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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT









WHAT'S ON TODAY



Court of Appeal 10.00 a.m
Police Courts 10 00 an I a the month: One ineh
Meeting of the Advisery Con . :

mittee of the Hospital Board 2.30 p.m ni Codrington: Ni,
Meeting of the Advisory Com 1

mittee ot Legisiative Counc }

Chamber 28 pom ’ 9.928 13 my é
Mr F A Hayo M.A

lectures at Parbados Press FO-DAY

Club 8.00 p.m





Por the cause that lacks assistance
‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance
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And the Good that I can do. ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS
M h Th T C t? HAD A DUAL PURPOSE FLEEING REDS | W ATI) Pariy Approve
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: : ; ia ee Reorganization Plans

Diplomatic Links With U.K.)| ee
3 THE W.A.F.D. Parliamentary group approved es-
~~ : lay proposals for a far reaching party reorganization—
etter T ss a the first top to bottom shuffle since W.A.F.D. was estab-
A WOULD.BE Off ers Coun ter New Attack lished the revolutionary Saad Zagloal in 06 of :

parties by strong man Premier Mohammed Naguib came
in the wake of the dissolution of W.AF.D’s Executive
Committee which met at Alexandria to follow through
on Naguib’s order

ware ‘Proposals On Oil| OV Labour

TEHERAN, Sept. 16. P lanned
IRAN PREMIER Mohammed Mossadegh, threatened eis a .
to break off relations with Britain over the oil dispute. Sosuiate’ ae —<_ aie
He asked the Majlis, Iranian legislature, for a vote of | American Federation of Labour
confidence during their meeting to consider the Truman- | Convention on Tuesday that “some
Churchill proposal to end the dispute over the nationaliza- | of the special interests are already

After it had dissolved itself,
he committ@e-men in the capacity
f a founding body, drew up a
% of suggestions which the

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or Minister Soliman Hafez for
tion of the oil industry. Siemns a axes for a fresh at- West Indies »proval Then it will be pub-
Mossadegh in a statement read — “< Drieiase aides $4 ovens as ™ ' shed z
to legislators repeated that the — to A.F.L, President William Green Mustapha Nahas Ex-premier
latest Anglo-American offer was | 4 ; Meee ota, al From Our Own Correspondent nd leader of the W.A.F.D. since
sen wer Truman said he had seen indica: J : Ss
totally unacceptable, He offered | A , oO / Ante eae a th Wall _pitree e LONDON, Sept. 16. he death of Zagloul announced
counter proposals which he said Pe vouinal ih . “nt Pong ao Mr. Albert Gome ind = Mr./that members of the Parliament-
were the last basis on which Iran A “Political Wall “Street to poe Tha Taft- antley \dams have been/ory group and other Egyptian
might accept a settlement. Hart yes ee) eee ee sen to represent the West In- i7 vho wish to join up uh-
. anaes) 44 vere artley Law even more oppressive | t tl eld Anakin Ctiag ;
_ Mossadegh said: “If British pol- Pe nd unfair than its at present,’’| \ e forthcoming Com he new system thust apply
icy aims by temporising and send- Pullbaek’ . eh afal can, lat * Rar cit ealth Prime Ministers Con- acting secretar Ibrahim
ing notes to continue its economic Reput naa n hoe nee in London in November. |} Farag within a week
pressure and prevent the sale of tility to labour, but {t appears that) hey will act as advisers to :the i A
oil, there is no doubt that this PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16. | the Republican candidate has now’ | retary of Stat J ee Compromise
Government's policy toward Iran Truman labelled Dwight Eisen-| made his peace with the author of | Mew selection was confirmed N that tt
j is not friendly The Iranian Gov-]|hower on Monday as a political} the Tattetincties pe Acmerent } eeting on Saturday of tl | Nahe d that the founding
;ernment gives itself the right to] pullback” with “horse and buggy"! ly his conduct will not be out of gionat =Keonomic Committ P would pass on the applica.
defend its rights and must abstain} ideas about medical legislation. | line with the Republican shutfornt| xecutive in Londor n Those accepted along with
ARRESTED in Teheran after creat-| {°° no action, even if this leads} The President declined to mention] whieh in my opinion is the most | Items for discussion by the cor be — founders will comprise
ing a disturbance at the Russian | oe a san ot feanaee eo Eisenhower’s name but it was] anti-labour * platform they have| ; Fst tap ms DOE REE a ' ’ cone = Suet ae
ations. Responsibility for such a] evident h ferred to a state-Is 144 rag a ‘ eading latter organizati j
Raoud, Spshiontich, isstee er" wee possibility will of course rest with| ment the Republic n Presi ie r i tenst 18 Sears on ae Sh sale Concerted action to pro-| new Executive ¢ i nod tiie
| : the British Government a i Vinee aul T ad sun Peo: luee more food draw| oon as Hadez gives the nod, The
Iranian Somka party who would be : az ; nominee made against any feder- Truman's message was read to} ; ms . 2
another Sainiee, gives the old Se _ After the Majlis gave its rejec-! atly operated compulsory heaitl delegates in the cottind session of | MRS. PETER PIROGOV smiles happily at Doctor's Hospital, Washington, materials ; | v ta v @iypulates that the Par-
salute. The Somka is the Iranian ‘!0 tg Me a ay usurance programme : the seventy-first annual A.F.L D, C., as she poses with her new-born twins for newsmen, The proud 2. British and United States}ty Pre sient be elected
version of the Nazi party—(I.N.P.) | POSa's ossadegh had a lengthy Eisenhower on Sunday said|Convention. It followed an ad father, a U.S.S.R, bomber pilot, fled the Iron Curtain four years ago capital to be used .in ex wr a terr P three
Peta en ae, a such a programme would give}dress by Mutual Security Admin-| and has since migrated to the United States. (International) panding trade ged A 9
toate exureseed. fill flan 4 patients a “regimented assembly] istrator Averill Harriman —+—-—-—— — ' Fresh action b il Com Naha & oe seeee F
. . 2 P ree ant?’ "es 7 a F monwealth Governments , an uesday hf
Voice Of America | Mossasezh’s counter proposals. | 125. ha ‘Tonics medic cane ta i Davidson Brings 987 was gnitation.” [Vari Marea and mas
e Senate must now also give a] "| Er aCe CH ‘ d 1. United States to be asked | (ul piifeedl ¢ rk for 2% Vpars.
f , vote of confidence to the Premier. | ‘''O'* ee < hee os Asians inwertka tartin (iw he ET] :
Broadcasts To aMEk Ale Governments counter ent eaten American Stevenson Atlac ks ’ to consides lowering tarifts, | 7 ZN “4
. proposals, as amended by the Na- “coral sssociation = Conventio mp { e | ‘ ie tbat Tae ini at voting, Nal
Jews In Russia a Oil Comentasion will be sub- aa iTs : X at Bisenhower s remark I aft Rather j B . Of R fk rom B G ae to i - age pr e : ~~ - ae by
waitiad th: Welbain. thine forth oF am ue country s health problems i ks 1¢ce e e i ther id ; 7 forme Berdtary Fuad Berg £)
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 a note—UP. & OP, oa aaa ah igre pase! Than Eisenhower . uct Scr ouan eet ee as eadyput Tots upon
f S . 16. t ; and “locally indigent mn Tum oc eta ‘ 7 § oe ae
The Voice of America’s floating ore medical care.” He added “that is ‘ASHINGTON, Sept. 16 THE Schooner Philip H. Davidson arrived in port yes- a becouse (Mx partyt@rad viously
pag re oe ee “7 be ut like saying we don’t need odvetaa” Adlai : “Gravetaon terday morning from British Guiana with 987 bags of rice N P ¥ y eves rrest a
hope to millions of Tews capped 24 Arrested i Soe sites Se aE t. came up with an apparent strat- «mong other general cargo, Although this shipment will]. VO F.ower Can Stop ahs Poet Cie a wie
Jews | the ae . house At. ce an appé tr 12 ast official 4
| in Soviet Russia and _ satellite Fi ° Fifa 75 nh ; wy switch on Tuesday, training relieve the present shortage somewhat, the Advocate un- + pe \ to deposit funds tota about
| coomney ae see in the or Corruption his big guns on Taft oe than derstands that the position will remain very much the same South Af rica I FON, £100,000 in the Misr k in
orm of a Ros assonah prayer © * Eisenhower Stevenson planned eres ie on oo * ial ie ‘ ‘evuls uD- ceordance with the law? The
was being transmitted over three | VIENNA, Sept. 16. | Anti-Corruption to spend the day working in until sce dl oe when it M eeeerves oe regular suy Becomin “ Re vublie money cannot be touched until
powerful transmitters of the Unit-; Radio Bucharest announced that; cy . Springfield on speeches to be de- plies trom British Guiana will be en sien ed States Coastguard Cutter;24 Roman “callaborators’ with Strike In Lebanon livered during his eastern tour ) =. Serieanatineeetinion oe — The effects _ of Serene |S CAPETOWN., Sept. 15. | nev President ind «Executive
Courier which anchored at the!right wing corruptionists” led by which starts on Thursday. | this commodity in British Guiana Males: setae ht National Party | Committee, —U.P.
island of Rhodes in the Eastern|former Finance Minister Vasile BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept. 16 Aides said that the Tinois | | were seriously felt here . ee vuld. insist on. making -South|
Mediterranean. Luca have been sentenced to The nationwide strike to force | Gevernor will concentrate in Monster Seen penne Stn santas 4 te — \frica a republic and “no power]
The message, spoken in English ; prison terms from two to 15 years.] Governmental house-cleaning in|them that Taft had “taken over” | food shortage in the islan in the world” would stop it | re *
by Rabbi Morris Kertzer, director Syria entered its second day as|the Republican Presidential cam- Ww: : Soot Housewives were forced to re- aad tae ae | U.S Plans Big
of the inter-religious ‘activities The broadcast said that the strongman Bramiér’ Sach Salam paign from Bisuhhawer: . . In ls Virginia ort to purchasing rice in pack- rhe witch — fror a B itish |
division of the American Jewish |@efendants in the trial which} continued his efforts to form! The Stevenson camp is operat- . Gade. fo. winiok, bey paid 90 bit arrene de ie Macher area Ex plosiornt
soveervas will Ls repeated a eee ee ee oni a Cabinet, No riots have broken'ing on the theory that, Taft is al. erase’ viewt 1 16. Tend canottas which tere aya ites of # nortigt-election but not] oXp
uen n several languages dur- Ss , aut, but five : st- Heast as i ys es) rginia, Sept, 16. , " op Hite t” ka oly ihe af ‘
, r the the next ten dave anted the , of the state who had stolen millions [| eq \uoolay Gnd lates veleieee en on u's ae Police on Tuesday blamed able in moderate quantities were] *uficient to necessitate a referen- NORTH ce AROLINA, Sept. 16.
Rosh Hassonah celebration. The \of dollars from the national bank ” di lng 5: } Cer breathin quickly reduced to very limited} dum The United States is planning
ah ce ‘ he charges of distributing pamphlets | one reports of a gas & . bal se
message tells Jews behind the finance offic: anc co-operative | urging the populace to keep the| As Kisenhower’s whistle stop | stdeneyed monster in Whe |} mounts, He said India, South Africa's; “an explosion greater than has
Tron Curtain they are not forgot- | enterprises strike going, Salam faced new special headed into Minnesals vineyard hill area, on the |; Housewives Enthusiastic realest enemy, was using alever been set off before,” Acting
4 Wis é f soli, 7 és 7 a ron. | Neutral position in the East-West] Chairman of the Joint Congres=
ten during the Rosh Hassonah sea- . a a obstacles from Parliamentary !the old campaigner Harry Trt active imaginations of resi- The news of the arrival of yes y > ;
ther time. In addition to prison terms most inate 7 aes ; eee ’ carnpaigner arry i- vee a pies ha’ gieeh ent by the Phili truggle to blackmail Britain and|sional Atomic Energy Committee
eee of the accused were given long} C°Cers who ‘saw in his dismissal|man had a chance to defend the dents, and one said the terday's shipment by the P) the United States,—C.P id Tuesday. Representative Carl
—U.-P. sagt teh of corrections! wellkt ior of Beirut’s mayor and other offi- |jadministration’s medical are only greeneyed monster I Davidson was received with much} ** aia ; Dp ‘hath. Actin s ifman since
eet labour. Observers saw the |C4ls an unparalleled challenge tolprogramme against Republic i ever saw was jealous |jenthusiasm by housewives who the ‘aeath of Heh ton Bric n Me
“ oe - a the Legislature. Informed sources |+.;.. .¢ coi oy4 ap an.” are hoping to obtain a more ap- nyt 1%, .° i of Seni Mc-~
. link: f ‘efendants to Luca “ as {eries of “socialized medicine”. woman, 7 nh rt St ky > Mahon said the test planned at
ew Field For expected the Parliament’s Speaker |" + , ; TT nster w ted preciable part of their regular YI 00 OETiReS
: 1s an indication that the former ; The White House has said that he mo! r was repor' ke
. to convoke an early meeting of the |

minister and his “accomplices”—

Missionary Work former Foreign Minister Ana

ely Enitowk atoll in the Pacific

Tn , Pg ; weekly supplies which had been +t ; ‘ '
: . - ¥.| Truman's speech to the Ameri- sighted near Sutton, West eek his fall “will open up the great-
houston non Scan Hospital Assoclation th Phils Virginia on Friday night, cut to a minimum. Wake Island est era in the history of the world.”





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Pauker and former Interior —vu.p, |delphia would be non-political and since then anxious resi- Other cargo brought by the hay : Durham said super secrecy sur-
HAMILTON, Ontario, Minister Teohari George may soon “" |but that he would defend dents of the vineyard hill Philip Davidson includéd 1,845 WAKE ISLAND, Sept. 16 rounds the tests and he is not at
Sept. 16. be on trial on similar charges. medical plan and reply at le; st housing project have flood- wallaba posts, 333 cast iron coal A typhoon with winds ranging] liberty to disclose the nature ¢
s 8 ply | ’ att oft
The United Church of Canada —UP. Officials indirectly to the Republican «:- ed the switchboard at the pots, 750 bags of charcoal, 40.|'\)) to 138 miles an hour battered] the tests. He said no major war=
| will join with three British FRE tacks.—U.P. | ee Praragrct + on ‘ mane cases of matches and a_ great| W i Island, ripped rooftops off} ships will be “blown up” in the
churches to open a new field of} FREIGHTERS COLLIDE ° asking for confirmation o quantity of hardwood, including} vildings, knocked communica-! tests and that the exact date of
African missionary work, the Rev.| porp ANGELES cae j To Avert Strike | ryiz. . e || the reports. greenheart, mora, crabwood and|'ion lines down, and forced alli the tests will depend on the
Aitken, Chairman of the Over- r Sept. 16, | | Third Communisi | The newspaper Wheeling purpleheart, Captain of the{‘reraft to bypa this _mid-| weather and other conditions
seas Missions announced Tuesday, a ~alehtae cmiethd BERLIN, Sept. 16 Intelligencer has also been Davidson is Capt C, Sealy facifie island —U.P. —UP.
The new field is in northern A Japanese freighter collide: City officials conferred witl S s y plagued by caljs ‘to con A nott rrival yesterday wa
n “Vv 8 eC! ith a Gre nei ap ¢ ae ~ ibs als §=CO rre : 3 f - Another arrive yesterqday WS) oyun 0 We Nil Way We We le es potas Wastes vehtes peobe tastes ine a eet \ nam sadtahits
Rhodesia and co-operating fog ie shee albalsonet Juan be Puc trucking leaders in a last-minut« PY Ring Cracked firm that “a ten foot mon- the M.V, Blue Star from Nassau TANG NW NS NG NS NG GW 5 NG NG NANG WG NG WN
churches are the Presbyterian early on Tuesday and one Japan- | effort to avert a midnight strike of bi tas : : } ster from another world” with a quantity of Jumber and] ‘% , : Poe Se eee ee 2
Congregationalist and Methodist. | ese was killed, Both ships con-|th¢ trucking firms that virtually , PUSAN, KOREA, Sept. 16 was roaming about the mahogany, The Captain of the] 5% om
Added to that, some 20 new mis-|tinued to their destinations would impose a food blockade on} Government police announced community, —U-P. Blue Star is Capt, D. Cheeseman] is
sionaries had been sent abroad| The Greek freighter had ix | West Berlin. A city spokesman that a third Communist spy rig and its agents are A. B. Harris &| (2% we
is é i i ill in}; i, Seek, enter nad a sx} aid that if no co omi rmula | had been cracked and said that 1) |'-—— A ze ’ aa, a
this year and missionaries still in|inch crack in her bow, several d ees Sheth crt o fern aa | t iseart | Co., Ltd, sie zm
the east, after service in China] buckled plates and lost her anchor. | ©@" ‘ound, the city w akejhad becn operating under 4 N ° Y Sw i
will be transported to strengthen | The Tipenane ship had a hole in a coer 4 a see Srueers ane " a Korean major | Sabre-jets Shoot U.S. Tur, D 4m oe
other fields, ; o bring food and mi © Berlin | general. 1e rovernment i
7 —U.P oe un Snye ae era through East Germany from the|nounced the arrest uf 44 Con D 4 MIG’. ae 108 own &
ahs i: ot West, ) munist spies of South Korean | own 8 Britain "3 Request &
The city’s 600 trucking firms] nationality in raids since Augu ‘ a . : ADVOCATE ;
; ; ’ SEOUL, Sept, 16 if:
° ® voted a strike in an effort to force) 30th cides it, pao Ge
Soviet-Chinese Agreement the city to pay compensation for| A ring of 17 men was cracked ote onions Rome -_ aed WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 ba &
me waits of as long as 70 hours on{on August 30, followed by | down four Brramatiniet M LG -i4 Informed sources said the Unit-| oF &
Ma B P da Eff rt the Soviet checkpoint on the West-| arrest of 17 women spies inclu jets and damaged two others to ed States had turned down Brit-]| ia CHRI â„¢
y e ropagan J 0 ern section of the 110-mile high-| ing a typist working in the Eighth] make September their best month | °!”'! request to be represented by a Fi
way to Berlin. The city govern-| Army offices. To-day it disclos d z Pe pe ; in observer at the meeting of mili- ,
| ment rejected the demand on the|that 10 ott y ~ rested of the Korean war in air duels | {ary representatives of the Pacific % Pa
, = a ouner were arrestec rT Vv Beis fag ‘ * ore - é se & ic e a
By STEWART HENESELY 7 grounds that the city cannot pay]. raid last Wednesday in whic Vettien Be ue 1G fhe Council in Honolulu on Septem- x
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16. compensation for Soviet chicanery.| the ringleader and another spy| this month to. 45 destroyed, three er 22, ; on, oN
THE new Soviet-Chinese agreement is another Russian | The city also said that the truck-| were killed. Th pol aid that| probably destroyed and 37 dam- The State Department said no| We &
propaganda effort to frfghten the Japanese out of their ers’ demands are vague. aie the spies seized on Wednesd aged. — : ormal ay ae Ree wh bd &
: “a a aie —U.P. ‘luided ¢ servant vorking tt nade 1e meeting centres on the * in és . ‘ ‘
present cooperation with the eastern bloc of nations led by ; ie Pusen, wolide ne ' ny ; rter The previous record month was| United States, Australia and New{ his year the ‘Advocate’ is running ‘4
the Anglo-Americans, in the opinion of ton officials here. ! 6 JET PILOTS KILLED U.P April of this year when 41 M.LG's| Zealand planning of co-ordinate ; 7% a Christmas Card Cumpetition, the %
They also expressed the opinion that undisclosed economic . vere shot down. At least some pf | defences ne yee. pee ' results of which will be published in om
7 ‘ TL , * ¥ Ww the § res CH i . , V listers mee y las ion . .
portions of the new accord would reveal the key to the} | SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 16. UK. OFFERS EGYPT wide the aie Penn bce (cP) | im the Christmas number
future course of Communist action in the Korean war. Fg gel yen — rome TECHNICAL EXPERTS rhomas Finletter described recent- bam Competitors should ote the follow
Aine Ss § a “ " j
The opinion in the State Department was that the | cjoug hidden amen’ ements LONDON, Sept. 16 y a8 8 gadget or, gimmick” that Church Of Christ ae Ing points
Russians were using the lack of Communist peace treaties | last Thursday killing all six pilots.} Britain has offered Egypt tec! “| oe , i a . deat, tac- ure om NA . if oe
with Japan and the allegation of ssible Japanese mili- | Navy and marine officials said the| “ica! experts to help her with] ‘cal advantage” over the M.LG, 4 rhe competition is open to all read-
Pp g po

tary resurgence as an excuse to justify Moscow's failure | Planes apparently were returning] \¢T agrarian reform plan it wa

r c $ ; from a combat mission Micially tated here Tuesday
to meet the time table for its withdrawal from Port Arthur. | °""phey Struele ; ' » offer was made to «tl
nee ‘ime te vee eae oP the | Seuesians They struck a 3,000-foot moun-| Th« te is made to fi gets across the battered Korean

. j wanted to fight the war to a' in South Kore The crashes oc-|course of recent diplomatic ex- peninsula with raids on Pyong-
’ : s a é : - ap vod d and » 8 aly ine:
30 Unaccounted Bor | bitter conclusion there would be urred almost at the same instant|changes, Egypt has so far not] %@28 ane ned uppl wns

Allied bombers dropped tons of
high explosives on Communist tar-

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; ; ‘ is ess seu | & Q ;overnme , Cards can be made py any process
,tain about 25 miles east of Taegu| @gyptian Government in The Italian fovernment or- » irds can be made py any process

ROME, Sept. 15 i

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jno reason for refusing to dis-| 41 about 6.00 pm. The weather|formally accepted the offer but wae ae : ae ' oft se all 22 Protestant branche 4 eKc *
4 : : ‘ ‘mM, 1 é » battle fro t a hy it s i : iss i )

In Mexican Floods close how strongly they were was stormy and the mountain’s|'t was expected that she would ‘aa waties Red Rae . al y until special perm ior a 2 competitor can enter any num- .
willing to back the gem cee: position was hidden by clouds. ‘vail herself of it in due course : we wy ; + He a net ; eee : He ber of cards, but all cards must be sR
munist. The only other explana- —U.P. —UP —U.P. & CP. ake years to obtain a spokesman ca eis See ;

os en rere Meee a tion which American officials : ‘ thie sei a > i eee 2. & CP lror the American wes de- | 5 riginal work, &
ounted for as levastating floods |could offer was that Russia was | oar ee} a4 bm ere *3 Preference will be given io cards .
ee ar & 00cs refusing to commit herself too e Se udneiinaiat’ Tha Woasineton' aa with a Barbadian or West Indian &
receded in the south of Mexico!*,. Gn aid in order. to keep the 5 ® e ® Y unconstitutional, The Washington 3% Z adis i é :
near _the Pacific coast region. | Chinese desandent enosah | brs 1é ustice ISMISS State Department asked the a lavour and to novelty cards &
ederal troops sent into the area “ riets c 4 Embassy for a full report The idging will } > by « e

to hunt the dead and missing re- | Moscow so that the Soviets could Reeatnaa Vecor ce there a he judgin V be done by a

ee ety ; i o control Red activi- ; ; FES. Ses OS aac ere oe indging mmittee vwnic ill in- Pe
covered only five bodies. They aig age og Coney mares His Lordship the Chief Justice; was no point of Law in the case roborated and remained un-| were difficulties because the de- 3 jud ae tommi _ aa wnich will a &
said that the missing are from No res sible official here hn- Sir Allan Collymore in the Court and so the appeal w ys dismissed shaken, and the Police Magistrate} nomination gained 1,000 converts clude tr e Editor. Their decision will &

the small villages of the region|,. _— _Chi , ment CL Error yesterday dismissed the | with costs. after taking evidence of the de-[since the war and practised ag- } be final 7’

‘ ; hil lieved Soviet-Chinese agreemen : Z a ; ;

between ieee See i oes. and anticipated a propaganda ac- appeal ov. Gwendolyn Kirton, The offence occurred about 10.10) fendant’s previous record, sen-|ressive evangelism. (CP bs Prizes will be as fu.lows: First

> The ‘villages imientos, : ene a aliz “ “heh” agains a ® ’ iy ) yi V i ‘ ; st—

‘Espinadillo *Tahnatican and|companiment would have much rl of He Westin i Oe is No Di t icon a: sil hasat bebous 7 b> 4 $40.00; Second—$20.00; Third—$10.00; &
3 Nicolas were totally covered with | effect on the Japanese elections ww.) who sentenced her to two| In + ee — BS ind two consolation prizes of $5.00 &
7 water, Fashionable Acapulco was scheduled for a fortnight oo mor mprisonment, and Their he Mazi sande dese ‘Thei Allowed to Change Plea DELEGATES LEAVE FOR pod each &
F cut off by road in all directions. at ee urs of the Assistant Court of Honours of the Assistant Cour t In this Court, however, Kirton PEIPING PEACE 7 bard } . a eet » dic. ae:

—UP. ppeal, Mr, G. L. Taylor and Mr.| a 1 Bef 1 kod Howes to chanwe Ne CONFERENCE. A selecti if the cards will be dis
aos ae iia ena . MT. | Appeal said: Before the Police, asked to be a ed to change her Laws t +h { ate’ Stati }
; | CASEY HOPES FOR L oe mcs who ge er Magistrate there was little or no| plea once again and giving evi- played a _ ite oes &
y , magistrates decision. Is LTa-) dispute as to the fact and the! dence for the first time, adrnitted : iw net and later at the barhbat vluseum. ;
INDIAN AMBASSADOR | IDEAS ON KOREAN P al reduced the punishment | i eilant att ~ a id : “ not that. he ‘thew wrofeont » in r SYONEY nent e: ‘ y tj
PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TRUCE t month guilty withdrew teat ple , n- Beckle tae but allege d that she ree “7 te pp ‘By aoe The ¢ Sir late for the competi-~ &
: “apa a le “ag : yw drew the ea and en- ec 3’ face, t 4 Pe ats rganize ei ig are ‘ . 4 a nhar { ° %
CAIRO, Sept. 16. | CANBERRA, Sept. 16 for g alts ype. a Was | tered a plea of guilty did so only after he had abused ont jefe oteie’ bs ‘Quantis i n is 4.00 p on October 3ist; but &
India’s ambassador Sardar| External Affairs Ministe ' : n Ch 4 snoung vodily Beckles’ story is that the ~ and kicked hex lines for Hong Kong on Tuesday ompetitor in start sending in their e

Pannikar presented his creden-/| Richard Casey said in the House 9 Ia Nee ; ae series on June | pellant met him and enquired if Whether this tory, if true.|They are Reverend Victor Jame penn

tials to the provisional Regency|of Representatives Tuesday that © ri phates: hs hrew|‘he had. seen her young ,/ would be a complete defence, we}of Melbourne of the Unitarian #3 : : jiemnnck 44 R&R

Council at Abdine Palace. Thej|he hoped to evolve some ideas ‘ ’ yes and face and that, on receiving what she need not consider. We can only] Church and K. Gott an ‘unattach- zr \ ra hould be adaressed (0 &

documents were .addressed to) towards settlement of the Korear m told His Lordship that|regarded as a derogatory answer,|say that upon a careful review]ed delegate, Both have British by] the Editor, The Advocate, Bridge-

Ahmed Fuad Il, King of Egypt | war before he goes to the United E'eckles had kicked her. His Lord-|she abused and threatened him,!of all the evidence, and the de-| passports. James said he going 3 a town &
and Sudan : Nations for the General Assem- i that neither the Magis-| went into a house, returned, and meanour of the witnes: ve ar€ito Peiping from Hong Kong Ho wa 7 &
Ponnikar rode to the palace in| bly meeting. Casey said he doe nor the | zes of the Court|threw liquid in his face which) not satisfied as to the genuine-] denied he is Communist and said = 3

ed roy i car accompanied by | not oppose the Mexican proposal f Appeal had believed her It | smelt like ammonia Befors the - ; a pores a wey, — thati he is going because the doctrir nS al owe
the first anc econd secretaries u alls to see how it could solv not question le iit 4, witnd n,| fhe decision of the olice Magis- f hi hurch was to discover vt as + aren gare NE POE OE ONE ORE BNE ONS ONE PAE BNE BNE BNE PE BNE ANE so 5? NS: eee
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FIVE YOUNCSTERS leaving Seawell for the D»af and Dumb School,

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M* R BUDRI RAMKEE-
SOON, Barrister-at-Law,
Trinidad, is now in Barbados for
about two weeks’ holiday. He ar-
xived on Monday morning by
B.W.LA. and a guest at Pow-
ell Spring Hotel

At the Airport to meet him wa
Mr. Dan F. Blackett, Edijor of
The Torch. Mr. Ramkeesoon, who
is paying his second holiday visit
to the island, is a brother of Can-
on J. D. Ramkeesoon, and Mr
Rawle Ramkeesoon, Deputy Di-
rector of Education,’ Trinidad

Econotiics and Law

: R. NEVILLE NICHOLLS,

M who along with his brother
Courtenay, was awarded a 1951
Rarbados Scholarship in Classics
from Harrison College, is enter-
ing Pembroke, Cambridge, to take
a course in Economics and Law
Since leaving school he had been
acting as an assistant master at
the Modern High School,

Both Engineers
R, CARLOS SANABRIA and
M his son, Carlos, Jnr., from
Venezuela, are spending a month’s
holiday in the island as guests at
the Hotel Royal. They were among
the passengers arriving here on
Monday morning by B.W.1.A.
from Trinidad and are both en-
gineers employed with the Creole
Petroleum Corporation,
To Read Law
R. GEORGE MOE, son of Mr.
Cecil Moe, jJardening In-
structor at the Erdiston Training

College and Mrs, Moe of Paynes
Bay, was among the passengers
leaving by the S.S. “De Grasse
vesterday for England.

" Mr, Moe will enter Wadham
College, Oxford, to take an
honours degree in Law and
Jurisprudence, He is a_ former

pupil of Harrison College.
Enjoyed Holiday

R. SEYMOUR BECKLES,
YE didanek to the Vestry Clerk
returned home from the U.S.A.,
over the week-end, He had been
spending three and a half months’
holiday there and says that he
thoroughly enjoyed his holiday
and was very impressed,

Weeks

APTAIN and Mrs. F, Miles of
New York who had _ been
residing in Trinidad for the past
two and a_ half years, arrived
here on Monday morning for
about two weeks’ holiday and are
guests at the Hotel Royal,
Captain Miles is Manager of
Tembladora Bauxite Transfer

Station.
M* DARNLEY GIBBONS,
Assistant teacher of Wesley
Hall Boys’ School, was among the
passengers leaving the island on
Monday morning by B.W.LA., for
Puerto Rico en route to the U.S.A
Mr. ‘Gibbons has up on|
a six-month visit and at the Air-|
port to wish him bon voyage and
good luck were his relatives and |
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morning four

and one girl left the «pe Grasse” yesterday was Mr.
island for the Deaf and Dumb ‘asquith Phillips, the 1951 Barba-
es oal, ae aa dos Scholar in Modern Studies
efter spending the stimmer holi- ,. pela ‘ Ha eres
days. Parents and friends were at !TOâ„¢ Harrison College. He is pro

S ee to the University College
Seawell to see them off. Miss Bet- ceeding a treats
ty Arne, Honorary Secretary of Oxford, to read Modem pn
the Deaf and Dumb Association, After this he will. enter iddle
was also there to say good-bye to Temple to read for the Bar. Since

the youngsters. leaving Harrison College in
September, 1951, Mr. Phillips
In April, 1947, contact was worked as a sub-editor on the

made with the Special School for Advocate newspaper and as an
the Deaf and Dumb children in geting asgistant master at the
Trinidad and arrangements Boys’ Foundation School,
finalised in September, 1947, Mr. Phillips is the son of the
when the first Barbadian boy late Mr. C. T. Phillips, District
left for Trinidad. He was nine Inspector of Schools, and Mrs.
years old then and he is still at- piiilips of Welcome Hall, Christ
tending the school. Church

A dance was held on 6th June

were



Since his case seven other Bar-

pédian children similarly handi- by Miss S. Durant and the
capped. have been sent to the Sponsoring Committee in nis
school Two of them, unfor- honour.

tunately, had to be withdrawn as

tney were found to be mentally és
ebnormal and incapable of re- R. AND MRS. LUIS GON-

sponding to the teaching. The re- , ZALEZ of Venezuela who
maining five have made satisfae- arrived by B.W.LA., on Monday

Ten Days

iory progress. morning from Trinidad are on
: ; ten days’ holiday as guests at

In this world it is found that Paradise Beach Club,
there is less sympathy for the Mr. Gonzalez is a lawyer in

deaf than the blind but while it Venezuela
is reasonably easy for a blind per- Also arriving by the same
son to respond to treatment a opportunity were Mrs Toutes
deaf person finds great difficulty Molina and Mrs Valentinz Mar ‘ol
end without special treatment pa ‘of Venesuéla They. nae
Wenle DO CANCCRAG Th GOKENOND ss as Paradise Beach Club.

and dumbness for life.
At Piarco the youngsters were Many Happy Returns



BARBADOS

Pixie O’Scowl Wanted to Help

—He Took Tools to People Who Built Houses—

By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid were just
making themselves comfortable un-
der the Old Oak, whose roots made
a gnarled and mossy tangle around
the wide trunk, when they heard

ADVOCATE



footsteps coming up a staircase di- |

rectly underground. A moment later
a tiny bark-covered door opened in
the side of the trunk. Then Pixie
O’Scowl pushed his way ou® He
looked anything but happy. Acros’
his back he was carrying a hoavy
carpenter's box.

Knarf and Hanid could
was a carpenter’s-lox because the
end of a saw, and the handles of a

hammer and a screw-driver were w

sticking out.

“Good-morning,” greeted Fanid, Pixie O'Scow! had a box of tools.

“Good-morning,” greeted Knarf
Glanced at Sky

“Morning,” grumbled Pixie
O’Scow!, setting the box down as
he glanced up at the sky to make
sure it really was a good morning.

“Where are you going with that
carpenter’s-box?” Knarf asked.

“Are you going to build some-
thing for somebody?” asked Hanid

“Oh no,” replied Pixie O’Scowl.
“I'm just going to try to lend my
tools in case anybody cares to bor-
row them, But I don’t think it’s
going to be necessary,” he aided.
“The folks I’m thinking about: are
better carpenters than I am. And
they don’t have any tools!”

Knarf and Hanid wanted to know
more about this.

“Well,” said Pixie O’Scowl “some
of the folks I know are building a
big apartment house for themselves
—as big as a hill it is—with thous-
ands of rooms—and corridors wind-
ing this way and that, up and down
and across. But they won’t use any
tools to build their house — only
their hands.”

“Who Pare those folks, Pixic
O’Scowl?” Hanid asked.

“The Ants! And then,” he went
on, “there are some other folks who
are building an enormous house
inside the hollow trunk of a tree.

“EI Dorado”

LONDON, September 10th

Cinema audiances in London
are now able to see for the first
time a film taken in British
Guiana by two young Englishmen

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several years ago, |

The two men — Mr, _ John|
Alderson and = Mr. Reginald
Hughes spent ten months mak-
ing the film. During that time,
they travelled over 5,000 miles |

in the colony—by air, on horse-|

back,
river,

on foot, by train and by

Entitied “El Dorado,” the film
has shots of many places hith-
erto unexplored in British
Guiana, They photographed one
gigantic fall, for instance, which
had not baen seen since its
discovery in 1830. To get to its
foot they had to hack a_ way
through virgin forest, returning
to their craft in pitch darkness,

They met. natives of the hin-

met by the Headmistress of the terland and lived with them,
School She is from Scotland R. F. L, WALCOTT, M.C.P., leading an almost prehistoric
and has received special training and Secretary of the Barba-] €xistence, .
in England, . dos Workers’ Union was sending] . At the same time, they saw
‘ ; a cable yesterday to Hon, R. L.] 224 Photographed the country’s
Every year the boys end girls Bradshaw of St, Kitts. Carib s old and new industries — the
come over for the summer holi- Bradshaw of St, Kitts. Carib saw] manufacture of Demerara sugar
days. They are not detained after MWS in this and enquired, he}ang rym and the mining of
they have reached 16 years, To- W@S only sending a_ birthday bauxite.






day the eldest boy is 15 years old 8reeting for Mr. Bradshaw whose
and has spent ovr five years in birthday was yesterday. Incident-

The strange and exotic animal

é lifé in British Guiana also in-
the school, ally, it was also Mr. Walcott’s] terested these young English-
birthday. men, Many hours were spent
To Study Engineering Brothers Here Seating and filming tarantula
TERENCE C. GILL. so H Le ‘others. spiders and arapaimas, the

R. TERENCE C, GILL, son of E e brothers, Kenneth world’s largest freshwater fish.

Mr. anc Mrs, F. F. C. Gill and Frank of Port-of-Spain
of Regan Lodge, St. Michael, left Trinidad arrived by B.W/1.A., on
the island on Thursday last for Monday morning for sixteen days’







Altogether they shot enough

England where he will study holiday which they are spending sore oh pee aeeedene mann
Engineering, as guests at Super Mare Guest] for the Edinburgh Festival and

He was met in London by his House, in 1952, for the Cannes Film|
brother and sister, Frere and | Kenneth is an Accountant of|Festival, It will also be seen!

Margaret, Arthur Scull & Co. while Frank




at the Venice Film Festival this|

ie is a clerk employed with the] year.
Talk on Olympic Games _ Trinidad Consolidated Telephone}’ The British Film
Company Limited, described
N informal talk on his expe- for Re-opening of School |‘“‘Heautifully shot and freshly
riences at the 1952 Olympic observed.” it






Games will be given by Mr. Ken TSS DOROTHY YEARWOOD
Farnum at the Modern High of My Lord’s Hill, a student
School on Thursday night, 18th @f Queen’s College, returned home
September, at 8 o’¢lock. from Trinidad on Monday morn-

Members of the public are cor- ing by B.W.1LA. Dorothy had been
dially invited and they are ask- Spending three weeks’ holiday in
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,

How To Fill BY THE WAY..
A Hostela= [73,208 20008 10% pe. sma
Try Hobbies

long holiday in the French casinos
| IN less than a year the num-

it am told that when he left for
ber of boys at London’s “hobby

1952

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By Beachcomber
ing on ystem of registering
of fish in order
Luckily
for them, they do net have to taste
the fish They stand behind a
chalked line, 18 feet to windward

anew
mells
t6 determine its quality

the various



France he took with him a arty
of 18 friends.
On arrival in Boulogne the 18

: ; . , of a heap of cod, and write down
hostel” has trebled. pan DM ro. a Ses their experiences as a friendly

Last year there were rarely auieansien, and returned to Eng- breeze wafts to them a snesonge
more than 20 boys staying at|land. If Smart-Allick wins at the !°™ the denizens of the deep.
Rossie House, Camberwell, aj tables they will get (some of) Their manual, to be published
London County Council aided| their money back when he returns 520% is called: “The Development
aceon to England. If he losses, he relies °f @ Scoring System for the Sen-

sory Assessment of the Spoilage of
Wet White Fish Stored in Ice”,
This, of course, is an official adap-
tation of Miss Elise Hammer’s
“The Stink of Cod.” A document-
ary film will show the scorer at
work, as the smellers shout their
sensory assessments.

Then hobbies — anything from
|rabbit-keeping to model engineer-
| 1ng—were introduced by the new
; warden, Mr. L. Teasdale.

i “The word has got round
among the boys at their jobs
and now we have 60 keen boys,”
said Mr. Teasdale.

“As soon as we decided to in-
troduce more hobbies, we had
dozens of applications to live
here.”

Rossie House is mainly for boys
working in London away from a
their homes. Each boy makes a +
contribution towards his keep and )
local authorities also help. The
rest of the expenses are met from
voluntary funds,

on his knowledge of ‘heir private
affairs to keep them quiet.

Short cuts to Gagaland

FTHERE will soon be lectures on
olfactology at Billingsgate.

Trained fish-smellers are work-



They are also making thousands of
rooms with I-don't-know-how-muay-
cupboards to store honey in.”

“The Bees!” exclaimed Knarf,

Pixie O'’Scowl nooded. “Then
there are some folks who are put-
ting up a large dam across a brook
to make a lake for themselves te
go fishing and swimming in. They're
cutting down trees — without a
single saw or axe, just using their
teeth!” ‘

Hanid said: “The Beavers?

Small Bungalows

i. ) SE ; Fa 2 od

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—L.E.S.



For Wednesday September 17, 1952

x Look in the section in
find what your outlook is,
ARIES

Fine

which your birthday comes and
according to the stars,
Mercury aspect but Mars position is

Keepers See Ivy Does

Not Eat Too Much °

“That’s right. And all the birds +" ee ae a antaguulstic. Day excellent for mental
are putting up small bungalows for By CRAVEN HILL. ete keen Planning and managing of
themselves—high up in the trees, One of the most closely watch- a airs, Avoid harmful contention, Be
And they won’t use any tools either, @d animals in the London Zoo now genial. ,

And they haven’t even got hands, | is the polar bear Ivy. 4 4 +

“And then there are the moles Keepers are anxious tgt she TAURUS Rather mild tendencies going to very
and the gophers and the mice and | 8¢ts no food of any kind from the April 21--May 20 )

benefic vibrations during P.M. and al
| public, There is a reason, 8 a all of

the chipmunks—all busy building ae to-morrow. Avoid spasmodic decisions,
and without tools of any kind! So,. Ivy, mother of Brumas, is likely hasty trys at this and that. +
I'm going around to all of them in | t¢ have another cub in November -

case any of them need anything like | #24 too much of the wrong kind GEMINI

of food could be fatal.

Ivy’s keepers hope she will have
a male cub—Brumas is a female
but she may well have twins.
Twins are common among polar
bears,
SSCSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISISS”

SEA VIEW GUEST
ZOUSE

HASTINGS, BARBADOS

Daily and Longterm Rates
quoted en request.

Grand influences from your Mercury %*
should inspire you to achieve as much as
you possibly can in a productive way. But
don’t be arbitrary, or vindictive.

*

On whole pleasant but not very stimulat- 3
ing rays from your Moon and other planets
Mars and Uranus aspects tend to “bossi-
ness,” doing things too quickly and un-
thinkingly. Be careful! K *«

Me

Not all auspicious nor is it ae
day. Greatly up to you and the demands
of your position. Plan well before under-
taking new tasks.

a saw or hammer or a chisel or a
screwdriver or a axe or a drill, or
nails and tacks and screws. But,”
Pixie O’Scowl muttered as he
shouldered the heavy carpenter’s-
box again, “I don’t suppose they
will. They haven’t used any yet. I’m
just dragging this box around for
nothing.”

And off he trudged, still mutter-
ing until Knarf and Hanid lost sight
of him behind the tall ridge

May 21—June 21





June 22—July 23

LEO
July 24—Ang. 22

CROSSWORD



Pr ee Permavelcome. * *
Dinner and Cocktail VIRGO Should be very responsive day for your
Parties arranged. Ang. 23—Sept, 23 interests, business and private. Brain work
J. H. BUCKLAND highly favoured. Avoid harmful irritating
Proprietor. people, :

* *
Advice to Taurus helpful to you. No need
to worry; progress is in the wind if you
work for it. Extra care advised in financ-
es; buying and selling generally. , *

Your Mars in warlike position to-day says
to be calm. You will have better results
from your effort as well as feel more con-
tent. Much good can be accomplished.

SAGITTARIUS * : % ‘ *¥ sas

Nov. 23—Dec, 22 YOU may not find everything to your liking
or monetary returns from JTIVESHNGLES, Sf
sales, etc., as lavish as you’d wish but day
is favourable for good work.

*

Indications now stress extra careful hana
ling of business and home matters, fin-
ances, investments, etc. ‘Study, teaching,
general brain work highly sponsored. *

* * *

Uranus position now strongly vetoes quick, ap
unpremeditated decisions or changes of

2 EEESSELSEEESESSESGESY

\ GANETWY

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Hawker Siddeley’s
Faith Justified

Hy Hrett Oliver

LONDON.

IT has taken the Hawker Siddeley Group, world’s
biggest aircraft combine, two years to convince Britain’s
air chiefs that Delta-wing planes are the natural vehicle

for the mammoth power of jet propulsion.

But convinced

them they have, for, in less than a month, two Deltas have
been added to the line-up of super-priority British military

airplanes. ‘

Those two years were tough
enough for Hawker Siddeley. ut
the faith they put into the Delta,
or flying triangle, goes back at
least five years, when they first
set out to prove it was the aircraft
of the future. They designed and
built two experiment types, put
them through the most exhaustive
trials, then began work on two
more Deltas, one a twin-engined
all-weather fighter, the other a
four-engined bomber,

These latter were the Gloster
GA-5, now known as the Javelin,
and the Avro 698. And both have
been ordered for the R.A.F.

That is why Hawker Siddeley
are calling this, 1952, the “Delia
Year” of British Aviation. I don’t
think anyone can contradict them.

British aviation, just as it en-
tered the “Jet Age” 11 years ago,
has now leaped forward into the
‘Delta Age”. More planes like
the Javelin and Avro 698 will be
developed by the Hawker Sidde-
ley Group and, away in the
future, these is the prospect of air
travellers crossing the world in
big Delta jetliners.

The air show at Farnborough,
organized by the Society of Brit-
ish Aireraft Constructors, signs
the birth certificate of the Delta
Age. Cautious appraisal, of tri-
angular aircraft has been replaced
by a frank acknowledgment of
their fine attributes.

Five Types

_Twenty thousand foreign tech-
nicians and air chiefs, besides an
estimated 300,000 Britons, will
have seen Britain’s five Delta
types when the show ends. Many
of them, certainly the foreign
visitors, will have learned why
Britain is going ahead on full-
scale production with the Javelin
and Avro 698,

The Deltas have been evolved
to meet the growing need for air-
craft that will fly higher, faster,
further, more economically and
with a heavier load than ever
before, It is the result of natural
evolution of design, and it is the
design for years to come.

The Hawker Siddeley Group,
fighting to have the new form
officially accepted, proved that the
nircraft is simple to build an
claims it has greater stability an
more favourable aerodynamic
characteristics than any other
plane in existence. Deltas are
super-streamlined, have a large
wing area and consequent low
wing-loading, and are extremely
easy to control at all speeds. They
don’t have to be equipped with
complicated high lift devices like
‘slats and flaps, elimination of
which facilitates servicing. And
the Group claims they will
accommodate all the increases in
‘engine power expected in the
foreseeable future.

“Since the first flight of the
Avro 707B in September, 1950, the
Delta shape has proved itself again
and again,” said Sir Frank Spriggs,
the Group’s managing director,
at Farnborough this week. “The
new bomber, which flew for the
first time on August 30 last, will,
I am convinced, show itself fully

capable of the work it will be
given to do.” i :
With Britain’s military air

chiefs convinced also, it is appar-
ent the Delta shape has embarked
on a career as far-reaching as



the invention of the jet power
which drives it.

The appearance of operational
Deltas is the most encouraging
military aspect of the Farnbor-
ough show. But even this thought
must be tempered by the lament-
able slowness of getting the new~
est jet fighters and bombers into
squadron production.

British Designed

These last two weeks have seen
an astonishing amount of publi-
city given to British dominance
in designing. Commenting on such
planes as the Hawker Hunter,
Supermarine Swift, de Havilland
Type 110, Vickers Valiant and the
two Deltas, newspapers, politicians
and men of the aircraft industry
itself have lost themselves in a
welter of praise for the excellence
of British designing. But they
Stress British designing, not Brit-
ish production,

All praise to the designers, They
have done the job of their lives,
But many Britons can’t help feel-
ing these wonderful aircraft are
still only showpiece toys, to be
unwrapped at Farnborough each
year and put away again while a
halfsthrottled production indus-
try hobbles along at snail’s pace.

And even that pace is getting
slower. This, considering the
urgency of Britain’s defence
needs, is almost unbelievable. The
Select Committee on Estimates
recently confirmed that the in-
terval between orders and first
deliveries of aircraft is increasing.
Last year, it was 15 to 17 months
for existing types, but now it is
18 to 26 months. For new types,
it used to be 21 to 24 months; now
it is 23 to 29 months.

This means that the Javelin and
Avro 698 bomber will not be in
the RAF’s hands in any numbers
for well over two years. By then,
British designers will almost
certainly have built new versions
which leave these two obsolescent.

As it is, Javelin production could
have been advanced seven months
had the British Air Staff decided
to order the type as soon as it
flew—or before it flew, as they
have done with the Avro 698.
Instead, seven months were lost
while Government heads dithered.

_ The Ministry of Supply’s action
in ordering up the Avro 698 is,
fortunately, a sign that the Goy-
ernment intends to make a choice
quickly in future and get on with
production instead of humming and
hawing over numerous prototypes
while the months tick by and the
factories continue building obso-
lete machines. To create an air
force which would measure up to
that of any foe, Britain must seleet
and rush into production the best
aircraft available, without holding
off till something better comes
along. Russia has built a formid-
able force by doing just that.
Britain, though lacking the
productive capacity of a country
like Russia, can follow the same
principle and looks as if she will
do so now, according to Supply
Minister, Mr. Duncan Sandys.
Commenting this week on the
order for the Delta bomber, he
said: “The Government recog-
nized that to order an aircraft
of unconventional design before
even the prototype had flown
necessarily involved risks. We
consider however that these were

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THE “DELTA AGE” of British Aviation opens with
ordered into production for the Royal Air Force.
two years of experimenting with the new shape. A “big brother” the four engined Avro 698 Delta

A faster-than-sound

bomber, has just flown and has already been ordered for the R.A.P.



outweighed by the overwhelming
importance of re-equipping the
RAF with the most up-to-date
machines as quickly as possible
and of concentrating our resources
on production of the newest types.
I am confident that on both mili-
tary and economic ounds the
decision will prove to justified,”

The Government has to date
given super-priority production
orders for seven types: The

Hunter, Swift and Javelin fight-

ers; the Canberra, Valiant and
Avro 698 bombers; the Fairey
Gannet turboprop anti-sub-
mariner, While performance

figures for them are secret, they
look to be a fine array of military
aircraft. It now remains for the
production industry to roll them
off with some of the speed so
readily found when Britain was
fighting for her life a decade ago.

Police From B.W.I.
Parade In London

LONDON.

POLICE from the British West Indies were prominent

at the passing-out parade of

the fifth course for non-gazet-

ted officers of Colonial Police Forces at the Metropolitan
Police Training School. Hendon, near London.

Lord Munster, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the
Colonies, inspected the parade and presented the baton of
honour to Sub-Inspector Chain Wai Man, of Hong Kong.

In a brief speech, he congratu-
lated the parade on their smart
turn-out, en they returned to
their home lands, or wherever
they went, he declared, he had
no doubt that they would acquit
themselves well.

He hoped they would take back
with them happy memories of
their stay in Britain. He express-
ed thanks to the London police
for what they had done towards
the success of the course.

Sir George Abbiss, Assistant to
the Inspector-General of Colonial
Police, told the Colonial police
cadets present that the purpose of
the course had been to raise the
efficiency and standard of the
Colonial police service, which de-
pended on the loyalty and ability
of its officers. He said that a
policeman must not only “know”
—he must be able to “do” and
always act quickly and efficiently.

Much would be expected of him
in the territories where he serv-
ed, said Sir George. He would
be closely observed and quickly

sized up, he said adding: “In
training your men, you must at
the same time aim at being a

source of inspiration to them.”
From his own personal observ-
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ation, Sir George said, he was
confident that each man present
had the ability to do his job suc-
cessfully, He wished them every
suceess and happiness.

Sir John Nott-Bower, Deputy
Commissioner of the Metropoli-
tan Police, said that the opportun-
ity of organising the course was
welcomed as giving London
policemen an opportunity to come
into contact with policemen from
other countries and exchange
ideas,

He emphasised the ideal of the
British police, which was that
the public should regard them as

friends and not as oppressors.
They enjoyed a wonderful
reputation in Britain, but! |

that state of affairs had not com
about overnight—years had been
required to build up such confi-
dence,

Men from the British West In-
dies taking part in the parade
were:

Asst, Supt. C. St. Louis, of
Trinidad; Insp. E. J. Blaize, of the

Leeward Islands; Sgt. M. Thomas, |

of the Windward Islands; and

Cadets D. J, Hollington and D.

McLeod, both of British Guiana.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad St., Bridgetown.

Wednesday, September 17, “1952





REMEMBER

THIS week the twelfth anniversary of
the Battle of Britain is being celebrated

{

Worlds New No.l. |

| BRITISH GUIANA, : oe namely, that they tend to prevent
| Dr. Wilfred E. Shute, Chief whatever diseases or diseases they |
{Cardiologist of The Shute Insti- i er relieve, and so this therapy opens |
jtute for Clinical and Laboratory up the way not only for the|
Medicine at London, Ont. as re- i

By NEVILLE SCHULER,

treatment of this our own” genera-
O.D., D.Se.

tion who are already doomed to|
the encroachment of heart disease, |
out it holds out hope of preven-
tion f the generation of our
children and grandchildren.

{ported in the Montreal Star of
March 25th, 1952, claimed before
\the Rotary Club of Montreal that the lower income brackets, if the
the Vitamin E Treatment that had public-spirited men on our Legco
| been developed from wheat germ were to introduce a measuie
oil was not only a cure for many whereby these relatively expen-

types of heart disease, but by its sive vitamins could be made
use it was likely that coronary gygilable to our hospitals to be
disease could be wiped out entire~ gispensed to those least able to
ly in half a century. pay and who, incidentally, need
Dr. Shute went on to say that them most.

[heart disease had increased 45 his, at first blush, would seem
jper cent in Canada in the last as if we were putting the cart
| 10 years, was rampant among peO- pefcre the horse. But our wise
| ple between the ages of 30 and 40, Jegislators, in the past, saw fit to
|and was the greatest single cause subsidise and encourage the im-
of death today. He claimed that port of vitamin deficient food-
Vitamin E was the only substance stuffs while vitamins were taxed
‘that prevented clotting of blood and still are taxed to the hilt,

in London and other parts of the British
Commonwealth.

On September 15th, 1940, no fewer than
185 wrecked German aeroplanes were
scattered over South East England in the
climax of the air war and between Sep-
tember and October 5 the Germans lost
at least 883 aircraft.

“Never in the field of human conflict,”

= ‘ : ;without the usual dangerous ‘ phy : ‘
said Mr. Winston Churchill of these gal- | ¢frects, was a natural anti-oxidant , Vitemin E applied in maaaiee
lant airmen who saved the British Empire | in the body, and a dilator of blood doses in. the case of cardiovas=

cular-rena! diseases has been des-
cribed by its users as the most im-
portant discovery of the Century.
“tunl is escr ‘ ‘ %
E Canada led the world. sone this d scription is per
aps no exaggeration, much as
Importance Stressed one blushes to say it. It bids fair

In The Seotish Sunday Express to be the most important dis-
of Glasgow as far back as Febru~- covery made in medicine in the
ary 20th. 1949 under the caption j4.+ 199 years! NOT EXCEPTING

“A Medical Discovery as great a8 PENICILLIN, This is due to two
Insulin”, written by a doctor who factors, The first concerns the

}was also a Member of Parliament, gy earance of a disease, new

jthere was described a presenti~ since 1900, called coronary throm-
tion on the floor of the House of posis, characterized by the appear-
Commons in England by three ance of a clot in the coronary
Members of Parliament of differ- artery shutting off the blood sup-
ent parties, who insisted on the piy ‘to a segment of the heart
importance of the acceptance of muscle. ,

Vitamin E treatment for heart ‘This qisease was first described
|disease by the Minister of Health, jn 1912. 1t did not occur at post-
so that it could be made available mortem examination in 1900, yet
pen the National Health Service jn 1951 it killed half the males
‘ i for British Patients. who died over the age of 40
protect Barbadians as well as Briton As a result of this discussion Included have post rnany famous
from the horrors of a totalitarian race- |the raw oil made in America was gnq titled men, even kings; execu-

4. : : jeiven an import permit a hema 4 ticulart i
us fanatical regime. | Sriteqent . ; : tives are particularly prone to this
eee = e Vitamin E ever since has been disease and it seems to have a

vessels, and he felt Canadians
should be proud that in the in-
vestigation of the use of Vitamin

from Nazi domination, “was so much
owed by so many to so few.”

This their gallant action is still remem-
bered in London and in other parts of the |
Commonwealth, but in Barbados not even
a wreath lies on the Cenotaph to remind
us how much we owe to those gallant
young men who gave their lives so that
we might continue to enjoy freedom.

Too little attention is paid in this island
to the connection between the freedom
which all Barbadians enjoy and the price
which has been paid for that freedom by
those gallant souls and many others who
laid down their lives in World War II to









Isolated in the Atlantic and intent on | made available for heart patients
petty insular matters of daily living the |/" ee rae aoe ee
inhabitants of this island have accepted Benefits ’
the end of the war in Europe and Japan One’ can well imagine
as a return to normal peaceful living benefits that could
They have forgotten not only the heroism
of gallant men—the Heroes of the Battle
of Britain, and all those who served in the
last war—but they have forgotten that
today conscription is still in force in
Europe and in the United States. The
fruits of peace which the residents of Bar-
bados and other British Caribbean terri-
tories enjoy are not wholly available to
the citizens of European countries. In the
United Kingdom every young man is
liable for two years’ service with the
Armed Forces of the Crown.

Meanwhile British, American, French,
Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and
other forces of the British Commonwealth
and of the United Nations are engaged in
full-scale warfare in Korea, Indochina and
Malaya.

This week nearer home huge naval and
military exercises are taking place under
the sponsorship of the North Atlantic



especially children from homes of

Have scientists done more evil
than good in the world?

Four thousand five hundred
members of the British Associa-
tion were challenged by that
question here yesterday when
Professor A, V. Hill* took over
from the Duke of Edinburgh as
president of the famous scientific
society,

After listening to the professor’s
45-minute speech on this ethical
dilemma of science, most of the
people I quizzed were convinced
that the balance is down on the
side of evil—but not through the
scientists’ fault,

Their argument: it would have
been impossible — and it will
remain impossible — to prevent
people making discoveries,

As citizens we all bear an
equal responsibility for the mis-
use of the forces loosed by la-
boratory experiments,

Evil consequences of science are

Treaty Organisation. to x: nang in the torn bomb,

The peace has not been as complete for | vce" â„¢missiies, an eer, Wate
the large countries which bore the brunt | But the most menacing lg, only
of the war as it has been in Barbados. In | >esinning | to appear—the thre&

of world famine and war due to

this island since the war emphasis has |over-population in backward
been wrongly placed on the rights of indi- | °°’" Who Vieni
viduals to a more free and full life while This threat is so ‘immediate

that Professor Hill asked whether
doctors and scientists should stop
trying to lower the death rate in
backward countries until their
people have learned to keep down
their numbers by limitation of
births,

No one, he believes.would dare
to give a straight “Yes” to this
question,

But the fact must be faced that
if the life span of the Indians,
Chinese, and other Eastern races
is lengthened, as it has been in

little attention has been paid to the re-
sponsibilities which must attach to that
enjoyment.

Barbadians who relied during the war
on the armed might of the British Com
monwealth and its Allies to protect them
from occupation and conquest by the
Nazis, today still expect Britain to bear
the burden of freedom’s defence even
when they enjoy lives which are by com-
parison much more “free” than those cf
the traditionally free Englishman.

It is well that the Battle of Britain
should be remembered here, if only with
one wreath on the war memorial.

Fire Station

To The Editor, The Advocate

Sir, — There has been much
already written in your columns
about the site of the new Fire
Station, but it is felt that it would
be well to put a summasy of the
facts before the public so that the
matter should not be forgotten.

lt is an absolute necessity that
}a naw Fire Station should be con-
structed, The present accommoda-
tion js totally inadequate and is
not conducive to efficiency besides
providing no training facilities. A
well equipped and efficient fire
‘fighting force not only performs
jits foremost duty, i.e. the extin-
| guishing of a fire, but also the
\less spectacular duties of inspec-
{tions, control of building con-
\ptruction, tha removal of fire
hazards and general educational
activities, Le. fire prevention, The
Government is to be compliment-
'ed for their action in dealing with

Local Enterprise

THIS week there opened at Speights-
town a butcher’s shop at which locally
grown meat, and locally cured bacon
and ham and pickled pork will be on sale
to the public.

There are three points about this new
enterprise which deserve commendation

In the first place the selection: ol
Speightstown as a site for a properly
equipped butcher’s shop with nearly 800
cubic feet of refrigerated accommodation
is a welcome change from the over-deve!
opment of Bridgetown. | this important matter.

Speightstown is a natural shoppin: fades “atatemte we he. oe
centre for the inhabitants of that town and | through the unsuitability of the
the new shop ought also to be patronized ecerees Ev, ae. aeeeenauee
by the residents of St. Peter, St. James | would say that St. Cecilia is the
and St. Lucy. ‘ ana ae, SPitons the’ best site

Secondly, the existence of a butcher's | should be obtained. Three alterna-
shop selling meat and eventually fish anc Sonic ward sheotn Bh ho pacer
dairy products fills a gap in Barbadian berause of the cost of acquiring
marketing which has been for too lon: ee od ie sak ht to
left open. ino more than a bus-stand and

Thirdly, despite th e pessimistic |Ae2V 9 Mtiure' With the Gab-
approach taken by the Agricultural Soci- | tion “Jubilee Gardens” appearing
ety to the question of marketing, the Bar-
bados Food Products Ltd. has not been
daunted but has, without any other gov-
ernment assistance than that offered to all
Pioneer Industries, shown initiative and
enterprise at a time when helplessness

jin a recent Sunday Advocate is
inot the site in question), This is

and tugging-at-the-apron-strings of gov-

ernment is prevalent.

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undoubtedly the best site the
|city has to offer, The land is al-
ready Government owned, There
is a difficulty in providing a site
for the Leeward Buses and cars

now parked her, but this is less

important and could be overcome.

The old Central Foundry site

is the next best site. If it is a

fact that a large 4-storey build-



Too much praise cannot be bestowed | ing er be built = owing

: to foundation ifficu Ss, n

on any effort to encourage the rearing and | this should definitely be used for
marketing of livestock locally. The new [oe yp ot “ee The sr eae
cv ' ae gs yt | ciated with nis site wi be no
enterprise deserves success and will en- more than that occasioned by the
> rage - needed developments in| hammering of the coopers which
weerage further ® ne will be clearly heard either at
allied fields. Temple Yard or Jubilee Gardens,

Our Readers Say:

peculiar selectivity for doctors,

Prevention
The second reason for the im-

characteristic of all vitamins,



At the time of writing there are
over 160 medical men as personal
patients at The Shute Institute,
London, Ont. Dr. Wilfred Shute
reports that there are many more
who are taking Vitamin E on
their own, Presumably what is
good enough for them is good
enough for their patients. Early
last month one appeared who had
been a successful surgeon in
California. After a heart attack
he had been given Vitamin E by
his doctor. He merely came up to
London for regulation of dosage.
He used these words to Dr. Shute
“Everybody is using it for the
treatment of heart disease in
California!”—a pleasant but slight
exaggeration, perhaps.

Some of us never read the
obituary notices before 40, or take
particular notice of the words
“heart-attack,” “coronary throm-
bosis” ete., ascribing these melan-
choly tidings to the misfortunes
of others—nevey ourselves. Heart
disease was unknown before the
miller removed the wheat germ
in his effort to produce a white
flour not preserving qualities
Some wit suggested as a routine
for health “up at seven; breakfast
at eight back in bed at nine.” If
you cannot afford this luxury, it
is high time you replaced the life
giving wheat ge in your diet
by taking Vitamin B_ (Alpha
Tocoferol). Used not only as a
prophylactic by many athletes to
relieve heart-pressure, making
them more long-winded, but used
also by many sensible people not
in a hurry to depart this life.
REQUIZSCAT IN PACE is being
intoned far too often post mortem

the portance of the therapeutic sug- in a society which is given too
i . be bestowed gestion of The Shutes bears upon much to pride and false evolution
on our vitamin starved public, a peculiar function of vitamins, of progress in knowledge and

human understanding.



Fast ?

Chapman Pincher
reports from Belfast

Europe, there will be a serious
world shortage of food and raw
materials.

“There is much talk of human
rights,” the professor said, “But
do human rights extend to un-
limited reproduction with a con-
sequent obligation falling on those
more careful?’

Lengthening the lives of back-
ward people now may mean an
early death for their own chil-
dren and grandchildren — from
fame, ho pointed out.

’ Wiping out malaria and tuber-
culosis in India alone would save
1,500,000 lives a year.

But it would bwfien the coun-
try with 1,500,000 more hungry
mouths,

“Tf ethical principles deny our
rights to do evil in order that
good may come are we justified
in doing good when the fore-
seeable consequence is evil?” the
professor asked,

Ferment

A gigantic five year plan which
has begun in India can only re-
store the near-starvation standard
of life which existed before the
war.

If the population there’ in-
creases at its present rate —
5,000.000 a year—thé country may
be unable to sustain even this
miserable level.

Professor Hill believes that the
Indian population will not ad-
just itself to food supplies for
many years, because it will take





The regulations re one-way
traffic should not be observed by
the Fire Engine when going to a
fire, It should take the nearest
route and all other traffic should
understand that when they hear
the fire siren ghey should draw
out of the road and stop. Points
in favour of the Central Foundry
site are:—

(a) It is on the right side of the
Careenage.
(b) In spite of (a) it is very near
the bridge and will be an
excellent position from which
to get to a fire in Bay Street
and the Pier Head where
there is such a concentration
of risk.
It is equally as near to Broad
Street as it is to Roebuck
Street, The advantage of this
central position is obvious.
Should the north-side Harbour
Scheme be implemented the
fire engine could reach the
Harbour in about 1 minute.
There would be two roads of
approach, either along the
waterfront or down Broad
Street and Fontabelle.

Besides the above, there is
this observation to be mage:

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fires in the past fifteen years.
This site is, therefore, asso-
ciated with fire in the minds
of many in this Island, Per-
haps this is an indication
that the new Fire Station
should be built» here,
PROPERTY OWNER.
Do Something

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—The illustrious (!) author |

(! !) of Nobody’s Diary appar-
ently takes violent objection to
the poor hovels that litter the
countryside, and says so in the
Friday section published on
Saturday, September 13, Now,
no one will attempt to deny that
the ugliness of poverty § is
unbearable to all true artistic
natures and its degradation
revolting to all those who want
to make the most of human life.
I can well believe Nobody when

Is Science Moving On Too

so long to educate Indians
birth limitation.

By educating backward peo-
ples., scientists have been one of
the chief agents in the present
ferment of social and _ political
and economical thought, the pro-
fessor admitted.

And by making world war
technically feasible, they have
helped to stir up national ambi-
tions and revolutions,

“But ean anyone urge that
the majority of mankind could
better have remained isolated
and in ignorance?” ha asked.

Traitors

The professor condemned those
scientists like Dr. Klaus Fuchs
who give away secrets because
their conscience tells them to do
Si

on

oO.

“The scientists have the same
right to freedom of conscience as
any citizen . But freedom does
not extend to giving away other
people’s property whether of
goods or knowledge,” he said.

He lashed out too at those
Communist scientists who write
scientific articles as bait for
putting over political ideas.

Finally, he warned against
placing too much reliance on
science in the future and called
for fuller co-operation between
science and religion in these
words

“The belief that the improve-
ment of man’s estate can be
achieved by _ scientific methods
tlone without a moral basis to

society is a perilous illusion,”
*Professor Archibald Vivian Hill,
of University College, London Is 65;
is the world’s greatest authority on
muecle and the physiology of athletes;
Nobel Prize winner; sat as Independ-
ent M.P for Cambridge University,
1940 to 1945,
—LES.

which has apparently existed in
the world for thousands ‘of years
without inspiring anyone but a

single much abused sect to try
to correct it scientifically, he
would join the prophets and
workers who have devoted their
lives to abolishing such an
appalling waste.

We all know what the two

cardinal causes of poverty are.)
Only the utter ignoramus can hon-
estly say he doesn’t know that
they were exposed a century ago,
and only the most impossible |
hypocrite can deny those causes
and pretend that the system which
breeds them is the best and
brainiest thingpever produced by
the mind of. man, Only the
emptiest of f can ignore the
filth and of poverty by
pretending that it has nothing
to do with them, and only the
most spiritless invertebrate is not
roused to indignation by its law-
less waste of human lives.

I suggest that Nobody becomes
Somebody by doing something
about poverty And when I say
doing something about it* J]
don’t mean writing about it. He
ought to make it his life’s mis-
sion to understand what causes
it and, using that understanding,
not let himself rest until he has
worn himse’ lf out fighting the
crippler with scientific economics
and heedless determination.

OPKIN|

A. S.
13.9.52. _
Spanish Books

To The Editor, The Advocate

Sir—The only point on your
issue which calls for comment is
that over foreign books. It is
really astonishing for readers of
Spanish Language and particu-
larly for Venezuelans families
Staying in the Island, that not a
single book will be found in Span-
ish at the Library for them to read.
In considering \ recommendations
for books, the Acting Public
Librarian may kindly give a
thought to the matter on the
grounds of good cultural under-



standing and relationship with P
» dave Shihan oe 7. ” our
he says; “Barbados has a lot to mutual visitors and friends Feten|
offer tourists but the sight of overseas aa
houses disintegrating in front of 3

your eyes still makes me sick.” or

If he is sufficiently moved by Worthing
this disgusting state of affairs |

6th Sept. 1952.

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NEW YORK.

g COLEMAN
ARE London hotels driving dollar tourists|# PRESSURE
away from the Coronation? Are they “hold- z LANTERNS

ing up” Americans for the very last dollar?
Mr. Roy Male, owner of a travel bureau
on Madison-avenue, accuses the hotels of

Gas and Kerosine
300 and 500 Candle

. ICANE LANTERNS AND GL
year. She will pay 2,000 dollars (abou: = nn

£700) for one week in an hotel on the pro-
cession route. The room must have a win-
dow or, preferably, a balcony.

“The lowest price at which we can get such
a room is 3,000 dollars (more than £1,000).
But I think you'll agree that £1,000 for one
100m for a week is steep.”

The woman, member of a_ millionaire

family, has decided to cross Britain off her
list. ?

Cc. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472

SCOPES PEELS

% .
doing just this. %
aren _— to book % MANTLES
in order get higher rates at}
EN iach destnnttte 3 300 and 500 Candlepower
Said Mr. Male to-day: “We have a wealthy 8 Gancnens nee eee
client, a woman who goes abroad every|$ es : a





Mr. Male says British officials keep begging
travel agents to persuade tourists not to dash
off to the Continent after two days in London.

The length of time a traveller stays is often
decided by his agent.

BACK from Britain today, Walt Disney
said he is going to make his fourth live action
film there. It is to be the story of Rob Roy,
starring, Richard Todd, and will be made
near Stirling Castle, in Scotland.

IN the revolutionary war more than 170
years ago, General George Washington
created the Purple Heart medal for gallant
wounded soldiers. Sergeant Daniel Bissell
got the first one from Washington. Today
his descendant. Second Lieutenant John
Bissell, got one in Korea.

JUST OFF Fifth-avenue Mr. John creates
hats for screen star Joan Crawford, stage
star Mary Martin, and similar celebrities.

They are hand-made. :

Today Mr. John maintains that his head-
gear are not hats. They are “millinery
creations.”

For the local United Hatters, Cap, and
Millinery Workers’ Union has a picket line
around him, They are trying to make his
workers join.

Not our specialists, says Mr. John.

They make hats, don’t they? the union
leaders ask, And that’s where Mr. John

says no. $99 Sam

“ADLAIT bares his sole,” says the headline
over a picture of presidential candidate
Stevenson, Governor of Illinois. He sits
with a leg over one knee, the bottom of his
shoe showing. In the sole is a large hole.

A BRITISH play is to open Broadway’s
new season. “Sea-gulls Over Sorrento,”
by Hugh Hastings, running in London since
1949, is booked for September 11 at the
Golden Theatre.

Last season many British plays were
savaged by the Seven Butchers of Broadway,
the seven most important drama critics.
Most of the shows died quickly and pain-
fully. ty

MR. CLARENCE {D. HOWE, Canadian
Defence Production Minister, is to receive
the Hoover Medal for distinguished public

Bedsteads

service at the 100th meeting of the Americar 3 ft.

Society of Civil Engineers. , prings
Some 31,000 people from 61 U.S. anc ome

foreign scientific and engineering groups wi! 4 ft. 6”

take part in the Society’s “Centennial o
Engineering” which opened today in Chicago

*

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BRITAIN leads in jet transport.

Mattresses

This admission is from General Fisen- D C t & C Ltd
hower, It appears in an interview given by a OS a 0., °

him to Wayne Parrish, editor of American
Aviation.

And tonight Time magazine says: “Wher
Britain began testing the world’s first jet air
liner three years ago U.S. plane builders an
airline executives looked down their noses

“They are changing their tune a bit. The
Comet begins to look like the new queen of
the airways.”

The U.S. builders are hopping mad over an
announcement that their Government is
going to buy three foreign fighters—Vickers’
Supermarine Swift, an Italian version of th:
De Havilland Venom, and the French
Mystere. |

* *
BUT an Ohio newspaper says: “If th

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buy Comets? After all, the British bougi: RB Fis Ja pore
= eef Suet 7. oer
our planes.
Answers C. R. Smith, of American Air- ok eee
lines U.S. manufacturers can and will build DESSERTS
better jet liners than the Comet. Gerdes

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Corn Starch
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Fruit Salad
Fruit Cocktail

As for Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, he:
of Eastern Air lines, who left England las’
night for New York, this interesting report
has reached Washington:—

He wants a Comet to fly for a few weeks pees Pe
experimentally from New York to San Jua Peaches Whit: 5 A asSh

“Kam”
All Pork Product

88c, per tin
Product of Canada
Grape Nut Flakes

37c, per pkg.

GODDARDS FOR SERVICE

Just Arriced

Box Fish
Ufillet Biscuits
Sugar Cured Bacon

Puerto Rico and De Havilland, makers of
the Comet. He is waiting for De Havilland
to say — this week — when they can build
Comet III’s—1955, 1956, or 1957.

When they tel! him he has promised a de
cision in 90 days on a purchase |



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Steel Structure Will
Support Water Mains

THE ground work for the launching of the steel bridge
to cross Belle Gully and carry the 20 inch arterial water
main from Belle Pumping Station to Grandview Reservoir
and on in 15 inch mains to Brittons Reservoir is well ad-

vanced.

The ‘component parts of the
bridge which has a 110 foot span
heave now all been received and
sorted out, and their fitting to-
gether started. They are galvan-
ised to withstand the corrosive
action of salinity in the air.

In addition to the pipe the
bridge will carry a footpath,

It is proposed to launch the
bridge after erection on the south
bank (My Lord’s Hill side) as
one unit. The complete struc-
ture weighs 18 tons.

Mr. W. H. E. Garrod, Chief En-
gineer, Waterworks Department,
said yesterday that the launching
of the bridge as one unit “is no
mean task, and involves a large
amount of preparation, both
theoretical and practical.

It is hoped to complete the
launching by the end of next
month,



Wounding Case
Adjourned

His Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday adjourned
until September 23 the case in
which 34-year-old domestic serv.
ant Alice Small of Tudor Street,
St. Michael is charged with
wounding Police Constable Fos-
ter by biting him on his finger.

The charge stated that the

offence was committed on June ed

30 in Tudor Street.

Mr, F. Smith is appearing on
behalf of Small while Inspector
Franklyn is conducting the case
for the Police.

CASE DISMISSED.



The case in which the Police
chargéd Goulbourne King of
Spooners Hill, St. Michael with
driving the motor bus M-684 on
White Park Road in a dangerous
manner, was dismissed by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith with.
out prejudice yesterday,

Sgt. Forde who prosecuted for
the Police from information re-
ceived appealed against the de-
cision. Mr. J. E. T, Brancker ap-
peared in the case for King.

Police Constable Freeman said
that on June 18 he saw King
driving the motor lorry in a dan.
gerous manner on White Park
and reported him,

When he saw the defendant he
was trying to overtake another
vehicle and to avoid an accident
another motorist had to draw up
on one side of the road to let the
defendant's vehicle ss.

Mr. Brancker submitted that it
was not proved by the prosecu-
tion that the defendant did drive
in a dangerous manner and as it
was a criminal case he submitted
that there was no criminal in-
tent and the case should be dis-
missed,

40/- FOR OVERLOADING.

“His Worship Mr. Cc. L, Walwyn
Police Magistrate of District
“A” yesterday fined Oswald



Boyce of Station Hill, St. Michael

40/- for overloading a motor bus

on Roebuck Street on July 29
about 11.05 a.m,

The fine is to be paid in 14
days or in default one month’s
imprisonment with hard labour.
Police Constable Freeman said
that while on duty on Roebuck
Street on July 29 he saw the bus
M-2540 with the defendant as
conductor. The bus appeared to
be overloaded and a_ check
showed that there were 37 pas-
sengers in it. The bus is scheduled
to carry 31 passengers,

Boyce had 11 previous convic-
tions for overloading.

RODE WITHOUT LIGHT:
FINED.

A fine of 15/- to be paiq in 14
days or one month’s imprison-
ment with! hard labour was yes-
terday
labourer David Mapp of Haggatt

Hall, St. Michael by His Worship
Cc. L. Walwyn who found

Mr.
him guilty of riding his bicycle
along Pine Road, St, Michael
about 7.45 p.m, without a light
on August 9.

His Worship Mr, Walwyn told
Mapp that it is a serious practice
and one that could cause serious
accidents,

Sgt. Alleyne attached to Cen-

* tral Station prosecuted for the

Police from information receiv-

COMMITTED TO _ SESSIONS.

William Thompson of Hother-
sal Turning, St. Michael and Ru-
Bibby
Lane, St. Michael both labourers,
were yesterday committed by His
Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith to the
sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions on a charge of

dolph Applewhaite of

next

house breaking and larceny on
July 10,

THEFTS REPORTED.

Evelyn Greenidge of Church
Village, St. Michael reported to
the Police that her black travell-
ing bag containing $83 was

stolen from the counter of the,

Government
September 13.

Ottalese Jordan of Tudor Gap,
Westbury Road, reported the
thefé of a wrist watch valued at
$35 from her house sometime be-
tween 7.40 a.m, and 7.45 a.m, on
September 12.

Frank Gittens also reported
that his .25 colt revolver which
he left in a drawer in his bed-
room was stolen from there
sometime between 7.30 a.m, on
September 12 and 8.30 p.m. on
September 13, He said that the
number of the revolver is 404425,

Savings Bank on

Arthur Lopey a labourer of
Walkers Bay, St. Andrew report-
ed that thieves raided his yard
on September I8 and took away
five fowls which he valued at $6.

The Police are making inves-
tigations into all these reports.



Cotton Conference

Opens

LONDON, Sept. 16.

Officials of the International
Cotton Conference which opens
here on Wednesday said on Tues-
day that the’ conference would be
concerned with competition from
the United States and India as
much as that from Japan in the
world textile trade,

The conference was due to start
at 09.45 G.M.T. in the Incorpo-
rated Accountant’s Hall on the
Westminster embankment of the
river Thames. It will be attended
by more than 60 delegates from
11 countries, including Britain,
the United States, India, Japan,
Holland, France, Italy, Germany,
and Belgium, with observers from
Switzerland and Sweden,

The officials of the Cotton Board
who are arranging the conference
said that there was no fixed
agenda and that it would be wrong
to assume that the main topic for



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Today

discussion would be Japanese com-
petition, Japanese competition to-
day is not so severe as it was in
pre-war days. But there was in-
creaséd competition from other
exporting countries, India, for ex-
ample, was exporting four times
as much before the war, the offi-
cials said, ]
After tomorrow's opening session
here the cotton conference dele-
gates are due to be entertained
by British government officials at
a reception in the evening and
then the conference will move on
to Buxton in Derbyshire where
it is expected to last until Sep-
tember 26,
Visiting

delegates are assem-

bling here today and already there
the conference is
separate
camps seeking to maintain or cap-
in
South East Asia and Africa.—U.P.

are signs that

likely to produce two

tune {co¥ton textile markets

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JAPANESE MOVIE FANS block Tokyo's famed Ginza as juvenile screen
star Margaret O’Brien (arrow) Tides by, perched on the back of a car,
Beside her is Bibari Misori, Japanes* child actress, with whom Mar-
garet will make pictures in Japan. Between them is Mts. oO’ D.
has accompanied her daughter on the tour. (International Radiophoto)







F. K. BJERKHAMN, a 12-year-old
night.



THE 10,333 ton French
in port this morning from

Those arriving from tungston,
Jamaica were :— Mr. John But.
ler, Miss Sheila Grice, Miss
Julia Morgan. Those arriving
from Curacao were Mr. Neville
Dummett and Miss Alviana
Lelli. From Venezuela were M.
Melendez Pirela, H, Melendez
Pirela, C. Pirela Melendez, E.
Pirela Melendez, M. Melendex de
Pirela, M. Ramirez de Pirela, L.
de Acarregui, E. Acarregui, D.
Uzeategui, Cabrera de Ozcateguy
and Mr. Valerie McComie,

Three hours after its arrival,
the De Grasse weighed anchor
and left port on its way to Eng-
land, Its agents here are Messrs.
R. M. Jones & Co, Ltd.

RODNEY EXPECTED.

The S.S. Lady Rodney is ex-
pected to arrive in port on
Thursday, 18th, with passengers
and general cargo for the island.
It is due to sail the same even-
ing for St, Vincent, Grenada,
Trinidad and British Guiana.

f.gents for the Lady Rodney
are Gardiner Austin & Co. Ltd.
LIGHTERS REPAIRED.

Many lighters are at present
undergoing repairs and are being
ainted in the inner Careenage.
orkmen with only small rafts
beneath them, were seen yester-
Gay at the job of painting and
chipping the lighters,

C.0.L. Index Down
Another Point

The cost of living index figure
dropped another point last month
to record 311 points as against
312 for the month of July. The
August figure is the same as
was the figure for January when
thera was a jump from 292 in
December last year to 311.

In February the index record-
ed a jump of three points, but
dropped a point in March. The
figures for April, May and June
remained at 313, and in July
there was a drop of one point.

The increase on all items since
1939 is 210.62 per cent, while
that on food is 194.06 per cent.

Fell Off Bicycle:
Treated For Cuts

Leslie Carter of Dunlow Lane,
St. Michael was treated at the
General Hospital for cuts on
this head after he fell from a
bicycle on Dunlow Lane about
8.30 am, yesterday

At the tima of the incident
Carter was sitting on the bar
of the bicycle. Alonza Best was
the rider.

WEDDING

Brathwaite—Brathwaite

On Sunday last a quiet wedding
took place at Mount Tabor Church.
St. John between Mr, Jan Brath-
waite, the son of Mr, Johnie
Vaughan,
tine Brathwaite, the daughter of
Mr.
Hall, at 2 o'clock.







headdress was
and she wore a veil of lace
trimmed with silver sequins and
ribbon, Her bouquet was
Queen lace and snap dragon.
The bridesmaid wore a dress of
blue nylon sheer triramed with
pink rose buds, Rev, A. C. Pilgrim
performed the ceremony.



Engineer Dies

(From Our Own Correspondent

ANTIGUA, Sept. 16.
L/Cpl. Allan Francis, Engineer
of a police laundh who was
severely injured when an explo-
sion occurred destroying
launch last Friday died at Hol-
berton hospital to-day.



In Touch With Barbados
. Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (West Indies)
Ltd., advise that they can now cor
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station

5.5. Jutahy, 8.8. S. Rosa, 8.5. Romana
s.s

Punta Cloia, s.s. Petrakis Nomico:



11k, 8.8. Regent Caribou, 8.68 Kirn, |
6.8. Agathi, s.s. Vianna, 5.8. HMyrcanis
8.5. Planter, s.s. Nerselady, 8.8. Grays |
Harbor, 5.8 Baltore, s.s. Utilitas,
Alcoa Pennant, s.s. Audrey I, s
Fides, 8.5 Dolores, s.s. Archangelo
8.8. Springbank, s.s. Heron, s.s. Fort |
St Louis, 5.5 Pinnacles, s.s Alcoa
Planter, s.s. S. Monica, 5.8. Cape C

8.8. Riodale, s.s. Brazil, s.s. Del Santc
s.s. Auriga, s.s. Folke Bernadotte, #5
Lady Rodney, s.s. Paz, 8.8 Federa
Voyager, s.s. Mlustr s.s. 9. Eliseo
&.s. Shabonee, s. Hera, s.s. De Gra

s Euros, s Skauvanr wi

stad. Mormacpenn, 5 Ur
Pioneer







butterfly in his home at Maxwell b

From wing tip to wing tip the butterfty measures 7
| proboscis (sometimes called the “tongue”) is 6 inches long.



and Maximilia Celes- |
James Brathwaite of Drax |

The bride, who was given in|
Marriage by her father, wore a}

dress of pearl satin and lace. The |
of vase flowers, |

of |





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LARGE HUTTERFLY

1

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|
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pupil of Lodge School caught this
etween 7 and 8 o'clock on Monday

inches; its



“De Grasse” Arrives In
Port: Stays 3 Hours

Liner S.S. De Grasse arrived
Jamaica, Curacao and Vene-

zuela, with passengers for the island.



182 Quarries
Registered At
Labour Dept.

One hundred and eighty-two
quarries have been registered up
to the Sth September, 1952, ac-
cording to figures given by the
Labour Department yesterday.
The Quaries Act, 1951 (9) came
into force on the Ist of March this
year.

Mr. R. N. Jack, Acting Labour
Commissioner told the Advocate
yesterday that 161 applications
have been made for licenses to
operate quarries, Of that number
67 licenses have so far been grant-
ed. Seventy-four applicants have
been refused licenses to operate
quarries until certain requirements
have been fulfilled. There were
20 quarries to be inspected,

The Acting Labour Commis-
sioner emphasised that “it is the
responsibility of the owner of any
quarry, which is in open or un-
enclosed land within fifty yards
of any highway or place over
which the public is allowed to
pass, to keep this quarry reason-
ably fenced for the prevention of
accidents, ‘

Injured Schoolboy
Kept At Hospital

Carol Best a 13-year-old school-
boy of School Lane, Halls Road,
St. Michael was detained at the
General Hospital suffering from
head injuries after he was in-
volved in an accident with the
motor lorry X-452 owned by
Bentley Plantation and driven by
Alexander Gollop of Bentley,
Christ Church about 1,30 p.m.
yesterday on Tweedside Road, St.
Michael,

Best was riding the bicycle
M-3326 at the time of the acci-
dent. Tihe bicycle was extensive-
ly damaged. Latest reports from
the Hospital said that the condi-
tion of Best was serious,





Canadian Dollar
Unchanged

The Canadian dollar was un-
ehanged at a premium of 4 1/4
per cent in terms of United States
funds in Foreign Exchange deal-
ings. The pound sterling was up
1/8 of a cent at $2.78 3/8.

In Montreal the American
dollar closed at a discount of
41/16 per cent in terms of
Canadian funds up 1/32 from

Monday's close. The pound ster-
up

ling was $2.67 1/8
Monday.-—(CP)

1/4 from

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Removal Of Canada Driven.

4-Ton Crane ToMore Trade |
Completed With U.S.A.



The removal from the Lower By FRANK SWANSON.
Wharf of the four-ton crane of OTTAWA, Sept. 10 |
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd., was _ Falling imports from the ster- |

compleicd on Sunday. ling area are driving Canada more |

Nu. Nat Butcher, who claims and more to the United State
Uiai la his time he has removed in the trade sphere, Canada will
four cranes, and put down three, state at the Commonwealth Prim
now adds one more to his list of Ministers’ conference next No-
femovals, vember.

1 Mionday, the 8th September, Canada has already indicated i

Nat began to work about mid- 2 memorandum on the propo
< fuc bese of the crane Was conference agenda that Pri
ce, qown in solid concrete, Minister St, Laurent and 1

a aS Of
'

that spot for over 14 Canadian delegation plan to tc!!
, Britain and other Commonweal
crane will be re-erected on representatives that the sterliny

The
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ihe other. side of the wharf by area is missing repeated tre

Ca Lane, Opposite Da Costa opportunities in Canada.

& Co., Ltd., Warehouse.

FURITAN IN” PORT. In te Canadian view part
— the unbalance in trade with

The Alcoa Steamship “Puritan’’ Commonwealth could be correcte:|
is ‘in port taking a cargo of 4,600 if the United Kingdom and oth:
tons of sugar for Halifax and Mon- member countries would take +
treal Also in port is the S.S. vantage of opportunities here {1
“Scholar”, which is also taking a the sale of goods Canada i

cargo of 1,800 tons of sugar for buying from non-sterHng cou \-





London, These two vessels are tries.

dte to sail this evening and the There are many fields wh:
iocal agents are Messrs. Da Costa Commonwealth couniries en)
& Co., Ltd. preference of from 10 to 20 pe
GROUNDSMEN AT WORK. cent but where imports from 1 \¢!
imionjppanssigtingsmplenspenene acatamaatenirirenpSnepets U.S, and other non-sterling cou 1-

Work on the Princess Alice ytries predominate.

Playing Field is going on full In the last six months the 1
speed Yesterday groundgmen trade deficit with Canada :
were seen getting rid of the tall reached a total of 234 millioa
gress, and preparing the tennis dollars (about £95 = millic
lawn for play, The Playing Field This is 20 million dollars |

million) more than the deficit for
all of 1951,

Canadian exports to Brit:
have risen by 55 per cent, but |

is looking much tidier now, and
players will have no difficulty in
the out field.

1,000 GALLONS MONTHLY.

More than 1,000 gallons of E.C.
are sold at the E.C. Factory every
month, Government offices have
their share of E.C., but are not
included in the cash sales book.
The E.C. is made of salt and lime,
and the machinery is driven by
electricity.



by 28 per cent.

Exports to other Commo -
wealth countries are up 40
cent imports down by 87 per c«

Already Trade Minister C. |)
Howe has told Britain that Ca
ada has been unable on many co-
casions to get deliveries of heavy
machinery from Britain,
has ordered the machinery
the United States instead.

—L.ES

Hoyos Will Read
Paper At Press Clu’)

Mr. F. A, Hoyos, M.A,
Leader Writer of the Barba
Advocate will vead a paper
8 o’clock tonight at the Barba:
Press Club, No. 53 Swan St
on “The life and era of Clen
Wickham.”

Mambers and their friends a
cordially invited, |



from

Decision

Postponed

In the Court of Error yester-
day, His Lordship the Chief Jus-
tice, Sir Allan Collymore post-
poned giving his decision until
Friday week in a case in which
Winifred Scantlebury of Mt.
Standfast appealed against the
decision of His Honour Mr, G, L.
Taylor, of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Original Jurisdiction, who
ordered her to give up possession
of 32 perches of land belonging
to Beatrice Young of New York. |

Young is acting through Clar-
ence G. Edwards of Prospect, St.
James, Her counsel is Mr, E. K,
Walcott, instructed by Messrs
Cottle Catford & Co., Solicitors,

Mr. W. W. Reece, instructed by
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
Solicitors appeared on behalf of
Scantlebury,

Case Law Cited

Yesterday Counsel for
side cited case law,

Young claimed that she was |
entitled to the possession of 32!
perches of land, formerly part of |
lands of Mt, Standfast Plantation.

The land was conveyed to her
by Indenture of conveyance dated
22nd April, 1910, and made be-



for

NEVER BE WITHOUT

Roots P.R.
Tableis

This is the formula;
each Acid Acetyl Sal (Aspirin)
ar. 3%
Phenacetin gr, 2
Caffein gr. %
Phenoiphihal gr. 4}

4

For the Speedy Relief of pain
Quickly relieve headache,

tween Eustace G, Pilgrim and Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
herself, Neuritis and all nerve I
Scantlebury wrongfully took pains n)
é sti )
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value of which does not exceed reduce the high temperature
£10 per annum, | associated with severe colds i)
She claimed possession and chills

and
mesne profits, |

His Honour of the Assistant
Court of Appeal gave Young
judgement with costs, ordering
Scantlebury to give up possession
in 10 days or to be ejected,

In the Court of Appeal, Original
Jurisdiction, Scantlebury said that
her husband had been paying
taxes for the land since 1927 and
after he died she had continued
to pay taxes.

They help to restroe Bowe! |
vity to normal regularity, |, |
80 essential in cases of i



and chills {

Although rapid and cer- ‘
tain in action P.R, tablets do }
not contain any harmiu!
Drugs and will not upset th
heart nor cause digesti\

disturbances,
PRICE: 2/- PER BOTTLE |



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LTD.

Selling Agent for Boots
Pure Drug Co,

Car Destroyed |

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The car A~38 was completely |
dastroyed by fire while it. was
being driven by Ivan Bourne of |
Walkers, St. Andrew along
Greenland Road, St, Andrew on
Septernbegr 15,

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THESE SPECIAL QUOTATIONS



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SPOT CASH SALES ONLY.
As soon as the specified quantities have
heen disposed of the remainder of our
stock will immediately revert to the

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CLASSIFIED ADS. | Pemte sates jenmic vortens

TELEPHON
DIED }










er 16, Mary Daniel.!
leave near Rices,
clock this evening
t Church and thence
Cemetery. Friends are



Methc





sked to attend

Pitz Herbert Daniel (husband). ]} Just received a new shipment including
(Trinidad Papers please copy) 2to 3, 5 ton Trucks, Vans Pickups
Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,



17.9.52

IN MEMORIAM









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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







GOVERNMENT NOTICES



——__



























|p

’ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952
CFFICIAL NOTICE

ARBADOS.





— 2508 REAL ESTATE NOTICE. ——— REDIFFUSION SERVICE LICENCES i IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
> . ny ‘ i | In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
FOR SALE ape NGALOW, at Hastings on the sga.| MUTUAL ule soo The public are reminded that licences for Rediffusion Receivers |»aving or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance in ot
‘eeze. ial 3355 ae ANCE SOCIETY must be re ed by th : : affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
11.9.52 -6n Samuel PI "eke ne : us . renewe y e 30th September at the Public Treasury by | bring before me an account of their cla with their witnesses, documents and
, - WILDING SITES — at Wrisntog | °°. “eposition that, Police wa" #pads | presenting the licence and paying the fee of five shillings. vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours uf
AUTOMOTIV and at Bayswater, ‘Deasent | Oat, ae, hae been lost, and havior 13.9.52.—2n oi Sut Deters the Ooh Gay Of Roveniber, ‘tod : Coch clas may
Set. Assi ts he = mode application te the’ Dives ne . . ridgetown, lore the y iovernber, 1952 in order that such c’ may











————

ee Oo grant a dupiicate of the same NOTY
MMERCIAL VEHICLES— is heveby given that unless any Siete

5 raised within one month of the date

hereof, the duplicate Policy asked for

will be fesued
Order,
ce & PEROwNE
Secretary




son & Banfield, Solicitors. Dial 5087.





~ BRITISH COUNCIL SCH HIP
‘CRANE HOUSE” situate in the parish res arenes

of Saint Phill
11.9.52~69. 1) rood and =. peapding os 12 Acres
The House contains six bedrooms. draw-







1







Applications are invited for a British Council Scholarship
for study in the United Kingdom during the academic year 1953/54.





ee
CAR—Wolseley 10 H.P., in good condij-






















_ ing, dining and livi . ; i i
FORDE Th loving memory © of Daisy ten, _Searent offer to $1,300.00, Sourtesy offices, mg roums and usual 10-0 .52—4n 2. These scholarships are primarily intended for men and women
. whe departed th >- - -9.52—Gn. i@ Above will be set up for sale at) ~~~ — - (preferably between 25 d 35 f h i it;
ath, 1948 ———— —_—— ] public Compeett : p ably betwee 5 an years of age) who are university
gh CAR — Hillman Convertibi. ition on Friday the 26: NOTICE ; ; i
t sorrow far from sin le owner ld f ate: > ia as &
Sed beyond al! grief and pain. detven., Only done 4,000 miles Catt office Ped the tata ete * Dae Bt the ‘kn oF st ANDREW cee : I pane a By aay ee ae Avetioe
s down, this fresh young e ° - 8496 -9.52—6n. r e vacan sts f 5 Wii, 10 Wwever, cons) re rr can requiring is
has caved from weary strife. > % GTON & SEALY, — |Sextons at St. Saviours Chapel and at St. Pacademi deg ; me
“0S be remembered by Mrs. Rosinaf CAR—One Morris Oxford, 1950 model, as Street Simons Chapel will be received by the | “C2¢emic courses involving attachment to industrial firms, hospitals
Forde (mother), Mr. Gladstone Forde] Mileage: 19.000, In excellent condition. -9,52| undersigned up to Wednesday Sept. 24th.| and non-academic institutions.

Forde | (mother jretta Bruce aunt), Mrs | Apply Mr. Corbin, 5136 Office,8312 Home. HOUSE SPOT containing 16,900 square|mit’ be. secc nant, Applications

Nv elias Kellman (aunt; U.S.A.), >
r Forde (uncie) 17.9.52— in





SMALS-—-n loving m



September lith, 1950,
May she rest in peace.
James Alberti Small (husband), De-‘y
Cuthbert, Cyril (children) ie
17.9.52—1n

FOR RENT ,

HOUSES

BABBS PLANTATION HOUSE-—'t
Lucy, ideally situated. Apply: A. G
Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James or
N. E. Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lin

17.9,.52—t



















cen
CULDUNE, Cattlewash, St. Joseph
Yully Purnished including Refrige: :
4 Bedrooms, For October, November,
December 1952. Phone 910 Mra. 4. 5S
Fynoe 10.9.52-—2n












LAT & HO Fully furnishee. *t





‘ILFRACOMBE — ON-SEA, Maxweil
Coast. Excellent sea bathing, fully fur-
nished, Fridge, telephone and radio, 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, Parlour and dining








mory of my belov + J Owner
wife Mis, ‘Estelle Beatrice Small, d Owner bought new car. Ring 4621













. Appl
Standfast, St. James, 16 ae at ie ae on

MOTORCYCLE: Th
cylinder B.S.A. Motorcycle, Good condi- prewing cad Danian ‘eee Gallery,|of the snid estate, C/o R. S. Nicholls








GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6.000)™F., Chas. Field.

Lawreseo on-Sea. Phone 3503. OHMS. Just eived a limited
2.3.82-1 {.n, Jeall early. Rr eae















































3. The grant of a scholarship normally provides for steamship

16.9 .52-—3n | feet, with option of further 5,400 . ft
sq. fares to and from the United Kingdom, necessary travel, course fees,

situated on Pine saa ;
CAR—One Ford Prefect Car 1001.lon one ‘side and” Kean a

must be accompanied hy B
Health certificates. . mene





Cc. ALAN SK



























driven 7,400 miles. As new. | Electricity and iva’ Pedi hen Vestry Clerk, provision of text-books and subsistence allowance in the United

.m Geraid Hudson, Pine Hill. Tel. 3862. % Andrew Kingdom.

nC oc—ne | JEHOVAH JING, St. Geonse, sith —— 4. Application forms and further information may be obtained

OR See aie ty Baath |ceeoeamatly is,cctes nd Float oe from the British Counell, “Wakefield”, White Park, Bridgetown, to
11.9.52—6n. | and bath upstairs and Gowauhales a wae sia one” Estate os ‘baa whom completed application forms should he returned before 31st

MORRIS OXFORD 1952 MODEL, less Pamee wnidene mak teokaas Sans e Deceased October, 1952. .

han 2,500 miles. Owner bought | r res off NOTICE is hereby given that al! é ing i i

ae Se eam jerger Jcanes and 1 acre of potatoes. I tion ae’ hatha nee (aaa ae ieee 5. Final selection will be made by the British Council in Lon-

any day except Sunday. Apply Wile],

62—6n. : gainst or affecting the estate of Edmund
11.9, Hams on premises, 13.9.52—Yn. | 1 awrence Dear, deceased, late of Hinds-
bury Road in the parish of Saint
Michael in this Island, who died in or
since the year 1933 intestate, are re-
quested to send in particulars of their
claims duly attested to the undersigned
LEILA JOYCE FOSTER, administratrix

don from among candidates recommended by the Representative in
Barbados advised by a local selectidn committee.










(1999) | “KINNOUL” at BANK HALL MAIN
t corner of entrance to Year-



17.9.52—3n.








15,282 square feet of land, part
which is used as an orchard. 5 vy





One (1) 5 H.P. twin

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming amy estate, right or interest or any lien of incumbrance in or
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and chers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of noon
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridge-
town, before the 31st day of October, 1952 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respective)
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and |
deprived of all claims on or against the sald property.

Plaintiff; LINDSAY ERCIL RYEBURN GILL

akiast
Hen AD, Bn Give, ,cioraen- Host [Rew 2 bedrooms, wit earns | Suc” Braces onor pte,
ge. Phone or 4308 19.¥.00-da tee an0 rma water} — Pantry anc|3ist day of October 1952, after which
-9.52— e1 + @nd usu conveniences shal ‘distribu
Government water and electricity inst.i- Goto, 5 Pn A a

~ we pesets of the deceased among the parties
ELECTRICAL “ rea room in Yard. entitled thereto having regard only to
pection on application to the Tenant.| such claims of which I shall then have

had notice and I will not be liable for
the essets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed to any person of whose debt

BARBADOS.













by "Public “Competition at ‘mar Othe.
C. Maffei & Co. Ltd. y Ee our Office.
11,9.53—t.f.2y, | 28mes Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 1th[or claim I shall not then have had
, | September at 2 p.m. notice
3 YEARWOOD & BOYCE,| And oll persons indebted to the said
LIVESTOCK Solicitors. Estate are reanested to settle their
ioral 10.9.52—£n. | indebtedness without delay.


















roorna, usual offices, Electric and water| PUPPIES — Dobermann-Pinscher — —- Dated this 20th day of Aum 1952. Defendant: CLYDE HARCOURT MARSHALL
s t Pre bred — 6 HILLRISE ated this 952 :
instatied,, xaies TEs, 17.9.54—t i.n. “Lorne” (opp. Sea Vow Get noo, a 1 LEILA JOYCE FOSTER, Property: FIRST ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Sealy Hall





ROOM—Large Cool Room upstairs No.
4 Fiat “Cilfton’, Bay Street, near Chelsea
Road. To be seen from 1] a.m. — 5 p.m.
17.9. 8—lo
















OFFICES

OFFICES-—In our Building in Lower










Broad = Street. Available from ist
October, K. R. Hunte & Co Lid,
Dial 4611. 3.9.52—tin

TOP FLOOR -— Synagogue Building,






off James Street. Suitable for offices,

Ground Floor tenanted by Barbados} Co.,"" Coleridge Street. Phone 5108.

Turf Club. Apply Hutchinson & Ban-
field, Solicitors. Dial §097, 14.9.52—3n.
FCRISsE sn OR ASESIDen In sO

WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS

citS wanted, respectable hom
n t working girls and school
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St. Lawrence, Worthing or Rock!

district Please write Denis Hart, c'0/S$

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11.9,62—5n.

PLANTS—About 60 weil rooted Plum-
bago, also 10 roots of Red Fig—Banannas
and 8 pure bred Pullets 4-5 months old,
Write “Little Battalys” St. Peter.

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DURING A STORM— if
the. centre of the storm
passes directly over there
will -be a lull in the wind
lastibg for a few minutes
to half an hour. Stay in a
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— | Garrison. 17.9.52—2n GRAEME HALL TERRACE, Administratrix of Estate of






























































in the parish of Saint John in this Island ccntaining by_admeasure-
















wig CHRIST CHU Edmund Lawrence Dear, or * ment One acre ten perches or thereabouts Abutting and Bounding on
MECHANIC uiinat uae occupied by Mrs -8.52—4 er of oe “ue Une on lands eee herd and on the poblic
AL m — oad or however e e same may al together with th:

This weil and substantially built stcne NOTICE messuage or dw house and all and singular other the buildings and

BICYCLES—Sunbeam Wavt. _ | residence stands on 29,318 square feet of

lent Poptition. At Nowsem's,. Tatiee a waclaped, With B = ang has a fine

road St. 52-6 over ureh coast. : °

14.9. Mm] The house contains an open verandah attend, and to hear, and ie wee oe

ONE (1) HUMBER—Tourist Gents] @T@Wing ond dining rooms, three boc] sapuaning Wf proRbader and’ comn-

Cycle. Three Speed. Practically new. |*90m*, two baths and toilets, pantry, wander, “The Nation the’ interpreta-

Apply J. Taylor, Stanton, Dayrells Road, | titehen and store-room. Built-in cup- | Paneer, re vition will be performed and

17.9.52-1n | 00248 are a feature of the construction. tion of The Vision will be peri Hill

: nt In the basement there are a wach-| explained by A- De aay ot ‘September

TYPEWRITER One Corona Zephyr | 12%: garaxe for two cars, work-room,| St.,JoePh-.00 "Oot “ite "the world's

cress Typewriter in sound condition Se uate sarge cellars, sete taterest ao at ult to. attend ;
“ * Fale rvants’ rooms, servant's both r r

please apply “Office Equipment Service | ong toilet and a fowl house. The lawns a:

erections on the d land erected and built standing and being with-
the appurtenances AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel
of land also situate at Sealy Hall in the said parish of Saint Jo! in
this Island containing two acres or thereabouts Abutting and Bounding
on two sides on lands of Palmers Plantation on lands now or late of one
Mr. Bell and on the putlic road or however else the same may abut
and bound.

Bill Filed 29th May, 1962.

Dated 18th August, 1962.

TO THE NATION OF BARBADOS
All people are specially invited, to























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cerry.
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H. WILLIAM
Registrar-in-Cha:























and grounds are well laid t with flow-
16,9.52—8n ering preee and shrubs and the whale NOTICE
property ie in excellent repair and con- Bstat f
MISCELLANEOUS tition. a MILLICENT. HAWKINS CFFICIAL NOTICE
Sud The undersigned will offer the prem) ies : ne Ee BARBADOS.

ANTIQUES — Of ev _ | for sale by public auction at their off.«
Glass, China, old Jowels, fine Biiger|No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Watercolou Early books, Maps, A.uto- Friday the 3rd October 1952 at 2 p.m
graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop Instrilctions on application to Mr. C. B. | jy this t the day of March
adjoining val Yacht Club. Sisnett, C/o Messrs. Martin Doorley &| 1952 are hereby required to send particu-

3.2.52-+.f.», [CO.. Ltd., Palmetto Street, Bridgetown. | jars of their claims, duly attested, to

NOTICE 1S Rie I el
persons having any de or ¢l a t
the estat ent Hawkins who died

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IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in ot
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of










For futher particulars y to @ 1, Ernest Stanley Robin one ~ ings.
A BARGAIN—Are you painting ony- COPTLE, CATFORD & co. ion, ugg cyril Bertrand Sisnett, the Be sun 2 oekee Ky A aes ot fe Hegistra Hon otles, Pope Rg np.
thing? We have 1 Ib, tins of Paint Solicitors qualified executors of the estate © "| be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,







(solled on outside) at 17.9.62-—-6n office of Messrs.Cottle,
ONLY 18 cents deogaend at mee High Street, Bridge-

‘

e i 5 vi e d a be
each. G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., a otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and
















































be

reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,

otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
deprived of all ope on ge against the said property.

- STON IRVINE GRIFFITH
Defendant — JAMES IRETON BROOME

acting herein by EDNA OSCOLA BROOME his Attorney on record in this Island.
PROPERTY. ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men's

in the parish of Saint Peter and island abovesaid containing admeasure-
ment One Rood Thirteen Perches or thereabouts (of which area Eight
Perches form part of an abandoned Public Road) abutting and bounding
on lands of Six Men’s Plantation on the Seashore on lands of Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound together with the Messuage or Dwellinghouse thereon
and all other buildings and erections on the said parcel of land erected and
built standing and being with the appurtenances.

Bill Filed 15th July, 1952. H. WILLIAMS,
Dated 2nd September, 1952 Registrar-in-Chancery .
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STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “MONEKA” will ac-

cept Cargo and Passengers for

SAILING FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montsergat,
S. “NESTOR, 19th September, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
S. UERSILIA, 20th September, 1952. 19th inst.
S. BONAIRE, 3rd October, 1952.

sARLING TO EUROFE The M.V, “CARIBBEE” will
S. WILLEMSTAD, ‘th October, 1952. ] accept Cargo and Passengers f°

Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,

SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO — Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-

AND GUIANA ;
oe: Comes, = September, 1952. day 26th inst.

S. NESTOR, October, 1982. ;
M.S. BONAIRE, 20th October, 1952. sabe . oh ng
SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACAO ARORA .

M.S. , 13th October, 1952. Consignee, Tele. No. 4047

8. BP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,

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SOUTHBOUND
Sails Balls Sat Arrives Satis
Montreal Halifax Beston Barbados Barbados
LADY RODNEY as ss SSept. 6 Sept 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept.
CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. _ 24 Sept. 25 Sept.
LADY NELSON . . Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oct.
NOXKTHBOUND
Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Mentreal
FauguMy CONSTRUCTOR 18 Sep. 19 Sep. — 29 Sept. 3 Oct.
LADY RODNEY o os 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct, 16 Oct.
CANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct. = 21 Oct, 24 Oct.
LADY NELSON o- .- 1g Oct 21 Oct, 30 Oct. 31 Oct. 4 Nov.





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HARRISON LINE

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deprived of all claim: n or against the said property. From
LTD 16.9.52—80 Gatton or before the 16th day of | deprived of al Cllms printer — CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS jane pee
pen AUCTION Novenber 1959 after which date the salt Defendant — WILMER ORNESTINE CUMMINS Barbados
two shades u Eaward Stanley Robinson and Cyrili ip opprry. ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Codrington SS. - London 4th Sept. 17th Sept
Limited Ack Bertram Sisnett shall proceed to dis, REY the parisly of Saint Michael and Island: of Barbados abovesaid con- 18.5. Liverpool . :
Wm. Henry ie. Re pene to eel” at Tent mat tribute the anests of te oer taining by admeasurement one acre one rood or thereabouts Abutting and sS. . Glasgow and 13th Sept. 1st Oct.
17.9.52—1 | Station on Monday, the 22nd tember, | the parties — claims as they siial! bounding on lands of Samuel James Caddle of one Ford eS TEREty Li 1 26th t. 1 t
at 2 p.m, the follows: eae gard only to a they will Deane and on the Public Road, or however else the same may al ne i " iverpoo. Sept. 10th Oct.
SUBSCRIBE now to the. a) Bord Wrist Watch” i g| then bave had notice of an wart eae ce with the messuage of dwellinghouse thereon called “MAYVILLE '|S.S. ‘BURMONT .. London 4th Oct. 17th Oct
Telegraph, Rnaiand’s leeding Daily New. | prown Shit, U1) iRy anllon steel | Not be Mable for tHe, ete oan. of afte other bulldings and erections on the said land erected and built . .
n jos r 4 ‘ aa thereof to distribute standing and being. ne waiinaldadi
only a few daye after publication 19 Drum, (1) Silvertown Tyre. (Goodrich) hose debt or claim they shall not then ina oth A Tt A H. WILLIAMS, : case
with Tube, (1) Nickle ted Wirt | Whose Bill Filed 5) ugust, A ad HOMEWARD FO
es eee J oe C/o. any. hab (Genta) One pie Fiowerad haye hag Pete indebted to the said Dated 2nd September, 1952, Regutedn-n-Cinowe. R THE UNITED KINGDOM
eh Mh Readme tr fae A ae gence May OE ascuing, A | gute, ae Tecumsted to settle thelr aia Vessel For Closes in
aunty, of Sig’ tead and, serum Alea, | pean ay day at September, 19 ar
and severa’ er items of interest Se yh €
- BINSON -~ .S. “SCHOLAR” .. re: .. Yondon
ARC eed OFFICIAL NOTICE SS. “CROPTER” .. |. | Liverpool ath Sept
RO ere chine Will of vapher k IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY :
teen ualied Exeocutors of the ° PAN + For further Information ly t
TORCHES bre: le, waterpro [ Hpi feo SILLICENT HAWKINS, deceased. t f the Ch Act, 1906 I hereb: n tice to all persons » apply to...
Torches, Two eal @ 88 ‘each. Thr e 16,9.52--4n n pursuance ©: e nerf et, do er y Rive notice to a persons









having or claiming any estate, ht or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or

affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant to bring

16.9,.52~—"n] | have been instructed by Mr. Josep before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers
ne a od St. Hill to sell at his house at Twe }to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the bours of 12 noon

VELVET SLIPPERS—A small shipme \t | and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridye-

assorted colours, All sizes. Thani Bro'.]pt 12.30 all the town, before the 31st day of October, wi in order that such claims may be

a nee een = | Sia, aitanite Buel FY \ ‘spre8 0% ane cane erat ease Hom the, Denes Of nny decree. and De

windows, galvanize buckets, several front otherwise such persons W preclude ro! 2

y 1 thats oon oe eae Ecate a4 | 1008 locks with nabs, saucepans, break ; deprived of all claims on or against the said property.

Tombinstion Leck: Widos Talephane Co. [art cations, Jarge ,strlieing, Clock re page Plaintiff: SIMON ALTMAN

Ltd. 10.9,52—! 0} cane: OT tvalo at Defendant: LOUIS SPEISMAN

burner oll stove (Valor) Pine and ipon
bedsteads, glass c. cups ad saucers, Property: ALL THAT certain messuage or store together with the land whereon
the same stands containing by admeasurement 1,489 square feet be thy
Vigour om Oe

bowls, (1) Chev t truck and other
same more or less situate in Swan Street in the City of Bridgetown
It fa no





ce ei
coll @ $3.09 each. G. W. HUTCHINSO 1 Under the Diamond Hammer

































items, also (1) shop 20 x 11 x 9 with shed.
Terms cash in this %sland Butting and Bounding on lands and premises now or
D'ARCY A. SCOTT, late of W B. Gall on Busby’s Alley and on Swan Street aforesaid or
however else the same may but and bound.
Bill Filed: 13th May, 1952.
Dated 18th August, 1952.

Auctioncer
13.9.54—4n.















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GLASSES — One ir Turtle Stel
Glasses, Somewhere between the y
and Whitehall on Wednesday last. Finder
please communicate George Walrond,
Whitehall. 17,.9,.52—1n,

_ EDU ATIONAL

QUEEN’S COLLEGE
The next term at Queen's College me
begin on Tuesday, the 28rd of September,
1962, at 9.15 a.m. and the School will be
in session from 9.15 a.m — 12.30 p)
D. E. M. MALONE
Secretary-Treasurer,
Goversing Body,
Queen's College.
14,9.52—3n

must ;
“Peper eee |, LOPE SCHOOL.

a Ittle, aud the gun Fupiis of the Lodge School are hereby





H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
20.8.62—4n

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~@e rot notified that next term opens on of -
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1 Boarders should return in time for V. A. W. Ferguson can be found FIRESTONE
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Dinner on the evening of Monday 22nd.

September. at Ventnor Land, Ch. Ch. No. 19

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— at Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and

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HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT NO. 60

FALLING TREES are very likely to disrupt the Electric
Supply. Keep a couple of Hurricane Lanterns filled with
oil and a box of Matches in a handy place.

All these are obtainable at...

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner Broad & Tudor Streets

SCHOOL
SUPPLIES

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Exercise Books, Drawing Books, Foolscap, Pencils, Pencil Boxes,

loured Pencils, Paint Boxes, Ink, Sharpeners, Erasers, Rulers,
ometry Sets, Slates.

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PAGE EIGHT

Ramadhin, Worrell
ilead Averages

Ry ROY MARSHALL
LONDON, Sept. 9.





ONE e week and the League season will be finish-
ed. Ti ¢ il Lancashire League games are, in fact,
comple ind a dog-fight on the last Saturday between
Rar ; Crompton and Worrell’s Radcliffe, which re-

it ctory for the former shows both teams brack-
et n the final table. The Championship was won
by Rochdale with Heywood second.

uperior of Ramadhi ~~ ;

Worre r other batsmen TENNIS:
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bot ij ill oppositi e e ac
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Ramadhin with 128 wickets ¢ Hi
runs heads th opman
Worrell who mad e e e
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yad another trul







has also taker The Australian lawn tennis play-
an average o! ers, who monopolised the Wimbie-
don championships were called

Ramadhin did not shine quite “the Chain Gang’ by the U.S.
so much ¢ | batsman nagazine Newsweek.

That was, however araly Villain of the piece, according to
ba expected Still there ver’ the magazine, is team manager
three below him in the averages, saRRY HOPMAN, because of the
for his 160 runs worked out t 1 ; aw
yan tian strict rules he imposes on his play-

: rs, FRANK SEDGMAN, KEN

_ Bowling Honours = MCGREGOR, MERVYN ROSE,

in their meeting On saurd’y KEN ROSEWELL and LEWIS
it: was Worre who 0k © HOAD.
honours, not i batsman but as i
a Seroeel No American group of play-

Winning tt i Crompt ers,” says the magazine, “would
elected to bat The wicket w put up with such monastic non-
sot T W ) 1 irate left en e.”
arn lir i ll the bats Strict Diet
men fumbling, In two_ hours 10 Among the rules quoted in sup-
minutes Crompton were all out port of “monastic nonsense” are:
for 101 and Worrell nished In bed by 10 p.m, (11 p.m.
with 8 for 37 occasionally for a “really good
¥ case”); out of bed by 7 a.m. for
ae ee Pe everal miles of cross-country

* & # running: Hopman’s choice of food
i heavy on proteins, light on
Pag & ‘. sweets; no smoking or drinking;

: ¥ . © films, because of the effect on
fe + de ‘ the eyes,



&. All I can+say is that the Aus-
tralians seem to do very well on
the Hopman discipline.

Besides holding the Davis Cup,
in which they huve for two years’
running beaten the U.S.A., Sedge-
man is Wimbledon and U.S. sin-
gles champion. McGregor is the
Australian title holder, while
\ogether these two players hold
every important men’s doubles
title in world tennis.

Bannister Decides

Typical of the
that affect the truly amateur
British sportsman is the prema-
ture end of competition for ROGL&
BANNISTER, Britain's No. 1 milec

considerations



SONNY RAMADHIN this season,

There was plenty of time for Duties in the casualty ward at
Radcliffe to make the runs nec- St. Mary’s Hospital, ending at
essary for victory but they midnight, prevent his training
failed badly. Worrell was bowl- and, as he says, “If you cannot

ed by one of the Crompton ama-
teurs for six and Ramadhin had
a remarkable spell in which his

train, you cannot compete.”
He has reached this decision
although he would have liked to



figures were 15 overs 10 maidens take part in some of the inter-
12 runs 6 wickets, Radcliffe national meetings still to come.
were all out in just two hour
for 64, Unprepared
It was a good day for We Bannister’s calculated approach
Indian professionals in the Lati- jo training for the Olympic Gamcs
Ww tae ° pee a “il at Helsinki overlooked the need
eae were on the wins for hard competition, There the
and LAWErhOUsS had the 1.500 metres final, his third hard
ere S drawn game with race in three days, found him un-
Bacup head the list for a fine prepared for the gruelling compe-
home victory by ten wickets tition.
over Accrington. The visitors There was credit in a fourth
won the toss and decided to bat. Place, but a more care-free ap-
The wicket was soft from mid- Proach to the sport might be bet-
week rain and Weekes turned in ter for Bannister.
his be bowling performance of .
the season He Antnien 8 for Locke Triumphs F
i and“in two and half hours British Open golf champion
Accrington were back i, the BOBBY LOCKE, of South Africa
pavilion for 118. Following up his Will not regret playing for Canada
fine bowling Everton opened the he qualifies as a member of the
innings and in 80 minutes he had Canadian professional golfers’
steered Bacup to victory by ten association—in the present. six-a-
wickets, He shared in an unfin- side match against the U.S.A.,, in

ished partnership of 119 of which
his share was 67 not out includ-
ing 8 fours,

Montreal,
Besides, earning himself around
£400 for three days’ golf, Locke

Enfield Versus Colne to-day gained a convincing win
Nine runs sufficed for Enfield over the United States Open
to win a low scoring game with

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trains at Atlantic City, N.J. Here he dances and swivels as he slips
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Football

Matthews: Britain’s
Greatest Player

By PETER DITTON



LONDON.
THAT soccer genius Stanley Matthews, 37 years of
age and rapidly thinning on top, is making a glorious
come-back bid to regain his place in the England team.
And do not be surprised if he succeeds.
Fitter now than for three or four seasons, Stan is play-
ing as well as when he was England’s No. | priority—if

not better. His twinkling feet are causing chaos among
First Division defences.
_ straw to break the camels back.
After Blackpool had defeated Such is the demand to see
Aston Villa by five goals to one, Fnglish soccer and such is the
Villa Manager George Martin, one prestige attached to these close-
of the shrewdest judges in the season Internationals that noth-
game, described Matthews as

ing but the best will do. Britain’s
soccer shop window must contain
only the finest goods. It may
sound tough on the Portuguese
but their turn will come.

Britain’s greatest player,

Already, because of Stan’s form,
Blackpool are being tipped to win
the cup, This is no chance selec-
tion. The Wizard of Dribble is
turning in some great perform-
ance and making goal scoring an
easy job for his colleagues. His

England ‘B’
them happy.

team might



speed off the mark is amazing Pi :
and already several full-backs, ompe May
who are by no means slouches, iP y

have been made to look liké

Fight Turpin

YOLANDE
Indies boxing
the next
Turpin,
weight
London
to get South
Angelo to fight
Empire title was

cart-horses.

On this form, Matthews cannot
be left out of the reckoning for a
place on the F, A. Party to tour
Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
next May.

This is a tour that England
have got to win. The stigma of
the World Cup defeats is some-
thing that still rankles at Lan-
caster Gate, the headquarters of
the Football Association. Even
the balm of the close-season
victories over Austria and Switz-

POMPEY,
champion
opponent for
former world
champion. An offer
promoter

may

Africa’s

erland is as nothing compared Indies on September 26, He will
with the humiliation which was consider whether to accept after

felt when America beat the cream
of English soecer by one goal to
nil. It was a defeat that probably
would not and could not have
been repeated in another dozen
attempts. But the point is that it
happened.

conferring with his manager,



Sir Stanley Rous, Secretary of
the F.A,, spent the last week-end
in Portugal on F.1.F.A. business.

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Meantime a fixture against the
keep

West
be
Randolph
middle-
by
Jack Solomons
George
Turpin for the
not considered
sufficiently big. So Solomons has
now turned to Pompey who is due
back from a holiday in the West

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send a men’s team and a women’s team to Barbados

olo Association are hoping

play a series of matches towards the end of October.

There have been four contests
between men’s teams from the

two islands starting in 1948
when Trinidad made a “discov-
ery” tour here, That year, there

was no Cup at stake, but in the
following year 1949, the Elite
Shirt Factory donated a cup for
competition between the men’s
teams in the two colonies.

Barbados won the trophy in
1949 and in 1951 in Trinidad,
and in 1950 in Barbados.
players are anticipating a keen
tussly for the cup this year in
view of the rapid strides which
have been made in the men’s
section in Trinidad, Last year
Barbados were only victorious
by two matches to one,

WON CUP IN _ 1950.

Contests between ladies’ teams
started in 1950 when Trinidad
won the Crushy Cup. Barbados

regained thd trophy last year
when they defeated Trinidad
three nil in Trinidad.

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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1M1 BARBADOS ADVOCATB PAGE THREE "Delta Year" Of British Aviation Ha wker Siddeley 9 s Faith Justified FLYING IIII\M.I i I on K.\> If* Hb-etl Oliver LONDON. IT has taken the Hawker Siddeley Croup, world's rerafl combine, two years to convince Britain's all chiefs thai Delta-wing planes are the natural vehicle for the mammoth power of jet propulsion. But convinced them they have, for, in less than a month, two Deltas have been added to the line-up of super-priority British military airplanes. The*, two years were tough the Lnvantfoa of the let power enoufhforHawkarSiddelay. But which drives it. the faith th'y pu; Into the Delta, The appearance of operational or flying triangle, goes back at Deltas is the most encouraging SBM live years, when they flnit military aspect of the Farnborei om to prove it wns the ah-craft ough ihow. But even this thought £ r the future. They deslgmd and must be tempered by the lamentuill two experiment type*, put able slowness of getting the newcm through the most exhaustive •* jet lighters and bombers into trials, then began work on two squadron production. more Diltas. one a lwin-etu.lt, .>tj ... all-weather nghter. the Other a British Designed lour-tngiiwd bomber. These last two weeks have a-en !" e latter were the OloM r astonishing amount of puhlii.A-3 now known as the Javelin, W given to British dominance and the Avro GW. And boih bam "\ designing. Commentine on such b-e-i ordered for the R.A.F. planes as the Hnwkcr Huncr That is why Hawktr Siddeley Superman ne Swift, dc Hnvilland are calling this, 1952. the DeliType no. Vickers Valiant and tht vcar of British Aviation. I don't ,Wo Deltas, newspapers. pollucUing if ink anyone can contradict them. and men of 'he aircraft industry British aviation, just as it en"**. lf have lost themselves in a tered the "Jet Age" n year, ago, seller of praise for the excellence h now leaped 'onward into the f ^UWi designing. But they Delta Age". More planes like "" %  B ntish desisnisuj. not BritUie Javelin and Avro 698 will be ,sh PiwlBetion. developed by the Hawker Sidde, A1J praise to the designers. They ley Group and. away in the '' ave don th e job of their lives, future, these is the prospect of air man >' Britons can't help feeltravellers crossing the world in '??, ,he * wonderful aircraft are big Delta jetliners. S, M only showpiece toys, to be The air show at Famborough, unwrapped .it Farn borough each oriiamzed by the Society of Brit£ car nc1 P u away again while a i-tli Aircraft Constructors, signs naif-throttled production induathe birth certificate of the Delta Uv hob-hies along at snail's pace. Age. Cautious appraisal, of iriAnrt '" Vf, that pace Is getting angular aircraft has been replaced lo er Thl*. considering the, by a frank acknowledgment of urgency of Britain's defence their fine attributes Sds. almron inbelicvable The „ _, Select Committee on Estimates Five Types recently confirmed that the inTS... ... . tervnl between orders and first Twenty thousand foieign techdeliveries of afrrr.-ifl is 'ncreaalnf. nicians and air chiefs, besides an Last year, it was 19 to 17 monthestimated 300,000 Britons, will for existing types, but now it i< have seen Britain's five Delta 18 to 26 months. For new types, typos when the show ends. Many it used to be 21 to 24 months nosy <>t them, certainly the foreign it is 23 to 20 months visitors, will haw learned why This means that the Javelin and Britain is going ahead on fullAvro 698 bomber will not be in iuction with the Javelin the RAPs hands in any number" imd Avro 698. for well over two years. By then. The Deltas have been evolved British designers will almost la meet the growing need for aircertainly hive huilt new version* i .aft that will fly higher, faster, which leave these two obsolescent. further, more economically and Ax it is. Javelin production could With a heavier load than ever have been advanced seven month* litore. It is the result of natural had the British Air Staff decided evolution of design, and i: is the -o order the type as soon as It design for years to come. flew-nr before It flew, as they Th? Hawker Siddeley Group, have done with the Avro 69*. imhting to have the new form Instead, seven months were lost :tl. lally accepted, proved that the while Government heads ditherednircraft Is simple to build and claims It has greater 'lability and '"o Ministry of Supply's action more favourable aerodynamU " ordering up the Avro 608 is, characteristics than any other fortunately, a sign that the Govplane In existence. Deltas. STf **rnmcnt Intends to make a choice super-streamlined, have %  latt 'lUickly in future and get on with wing arei and consequent low production Instead of humming and wing-loading, and are extremely hawing over numerous prototype* easy to control at all speeds. They while the months tick by and the don't have to be equipped with factories continue building obsocun plicated high lift devices like 'etc machines. To create an air slots and flaps, elimination of force which would measure up to which facilitate* servicing. And ihat of any foe. Britain must select the Group claims they will and rush into production the beat accommodate all the increases in aircraft available, without holding '.engine power expected In the off till something better comae foreseeable future. along. Russia has built a formid%  'Sinee the first flight of the able force by doing just that. Avro 7f7B In September. 1950. the Britain, though lacking the Delta shape has proved Itself again productive capacity of a country .md again," said Sir Frank Spriggs. like Russia, can follow the same the Clrnup's managing director, principle and looks as if she will at Famborough this week. "The do so now. according to Supply new bomber, which flew for the Minister, Mr. Duncan Sandys. first time on August 30 last, will. Commenting this week on the I am convinced, show itself fully order for the Delta bomber, he capable of the work it will be said: "The Government recoggiven to do." nued that to order an aircraft With Britain's military air of unconventional dosum before chiefs convinced also. It Is uppereven the prototype had flown ent the Delta shape has embarked necessarily involved risks. W on a career as far-reaching as consider however that these were SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay Srhoonsn: SVSSCM W smith Trmmk';- D Man M ln %  U TNKII, > ..nftdrnt I Cl DOttaC. 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A fj.tcrtt.01 sound twlD"Bgln*d flgtiter. it follow* two ysan of expertmsaUug with the use shape A 'bin brother" tte four snglned Avro 60 Delt. bomber, oss Just flown and has already basn ordsr'd 101 Ihi1 A F. Mddall TO TVJMS1A outweighed hv the overwhelming Hu-itet, S'vift and Javelin lightA*jV*4 *Va"e' IfiTPt ti,'< importance of re-equippinK tnc r-. the Canberra. Valiant and %  r *VUt/ii Mt&J'ljMlLd RAT with Uie most up-to-d-Ui Avro 0118 bombers: the Fairev machines as quickly as possible Cinniet turboprop anti-suband of concentrating our resource* mariner. While performance on production of the newest types, llgurts for them urn secret, tho> I am confident that 011 both milllook 10 be a fine array of miht.u-y tary and economic grounds the aircraft It now remains for the decision will prove to be justified." production Industry to roll them The Government has to date off with some of the speed so given super-priority production readib found when Britain was orders for seven types: The lighting for her life a decade ogo. Vr.in.ii. r Kidddll. Slddall l'l I \\ 1 r I lar ITIaidad. TKMIiril 11 .1 K A ll.nU.n 1 C Burton I Hurton Vo#l M Millt-ii.. aspTSMnBN is TUNIS, Sept. 1. i"i..;iiV* tepl>to the recent Tunisian note was handed to .no Bey on Sunday hy Tun Man ItmU.P.T of Stale T,.iei, Belkiri. ,. was announced here Monda> The Bey's oote was sent to tin President of the French Hepuclic incenl Aui ol lust week and ilt'uugli us lunuriiu are pot vet B#W| ,. "iada public, it is bellevod to %  •%  t 10 u its the rulers determinaUoi < lei the protectorate's cuau fog r nee lake iu chance before. :J 10 1 p tue United NaUotU Cenei.ii A..1 /to^ W :imbl> in October. tin Tunisian -"i't.'i,'trn,A. in ihe form of an aecoinpanj mi; IO • 10 p> klter boile.1 jov.it the report >< W tejectii; Ilrown. a DaKympIr I' Khiusti. L llo-iar, I Jonai. K Ut.llrr -ILI lutes Of Exchange Police From B.W.I. Parade In London LONDON. POLICE from the British West Indies were prominent ^VumuHMiTTui"'. .it the passing-out purade of the fifth course for m>n-K'rtI-'.-I.. ti piopotut: ted officers of Colonial Police Forces at the Metropolitan " Tunul•ll• %  insin JusgrrPolice Training School. Hendon, near London ESuX !?*,.^S r "!"^„'.'.', l\". %  1 % %  T iIT J f .1 U "' 1 l ''-' 1 '* did not go far enot vh Lord Mungter. Parliamentary Under-Secretarv lor the towaiuan Independent Tutu Colonies, inspected the parade and presented the baton of There was no indication of bo honour to Sub-Inspector Ch.'in Wai Man, of Honsj Kong. tone of AurloTs reply preeented In a brief speech, he congraluation. Sir G-orgo said, he was lated the parade on their smart confident that each man present turn-out. When they returned to hail the ability to do his lob aucthelr home lands, or wherever cessfully. He untied them every they went, he declared, he had success and happiness. no doubt that they would acquit Sir John Nott-Bower. Deputy themselves well. Cummissloiuir of the MctropoU" the I-ond on police policemen an for what they had done towards into c-.nt.iet w,th policemen from lew. sn.oklng les^, Usvelllng less. the Stilt % % %  of the M.urse. other countries and exchange I e,c """' '" ''—*" Sir George Abbiss, Assistant to ideas. the Inspector-General of Colonial He emphasised the Ideal of the Police, told the Colonial police British police, which am aaW cadets present that the purpose of the public should regard them as the course had been to raise the friends and nut as oppressors efficiency and standard of die They enjoyed a wonderful Colonial police service, which dclepulalion in Britain, Ur. pended on the loyalty and ubiltty that state of affairs had not oon. of its officers. He said that a about overnight—years had bee > policeman must not only "know" required to build up such confl—he must be able to "do" and donee. always net quickly and cmclentlv Men from the British West InMuch would be expected of him dies taking part in the parad'in the territories where he M-IV wen ed, said Sir George. He would Asst. Supt. C. St. Louis, of be closely observed and quickly Trinidad: Insp. E. .'. Marts* of the sized up, he said adding: "In Leeward Islands; Sgt M. Thomas. training your men. you must at of the Windward Islands; and the same time aim at being a Cadets I). J. Hollington and I). .source of inspiration to them." McLeod. both of British Guiana. From his own personal obaerv—B.U.P. n ft !• %  lens of Aurloiv vesteriiay.—U.*\ 8IC,\S OF UEPRESSIO.S UNITED NATIONS, NY., S-|.l I' A t' N report said today I ,.l (taprsaalon appeared In turope. CUl7.cn. of Bi il-i7ng tha course was "In. Fran _.„_..„. as alvlr.,1 London via Hi. U.< poUerawn an opportunity to come jerlarxl warr aallns leai, drlnklac MAIL NOTICES Mail. Inf t> %  tnat, Nr.i. a> M aSSfaM -III l> i^.t %  I'l.-I Mail Mail at 1 |> m :. p tn 0.1 ini Oeaasari r urope. e. Germany, Scandii %  1 Countrie. and Sv.it%  SS Vlitrant. (inanart i %  Ira II M .S l*d> Hlna, •rill I* tluH* (ho OatMral I'o-I IMtlcr m nnd#r — P rr.l Mall .1 1 p m U>-dU '•)>•. SBf, ITi KvptMibar Hrtttrrr-t M .1 I ft • Hi anal Oiduiaiy M.U al %  a. ..!-> lUi S*t>lmtll. 1SBJ r HEARir (%MgSlne gojvgr of corn i %  Graad hraajrtaat ~l iVjM Hara'a Ilia "powaf" o', 00 **Taaua powtuUfjnf 1 Crlap ( **at. fraanl rs ANOTHit SHINING IXAMPII Of r (HEMICO Tkera'a alwaya a cisao hyfjeaic frsgraacB in evy room wbsre thai S-M-OO-T-H Pane dllllie at used, rots. Pans, aad TUas.Moka, aad Pakitworfc raapood quickly to Ita traatneot — there's aot a sefsesk la a %  Ii af rtaandw Ca. Ltd til • lag--.. %  • %  I..AIVJVOUJVCMJVG I.IU I \ Vllt-THM alllf — A watch ahaTI U IIPM. fur Ita alluring baaiuy and /aiihful accuracy, IS J.-.i i-N. Gold fllled, irunrantrtd (ol.M OTHER MODELS to $14" 71 Oeats' (.HI I N WRIST WATCHES SSI."I Io S163.21 U and 17 lew.-I. SEE YOUR JEWELLERS >. tmIIMA \ CO.. LTD. 20 Broad St. and al Marine Gardens BARGAINS! BARGAINS! e^f^ BalsM Stock Taking wc nrr CLEARING HTanl uselal itaai. in Household Hardware Theinclude SAICEPANS. FRY PANS, POT .. HALF PINT GLASSES. SNAP (...ASSES JUGS, SALT A PEPPI K SHAKERS. CUPS IAI t BBS I'LATF-S. TEA STRAINERS. CA I OPENERS and saveral BtBBf HOI SEHOLD NECESSITIES ^aft\ ivi' I's and See these Bargain* on dispk.v nl extremely Ixiw Price* G. W. HUTCHINSON & Co., Ltd JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney travbU A hasebsn of the kidneys ts to • kaanata taSrajafal laSpntllla-* ItOtO Ihr BJaVj) 1! ttv aseaejs i-tow %  liiKfnab, tbaaai anf >ntta> is pstrticaisu iictti sod%  vrcarn.ata aaS •sots, sad become a caase ef | nn tmd •sflanns; is foint sad rniiBcJeB. Tha sMt Mteca> to* roote-t'b' ioabta a to help dw kidn-y* Taey %  uuid ee toawd up with De Wiu a Pills it ijdums nudr aprt-jlly lor this parpose. I Witt's Pills ban a sootaias;, cl fnan | aiid aaLitaaptic acboo on tb* tudna) i LhaU j bruifs tbcm batck to perfo m tbe*> oaduaJ tunctioc preearrs. yw Wrtt-s PUIa are a -eiy wtU-trk-1 D WlttiPllll rsfawdy. Jhty are aoM ail o**r tbc w. d aad w ban rrMuiy letters from tii< rs Ullkac o* rebel 1 nmed, atU( jcars ol •uOenng: after takinj De Wi:ll PJle, Tbey ad on the kidurjs qin-i > %  >Va* aot try them for TOOT troabl* } (io to your ihemi>t and o Una a sups'* to-day 6ACKACME iOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GUARANTEE Dt Wttfs PiUs ara made iiotlct atiicllj He's wimiiiui tomorrow's battles tu-itit/lit • irtvu—n.l-•* bualtaeo aaen i I'c.l.im.Kabit -f.th a Who VBIIH a .>. -d V prelude to aa exacilns dVaw.ark. Ovattistat' laadU> loua. cosafortina ba^rraseioniaisrfrast ataluraland liiKlilvnuiriiloii* fraoda. Ttir Ovalllne' fsrosa were *pe.laJI. ,-aial.li-lird Iu ..( ihe hlgheat alandani* for lh>aaatall, mil*, awd 'tf "'*' Ovslitsve atot onU helpa to pronvole healili\. rawtful ileef*. btu ti r-rovidra valuahlr nisiriraeni In a form MMIIY dlH*a(rd and K'oeln *l ArriM altep. Bodllv fa.lnue la reduced and o. illll U ll Ji ncrvea are aooihrd and airengrhened fo eoaMr *IMI wmwi the Imaineai worries ot ihifotsowhsf day "Hlh new eoergv and tonfidenn-. Make 'Ovalilne' *ou brdllme heverasje and feel ihe glow af ia.pf.m.1 health and vital Ity that coase* ot* real, rratoeative *-1*%  %  %  ^^"OVALTINE FOa BestAJ NIGHTS FOR Energetic DATS S.d.1 in atrhtlH 'i A' irff 'Vmilli rW staVaj tMTOauai— Hot. that tha larra sbj • Ovaltis* ncantatas J MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402



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! %  u.I mi i BARBADOS ADVOCATE VWI.M-.IIU NI.ITI'MRER 17, 1932 BAIPD0S.A ADVOCATE rrmwa •• i** \i"i • 1*4 if"** rcnti'w* !" Wednesday. September IT. 1952 World's New No. 1. Killer HI >ll >lltl It THIS week the twelfth anniversary o! the Battle of Britain is being celebrated in London and other parts uf the British Commonwealth. On September 15th. 1940. no fewer than 185 wrecked German aeroplanes were i over South East England in the climax of the air war and between September and October 5 the Germans lost at least 883 aircraft "Never in the field of human contlict." said Mr. Winston Churchill of these gal lant airmen who saved the British Empire from Nazi domination, "was so much owed by so many to so few." This their gallant action is still remembered in London and in other parts of the Commonwealth, but in Barbados not even a wreath lies on the Cenotaph to remind us how much we owe to those gallant UltlTlSII (.DIANA Cardiologist of 1 1 tnlcal lid laboratory 1 ml as rcpottad "i UM M rch ttth. 1M2. claims baton Hi* Rotary Club of Montreal that tt„. M HI I I 'CM LLR. O.D.. I) namely, that they tend l<> pWUl whatever diseases or diseaaes they relieve, and so th** therapy opens My not only f'*r the %  lion who are already doomed to the encroachment of heart disease. kcts. if the .,ul it holds out hope of preven At the time of wittlBfl iver 1W medlr-l men as personal ,n F. Tre.itment that had 1(1 Y „ on our lAflCO UOn f* the frneration of our been developed from wheat fen to kntrod J massWi ebisdreo MM) Branded!Idren. oil was not only a cure for manj whereby these i l..iively expen! types of heart disease, but by nbaf could M %  use It was likely th.n coronary Braua b| t • our hospiuu to be duasue could be WIIN-I I _TI i hi ttWM least able to patients at The Shut* If****** ly In half >. UsstUQr. pay and who, ii.ouleniallv, need LrOtwion. Ont. Dr. Wilfred Shute Dr. Shute went on to say that them most. reports that there are many more heart disease bad toeroaosd 45 xhi' at lirst blush, would teem wno re taking Vitamin E on par cent In Canada in the last M if Wt were pu ltln< the cart Ul lr own Presumably what Is was tampan I among peu| B .,, rr the hornBut our wise aWd enough for them is good roan the ages of 30 and 40. legislators. In the past, saw fit to enough for their patients. Early and was the greatest single cause aubsidise and encourage the Im1 ** nwnth one appeared who had of death today. He claimed that port of vitamin deficient foodbecn a succeaaful mrgeon In Vitamin E WM the imly substance stuffs while vitamins were taxed California. After a heart attack t.?at prevented rlottiru. of blood j,,, ed to the hilt. he had been given Vitamin E by t ,,• UMI:I| sssnssaTOUa %  -. „,.,„,,,. his doctor. He merely came up to effects, was a natural anll-oaldant _, k ,, „,, Lnclon for regulation of dosage -ly, and a dilator of blood ,l "•'•'• ; •'" £ £s2r2!" "• ufed thcs worxi Io *" ^"^ vessels, and he felt Canadians erl£ bv it, u^.fas ^^n3t lT."Everybody U usirul it for the should Re p.oud that in the in""T 1 b> .'^''J treatment of heart disease vestlgatlon of the ua* of VHamlo ^SS&^^i£uS^VSSk C ^SS^ % pIeaMnt but "" ht E Cantd. led the wo. Id. J !" ^ eaTa .£u£ muorTL * !" Uon. perhaps haps no ex.'gg %  '."tition. much Importance Strewed one blu-hes t say It It bids fair In The Scotish Sifnday Lxproat to be ' %  an of Glasgow as far back as FebruBoven made In nvlict ;.i-v 2fHh 1949 under the OkpU I "A Mediral Discovery as great llnmlm". written by a doctor who f BCtonip The It Some of us never read the it ill*obituary notices before 40. or take if in the particular notice of the words XCKPT1NO heart-attack." 'coronary throroPENICILUN. Ti i iv due to two hosls" etc.. ascribing these melan.'onoarni the .holy tidings to the misfortunes young men who gave their lives SO that '* % %  l10 "•""f* or parliament 1>pCi rnnoc or B disease, new ,,f others—never ourselves. Heart .bed a presentsflncf ittno nlM rvrnnary nrum dlsC ase was unknown before the B iJU e S^S !" bosi". eha.^ur, -,i b] Useappoarmiller removed the wheat germ l \AJK5Ei frdSg *"" ,hr !" !" y •" hi. effort to produce a white -IT^ ( S SjJta a cry ahut "" ofT m Wood Pflour >">t preserving qualities ^JX^' oT^h. 1 "!^ !" If D lo u ""-" %  '" "' * >"' l1 Sl,n w suggested a. .routine in.^2! ^ ^Lif^r^K! ^, mufc,e (or hpa,lh U P *ev*"breakfast Vitamin E trentment for bJWl jh,, (iiMW9 wai nr „ dclcr ibed at eight back in bed a ninen S*H£i ultul ? eSUS! ,9n0 ? ihigh time you replaced the Uf. alth Service ln l9A „ kmcd ha i f the mal ^ eiving whcot gtnti in your dU .. we might continue to enjoy freedom. Too little attention is paid in this island to the connection between the freedom which all Barbadians enjoy and the price which has been paid for that freedom by those gallant souls and many others who laid down their lives in World War II t I protect Barbadians as well as Briton from the horrors of a totalitarian racoconscious fanatical regime. Isolated in the Atlantic and intent on petty insular matters of daily living the inhabitants of this island have accepted the end of the war in Europe and Japm as a return to normal peaceful livim They have forgotten not only the heroism of gallant men—the Heroes of the Battle of Britain, and all those who served in ihe lost war—but they have forgotten that today conscription is still in force in Europe and in the United States, The fruits of peace which the residents of Bar bados and other British Caribbean territories enjoy are not wholly available t the citizens of European countries. In UM United Kingdom every young man is liable for two years' service with UM Armed Forces of the Crown. Meanwhile British, American. French. Australian, Canadian. New Zealand and other forces of the British Commonwealth and of the United Nations are engaged Ln full-scale warfare in Korea, Indochina and Malaya. This week nearer home huge naval and military exercises are taking place under the sponsorship of the North AtlunlitTreaty Organisation. The peace has not been as complete tot the large countries which bore the brunt of the war as it has been in Barbados, ln this island since the war emphasis has been wrongly placed on the rights of individuals to a more free and full life while little attention has been paid lo the r.sponsibilities which must attach to that enjoyment. Barbadians who relied during the war on the armed might of the British Com monwealth and its Allies to protect them from occupation and conquest by the Nazis, today still expect Britain to bear the burden of freedom's defend<\ when they enjoy lives which are by comparison much more "free" than those < f the traditionally free Englishman. It is well that the Battle of Brita:n should be remembered here, if only with one wreath on the war memorial. HOTEL DEMANDS £1,000, FOR CORONATION VIEW Kr.m M:\VH. i, BOGUS OLU MOOMSFS /.9.I/J \n\m \ri: ST. IKraw oil miide in Ai i Iven Vitamin E ever since %  result WU att rol oa [nelnM have bctn many tamous Tocofrroll. U>fd not only .1 u %  m>4*la An.* wu nna mled „,,.„. ,.„.„ klns ; „„. pr< ,p„,u,rtlc by many athleWa l Import permit and 1V ., :,r<. i*irtk-ul.irly prone to this relieve heart-preaaure, mnklnK ever Hnce na been dUean an d i, „,„,, 1O „,„. a ln „„ murc lont-winded, but n-eil I r JU'i if^ ^u"'!. 1 ul" Pwu'""elertivlly lor doctors. also by muny sensible people not In Great Britain on the ;'!re list" |„ „ bu^ M depe. Ihertwill be world shortage of food After lifclening to the professor's malt | 45-mlnute speech on this ethical There is much talk of human n me, most of the rights.'' the professor said. "But eoplB 1 quinad were convinced ,| 0 human rights extend io unxh majority of mankind could tttlanc* i* down on the limited reproduction with a conbetter have remained isolated it!, ul evil but not through the •.e< I uent obligation falling on these ^nd in ignorance 1 '" ho asked. fault. „„,„. rareful?" Traitor* Their argiunent: it would have Lengthening the lives of backThe professor condemned those been impossible and it will ward people now may mean an scientists like Dr. Klaus Fuehg rein.iin unpossibl.' lo prevent ,. ;tI | y ,i PBU1 f or tne i r own cn |j_ who gj Ve flWay nereis because people naldng discoyerlei. arC n and grandchildren — from their conscience tells ihem to do As dUMni Wt .ill bear an famme, ho pointed out. *o Oqual . Mi'msibllUy lor the mis.--The H-lentlafc. have the same use of Ihe forces loosed by laW.ping out ma aria and tuberri| hl lo fro edom of conscience as boratory cxperlmenU. ^.'SViUi'i '' " WOU M ""y cll.wn But freedom does Kvd ...i.-cquencc* of science are 1,500000 lives a year. not exlctld to ^ vlng away olher to be seen in the atom bomb. But il would buiflen the counn0D ie/,i nmpertv whether of guided tnisaiies. and germ wartry with 1,500,000 more hungry ^ tt ^ t or knowledge." he said. 'opulation there int-ntlicreajefi at Its present rate — ha believes.would dare 5,000 000 a year—the country may ro give %  straight "Yes" to this bo unable to sustain even this question. bis level But the fact must be faced that Professor Hill believes that the -[un of the Indians, Indian population will not adCtittMM, ami othiff Eiistem races just Itself to food supplies for is lengthened, as It has been In many yiars. because It wi,ll lake uvi-r-populatio Who Dare* ? This threat is so immediate that Professor Hill asked whether for fuller doctors and scientists should stop has begun in India can only retrying to lower the death rate In store the near-starvati co-oper.it ii %  ligio between Uv "The belie/ (hot the iniproue1'irtii of man's estate ran be achieved by scientific methods ilone irlthotit a moral basis lo rocictu is a perilous Illusion." •ITr.g.r MrhlkaM Vll**. Hill %  f l"l>..ll, i % %  • %  %  • %  Sail la at; ll lb* ..Till irr.tr.l .liOl.flt, > %  % % % % %  Ir -r J Ihr % %  •.l u !"| l at alblrl*> Naail PHi* < %  Inarr ul ai Indrfrl ••nl M r fat Canbrlalfr I i.Uer.il, 1KM la ltB. —tl.f.t Our Readers Say; Local Enterprise THIS week there opened at Speights town a bu tetter's shop at which local I > Krown meat, and locally cured bacon and ham and pickled pork will be on saltto the public. There are three points about this new enterprise which deserve commendation In the first place the selectionul Speightstown as a site for a proper!> equipped butcher's shop with nearly HCK' cubic feet of refrIterated accommodati-u is a welcome change from the over-devei opment of Bridgetown. SpciKhtslown is a natural shoppir: centre for the inhabitants of that town amt the new shop ought also to be patronized by the residents of St. Peter St. Jame and St. Lucy. Secondly, the existence of a butcher': shop selling meat and eventually rish antdairy products 1111s a gap in Barbadiar marketing which has been for too lorn left open. Thirdly, despite t h approach taken by the Agriculiural Society to the question of marketing, the Bar bados Food Products Ltd. has not been daunted but has, without any other gpvernment assistance than that offered lo all Pioneer Industries, shown Initiative and enterprise at a time when helplessness and tugginji-at-the-apron-strinRS of government is pievalent. Too much praise cannot be btttOWttd on any effort to encourage the rearing and mvketlrsg of livestock locally. Thi nm enterprise deserves success and will encourage further needed developments jn a!bed fields. the nre out of the road and stot>. Point* „ -. favour of ,he Central Foundry ,£,„£ w ^""" m,-n i-. Wc all know iueh hat Ihe two Fire Station Tn regulations re one-way which has apparently existed In To Tli* vdlu* Tho drf.ion.f. traffic -hn.il, | not be observed by the world for thousands of ve. S" SbSi h „ ££T much "" Flro r1 ""'"' whcn e in wUh " inaplrlmr anyone but H,;, 5T^T*to£l ^.^-^:9.J f9i "ngle much abused sect to I ab.ni: II.,. site of tho new Fire ",",''"?. . SrSSJTtS '" rorrocl ln'"lcally. I" U. put .. summary of the 2! ST.^'ZLMS!. L„ Uld r^ !" .^ 'Kers who have devoted Iheir facts liefnre tho public so that the matter should not be forgotten. u Is .m absolute necessity that I no* Kir., Station should be con'iip present accommoda•i lolly inadequate and 1: iVl tO ellKuiicy besides MO training facilities. A well < impped and efficient fire I fighting force not only performs i its foremost duty. I.e. the extlnI guishing of n Ore. but also the Uicular duties of inspeeatrol of building conmrucUoii. tho removal of flro I hazard* and general educational BCl 'i' I.e, I'mprevention. Tho | (luvcminent i* to be compliment> i .ii'tion in dealing with irtant matter Tne ne\t point Is the site. The %  !;itiin;ite has arisen i through the umuitnbility of the site. No member of \. .iii of "f the Community o th ll St. Cecilia U the | vt to :pending $200,000.00 0D a new *tal-on. the best sit • ; should be obtained. Three alternr.live proposaN have been mad*'. Y.trd should be ruled ou'. %  if the cost of acquit-In.: Jubilee Gardens, sotsdlst) %  ,^.flK-nt sue It la no more than a bus-stand anil iT-park with two overgre-n The Ediror. The Adroeale in a recent Sunday Advocate b SIR.—The illustrious (!) author not ihe silo in question). This is <: %  ) of Nobody's Diary apparundoubtedly the best site the pntly take* violent objection to city has to offer. The Und Is althe poor hovels that litter the """y astonishing for reader* H %  v ernment owned Them countryside, and says so In the fpanlsh language and part'ruis .i diffleulty in providing a site Friday section published on ''•" %  ly for Venezuelans taUUM t.'.vtitl BUBl -urdav, Sffl>tcmbcr 13. Now. ying in the Island, that not a now parked her. but this Is lavs ro onc w i attempt to deny that ."'" %  f .P 00 * be found in Spaniinnortant and could be overcome. ._ ucllness of poverty la l ,fie library for them to read The old Central Foundry site utlh -. t hle u> all true nrtl'ttc I n '•w'o^nnf recommendations "" '' %  '' " •,' %  Mture7 and lli dJrrad tUm r ,1 '" k -the Acting Pub!'. 1-rtorey build" !" JJ' J"" 1 '^^3 "* %  niay kindly give a ;. '"' SgLJE fS, ^ !" £?thc mosT oThurnan iS £S"K lo * n,a ,! ter n a" 1 Uttlon climcuUirs. then ( ^ 1 MKO,.V n K !" sTo'^ds of rood cultural underlie, .hrail.i dennlMb be used for r n lv "\l I Jt h T rt TT. i ^ """Jim and relationship lot to „,„,,„,, ll>llors M Mind, frirf, hairlsta but the iliht of overseas, more lhan that oecasloned by the houses dlslntesrratml in front of T'l ,• 1hammcr-i: nt wnlch your eyes still makes me sick" j T :,t If he is sufficiently moved by .1 Jubilee Gardens, thb disjustlnj at oj afrain 6th Sept 18S2. (a) It Is on the right side of tho Careenage. cardinal causes of poverty are. (b> In spite of fa) it Is very near ^'J^ lhp l,Uer ilfnoramus can honthe bridgo and wlU be an S"> S 'J he doesn't know thai excellent position from whleh •JJ' wcro exposed a century ago, lo gel to a fire In Bay Street "d only th. mow imposslbl" and lho Pier Head where hypocrite can deny those causes there Ul such a concentration Mid pretend that the system whleh „f jijfc breeds them la the beat an.) (c) It iseoually a< near to Droad brainiest thing; ever produced by Street as II Is to Roebuck ""tid of man. Only th,Street. The adv.mlage of this emptiest of fools ean ignore tho control position Is obvious. filth and disease of poverty by (.1) Shoul.l the t.orth-sldc Harbour pretending thai It has nothing Scheme be Implemented the lo do with them, and onlv the fire engine could reach the moat spiritless invertebrate U not HariKiur in about 1 minute, roused lo indignation by Its lawThere woul.l be two roads of less waste of human lives, approach, cither along the I suggest that Nobody becomes "::,; &ss3.. B ~ d SHSJS td^henTr Heside, the above there %  "dX^.o,"Shi !" ^bou." fe.". been the „c„e of two large Sof','" u m rt '. k h f %  '''• "•fires in th,. past fifteen years. S !" u d "fok like the new queen o the airways." The U.S. builders are hopping mad over .'i announcement that their Government i going to buy three foreign fighters—Vukt Supcrmarine Swift, an Italian version of tlv De Havilland Venom, and the Firi Mystere. BUT an Ohio newspaper says: "if British jet is better, why don't U.S. airline buy Comets? After all, the British bou our planes." Answers C. R. Smith, of American Ail lines U.S. manufacturers can and will built: better jet liners than the Comet. As for Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. h. "f BMtarn Air lines, who left England laa niijht for New York, this interesting nporl has reached Washington:— He wants a Comet to fly for a few Wt experimentally from New York to San Jua in Puerto Rico. He will share costs wit Puerto Rico and De Havilland, makers ol the Comet. He is wailing for De Havilland %  h — when they can build Comet Ill's—1955. 1956. off When they tell him he has promised a decision in 90 days on a purchase. Bedsteads 3 ft. 3 ft. 6" 4 ll. I" Springs Mattresses Da Costa & Co., Ltd. MEATS Milk Fed (hkki-iu Milk Fed Duck New /.-.SIAHU Lamb Flllrti Rabbits I-ri-v.-d Trlp IWMl Bread Itorl Suet IIII.SI: A HI: a.tsr TO I'HII'AHi: MaffetU Quaker Oats 1 .r.i.r \ut. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY C-W.H M API— r.lnl thf wronas thsl iM re-Kla* For in# fuiur* in in* dl>Unc* \nd UM Good Utat | can in iSattKiuo itSUKDAY S WEATHER REPORT I HMOlS* OSM .Mbll ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY SKPTEMBEK 17. 1852 PRICE : FIVE I ?* SOS 1 %  1% '. %  Mossadegh Threatens To Cut : Diplomatic Links With U.K. Offers Coun ter Proposals On Oil HAD A DUAL PURPOSE FLEEING REDS ARRESTED In Trtaran aft* nig %  disturbance at toe 1 library and Hungarian tmbu Raoud Moii-hUadeh. leader of the Iranian Somka party who would lie anoUcr ruehrsr. five* the old N saint*. The Sonka |i tiiIranian version of thr Man prly 'INfi Kofoa Of America Broadcasts To Jews In Russia NEW YORK, Sept. 16 The Voice of America's floating iniKidi .i-lini; Nation Tuesdaj ! %  Kan broadcasting a message of hope to million* of Jews trapped in Soviet Russia and satellite countries The messsge. in the form of B Rosh Hassonah prayer was being transmitted over three powerful transmitter* of the Unitad States Coastguard Culler Courier which anchored nt the island of Rhodes in the Eastern Mediterranean. The message. spoken in English by Rabbi Morris Kertzer. director of the inter-religious activities division of the American Jewish Committee will be repeated frequently in several languages durTFHKKAN SetM 18 [RAN PREMIER Mohammed M U id lo break off relations with Britain over the <>il dispute. He asked the Majlis. Iranian tag] laturg f fi aid ii BritJ I ol* nttnut it* economir nressure and prevent the sale of oil. then" is no doubt that this Government'-, policy toward lian is not friendly The Iranian Government gives itself !he i igh: to defend its rights and must abstain from no action. VM i( U pf diplomatic reRsgpoualbiltty for such %  possibility will off court h Govcrnmenl. After the Mallls gave its rejection of the Anglo-American proposals Mossadegh had a length] Kathana. Informed quartern said the religionleader expressed full support for Mossadegh's counter proposals The Senate must now also give vote of confidence to the Premier Then the Government's ecaUBta i iniinaals, u anssndad ; %  UM N onal Oil Commission will be subEidenhower A "Political PuUback" PHILADELPHIA s %  bower on M %  id.i',. BMabower*! i ame bt I I w • [i i %  I l< ;!ly opei Eisenhower on Sftmday said %  itleni %  line of treatment" re 1 Trumu icofl rnlttCq lo llntali t'.P. C.P l the form 0 tl % %  > miry s healtl 24 Arrested For Corruption VIENNA. Sept. Iff. Radio BucfauffW :'i Romai ralLiberators with i ight wing cot ruptkm Hi U d b] formei Fiu.uict Minuter Vsule ive been sentence"! to % %  %  said that inc i oJunta ut like %  eying we da v except trj poor noui i i The broadeasl darfondanU in t endrd yesterday wen corrupUottfats, saboteurs, and enemies ing the neat ten "days*during""rh i "f the state who had stolen millions Rosh Hassonah celebration The'"' dollars from the nationol bank message tells Jews liehlnd the Iron Curtain they arc not forgotten during the Rosh Hassonah season or any other linic — v.p. New Field For Missionary Work HAMILTON. Ontario. Sept. 1 The United Church of Canada will Join with three British churche? to open t new field of African missionary work, the Rev. Aitken. Chairman ol the Ovei eai Ml on mnouneed Tuesday. The i i %  a northern Rhodegla and co-operating eaWtehoa are the Presbyterian r. :.. r*ajattoB ill i %  %  M-ni.-n.:. Added to tluii. some 20 new missionaries had been sent abroad this yeai and missionaries still In the esst, after service in China will be transported to -tlengthen other fields —U.P. finance ofllc and 0 %  ..i i 1 i itlon In prison U I i r ih<' aoctised wars given long eetlons] -'ork" or i ltr>k %  • fendants to Lots as an IndicaUon that the former n.lnister and hi> "accomplices'*former Foreign Minister AM Pauker and form* Il % %  -1 i'-'ohan George may soc n b-OR trial on similar charges. —C.P. Vnti-Gorruption Strike In Lobaifon HEii U The nationwide sti UP Qovernnwntal houai rlaanlni Syria entered its second day %  tronggnan Premier Saeh Sala (onlinued hiafforta to ri li Wall St-.%  %  the Taftppraasiv< %  %  %  %  %  I ptatforrr which in my opuuoti li I aoU-laboui platform Ha Mbndtled to ins %  [' %  message was T eao '< l -esslon o' ntj -flrsi annual \ v i. COOTOfflUon U loUowad an address by Mutu.i. a> i^trator Aicrill Hanlm.iii i r WAFI) Parlx Approve Krorgaiiization Plans i! t IVALTBi COM.l\s CAIKO Sept. 10 nil up approved Tucav lar reachlni \ Utai %  %  %  1908. has been demanded .1 all Premn nb came %  I %  .... %  : <>n Na, u I Slt'\(-|ISOII At III! rv I aft RAther Mian Eis6nbowts9 WASHINGTON. Sept 16 Adlai Stavanaon %  .ippurent stralr his big gun* on Tail rather than plaaoi d ISM t^> working in Sprmefict. .:>.aaslam ton m Tnursday. A .. d that UlO Mhi...iQOVI in"i ill eoncenU.iti in %  Tail liart "t.il • %  showoi Nnp ..,,%  ing oo the thcor) that Tall U at ROOTI a campalgi. Ki .nhower if no! MIS PtIMt P1ROOOV amiles hap|-il< at Doctors Hospital, Washington l>. L' as she i.iM-s with her new-lm twins for newsmen The proud father, a U&JUL bomber pilot. Bad th Iraa Curtain four years ago and l>— sines migrated to the L'niled States. f/aler-iatioruiO Davidson Brings 987 Bags Of Rice From B.G. THE Sell"'UT Philip II. Davidson nnv.l in potl \ rnioiiiLin; from Briiish Guiana with 1*H7 bn^ UthouAh thia ihipmant will reUave the present shorts < .. t Advocate un' irdf, that tin-position will i I'D.. r Dtgr nwd until Octobei 1st. when || ka axpactagj thai ranul '.•rii Bntiah Guiana 'il b* i*curned i | .. %  i K %  are • li tail I Ban Had in •• *-II MI the island | Housewives wars forced t" .h.e.iiu in pack. REIGHTERS COLLIDE PORT ANGELES, Washington. Sept. 16. A Japanese freighter eollidi %  QracJi ft atghtei In ;i den: fog in the Bttatta of Juan Ilo Pui ejrly on Tuesday and one Japanese was killed Both ships continued to their destinations The (ircck freighter had s six inch crack in her bow. several buckled plates and lost her anchoi The Japanese ship hsd a hole In her bow above the waterllne. —P.P. Ki %  nhower'' whistle stop leaded into Ifinneaofi. il llgnei Hairy TlU"_--iman had a chance %  > di u '" %  """• m, 5'.!l w S2:.!';-,.dinlnl.tnill..i', .i.iniiue aaniv. Republk i %  1 r. -.'. • Ka Houas hi p dalp rn s srould b non-poUt* i %  na ueal pb n and only at lr %  : %  %  rials an unparalleled hallenge the Legislature Informrd source expected the Parliament's Speaker iii max 'ing of thi House to challenge thr Premier"house-cleaning" m"n i —U.P. Soviet^ChineHe Agreemenl May Be Propaganda Effort By STEWART HENLSKLY WASHINGTON, Sept. 16. THE new Sonet-Chinese agreement is another Russian propaganda effort to frfijhlon the Japanese out of their present cooperation with the eastern bloc of nationled bv I the An.lo-Americans. in the opinion of ton officials han They .T h** opinion that undisclosed economic portions of the new accord would reveal the keg to ih future course of Communist action in the Korean war I'll pinion in na 9tJ la Department was that the Russians were using the lack of Communist peace traetaV with Japan anil the allegation of possible Japanese military rtaUirgenee at an excuse to justify Moscow's failur<" to meet the time table for its withdrawal fiom Port Arthur I' was said if the Russian* wanted to fight the war to a bitter rnntlumon there astMltd l>< no reason for refusing to dis%  strongly thev awe willing to hack the Chu> munlst. The only other explain tion which Amencai Officials iSy To Avert Strike asssaUM Sept IS '. itj ocBi I..i confarrad wrlU i rucking leaders In a last %  •finn toavorl i mldnlgtbl rtrlks the trucking llrms that virtual!, would impose a food Itlncknde on West Ilerlin A city spokesman said that if no compromise formula can be found, the city will take legal action to force the trvickcrto bring food and milk to Berlin through East Germnnv from the West. The city's 800 trucking firms voted a strike in an effort lo force the city to pay %  onipensation for waits of as Ions as 70 hot] the Soviet checkpoint on the Western section nf the no-mile highway to Berlin. The city government rejected ihc demand on the grounds that the city cannot pay rompcnutioti for Sovie. chlcanerv The city also said that the truck* ITS' demands are vague r.p. 30 I'liari-i MI ir(rl POT In Mexican Floods MEXKO CTV. Sept. 16. 6 JET PILOTS KILLED SEOUL. Korea. Sepl H. Sis American marine Panthei iel ilghU'i planes slam men into i loud hidden Korean i last Thurlav killing all m ntlol Wovj and marine Offleiall said the eturnlng < isalon. Tltc> 'truck a 3,000-fe '.un abon' nt Taegu ,. urred almost at the tarnc instant %  wea'Jirr rraj and the nwtiiitaln'i %  -C.P. Third ( Hiiiniiiiisi Spy Ring Cracked KI | % %  v : 10 polles .inno,in ( -d munlst spy i %  rating under N t., Kor aanaral Pbc. vam munist spies of South KOV* nationaliu Am ;iniii A 11,(4 of 17 August M fa ila—d %  p t working in tl -.., %  .. %  |. that 10 OUM : % %  %  i rresl ... %  •>or' killed Th • pi %  %  %  -I P /.A. OWKRS aw'/' TKBNKAL EXPOtTS %  ier agran ,n it w i %  m.-i-div I %  -.ii> || iu'lon. Wr*t Vbrgtnia on sytda* nigh I .uid "iitr lion anxious resident* of thr vineyard hill hoitslnjt BVaSjBOt haw flood•I Ike -Mitehhoard al the puller department h're. asksBI fr ronrlrmallnn l the report*. The nrwspipcr H hr*llni, Inlellkenrer li.i,U„ been plaatU'd gg rouga in cam firm Hut -A t.u fm>i monster from another world* W.e. roamina .bout Hi. %  "in i' >> Gomes. A Wlt| I %  %  od State i aplj ui %  l.iii< torn %  i and oth< i i % %  Altai it had Isasorvi %  •I • BU : ,. h the %  i ill lie pubMu-I.ipha Nahas Ex-pn miav .i'h,tt'AI I [loul announced hat memh i I Kusl ippffi %  eek < ompronuse ta appllaa -tig with %  • ill elect the %  > ; Parl" i — i Three I go hie I llilrkl jnl %  win. h UN ) ii kfja Local uppliSI whJoh *iv avoll.i. '. i irrtrttas anara nilured 1" very limlafd jLSfjfjsssjssus: =3= !" ;; Snbri'-jotn Shoot Down 4 JOG's n %  lUL, sept, is United •' dm. n f.,ui Ci?namunlsi M.I a \S lets and dsmaged two Othafff to ptomber theti u-st month "t the K ill duel>. With RusMari-built flgirvktOratg brought the M.I G. toll tins month t (l is destroyed, three probably destroyed and .17 damaged oath an •> il ol II .. ... wlien 41 M.I.Ci'i At least some pf die Sabres carried the nev davfn %  %  Thomas Fuileii.r doscrlbi <) as .it. n ick" thai ortant tai%  nlase" over the M.I O. AUlad bombori drop| %  -l Korem. Pyongb Ground hghtini; tan .long the few minoi H<• —UP a i r Do lloiisevuvc*. I nlliii-i;isii ii,,. noon % %  tha arrival of yesi .i .. hlpn %  n< b> 'he PMUfj Igaa anal rereivi-d with rnueh iilhusiasm by housewives who ie tiiiping h. obtain a more aprosauar ..-.kiN lUpnUaa srbieh n IOIIIMIUI MJ cano biought by the n-hided 1.84.% %  ran coal IMits. 750 bags of charcoal, 40 issea ol matches ami a go.' >.f haidwi.Hi. laosudini n nhearl nora, ciabwood and purplaltasut. Captain irf the ipt C. Seoly % %  the M V Illur Slur for %  *. <.f lumber si i mahogany TinCaptain of tha %  and iu agents are A. E Harrb a (o., Ltd. So I'oHi-r (Inn Stop 9oath Africa IVom lictirnihif; RepiiMiG %  Maljui %  BfHll %  ufflclent t fun. •Xfl il %  I uggle %  r i" %  %  l/.S. Turns Down /hi fa ins Request WASHING I i the United State*, had turned down Brit%  ting of mill tan iepr's*'iilativei of Iha Pad I'ouncil In Honolulu or *r M. %  , orma] rapt* to tha n i : • tra on istrslli d New | '• %  .i..mi planning %  •' o-ofdlnato U ii DI %  toUosWal ''.i rdf Egn I moiit Typhoon Sirtke* Wake Islattd typhooi %  %  %  % %  %  >i %  ominunlci: this ninlI P tai %  bout In The llltll \ .ml |y ell i tl a i itrva r p %  %  tf.S. Plans llig Kxphmon WORTH .\li< iLIN \ Bept ii rhe Ur Inan has over been a," Acting Joint roncres%  %  %  %  ., i %  •• graaaV %  %  %  %  %  r. -1 lie lent-. ^,|l : >i iveathat and other eonrlittons t r : ADVOCATE J CHRISTMAS CARD I COMPETITION far on aid in order to keep th< Chinese dependent enough on Moscow so that the Bovfa to conti-.l Ri | I ties in Asia. No responsible ofnual hen hereceded in the south of M' nnr the Pacific coast regl Fe-leial troops ent into the ai io hunt the dad ,,nd missing nr-, cover* i idle. They 15P^ Un ue said that the missing are from | small villages of the region • Chief Justice Dismisses Appeal between Acapulro and Chilpsncingo. The village* I Espuudillo Tahuatican and illv covered with water. Fahlonable Acapulco was rut off by road in all directions -If lieved Soviet-<'hine*e .igrermeni and anticipated a prop... m l > r .' ,? ir1 f' companiment wouM the Japan'v I i schedule! < sad remained un%  0UH re appeal was dismth-ed shaken, and tha PotkM Magistra nissed the with costs. [fa -f th d. • .imut K> 10 fendsnf* prevtm). record, sei p-m tenced her to 'wo months' imN Dispute in then reason, lot si to two ent. and Their th Masistrate i*Rt;sf:\rs CMEDBS TIKIS In CASEY HOPES FOR IDFAS ON KOREAN TRUCE CANBERRA & External AffairMi n 1st a redenRichard Casey said in the Hrsaw Regency | of RepresentativeTtM hoiied to avoir* "-me Idea to.lowardji settlemenl of the Koreai S.irdar %  ting bodily ft radrsns th I %  % %  'i slic threw | .. %  %  nrbopad ho lag "' %  %  doeumenli were addressed to towards settlemenl of the Koreai K Ahmed Puad '1 King of Eg\*pt -ar before he goes to the UQJtai Nations for the Oeneral Aaam • iialsce in I bly meetlnK. Cl I I Judges of the Court threv TO) tl ear accompanied bv not Ibut the deadlock em prisoner %  l !• but fails to see i -l 1XlloHed lo < hanye Plea i v* V 5 -r 'i klor and Mr .-. .-ggP g..? Hs**j lh r Mngis-,.,'. tb.,<.,, h" n. ,ga,n and giving evi*Z!i M?.if4-iI !" 2i' I Jt %  '" Bsa fsct ihc first time .. %  • Baoklea face, but si loss d did so onto a't and fcnkwl bet f Whether thw t^iy. if iruc %  Baa, and the I meanour (f the •-. %  satisfied a* to found guilty her recall Ing garpajatoi proposal of Appeal had "lelt like an.ivhether the>were wrons There tfu story was •ubstantisily cortrs'e must be conflr Chiireli CK Christ Ordered To GfeBt? • RO I %  %  IS %  %  ..', %  %  • •. | | I, | %  r* taa Arnarlean BPOM imtnaUoti add He said the or n will fight tin %  ,,'e Di lead i h linbasKy for a full leport %  %  .ui ii an .lifllcultisa bscauae the lr-• xninatkin gaine.1 toon ronvart %  war and practised .o:"*J( %  .' I I %  ? %  ; %  .< %  : %  'CH DELEGATES LEAVE FOR PEIPING PEACE CONFERENCE RDM c, .. *. . I, tor H I i i -: .lit. ,| from Horf 1. %  truth I t "3 %  '2 I %  %  I I i running Ihc ("in itmag nun | %  %  !'cn ty all regd•nd cards can %  %  fly process drawing, phot %  %  any iiurnmusi be ;;iven to cards vr*aa| Indian I io nuveltv cards. 'iio by a I wnlch will in%  r. Th^ir decision will be final. I laloWl FuTSl Third—$10.00; n( $5 00 il be digs' ationery Mviseum. The i if tin competin in their %  gild bt addn rocato, Brtdgttown. K & & & & 3. a & %  & S K n t& IS %  iS s & & %  A KAnwtmstttvtnimfnimnmfmMtmsivw*



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IIVKIIADOS ADViH in WIAIMill SI I'll Mill I! II, i2 (fcUiib Callinq ppitduiK th -iimnn ll for the D f i holiday hr-r id Dumb School. Pixie O'Scowl Wanted to Help — He Took Tools to People Who Built Houses— By M u rUU KNARF and Hum.! Ml j..i making themselw' >ll Oak. who** roota made • gnarlcrl and mosay tangle aeoena tht wida trunk, when i 1 footatepa coming up a staircaae directly %  •dcrground. A moment later a tiny bark-coveied door o^ei ad M the Bide of the trunk. I O'Scowl pushed hi* way tafl Il< looked anything hut rm: hii bark he area eari>ii carpenter'a >% %  Knarf and Hanld eeeM t 1 wai a earpefiterVl-x >> end of a aaw, and ihe hei hammer and a rre . j thing for nomebody?' a-ked Ham, ilngfe M or axe, ju-t u ing their "Ok no." replied Plata O'Scowl E s sie I" "I'm jut going to try to Icnl my Hftflld aaid; "The BoBfOI Small B Mn g.i flM Plata 0*Seewl hud • 1K>* 1 They 1 tool* row them Km" I going to be Jon"! think he %'-t. That'a riirht. And all the hir,! B r M ,! Am) '"%  "" % %  "'' •*""-' ** x/orJ Y l .rwW! % %  "'' '" IhGrassc" jrcMcrday mi M 'I'S A**** Ph"P. ""• ll B.rb.1 Scholu in Modern BUidto. Irom Harrison Collsct. lie n p Mi Dm F Blacken . I ,. m.n lo ihc University College Th, I....U Mi Ramk. who .i,'„,,f "-'"'"• •"' """ 1 numb Assnciaiinn, After this hi will ml* Middle .-I-'"" '.. .„ Temple to reud for the Bar. Since leaving Harrison College in September, 1951, Mr. Phillips onUCt was worked as a sub-editor on the /y„„*w... •-"'' %  s --' vsnsansj? .r £ M" % %  : %  '' %  I" %  """ .STS Of thC I.....I...I He w nS* VSJS, C ^,. t Ete W .,5^12? Phillips „l Welcome Hall, Christ Pembroki better eerpenter. than I ,n An.l a^S?tiK! UP '", ^ SS? they don't have any tooM" f"' '.^ ". l "!* *"' tooU f lln ",, And they haven t even got hand?. hnrr and llanid wanted W.V. int. "And thru thm an the molci more about thia. .nd the gophvra and the mice and "Well." said Pixie O'Scowl "Wiai "" "" %  P'nunka^—all buay bolldlnc of the folka I know are LwOding a l n 1 !" lOOt tooli of any kind! So big apartment houae for themlve> m atOMlg around to all of UklM HI abig aa a hill it i—with th..,i % %  nv '^'hem m-.d anything like and* of room*— and eorridora mml. 4 sl,w or ha"'tner or a eUgal "r a ing thia way and that, up and .! .> *"" xe or a drill, or %  iinl .,. roaj. But Ihey won't BM anv .'"'. %  !" ., Ur a ""' ""f"" "ui. %  1 i Mr H-iuii' Ramke> ity Dii %  i i $ it>.Hi I'lifiinttTM MKS, LUIS GONPhUliiw of Welcoi Church, Since h Ihor liarA dunce waa held on 6th June, lul.In n almUarl] hundily Mi's S. Durant nd Uw t io ihe atponaorini CtNnnlttM m nil IbOm, unforhonour i Ibdrawn aa inty aroro round t<> bo nwnlajly MI. .;::: Mtd*S vc„„eu h c '* %  n. Carlo*, Jnr., froro n tn( .. arrived by B.W.I.A.. on Monday v lingomonUia ,, 1IV pro aroM. morning from Trinidad an OB 1 ' ,., .. , ,er < win enu i. to in LJ I pupil ot IfaiTiaon College their hand-." boulderad the heavy ( ... wi Hanld MM, jBi dragging tab box anmad for ino Anta! And then." he •r*n| notbing." on, "there are some KftOT folk, who And oft* he trudged, mill mutter. Hiding an enormou* hon^e ing until Knarf and Hunid lost sight the hollow trunk of a tree, of him behind the lull ridge. How To Fill A HostelTry Hobbies IN less than a year the numt*i of boy a at London's "(tubby Mai trebled. i— %  year there were rarely -.than 20 boyj staying at %  KsBBke House. CamberwelL a I unatan County Council aided Then hobbies — anything from %  • Ml-kceping U> model engtneer%  %  inlr.iuced by the new Mr. L. Teaadale "The word has got round among the boys at their jobs and now we have 80 keen boys said Mr. Teasdale. "As con as we decided to inMani hobbien. we had >" %  '!> f applications to live lnvr %  Roasie llouw i* mainly for boyi wurking in London away from their homes. Each boy makes a -antribution towards his keep and local authorities also help. The %  eat of the expenses are met from voluntary funds. —L.ES Keepers See Ivy Does Not Eat Too Much By CRAVEN HILL. UM must closely watch i in the Ixindon Zoo now is thn polar bear Ivy. KOOpari are anxious Uj t sh gels no food of any kind from the public. There is a reason. Ivy. mother of Brumas, Is likely to have another cub In November and too much of the wrong kind f food could be fatal. Ivy's keepers hope she will have a male cub—Brumas is a female —hul she may well have twin*. Twins aro common among polar ) aan BY THE WAY I Bfl asked how D Allick manages, to bat l long holiday in the French casinos I am told that when he left for France he took with him a party of 18 friends. On arrival in Boulogne the 18 friends cashed their travellers" heques. handed the money to the headmaster, and returned to England. If Smart-Allick wins at the tables they will get (some of) their money back when he returna to England If he Mats**, he relic* on his knowledge of 'heir private affairs to keep them quiet. Short cult lo Ga#altintl TWERE will soon be lectures on olfadology at Billinasgatc. Trained Ash-smellers are work• %  > By Beachcomber in a i Clerk IVI ; %¡ 01 detained after n< w: " ,hi and enquired, he nd than have reached Ifl rew roWM "'">' a*dto| a birthday the eldest bov iv I.', years old KrcotinK (or Mr. Bradshaw whose and has sunovtf five >e.nm birthday was yesterday. Incidentehool %  lly, it was also Mr. Walcott's imtliday. In Stuily /''iifiinriTiii/f Hnflhvrn llvrc K It^II TKUKNt K C (ill.I.. I of *TdlE I*e brothers. Keniielh Hn, F, F. C 'I'll •* and Frank of Port-of-Spain *d I thf U.S.A., of Rtgan Lodge, St Uichael, left Trinidad arrived by B.W.I.A.. on i* last for Monday morning for sixteen days' I three and %  hall months' BngUnd whari ba srU] study NoUdW srhkta they are spending there and *ays that he Engineering. *** geesta at Super Mare Guest holiday He iraa met In London by his Hotio. impressed. brothti and Slater, Frere and Kennpth Is an Accountant of ,. „ "' Ailhur Scull 4 Co, while Ki ink ''> "^ .„ „ tu ,. J I He, k employe with the r| m Mi ( wi( mil. ,.n Oly, n pn *,„„,,„ TrtnkW Cos^^W L IS IVf IH t T,lv VKAItWK)U (..i Farnum t the Modem H b '' "' ,y Lord's Hill, a stu-ient about two area* holldey and are B< on Thursdav night. iHth '' ** %  C-oUaga, returned home at the Hotel Ro ( "" 11 Tnnidad on Monday morn. %  d M of the public are cor* '"* l,v BW.i.A. Dorothy h.id been Tranafer osally Im re %  %  Wtndlng three weeks' holiday :n Station H to that Mr, Farnum will Pwri-of-Spum as the guest of Mr. 1 %  I'' 1 < any ..lie-and Mrs. John Suaros of VYuodOff T„ U.8. i ,; 'rook |i; DARNLEY GtBBON.fi LONDON, SepteinlK-r !0lh Ctnerna audtonces ir -ire now able to see for the first' Ume a film takitn in British Guiana by two young Ei | several years ago. The two men — Mr. Johl %  ' and Mr. Rpgi' Bid Hughes spont ten month ing the lllm Dunn,; that time, they travelled over 5,000 mile* in the colony—by air. on bosss back, on foot, by train and by nver. iJUSS T' 1 '^'"do." the film has shots of many places hitherto unexplo,,*,! ba Brllljn Guiana. They photographed one jEifsntlc fall, for instance, whnh had not bopn seen since it* lueovcry i n 1830 To get to its foot they had to hack a way through virgin forest, returning to their craft in pitch darkness! iney met nutivea of Uha hlnI ind lived with uieni. leading an almost prehistorfr ejtistenoR At th,. same lime, thev saw and photographed the country's old and new industries — the mam,future of Demerara sugar and rum and the mining of bauxite. The strange and exotic animal ife in British Guiana also interested these young En K Ushmen Many hours were spent CaMUnj and Miming tarantula N>'der* and arapaimas, the world's largest ftaatiwall l Altogether they shot enough film to run for nearly The film ha* praise. ]„ 1951 it was chosen I for the Kdinhui h Festiva m IBflZ. for the Cunnes Film Festival H will also be seen at the Venice Film Festival this year. AZ^^^P !" ^ F,,m 'baautlfuU] -.hot and freshly obaai \ ad. i — • II 7T m SEA VIEW GUEST HASTINGS, BARBADOS Dally and Longterm Rates quoted en request. Permanent Guests welcome. Dinner aad Ceektall Parties Arranged. J. H. BUCKLAND Proprietor. %  in order for them, they do not have to taste the fish. They stand behind a chalked line. 18 feet to windward or a heap of cod. and write down their experiences as a friendly breeze wafts to them a message rrom the denizens of the deep Their manual, to be published soon, is called: The Devi %  % %  'H System foi | < Wet White Fish Stored in Ice". This, of course, is an official adaptation of Mus Elise Hammer's 'The Slink of Cod." A documentary film will show the scorer at work, as the smellers shout their ..ssessments aCaxca 8: -4 aril 90 TAURUS April 31—May 20 0EMI1*1 May Bt—Jnn and OAWOBn +f ynn. 22—July 23 | Hnlii'.ili. September 17. 1952 r section in wmch your birthdav '"," %  M i ttton la la mental work ke'ii pi..miin K and managing oftaV aiTair*. Avoid harmful content dm lie T genial. * 4 Rather mild tendencies going to ten beneikvibrations during P.M. and all of to-morrow. Avoid spasmodic decisions, aV hasty trys at this and that. ~ %  %  Grand influences from your Mercury aV w should inspire you to achieve as much as you > possibly can in u productive wav. But ^ don't be arbitrary, or vindntn,,*• .* * On whole M" I oi w, %  • %  I Monflaj mornlni B W I A roi %  %  .' the Ail uoit to wish %  fi lends. Listening /fours 1 DN| -n \i -ii-ii MHI a r. !.. %  4>— I It a, ., i. ...w tt asM %  %  %  %  % %  %  p m Think on Snill.di Mi(,.ri r %  is p m M KlaS iiidc. 7 urn. The NS ; n. i % %  %  14*—IS • a aa si UM. n an 1 %  aaaUv Newt Arcnunt, T %  ii*. is (> % %  i real In 1" p m 10 IO p III Nf i Week Talk. IS A Long WAY 16WP GINGER BOTTLERS (BDOS) LTD. \. ro-Ramoilng Tory duels. (VI Made far airs. It aoodIB) Himr nii. bread i-uinponeitt ell' thrive 181 Like time. It nevar tarrlea. (Si Allude, IB I Tart for detaeuva. l) t aide probablr. 141 . VII I i The (..rif.n st James TO-DAV a s* r H Alfred MITCHCOCKa MTKANOKU ON A i c M-. Farlev GRANGKH-Rulh KOVAN "WHITE HBAT' Jamea rAONIV LI0 July 84— Aog. 88 VIBOO Aug. 8S—Sspt 23 LXBBA %  apt 84—Oet S3 Ul !,1 %  i Nut thu trooper. nauticsll) dkanstroui, (flf I Icate blua. (Si Tlie M U nit-cui Uir lit aa the? %  %  %  . s IM*t: 14 i. 51 OriflTl tflol KUJ0K4A /v LAV8ASNB LAUSANNE. Switzeil.Mi.l. Bagd Ifl I %  %  -1 gueen Narrim.m of MTPl arrived ra ra ba train al II.OO CM r, aceornpenJed Italian lawyer Carlo Damello and iii. Italian woman comnenlon, -CJ. POOLE POTTERY In a whir VarlslT TCA and COFFEE SETS, WALL VASES. ORNAMENTS eto. Y. De LIMA A CO. 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Je> * Your Mars in warlike position to-day says ^ to be calm. You will have better results *T from your effort as well as feel more content. Much good can be accomplished. * * You may not rind everything to your liking or monetary returns from investments.^ sales, etc., as lavish as you'd wish but day ^ is favourable for good work. * * Indications nou %  .ireful hand-^ ling or business and home matters, finance*, investments, etc. Study, teaching.^ general brain work highly sponsored, -*r • • strongly vetoes quick. Jaf* decisions or changes of tiers. Be co-operative nd you will gain. ^ * 4W More favourable than otherwise with dsy improvlni: generall) H it advances. Plan. jL get things ready for bigger tomorrows when" indications are much more favourable. *K <;<*HI going! -^ YOU BORN TO-DAY belong to a highly intellectual^ group, fond of learning and improving others" welfare. Arc M not quarrelsome but are exacting of self and others. 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IRAN PREMIER Mohammed Mossadegh, threatened eis a .
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confidence during their meeting to consider the Truman- | Convention on Tuesday that “some
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or Minister Soliman Hafez for
tion of the oil industry. Siemns a axes for a fresh at- West Indies »proval Then it will be pub-
Mossadegh in a statement read — “< Drieiase aides $4 ovens as ™ ' shed z
to legislators repeated that the — to A.F.L, President William Green Mustapha Nahas Ex-premier
latest Anglo-American offer was | 4 ; Meee ota, al From Our Own Correspondent nd leader of the W.A.F.D. since
sen wer Truman said he had seen indica: J : Ss
totally unacceptable, He offered | A , oO / Ante eae a th Wall _pitree e LONDON, Sept. 16. he death of Zagloul announced
counter proposals which he said Pe vouinal ih . “nt Pong ao Mr. Albert Gome ind = Mr./that members of the Parliament-
were the last basis on which Iran A “Political Wall “Street to poe Tha Taft- antley \dams have been/ory group and other Egyptian
might accept a settlement. Hart yes ee) eee ee sen to represent the West In- i7 vho wish to join up uh-
. anaes) 44 vere artley Law even more oppressive | t tl eld Anakin Ctiag ;
_ Mossadegh said: “If British pol- Pe nd unfair than its at present,’’| \ e forthcoming Com he new system thust apply
icy aims by temporising and send- Pullbaek’ . eh afal can, lat * Rar cit ealth Prime Ministers Con- acting secretar Ibrahim
ing notes to continue its economic Reput naa n hoe nee in London in November. |} Farag within a week
pressure and prevent the sale of tility to labour, but {t appears that) hey will act as advisers to :the i A
oil, there is no doubt that this PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16. | the Republican candidate has now’ | retary of Stat J ee Compromise
Government's policy toward Iran Truman labelled Dwight Eisen-| made his peace with the author of | Mew selection was confirmed N that tt
j is not friendly The Iranian Gov-]|hower on Monday as a political} the Tattetincties pe Acmerent } eeting on Saturday of tl | Nahe d that the founding
;ernment gives itself the right to] pullback” with “horse and buggy"! ly his conduct will not be out of gionat =Keonomic Committ P would pass on the applica.
defend its rights and must abstain} ideas about medical legislation. | line with the Republican shutfornt| xecutive in Londor n Those accepted along with
ARRESTED in Teheran after creat-| {°° no action, even if this leads} The President declined to mention] whieh in my opinion is the most | Items for discussion by the cor be — founders will comprise
ing a disturbance at the Russian | oe a san ot feanaee eo Eisenhower’s name but it was] anti-labour * platform they have| ; Fst tap ms DOE REE a ' ’ cone = Suet ae
ations. Responsibility for such a] evident h ferred to a state-Is 144 rag a ‘ eading latter organizati j
Raoud, Spshiontich, isstee er" wee possibility will of course rest with| ment the Republic n Presi ie r i tenst 18 Sears on ae Sh sale Concerted action to pro-| new Executive ¢ i nod tiie
| : the British Government a i Vinee aul T ad sun Peo: luee more food draw| oon as Hadez gives the nod, The
Iranian Somka party who would be : az ; nominee made against any feder- Truman's message was read to} ; ms . 2
another Sainiee, gives the old Se _ After the Majlis gave its rejec-! atly operated compulsory heaitl delegates in the cottind session of | MRS. PETER PIROGOV smiles happily at Doctor's Hospital, Washington, materials ; | v ta v @iypulates that the Par-
salute. The Somka is the Iranian ‘!0 tg Me a ay usurance programme : the seventy-first annual A.F.L D, C., as she poses with her new-born twins for newsmen, The proud 2. British and United States}ty Pre sient be elected
version of the Nazi party—(I.N.P.) | POSa's ossadegh had a lengthy Eisenhower on Sunday said|Convention. It followed an ad father, a U.S.S.R, bomber pilot, fled the Iron Curtain four years ago capital to be used .in ex wr a terr P three
Peta en ae, a such a programme would give}dress by Mutual Security Admin-| and has since migrated to the United States. (International) panding trade ged A 9
toate exureseed. fill flan 4 patients a “regimented assembly] istrator Averill Harriman —+—-—-—— — ' Fresh action b il Com Naha & oe seeee F
. . 2 P ree ant?’ "es 7 a F monwealth Governments , an uesday hf
Voice Of America | Mossasezh’s counter proposals. | 125. ha ‘Tonics medic cane ta i Davidson Brings 987 was gnitation.” [Vari Marea and mas
e Senate must now also give a] "| Er aCe CH ‘ d 1. United States to be asked | (ul piifeedl ¢ rk for 2% Vpars.
f , vote of confidence to the Premier. | ‘''O'* ee < hee os Asians inwertka tartin (iw he ET] :
Broadcasts To aMEk Ale Governments counter ent eaten American Stevenson Atlac ks ’ to consides lowering tarifts, | 7 ZN “4
. proposals, as amended by the Na- “coral sssociation = Conventio mp { e | ‘ ie tbat Tae ini at voting, Nal
Jews In Russia a Oil Comentasion will be sub- aa iTs : X at Bisenhower s remark I aft Rather j B . Of R fk rom B G ae to i - age pr e : ~~ - ae by
waitiad th: Welbain. thine forth oF am ue country s health problems i ks 1¢ce e e i ther id ; 7 forme Berdtary Fuad Berg £)
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 a note—UP. & OP, oa aaa ah igre pase! Than Eisenhower . uct Scr ouan eet ee as eadyput Tots upon
f S . 16. t ; and “locally indigent mn Tum oc eta ‘ 7 § oe ae
The Voice of America’s floating ore medical care.” He added “that is ‘ASHINGTON, Sept. 16 THE Schooner Philip H. Davidson arrived in port yes- a becouse (Mx partyt@rad viously
pag re oe ee “7 be ut like saying we don’t need odvetaa” Adlai : “Gravetaon terday morning from British Guiana with 987 bags of rice N P ¥ y eves rrest a
hope to millions of Tews capped 24 Arrested i Soe sites Se aE t. came up with an apparent strat- «mong other general cargo, Although this shipment will]. VO F.ower Can Stop ahs Poet Cie a wie
Jews | the ae . house At. ce an appé tr 12 ast official 4
| in Soviet Russia and _ satellite Fi ° Fifa 75 nh ; wy switch on Tuesday, training relieve the present shortage somewhat, the Advocate un- + pe \ to deposit funds tota about
| coomney ae see in the or Corruption his big guns on Taft oe than derstands that the position will remain very much the same South Af rica I FON, £100,000 in the Misr k in
orm of a Ros assonah prayer © * Eisenhower Stevenson planned eres ie on oo * ial ie ‘ ‘evuls uD- ceordance with the law? The
was being transmitted over three | VIENNA, Sept. 16. | Anti-Corruption to spend the day working in until sce dl oe when it M eeeerves oe regular suy Becomin “ Re vublie money cannot be touched until
powerful transmitters of the Unit-; Radio Bucharest announced that; cy . Springfield on speeches to be de- plies trom British Guiana will be en sien ed States Coastguard Cutter;24 Roman “callaborators’ with Strike In Lebanon livered during his eastern tour ) =. Serieanatineeetinion oe — The effects _ of Serene |S CAPETOWN., Sept. 15. | nev President ind «Executive
Courier which anchored at the!right wing corruptionists” led by which starts on Thursday. | this commodity in British Guiana Males: setae ht National Party | Committee, —U.P.
island of Rhodes in the Eastern|former Finance Minister Vasile BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept. 16 Aides said that the Tinois | | were seriously felt here . ee vuld. insist on. making -South|
Mediterranean. Luca have been sentenced to The nationwide strike to force | Gevernor will concentrate in Monster Seen penne Stn santas 4 te — \frica a republic and “no power]
The message, spoken in English ; prison terms from two to 15 years.] Governmental house-cleaning in|them that Taft had “taken over” | food shortage in the islan in the world” would stop it | re *
by Rabbi Morris Kertzer, director Syria entered its second day as|the Republican Presidential cam- Ww: : Soot Housewives were forced to re- aad tae ae | U.S Plans Big
of the inter-religious ‘activities The broadcast said that the strongman Bramiér’ Sach Salam paign from Bisuhhawer: . . In ls Virginia ort to purchasing rice in pack- rhe witch — fror a B itish |
division of the American Jewish |@efendants in the trial which} continued his efforts to form! The Stevenson camp is operat- . Gade. fo. winiok, bey paid 90 bit arrene de ie Macher area Ex plosiornt
soveervas will Ls repeated a eee ee ee oni a Cabinet, No riots have broken'ing on the theory that, Taft is al. erase’ viewt 1 16. Tend canottas which tere aya ites of # nortigt-election but not] oXp
uen n several languages dur- Ss , aut, but five : st- Heast as i ys es) rginia, Sept, 16. , " op Hite t” ka oly ihe af ‘
, r the the next ten dave anted the , of the state who had stolen millions [| eq \uoolay Gnd lates veleieee en on u's ae Police on Tuesday blamed able in moderate quantities were] *uficient to necessitate a referen- NORTH ce AROLINA, Sept. 16.
Rosh Hassonah celebration. The \of dollars from the national bank ” di lng 5: } Cer breathin quickly reduced to very limited} dum The United States is planning
ah ce ‘ he charges of distributing pamphlets | one reports of a gas & . bal se
message tells Jews behind the finance offic: anc co-operative | urging the populace to keep the| As Kisenhower’s whistle stop | stdeneyed monster in Whe |} mounts, He said India, South Africa's; “an explosion greater than has
Tron Curtain they are not forgot- | enterprises strike going, Salam faced new special headed into Minnesals vineyard hill area, on the |; Housewives Enthusiastic realest enemy, was using alever been set off before,” Acting
4 Wis é f soli, 7 és 7 a ron. | Neutral position in the East-West] Chairman of the Joint Congres=
ten during the Rosh Hassonah sea- . a a obstacles from Parliamentary !the old campaigner Harry Trt active imaginations of resi- The news of the arrival of yes y > ;
ther time. In addition to prison terms most inate 7 aes ; eee ’ carnpaigner arry i- vee a pies ha’ gieeh ent by the Phili truggle to blackmail Britain and|sional Atomic Energy Committee
eee of the accused were given long} C°Cers who ‘saw in his dismissal|man had a chance to defend the dents, and one said the terday's shipment by the P) the United States,—C.P id Tuesday. Representative Carl
—U.-P. sagt teh of corrections! wellkt ior of Beirut’s mayor and other offi- |jadministration’s medical are only greeneyed monster I Davidson was received with much} ** aia ; Dp ‘hath. Actin s ifman since
eet labour. Observers saw the |C4ls an unparalleled challenge tolprogramme against Republic i ever saw was jealous |jenthusiasm by housewives who the ‘aeath of Heh ton Bric n Me
“ oe - a the Legislature. Informed sources |+.;.. .¢ coi oy4 ap an.” are hoping to obtain a more ap- nyt 1%, .° i of Seni Mc-~
. link: f ‘efendants to Luca “ as {eries of “socialized medicine”. woman, 7 nh rt St ky > Mahon said the test planned at
ew Field For expected the Parliament’s Speaker |" + , ; TT nster w ted preciable part of their regular YI 00 OETiReS
: 1s an indication that the former ; The White House has said that he mo! r was repor' ke
. to convoke an early meeting of the |

minister and his “accomplices”—

Missionary Work former Foreign Minister Ana

ely Enitowk atoll in the Pacific

Tn , Pg ; weekly supplies which had been +t ; ‘ '
: . - ¥.| Truman's speech to the Ameri- sighted near Sutton, West eek his fall “will open up the great-
houston non Scan Hospital Assoclation th Phils Virginia on Friday night, cut to a minimum. Wake Island est era in the history of the world.”





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Pauker and former Interior —vu.p, |delphia would be non-political and since then anxious resi- Other cargo brought by the hay : Durham said super secrecy sur-
HAMILTON, Ontario, Minister Teohari George may soon “" |but that he would defend dents of the vineyard hill Philip Davidson includéd 1,845 WAKE ISLAND, Sept. 16 rounds the tests and he is not at
Sept. 16. be on trial on similar charges. medical plan and reply at le; st housing project have flood- wallaba posts, 333 cast iron coal A typhoon with winds ranging] liberty to disclose the nature ¢
s 8 ply | ’ att oft
The United Church of Canada —UP. Officials indirectly to the Republican «:- ed the switchboard at the pots, 750 bags of charcoal, 40.|'\)) to 138 miles an hour battered] the tests. He said no major war=
| will join with three British FRE tacks.—U.P. | ee Praragrct + on ‘ mane cases of matches and a_ great| W i Island, ripped rooftops off} ships will be “blown up” in the
churches to open a new field of} FREIGHTERS COLLIDE ° asking for confirmation o quantity of hardwood, including} vildings, knocked communica-! tests and that the exact date of
African missionary work, the Rev.| porp ANGELES cae j To Avert Strike | ryiz. . e || the reports. greenheart, mora, crabwood and|'ion lines down, and forced alli the tests will depend on the
Aitken, Chairman of the Over- r Sept. 16, | | Third Communisi | The newspaper Wheeling purpleheart, Captain of the{‘reraft to bypa this _mid-| weather and other conditions
seas Missions announced Tuesday, a ~alehtae cmiethd BERLIN, Sept. 16 Intelligencer has also been Davidson is Capt C, Sealy facifie island —U.P. —UP.
The new field is in northern A Japanese freighter collide: City officials conferred witl S s y plagued by caljs ‘to con A nott rrival yesterday wa
n “Vv 8 eC! ith a Gre nei ap ¢ ae ~ ibs als §=CO rre : 3 f - Another arrive yesterqday WS) oyun 0 We Nil Way We We le es potas Wastes vehtes peobe tastes ine a eet \ nam sadtahits
Rhodesia and co-operating fog ie shee albalsonet Juan be Puc trucking leaders in a last-minut« PY Ring Cracked firm that “a ten foot mon- the M.V, Blue Star from Nassau TANG NW NS NG NS NG GW 5 NG NG NANG WG NG WN
churches are the Presbyterian early on Tuesday and one Japan- | effort to avert a midnight strike of bi tas : : } ster from another world” with a quantity of Jumber and] ‘% , : Poe Se eee ee 2
Congregationalist and Methodist. | ese was killed, Both ships con-|th¢ trucking firms that virtually , PUSAN, KOREA, Sept. 16 was roaming about the mahogany, The Captain of the] 5% om
Added to that, some 20 new mis-|tinued to their destinations would impose a food blockade on} Government police announced community, —U-P. Blue Star is Capt, D. Cheeseman] is
sionaries had been sent abroad| The Greek freighter had ix | West Berlin. A city spokesman that a third Communist spy rig and its agents are A. B. Harris &| (2% we
is é i i ill in}; i, Seek, enter nad a sx} aid that if no co omi rmula | had been cracked and said that 1) |'-—— A ze ’ aa, a
this year and missionaries still in|inch crack in her bow, several d ees Sheth crt o fern aa | t iseart | Co., Ltd, sie zm
the east, after service in China] buckled plates and lost her anchor. | ©@" ‘ound, the city w akejhad becn operating under 4 N ° Y Sw i
will be transported to strengthen | The Tipenane ship had a hole in a coer 4 a see Srueers ane " a Korean major | Sabre-jets Shoot U.S. Tur, D 4m oe
other fields, ; o bring food and mi © Berlin | general. 1e rovernment i
7 —U.P oe un Snye ae era through East Germany from the|nounced the arrest uf 44 Con D 4 MIG’. ae 108 own &
ahs i: ot West, ) munist spies of South Korean | own 8 Britain "3 Request &
The city’s 600 trucking firms] nationality in raids since Augu ‘ a . : ADVOCATE ;
; ; ’ SEOUL, Sept, 16 if:
° ® voted a strike in an effort to force) 30th cides it, pao Ge
Soviet-Chinese Agreement the city to pay compensation for| A ring of 17 men was cracked ote onions Rome -_ aed WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 ba &
me waits of as long as 70 hours on{on August 30, followed by | down four Brramatiniet M LG -i4 Informed sources said the Unit-| oF &
Ma B P da Eff rt the Soviet checkpoint on the West-| arrest of 17 women spies inclu jets and damaged two others to ed States had turned down Brit-]| ia CHRI â„¢
y e ropagan J 0 ern section of the 110-mile high-| ing a typist working in the Eighth] make September their best month | °!”'! request to be represented by a Fi
way to Berlin. The city govern-| Army offices. To-day it disclos d z Pe pe ; in observer at the meeting of mili- ,
| ment rejected the demand on the|that 10 ott y ~ rested of the Korean war in air duels | {ary representatives of the Pacific % Pa
, = a ouner were arrestec rT Vv Beis fag ‘ * ore - é se & ic e a
By STEWART HENESELY 7 grounds that the city cannot pay]. raid last Wednesday in whic Vettien Be ue 1G fhe Council in Honolulu on Septem- x
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16. compensation for Soviet chicanery.| the ringleader and another spy| this month to. 45 destroyed, three er 22, ; on, oN
THE new Soviet-Chinese agreement is another Russian | The city also said that the truck-| were killed. Th pol aid that| probably destroyed and 37 dam- The State Department said no| We &
propaganda effort to frfghten the Japanese out of their ers’ demands are vague. aie the spies seized on Wednesd aged. — : ormal ay ae Ree wh bd &
: “a a aie —U.P. ‘luided ¢ servant vorking tt nade 1e meeting centres on the * in és . ‘ ‘
present cooperation with the eastern bloc of nations led by ; ie Pusen, wolide ne ' ny ; rter The previous record month was| United States, Australia and New{ his year the ‘Advocate’ is running ‘4
the Anglo-Americans, in the opinion of ton officials here. ! 6 JET PILOTS KILLED U.P April of this year when 41 M.LG's| Zealand planning of co-ordinate ; 7% a Christmas Card Cumpetition, the %
They also expressed the opinion that undisclosed economic . vere shot down. At least some pf | defences ne yee. pee ' results of which will be published in om
7 ‘ TL , * ¥ Ww the § res CH i . , V listers mee y las ion . .
portions of the new accord would reveal the key to the} | SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 16. UK. OFFERS EGYPT wide the aie Penn bce (cP) | im the Christmas number
future course of Communist action in the Korean war. Fg gel yen — rome TECHNICAL EXPERTS rhomas Finletter described recent- bam Competitors should ote the follow
Aine Ss § a “ " j
The opinion in the State Department was that the | cjoug hidden amen’ ements LONDON, Sept. 16 y a8 8 gadget or, gimmick” that Church Of Christ ae Ing points
Russians were using the lack of Communist peace treaties | last Thursday killing all six pilots.} Britain has offered Egypt tec! “| oe , i a . deat, tac- ure om NA . if oe
with Japan and the allegation of ssible Japanese mili- | Navy and marine officials said the| “ica! experts to help her with] ‘cal advantage” over the M.LG, 4 rhe competition is open to all read-
Pp g po

tary resurgence as an excuse to justify Moscow's failure | Planes apparently were returning] \¢T agrarian reform plan it wa

r c $ ; from a combat mission Micially tated here Tuesday
to meet the time table for its withdrawal from Port Arthur. | °""phey Struele ; ' » offer was made to «tl
nee ‘ime te vee eae oP the | Seuesians They struck a 3,000-foot moun-| Th« te is made to fi gets across the battered Korean

. j wanted to fight the war to a' in South Kore The crashes oc-|course of recent diplomatic ex- peninsula with raids on Pyong-
’ : s a é : - ap vod d and » 8 aly ine:
30 Unaccounted Bor | bitter conclusion there would be urred almost at the same instant|changes, Egypt has so far not] %@28 ane ned uppl wns

Allied bombers dropped tons of
high explosives on Communist tar-

2 be of any size or shaps
; ; ‘ is ess seu | & Q ;overnme , Cards can be made py any process
,tain about 25 miles east of Taegu| @gyptian Government in The Italian fovernment or- » irds can be made py any process

ROME, Sept. 15 i

; painting, drawing, photographic,

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jno reason for refusing to dis-| 41 about 6.00 pm. The weather|formally accepted the offer but wae ae : ae ' oft se all 22 Protestant branche 4 eKc *
4 : : ‘ ‘mM, 1 é » battle fro t a hy it s i : iss i )

In Mexican Floods close how strongly they were was stormy and the mountain’s|'t was expected that she would ‘aa waties Red Rae . al y until special perm ior a 2 competitor can enter any num- .
willing to back the gem cee: position was hidden by clouds. ‘vail herself of it in due course : we wy ; + He a net ; eee : He ber of cards, but all cards must be sR
munist. The only other explana- —U.P. —UP —U.P. & CP. ake years to obtain a spokesman ca eis See ;

os en rere Meee a tion which American officials : ‘ thie sei a > i eee 2. & CP lror the American wes de- | 5 riginal work, &
ounted for as levastating floods |could offer was that Russia was | oar ee} a4 bm ere *3 Preference will be given io cards .
ee ar & 00cs refusing to commit herself too e Se udneiinaiat’ Tha Woasineton' aa with a Barbadian or West Indian &
receded in the south of Mexico!*,. Gn aid in order. to keep the 5 ® e ® Y unconstitutional, The Washington 3% Z adis i é :
near _the Pacific coast region. | Chinese desandent enosah | brs 1é ustice ISMISS State Department asked the a lavour and to novelty cards &
ederal troops sent into the area “ riets c 4 Embassy for a full report The idging will } > by « e

to hunt the dead and missing re- | Moscow so that the Soviets could Reeatnaa Vecor ce there a he judgin V be done by a

ee ety ; i o control Red activi- ; ; FES. Ses OS aac ere oe indging mmittee vwnic ill in- Pe
covered only five bodies. They aig age og Coney mares His Lordship the Chief Justice; was no point of Law in the case roborated and remained un-| were difficulties because the de- 3 jud ae tommi _ aa wnich will a &
said that the missing are from No res sible official here hn- Sir Allan Collymore in the Court and so the appeal w ys dismissed shaken, and the Police Magistrate} nomination gained 1,000 converts clude tr e Editor. Their decision will &

the small villages of the region|,. _— _Chi , ment CL Error yesterday dismissed the | with costs. after taking evidence of the de-[since the war and practised ag- } be final 7’

‘ ; hil lieved Soviet-Chinese agreemen : Z a ; ;

between ieee See i oes. and anticipated a propaganda ac- appeal ov. Gwendolyn Kirton, The offence occurred about 10.10) fendant’s previous record, sen-|ressive evangelism. (CP bs Prizes will be as fu.lows: First

> The ‘villages imientos, : ene a aliz “ “heh” agains a ® ’ iy ) yi V i ‘ ; st—

‘Espinadillo *Tahnatican and|companiment would have much rl of He Westin i Oe is No Di t icon a: sil hasat bebous 7 b> 4 $40.00; Second—$20.00; Third—$10.00; &
3 Nicolas were totally covered with | effect on the Japanese elections ww.) who sentenced her to two| In + ee — BS ind two consolation prizes of $5.00 &
7 water, Fashionable Acapulco was scheduled for a fortnight oo mor mprisonment, and Their he Mazi sande dese ‘Thei Allowed to Change Plea DELEGATES LEAVE FOR pod each &
F cut off by road in all directions. at ee urs of the Assistant Court of Honours of the Assistant Cour t In this Court, however, Kirton PEIPING PEACE 7 bard } . a eet » dic. ae:

—UP. ppeal, Mr, G. L. Taylor and Mr.| a 1 Bef 1 kod Howes to chanwe Ne CONFERENCE. A selecti if the cards will be dis
aos ae iia ena . MT. | Appeal said: Before the Police, asked to be a ed to change her Laws t +h { ate’ Stati }
; | CASEY HOPES FOR L oe mcs who ge er Magistrate there was little or no| plea once again and giving evi- played a _ ite oes &
y , magistrates decision. Is LTa-) dispute as to the fact and the! dence for the first time, adrnitted : iw net and later at the barhbat vluseum. ;
INDIAN AMBASSADOR | IDEAS ON KOREAN P al reduced the punishment | i eilant att ~ a id : “ not that. he ‘thew wrofeont » in r SYONEY nent e: ‘ y tj
PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TRUCE t month guilty withdrew teat ple , n- Beckle tae but allege d that she ree “7 te pp ‘By aoe The ¢ Sir late for the competi-~ &
: “apa a le “ag : yw drew the ea and en- ec 3’ face, t 4 Pe ats rganize ei ig are ‘ . 4 a nhar { ° %
CAIRO, Sept. 16. | CANBERRA, Sept. 16 for g alts ype. a Was | tered a plea of guilty did so only after he had abused ont jefe oteie’ bs ‘Quantis i n is 4.00 p on October 3ist; but &
India’s ambassador Sardar| External Affairs Ministe ' : n Ch 4 snoung vodily Beckles’ story is that the ~ and kicked hex lines for Hong Kong on Tuesday ompetitor in start sending in their e

Pannikar presented his creden-/| Richard Casey said in the House 9 Ia Nee ; ae series on June | pellant met him and enquired if Whether this tory, if true.|They are Reverend Victor Jame penn

tials to the provisional Regency|of Representatives Tuesday that © ri phates: hs hrew|‘he had. seen her young ,/ would be a complete defence, we}of Melbourne of the Unitarian #3 : : jiemnnck 44 R&R

Council at Abdine Palace. Thej|he hoped to evolve some ideas ‘ ’ yes and face and that, on receiving what she need not consider. We can only] Church and K. Gott an ‘unattach- zr \ ra hould be adaressed (0 &

documents were .addressed to) towards settlement of the Korear m told His Lordship that|regarded as a derogatory answer,|say that upon a careful review]ed delegate, Both have British by] the Editor, The Advocate, Bridge-

Ahmed Fuad Il, King of Egypt | war before he goes to the United E'eckles had kicked her. His Lord-|she abused and threatened him,!of all the evidence, and the de-| passports. James said he going 3 a town &
and Sudan : Nations for the General Assem- i that neither the Magis-| went into a house, returned, and meanour of the witnes: ve ar€ito Peiping from Hong Kong Ho wa 7 &
Ponnikar rode to the palace in| bly meeting. Casey said he doe nor the | zes of the Court|threw liquid in his face which) not satisfied as to the genuine-] denied he is Communist and said = 3

ed roy i car accompanied by | not oppose the Mexican proposal f Appeal had believed her It | smelt like ammonia Befors the - ; a pores a wey, — thati he is going because the doctrir nS al owe
the first anc econd secretaries u alls to see how it could solv not question le iit 4, witnd n,| fhe decision of the olice Magis- f hi hurch was to discover vt as + aren gare NE POE OE ONE ORE BNE ONS ONE PAE BNE BNE BNE PE BNE ANE so 5? NS: eee
—U.P the deadlock on prisoners, -U.P. hether they were wrong. There tt story as substantially cor-'trate must be confirmed truth UP SAD MANNING VANAN i LE LNN IE PN IN RN NRG

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FIVE YOUNCSTERS leaving Seawell for the D»af and Dumb School,

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M* R BUDRI RAMKEE-
SOON, Barrister-at-Law,
Trinidad, is now in Barbados for
about two weeks’ holiday. He ar-
xived on Monday morning by
B.W.LA. and a guest at Pow-
ell Spring Hotel

At the Airport to meet him wa
Mr. Dan F. Blackett, Edijor of
The Torch. Mr. Ramkeesoon, who
is paying his second holiday visit
to the island, is a brother of Can-
on J. D. Ramkeesoon, and Mr
Rawle Ramkeesoon, Deputy Di-
rector of Education,’ Trinidad

Econotiics and Law

: R. NEVILLE NICHOLLS,

M who along with his brother
Courtenay, was awarded a 1951
Rarbados Scholarship in Classics
from Harrison College, is enter-
ing Pembroke, Cambridge, to take
a course in Economics and Law
Since leaving school he had been
acting as an assistant master at
the Modern High School,

Both Engineers
R, CARLOS SANABRIA and
M his son, Carlos, Jnr., from
Venezuela, are spending a month’s
holiday in the island as guests at
the Hotel Royal. They were among
the passengers arriving here on
Monday morning by B.W.1.A.
from Trinidad and are both en-
gineers employed with the Creole
Petroleum Corporation,
To Read Law
R. GEORGE MOE, son of Mr.
Cecil Moe, jJardening In-
structor at the Erdiston Training

College and Mrs, Moe of Paynes
Bay, was among the passengers
leaving by the S.S. “De Grasse
vesterday for England.

" Mr, Moe will enter Wadham
College, Oxford, to take an
honours degree in Law and
Jurisprudence, He is a_ former

pupil of Harrison College.
Enjoyed Holiday

R. SEYMOUR BECKLES,
YE didanek to the Vestry Clerk
returned home from the U.S.A.,
over the week-end, He had been
spending three and a half months’
holiday there and says that he
thoroughly enjoyed his holiday
and was very impressed,

Weeks

APTAIN and Mrs. F, Miles of
New York who had _ been
residing in Trinidad for the past
two and a_ half years, arrived
here on Monday morning for
about two weeks’ holiday and are
guests at the Hotel Royal,
Captain Miles is Manager of
Tembladora Bauxite Transfer

Station.
M* DARNLEY GIBBONS,
Assistant teacher of Wesley
Hall Boys’ School, was among the
passengers leaving the island on
Monday morning by B.W.LA., for
Puerto Rico en route to the U.S.A
Mr. ‘Gibbons has up on|
a six-month visit and at the Air-|
port to wish him bon voyage and
good luck were his relatives and |
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Ver Deaf and Blind School
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morning four

and one girl left the «pe Grasse” yesterday was Mr.
island for the Deaf and Dumb ‘asquith Phillips, the 1951 Barba-
es oal, ae aa dos Scholar in Modern Studies
efter spending the stimmer holi- ,. pela ‘ Ha eres
days. Parents and friends were at !TOâ„¢ Harrison College. He is pro

S ee to the University College
Seawell to see them off. Miss Bet- ceeding a treats
ty Arne, Honorary Secretary of Oxford, to read Modem pn
the Deaf and Dumb Association, After this he will. enter iddle
was also there to say good-bye to Temple to read for the Bar. Since

the youngsters. leaving Harrison College in
September, 1951, Mr. Phillips
In April, 1947, contact was worked as a sub-editor on the

made with the Special School for Advocate newspaper and as an
the Deaf and Dumb children in geting asgistant master at the
Trinidad and arrangements Boys’ Foundation School,
finalised in September, 1947, Mr. Phillips is the son of the
when the first Barbadian boy late Mr. C. T. Phillips, District
left for Trinidad. He was nine Inspector of Schools, and Mrs.
years old then and he is still at- piiilips of Welcome Hall, Christ
tending the school. Church

A dance was held on 6th June

were



Since his case seven other Bar-

pédian children similarly handi- by Miss S. Durant and the
capped. have been sent to the Sponsoring Committee in nis
school Two of them, unfor- honour.

tunately, had to be withdrawn as

tney were found to be mentally és
ebnormal and incapable of re- R. AND MRS. LUIS GON-

sponding to the teaching. The re- , ZALEZ of Venezuela who
maining five have made satisfae- arrived by B.W.LA., on Monday

Ten Days

iory progress. morning from Trinidad are on
: ; ten days’ holiday as guests at

In this world it is found that Paradise Beach Club,
there is less sympathy for the Mr. Gonzalez is a lawyer in

deaf than the blind but while it Venezuela
is reasonably easy for a blind per- Also arriving by the same
son to respond to treatment a opportunity were Mrs Toutes
deaf person finds great difficulty Molina and Mrs Valentinz Mar ‘ol
end without special treatment pa ‘of Venesuéla They. nae
Wenle DO CANCCRAG Th GOKENOND ss as Paradise Beach Club.

and dumbness for life.
At Piarco the youngsters were Many Happy Returns



BARBADOS

Pixie O’Scowl Wanted to Help

—He Took Tools to People Who Built Houses—

By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid were just
making themselves comfortable un-
der the Old Oak, whose roots made
a gnarled and mossy tangle around
the wide trunk, when they heard

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footsteps coming up a staircase di- |

rectly underground. A moment later
a tiny bark-covered door opened in
the side of the trunk. Then Pixie
O’Scowl pushed his way ou® He
looked anything but happy. Acros’
his back he was carrying a hoavy
carpenter's box.

Knarf and Hanid could
was a carpenter’s-lox because the
end of a saw, and the handles of a

hammer and a screw-driver were w

sticking out.

“Good-morning,” greeted Fanid, Pixie O'Scow! had a box of tools.

“Good-morning,” greeted Knarf
Glanced at Sky

“Morning,” grumbled Pixie
O’Scow!, setting the box down as
he glanced up at the sky to make
sure it really was a good morning.

“Where are you going with that
carpenter’s-box?” Knarf asked.

“Are you going to build some-
thing for somebody?” asked Hanid

“Oh no,” replied Pixie O’Scowl.
“I'm just going to try to lend my
tools in case anybody cares to bor-
row them, But I don’t think it’s
going to be necessary,” he aided.
“The folks I’m thinking about: are
better carpenters than I am. And
they don’t have any tools!”

Knarf and Hanid wanted to know
more about this.

“Well,” said Pixie O’Scowl “some
of the folks I know are building a
big apartment house for themselves
—as big as a hill it is—with thous-
ands of rooms—and corridors wind-
ing this way and that, up and down
and across. But they won’t use any
tools to build their house — only
their hands.”

“Who Pare those folks, Pixic
O’Scowl?” Hanid asked.

“The Ants! And then,” he went
on, “there are some other folks who
are building an enormous house
inside the hollow trunk of a tree.

“EI Dorado”

LONDON, September 10th

Cinema audiances in London
are now able to see for the first
time a film taken in British
Guiana by two young Englishmen

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several years ago, |

The two men — Mr, _ John|
Alderson and = Mr. Reginald
Hughes spent ten months mak-
ing the film. During that time,
they travelled over 5,000 miles |

in the colony—by air, on horse-|

back,
river,

on foot, by train and by

Entitied “El Dorado,” the film
has shots of many places hith-
erto unexplored in British
Guiana, They photographed one
gigantic fall, for instance, which
had not baen seen since its
discovery in 1830. To get to its
foot they had to hack a_ way
through virgin forest, returning
to their craft in pitch darkness,

They met. natives of the hin-

met by the Headmistress of the terland and lived with them,
School She is from Scotland R. F. L, WALCOTT, M.C.P., leading an almost prehistoric
and has received special training and Secretary of the Barba-] €xistence, .
in England, . dos Workers’ Union was sending] . At the same time, they saw
‘ ; a cable yesterday to Hon, R. L.] 224 Photographed the country’s
Every year the boys end girls Bradshaw of St, Kitts. Carib s old and new industries — the
come over for the summer holi- Bradshaw of St, Kitts. Carib saw] manufacture of Demerara sugar
days. They are not detained after MWS in this and enquired, he}ang rym and the mining of
they have reached 16 years, To- W@S only sending a_ birthday bauxite.






day the eldest boy is 15 years old 8reeting for Mr. Bradshaw whose
and has spent ovr five years in birthday was yesterday. Incident-

The strange and exotic animal

é lifé in British Guiana also in-
the school, ally, it was also Mr. Walcott’s] terested these young English-
birthday. men, Many hours were spent
To Study Engineering Brothers Here Seating and filming tarantula
TERENCE C. GILL. so H Le ‘others. spiders and arapaimas, the

R. TERENCE C, GILL, son of E e brothers, Kenneth world’s largest freshwater fish.

Mr. anc Mrs, F. F. C. Gill and Frank of Port-of-Spain
of Regan Lodge, St. Michael, left Trinidad arrived by B.W/1.A., on
the island on Thursday last for Monday morning for sixteen days’







Altogether they shot enough

England where he will study holiday which they are spending sore oh pee aeeedene mann
Engineering, as guests at Super Mare Guest] for the Edinburgh Festival and

He was met in London by his House, in 1952, for the Cannes Film|
brother and sister, Frere and | Kenneth is an Accountant of|Festival, It will also be seen!

Margaret, Arthur Scull & Co. while Frank




at the Venice Film Festival this|

ie is a clerk employed with the] year.
Talk on Olympic Games _ Trinidad Consolidated Telephone}’ The British Film
Company Limited, described
N informal talk on his expe- for Re-opening of School |‘“‘Heautifully shot and freshly
riences at the 1952 Olympic observed.” it






Games will be given by Mr. Ken TSS DOROTHY YEARWOOD
Farnum at the Modern High of My Lord’s Hill, a student
School on Thursday night, 18th @f Queen’s College, returned home
September, at 8 o’¢lock. from Trinidad on Monday morn-

Members of the public are cor- ing by B.W.1LA. Dorothy had been
dially invited and they are ask- Spending three weeks’ holiday in
ed to note that Mr. Farnum will Port-of-Spain as the guest of Mr.
be pleased to answer any ques- and Mrs, John Suares of Wood-
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of 18 friends.
On arrival in Boulogne the 18

: ; . , of a heap of cod, and write down
hostel” has trebled. pan DM ro. a Ses their experiences as a friendly

Last year there were rarely auieansien, and returned to Eng- breeze wafts to them a snesonge
more than 20 boys staying at|land. If Smart-Allick wins at the !°™ the denizens of the deep.
Rossie House, Camberwell, aj tables they will get (some of) Their manual, to be published
London County Council aided| their money back when he returns 520% is called: “The Development
aceon to England. If he losses, he relies °f @ Scoring System for the Sen-

sory Assessment of the Spoilage of
Wet White Fish Stored in Ice”,
This, of course, is an official adap-
tation of Miss Elise Hammer’s
“The Stink of Cod.” A document-
ary film will show the scorer at
work, as the smellers shout their
sensory assessments.

Then hobbies — anything from
|rabbit-keeping to model engineer-
| 1ng—were introduced by the new
; warden, Mr. L. Teasdale.

i “The word has got round
among the boys at their jobs
and now we have 60 keen boys,”
said Mr. Teasdale.

“As soon as we decided to in-
troduce more hobbies, we had
dozens of applications to live
here.”

Rossie House is mainly for boys
working in London away from a
their homes. Each boy makes a +
contribution towards his keep and )
local authorities also help. The
rest of the expenses are met from
voluntary funds,

on his knowledge of ‘heir private
affairs to keep them quiet.

Short cuts to Gagaland

FTHERE will soon be lectures on
olfactology at Billingsgate.

Trained fish-smellers are work-



They are also making thousands of
rooms with I-don't-know-how-muay-
cupboards to store honey in.”

“The Bees!” exclaimed Knarf,

Pixie O'’Scowl nooded. “Then
there are some folks who are put-
ting up a large dam across a brook
to make a lake for themselves te
go fishing and swimming in. They're
cutting down trees — without a
single saw or axe, just using their
teeth!” ‘

Hanid said: “The Beavers?

Small Bungalows

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For Wednesday September 17, 1952

x Look in the section in
find what your outlook is,
ARIES

Fine

which your birthday comes and
according to the stars,
Mercury aspect but Mars position is

Keepers See Ivy Does

Not Eat Too Much °

“That’s right. And all the birds +" ee ae a antaguulstic. Day excellent for mental
are putting up small bungalows for By CRAVEN HILL. ete keen Planning and managing of
themselves—high up in the trees, One of the most closely watch- a airs, Avoid harmful contention, Be
And they won’t use any tools either, @d animals in the London Zoo now genial. ,

And they haven’t even got hands, | is the polar bear Ivy. 4 4 +

“And then there are the moles Keepers are anxious tgt she TAURUS Rather mild tendencies going to very
and the gophers and the mice and | 8¢ts no food of any kind from the April 21--May 20 )

benefic vibrations during P.M. and al
| public, There is a reason, 8 a all of

the chipmunks—all busy building ae to-morrow. Avoid spasmodic decisions,
and without tools of any kind! So,. Ivy, mother of Brumas, is likely hasty trys at this and that. +
I'm going around to all of them in | t¢ have another cub in November -

case any of them need anything like | #24 too much of the wrong kind GEMINI

of food could be fatal.

Ivy’s keepers hope she will have
a male cub—Brumas is a female
but she may well have twins.
Twins are common among polar
bears,
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HASTINGS, BARBADOS

Daily and Longterm Rates
quoted en request.

Grand influences from your Mercury %*
should inspire you to achieve as much as
you possibly can in a productive way. But
don’t be arbitrary, or vindictive.

*

On whole pleasant but not very stimulat- 3
ing rays from your Moon and other planets
Mars and Uranus aspects tend to “bossi-
ness,” doing things too quickly and un-
thinkingly. Be careful! K *«

Me

Not all auspicious nor is it ae
day. Greatly up to you and the demands
of your position. Plan well before under-
taking new tasks.

a saw or hammer or a chisel or a
screwdriver or a axe or a drill, or
nails and tacks and screws. But,”
Pixie O’Scowl muttered as he
shouldered the heavy carpenter’s-
box again, “I don’t suppose they
will. They haven’t used any yet. I’m
just dragging this box around for
nothing.”

And off he trudged, still mutter-
ing until Knarf and Hanid lost sight
of him behind the tall ridge

May 21—June 21





June 22—July 23

LEO
July 24—Ang. 22

CROSSWORD



Pr ee Permavelcome. * *
Dinner and Cocktail VIRGO Should be very responsive day for your
Parties arranged. Ang. 23—Sept, 23 interests, business and private. Brain work
J. H. BUCKLAND highly favoured. Avoid harmful irritating
Proprietor. people, :

* *
Advice to Taurus helpful to you. No need
to worry; progress is in the wind if you
work for it. Extra care advised in financ-
es; buying and selling generally. , *

Your Mars in warlike position to-day says
to be calm. You will have better results
from your effort as well as feel more con-
tent. Much good can be accomplished.

SAGITTARIUS * : % ‘ *¥ sas

Nov. 23—Dec, 22 YOU may not find everything to your liking
or monetary returns from JTIVESHNGLES, Sf
sales, etc., as lavish as you’d wish but day
is favourable for good work.

*

Indications now stress extra careful hana
ling of business and home matters, fin-
ances, investments, etc. ‘Study, teaching,
general brain work highly sponsored. *

* * *

Uranus position now strongly vetoes quick, ap
unpremeditated decisions or changes of

2 EEESSELSEEESESSESGESY

\ GANETWY

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952
I

Hawker Siddeley’s
Faith Justified

Hy Hrett Oliver

LONDON.

IT has taken the Hawker Siddeley Group, world’s
biggest aircraft combine, two years to convince Britain’s
air chiefs that Delta-wing planes are the natural vehicle

for the mammoth power of jet propulsion.

But convinced

them they have, for, in less than a month, two Deltas have
been added to the line-up of super-priority British military

airplanes. ‘

Those two years were tough
enough for Hawker Siddeley. ut
the faith they put into the Delta,
or flying triangle, goes back at
least five years, when they first
set out to prove it was the aircraft
of the future. They designed and
built two experiment types, put
them through the most exhaustive
trials, then began work on two
more Deltas, one a twin-engined
all-weather fighter, the other a
four-engined bomber,

These latter were the Gloster
GA-5, now known as the Javelin,
and the Avro 698. And both have
been ordered for the R.A.F.

That is why Hawker Siddeley
are calling this, 1952, the “Delia
Year” of British Aviation. I don’t
think anyone can contradict them.

British aviation, just as it en-
tered the “Jet Age” 11 years ago,
has now leaped forward into the
‘Delta Age”. More planes like
the Javelin and Avro 698 will be
developed by the Hawker Sidde-
ley Group and, away in the
future, these is the prospect of air
travellers crossing the world in
big Delta jetliners.

The air show at Farnborough,
organized by the Society of Brit-
ish Aireraft Constructors, signs
the birth certificate of the Delta
Age. Cautious appraisal, of tri-
angular aircraft has been replaced
by a frank acknowledgment of
their fine attributes.

Five Types

_Twenty thousand foreign tech-
nicians and air chiefs, besides an
estimated 300,000 Britons, will
have seen Britain’s five Delta
types when the show ends. Many
of them, certainly the foreign
visitors, will have learned why
Britain is going ahead on full-
scale production with the Javelin
and Avro 698,

The Deltas have been evolved
to meet the growing need for air-
craft that will fly higher, faster,
further, more economically and
with a heavier load than ever
before, It is the result of natural
evolution of design, and it is the
design for years to come.

The Hawker Siddeley Group,
fighting to have the new form
officially accepted, proved that the
nircraft is simple to build an
claims it has greater stability an
more favourable aerodynamic
characteristics than any other
plane in existence. Deltas are
super-streamlined, have a large
wing area and consequent low
wing-loading, and are extremely
easy to control at all speeds. They
don’t have to be equipped with
complicated high lift devices like
‘slats and flaps, elimination of
which facilitates servicing. And
the Group claims they will
accommodate all the increases in
‘engine power expected in the
foreseeable future.

“Since the first flight of the
Avro 707B in September, 1950, the
Delta shape has proved itself again
and again,” said Sir Frank Spriggs,
the Group’s managing director,
at Farnborough this week. “The
new bomber, which flew for the
first time on August 30 last, will,
I am convinced, show itself fully

capable of the work it will be
given to do.” i :
With Britain’s military air

chiefs convinced also, it is appar-
ent the Delta shape has embarked
on a career as far-reaching as



the invention of the jet power
which drives it.

The appearance of operational
Deltas is the most encouraging
military aspect of the Farnbor-
ough show. But even this thought
must be tempered by the lament-
able slowness of getting the new~
est jet fighters and bombers into
squadron production.

British Designed

These last two weeks have seen
an astonishing amount of publi-
city given to British dominance
in designing. Commenting on such
planes as the Hawker Hunter,
Supermarine Swift, de Havilland
Type 110, Vickers Valiant and the
two Deltas, newspapers, politicians
and men of the aircraft industry
itself have lost themselves in a
welter of praise for the excellence
of British designing. But they
Stress British designing, not Brit-
ish production,

All praise to the designers, They
have done the job of their lives,
But many Britons can’t help feel-
ing these wonderful aircraft are
still only showpiece toys, to be
unwrapped at Farnborough each
year and put away again while a
halfsthrottled production indus-
try hobbles along at snail’s pace.

And even that pace is getting
slower. This, considering the
urgency of Britain’s defence
needs, is almost unbelievable. The
Select Committee on Estimates
recently confirmed that the in-
terval between orders and first
deliveries of aircraft is increasing.
Last year, it was 15 to 17 months
for existing types, but now it is
18 to 26 months. For new types,
it used to be 21 to 24 months; now
it is 23 to 29 months.

This means that the Javelin and
Avro 698 bomber will not be in
the RAF’s hands in any numbers
for well over two years. By then,
British designers will almost
certainly have built new versions
which leave these two obsolescent.

As it is, Javelin production could
have been advanced seven months
had the British Air Staff decided
to order the type as soon as it
flew—or before it flew, as they
have done with the Avro 698.
Instead, seven months were lost
while Government heads dithered.

_ The Ministry of Supply’s action
in ordering up the Avro 698 is,
fortunately, a sign that the Goy-
ernment intends to make a choice
quickly in future and get on with
production instead of humming and
hawing over numerous prototypes
while the months tick by and the
factories continue building obso-
lete machines. To create an air
force which would measure up to
that of any foe, Britain must seleet
and rush into production the best
aircraft available, without holding
off till something better comes
along. Russia has built a formid-
able force by doing just that.
Britain, though lacking the
productive capacity of a country
like Russia, can follow the same
principle and looks as if she will
do so now, according to Supply
Minister, Mr. Duncan Sandys.
Commenting this week on the
order for the Delta bomber, he
said: “The Government recog-
nized that to order an aircraft
of unconventional design before
even the prototype had flown
necessarily involved risks. We
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FLYING TRIANGLE FOR

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AF.



THE “DELTA AGE” of British Aviation opens with
ordered into production for the Royal Air Force.
two years of experimenting with the new shape. A “big brother” the four engined Avro 698 Delta

A faster-than-sound

bomber, has just flown and has already been ordered for the R.A.P.



outweighed by the overwhelming
importance of re-equipping the
RAF with the most up-to-date
machines as quickly as possible
and of concentrating our resources
on production of the newest types.
I am confident that on both mili-
tary and economic ounds the
decision will prove to justified,”

The Government has to date
given super-priority production
orders for seven types: The

Hunter, Swift and Javelin fight-

ers; the Canberra, Valiant and
Avro 698 bombers; the Fairey
Gannet turboprop anti-sub-
mariner, While performance

figures for them are secret, they
look to be a fine array of military
aircraft. It now remains for the
production industry to roll them
off with some of the speed so
readily found when Britain was
fighting for her life a decade ago.

Police From B.W.I.
Parade In London

LONDON.

POLICE from the British West Indies were prominent

at the passing-out parade of

the fifth course for non-gazet-

ted officers of Colonial Police Forces at the Metropolitan
Police Training School. Hendon, near London.

Lord Munster, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the
Colonies, inspected the parade and presented the baton of
honour to Sub-Inspector Chain Wai Man, of Hong Kong.

In a brief speech, he congratu-
lated the parade on their smart
turn-out, en they returned to
their home lands, or wherever
they went, he declared, he had
no doubt that they would acquit
themselves well.

He hoped they would take back
with them happy memories of
their stay in Britain. He express-
ed thanks to the London police
for what they had done towards
the success of the course.

Sir George Abbiss, Assistant to
the Inspector-General of Colonial
Police, told the Colonial police
cadets present that the purpose of
the course had been to raise the
efficiency and standard of the
Colonial police service, which de-
pended on the loyalty and ability
of its officers. He said that a
policeman must not only “know”
—he must be able to “do” and
always act quickly and efficiently.

Much would be expected of him
in the territories where he serv-
ed, said Sir George. He would
be closely observed and quickly

sized up, he said adding: “In
training your men, you must at
the same time aim at being a

source of inspiration to them.”
From his own personal observ-
é ~

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ation, Sir George said, he was
confident that each man present
had the ability to do his job suc-
cessfully, He wished them every
suceess and happiness.

Sir John Nott-Bower, Deputy
Commissioner of the Metropoli-
tan Police, said that the opportun-
ity of organising the course was
welcomed as giving London
policemen an opportunity to come
into contact with policemen from
other countries and exchange
ideas,

He emphasised the ideal of the
British police, which was that
the public should regard them as

friends and not as oppressors.
They enjoyed a wonderful
reputation in Britain, but! |

that state of affairs had not com
about overnight—years had been
required to build up such confi-
dence,

Men from the British West In-
dies taking part in the parade
were:

Asst, Supt. C. St. Louis, of
Trinidad; Insp. E. J. Blaize, of the

Leeward Islands; Sgt. M. Thomas, |

of the Windward Islands; and

Cadets D. J, Hollington and D.

McLeod, both of British Guiana.
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Wednesday, September 17, “1952





REMEMBER

THIS week the twelfth anniversary of
the Battle of Britain is being celebrated

{

Worlds New No.l. |

| BRITISH GUIANA, : oe namely, that they tend to prevent
| Dr. Wilfred E. Shute, Chief whatever diseases or diseases they |
{Cardiologist of The Shute Insti- i er relieve, and so this therapy opens |
jtute for Clinical and Laboratory up the way not only for the|
Medicine at London, Ont. as re- i

By NEVILLE SCHULER,

treatment of this our own” genera-
O.D., D.Se.

tion who are already doomed to|
the encroachment of heart disease, |
out it holds out hope of preven-
tion f the generation of our
children and grandchildren.

{ported in the Montreal Star of
March 25th, 1952, claimed before
\the Rotary Club of Montreal that the lower income brackets, if the
the Vitamin E Treatment that had public-spirited men on our Legco
| been developed from wheat germ were to introduce a measuie
oil was not only a cure for many whereby these relatively expen-

types of heart disease, but by its sive vitamins could be made
use it was likely that coronary gygilable to our hospitals to be
disease could be wiped out entire~ gispensed to those least able to
ly in half a century. pay and who, incidentally, need
Dr. Shute went on to say that them most.

[heart disease had increased 45 his, at first blush, would seem
jper cent in Canada in the last as if we were putting the cart
| 10 years, was rampant among peO- pefcre the horse. But our wise
| ple between the ages of 30 and 40, Jegislators, in the past, saw fit to
|and was the greatest single cause subsidise and encourage the im-
of death today. He claimed that port of vitamin deficient food-
Vitamin E was the only substance stuffs while vitamins were taxed
‘that prevented clotting of blood and still are taxed to the hilt,

in London and other parts of the British
Commonwealth.

On September 15th, 1940, no fewer than
185 wrecked German aeroplanes were
scattered over South East England in the
climax of the air war and between Sep-
tember and October 5 the Germans lost
at least 883 aircraft.

“Never in the field of human conflict,”

= ‘ : ;without the usual dangerous ‘ phy : ‘
said Mr. Winston Churchill of these gal- | ¢frects, was a natural anti-oxidant , Vitemin E applied in maaaiee
lant airmen who saved the British Empire | in the body, and a dilator of blood doses in. the case of cardiovas=

cular-rena! diseases has been des-
cribed by its users as the most im-
portant discovery of the Century.
“tunl is escr ‘ ‘ %
E Canada led the world. sone this d scription is per
aps no exaggeration, much as
Importance Stressed one blushes to say it. It bids fair

In The Seotish Sunday Express to be the most important dis-
of Glasgow as far back as Febru~- covery made in medicine in the
ary 20th. 1949 under the caption j4.+ 199 years! NOT EXCEPTING

“A Medical Discovery as great a8 PENICILLIN, This is due to two
Insulin”, written by a doctor who factors, The first concerns the

}was also a Member of Parliament, gy earance of a disease, new

jthere was described a presenti~ since 1900, called coronary throm-
tion on the floor of the House of posis, characterized by the appear-
Commons in England by three ance of a clot in the coronary
Members of Parliament of differ- artery shutting off the blood sup-
ent parties, who insisted on the piy ‘to a segment of the heart
importance of the acceptance of muscle. ,

Vitamin E treatment for heart ‘This qisease was first described
|disease by the Minister of Health, jn 1912. 1t did not occur at post-
so that it could be made available mortem examination in 1900, yet
pen the National Health Service jn 1951 it killed half the males
‘ i for British Patients. who died over the age of 40
protect Barbadians as well as Briton As a result of this discussion Included have post rnany famous
from the horrors of a totalitarian race- |the raw oil made in America was gnq titled men, even kings; execu-

4. : : jeiven an import permit a hema 4 ticulart i
us fanatical regime. | Sriteqent . ; : tives are particularly prone to this
eee = e Vitamin E ever since has been disease and it seems to have a

vessels, and he felt Canadians
should be proud that in the in-
vestigation of the use of Vitamin

from Nazi domination, “was so much
owed by so many to so few.”

This their gallant action is still remem-
bered in London and in other parts of the |
Commonwealth, but in Barbados not even
a wreath lies on the Cenotaph to remind
us how much we owe to those gallant
young men who gave their lives so that
we might continue to enjoy freedom.

Too little attention is paid in this island
to the connection between the freedom
which all Barbadians enjoy and the price
which has been paid for that freedom by
those gallant souls and many others who
laid down their lives in World War II to









Isolated in the Atlantic and intent on | made available for heart patients
petty insular matters of daily living the |/" ee rae aoe ee
inhabitants of this island have accepted Benefits ’
the end of the war in Europe and Japan One’ can well imagine
as a return to normal peaceful living benefits that could
They have forgotten not only the heroism
of gallant men—the Heroes of the Battle
of Britain, and all those who served in the
last war—but they have forgotten that
today conscription is still in force in
Europe and in the United States. The
fruits of peace which the residents of Bar-
bados and other British Caribbean terri-
tories enjoy are not wholly available to
the citizens of European countries. In the
United Kingdom every young man is
liable for two years’ service with the
Armed Forces of the Crown.

Meanwhile British, American, French,
Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and
other forces of the British Commonwealth
and of the United Nations are engaged in
full-scale warfare in Korea, Indochina and
Malaya.

This week nearer home huge naval and
military exercises are taking place under
the sponsorship of the North Atlantic



especially children from homes of

Have scientists done more evil
than good in the world?

Four thousand five hundred
members of the British Associa-
tion were challenged by that
question here yesterday when
Professor A, V. Hill* took over
from the Duke of Edinburgh as
president of the famous scientific
society,

After listening to the professor’s
45-minute speech on this ethical
dilemma of science, most of the
people I quizzed were convinced
that the balance is down on the
side of evil—but not through the
scientists’ fault,

Their argument: it would have
been impossible — and it will
remain impossible — to prevent
people making discoveries,

As citizens we all bear an
equal responsibility for the mis-
use of the forces loosed by la-
boratory experiments,

Evil consequences of science are

Treaty Organisation. to x: nang in the torn bomb,

The peace has not been as complete for | vce" â„¢missiies, an eer, Wate
the large countries which bore the brunt | But the most menacing lg, only
of the war as it has been in Barbados. In | >esinning | to appear—the thre&

of world famine and war due to

this island since the war emphasis has |over-population in backward
been wrongly placed on the rights of indi- | °°’" Who Vieni
viduals to a more free and full life while This threat is so ‘immediate

that Professor Hill asked whether
doctors and scientists should stop
trying to lower the death rate in
backward countries until their
people have learned to keep down
their numbers by limitation of
births,

No one, he believes.would dare
to give a straight “Yes” to this
question,

But the fact must be faced that
if the life span of the Indians,
Chinese, and other Eastern races
is lengthened, as it has been in

little attention has been paid to the re-
sponsibilities which must attach to that
enjoyment.

Barbadians who relied during the war
on the armed might of the British Com
monwealth and its Allies to protect them
from occupation and conquest by the
Nazis, today still expect Britain to bear
the burden of freedom’s defence even
when they enjoy lives which are by com-
parison much more “free” than those cf
the traditionally free Englishman.

It is well that the Battle of Britain
should be remembered here, if only with
one wreath on the war memorial.

Fire Station

To The Editor, The Advocate

Sir, — There has been much
already written in your columns
about the site of the new Fire
Station, but it is felt that it would
be well to put a summasy of the
facts before the public so that the
matter should not be forgotten.

lt is an absolute necessity that
}a naw Fire Station should be con-
structed, The present accommoda-
tion js totally inadequate and is
not conducive to efficiency besides
providing no training facilities. A
well equipped and efficient fire
‘fighting force not only performs
jits foremost duty, i.e. the extin-
| guishing of a fire, but also the
\less spectacular duties of inspec-
{tions, control of building con-
\ptruction, tha removal of fire
hazards and general educational
activities, Le. fire prevention, The
Government is to be compliment-
'ed for their action in dealing with

Local Enterprise

THIS week there opened at Speights-
town a butcher’s shop at which locally
grown meat, and locally cured bacon
and ham and pickled pork will be on sale
to the public.

There are three points about this new
enterprise which deserve commendation

In the first place the selection: ol
Speightstown as a site for a properly
equipped butcher’s shop with nearly 800
cubic feet of refrigerated accommodation
is a welcome change from the over-deve!
opment of Bridgetown. | this important matter.

Speightstown is a natural shoppin: fades “atatemte we he. oe
centre for the inhabitants of that town and | through the unsuitability of the
the new shop ought also to be patronized ecerees Ev, ae. aeeeenauee
by the residents of St. Peter, St. James | would say that St. Cecilia is the
and St. Lucy. ‘ ana ae, SPitons the’ best site

Secondly, the existence of a butcher's | should be obtained. Three alterna-
shop selling meat and eventually fish anc Sonic ward sheotn Bh ho pacer
dairy products fills a gap in Barbadian berause of the cost of acquiring
marketing which has been for too lon: ee od ie sak ht to
left open. ino more than a bus-stand and

Thirdly, despite th e pessimistic |Ae2V 9 Mtiure' With the Gab-
approach taken by the Agricultural Soci- | tion “Jubilee Gardens” appearing
ety to the question of marketing, the Bar-
bados Food Products Ltd. has not been
daunted but has, without any other gov-
ernment assistance than that offered to all
Pioneer Industries, shown initiative and
enterprise at a time when helplessness

jin a recent Sunday Advocate is
inot the site in question), This is

and tugging-at-the-apron-strings of gov-

ernment is prevalent.

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undoubtedly the best site the
|city has to offer, The land is al-
ready Government owned, There
is a difficulty in providing a site
for the Leeward Buses and cars

now parked her, but this is less

important and could be overcome.

The old Central Foundry site

is the next best site. If it is a

fact that a large 4-storey build-



Too much praise cannot be bestowed | ing er be built = owing

: to foundation ifficu Ss, n

on any effort to encourage the rearing and | this should definitely be used for
marketing of livestock locally. The new [oe yp ot “ee The sr eae
cv ' ae gs yt | ciated with nis site wi be no
enterprise deserves success and will en- more than that occasioned by the
> rage - needed developments in| hammering of the coopers which
weerage further ® ne will be clearly heard either at
allied fields. Temple Yard or Jubilee Gardens,

Our Readers Say:

peculiar selectivity for doctors,

Prevention
The second reason for the im-

characteristic of all vitamins,



At the time of writing there are
over 160 medical men as personal
patients at The Shute Institute,
London, Ont. Dr. Wilfred Shute
reports that there are many more
who are taking Vitamin E on
their own, Presumably what is
good enough for them is good
enough for their patients. Early
last month one appeared who had
been a successful surgeon in
California. After a heart attack
he had been given Vitamin E by
his doctor. He merely came up to
London for regulation of dosage.
He used these words to Dr. Shute
“Everybody is using it for the
treatment of heart disease in
California!”—a pleasant but slight
exaggeration, perhaps.

Some of us never read the
obituary notices before 40, or take
particular notice of the words
“heart-attack,” “coronary throm-
bosis” ete., ascribing these melan-
choly tidings to the misfortunes
of others—nevey ourselves. Heart
disease was unknown before the
miller removed the wheat germ
in his effort to produce a white
flour not preserving qualities
Some wit suggested as a routine
for health “up at seven; breakfast
at eight back in bed at nine.” If
you cannot afford this luxury, it
is high time you replaced the life
giving wheat ge in your diet
by taking Vitamin B_ (Alpha
Tocoferol). Used not only as a
prophylactic by many athletes to
relieve heart-pressure, making
them more long-winded, but used
also by many sensible people not
in a hurry to depart this life.
REQUIZSCAT IN PACE is being
intoned far too often post mortem

the portance of the therapeutic sug- in a society which is given too
i . be bestowed gestion of The Shutes bears upon much to pride and false evolution
on our vitamin starved public, a peculiar function of vitamins, of progress in knowledge and

human understanding.



Fast ?

Chapman Pincher
reports from Belfast

Europe, there will be a serious
world shortage of food and raw
materials.

“There is much talk of human
rights,” the professor said, “But
do human rights extend to un-
limited reproduction with a con-
sequent obligation falling on those
more careful?’

Lengthening the lives of back-
ward people now may mean an
early death for their own chil-
dren and grandchildren — from
fame, ho pointed out.

’ Wiping out malaria and tuber-
culosis in India alone would save
1,500,000 lives a year.

But it would bwfien the coun-
try with 1,500,000 more hungry
mouths,

“Tf ethical principles deny our
rights to do evil in order that
good may come are we justified
in doing good when the fore-
seeable consequence is evil?” the
professor asked,

Ferment

A gigantic five year plan which
has begun in India can only re-
store the near-starvation standard
of life which existed before the
war.

If the population there’ in-
creases at its present rate —
5,000.000 a year—thé country may
be unable to sustain even this
miserable level.

Professor Hill believes that the
Indian population will not ad-
just itself to food supplies for
many years, because it will take





The regulations re one-way
traffic should not be observed by
the Fire Engine when going to a
fire, It should take the nearest
route and all other traffic should
understand that when they hear
the fire siren ghey should draw
out of the road and stop. Points
in favour of the Central Foundry
site are:—

(a) It is on the right side of the
Careenage.
(b) In spite of (a) it is very near
the bridge and will be an
excellent position from which
to get to a fire in Bay Street
and the Pier Head where
there is such a concentration
of risk.
It is equally as near to Broad
Street as it is to Roebuck
Street, The advantage of this
central position is obvious.
Should the north-side Harbour
Scheme be implemented the
fire engine could reach the
Harbour in about 1 minute.
There would be two roads of
approach, either along the
waterfront or down Broad
Street and Fontabelle.

Besides the above, there is
this observation to be mage:

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fires in the past fifteen years.
This site is, therefore, asso-
ciated with fire in the minds
of many in this Island, Per-
haps this is an indication
that the new Fire Station
should be built» here,
PROPERTY OWNER.
Do Something

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—The illustrious (!) author |

(! !) of Nobody’s Diary appar-
ently takes violent objection to
the poor hovels that litter the
countryside, and says so in the
Friday section published on
Saturday, September 13, Now,
no one will attempt to deny that
the ugliness of poverty § is
unbearable to all true artistic
natures and its degradation
revolting to all those who want
to make the most of human life.
I can well believe Nobody when

Is Science Moving On Too

so long to educate Indians
birth limitation.

By educating backward peo-
ples., scientists have been one of
the chief agents in the present
ferment of social and _ political
and economical thought, the pro-
fessor admitted.

And by making world war
technically feasible, they have
helped to stir up national ambi-
tions and revolutions,

“But ean anyone urge that
the majority of mankind could
better have remained isolated
and in ignorance?” ha asked.

Traitors

The professor condemned those
scientists like Dr. Klaus Fuchs
who give away secrets because
their conscience tells them to do
Si

on

oO.

“The scientists have the same
right to freedom of conscience as
any citizen . But freedom does
not extend to giving away other
people’s property whether of
goods or knowledge,” he said.

He lashed out too at those
Communist scientists who write
scientific articles as bait for
putting over political ideas.

Finally, he warned against
placing too much reliance on
science in the future and called
for fuller co-operation between
science and religion in these
words

“The belief that the improve-
ment of man’s estate can be
achieved by _ scientific methods
tlone without a moral basis to

society is a perilous illusion,”
*Professor Archibald Vivian Hill,
of University College, London Is 65;
is the world’s greatest authority on
muecle and the physiology of athletes;
Nobel Prize winner; sat as Independ-
ent M.P for Cambridge University,
1940 to 1945,
—LES.

which has apparently existed in
the world for thousands ‘of years
without inspiring anyone but a

single much abused sect to try
to correct it scientifically, he
would join the prophets and
workers who have devoted their
lives to abolishing such an
appalling waste.

We all know what the two

cardinal causes of poverty are.)
Only the utter ignoramus can hon-
estly say he doesn’t know that
they were exposed a century ago,
and only the most impossible |
hypocrite can deny those causes
and pretend that the system which
breeds them is the best and
brainiest thingpever produced by
the mind of. man, Only the
emptiest of f can ignore the
filth and of poverty by
pretending that it has nothing
to do with them, and only the
most spiritless invertebrate is not
roused to indignation by its law-
less waste of human lives.

I suggest that Nobody becomes
Somebody by doing something
about poverty And when I say
doing something about it* J]
don’t mean writing about it. He
ought to make it his life’s mis-
sion to understand what causes
it and, using that understanding,
not let himself rest until he has
worn himse’ lf out fighting the
crippler with scientific economics
and heedless determination.

OPKIN|

A. S.
13.9.52. _
Spanish Books

To The Editor, The Advocate

Sir—The only point on your
issue which calls for comment is
that over foreign books. It is
really astonishing for readers of
Spanish Language and particu-
larly for Venezuelans families
Staying in the Island, that not a
single book will be found in Span-
ish at the Library for them to read.
In considering \ recommendations
for books, the Acting Public
Librarian may kindly give a
thought to the matter on the
grounds of good cultural under-



standing and relationship with P
» dave Shihan oe 7. ” our
he says; “Barbados has a lot to mutual visitors and friends Feten|
offer tourists but the sight of overseas aa
houses disintegrating in front of 3

your eyes still makes me sick.” or

If he is sufficiently moved by Worthing
this disgusting state of affairs |

6th Sept. 1952.

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g COLEMAN
ARE London hotels driving dollar tourists|# PRESSURE
away from the Coronation? Are they “hold- z LANTERNS

ing up” Americans for the very last dollar?
Mr. Roy Male, owner of a travel bureau
on Madison-avenue, accuses the hotels of

Gas and Kerosine
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year. She will pay 2,000 dollars (abou: = nn

£700) for one week in an hotel on the pro-
cession route. The room must have a win-
dow or, preferably, a balcony.

“The lowest price at which we can get such
a room is 3,000 dollars (more than £1,000).
But I think you'll agree that £1,000 for one
100m for a week is steep.”

The woman, member of a_ millionaire

family, has decided to cross Britain off her
list. ?

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SCOPES PEELS

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doing just this. %
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in order get higher rates at}
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Said Mr. Male to-day: “We have a wealthy 8 Gancnens nee eee
client, a woman who goes abroad every|$ es : a





Mr. Male says British officials keep begging
travel agents to persuade tourists not to dash
off to the Continent after two days in London.

The length of time a traveller stays is often
decided by his agent.

BACK from Britain today, Walt Disney
said he is going to make his fourth live action
film there. It is to be the story of Rob Roy,
starring, Richard Todd, and will be made
near Stirling Castle, in Scotland.

IN the revolutionary war more than 170
years ago, General George Washington
created the Purple Heart medal for gallant
wounded soldiers. Sergeant Daniel Bissell
got the first one from Washington. Today
his descendant. Second Lieutenant John
Bissell, got one in Korea.

JUST OFF Fifth-avenue Mr. John creates
hats for screen star Joan Crawford, stage
star Mary Martin, and similar celebrities.

They are hand-made. :

Today Mr. John maintains that his head-
gear are not hats. They are “millinery
creations.”

For the local United Hatters, Cap, and
Millinery Workers’ Union has a picket line
around him, They are trying to make his
workers join.

Not our specialists, says Mr. John.

They make hats, don’t they? the union
leaders ask, And that’s where Mr. John

says no. $99 Sam

“ADLAIT bares his sole,” says the headline
over a picture of presidential candidate
Stevenson, Governor of Illinois. He sits
with a leg over one knee, the bottom of his
shoe showing. In the sole is a large hole.

A BRITISH play is to open Broadway’s
new season. “Sea-gulls Over Sorrento,”
by Hugh Hastings, running in London since
1949, is booked for September 11 at the
Golden Theatre.

Last season many British plays were
savaged by the Seven Butchers of Broadway,
the seven most important drama critics.
Most of the shows died quickly and pain-
fully. ty

MR. CLARENCE {D. HOWE, Canadian
Defence Production Minister, is to receive
the Hoover Medal for distinguished public

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service at the 100th meeting of the Americar 3 ft.

Society of Civil Engineers. , prings
Some 31,000 people from 61 U.S. anc ome

foreign scientific and engineering groups wi! 4 ft. 6”

take part in the Society’s “Centennial o
Engineering” which opened today in Chicago

*

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BRITAIN leads in jet transport.

Mattresses

This admission is from General Fisen- D C t & C Ltd
hower, It appears in an interview given by a OS a 0., °

him to Wayne Parrish, editor of American
Aviation.

And tonight Time magazine says: “Wher
Britain began testing the world’s first jet air
liner three years ago U.S. plane builders an
airline executives looked down their noses

“They are changing their tune a bit. The
Comet begins to look like the new queen of
the airways.”

The U.S. builders are hopping mad over an
announcement that their Government is
going to buy three foreign fighters—Vickers’
Supermarine Swift, an Italian version of th:
De Havilland Venom, and the French
Mystere. |

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buy Comets? After all, the British bougi: RB Fis Ja pore
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our planes.
Answers C. R. Smith, of American Air- ok eee
lines U.S. manufacturers can and will build DESSERTS
better jet liners than the Comet. Gerdes

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Corn Starch
“% lb % tb 1 Ib
Fruit Salad
Fruit Cocktail

As for Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, he:
of Eastern Air lines, who left England las’
night for New York, this interesting report
has reached Washington:—

He wants a Comet to fly for a few weeks pees Pe
experimentally from New York to San Jua Peaches Whit: 5 A asSh

“Kam”
All Pork Product

88c, per tin
Product of Canada
Grape Nut Flakes

37c, per pkg.

GODDARDS FOR SERVICE

Just Arriced

Box Fish
Ufillet Biscuits
Sugar Cured Bacon

Puerto Rico and De Havilland, makers of
the Comet. He is waiting for De Havilland
to say — this week — when they can build
Comet III’s—1955, 1956, or 1957.

When they tel! him he has promised a de
cision in 90 days on a purchase |



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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 198277!



Steel Structure Will
Support Water Mains

THE ground work for the launching of the steel bridge
to cross Belle Gully and carry the 20 inch arterial water
main from Belle Pumping Station to Grandview Reservoir
and on in 15 inch mains to Brittons Reservoir is well ad-

vanced.

The ‘component parts of the
bridge which has a 110 foot span
heave now all been received and
sorted out, and their fitting to-
gether started. They are galvan-
ised to withstand the corrosive
action of salinity in the air.

In addition to the pipe the
bridge will carry a footpath,

It is proposed to launch the
bridge after erection on the south
bank (My Lord’s Hill side) as
one unit. The complete struc-
ture weighs 18 tons.

Mr. W. H. E. Garrod, Chief En-
gineer, Waterworks Department,
said yesterday that the launching
of the bridge as one unit “is no
mean task, and involves a large
amount of preparation, both
theoretical and practical.

It is hoped to complete the
launching by the end of next
month,



Wounding Case
Adjourned

His Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday adjourned
until September 23 the case in
which 34-year-old domestic serv.
ant Alice Small of Tudor Street,
St. Michael is charged with
wounding Police Constable Fos-
ter by biting him on his finger.

The charge stated that the

offence was committed on June ed

30 in Tudor Street.

Mr, F. Smith is appearing on
behalf of Small while Inspector
Franklyn is conducting the case
for the Police.

CASE DISMISSED.



The case in which the Police
chargéd Goulbourne King of
Spooners Hill, St. Michael with
driving the motor bus M-684 on
White Park Road in a dangerous
manner, was dismissed by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith with.
out prejudice yesterday,

Sgt. Forde who prosecuted for
the Police from information re-
ceived appealed against the de-
cision. Mr. J. E. T, Brancker ap-
peared in the case for King.

Police Constable Freeman said
that on June 18 he saw King
driving the motor lorry in a dan.
gerous manner on White Park
and reported him,

When he saw the defendant he
was trying to overtake another
vehicle and to avoid an accident
another motorist had to draw up
on one side of the road to let the
defendant's vehicle ss.

Mr. Brancker submitted that it
was not proved by the prosecu-
tion that the defendant did drive
in a dangerous manner and as it
was a criminal case he submitted
that there was no criminal in-
tent and the case should be dis-
missed,

40/- FOR OVERLOADING.

“His Worship Mr. Cc. L, Walwyn
Police Magistrate of District
“A” yesterday fined Oswald



Boyce of Station Hill, St. Michael

40/- for overloading a motor bus

on Roebuck Street on July 29
about 11.05 a.m,

The fine is to be paid in 14
days or in default one month’s
imprisonment with hard labour.
Police Constable Freeman said
that while on duty on Roebuck
Street on July 29 he saw the bus
M-2540 with the defendant as
conductor. The bus appeared to
be overloaded and a_ check
showed that there were 37 pas-
sengers in it. The bus is scheduled
to carry 31 passengers,

Boyce had 11 previous convic-
tions for overloading.

RODE WITHOUT LIGHT:
FINED.

A fine of 15/- to be paiq in 14
days or one month’s imprison-
ment with! hard labour was yes-
terday
labourer David Mapp of Haggatt

Hall, St. Michael by His Worship
Cc. L. Walwyn who found

Mr.
him guilty of riding his bicycle
along Pine Road, St, Michael
about 7.45 p.m, without a light
on August 9.

His Worship Mr, Walwyn told
Mapp that it is a serious practice
and one that could cause serious
accidents,

Sgt. Alleyne attached to Cen-

* tral Station prosecuted for the

Police from information receiv-

COMMITTED TO _ SESSIONS.

William Thompson of Hother-
sal Turning, St. Michael and Ru-
Bibby
Lane, St. Michael both labourers,
were yesterday committed by His
Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith to the
sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions on a charge of

dolph Applewhaite of

next

house breaking and larceny on
July 10,

THEFTS REPORTED.

Evelyn Greenidge of Church
Village, St. Michael reported to
the Police that her black travell-
ing bag containing $83 was

stolen from the counter of the,

Government
September 13.

Ottalese Jordan of Tudor Gap,
Westbury Road, reported the
thefé of a wrist watch valued at
$35 from her house sometime be-
tween 7.40 a.m, and 7.45 a.m, on
September 12.

Frank Gittens also reported
that his .25 colt revolver which
he left in a drawer in his bed-
room was stolen from there
sometime between 7.30 a.m, on
September 12 and 8.30 p.m. on
September 13, He said that the
number of the revolver is 404425,

Savings Bank on

Arthur Lopey a labourer of
Walkers Bay, St. Andrew report-
ed that thieves raided his yard
on September I8 and took away
five fowls which he valued at $6.

The Police are making inves-
tigations into all these reports.



Cotton Conference

Opens

LONDON, Sept. 16.

Officials of the International
Cotton Conference which opens
here on Wednesday said on Tues-
day that the’ conference would be
concerned with competition from
the United States and India as
much as that from Japan in the
world textile trade,

The conference was due to start
at 09.45 G.M.T. in the Incorpo-
rated Accountant’s Hall on the
Westminster embankment of the
river Thames. It will be attended
by more than 60 delegates from
11 countries, including Britain,
the United States, India, Japan,
Holland, France, Italy, Germany,
and Belgium, with observers from
Switzerland and Sweden,

The officials of the Cotton Board
who are arranging the conference
said that there was no fixed
agenda and that it would be wrong
to assume that the main topic for



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discussion would be Japanese com-
petition, Japanese competition to-
day is not so severe as it was in
pre-war days. But there was in-
creaséd competition from other
exporting countries, India, for ex-
ample, was exporting four times
as much before the war, the offi-
cials said, ]
After tomorrow's opening session
here the cotton conference dele-
gates are due to be entertained
by British government officials at
a reception in the evening and
then the conference will move on
to Buxton in Derbyshire where
it is expected to last until Sep-
tember 26,
Visiting

delegates are assem-

bling here today and already there
the conference is
separate
camps seeking to maintain or cap-
in
South East Asia and Africa.—U.P.

are signs that

likely to produce two

tune {co¥ton textile markets

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JAPANESE MOVIE FANS block Tokyo's famed Ginza as juvenile screen
star Margaret O’Brien (arrow) Tides by, perched on the back of a car,
Beside her is Bibari Misori, Japanes* child actress, with whom Mar-
garet will make pictures in Japan. Between them is Mts. oO’ D.
has accompanied her daughter on the tour. (International Radiophoto)







F. K. BJERKHAMN, a 12-year-old
night.



THE 10,333 ton French
in port this morning from

Those arriving from tungston,
Jamaica were :— Mr. John But.
ler, Miss Sheila Grice, Miss
Julia Morgan. Those arriving
from Curacao were Mr. Neville
Dummett and Miss Alviana
Lelli. From Venezuela were M.
Melendez Pirela, H, Melendez
Pirela, C. Pirela Melendez, E.
Pirela Melendez, M. Melendex de
Pirela, M. Ramirez de Pirela, L.
de Acarregui, E. Acarregui, D.
Uzeategui, Cabrera de Ozcateguy
and Mr. Valerie McComie,

Three hours after its arrival,
the De Grasse weighed anchor
and left port on its way to Eng-
land, Its agents here are Messrs.
R. M. Jones & Co, Ltd.

RODNEY EXPECTED.

The S.S. Lady Rodney is ex-
pected to arrive in port on
Thursday, 18th, with passengers
and general cargo for the island.
It is due to sail the same even-
ing for St, Vincent, Grenada,
Trinidad and British Guiana.

f.gents for the Lady Rodney
are Gardiner Austin & Co. Ltd.
LIGHTERS REPAIRED.

Many lighters are at present
undergoing repairs and are being
ainted in the inner Careenage.
orkmen with only small rafts
beneath them, were seen yester-
Gay at the job of painting and
chipping the lighters,

C.0.L. Index Down
Another Point

The cost of living index figure
dropped another point last month
to record 311 points as against
312 for the month of July. The
August figure is the same as
was the figure for January when
thera was a jump from 292 in
December last year to 311.

In February the index record-
ed a jump of three points, but
dropped a point in March. The
figures for April, May and June
remained at 313, and in July
there was a drop of one point.

The increase on all items since
1939 is 210.62 per cent, while
that on food is 194.06 per cent.

Fell Off Bicycle:
Treated For Cuts

Leslie Carter of Dunlow Lane,
St. Michael was treated at the
General Hospital for cuts on
this head after he fell from a
bicycle on Dunlow Lane about
8.30 am, yesterday

At the tima of the incident
Carter was sitting on the bar
of the bicycle. Alonza Best was
the rider.

WEDDING

Brathwaite—Brathwaite

On Sunday last a quiet wedding
took place at Mount Tabor Church.
St. John between Mr, Jan Brath-
waite, the son of Mr, Johnie
Vaughan,
tine Brathwaite, the daughter of
Mr.
Hall, at 2 o'clock.







headdress was
and she wore a veil of lace
trimmed with silver sequins and
ribbon, Her bouquet was
Queen lace and snap dragon.
The bridesmaid wore a dress of
blue nylon sheer triramed with
pink rose buds, Rev, A. C. Pilgrim
performed the ceremony.



Engineer Dies

(From Our Own Correspondent

ANTIGUA, Sept. 16.
L/Cpl. Allan Francis, Engineer
of a police laundh who was
severely injured when an explo-
sion occurred destroying
launch last Friday died at Hol-
berton hospital to-day.



In Touch With Barbados
. Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (West Indies)
Ltd., advise that they can now cor
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station

5.5. Jutahy, 8.8. S. Rosa, 8.5. Romana
s.s

Punta Cloia, s.s. Petrakis Nomico:



11k, 8.8. Regent Caribou, 8.68 Kirn, |
6.8. Agathi, s.s. Vianna, 5.8. HMyrcanis
8.5. Planter, s.s. Nerselady, 8.8. Grays |
Harbor, 5.8 Baltore, s.s. Utilitas,
Alcoa Pennant, s.s. Audrey I, s
Fides, 8.5 Dolores, s.s. Archangelo
8.8. Springbank, s.s. Heron, s.s. Fort |
St Louis, 5.5 Pinnacles, s.s Alcoa
Planter, s.s. S. Monica, 5.8. Cape C

8.8. Riodale, s.s. Brazil, s.s. Del Santc
s.s. Auriga, s.s. Folke Bernadotte, #5
Lady Rodney, s.s. Paz, 8.8 Federa
Voyager, s.s. Mlustr s.s. 9. Eliseo
&.s. Shabonee, s. Hera, s.s. De Gra

s Euros, s Skauvanr wi

stad. Mormacpenn, 5 Ur
Pioneer







butterfly in his home at Maxwell b

From wing tip to wing tip the butterfty measures 7
| proboscis (sometimes called the “tongue”) is 6 inches long.



and Maximilia Celes- |
James Brathwaite of Drax |

The bride, who was given in|
Marriage by her father, wore a}

dress of pearl satin and lace. The |
of vase flowers, |

of |





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LARGE HUTTERFLY

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pupil of Lodge School caught this
etween 7 and 8 o'clock on Monday

inches; its



“De Grasse” Arrives In
Port: Stays 3 Hours

Liner S.S. De Grasse arrived
Jamaica, Curacao and Vene-

zuela, with passengers for the island.



182 Quarries
Registered At
Labour Dept.

One hundred and eighty-two
quarries have been registered up
to the Sth September, 1952, ac-
cording to figures given by the
Labour Department yesterday.
The Quaries Act, 1951 (9) came
into force on the Ist of March this
year.

Mr. R. N. Jack, Acting Labour
Commissioner told the Advocate
yesterday that 161 applications
have been made for licenses to
operate quarries, Of that number
67 licenses have so far been grant-
ed. Seventy-four applicants have
been refused licenses to operate
quarries until certain requirements
have been fulfilled. There were
20 quarries to be inspected,

The Acting Labour Commis-
sioner emphasised that “it is the
responsibility of the owner of any
quarry, which is in open or un-
enclosed land within fifty yards
of any highway or place over
which the public is allowed to
pass, to keep this quarry reason-
ably fenced for the prevention of
accidents, ‘

Injured Schoolboy
Kept At Hospital

Carol Best a 13-year-old school-
boy of School Lane, Halls Road,
St. Michael was detained at the
General Hospital suffering from
head injuries after he was in-
volved in an accident with the
motor lorry X-452 owned by
Bentley Plantation and driven by
Alexander Gollop of Bentley,
Christ Church about 1,30 p.m.
yesterday on Tweedside Road, St.
Michael,

Best was riding the bicycle
M-3326 at the time of the acci-
dent. Tihe bicycle was extensive-
ly damaged. Latest reports from
the Hospital said that the condi-
tion of Best was serious,





Canadian Dollar
Unchanged

The Canadian dollar was un-
ehanged at a premium of 4 1/4
per cent in terms of United States
funds in Foreign Exchange deal-
ings. The pound sterling was up
1/8 of a cent at $2.78 3/8.

In Montreal the American
dollar closed at a discount of
41/16 per cent in terms of
Canadian funds up 1/32 from

Monday's close. The pound ster-
up

ling was $2.67 1/8
Monday.-—(CP)

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Removal Of Canada Driven.

4-Ton Crane ToMore Trade |
Completed With U.S.A.



The removal from the Lower By FRANK SWANSON.
Wharf of the four-ton crane of OTTAWA, Sept. 10 |
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd., was _ Falling imports from the ster- |

compleicd on Sunday. ling area are driving Canada more |

Nu. Nat Butcher, who claims and more to the United State
Uiai la his time he has removed in the trade sphere, Canada will
four cranes, and put down three, state at the Commonwealth Prim
now adds one more to his list of Ministers’ conference next No-
femovals, vember.

1 Mionday, the 8th September, Canada has already indicated i

Nat began to work about mid- 2 memorandum on the propo
< fuc bese of the crane Was conference agenda that Pri
ce, qown in solid concrete, Minister St, Laurent and 1

a aS Of
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that spot for over 14 Canadian delegation plan to tc!!
, Britain and other Commonweal
crane will be re-erected on representatives that the sterliny

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ihe other. side of the wharf by area is missing repeated tre

Ca Lane, Opposite Da Costa opportunities in Canada.

& Co., Ltd., Warehouse.

FURITAN IN” PORT. In te Canadian view part
— the unbalance in trade with

The Alcoa Steamship “Puritan’’ Commonwealth could be correcte:|
is ‘in port taking a cargo of 4,600 if the United Kingdom and oth:
tons of sugar for Halifax and Mon- member countries would take +
treal Also in port is the S.S. vantage of opportunities here {1
“Scholar”, which is also taking a the sale of goods Canada i

cargo of 1,800 tons of sugar for buying from non-sterHng cou \-





London, These two vessels are tries.

dte to sail this evening and the There are many fields wh:
iocal agents are Messrs. Da Costa Commonwealth couniries en)
& Co., Ltd. preference of from 10 to 20 pe
GROUNDSMEN AT WORK. cent but where imports from 1 \¢!
imionjppanssigtingsmplenspenene acatamaatenirirenpSnepets U.S, and other non-sterling cou 1-

Work on the Princess Alice ytries predominate.

Playing Field is going on full In the last six months the 1
speed Yesterday groundgmen trade deficit with Canada :
were seen getting rid of the tall reached a total of 234 millioa
gress, and preparing the tennis dollars (about £95 = millic
lawn for play, The Playing Field This is 20 million dollars |

million) more than the deficit for
all of 1951,

Canadian exports to Brit:
have risen by 55 per cent, but |

is looking much tidier now, and
players will have no difficulty in
the out field.

1,000 GALLONS MONTHLY.

More than 1,000 gallons of E.C.
are sold at the E.C. Factory every
month, Government offices have
their share of E.C., but are not
included in the cash sales book.
The E.C. is made of salt and lime,
and the machinery is driven by
electricity.



by 28 per cent.

Exports to other Commo -
wealth countries are up 40
cent imports down by 87 per c«

Already Trade Minister C. |)
Howe has told Britain that Ca
ada has been unable on many co-
casions to get deliveries of heavy
machinery from Britain,
has ordered the machinery
the United States instead.

—L.ES

Hoyos Will Read
Paper At Press Clu’)

Mr. F. A, Hoyos, M.A,
Leader Writer of the Barba
Advocate will vead a paper
8 o’clock tonight at the Barba:
Press Club, No. 53 Swan St
on “The life and era of Clen
Wickham.”

Mambers and their friends a
cordially invited, |



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Decision

Postponed

In the Court of Error yester-
day, His Lordship the Chief Jus-
tice, Sir Allan Collymore post-
poned giving his decision until
Friday week in a case in which
Winifred Scantlebury of Mt.
Standfast appealed against the
decision of His Honour Mr, G, L.
Taylor, of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Original Jurisdiction, who
ordered her to give up possession
of 32 perches of land belonging
to Beatrice Young of New York. |

Young is acting through Clar-
ence G. Edwards of Prospect, St.
James, Her counsel is Mr, E. K,
Walcott, instructed by Messrs
Cottle Catford & Co., Solicitors,

Mr. W. W. Reece, instructed by
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
Solicitors appeared on behalf of
Scantlebury,

Case Law Cited

Yesterday Counsel for
side cited case law,

Young claimed that she was |
entitled to the possession of 32!
perches of land, formerly part of |
lands of Mt, Standfast Plantation.

The land was conveyed to her
by Indenture of conveyance dated
22nd April, 1910, and made be-



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er 16, Mary Daniel.!
leave near Rices,
clock this evening
t Church and thence
Cemetery. Friends are



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sked to attend

Pitz Herbert Daniel (husband). ]} Just received a new shipment including
(Trinidad Papers please copy) 2to 3, 5 ton Trucks, Vans Pickups
Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,



17.9.52

IN MEMORIAM









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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







GOVERNMENT NOTICES



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’ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952
CFFICIAL NOTICE

ARBADOS.





— 2508 REAL ESTATE NOTICE. ——— REDIFFUSION SERVICE LICENCES i IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
> . ny ‘ i | In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
FOR SALE ape NGALOW, at Hastings on the sga.| MUTUAL ule soo The public are reminded that licences for Rediffusion Receivers |»aving or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance in ot
‘eeze. ial 3355 ae ANCE SOCIETY must be re ed by th : : affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
11.9.52 -6n Samuel PI "eke ne : us . renewe y e 30th September at the Public Treasury by | bring before me an account of their cla with their witnesses, documents and
, - WILDING SITES — at Wrisntog | °°. “eposition that, Police wa" #pads | presenting the licence and paying the fee of five shillings. vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours uf
AUTOMOTIV and at Bayswater, ‘Deasent | Oat, ae, hae been lost, and havior 13.9.52.—2n oi Sut Deters the Ooh Gay Of Roveniber, ‘tod : Coch clas may
Set. Assi ts he = mode application te the’ Dives ne . . ridgetown, lore the y iovernber, 1952 in order that such c’ may











————

ee Oo grant a dupiicate of the same NOTY
MMERCIAL VEHICLES— is heveby given that unless any Siete

5 raised within one month of the date

hereof, the duplicate Policy asked for

will be fesued
Order,
ce & PEROwNE
Secretary




son & Banfield, Solicitors. Dial 5087.





~ BRITISH COUNCIL SCH HIP
‘CRANE HOUSE” situate in the parish res arenes

of Saint Phill
11.9.52~69. 1) rood and =. peapding os 12 Acres
The House contains six bedrooms. draw-







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Applications are invited for a British Council Scholarship
for study in the United Kingdom during the academic year 1953/54.





ee
CAR—Wolseley 10 H.P., in good condij-






















_ ing, dining and livi . ; i i
FORDE Th loving memory © of Daisy ten, _Searent offer to $1,300.00, Sourtesy offices, mg roums and usual 10-0 .52—4n 2. These scholarships are primarily intended for men and women
. whe departed th >- - -9.52—Gn. i@ Above will be set up for sale at) ~~~ — - (preferably between 25 d 35 f h i it;
ath, 1948 ———— —_—— ] public Compeett : p ably betwee 5 an years of age) who are university
gh CAR — Hillman Convertibi. ition on Friday the 26: NOTICE ; ; i
t sorrow far from sin le owner ld f ate: > ia as &
Sed beyond al! grief and pain. detven., Only done 4,000 miles Catt office Ped the tata ete * Dae Bt the ‘kn oF st ANDREW cee : I pane a By aay ee ae Avetioe
s down, this fresh young e ° - 8496 -9.52—6n. r e vacan sts f 5 Wii, 10 Wwever, cons) re rr can requiring is
has caved from weary strife. > % GTON & SEALY, — |Sextons at St. Saviours Chapel and at St. Pacademi deg ; me
“0S be remembered by Mrs. Rosinaf CAR—One Morris Oxford, 1950 model, as Street Simons Chapel will be received by the | “C2¢emic courses involving attachment to industrial firms, hospitals
Forde (mother), Mr. Gladstone Forde] Mileage: 19.000, In excellent condition. -9,52| undersigned up to Wednesday Sept. 24th.| and non-academic institutions.

Forde | (mother jretta Bruce aunt), Mrs | Apply Mr. Corbin, 5136 Office,8312 Home. HOUSE SPOT containing 16,900 square|mit’ be. secc nant, Applications

Nv elias Kellman (aunt; U.S.A.), >
r Forde (uncie) 17.9.52— in





SMALS-—-n loving m



September lith, 1950,
May she rest in peace.
James Alberti Small (husband), De-‘y
Cuthbert, Cyril (children) ie
17.9.52—1n

FOR RENT ,

HOUSES

BABBS PLANTATION HOUSE-—'t
Lucy, ideally situated. Apply: A. G
Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James or
N. E. Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lin

17.9,.52—t



















cen
CULDUNE, Cattlewash, St. Joseph
Yully Purnished including Refrige: :
4 Bedrooms, For October, November,
December 1952. Phone 910 Mra. 4. 5S
Fynoe 10.9.52-—2n












LAT & HO Fully furnishee. *t





‘ILFRACOMBE — ON-SEA, Maxweil
Coast. Excellent sea bathing, fully fur-
nished, Fridge, telephone and radio, 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, Parlour and dining








mory of my belov + J Owner
wife Mis, ‘Estelle Beatrice Small, d Owner bought new car. Ring 4621













. Appl
Standfast, St. James, 16 ae at ie ae on

MOTORCYCLE: Th
cylinder B.S.A. Motorcycle, Good condi- prewing cad Danian ‘eee Gallery,|of the snid estate, C/o R. S. Nicholls








GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6.000)™F., Chas. Field.

Lawreseo on-Sea. Phone 3503. OHMS. Just eived a limited
2.3.82-1 {.n, Jeall early. Rr eae















































3. The grant of a scholarship normally provides for steamship

16.9 .52-—3n | feet, with option of further 5,400 . ft
sq. fares to and from the United Kingdom, necessary travel, course fees,

situated on Pine saa ;
CAR—One Ford Prefect Car 1001.lon one ‘side and” Kean a

must be accompanied hy B
Health certificates. . mene





Cc. ALAN SK



























driven 7,400 miles. As new. | Electricity and iva’ Pedi hen Vestry Clerk, provision of text-books and subsistence allowance in the United

.m Geraid Hudson, Pine Hill. Tel. 3862. % Andrew Kingdom.

nC oc—ne | JEHOVAH JING, St. Geonse, sith —— 4. Application forms and further information may be obtained

OR See aie ty Baath |ceeoeamatly is,cctes nd Float oe from the British Counell, “Wakefield”, White Park, Bridgetown, to
11.9.52—6n. | and bath upstairs and Gowauhales a wae sia one” Estate os ‘baa whom completed application forms should he returned before 31st

MORRIS OXFORD 1952 MODEL, less Pamee wnidene mak teokaas Sans e Deceased October, 1952. .

han 2,500 miles. Owner bought | r res off NOTICE is hereby given that al! é ing i i

ae Se eam jerger Jcanes and 1 acre of potatoes. I tion ae’ hatha nee (aaa ae ieee 5. Final selection will be made by the British Council in Lon-

any day except Sunday. Apply Wile],

62—6n. : gainst or affecting the estate of Edmund
11.9, Hams on premises, 13.9.52—Yn. | 1 awrence Dear, deceased, late of Hinds-
bury Road in the parish of Saint
Michael in this Island, who died in or
since the year 1933 intestate, are re-
quested to send in particulars of their
claims duly attested to the undersigned
LEILA JOYCE FOSTER, administratrix

don from among candidates recommended by the Representative in
Barbados advised by a local selectidn committee.










(1999) | “KINNOUL” at BANK HALL MAIN
t corner of entrance to Year-



17.9.52—3n.








15,282 square feet of land, part
which is used as an orchard. 5 vy





One (1) 5 H.P. twin

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming amy estate, right or interest or any lien of incumbrance in or
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and chers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of noon
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridge-
town, before the 31st day of October, 1952 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respective)
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and |
deprived of all claims on or against the sald property.

Plaintiff; LINDSAY ERCIL RYEBURN GILL

akiast
Hen AD, Bn Give, ,cioraen- Host [Rew 2 bedrooms, wit earns | Suc” Braces onor pte,
ge. Phone or 4308 19.¥.00-da tee an0 rma water} — Pantry anc|3ist day of October 1952, after which
-9.52— e1 + @nd usu conveniences shal ‘distribu
Government water and electricity inst.i- Goto, 5 Pn A a

~ we pesets of the deceased among the parties
ELECTRICAL “ rea room in Yard. entitled thereto having regard only to
pection on application to the Tenant.| such claims of which I shall then have

had notice and I will not be liable for
the essets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed to any person of whose debt

BARBADOS.













by "Public “Competition at ‘mar Othe.
C. Maffei & Co. Ltd. y Ee our Office.
11,9.53—t.f.2y, | 28mes Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 1th[or claim I shall not then have had
, | September at 2 p.m. notice
3 YEARWOOD & BOYCE,| And oll persons indebted to the said
LIVESTOCK Solicitors. Estate are reanested to settle their
ioral 10.9.52—£n. | indebtedness without delay.


















roorna, usual offices, Electric and water| PUPPIES — Dobermann-Pinscher — —- Dated this 20th day of Aum 1952. Defendant: CLYDE HARCOURT MARSHALL
s t Pre bred — 6 HILLRISE ated this 952 :
instatied,, xaies TEs, 17.9.54—t i.n. “Lorne” (opp. Sea Vow Get noo, a 1 LEILA JOYCE FOSTER, Property: FIRST ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Sealy Hall





ROOM—Large Cool Room upstairs No.
4 Fiat “Cilfton’, Bay Street, near Chelsea
Road. To be seen from 1] a.m. — 5 p.m.
17.9. 8—lo
















OFFICES

OFFICES-—In our Building in Lower










Broad = Street. Available from ist
October, K. R. Hunte & Co Lid,
Dial 4611. 3.9.52—tin

TOP FLOOR -— Synagogue Building,






off James Street. Suitable for offices,

Ground Floor tenanted by Barbados} Co.,"" Coleridge Street. Phone 5108.

Turf Club. Apply Hutchinson & Ban-
field, Solicitors. Dial §097, 14.9.52—3n.
FCRISsE sn OR ASESIDen In sO

WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS

citS wanted, respectable hom
n t working girls and school
childrerr Reply F. C/o Advocate















A
ROYS' AIRGUN OR RIFLE, with +
Dial 8327 17.9.52

a en =

PURNISHED SEASIDE HOUSE,
Januars, February and March, 1955,
St. Lawrence, Worthing or Rock!

district Please write Denis Hart, c'0/S$

T L.L.y Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad
11.9,62—5n.

PLANTS—About 60 weil rooted Plum-
bago, also 10 roots of Red Fig—Banannas
and 8 pure bred Pullets 4-5 months old,
Write “Little Battalys” St. Peter.

16.9.52—3n











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Also 20 benutiful box assortinents. W rite
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Saturday 20th of Sep-
tember.
THE BARBADOS
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Hurricane Precaution
HINT NO. 18

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DURING A STORM— if
the. centre of the storm
passes directly over there
will -be a lull in the wind
lastibg for a few minutes
to half an hour. Stay in a
safe place. Make emergen-
ey Tepairs, but remember
the wind will start up if
anything with greater vio-
lence from the opposite
direction.



— | Garrison. 17.9.52—2n GRAEME HALL TERRACE, Administratrix of Estate of






























































in the parish of Saint John in this Island ccntaining by_admeasure-
















wig CHRIST CHU Edmund Lawrence Dear, or * ment One acre ten perches or thereabouts Abutting and Bounding on
MECHANIC uiinat uae occupied by Mrs -8.52—4 er of oe “ue Une on lands eee herd and on the poblic
AL m — oad or however e e same may al together with th:

This weil and substantially built stcne NOTICE messuage or dw house and all and singular other the buildings and

BICYCLES—Sunbeam Wavt. _ | residence stands on 29,318 square feet of

lent Poptition. At Nowsem's,. Tatiee a waclaped, With B = ang has a fine

road St. 52-6 over ureh coast. : °

14.9. Mm] The house contains an open verandah attend, and to hear, and ie wee oe

ONE (1) HUMBER—Tourist Gents] @T@Wing ond dining rooms, three boc] sapuaning Wf proRbader and’ comn-

Cycle. Three Speed. Practically new. |*90m*, two baths and toilets, pantry, wander, “The Nation the’ interpreta-

Apply J. Taylor, Stanton, Dayrells Road, | titehen and store-room. Built-in cup- | Paneer, re vition will be performed and

17.9.52-1n | 00248 are a feature of the construction. tion of The Vision will be peri Hill

: nt In the basement there are a wach-| explained by A- De aay ot ‘September

TYPEWRITER One Corona Zephyr | 12%: garaxe for two cars, work-room,| St.,JoePh-.00 "Oot “ite "the world's

cress Typewriter in sound condition Se uate sarge cellars, sete taterest ao at ult to. attend ;
“ * Fale rvants’ rooms, servant's both r r

please apply “Office Equipment Service | ong toilet and a fowl house. The lawns a:

erections on the d land erected and built standing and being with-
the appurtenances AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel
of land also situate at Sealy Hall in the said parish of Saint Jo! in
this Island containing two acres or thereabouts Abutting and Bounding
on two sides on lands of Palmers Plantation on lands now or late of one
Mr. Bell and on the putlic road or however else the same may abut
and bound.

Bill Filed 29th May, 1962.

Dated 18th August, 1962.

TO THE NATION OF BARBADOS
All people are specially invited, to























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cerry.
8. 52—in.








H. WILLIAM
Registrar-in-Cha:























and grounds are well laid t with flow-
16,9.52—8n ering preee and shrubs and the whale NOTICE
property ie in excellent repair and con- Bstat f
MISCELLANEOUS tition. a MILLICENT. HAWKINS CFFICIAL NOTICE
Sud The undersigned will offer the prem) ies : ne Ee BARBADOS.

ANTIQUES — Of ev _ | for sale by public auction at their off.«
Glass, China, old Jowels, fine Biiger|No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on
Watercolou Early books, Maps, A.uto- Friday the 3rd October 1952 at 2 p.m
graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop Instrilctions on application to Mr. C. B. | jy this t the day of March
adjoining val Yacht Club. Sisnett, C/o Messrs. Martin Doorley &| 1952 are hereby required to send particu-

3.2.52-+.f.», [CO.. Ltd., Palmetto Street, Bridgetown. | jars of their claims, duly attested, to

NOTICE 1S Rie I el
persons having any de or ¢l a t
the estat ent Hawkins who died

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IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in ot
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of










For futher particulars y to @ 1, Ernest Stanley Robin one ~ ings.
A BARGAIN—Are you painting ony- COPTLE, CATFORD & co. ion, ugg cyril Bertrand Sisnett, the Be sun 2 oekee Ky A aes ot fe Hegistra Hon otles, Pope Rg np.
thing? We have 1 Ib, tins of Paint Solicitors qualified executors of the estate © "| be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,







(solled on outside) at 17.9.62-—-6n office of Messrs.Cottle,
ONLY 18 cents deogaend at mee High Street, Bridge-

‘

e i 5 vi e d a be
each. G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., a otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and
















































be

reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,

otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
deprived of all ope on ge against the said property.

- STON IRVINE GRIFFITH
Defendant — JAMES IRETON BROOME

acting herein by EDNA OSCOLA BROOME his Attorney on record in this Island.
PROPERTY. ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men's

in the parish of Saint Peter and island abovesaid containing admeasure-
ment One Rood Thirteen Perches or thereabouts (of which area Eight
Perches form part of an abandoned Public Road) abutting and bounding
on lands of Six Men’s Plantation on the Seashore on lands of Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound together with the Messuage or Dwellinghouse thereon
and all other buildings and erections on the said parcel of land erected and
built standing and being with the appurtenances.

Bill Filed 15th July, 1952. H. WILLIAMS,
Dated 2nd September, 1952 Registrar-in-Chancery .
3.9.52—4n







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SHIPPING NOTICES



ROYAL NETHERLANDS ;¥°°*°*~

M.
M
M.

M.



STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “MONEKA” will ac-

cept Cargo and Passengers for

SAILING FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montsergat,
S. “NESTOR, 19th September, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
S. UERSILIA, 20th September, 1952. 19th inst.
S. BONAIRE, 3rd October, 1952.

sARLING TO EUROFE The M.V, “CARIBBEE” will
S. WILLEMSTAD, ‘th October, 1952. ] accept Cargo and Passengers f°

Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,

SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO — Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-

AND GUIANA ;
oe: Comes, = September, 1952. day 26th inst.

S. NESTOR, October, 1982. ;
M.S. BONAIRE, 20th October, 1952. sabe . oh ng
SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACAO ARORA .

M.S. , 13th October, 1952. Consignee, Tele. No. 4047

8. BP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,

Agents. is a



Canadian National Steamships









SOUTHBOUND
Sails Balls Sat Arrives Satis
Montreal Halifax Beston Barbados Barbados
LADY RODNEY as ss SSept. 6 Sept 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept.
CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. _ 24 Sept. 25 Sept.
LADY NELSON . . Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Oct.
NOXKTHBOUND
Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Mentreal
FauguMy CONSTRUCTOR 18 Sep. 19 Sep. — 29 Sept. 3 Oct.
LADY RODNEY o os 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct, 16 Oct.
CANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct. = 21 Oct, 24 Oct.
LADY NELSON o- .- 1g Oct 21 Oct, 30 Oct. 31 Oct. 4 Nov.





For further particulars, spply %—





GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.

HARRISON LINE

nee enn ee

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM











deprived of all claim: n or against the said property. From
LTD 16.9.52—80 Gatton or before the 16th day of | deprived of al Cllms printer — CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS jane pee
pen AUCTION Novenber 1959 after which date the salt Defendant — WILMER ORNESTINE CUMMINS Barbados
two shades u Eaward Stanley Robinson and Cyrili ip opprry. ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Codrington SS. - London 4th Sept. 17th Sept
Limited Ack Bertram Sisnett shall proceed to dis, REY the parisly of Saint Michael and Island: of Barbados abovesaid con- 18.5. Liverpool . :
Wm. Henry ie. Re pene to eel” at Tent mat tribute the anests of te oer taining by admeasurement one acre one rood or thereabouts Abutting and sS. . Glasgow and 13th Sept. 1st Oct.
17.9.52—1 | Station on Monday, the 22nd tember, | the parties — claims as they siial! bounding on lands of Samuel James Caddle of one Ford eS TEREty Li 1 26th t. 1 t
at 2 p.m, the follows: eae gard only to a they will Deane and on the Public Road, or however else the same may al ne i " iverpoo. Sept. 10th Oct.
SUBSCRIBE now to the. a) Bord Wrist Watch” i g| then bave had notice of an wart eae ce with the messuage of dwellinghouse thereon called “MAYVILLE '|S.S. ‘BURMONT .. London 4th Oct. 17th Oct
Telegraph, Rnaiand’s leeding Daily New. | prown Shit, U1) iRy anllon steel | Not be Mable for tHe, ete oan. of afte other bulldings and erections on the said land erected and built . .
n jos r 4 ‘ aa thereof to distribute standing and being. ne waiinaldadi
only a few daye after publication 19 Drum, (1) Silvertown Tyre. (Goodrich) hose debt or claim they shall not then ina oth A Tt A H. WILLIAMS, : case
with Tube, (1) Nickle ted Wirt | Whose Bill Filed 5) ugust, A ad HOMEWARD FO
es eee J oe C/o. any. hab (Genta) One pie Fiowerad haye hag Pete indebted to the said Dated 2nd September, 1952, Regutedn-n-Cinowe. R THE UNITED KINGDOM
eh Mh Readme tr fae A ae gence May OE ascuing, A | gute, ae Tecumsted to settle thelr aia Vessel For Closes in
aunty, of Sig’ tead and, serum Alea, | pean ay day at September, 19 ar
and severa’ er items of interest Se yh €
- BINSON -~ .S. “SCHOLAR” .. re: .. Yondon
ARC eed OFFICIAL NOTICE SS. “CROPTER” .. |. | Liverpool ath Sept
RO ere chine Will of vapher k IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY :
teen ualied Exeocutors of the ° PAN + For further Information ly t
TORCHES bre: le, waterpro [ Hpi feo SILLICENT HAWKINS, deceased. t f the Ch Act, 1906 I hereb: n tice to all persons » apply to...
Torches, Two eal @ 88 ‘each. Thr e 16,9.52--4n n pursuance ©: e nerf et, do er y Rive notice to a persons









having or claiming any estate, ht or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or

affecting the property hereinafter mentioned the property of the defendant to bring

16.9,.52~—"n] | have been instructed by Mr. Josep before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers
ne a od St. Hill to sell at his house at Twe }to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the bours of 12 noon

VELVET SLIPPERS—A small shipme \t | and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridye-

assorted colours, All sizes. Thani Bro'.]pt 12.30 all the town, before the 31st day of October, wi in order that such claims may be

a nee een = | Sia, aitanite Buel FY \ ‘spre8 0% ane cane erat ease Hom the, Denes Of nny decree. and De

windows, galvanize buckets, several front otherwise such persons W preclude ro! 2

y 1 thats oon oe eae Ecate a4 | 1008 locks with nabs, saucepans, break ; deprived of all claims on or against the said property.

Tombinstion Leck: Widos Talephane Co. [art cations, Jarge ,strlieing, Clock re page Plaintiff: SIMON ALTMAN

Ltd. 10.9,52—! 0} cane: OT tvalo at Defendant: LOUIS SPEISMAN

burner oll stove (Valor) Pine and ipon
bedsteads, glass c. cups ad saucers, Property: ALL THAT certain messuage or store together with the land whereon
the same stands containing by admeasurement 1,489 square feet be thy
Vigour om Oe

bowls, (1) Chev t truck and other
same more or less situate in Swan Street in the City of Bridgetown
It fa no





ce ei
coll @ $3.09 each. G. W. HUTCHINSO 1 Under the Diamond Hammer

































items, also (1) shop 20 x 11 x 9 with shed.
Terms cash in this %sland Butting and Bounding on lands and premises now or
D'ARCY A. SCOTT, late of W B. Gall on Busby’s Alley and on Swan Street aforesaid or
however else the same may but and bound.
Bill Filed: 13th May, 1952.
Dated 18th August, 1952.

Auctioncer
13.9.54—4n.















LOST & FOUND
lees Ts

iancloni = —

GLASSES — One ir Turtle Stel
Glasses, Somewhere between the y
and Whitehall on Wednesday last. Finder
please communicate George Walrond,
Whitehall. 17,.9,.52—1n,

_ EDU ATIONAL

QUEEN’S COLLEGE
The next term at Queen's College me
begin on Tuesday, the 28rd of September,
1962, at 9.15 a.m. and the School will be
in session from 9.15 a.m — 12.30 p)
D. E. M. MALONE
Secretary-Treasurer,
Goversing Body,
Queen's College.
14,9.52—3n

must ;
“Peper eee |, LOPE SCHOOL.

a Ittle, aud the gun Fupiis of the Lodge School are hereby





H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
20.8.62—4n

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PAGE EIGHT

Ramadhin, Worrell
ilead Averages

Ry ROY MARSHALL
LONDON, Sept. 9.





ONE e week and the League season will be finish-
ed. Ti ¢ il Lancashire League games are, in fact,
comple ind a dog-fight on the last Saturday between
Rar ; Crompton and Worrell’s Radcliffe, which re-

it ctory for the former shows both teams brack-
et n the final table. The Championship was won
by Rochdale with Heywood second.

uperior of Ramadhi ~~ ;

Worre r other batsmen TENNIS:
i i the final tab)
: “U.S. Attack
bot ij ill oppositi e e ac
ir ir re t ive department
Ramadhin with 128 wickets ¢ Hi
runs heads th opman
Worrell who mad e e e
ahead in the battin y
ahead Pot Discipline
yad another trul







has also taker The Australian lawn tennis play-
an average o! ers, who monopolised the Wimbie-
don championships were called

Ramadhin did not shine quite “the Chain Gang’ by the U.S.
so much ¢ | batsman nagazine Newsweek.

That was, however araly Villain of the piece, according to
ba expected Still there ver’ the magazine, is team manager
three below him in the averages, saRRY HOPMAN, because of the
for his 160 runs worked out t 1 ; aw
yan tian strict rules he imposes on his play-

: rs, FRANK SEDGMAN, KEN

_ Bowling Honours = MCGREGOR, MERVYN ROSE,

in their meeting On saurd’y KEN ROSEWELL and LEWIS
it: was Worre who 0k © HOAD.
honours, not i batsman but as i
a Seroeel No American group of play-

Winning tt i Crompt ers,” says the magazine, “would
elected to bat The wicket w put up with such monastic non-
sot T W ) 1 irate left en e.”
arn lir i ll the bats Strict Diet
men fumbling, In two_ hours 10 Among the rules quoted in sup-
minutes Crompton were all out port of “monastic nonsense” are:
for 101 and Worrell nished In bed by 10 p.m, (11 p.m.
with 8 for 37 occasionally for a “really good
¥ case”); out of bed by 7 a.m. for
ae ee Pe everal miles of cross-country

* & # running: Hopman’s choice of food
i heavy on proteins, light on
Pag & ‘. sweets; no smoking or drinking;

: ¥ . © films, because of the effect on
fe + de ‘ the eyes,



&. All I can+say is that the Aus-
tralians seem to do very well on
the Hopman discipline.

Besides holding the Davis Cup,
in which they huve for two years’
running beaten the U.S.A., Sedge-
man is Wimbledon and U.S. sin-
gles champion. McGregor is the
Australian title holder, while
\ogether these two players hold
every important men’s doubles
title in world tennis.

Bannister Decides

Typical of the
that affect the truly amateur
British sportsman is the prema-
ture end of competition for ROGL&
BANNISTER, Britain's No. 1 milec

considerations



SONNY RAMADHIN this season,

There was plenty of time for Duties in the casualty ward at
Radcliffe to make the runs nec- St. Mary’s Hospital, ending at
essary for victory but they midnight, prevent his training
failed badly. Worrell was bowl- and, as he says, “If you cannot

ed by one of the Crompton ama-
teurs for six and Ramadhin had
a remarkable spell in which his

train, you cannot compete.”
He has reached this decision
although he would have liked to



figures were 15 overs 10 maidens take part in some of the inter-
12 runs 6 wickets, Radcliffe national meetings still to come.
were all out in just two hour
for 64, Unprepared
It was a good day for We Bannister’s calculated approach
Indian professionals in the Lati- jo training for the Olympic Gamcs
Ww tae ° pee a “il at Helsinki overlooked the need
eae were on the wins for hard competition, There the
and LAWErhOUsS had the 1.500 metres final, his third hard
ere S drawn game with race in three days, found him un-
Bacup head the list for a fine prepared for the gruelling compe-
home victory by ten wickets tition.
over Accrington. The visitors There was credit in a fourth
won the toss and decided to bat. Place, but a more care-free ap-
The wicket was soft from mid- Proach to the sport might be bet-
week rain and Weekes turned in ter for Bannister.
his be bowling performance of .
the season He Antnien 8 for Locke Triumphs F
i and“in two and half hours British Open golf champion
Accrington were back i, the BOBBY LOCKE, of South Africa
pavilion for 118. Following up his Will not regret playing for Canada
fine bowling Everton opened the he qualifies as a member of the
innings and in 80 minutes he had Canadian professional golfers’
steered Bacup to victory by ten association—in the present. six-a-
wickets, He shared in an unfin- side match against the U.S.A.,, in

ished partnership of 119 of which
his share was 67 not out includ-
ing 8 fours,

Montreal,
Besides, earning himself around
£400 for three days’ golf, Locke

Enfield Versus Colne to-day gained a convincing win
Nine runs sufficed for Enfield over the United States Open
to win a low scoring game with

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Football

Matthews: Britain’s
Greatest Player

By PETER DITTON



LONDON.
THAT soccer genius Stanley Matthews, 37 years of
age and rapidly thinning on top, is making a glorious
come-back bid to regain his place in the England team.
And do not be surprised if he succeeds.
Fitter now than for three or four seasons, Stan is play-
ing as well as when he was England’s No. | priority—if

not better. His twinkling feet are causing chaos among
First Division defences.
_ straw to break the camels back.
After Blackpool had defeated Such is the demand to see
Aston Villa by five goals to one, Fnglish soccer and such is the
Villa Manager George Martin, one prestige attached to these close-
of the shrewdest judges in the season Internationals that noth-
game, described Matthews as

ing but the best will do. Britain’s
soccer shop window must contain
only the finest goods. It may
sound tough on the Portuguese
but their turn will come.

Britain’s greatest player,

Already, because of Stan’s form,
Blackpool are being tipped to win
the cup, This is no chance selec-
tion. The Wizard of Dribble is
turning in some great perform-
ance and making goal scoring an
easy job for his colleagues. His

England ‘B’
them happy.

team might



speed off the mark is amazing Pi :
and already several full-backs, ompe May
who are by no means slouches, iP y

have been made to look liké

Fight Turpin

YOLANDE
Indies boxing
the next
Turpin,
weight
London
to get South
Angelo to fight
Empire title was

cart-horses.

On this form, Matthews cannot
be left out of the reckoning for a
place on the F, A. Party to tour
Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
next May.

This is a tour that England
have got to win. The stigma of
the World Cup defeats is some-
thing that still rankles at Lan-
caster Gate, the headquarters of
the Football Association. Even
the balm of the close-season
victories over Austria and Switz-

POMPEY,
champion
opponent for
former world
champion. An offer
promoter

may

Africa’s

erland is as nothing compared Indies on September 26, He will
with the humiliation which was consider whether to accept after

felt when America beat the cream
of English soecer by one goal to
nil. It was a defeat that probably
would not and could not have
been repeated in another dozen
attempts. But the point is that it
happened.

conferring with his manager,



Sir Stanley Rous, Secretary of
the F.A,, spent the last week-end
in Portugal on F.1.F.A. business.

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Meantime a fixture against the
keep

West
be
Randolph
middle-
by
Jack Solomons
George
Turpin for the
not considered
sufficiently big. So Solomons has
now turned to Pompey who is due
back from a holiday in the West

WATER POLO:



THE Trinidad Water P

send a men’s team and a women’s team to Barbados

olo Association are hoping

play a series of matches towards the end of October.

There have been four contests
between men’s teams from the

two islands starting in 1948
when Trinidad made a “discov-
ery” tour here, That year, there

was no Cup at stake, but in the
following year 1949, the Elite
Shirt Factory donated a cup for
competition between the men’s
teams in the two colonies.

Barbados won the trophy in
1949 and in 1951 in Trinidad,
and in 1950 in Barbados.
players are anticipating a keen
tussly for the cup this year in
view of the rapid strides which
have been made in the men’s
section in Trinidad, Last year
Barbados were only victorious
by two matches to one,

WON CUP IN _ 1950.

Contests between ladies’ teams
started in 1950 when Trinidad
won the Crushy Cup. Barbados

regained thd trophy last year
when they defeated Trinidad
three nil in Trinidad.

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D\1 I i i! Mini; If, 11 B\KBU>OS WtYOCATE r\ I Belle Gully Bridge Under Construction Steel Structure Will Support Water Mains THE ground work for the launching of the steel bridge | to cross Belle Gully and carry the 20 inch arterial water main from Belle Pumping Station to Grandview Reservoir and on in 15 inch mains to Brittons Reservoir is well ad-1 vanced. Tho component part* of the — bridgewhich has a 110 foot span „ have now all been received and Bn > ce f Station Hill. St. Michael sorted out. and Uicir luting to*** %  Ior overloadinf a motor bus getfaer started. They are galvanon R * bu ck Street on July 29 ised to withstand the corrostvc ""S" 1 'I 05 JB action of salinity in the air. The nne u < • P ld n '*' In addition "to the pipe the day or m def u or >c month's' bndge will carry a footpath! imprisonment with hard labour Is propose,! to launch the ft*"* ll C 1 0n-, b £ F,eem f, n "* .a. .. Th'll u hi In inilittv m IIH.IMI.L' I.AK..E III I II III l bridge after erection on the south thai hile on duty on Roebuck one unit The complete itrucM 2M0 %  •*. 'he defend.nl as F K BJEKKHAMN Wounding Case Adjourned lure weight It Ions. " f na "<*The bus appeared to' Mr W H E r.arrnH n.i B f r.. •* overloaded and a check oncer,&&£ %  DepaSniX ,h wcd Ulat SS" w *~ 37 ,^~ -id yesterday that the fonrtSX 2"!E l "J L ThC bU5 !" *•* of the bridge as one unit " m < CMgy Jl passengers inean Usk. and involves Urge ?T* h d P revlou ""*-' amount of preparation, both " nS ' r overloadin theoretical and practical. KOIJF H ITIIOI'T LIGHT; it Is hoped to complete the FINED. launching by the end of next — month. A An* of 15/to be paid in 14 days or one month's imprison* ment witlv hard labour was yesterday imposed on 20-year-old labourer David Mapp of Haggatt Hall. St. Michael by His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn who found him guilty of riding his blcyclt B ,"..,... %  long Pin Road Sl Michael *!l£j'£$2?£i&Jl-SHE £^ "?/ %  %  • "" hou "' "" %  f MSFT*H SS .£ Sxr -" C0UM %  ^ ,u, at. Michael is charged with wounding Police Constable FasSgt. Alleyne attached to Cent r *T y bi I in him on his linger. tral Station prosecuted for tht The charge stated that the Police from information recelvoffence was committed on Juno ed 30 in Tudor Street. tKHAMN. a 1 •!•> %  - old pupil of Lodge School caught Uut bumrfly in his bonw at Muwll between T and B o.loch OH Monday nlgbt. rrom wing Up to wins; tlu the butuirlty niea-titi-a 7 inch** Its proboscu (somaUtnecalled the longut") la 6 Inches lobg. "De Grasse" Arrives In Port: Stays 3 Hours THE 10,331 ton French Liner S.S. De (.raw arrived in port this morning from Jamaica, Curacao and Venezuela, with passengers for the island. Mr. P. Smith Is appearing on COMMITTED behalf of Small while Inspector Franklyn is conducting the case for the Police. Those arriving from iMiMton. Jamaica were:— Mr. John Butler, Miss Sheila Grlce. Miss Julia Morgan. Those arriving from Curacao were Mr. Neville Dummett and Miss Alviana Lelli. From Venezuela were M. Melendez Plrela, H, Melcnder Pirela. C. Pirela Melendez. E. Plrela Melende?. M. Mclendex de Pirela, M. Ramirez de Pirela. L. de Acarragul, E. Acarregul, D. 182 Quarries Registered At Labour DepL Removal Of Canada Driven 4-Ton Crane To More Trade Completed With U.S.A. ml f.wm the Lower By KKtVK MUV OH • an ClwSkt of OTTAWA. Sept 10 Messrs. DaCoaU & Co.. Lid. was Falling import* fr*vn th. stari on Sunday. ling area arc driving Carui rho rltsBM anal aaore lo Ihe United State%  %  r i gaasaai In tht Ira la phi L to k ikM ... Mlnlati c eonferwnea i ex. • vember. %  %  Canada h.ig air. i botM and: rnasno ia ndum %  • I"*,..-. ,,.,..-. -, net, agpnda thai :<-tv. Minister St l.Miivm and \\ %  toi over 1* Canadian d Britain and OtM i i :i b| rr-creclcvl on rwgawsawlltaUfl k ..l UM wh-rt by area is missing repeated tra. i Da Costa opportunities in Canada. & l • i.irt Warehouse. I RH \\ i.\ FORT. Ci.na.lian v,< ~ — %  %  %  %  ihe unbalam riuAlcoa fftsjamanln Puritan 1 Com aafwatui oou U n port taJdni %  oafsjo o| LfOQ I ba Unltod Kii t ;^i loi Halifax ami Monrnwmbai eovsatftat araul I \i-t in port u Uiv S.S. vanusgai of oppo B it i* a>t \ BOH ^l>tl^ il pttgar '"' buying frv>* non> M 1-r.mii'H. ThwM bVnB VCSM'I* afS) BBH Mk t" i ill thai aajwawJIfl nd the Than m IWU looml acents .r,' Messrs. D,i Coal.i CoinmiODWwaJlll countries enj A Ltd prvf. mo I to 10 OMInJffisssBs.il AT WORK. c.-i,t hut smara bm %  — US. and othar non-sterUng COP • %  MuPY'iui anj on full n the toft si\ monthi peed YMtsjrday grouiutanii-n trad* deficit with I ..i gatUnsj rid of the tall reached a totnl ol u M preparing the UHUUl doUan (about EM ml|U< %  WO for pl:iy. Th.Playing F^eld This Is 30 million dollars < I looking much tidier now. and million) monUi;m that dW I CASE IHSMISSKI>. The cw, II which the Police Worship Mr-6. B Orlfflth to Sie "ODNEV EXrKCTEI). On,hundred a TO SESSIONS, ircategui. tabrer* de Orcateguy quarries have been IsliTaissl uc ar-d Mr. Valene McComia. lo ,he 5th Septeii.U-7 ltS £.*. 2T f J *'"*•*• sordini to figures given by tha ihe De Graaae weighed unchor Labour Drpar.in.nt MMcului electrici'y and left port on its way to EngThe Quariea Act, 1951 () came ts agents here are Messrs. j„io force on the ls t of March this roar, William Thompson of Hothersal Turning. St. Michael and Rudolph Applewhalte of Blbby Lane, St. Michael both labourers, ere yesterday committed by His I I v.i nrOl have no difficulty In all of ISM. Hrld. Canadian sBDMrbj (<> Bl f.OdO C.AI.LONH MONTHLY. ksWw ttostt fag S8 DaT p -— '" %  ports from nnttnn I... \ More Ui*n 1.000 gallons of E.C. by 28 prr cent nro sold at the E.C. Factory every Exports to other Conur" month, government offlce-; have w^nh countries are up 40 oghty-rwo tholr ,h,r o* KC • ** lt %  no1 cent imjunts down hv 37 per .. Included in the cadi sales boo*. Almdv Trada Th,EC. Is made of salt and lime. j( ow ,. httK tnUi |i ntam nd the machinrr>Is driven by a dn has been unable on man. tions to get d< R. M. Jones St Co, Ltd. Grand Sessions on a charge of iking and larceny on REPORTED. Spooners Hill, St. Michael with driving the motor bus M-684 on hoJs" bi White Park Road in a dangerous j u lv 10 manner, was dismissed by His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith withTHEFTS out prejudice yesterday. %  Sgt. Fordc who prosecuted for Evelyn Greenidge of Church the Police from information reVillage. St. Michael reported to ceived appealed against the de'^" Police that her black travellcislon. Mr. J. E. T. Branckcr ap. Jng bag containing $83 was peared in the case for King. stolen from the counter of tho Police Constable Freeman said Government Savings Bank on that on June 18 he saw King September 13. and r,p„, ted hlm SjSSwf gm *ggJ l Sl When he saw the defendant he 3S from hrr house sometime bewas trying to overtake another tw*en 7.40 a.m. and 7.4.5 a.m. on vehicle and to ovoid an accident September 12. another motorist had to draw up „„,, -,.-. %  — ... n la j on on. tide of the road lo Id IhJ !" S} n "X JB-TCJS dc'cndiint's vrhlclo r*ss mat hl * Z5 co11 "volver wnicn wa not nroviKt hv the nr.mecu room WM "tolen from there So" SKtin dC^ dX £ %  "'" •'" ' • %  >. In • danprou. manner and at It gPl< !" bcr 12 and 8_30 p m. on was a criminal case ho .ubmitttd SePljmbcr 13. II. Mid lhat_Ui. that lh.r. w„ no criminal mnumber ol tho revolver Is 404425. tent and the case should be dls. Anhur Lopoy a labourer of Walkers Bay, SI. Andrew reportm I II li\lilvt; * ."a! thieves raided his yard >ADING. on s^,,^,,,^, „ and look ww The SS. Laay Rodney Thursday. 18th. Mr. R. N Jack. Acllnj Labour Commissioner told the Adt'orare yesterday thai 101 applications Thursday, 18th, with passengers ODeraU „ U11 and general cargo lor Ihe island. 57 Hcen.icii 1 It Is due lo sail the same even. Decision Postponed ichlnery from Britain. ha 0rd11.1i tinmachinwry f tlie Uniu-d Btata it. Land —1..1 IfoVO* Will I {.Ml I licenses have so lar been grantIn the Court ol Error yesterP nil tr Al Oma^m sPI..'. .d. Sevenly-lour applicants have day. Ills Lordship the Chlel Jusr a l" r '** r s ,l <<•'. Sl v !" ?"'. 7 n,d . been refused llcmse, to operate Uee, Sir Allan ~ Trinidad and British Gulan /.gents for are Gardli III,111 IKS mi'AIRHI Collymoro posl?. !s. 1... Ula... 1 u arrles until certain rcquircmcnU poiied irivlng his decision until ? flll *ftf 'ff," h,v lxm uimil There were Jriday week In a case In whl.-h SnaWaisa 20 quarries to be mspccled. Winifred ScanUebury of M.. Tk A-l _. ,., -. Stand',! appealed against the Many lighter, are a. pre^nt ,.oT,Tr ^SlSIJjf That -STS. SS&?2 &&SSA & h "a-af iW &'ovc; Ss-SSSslSS, Sa?*' *f*zz ss^ g?su Sran £l Wal'oit. Instructed by M Mr P A, Ho de ttnll .M A tl. II.. Advoeata rlil 8 o'clock tonight nib. No, ;,.i Ban n Bl >n 'Th.llfk and ra o. W 1 I li.in M.anbcrs and their fi beneath them, were seen yester<'ay at the Job of painting and chipping the lighters. ,.ll. %  11.--1 aeekk nti Injured ijchoolboy Kept At Hospital missed. FOR Jtis Worship Mr. C. IWnlwyn live fowls which he valued at $6. Police Magistrate of District The Police are making inves"A" yesterday fined Oswald tlgations into all these reports. Cotton Conference Opens Today C.O.L, Index Down Another Point The cost of living index figure dropped another point last month to record 311 points as against 312 for the month of July. The August figure Is the same as was the figure for January when there, was a Jump from *2 in December last year to 311. In February the Index recorded a jump of throe points, but molo r i ? rr r , X -" 2 ,* ncd dropped a point in March. The '** %  "'> Pl..i.i ; .ti..r. and figures for April, May and June A ex nd S lI ? of 5f nll *'remained at 313. and i„ July Cta^, C htaTw h aPQUt_ IJ there was u drop of one point. The increase on all items since 1939 is 210.62 per cent, wbilr that on food is 194.06 per cent. >y Messrs Cottle Cat ford ft Co., Solicitors. Mr. W. W. Retro, Instructed bv Maura Yeurwood I. H o y c e. Solfrltom appeared on behalf of Scantlebury. Case Law Cited Yesterday Counsel for eaoh gMt a 13-y.-;.r-ol s. hool,(,,,. ciXrii ,.„,, Uw Behool Lane, Hal a Road, young; claimed that she wg, %  • >* % %  <"< "t Iho , .,.;.,, ,,, t|1 ,.^ M ,.„,„ ,., |J pltal suffering from pvttm of land, formerly port of ** ,n : 'and' of Mt. Standfast Plantation The land was conveyed to her Carol boy of St. Michael General lit head injuries after %  lvcd in on accident with the |>> bv Indanture Ol convevam-e t Appeal gave Young ju Igemenl with costs, ordering S<'.ir.!lebury to give up powwisioii in 10 days or to be ejected. In the Court of Appeal, Original Juisdlctlon. Scantlebury said that her husband had been paying The Canadian dollar WBS un"• £ r ,he l"d since 1927 and At the "tlmst of the Incident ehanged at a premium of 4 1/6 ;'"T ^.J^ %h had !" ">ed Carter wan sitting on the bar ]*'r cent in terms of United States of the bicycle. Alorua Best waa funds In Foreign Exchange doalCanadinn Dollur Una hanged the rider. Ings. The pound sterling was up 1 '8 of a cent at $2,783/8. WEDDING Brathwait In Montreal dollar closed at 4 1/16 per cent Canadian funds _up. On Sunday last a quirt wedding M ondfl ^' took place at Mount Tabor Ch Ihe Ainen.an Car Destroyed Brathwnite terms i 3J rrom The car A—38 was compl. ielv %  lastroyed by fire while it arafl bring driven by Ivan BoitrM <>l .s,r u n"i'?r:;nS^^ r —" St. John between Mr. Jan BrathMunday.— In 1|. lo i, %  i; ,1,. \eUvlty t normal n u I.. i %  i so essenUul in ei %  influenzasev.-u, i.uis and chilU Alltiimgh rapid and cci lain in action p.it. t hot eonUln any liarniim I'ruas and will not up %  heart nor cause digesli' i PRICE: /PKR BOTTI.F BRUCE WEATHERIIEAb LTD. S.lllng Agent for Boots Pure Drug Co. STARLET STOPS TRAFFIC IN TOKYO Vaughan. and Maximum ole tlne Brauhwalle, the daughter Of Mr. James Brathwalte of Drag Hall, at 2 o'clock. The bride, who was given :i Marriage by her father, wore a dress of pearl aatin and lace. Tin-, headdress was of vase flower*. and she wore a veil of lac trimmed with silver sequin.*, and ribbon. Her bouquet was .^f Queen laco and snap dragon. The bridesmaid wore a diesof blue nylon sheer trimmed with pink rose buds. Rev. A. C. rtfa)rbn performed the ceremony. Engineer Dies ANTIGUA. Sept 16 L/Cpl. Allan rreneu. Eugi %  '• of a police lauauh who A. Injured when an aanjhV sion occurred dawtro-t-uig launch lafll Frida died at Hi.: berton hospital to-day. JAMNISE MOVIE fAHS block Tokyo's famed Gtnzi as luvenllt screen %  aar Mamnl O'Brien (arrow) rides by, perched on the back of a car. sswada assr %  Bibari Uisori. Japanese child actress, with whom afar* gassat * %  aatfca pictures in Japan. Bttwcea them is Mrs. O'Brien who has a eeo m p an led her daughter on the tear, f/itcmortonel Radiophofo; In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station | < \m i AN 1 ) ,;nri gag aTi %  ; lowbia %  Mix lhrii.n Uir BulHd.i. (a-M SUli... %  %  JuUhy. %  %  a KOM, %  |. 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I \t.l I ic.lll BARBADOS ADVOCATE Vil.IlM -II \1 si II I Mill li 17. 1IS2 Rochdale Win Central Uuimulliin, >\ orrell 11 rail Averages League Cup llll 4 II till* IS THE I'lVlftEKIMM; *ATOt mtLO: !' KOV MAICSIIAI.L LON1 %  | (ill will be In tad .. laX Saturday between i ton and WorrtU'i Radcllffe, which re. roi tiM forn l %  brack. I I imptonship was won econd ...... II. \ /.s : eaaoii %  %  7 7 28 %  huktraUan lawn taania play.,. i poll ltd Hie WimuleLunplonablpa were called da Gang" by the U.S. inc. Newsweek. %  ,,.. .. urn m ih. averagai ,. HK iitil'M \\ for hi U.S. Attack Hopman Discipline How ling Honavn %  %  • nan but as %  in. Winmne Th. i %  %  %  %  for 101 and Woi with 8 %  r UM inplayFRANK sl.lM.M \V Kl \ IM t.KII.OK. MLKYVN HOSE. KI:\ iiosmui. .,n,i I.KVVIH HO A It "No American group of plavsays the magazine, "wou-d put up wild such monastic non Trinidad May Send Water Polo Teams THE Trinidad Waler Polo Aatodattotl irr hnpinu to %  and a men's team and a women's team to Barbados lo play a series of matches towirds the end ol October. There have been tour contest Strict DM Among the rules quoted In upistic nomaa—** are: In bed by 10 \> in. i I I p.in .!> for a "really gowi %  f IH'f the ie eyes. All I can *ay l< that The Air-• i to di U Hopman discipline. -mlding the Davis Cup. i which Ihey I two years' unning beaten the t.'.S A Sedge%  afaladon and i f s. singles champion. McGregor is U.o 'i'I. holder, while gathag these two players ho'i very Important men's doubleitle In world tennis. ALTHOUGH the experts h.ve m.irfr him the underdog in hut SepMm bar 23 title light agaiiut Bocky Marciano, In Philadelphia, heavy weight champion Jersey Joe Walcott never wai more confident as be trains at AUantic City. NJ. Hare he dances and swivel* as be dippunch*tossed by -pairing partner Aaron Perry U.N.F.) loams frotn the ivo i land i itarUi i m IMI wnan Trinidad I '•ry" tour here. That year, there Up at stake, but % % %  the following year 1849. the BKt Shirt l*actory donated a cup for competition bet worn the men':. teams In the Iwo colonies. KM won the trophy in 1840 im) ba ]9.il in Trinidad and in 1950 in Barbados. Local %  Jayers are anticipating. •• 1-aen luailfj for the cup this year m view ot the rapid strides which hava been made in the men's wction in Trinidad. Last year Barbados were only victorious bv two motchos to one. WON CI'P IN 15. Contests between ladies' teams started in 1050 when Trinidad %  von the Cruahy CapBarbados regained thd trophy last year when Ihey defeated Trinidad three nil in Trinidad r.u,tiMiU Matthews: Britain's Greatest Player ;ON\> : ,\i MHIIN Than "i tuna ft ,„, St Mary's Hospital, ending i i idnight, pravani hi* tealalni ind a hi says. "If you cannot Od i i [ won cannot compete." He has reached this decision h H aliliiiiigh he would have liked By PKTF.R DITTON LONDON THAT soccer genius Stanley Matthews. M yi..i: it age and rapidly thinning on top. is m;ikini; a gloriOUl come-back bid to regain his place in the Em-land team. And do not be surprised if he succeeds. Fitter now than for throe or four seasons Stan is pU.vinn as well as when he was England's N*0 I priority U not better. His twinkling foot ON eausinfl Firsl Division defences straw to break DMcamels back. After Blackpool had defeated Sucll ,, 1(1 .„ ..„. tish sportsman U the premaAston Villa by five goals to on*, English W cei and such is the turc ind of compLtition for RIKil.it Villn Manager George Martin, one prartlg* attach, d to these closeBANMSTFJt, Britain's No. 1 miU> of tne %  hrcwdest judges in the waWMI international-, that nnlhthis season. !" *J i Matthews as ing D ut the baat ill do. Britai Duties in the ca-uully ward Si Mar>'. iiildtntht. llannisU r Decides Typical o UM considerations truly amateu'of the shrewdest judges in the %  MOa. described Matthews Brttain'a greatest player. smr shop window must contcln Already, because of Stan s form. ,, n i v nu.. finest foodt. It may Blackpool are being tipped to win ,nund tough on the Portugese lhi> chance sel'-i II I %  maldan bun part in some nf ihc mtar< national meetings still to MOW %  I'll pre pa red n Bannlaur*! Gab ulatad a) i % %  ni %  | ,.,.,.. fa, n i rank Oan i %  I HtlslnaJ ovortooaad IhI %  .. | 1500 rnatri anal, his third hard race In three days, found him unpreparad for the gruriiing competition There wag credit in a tootth placa imi proach to th' tar for Bannister I me with tha World Cup i % %  L" tin-il H fi i i, naU hum* II, the %  %  Ba Honpur • .. raatiogkfj match play cliampion M '" hip at Walton Heath (Snrr*j Saptanum 10 20. i> TnJ hi The Wisard of trtibble turning in some great perform."" %  • and making goal scoring an ensy job for his colleagues. His %  peed otT the mark is amazing %  nul already several full-back-. %  Im ire (" no iiir.,11 UOUCb' luve been made to look lik ises. t in u,,. 1 arm. MnUhawi > anno ba left out of the raokonbii ("i placa on the K. A. Part. Arfanttna, Ch U and i'i ugua) next May. This is a lour that England hava got to win. The stigmi 4* i&uiuwwk jfecordi DOLUR SALE CALYPSOS In a t'alabaah Laat train to Han Jernando I don't want no woman Brown Skin (lal Wash Pan Waah Jamaica llurrlcanr I iol JOU under my skin Klteh's Bebop Prett> Woman Von are mv lueky star Local players are | at ion for eanlna tour 1 hegiti bi-weekly practical al In %  the month. K ln $13.05 yd. A Lame Assortment of Stripes and Fancy Designs in lllue. Gray and Pawn $12.91. S1I.M. $11.58 yd. PIN STRIPE SERGE in Navy, Brown and Black si:' on. sx 5t; yd. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 6t 13 BROAD STREET but their turn will Haantlma n fixture against tho Rngiand 'B' ieam miaht keei; them happy. Pompey May Fight Turpin \H ANDI I'tiMI'KY, West na . %  tha next opponent fO| Randolph Turpln. former world middle^ veiglit champion, An offa) b) ^ I^ndnn promoter Jack Solomon? feat, isome'" K, BoUth Adua's George more care-free apthing that still rankles al UmAflaakj lo ligh: Ttirpin for the port might bebatLister Gate, the headquarters of '-"'Pire title was not con-iderrd lie Football Association. Ever. Miincientl.v big. .So Solomons has he balm of the close-aeason now-turned to Pompey who is due rtatartM over Austria and Swltz, *"' k '""" a holiday in the West irland .1 as nothing eompareil Indies on Septemoer 26. lie will humihalu.ii which WM .eonsider whathei .1 It) toy* TONY BETTINHAUSCN, hoiW*' of "•• o-fipa *afic **mob,/, ai.or.af.on 'Mfd wilt. • mopt rwd-o .ir> r .i in 1951. # ty equipping thtir cam with dspandable Championi, racing tn.n hno thsy will gel the last ounce of power ovt of svtry dropoMuel. If you're not getting oil Ihs powtr yoo'ra paying (or, •• your Champion dealsr. Whatever make of car ysu own, a now ml of full-fiiing Chompton Spark Plug, will d-l.vrr lh full powor bulk into your engine. First on land, on son, in tha air— Ol K LARGE STttCKS OF .. BUILDING MATERIALS PITCH PIKE in (he following alien: 1X0 1| I 0 2 X T 3X4 1x8 11 X 8 2X4 3X6 1 x 10 1| X 10 2X6 3X8 I x 12 2 X 10 2x8 2 X 18 4x4 4X6 DOUGLAS FIR iu the follow! II v alias: — 12 12 OAi.v'ANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS (1A1.VANIHH1) RIDOING GALVANISED PAVK OUTTERB DOWN PIPE RED a BUFF colorcrelc reniont. WHITE BNOWCRETE CUMENT Phone 4267 Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. foil when A met u-a Wat the %  i toecer by one goal to nil II v...-, .. defeat thai prol>al)l\ would not and eould not h:rt been repeated in another doren tlempU. But the point is (hat it nfi Ini i hi Ii iK-'l BRADSHAW & CO. %  run-fettli %  and tha closed % %  r. chm Sir Stanley Rous, Se-retar>' >' the F.A.. spent the last week-en in I'liiiun-il on F.I.F.A Itu.-mAt a guess, he also discussed with 'i'n:uguese F.A., their proposal that the Bnjtland PME should play a match m I. >hoti %  their way to South America. The Portuguese an atixmn-. thai thev should be given . gan I against (he fuU-strotit>th English IntamaUonal team. Bui they mi'V Uunlucky. While such a match would be | Cood tone-up for the following He Will t attempt,.., lo equal Sg-^S SJSLMEtaS ,!,' ih. mi .,f II. i, JAWS !::*,'",i T ,:;' 1 i"^ 1 "" ,v,^'."'* n d i^!;; ."JLV.".,..^" 1 "' : "''"'"•" Amwfc. w.th on. or i, mill IIAby .I94TI ,.l MnnilK ,,I JV ,T> out of action Opm" ..no nmtch ply lillf n ,danitcr of too much fool,11 has also to be toOMrtcied. Tli.Locke is drawn in the %  •coiwt Knglfh tem wii' be i.poin round against HKKN.\KII PR!.,,., ., ,., „elli..K season of *? \\ • %  have rtronchltli polton •KTiliiion at a ramuui dor lor—eti lataa lhrouh t h blood, nulcklr •ina Hi* atiACka Th. v#ry nr*4 da* < kifl •iranarl.tin mu^u* la diaaolvfd. Ihua <"ui( Or*. *aiv br*alhiini and fi '.HgNDACO uM-ia at I.I-AI and ix rnlirtlr fro* from Asthma and II, U I. V;I:NI>ACO I > h .ll.iai) rrathlnr la I* h >'.*,-,',-,-,','-',*-*-W,',*,*^*--.'---*,*-*,-,',',',•>• %  ,'**,*, MAFFEI MADE SUIT •r ntrm., i.,h on raturn ol amply L-. ..is'iel'MKMiACO liom >our Cbamlii Tha guarant*. paoiacu *•• FILM SHOW AT THE BARBADOS AQUATIC (It'll (Local and Visiting Member. Only) 1 Through the courtesy of the British Council there will be a FILM SHOW in the BallIOS.H.III ... at. It* The Programme includes BRITISH NEWS HOUSE OF WINDSOR (The Roval Family) CAMBRIDOF. UNIVERSITY COUNTRY TOWN COLOUR IN CLAY (Pottery Making) Members are fordlalb Invited No Visit to Barbados is com plete without visiting th famous terrace of CACIAIANl V.iliillllM, Here sitting over tha sea. In all the breezes that blow. you can drink its famour Planters Punch — or have I.INCH—TEA—or DINNI k or TEA or COFFEE at II a.m. After a ho: shopping spoil Bus or Taxi to (AfRABANK and bring your costume for n swim to enjoy its coolness. Ask for a leaflet of rate*. and look at its rooms. Parties for Lunch and Dinner arranged. Dinlns Room on Terrace %  el-phone 814K and Mil. Oiort ride fratm Tnwni rlooking and commanding the whole of



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PAE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1IS2 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELCPHONI I*OS %  M IH.U SALES HI BLH \irnm M %  '."--< FOR SALE and MM rtr-ry fTteenll •• %  %  I %  Trial* ad Saper. BSafaSfafl .j •*• %  II M kg IN MFMOKl*N ,-.. xi'OI f <' appaif-.) ".a* aUBl V %  A %  HI mv belt* r BeatiKc fcanall. d ISM Mar -"• -*i n peer* AUTOMOTIVE •TDJORD COMMmClAL VEHirij* lu.t reea.ved • near thlpenent Including 1 ta J. t tan Trucks. Vane PlckuM Courleey Onir Dial Mlt 11 ff M-*a IJULJIINU ti Wh Keck U4 oad Apply Mr Hulehli x.n Uanneld. Solicitor. anuae Dial Ml* CAM — HlUn-nn <*rl\an Onlg dona Mm K>li MM rAft—On* Morn* Oaford. IMP modal. Mileage' ItOOB In ricrUenl Condltloa. Applr Mr Coraan. M3S Office.Syfr Mom*. r A Fi on. rord Owner driven ..a* Owner bought na "riBUlii OXFOBn IM Model In .rrii.nl riap ia na. l too M Dial MM ii %  ts—an I *H HIM HOUSES MORRIS OXFORD 1PM MODEL hen IMP mile* Owner bc-ught ar Dial Cou'te7 (iaragr Ml M t Uu.band* SlandlaeL *i Jam*. Ctrt BUI. SI 1 11.P JV-t CULDt'Nr r,lll.*aa. Bt iO* %  fJedra-oen.. far Oatee**. Ka-ra* nee-ember 1PU I-hone ttlO atr M TROITC-Ofve Bedford Truck .1 "odel Ptceenlt* re-cam <11 Ur onlainlni t badroonM upntalra, loli and kPth upaMlta aad down>dalri darli. "<" aid trlapAatw, Pnp Pwer i h>kh*n gardeni and ocha.d acraa c it and I act* of potatoes. Inanictl i day ncepl dunday Apply t W m on prmniaal 13 t 11-. T. VI.VCTRU M irvrsTOCK PUPPtEl Dobertruiiu.-PinK.nei Pee |,>-d p „ki ol. A 'I. n." iopp 5-a View CiueM Hi... Oairpaim 11 %  U -tn KINNoL-l." .1 HANK BALL MATN ROAD. *i oorner of minac* U* Y. wood l^rdi lUInt Michaal. aUndind I* JtJ aquara faM ol land, a pan %  • h.eh la uaad aa an orehard Tha DwflUnpheuia contain, G.li. T*winp and Dining rooma. Braaki 04*jn. 1 badroofni II with die.. "m and mnnlnp waleri — Pantry ai Kitcnan Ac and uaual inmaiilpin Tiimanl waler and electricity ht-i darvanu room In Yard. Inapactlon on application to Ihc TanMr Cnaa Plaid. Tha froparty will ba aat up lor > y Public Compatliion at oyr Of. .lame. §Kr*t. Rilddatown. on Friday V iMptrtnbar at 3pm. YEARWOOD BOY' Sollillon 10 P W--! !• %  I OFFICES %  •jf RnlUimp III Available ticn lluute A Co 1IH T^P FLOOR Rynaaopua BulMlnd. ..aj Jama. Sireal flultabl* lor fTlcaa. Oiound Flour lananlad by Baibadoa Turl Club. Apply HutrhliMpn A HaniVId. fUeltMi. DUl PtHT. 1*3Sn. MISCELLANEOUS MFCHANICAL BaCVCIMP_ 11tlh#-w W*fa r a, I lenl condition At Nawapm'a. I. %  '•ad It. IT I NOTICE TNT hll-M... IIFP Al MV, | MM |. ,, IX)T POLICY Ttaath* Olbba havln* pap, %  Ina -.ma WVplr-f gpaj i •.. %  %5ntr^ : r GOVERNMENT NOTICES RIDIFK SIOS SERVICE UOENCC8 %  reminded that licences for Rev.ifluj CFHC1AL NOTICE .BARBADOS IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY la pumiaat' -f tha Chancery Ac^ ISM I do rc-eta* Plva .loCca loall RCCffiVCTs I navlnd or clataa.nd any Mitt, npM or trtarc.t or anj Uan or toaAia PJaTPaMP^ am iKfitina 'ha |nii|iMI> %  PIPBMnPa' PPPpjOp ad. Dap piuprrry of law Di r* noani. must be renewed by the JOth September at the PuWlc Tresiury by bmwj hMura mm an accouni ol ta*ir WIIBP*.*.. donpnpnu Youcratn M b* anminrd by mm on nay Ti presentiiii 'tie licence and payingin* fee or five •.hillings. -2n. taSt u ortlar that au< NOTICE PAP.lo.lia OF PT AKDIIff A opl ic.tI*>n* (or th* vacant poata nf aaton. M at Saviour, cnapal and at %  rna HI b* racaivpd by Ih* WtdneadaSajd 34th ItaPtapni rrtamtpnad up 1. Salary •> %  op at Hearth rarrifuMtai laa Rapt Applie ih • .II.. I I AIAN SKINWF.R. rv Cleik. St Andre-* It S •! NOTICE "HILLRItaT* URAKMF. BALL IIU.H I i ini-i t ni at-H The laatdenca lately <^cupiad by at. Thi i %  Batata M IUMI Ml lAWMIII DBAR NOTITR i. hereh. alven that a> pararvna hmnng any dabt or claiT> %  r.lrrl or affactlnr tha aatata ol Wm"-d Lawrpaea Daar. decaaiad. lat* of llir.fl.. bni> Road In Oi* pariah of Paint Michael In IhM bland, who died In of irno Ore yaar IS33 B-tettote. nr* pa> guritad to aand In nartlcilara of their claim, duly .tte.tad to Oi* undaralBPad tKHA JOYCE FOSriSR. Mniliilr.ku of Uta Mid eatata. Co B S NleH-ll. A Co. Solklton. No 131 1SS Roebuck Slicet. Bridgetown, on or bafo.e • 31 •< d of Oe'obar 1SS3 ft-r prnkrl data I 'iall paocaad to dMrlbute 'h< .-riela of tha decea.c among tha %  •''' %  • %  i-l lli'ed tharitn havirip rag-ird only In 'iicti c'atm* nf h" 1 IhaiB ,1,-t notice ind 1 wl'l ret l< tha iiffw %  •' any part that rot ao d.tthbutad to any panon cat wh< r--ni c, ZBM I thall MS th n hava hd And all patuon. Indabtad W Uu •ai'* P.iat* are reauaalad to aattlp Ui*li,e-bled..e*. without delay. lA"H-\ JOYCr. lOSTEH. Admlnhrtratrl'* ol HKITI-H .(II Mil SCHOLARSHIP IffU/M I Applications are invited for a British Council Scholarship for study in the United Kingdom during the academic year I95S/S4. %  2. These schDlarships are primarily intended for men and women twasta ^5 and 35 years of age) who are university' (Yaduates oi luv equivalent professional qualifications. AppllcarAOwWrir, IH: considered from candidates requiring less! Academic courseinvolving attachment to industrial firms, hospital ; id non-academic institutions J. The gram of a scholarship normally provides for Kteamshiu fares to an<| from the United Kingdom, necessary travel, course fee-. Bi u-Kt-boua:. and subsistence allowance in the Unite I Kingdom 4. Application form* and further information may be obtained from the British Council. "Wakeneld", White Park. Bridgetown, to whom completed application forms should be returned before 31:' October, 1952. 5. Final selection will be made by the British Council in London from among candidates recommended by the Representative in Barbados advised by a local ".election committee. 17.9.52—3n. Public Building*. auch elalaaa may Uiaraof rMpaeuvely. any daere* and ba BTUna batata by B>NA oarnlA SROOMI hi. Att.n on record In Ihla lUnd. I KOPEHTV ALU THAT Certain i.irra or paecal of land M u ll M Sa> Map %  la Uta pari.h of Saint Patar and uland abiaaaali aoatalaiaa by admaaauremant f>a. Rood Thirteen Parah— or taaraabouU (of watch area Siaht ruaatl form part of aa abandoned PuMM Baadi a Put Had and baundlnd landi of Bra Mrna Plantaiiwi on the Saaahoia on laadt of ateeaia. R. A __ aad 1 o^lock in a. aftarnaan at tha nrlgaa.it'a, baaara Uia Stn day of ff oy tabar ha rap. rtaO on and ranked acordina" to Ih. na —. ..tharwla* each ratwat .ll be prasluded rrsta the banafli Q Challanor Ltd. and an th* Public Boad ar how abul and bound lagcthci and all otf built i I'-*luighouaa taaraon and erection, on laa Mid parcel pi land aractad and itandlns and bain* with the appurtenance! BUI Fllad l*Ul July. IM H WILLIAMS. Dated 3nd Sapiember. IMS Heinu-.r-tn-Chancai' OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IN inr t mt ui IIIAMHI In p.nuance of the Chanaerv Act. 1SOS I do hereby give nolle* to nil paraona having or claiming aar* aatate. tigbl or Intereat or any lien or tnrumbrpnea In • r (T.*Uni lha ptoparly hpramafteT menlionad Uir proparr. of 1M dclendaat W bring hef-jit ma an SveoSnt of their claim, with than wltneaa—. documrata and vattcb. % %  • to be '.amlned by a* on any Tuc-day ar Frtdav between lha houra of II ruI -Id 9 O'CWCS in th* afternoon at the ItcglatiatMm OnVa. Public Build, UP. Bridt— to-n. btforc the 1IU day of October. Ita3 In order that auch claim, mair rap—ted on and ranked according to lha nature and prlorttv thaieot ct h atwlaa auch paraona wUl bi aapjtrag OHa? Ill HOMItr.H Tnurlet rrcla Th'ea Speed Practically Agariy J Taylor. Wanton Dayrell'. T^-PFWRVTrTR On* C.ori. Eephyr portab-e Trpewrltar in aound condliion. ie apply "Offtca Bqulpmenl F-II. MISCELI.ANKOUS %  Fjirly book.. Map*. / granhi etc at Oorringe. Antique ^Irp ddloming Royal Yacht Club s s at—t I RIFLE, alth • ... nd MJ %  ... nd 1 pure btad Pullrli t V?!lt* "LtUlr Baiuly."' | I.....I,I %  %  %  t. PpiCT Ifl.t 3J-3B CASI "A ASvaaata < b.iaiaaaa t •• |„mp o aalhi ..nd toilet.. pai..i> i-lcheti ind llor-room Built-in %  Ip ina'da are a taalura of the caret* net I In tha ba*emM there are a • i ooan. gai-g* for two era, work-rvc.r,d large cLr. Th*rIM Ihrea aarvanta' rooma. aa-vanta b^i and li'ik-l and a fowl houae Tha lavr. jr.J ground! ar* Wall laid Olll with fu riUig Intel and thruba and the wb • %  properly ! in akcellanl irpolr and r.i(.llion Tha underalgned will offer Uta pram m it tale by public auction al I o 17. High Sireal. Bridgetown i Fna-v ih* a PARWW OBEY-r-hniea ..| two ahadas ,il two Qialllle. S3 M A S3 11 Limited Tb.ni faro* pr Wm Boa* Dial IMA IT f V-_t BB >ow to the %  Pal r Telerrapk r r , Brrt ', lading Dally N< papar now anialng M Barb* it ai brr r only a f* davt aft-r pvhl'> ltar l-ondor r,-tael l-n Ha'a <-'n A V cita Co. ltd. Loaal •JCHK-K INJTXTOR BIADES I •n.-iolh ihavei Pack>g-> of fata and II v.-limited atoch* Oat vouri .rl KNIGHTS LTD 11 S %  %  i% %  m.r r.\Ti ush 1UCTION _. included from tha benaflta f nil claim, on or agaln.t lh* aald proparty PlalaUffi LINDSAY EBCU. nYFJBURN OHJ. decrea and Edmund Lawrance D*i rlec.aieJ JS I S3 tr NOTICE I TaTg HATIOB OF BARBADO* 1 paopta aea apacUUy Invited, to atUnd. and to hear. -Ml" *'\^ t „ '* attabliabing af a '^^„ Brto *J-,? !" King %  • a wrtneM ^ leader. and saeamandlY. Tb Tha Nat on. the lniarprc!uon af Th* Vioon aHM ba parfarmad ... e,pl.T^d b, A I lie-'M. Wr "_';' • SL Jo**!*, on the 10th d-v of.iVptam '1PSS at ahatp 4pm Tb tha wor.d I intafaaL d" -M f*U !:*:.% %  • %  NOTICE Ml|.l*WaW ^wK|>*s daaaaard NOTICE IS HEREBY O !" **?", l lara ... ha ." %  i, and cyni qualirlad *eeut< i % %  CaUocd A 1 have ba-n In.trucled by ihc < %  e*kmri oi Palica to Mil at Camr Station on Monday, the Ebid SV-pici I • a| 1pm Ilia (ollowing itaata;— • Ii OoU Wrlat Watch, Oi Crxan Brown Shut. B %  gikty gallon Nf Uiui... .ii bilvariown Tyn lOoodikl wiih Tuba. 'l Nlckl* pUtad W Walch lOantai One place of F.o-.-rl I'lb-ti lie P ClPtl Kill TORCHES Unbreakable, watoru.o f Ttirche. Two cell, a * vt each T r ceil t, Bntrith O W HUTC1IIK8I A CO LTD It* to i quantity of Old Lead and acrap at.iaV of inlate.t CUTT_ A U e M g eS Ml Dial "A %  II • H-Jp \T.LVaT 'Uil'Iiii ...orted cn'oum All .ive h Wm Henry Street aawUghl*...* Thaiii in.. IT t BI 3' BIt III nomoinaii Ud Offic fltl.i !l Hill to aell at hii houaa ll Tl Ho^d on Thuraday n*t IBtri bagi tPI al 13 30 all tha under %  Savaral S ft golvanira ahatit. at" ow*. galvania* biicketa. %  luck, with nob*. Mucapana. Will' fail canlera. iarg* miking c.uck. HIM ea.ka. 1 Plillllpa radio* IS A 1 luba.1 i Vigour Restored. Glands Made Younu Ii 24 Hours It at p* %  aSattr neaaaaary ta w-~ **?-, m-Buk „ Htj'n,, A.liv M krrp %  turn olicay* hm> Ay ppy Co-'. ppy ha iy Sur* Sigp Mr. Therm it in th. rad DANCING CUSS! i-S Will Bt I • 19ih cril | ,v Mth ft :' „ l(X)L OF DANCINH 18.952i liurriianr Prruoii'n HIM .NO. 18 %  i ,. ,n. i i t tnc inn. T of attaaaa v. It. High Straat. Brldi.* balora tha lath day %  'nbt'r 1SSS PfUr which data O.",""" ,rd Slanlay Boblnt ... and ,... proceed to the M**tt "1 the daeaaaad arn^ %  ii. t .niiilaO laaieto n v i ,;; "b,^iiabi. for ih -a-" .•'' umieaf to a|rtr!bi-t-l to •"„P er *"' SKJTeSl of claim tiwy ab-11 l^ Aad 10 BtS ' %  %  ut* art rlinteuraea altnout dtuv paled inia llth day af Sapi PUtEft CLYDE IIARC adiiie.nur' l Abutting and bounUjig lT.:. | FDtST AIL THAT cartatn place or pare in tha parlih of Saint John in OiU lali man* Or* acre tan parct' i ". UawaaU' SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS £ %  -'••••*-"""" %  ••" •* r STEAMSHIP CO. •HUM. FBOM n tun 'J X •VTSTOR. isth September. 1**M %  BONAIRE, 3rd October. ISSS SATUNO TO gl'BOPI M S WIIAJTSSBTAD, TUt Octobar. IftU Mi l*-i. TO tUNIUAD. %  \l: \M Milli.i AMB RA1T1SB UtIANA S COTTICA. ISnd Seplembrr. ISU I S HaVTon 3rd Octobar, 1MB I B BONAIKK. mth Octobar ISSS AI UNO TO TBTNTDAD AND CVBACAO I fj M S HEBMIUA. 13th October. 1SS1 j P MI --ON SON a CO LTD M aDa>ee>oreja>OCCtC-.'r->0'X.->'' Tha M V • MONPKA will accept Cargo and Paaaenaera for Dominica, Antigua. Monuerjat. N*vl. and SI Kill.. Sailing rnSay IBth uurt Tha M V CAItlUB**. • all Dominic*, A Navta and 81 (lav th Mat IWl SOBOOMSS OSNflf AaaootATioN fta*aV) CaaaMae*. Tele Na (Ml Canadian Nalinn.il Steamships Road or howevar alaa Uw iuM tuy abut and mailing, of dwaUlngbiuaa .md all and dngular otnar th erect. o,„ on lha aald lar.d erected and bulll f*a P <* n g a Ihc appurtenance. AND SECONDLY ALL THAT ccrtaiu q| land alao altuala al SMly Hall In the Mid p MaSlJf thii Iiland coatalalag o acraa or tbaraabouu Abutting n to -iflM on lat-M •! Palniata Plantolion on land i no a Mr. Bell and cm Ui* put He road or however alaa lha %  and bound. Rill filed 3Sth May. ISM i-tod isih wltk u* bulldln KJ being Wil i leca or pare! FUlnt John i Hkl Iloundu i or lata of o. i <„, mv al %  11 WUUAM1. RagUtrar-In-C i^j. .> c* i %  AMMa P I OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY In pureuance of tha Chancery Aci. ISO* I do hereby give IN 'v r r,c^hMa^ra^l^ad"lh? pj-PeV rf 'fi t t it mm Dm* before ma an accouul of their clalma wlUt Ihelr wltm voucbera 1" bf> ekamlnod bj m.on anTUeaday 11 noon t"<\ ftemoon al the Hag, BndgHown. b-dora tha Bin day of Noacrnbi i ..n and Olberwiac auch pen 4 all cla In ,nHad according t it U PUlnUff I.YR1 lielr.J.at — ail Ml I THAT certain (nei M M Friday balwaen lh* noun allon OfTWe. Public Hulldi Ifajg In order thai -uih ctaUn* i nature and prlorlly thereof reapeetivi>i>. rm the bcncSbi of any decree and Da aid proparty. nnrcr. HHOOKS \ the pariah I fej pj paaj I Saint IBNBSTTNK CVUSWB Of parcel of land aitual I .nd I.laad of Barbadoi bound Da*jM tow T.igatbei w: and all nUli itandniB and being BUI rilad 3th AuguM r tfafa Dated (nd September '*^ n Codrinai' bovaaaU pa A butUug a, larli ot arnvl Jamai Caddie ol on* Ford of Alfrad i the Public Road, ,.r bowavae alt* Ow %  **_ %  nay_ba_buli I lha meeauage or <1 weUlnabouae llurraoa • Liuidln*' and erac'lon* on the 'aid lam BOCTBBOCMD 1Ary\' RODNEY CANADIAN cl(A!J iNOU. LADY SKI .SON HOaTTItBOL-ND CANADaAN CONSTBUCTOR LAL-Y RODNEY CANADIAN CaaAlXaWOaal LADY NELSON tftept. ii Sept B Sept • S.-I 18 Stilt Sept. • f*ert la Sept. It Seat 34 Sept. St Sapi. It Sept. • OcL 1 Oct. Arrive* MM. AM..-. BeatoB Mallfaa Meairrai it Sept 3 Oct II OeL IS tcL IS Oat. II Oct. It Oct. 30 Oct 11 (M • Mov. Far fBftAir piriiiiiin. applr ta— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A*enU. ^HARRISON LINE %  OUTWARD FROM THF I NTTFD KINCDOM 8£. "PLANT EH OB. "COLONIAI." S.S "HIBTORIAN'• S.S. BfRMONT" From London IJvexponl Glasgow and Liverpool London 4fh Sept. 13th Stpt. 2flth Sept 4th Oct. 17th Ser 1st Oct. 10th Oct 17th Oct. . lYfOL DI*TPNH I a lialUHr'l I %  1 %  IIJ.1CXNT HAWKINS. decenM tyfYa'*' Ffyf -TOUCHES YW/ OFFICIAL NOTICE IN TBS COIBT OF CPANCgBY f the rhanrery Ai-l IHOS I do hereby l righl < i notice In all i f IlKU I In IlAtUJADOO In puraiin !" Iicting^he 0 pro l p*rty r *hat^^ propcr'tv of iba datendant to b; MM me an -o-ount of Ihelr claim, wilh Ihalr wltrtcaaca, docui.ic.ta and vouch( wTtMnUMO, me on nny Tual-> or hint' between lhhour* of II n ;; tnd13 "loch in th* afternoon al Ihc llogl.UaUon OSRca. Pubi^BulWing' BM | f !" .ied W on^.rf%ank ^ a c^dlng to UM ri-turo and tta?clt y .t*MS< o| '?* ? u v'! ..tlinaiia inch patmni "111 ba precluded from th* benarlt* ol any decra* and deprived of all claim* on or agaimt Ihc MM property PlaintlnV SXMON ALTafAN Defendant LOUIS SI'BISMAN A 1.1. THAT cartatn m*auB" or *Ioia together *llh the land whore, ihc iam atandi c-nUmuig by admoaurrment l.ttt aauar* feet ba tn.| leaa Mtuatr in Swan Straat in th* Clfcy cl iiridgafi ic.i." laia.-.d UutUng and Bounding on landa i*_ f^crnlaaa now late of W B Oall on Buab. a Allay and < bowav.. elae the aame ma?, but and bound mil Filed I3U> May. ISSS. :iei.. I lath Auguat. ISSS ROMTiVARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM Vftssasl Fee "SCHOLAR" "CROFTER" '. Uver^ool Clases la aUrb-Mlt13th Sept 27th Sept. For further Infurmatlrm. ripply to . DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Afta-afc C ,E 6 lE TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND OF GRASSE Sailing September 3rd. 195Z Calling at Trinidad. La Caslra. Curacao. Cartagena usd JsrBaUoa. i oi OMHIK Sailing September Z4tb. 19St CslliDE St Trinidad. La f.u.ilr*. CaraeaO, Cartagrn.i sad A STORM— If of the stunt pa.aet d.rectl. will be a lull In the Ml .-.tii:: for a few minui to half sn hour. Slay In safe place. Make etnrrgen. nil. but rcmembe the wind will sUrt up I mi* with greater vlo1-nre from thr oppotlte direction. 16.8 M—2n. emely well kept 4 bt ui house of modem d Combinntion living >• I dining room. I kltchi'i gi i Itooni. Toilet .i nth. Lovely veranditi :it: the tea to which '.. ia :i i ight of way. 2 servn' %  : wru uln.-li i coin tarred. Will laid i IS, 55.573 ftquarg f Bdns Eckstein. Phono 8213. For Bale hy ,.i.l.ln auction on Friday 19th at 1.S0 p.m. at the office of the anderttgned from whnm farther partlrular mar be obtained NORTHBOUND DE GRASSE falling September 16th. 1*52 Calling at Sosth-imptun and Le Havre COLO MB IE Sailing October 5th. 1952 Calling at Msrtlnio.Be, Dominica. Ouadrloupe. Son ton snd Le Harre. R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AjienU PHONE 3814 NOOOoa>l3t>> t a^aaiaJCaVOO>C>f>eae^ tWO **** -j HI I'.I'.K l\K 1'liK Al IIIIN HINT NO. M ^ FALLING TREES are very likely to disrupt the Electric Supply. Keep a couple of Hurricane Lanterns nllcd with • oil and a box of Matches in a bandy place. All these are obtainable at . L CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Hi iail A Tailur Street. ^ocy^v.*o^-^vvy-A> o o oo oooo o oot^< > ocoe>o>.^ %  Our Modern and Up-vtrile Gas and Service Station ll near completion and '.."ill be opened in Oclobei Now is the opportunity for you to PL'Rl'l Si: SHARES and prom on every fall i of Gas you use Our Coin pany paid dividends from the first year of business Donl miss this opportunitv to INVEST VOUR SAVINGS a profitable concern Karn while you Save. Buv ine-Doll.r Shares to^lay. S M. Hill I ^ A CO.. %  •Ilelten. 1(1/15! It.eb.ck street. Phone JK5. SELF-HELP ENTERPRISES Twccdside Road. St. Michnel LTD J K T. BRAN Chairman of Board LLOYD SMITH, M.C r K Xfiniping Director Dial — Day 3I5K NIpV 2139 — 15-277 MOTOR CARS ON' HIRE DAY OR NIGHT Among* tyres—.a champion of champions! Tested and proved hy millions of miles of service over all kinds of roads—lluonly lyres made that are Safeiv-Proved on the speedway for your protection on the highway. Charles Me Enearney & Co., Ltd. SCHOOL SUPPLIES grm TIME YOMJ ORDER TMMESE:— Ezerdss Books. Drawing Btokt. Foolscap Pencil*. Pencil Boxes Coloured Pandls. Pilnt Boxen. Ink. Bhsrpsnert. Brasses. Rolen. Oeometry Bet*. Slate-. ThermoFlaskt and Pla*t!c • mmm Obtainable from . BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. (THE HOUSE. FOR BARGAINS) No. II Swan St. Phone 2109. 4406, 3534