook Aim* All; VTATIO.VKIIV .„„. e.m.ei, ... of Co-opcralion. Or a planUtlon I wish also to mention that in possibly. Perhaps this Is the wav moot beg for space the current Issue of Readers' to get rid of Ihe bugbear of Cane Thev have to pav Is. and up for a bottle lo thank Mr. sharpe for his reDigest there are two more articles Fires' sponse to my invitation to comwhich strongly and convincingly C, \SIII.INI. IKONS KlLTES Fl'NNlXS 111 RRH AM: LANTERNS GENESATOItS I'll'.l l CANS AND ,t U'.l C. S. PITCHER & CO. PI>*"* Bedsteads "is Springs Mattresses Da Costa & Co., Ltd. FRANCIS GODSON. commercial beer—always lager in America. MEATS Milk Fed Chicken. Milk Fed Duck New Zealand Lamb FllleU R.bblls Pressed Trig* Sure! Bread Beef Surt Bone Meat BBSsmmrs (u%Urd Powder lb. H lb. •i.ireh M ib '. n i Fruit i-jlid Fruit C.Kklail AprlcoU rt*n 1 lb. lb Just Arrirt'd Box I .th iiiilm Biwuits Sncar Ourrd B.o THESE ABE EASY TO PREPARE Mult. ,1. Quaker O.ts Grape Nat. Waet a Biz J A K Breftd Aisehor Butter Cbeese 4 -lb. Pkgs. 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1 PACK ocun BAKBADO* ADVOCATE n l-I.W SI I'TI Mill IE II. IU.-.J Seventh Round In Cricket Series Starts tt&xsSBEE te Y.M.P.C. Score 138 In First Innings The lirst day's play in the Seventh Round of Intermediate cricket matches ended cm Saturday. At some grain there was bright cricket, but honours were again divided The rain on Friday had the out field at some grounds ne% den. but at the majority rt the grounds there were good wickets In the Y.M.P.C—Carlion fixture M CarHon. YMPC hatted nearly the whole day to score I'M runs in theh P.ist innings with three of their batsmen B King X" K Branker "14 and B Hovos 27 being the chief •corem "—linn for Carlton. K Jlutc:-HOME TOWN WELCOMES TITTLE Ma sttowt IHMSIOS c/eithKi I'rtHud Kin* A r arj WlUlPHH Bo (won took four of ihe Y.Ml'i wickets for 34 run* In 10 o* while Ihe Carlton pacer H MatH thews In 11 over' and three balls look three for 41 runs. R. Gill took two for 2 At the end of plus Carlton hid scored 35 runs for the loss of one wicket with C. Marshall noi out seven and R. Snndlford not out si* i Empire has alreadv gained I I first Innings lead on Spartan whom they dismissed for 111 runin their first innings nt Bank I!nil 8. Cave who scored 41 before he was bowled by Armstrong, top! •cored In the Spartan first innings i with 41 runs, while the *nc%  core of 22 was knocked up b) I Btackman who opened with ll Morris, K. King baggo-i live of the Spartan wickets for 43 runs in IS oven and one ball. M Armstrong ; bowled eight overs and took two I wickets for eight run*. Umpire IN for 2 Empire at the end of play hurt replied with 136 rum for the tow of two wickets with thrtr opening batsman Bernard Bourne undefeated with 73 ond F. Smith not out 23. At Combermerr. Combermere batted the whole da* and scored l runs In their first innings ngainst Pnhre The wicket was perfect and the schoolboys took the opportunity to nmnss a good score A PMlllps who went al number three In the Comber m< Mbatting order, hit an attractive 69 runs before he was howled by Sfaly. Mr Smith who went at number six. hit 42 before he was alto bowled by Sealy. Three of the Combermerr men failed to get off the mark. Skipper Denny who bowls medium to fart, took five wickets for 7 !" "*"' 36 runs in IS overs and Sealy „.,,,;.. three for 36 in nine overs. Griffith and Mom-. iuok one each. e-iseThe Barbados Regiment playing ^T, ,h at their grounds against the Menv *,,,. tal Hospital team captained by Knight, scored 116 runs In their arnisirsiT first inningon Saturday. J Brothwuite who opened with Allan lahmael, scored 32 runs to topscore. Ishmael and A. Price got 16 each and O. Becklos 13. The most successful bowler for Mental Hospital was G. Wiltshire who took three for 43 in 11 overs V. Chase, medium pacer, took two for 20. IN lal (ftMirrss a B \r\\ it INN1HOS b Kins %  r I'rr.i <_1 &**. %  JOffl IN'; ANALYSIS Central Defeat Lodge At Vaucluse The end of the first day's play of the seventh '.vision tames t'.und the honours even ded between bat and ball. One game was completed in i "ingle day's pbw Lastgi Mtfi| Miffered defeat at the of Central at Vouc! Many % %  iarc ,auscd by poor bloc-, -: Pffff 0lf€ 5 may affect die whole tysttsn. Skin erupoon. a/wt and trnuoon, sassple rhenraat win and painful 9 Um3 KMfits are nature's signal that you need CJarte'i aiaasBssi Illood Mixture. This famous medicine helps £CrVv* II as rlranar the blood stream of impunnei and ft)*ffT4afrj L***sJ r P ?*•" St and free from ascse and iimllar J riiae li. s uu. it r—ssplamis Ba ssr> So ask lor ffWCasMas CLARKE'S-*Jg B lo od M ixt u re ?% !" r.MJ'Wi: l.l INNINGS ToUl Hoc 3 wli-hU> (•IHMKMI-I v. rOIJl-S Al (OMBIBNIU ('oMIIKHMtrtr Ml INKINtiS r. lnnlx 11^I. MMIII Br-nker H.%rwh Dmnv nuiii... i> s-i> %  m(... i Kile* I. rVnn. ll. h (inmih r tttnlili b fiMljr Wrvkn -It"! w Monlii DennV 1 Mrll h Sealy aaab net Ml noblfraati I b • h Dn.n. II wi.kri b nnin r-i. f IRCHID OM TM SACK OF A CAR 1 to crowds gathered to *> > >> with her newest ten' %  '.,.* "• Chsmplonahlp In Er.gl.inrt, Maurfi % %  Uoaaimti sir V "N t 4t!i M" Connelly wves sans* In San Diego. Cilif., Lag the Women's World ck to the U S to win thS ond time ffnlernalJoiiaM BRITONS WILL SKI BY FLOODLIGHT SKI-INC: alter dark <•> flood-lighted for practising, r rtunitieu for learninu the record application entry of hundreds of young people with DO experience %  >' skl-ing Is expected for new training visitto Norway, being organised ny the Ski Club of Orent Briti.in :•'. .1 fttfWI.INn ANAt.VStS o sf B 1 ; (;.-kir. Todd WllUhlr. MCNTAI. IKISI'ITAI. Ill I V Bnycr c CluiHr b WaltM CrVlikiw b Bralhwalt* r Dukm I b w. b Brathwalte II WHKhir* M|Hl k • b W.tu C William* not uul N mi..'—b Waits i BMl I b w • Wan lb Clatfcf. V toa MalthrV. l*-u I b w b M.iUbr". I Burkr i riimuil b H c. D rVrl-r lun out ... II Maiidr.illr b llnlchli E Braik't I b h ll • R Autlln not ool F.lr.. IS — SSRNTSI rtO"eir*i lAsnsraov 'FxaMFNT US DsKlHOa %  ssUas-a b Chaw .. t'arrli b WUUhlce Uill r Wtuiam* b Cbata BfcWMmlk.w b Arvhar W.h. m.I .xil Clark* < %  Chaa b TMd KbUM The Hockct T.V.Sel By QBOffMsl CAMPBV The vest-pockci TV of a large packet <>| bl showing a pictuir i! i %  %  two—has made its appear.nice i the Earls Court radio show. But hundreds of people who have made Inquiries about the set have been told: "It is not for sale." i Norwegian slopes, specially will be one of the m R "nipOI'l. llral Council of Phy-nc.il Itecreatlon. Until April A Council spokesman s..ll: "In 1S52 nearly B2t) in,v part In training expediliNiis lo Norway. "On the next expedition, beginning in January. ISS3, parties will 1M leaving for Norway unt'I April. Tin expedition is aa I %  prevlom sU-iafl expei i II limited to women between ihe %  CM of 18 and 3* years and men between the gssssj of 18 and* 40 yearsTwo batsme„ reached the halfirk, Fwtertdn of Pickwick scoring 57 not out. and Mr. Hufbaa Of Combermere 5S. Two bowsstl secured more than half of their opponents' wuk-' .. %  | i : -six. ni r i i. VfAlfMBBRS. v \i cc dritUed out Wanderr-rBiaagre total of 52 runs at i:eekl#s Road Chiefly responsible n -nvill showing was O. 0 captured foui wkaMMj foi 11 T UBBL and V. Butler and L. f<.r 3 and !> respectively In reply to this. V M IT hava eoUaetad n of Utff made 4t. M.iwicville 21. and Edghlll 31 < OMBIKMtKi: vs. I KI1ISTON Conihcrmere Intted the anti e %  'ay in then mat h kialnsi Erdi — ton at Erdiston to collect 205 tUM for the loss of seven wickets, (•ood contributions were made b> Mr. Hughes who scored S6, Mr. Scaly 48. Wood.45. and Skipper R Fielii 27 undefeated. <* I'inheii.i and T Itlackman both took three wickets for 51 and-56 ".vely. I Ml'Iltr! vs. I.KRWAED. In their match against Leeward. Empire batted first and collected MO of which Lewis seared SO, Ilrewster 28, Beckles IS. George (Hikes kept up his good performances to date by capturing gig wickets for 51 runs Leeward were skittled out for 62, Kirtnn l..king six for 11. l*wls foui for 1 17. rrVTHAI. vs. LODGH. Central madi i hort work o( Ixdge at Vaucluse In their second division fixture last Saturday Hitting first. Lodge were dismissed for 53 runs out of which Kstwlck scored 23 undefeated Wood captured seven wickets for 26 runs and King two fi.15. [n thrtr turn nt the wicket. Centra: teplied with 1S9 for four rlckoti daelared, with Hinds contributing an undefeated 45 and Weekes 35. Colng to the wicket a second time. 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