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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts 10 0 an
Meeting of the Housing Board 10 00
Caladium Show at Whitcha!!
St. Peter 12 noon
First, Intermedidte and Sccond
Division cricket matches at
var.ous grounds
B.R.A. Rifle Shoot at Govern-



1.09 p.m

ment Rifle range 1.00 p.m
Extra Mural Show at British
Council, Whitepark 8.15 p.m



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

sind the Good that I can do,

resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

U.S. Will Enter
Indo-China War
Malik Charges

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Sept. 19.
THE Security Council rejected ten to zero the Soviet

draft resolution calling for

admission of the “democratic

Pav badros



From All Quarters:



Communist

‘Like Workers

republic of Vietnam. United States delegate Warren Austin |
said he voted against Malik’s resolution because the “dem-
ocratic republic of Vietnam is simply a name given by

Vietminh to their rebellion
5.41 p.m. G.M.T.

The Soviet Union also cast three —

consecutive vetoes in the Security
Council to kill the membership
applications of Cambodia,
and Vietnam.

The Soviet Union accused the|
United States of planning to in-|
tervene directly in the Indo-,
Chinese civil war. Jacob Malik
told the Security Council “ihe
United States ruling circles at-|
tempt to set up a pretext for an
open and flagrant intervention by
United States forces in Vietnam.”
Malik said that the pretext is th
French-American effort to obtair.
United Nations membership fo-
Cambedia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Therefore, the Soviet dip omat
added, Russia will veto the three
applications.

Another Korea

Malik said that the United
States plans to juse the same
methods in Indo-China as in
Korea. “This colonial adventure
would be covered up by the}
United Nations’ flag.” Malik ar-
gued for the admission of the
Red controlled Vietnamese regim2
which is described by the Rus-
gians as the “Democratic Repub-
lic of Vietnam.

Malik said: “French and Amer-
ican masters of these puppets have
taken extraordinary measures,
including the unusual method of
sponsoring their United Nations
applications. Last March, Secre-
tary of State Acheson was com-
pelled to recognize that the situ-
ation in Indo-China is very
serious, and called on the French
general command to set up native
forces in Vietnam.” Malik then
anoted a statement before the
House of Representatives’ Foreign
Affairs Committee by Defence
Secretary Robert Lovett that the
cessation of hostilities in Indo-
China would free 10 to 15 divi-
sions that could be used in Eu-
rope.

Malik said: “This is why Ach2-
6on has asked to set up native
forces in Vietnam. This is why
France has placed their member-
ship applications before the Secu-
rity Counci', In the light of these
facts it is easy to understand this
plot about setting uc puppets in
Indo-China and getting into the |
United Nations. United States
ruling circles attempt to set uD
a pretext for an open and fla-
grant intervention by United
States forces in Vietnam.”

Malik devoted a large portion
of his 30-minute speech to state-

.” The Council adjourned at

“Troops Guard |

Al Khoury’s

Residence

BEIRUT, Sept. 19 {

A strong detachment of gov-
ernment troops stood guard
around the summer residence at
Aley where ousted President Bes-
hara Al Khourv retired
yesterday's bloodless coup.

Guards posted as Parliamentary
Opposition Lesder) démandea 2
swift investigation of the alleged
corruption in the Al Khoury
regime and government guarantees
that the deposed President would
not te premitted to leave the
country.

Kelstives of Al Khoury said he
was taken completely by surprise

| by the chain of events culminat,

ing in General Fuad Shehah’s
@ssumption of pover as premier
and sfrong man,

“Al Khoury counted on his grip
on the army up to the last
minute’ one relative said. “He
never thought the army would
1efuse his request to quell
demonstrations in the streets,”

—U-P.

Lebanon. Can
Become A “True
Democracy”’

PARIS, Sept. 19.

Commenting on yesterday’s
coup d'etat in Lebanon, the Con-
servative “Ce Matin le Mayes”
said that Lebanon cannot be
compared with the other Middle
Eastern countries, It said: “Its
population is in general well off
and, thanks to the admirable
work of the French schools, the
illiteracy rate is hardly



after,

15 per |





cent. There is no religious fanati-|

eism for profiteers to exploit
either, The Moslems are in the
minority.”

“Everything seems to indicate,
then, that Lebanon, which is al-
ready a republic, can easily be-
come a true democracy when the
corrupt regime put into power

by the resigned President is wiped! on,

‘
|



|

Berlin: Dolls are to lose their
“sweetly angelic look”, say
Communist orders given’ to
East German toy manufactur-
ers. Instead, they must be
“realistic” and preferably
dressed in working clothes and
tractor overalls,

Cape Town: Johannesburg's
lights and smoke are obscur-
ing the view of the milky way,
so that the ten-inch photo-
graphic telescope of the Union
Observatory is being moved
out of the city, The growth of
tall buildings nearby is another
reason for the shift, said Dr.

Van Den Box, the Union as-
tronomer.
Telaviv. Premier Ben Gurien

has ordered an official inquiry
to be opened to discover why
Israel athletes at the Olympic
Games did so badly.

Berlin: Sunday work, without
extra pay, is being introduced
at the Communist-run East
Grrmin_ Riesa steelworks to
produce extra steel for the re-
armament drive. The eight
thousand workers, who pro-
tested, were told that the
measure was dictated “im de-
fence of peace and not to
amass capitalistic profits.”

Cape Town: Being drunk in
charge of a donkey cart earn-

ed the driver Jacob Louw a Was no official indication so far,

SATURDAY

| Egypt Asks
For ‘Arms

LONDON, Sept. 19.
The Britinn Foreign Office stated
jon Friday that it has received a
formal request from Egypt for
arms and supplies. The Egyptian
request is being “studied,” a
Foreign Office spokesman added.
The request was made to Brit-

ish ambassador in Cairo, Sir
Ralph Stevenson two days ago
and received at the Foreign

Office in London yesterday, The
arms requested by Egypt include

some which have been contract- |

Britain offered earlier this.week
to send teehimical experts to Egypt
'to help’ General Mohammed
'\Naguib’s government with its
projected agrarian reforms. There



| U.N. Security Council Reject.
~ Resolution On Vietminh 10-0

| plies, said yesterday,

Dolls To Look And Supplies



1952



—



New Prices For \'
Previsions Ga |

Inte Ferce Now

The increase in the ||
prices of ground provisions | |
\| Concerning which a notice |
|] was published in Thurs.

j day's Newspaper took im.
|| mediate effect, Mr. F A
Bishop, Controller of Sup-

Spect of eddoes and yams
“are current dates’, he said,
and ‘are applicable to any
year.” ‘

The dates given in re- |



Sialin Wants
To Avoid

Provocation

LONDON, Sept, 19.

recent discussion that
he had on the interview with
Neni in Italy, Crossman said that |
Ne»i told him that the
reports of the Stalin
were “quite untrue,”

earlier
interview

Advocate

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YESTERDAY'S "

Rainfall from Codrir

Total Rainfall for the méfittr> > —_
and 41 parts ,

Highest Temperature

Lowest Temperature

Wind Velocity

Baromter









84.5 °R

“4.5 °F

Six, miles per hour

§ a.m.) 29.920, (3 p.m | 2.836

TO-DAY
Sunrise 515 am
Sunset: ¢.15 p.m
2 : + High Tide: 4.06 a m., 4.25 p.m
PRICE : FIVE CENY’S Low Tide: 10.21 a.m., 6.50. p.m

Truman Will Be Asked

Jews Are |
Celebrating |

New Year

The Jewish
Barbados
Fraticn of
terday

Community in
commenced the
their New Year
evening at 6 o'clock, and
will continue through Sunday
w th ligious services at the resi-
ce of Mr. S. Altman at Hart’s

cele-

yes.

ey

7ap

Bus ness houses and establish-)
nénts administered by Jews will!
be closed throughout to-day |



British Foreign
thony Eden declared on
that the Chinese
come out on the

Secretary An-
Friday
Communists had
bad end of their

To Settle Oil Dispute

<

Ambassador Will
Stress Threat
Of Communism

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.

AUTHOR TATIVE diplomatic sources said on Friday
that the Tranian Ambassador, Allah Yar Saleh, will ap-
peal to Truman next week to make a further effort to settle
the Iranian oil dispute and will also warn him of the in
creasing danger of Communism in Iran. .
They said that Truman has taken the unusual step of
agreeing to hear Saleh explain at length the Iraniar? situ-






cent joint note signed.by Truman
and the British Minister

PRESIDENT TRUMAN Winston Churchill, to the Iranian



Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh,
settle the dispute constituted

ed before the embargo imposed| Soviet Premier Josef. Stalin Exactly nine days after the) ation to him when Saleh presents his letters of credence
by the Britis) Government last|/was quoied as anxious to avoid} “°™Mmencement of the jreligious4) to him early next week.
autumn following clashes in the|any provocative action that] Celebrations, there will be a day| The préfentation of letters of
Suez Canal zone. Arms earlier| might precipitate a shooting war] °! fasting, commencing on the eve credence is wisually purely a
ordered by Egypt but not de-jwith the West, but is prepared | °f the Day of Atonement and con- courtesy ting a few
livered were understood to in-| for 10 to 15 years’ cold war with| ‘mu¥ing through the following) minutes .that Saleh
clude jet planes and tanks anti-Communists in confident an- | “®) | is vi much
The spokesman declined to in-jticipation that the Eastern bloc On Tuivursday night, the Chief of in jis
dicate whether an early decisionjcan stand economic strain better| Rabbi of the Britjsh Empire} 20 pretary
was to be expected. Britain lifted | than the West. The Soviet Mar-] ‘¢livered a Radio Broaccast over} of, hurs-
last month the embargo on the|:>al’s views are contained in al the B.B.C. to members of the, dd ar-
non-operational equipment for | new and allegedly correct version, J¢wish Community all over the ce tterst
Egypt's armed forces including|of the interview he granted the’ World. €
trucks, uniforms and certain spare jItalian pro-Communist Socialist {
parts for arms supplied in recent!jeader Pietro Neni last July al e -. ! oe
years, the Kremlin. Ch O Bad xe ty
Britain also offered to resume] The latest version was reported Ina n ed & w effort
training of Egyptian officers which! »y Richard Crossman who detail- {yy e conjunc-
was interrupted as a result of the]|ed in the current issue of the et-| nd Of Bar a 1 pee ae sh—to settle
deterioration in Anglo-Egyptian | wigg weekly New Statesmen and & ll ‘he oil dispute; sec8ndly, the re-
relations last autumn. Finally'Nasiong a }
BELGRADE, Sept. 19

Crossman is a leftwing labourite

fine of £2 or fourteen days. whether Egypt has taken up any and lieutenant of Aneurin Bevan.

Evidence was that the donkey
was trying to keep to the right
side of the road but Jacob kept
pulling him over to the wrong
side. When stopped by the
police the donkey was stated to
have “looked angry”.
Georgetown, B.G.: Thousands of
children have been turned
away from schools during the
pagt three days because there
is neither accommodation nor
teachers. The situation has

of the recent offers. —U.P



Officials Must
, Awake Earlier

CAIRO, Sept. 19.
Premier General Mohammed
Naguib who gets up early himself
has ordered all government offi- |
,tials to report for duty at 7.30)
a.m,

He warned that late arrivals |
forced the Government to sus-| would be punished and persistent !

pend the law compelling child-| stragglers would be fired, In the Commissioner,

Crossman -—— Neni account
said that Stalin is confident that
Russia can hold its own in the

competitive armament race and

avoid action.”

—U.P.

any provocative

Dos Santos Ooming
For Salary Talks

Sir Errol Dos Santos,
will be



Salaries
visiting

ren between the ages of six past Egyptian government hours Barbados between September 22

and fourteen to attend school.
Vienna : “Locomotive” Emil
Zatopek, Czech running ace

who was attacked as a “prima
donna” by the Czech Minister
of Defence, General Cepicka,

has toed the line, He has
promised not to allow himself
to be “hero-worshipped” any
longer. His reward—promo-
tion to the rank of major in
the Czech Army and award of
the Order of the Czech Repub-
lic for meritorious service to
Czech sport,

Chaplin Barred
From Entering
United States

By DICK WEST.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.
Movie actor, Charlie Chaplin,
e of America’s favourite comed-



|were 8.00 a.m, to 2.00 p.m., but
most officials didn’t show up until
\9.00 a.m. or 10.00 a.m,



Cotton B

|

and September 26 for discussions
and to take verbal evidence in
connection with the review of

UP. wegples of the Civil Service,
ard Try Tc
' Expand World Trade |



BUXTON, England, Sept. 19.
SIR RAYMOND STREAT, Chairman of the British
Cotton Board, presided at the first private session of the

International Cotton

Conference to

consider ways and

means of expanding world trade and at the same time pre-

Over 60 delegates representing the main exporting

countries—the United States, Britain, Japan, India, Hol-

land, France, Belgium, Italy

and West Germany—met this

morning behind closed doors in the Chatsworth Room of
the lush Palace Hotel which is the pride of this famous

t
vent cut throat competition.

watering place in Derbyshire.

inente dnd Meee Ones st jans, but a controversial fi ee eer
; ° ' ’ 3 gure off +
shew that “French-American The left wing non-Communist! the screen, was barred on Frida ‘
ageression in Inde-China is %|“Combat” said: “The seizure of, from returning to the Unites U.S. Ambassadors
failure and that the people of|power in Lebanon by General) states pending Immigration Ser,

To Meet In London

MOSCOW, Sept. 19,
United States
George F. Kennan left by

Vietnam do not sunvort the three; *uad Shebab constitutes a new) vice investigation. Attorney Gen-
“puppet” Governments. —U.P. | phase in the revolution which is;cral James MeGranery ordered

upsetting the Middle East, immigration officials to hold the
FRANCL ACKNOWLEDGES ee Rae Sek | “Tee: heady
ALEMAN’S SUGGESTIONS

The Conservative mass _ cir-| ings” if he seeks to re-enter the
culation “Figarnt” said “the re-| United States,
PARIS, Sept, 19 | semblance between recent events; McGranery gave no reason for
The rench government ack- 19 Cairo and Beirut is obvious.!ihe order saying only “the hear-
nowledged the receipt of sugges-
tions from the Mexican President



plane

of North American diplomats and
State Department officials

It underlines the existence, of a ing will determine whether he is
desire for change that is com-' admissible under the laws of the]. 1"

addition to Kennan



; 2 . mon to most of the countries of United States.” Chaplin sailed|A™bassadors to Great Britain
Sates’ ef wan tale nt nee the Middle East. It is regrettable for England on Wedntsday vith France, Italy and Western
munjom, “The French govern- all the same that this praise- his wife, Oona, and their four|Germany are to meet with top
ment renders homage to the new, Worthy desire for political and children. Mrs. Cnaplin is the State Department officials on
initiative of President Aleman, moral rejuvenation has not until qaughter of p'aywright Eugene |September 24, to review policy
and the deeply humanitarian and now found any other instrumcnt ONeill. p ast —U.P
pacific feelings which inspire it, ‘re than military ele- we eyes aboard the “Queen
*e reign m inistry communique S. izabeth” about nine hours ‘e- ’ . a
said in’ part U.P.) —UP. | fore the liner saileq@ for New Food Poisonirg

York, the much-sued actor dodg-
ed the service of a subpoena in a In Portugal
$13,000 suit. Chaplin’s press re-

presentative, Harry Crocker, ex- , PORTUGAL, Sept. 19
plained that he would hive had _ Government officials are inves-
| to cancel the trip if the subpoena[ gating a wave of food poisoning
\had been served. believed caused by salted ccddfish
| —wvU.P. |wWhich killed three persons and



Chinese Reds Capture
Two Hills From Allies

SEOUL, Sept. 19. Second Division

SCREAMING Chinese Communist soldiers captured |
two hills from allied troops early to-day and fanatically Matches End Today

resisted allied attempt to dislodge them. |
Reds won both positions in a series of four attacks

sickened hundreds more in North-
- ern Portugal during the last two
months.

Although no precise figures are
available, a Lisbon newspaper es-
timated “more than 1,000” per-
sons have been affected by bad
codfish. Most of the victims re-
‘overed but at least three deaths
vere reported,



All Intermediate and Second
Division cricket matches in* the
Seventh Round will be concluded

Itrade in
ee

for London to attend a Conference| estimates of the total

that began at 9.30 p.m. Also on the Western Front, Reds

tc-day while in the First Division

Fishery experts said cod poison-
ng can be caused by “pink” cod-

swarmed up the slopes ef the hills into bunkers and | tre second day’s play in the Fifth



The conference moved here
from London where it held a pub-
lic session which Streat described
as a “good start”. In Buxton the
conference is expected to continue
for one week to try and map out
the likely course of future world
cotton textiles, Confer-
ence sources said the conference
would first of all study stgtistical
volume of
world trade likely to be available,
and then individual estimates
from each country of the volume
of textile exports each expects tc
achieve,

Leaders of all delegates who ar-
rived here from London last night

met to decide the agenda. Con-
ference sources said they con-
fronted the fact that the world

market for cotton is shrinking and
iny nation which seeks to increase
exports can do so only at the

jexpense of other nations

| All Would Benefit

| The British and European dele-
jgations’ view is that all nations
would benefit if international com-

} petition can be kept within cer-
tain bounds. United States dele-

gat@s_on the other hand favour a
poliey of expansion and removal
of “artificial corps that support in-
efficient textile industries.” The
Japanese delegation has so far
presented a combination of nation-
talism and internationalism with
its leader expounding a “live and
j tet live” policy

In the opinion of the European
delegations Japan is expected to
reject any agreement to divide the
markets with other exporters and



® 1 @, e nC ALIS j ~ 2S: a it »stric-
trenches with guns blazing. Most of the Allied defenders scries will be started. ish, so called because it turned to press for bolition of re rice
fell back t ; staved United Nations warplanes later The matches are as follows:— hat colour from bacteria whic ms On expo! ) “ § ve
e ee “_lraked the weste front hill with FIRST DIVISION attack heavily salted cod, after\viously considered to be. exclu-
: S eiaie? cata a ; Cc Re ae +, | long periods of storage. —U.P. sively British UP.
‘ j 93 deadly raid of napalm = and Police vs. Carltcn at Queen's q
*F * Te * \bombs in an attempt to dislodge Park.
, | - 2 co
Foreign Pr essu | fanatical Chinese Communists Lodge vs. Empire at Lodg
iwho virtually annihilated the Pickwick vs. Ccllege at Kensing:

On Bonn Govt.

ton.
Wanderers vs,

United Nations defenders in a
savage battle to capture it. A grim}
fight for “Kelly Hill? took place}
on the western front west of Imjin}

Spartan at Bay
INTERMEDIATE
Cariton vs Y.M.P.C. at Carlton

CAIRO,
expressed the hope

Sept. 19
Arab Leagi











on Friday that its protest against River, Empire vs, Spartan at 9 OTTAWA, Sept. 19, jed little faith in the DOmIbINwes
the planned payment of West At the same time other Allied Hall 1 tak at Canada may advi-e the sterling of ar large cale in provemen
Geman ieperitions to Israel soldiers north and east fought to', Combermere vs. Police at Com-|1),. at the forthcoming London so long hinking adhered to
would counter-balance foreign ,:egain “Old Baldy” also lost dur-, bermer* - 4 Sa ; Pik Economic Conference that the “the restrictive philosophy of
pressure on the Bonn een ing the night to waves of scream! Windward-vs. Pickwiek at Wind-'+. ndamental solution to its pro~ balanc ing sterling ne payments
to pay indemnities for Nazi per- ing Reds, In the air Allies sent out | ‘ f : é _. _.|blems rests in Washington rather) with the doller world by curbs on|?
secution of the Jews. The League a fleet of thirty-three Japan and ou vs. Mental Hospital af an in a tighter Commonwealth! dollar imports.”
Assistant Secretary Ahmed E) Okinawa base superfortresses to "Ci ble & Wireless vs. Wanderers |trade } |
Shukei-y to’d a Press conference drop 297 tons of incendiary bombs! .; Boarded Hall cy. The Government's attitude was Instead the article suggested]
that a three.man League mission on targets near Hamshung an| _ ic SECOND DIVISION outlined in a significant article that the long range hopes of the
would leave for Ger:nany in a few jmportant north-east Korean port.| Colleg: a “Windw a at College on Canadian trade policy in the, ser} ng worldas well as of Can-
days He aid ths it would meet It was the first daylight raid by Y.M.P Cc. c Wankerer at [latest issue of the Can adian! ada herself lay in direct Washing.
Administration and Parliamentary B-29’s in eleven months. Sabre! Beckles Road |Liberal, the official publication of toh tibiae “talks tO lower the
officials, the Press and popular jets screened Communist MIG-15! Erdiston Combermere at)the Federal Liberal Party, It said) trade barrie: The St Laurent
organifations ir attempt to routes from Manchuria and| Erdiston. ithat the Canadian delegation’ Government hopes that these will
preve u eparations thunder-jets made nissionary Foundation v Pickwick at; would go to the Londen meeting) materialize 1953 after the

t hil r “i to operat ' inauguratior { he next United
agreemer nitack le superforts dropped Found |r eparec ( aus 1 j f :

—U.P ‘their fire bombs.—wU.P, Le Empire E pth g state Pre r —U.P. |
. {

Washington Can Solve
Sterling Bloc’s Problem:

new bargain with the U.S.S.R
“They are beginning to discover
as others have discovered before
the disadvantages of being allies
with the Soviet Union,” Eden said
Eden told a Press conference that

|“would do everything possible to} */viet policy in Asia had a direct

bearing on peace in Europe, and
“I still believe that we may get an
armistice in Korea Only one
point divides us now, Much de-,;
pends no doubt on what advice |

the Chinese have been given by
the Soviet government in Mos-}
cow.’

—UP.



|
|

Rescue Squad |
Wait On Fog |

T N e to
U.S. Crime a psychological blunder by the

United States as it gave the ap.
pearance of making Truman

Inereases | another Churchill in the eyes of

Irenian public opinion,

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19

Thirdly, the gravity of the
Federal Bureau of Investiga-

Communist threat in Iran is pro-

tion director J. Bdgar Hoover re- bably underestimated by the
jorted en Sunday that there has United States, and this threat is
been a “substantial inerease’ in likely to increase if the oil dis-
almost all serious crimes this pute is no’ settled, Fourthly, if

year and that America’s criminals the Communist threat took on
ire even younger now than last tigger proportions in Iran it
wear, would result in Iraq and other

Releasing the F.B.I’s semi- ‘Near East countries being ‘in=

ereas ngly menaced by Commun-

anrual erime report—a compila-. ¢ \
ism and this could have disas.

tion of police statistics from cities

throughout the country—Hoover|trous results for the Western
said that an estimated 1,022,200| World, Fifthly, Mossadegh still
major crimes were committed in} hopes that the United States will

vealize the gravity of the Iranian
situation and act further, that

the first six months of 1952. This
was a boost of 64 per cent er

1981, *, ‘a ee ines a otibes be

All major crimes except gape; Made to bring about a settlement

THULE AIR FORCE BASE registered increases, Rape offences} (hat can pany Trania public
Greenland Sept. 1g, [Showed a slight drop. Hoover re- opinion, aig y re has

Air Force rescue’ specialists| Ported that the perpetrators of | gene 50 : extrem ecinat af coh~
waited for a dense Arctic fog to | the e crimes are even younger peers, Bae De agreed that the
lift before starting operations to; than in former years, ar eaPY ae ours ae sen nee
evacuate 12 fliers stranded in the More persons of 18 were arrest-j; should fix compensation for the





erash supply plan

land ice cap

on the Green-

Crew members of a British four-
engine transport crashed on the
#,000-foot ice cap when an engine
failed ond the plane
a blinding »
injured in th

indstorm, No one was
crash on the treach-

erous ice can which was spotted
with dee» crevices that are often
hidden by windblown snow. |

Twelve men reported to Thule by!
radio that they have been living in|
the fuselage and have 10 days food |
on hand.

—U.P.

Guided Missiles
Old By Comparisor

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19
A reliable source said that guid-



|
\

ed missiles launched by the navy
gainst North Korcan targets are
incient compared with the sleek

ower. ul new models which soon
will be ready.
The new missiles, nearing pro-

juction stage would truly be guid-
d acrial weapons and some of
hem would be capable of carry-
ng atomic weapons Scientists
ho have been working on the de

elopment of push-button weapons

nded to belittle the significance |
ef the navy’s use of the remotely |
ontrolled fighter planes |

Man Kills Two Then.
Takes Own Life

Fram Our Own Co*respondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 19. |
(27) shot and;

Harold Kellman
illed his wife Doreen Kellman}
19) his wife’s granamother}

rincess Skeete (68%) then set fire|

‘ 1¢ home, afterwards killing
umself around 2 o'clock Friday |
norning at Beterverwagting Vil-|
ige Fast coast Demerara His!

vife’s mother who was also in the
ouse escaped while Kellman
arried his 18 months daughter to;
safety sefore setting fire to the)
iouse he dragged, the dead bodies |
The couple mar- |
than a year ag and
ix weeks ago

were



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Polio Outbreak
In U.S. Rising

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19

year's polis
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value of the Anglo-[ranian oil
plant in Abadan. This concession.
ty Mossadegh has _ displeased
crime| Some of his influential “oe

ed this year than in any other age
group compared with persons 23
years old in 1951
Hoover said that the
boost indicates that there will be}
more than 2,000,000 serious crimes
year. He emphasized that his;
conservative because
F.B.1. statistics cover only very
serious offences like murder, rape, |
assault, robbery, and};
burglary.—U.P.

HOUSE COLLAPSES

During the heavy rains on
night a house in
Tears Road collapsed, The house





Italian Ship
Runs Aground

BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 19.

Italian ship “Sebastian Caboto”’
grounded near Buenos Aires har-
tour due to a strong storm,
“Caboto” was coming from Tri-
este and Naples with 20 first clas
yassenvers, 432 third class, most-
ly Italian immigrants scheduled
to'settle in Argentina.—U.P.



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its collapse.

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B.W.1.A., on Thursday after
pending a holiday in England
nd Scotland. Mr. Grannum is

March 21—April 20 increase your popularity; you can advance
in business and socially.

104 British manufacturers to im- three months and will live in a Appointment
porting houses and agents in the house outside the capital. Hilary. Coming to London in October to

naica and Trinidad on
y Mrs. Adams went on

BARBADOS ADVOCATE ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952
— Caub Calling | t Indi Lable Talk y
ADY SEI : 7 4 Visit On behalf of the Week Tati By LONDONER timer ee eee
+ Seel Compt - » D POCKET CARTOOS MM" AND MRS. M. GRELL| Association, Mr. F. Flanagan will aires to sive oa feeli Wharf Superintendent {
ve é ‘ \ ‘ by OSBERT LANCASTi! , and their two children| Undertake a two months’ tour of £8ves 0 give me a deep Keeling =. the guests was Mr. J
the passenger m | were ; Trir by | Trinidad and Jamaica in January that anyone else who did the same _ Among tie guests was wr. sce
on Thursd i B VI eee a be vidad “e He is the London Editor of the Could never talk cheerfully about D’arcy, Vee Superintendent,
t ‘ . ‘ ; | , f on ec ssday on 3 . Y 2 in.”” i ing a c p
aie eee expects 88) visit, 'Y ©" 2 \ Caribbean Importer, formerly Weat “4 again’ af indtruetion atthe Por of Lone] ™ +
ay for ten days. Visited England And Indies’ Buyers Guide which is the Commission dom, tie ‘has been thete tex. -t “ .
Long Leave isi tngland Ané official organ of the Association The Bahamas House of Aapens- OO ana a ae : & Ks re For Saturday, September 20, 1952
: G ITLEY 5 sc ; visi _ Ww Z bly_ h ommissioned novelist ™ ’ A yet
MES. a os ee 7 a . peneiae an i aa tat HE. Bate on to write a history of teresting. Later he plans to visit Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
7 pees D oe wr ce ae finer WILLIAM H.|°UB@Nween June 198] anadJune the colony, He and his wife will the a. Sy te ie tare ‘os find what your outlook is, according to the stars,
. anc leput eadmistre 7RANNUM came over - oe Sain save for Nasse t the end of the Possible, hopes to ’
r Deter ig l me vs AC WIA rom Bapend by B.0.A.C./ varie oo haeedgne tb ieedd ie. They expect to be there Christmas, * ARIES -Accept good changes in habits. Aim et



save and v > tr seland ; aindin ae a tes Caribbean. Of these, 84 has never St. George Saunders had half fin= act as joint mafmaging director of *

ae oo = =e S oi es on Thom | previously had business connec- ished a history of the Bahamas Campbell Booker Carter Ltd., the TAURUS Adapt yourself to new useful aici.
r Colle a Ghieacl ten 4 Wr, ae " e. h tions with the West Indies. The when he died in Nassau last De- export merchants, is Mr. Hugh April 21 to May 20 take advantage of helpful conditions with-
“Modern Greats and Lav orked Together goods in question included cloth- cember. Now, appropriately, Bates Leishman, Chairman of the Kitwe| $x s _

sut fuss or stalling. You can better BINS 4,

ME KENNETH MOSS _ of|ing, vehicles, chemicals, building will finish it for him. Appropriate, (Uganda) branch. Described as conditions if you are alert

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R Chelmesford. Essex who is|™aterials, electrical equipment, because they were great friends. “gq oe _ = Senne - ™“
I 2. G. MONEY, Local Dire t “sent Food ¢ , machinery, footwear, paper and rprise ability” he has been a commercia . ,
M on of Barclays sank { legee™ ye: =. ie paints ; z "7 Most pe. man tn London member of most North Rhodesian * GEMINI —Take lesson from sound advice. neve 4
DC & O) left the island j fotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Arnhem Visit this week was Trinidad Labour Government boards in _ recent May 21—June 21 budget, cut waste and excess spending and
Wednesday for Trinidad j rrived here by B.W.L.A,, from Trinidad’s McDonald Bailey, Minister Albert Gormes. He ar- years. Last year he visited Foran * energy
De meson s 2 — visit 5 : j Trinidad on Wednesday after-|British Olympic sprinter, arrived rive d home from the Colonial Guiana. } uM 3 ~ eal :
oe Wd 4SCUSSTONS noon, back in London last week-end Office on ursday evening to vor CANCER —-Many new ideas, plans. choves us to
Iss DORA IBBERSON . He will be staying for two]from Holland, While there he find his flat crowded with friends Weather vie. : * June 22—July 23. be careful with what we affiliate ourselves
M C.B.E, Social Welfare Ad- “If one insists on going weeks as a guest of Mr, and Mrs.| visited Arnhem. In the Ooster- —each of whom had brought a vine SS ae ied biorg | Don't follow any leader blindly.
al Development and. Wel- faster than sound, what’s Peter organ of St. Lawrence|beek Airborne Cemetery he saw bottle. The oceasion was Mr. and last week was Miss eave & ne- * * *
faye i naitiy Abe rivals the point of being in the Hotel. Mr. Morgan and Mr. Moss |the graves of 1,400 British soldiers Mrs. Gomes’ 22nd wedding anni- bridge, ot’, of ee Wea. _ikeclting also ansddus @ige. Addpt shines a
from . Trinidad by B.W.LA 1 choir ? were students of Hotel business |who were killed during the Allied versary, The party had been mante. en I saw Peahee x LEO dcx meinaas. action Litebary, aritattc
We ins “ Toon ” Miss “Tobersor » ‘ovether in Switzerland and sub-|invasion. Mac was among a party planned as a surprise. And it was nesday ge nt _ pee mae July 24—Ang. 22 ree Ble hac cana “ Ory . ’
went to Jamaica to. have discus- fo Join Husband sequently worked together at the |of 32 Polytechnic Harriers who a great success. Any West Indian som ons ae oe nl ne ‘ é +. *
meas he Se an *, So. OB de 4 mn usbanc ‘aribe Hilton. went to lay a wreath in the céme- walking into the flat after the ore: wepnlly oie ngs ato atti ent et * *
me tt the “Social ’ Welfar? RS. J. PAVILUC, daughter Sen To Ireland tery. He said afterwards: “I read ceedings got under TE EIy & - Indies trade. VIRGO —Regardless of favourable aspects, added:
‘Commission ‘ard. _ sleo . with the of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce RS. M. AUGUSTE who had [enough on the crosses of those have been quite pardonably ex Ang. 23—Sept. 23 tact brings greater results. Your smile is
Extra Mural Department of the ene of Hamilton, Strathclyde, \ ‘Soe cell awianae here “ae : a EE a pathic anal ——-—-— * potent weapon. Cultivate good associa-
mes sat ; ; > isle , aha : re ay spon nena -seatioasles hte = tions
UCWI o the hold f , left the island on Thursday for (pct of J D Weihc tanee etree He ? :
LW ly Gare trae scours Trinidad. intranait for USA. ty, Suet of, Mrs, ¢. Selby. ay Btret Rupert’ Siring Adventive—ga . PXtenine tee 8 eae
next yent = W oe She has gone to j0iN week. Mrs. Auguste came over 1 . pring ven ure SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1982. x LIBRA 2 Indications urge greater consistency of
She also attended a seminar on “FF us one who is a Represent- ith her son Barry who recently ; 102.15 p.m 19.76M, 26.53M Sept, 24—Oct. 23 offort, using your wit. Be discreet in ap- #
Adult Education which was ar- Car a re the Tide Water Oil left the island by the S. De eT te i ett proaches. Be confident but not too forceful.
nged by the Extra Mur! *OMpany, New York Grasse for Ireland where he will 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p mn. See ily * - -M
Department of the University : study Medicine. Barry is the wake idem tee he oie ‘com: : ih tc heet *
College in collaboration with A hair 1952 Island Scholar, St. Laicia. aocer of the Week. 5.13 p.m. Music for SCORPIO __ —Afternoon more stimulating, may be
UNESCO and the Jamaica Gov- A FAIR im aid of the Christ souk? ’ F Dancing, 6 p.m. Scottish re Roun, ic « an Rt Your an’ oases lene
’ i $ ; : f . our affairs ow str y rs
ment. t Church Girls’ Brigade will Spent Holiday p.m Tes 6.8 pum. Sports Round, ur rs i gly under ay
Two Weoks be held at the Boys’ Foundation ISS VIOLA DEGAZON re- es Vee ee ee fae * *
M* ee were peony 00 mt Gee ae ee tuned to. Wye Aslend:, Som Toate ct a AGITTARIUS Lock for changes, altered condition
i wnfaders . s 3 : hm. to 6, p.m. ne t ucis WwW. ad- oe Perea ee 8. —Loo shanges, ¢ Bi Ss,
‘ Confederation Life As Sunday Gockel. Pancho: aoe St. Lucia by B.W.I.A. on Wed

suronee Co turne / é oe ; 2 nesday last after spending a
nis q | Skid: : Mw =e Prinigsd organising this Fair and there t tT P
by B.W.L.A., on Wednesday after |. :

spending about two weeks’ hol- will be the usual stalls—amuse-
o ; F ri ments, lucky dips, refreshment:

_Dec. 22 some for the better, especially for daily
work, promotions. Heart interests newly
favoured, .



7.15 p.m. The Casino Orchestra, 7.45 Nov
p.m. Sports Review, 8.15 p.m Radio *
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m soright Shadow

10 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m News

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= pee . . ete. All particulars can be ob- R. BARRY HOULDER, re- p.m. Variety Fanfare | * a 5 daliivtiih or -ralpbaaee :
Two Scholarships tained from Mrs. G. L. Minds, IY. tired Civil Servant of Trin- Raper ihanking the conjure capeuen - “Dany saeNe rain cee my tae
ME} » A. THOMPSON, win- Welches, Christ Church idad, returned home recently by Tinecki ith hi | 1 Dec. 23—Jan. 21 *~" oS , ‘a cee aes oe) os
, : . gerily comes wit im. ’ ; , j you help me in this, friend
of beth the Island and Transferred B.W.1.A. after spending about Me want to watch what hap- boulder is. 1 couldn't find it i BANISH | * ov .
the Barbados Scholarships _ for awn . two months’ holiday in the island pens too,” ane says. ** That spray when | came from Pon , and ; as : 7
1952, has joined the staff of the M*. AND MRS, ANTHONY as a guest at Atlantis Hotel, ina, perhaps it | must get under, ‘a en AQUARIUS Stop pessimistic attitude with grit, re-
Modern Hig School before en- SKINNER were passengers Rathsheba. Mr. Houlder is a wal &§ Reh im ed, he pauses and doubtfully ai Jan. 22—Feb. 20 newed confidence and a better look ai your
. N my, Viste’ Chinese : RHEUMATISM
erihg. Cambridge University in bY B-W.1.A. intansit for Nic frequent visitor to the island and come see!" 1" says the litte Chinese girl. | own talents. Our best work is often accom~ ge
tember 1953, + ga A, on roan ae will no doubt be coming over . plished under troublesome conditions
rye 2 Wit, Skinner was ssistant Man- £oon again. — :
HQ. In Trinidad ag British American Tobacco Visited Son « : 4 * : » :
We A. BADDELEY, Superin- Co., Lid. and has been transfer- gt 7 RES sO PISCES —You know good luck or results can't be
AVY& tendent of Harrison Line red to Nitaragua. : M* EBENEZER ALLEYNE re- BR | : Feb. 21—March 20 turned on like water from a tap. Care in
Steamers was among the passen- Mtr Keith Piggott, who ar t tired Grocer of Bush Hall

















































































plans, hard work, good judgment and right
gers arriving from .Trinidad by — rive r from Trinidad by :eturned home on Wednesday by ee EE Se, _——o—oE=—=—Ea—eE——ESESSSESSS == spirit combined make for lasting success,
B.W.LA., on Wednesday. Jast. Mr. B.W.i-A.. on the 14th September, B.W.1.A., from Grenada where he BRIDGETOWN | ~BARBAREES OISTIN 1 ' Keep trying *
- aacen ley’s Headquarters are in has }’en transferred to take Mr. had been spending a short holi- (Dial 2810) toy sia (Dial 8404) | ;
inidac Skinner's position here day with his son Victor. da Ri : and continuing daily ep ed er JB ODAY are discriminating, modest, often re-
ridad ! i ht Viet Today © ee Fe Laks 2 Sees Se oey YOU BORN TODAY 4 t odest, oft
nd continuing dé " 4.45 & 8.30 pm ! ; E
elaine wan : A GIRL IN . wag. a y tiring, though have definite opinions and are a good speaker.
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Â¥ 4 as y rousho MARX 1 in Virgo. Birthdate of: James Franklin Hurley, editor, pub- 3
“ : HEANA WILSON WITH__ DANGER More and more people are sates
4 NINE-YEAR-OLD dog in with @ clu‘ uch he kept for that Contretemps ral = Py ee eee epeuar a Bt using this remedy because x ero
Phila ie ‘Iphia has been left a purpose. This tale of old Brigh- Day - Ronald Reagan t \ ddec raction |] To-day's Special 1.39 of the speedy relief they
seeintad) 7 oS ead eee . wh = ——_. |] STRANGE BARGAIN ; .
oe ry house and £5,34 Is ton pier came to mind when I HERE was an awkward mo-]{ Te.éa aos thah Martha SCOTT & CR ae have found with it. If you * * * * x * * *« * « *
ere any law forbidding a dog to : . tet } ” t one angered ment while Chief Wataloto-] : a 1.90 pw _etticy LYNN __ | im Ber TRAIL (Color) }) suffer from rheumatism, get I 7 ye .
est money?? »y a phrenologist, laced out 4t hut was being shown round the]! So-day'. Special 1.90 © i Monte HALE a bottle to-da: Wi W s A i t W th t L ¢ AY
i knew a rich dog once who. him, shouting: “Now I'll resd Tchester Soap Annexe, An | MILLION DOLLAR Re ee ae —_———_———__- lo all S or une l ou ) 1 T °
in winter, wore a little coat with your bumps, me old bucko.”’ The official said: “There is nothing PURSUIT]] Pau! CAMPBELL & Midnite Special Tonit-
side-pockets, in which he kept only time I ever had my bumps that this soap will not make Penny EDWARDS & BLAZING + ada TeQnees BREDS PARIS all die what is left of the money
his bone . If T had any money I read. as a youth, I wag told I almost blindingly white.” “No- SOUTH OF RIO Chane. SrARRETE Tom N AL & ) “GALETY A wealthy dog named “Crick- goes to the Democratic National
would leave it to the bee which would make a wonderful . en- thing?” queried the dusky : | oF ROBINKOOT. et”, who apparently decided that Committee,
stung a tax-inspector ut West gineer. I replied that I was al- potentate, his black face wearing Monte HALE Midnite Special Tonitel] poy ROGERS Color) br Gerdem~-01, Eaanece money isn’t everything, is sought But the dogs kept Arbuckle’s
Hartlepool the other day. ready designing a bridge across q malicious grin, The official Midnite Special Tonite |leRincn’ OF c ate “LYING Misine jen Thursday by authorities. They neighbours in a constant state of
City talk the Severn at Worcester, “Go on flushed and a voce murmured: Whote Serial ' (HE PLAINS 4 PR. Se eh CARGO TO CAPETOWN want to ship her off to join her insomnia, and 50 of them signed
FAIMIF clue to the sold price re, With it” he said. “Success will “Somebody's mother isn't using Larry Buster CRABBE || RGMeRNOOD OF Prcoe WR OBAWFORD former room-mates. “Cricket” is a protest urging the removal of
larve Btuation te ‘tworeia. On eee mr Fomisope." { OD ete” cae TEXAS BLUE SKIES Midnite ite Sun. & Mon one of the 12 dogs who share in the dogs. Moved they were to a
First, the American presidential Gepe AUTRY CROSBY _Cojer’ WESTWARD 8.0 p.m a $4,000 estate left by their late quiet haven on_ banks of the
Title a scteahey ie = BPUNe Mat, Sun aster Otis Arbuckl Wabash River. “Cricket”, how
election: secondly, the attitude of 1en au 1 er OES es. atts ia oa | ‘een ees eee aver: vasn’t ‘having any. She
the International Monetary Fund ( (7 (ff Camping an HARRIET CRAIG ever, wasn’t_ °
f > ne , ah : J R oO ap D a HE R RANGE | Joan Crawford & Arbuckle provided in his will tossed aside her fortune -for the
Bee ee Seer eeet,. loan i tT A r E § JUSTICE | HURRICANE that his does were to occupy the wide world. At the last report
ae cer ee Soret ane fue t Reo ey, Goumoier » who is just 17, really grounds for this fear v¢ u ony aed Sr aeae Arbuckle home for ig reat of “Cricket” was wandering the
pert fsr a lower = gold orice selongs to a mixed clut have ei a rita a ; rown _ Jon Hall (Color) tt '- cKie home tc © res ad ae
mes, as we would expect Pra never cared for the ao 2 a e | must help her to get her ideas EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY ROYAL SSS SSS their natural lives. When they streets of Paris.—U.P.
F ; : ’ J YI 10 straight about sex, rather than], To-day to Monday | To-day to Tuesday (To-day & Tomorrow PR TE AE NAS
sely from the Sterling Area, belong to it, and now they pro- merely forbid this holiday ro-d8y 4 tS 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.30
vhere the Steam Mortg Con- . Pose all going off for a week's If religion cuts little ice with} maeutme daily) ohn O'Malley
‘ession has shown s f re- camping holiday, We don’t want her, point t some fi wie wis Universal-Interna- | ‘Thelma Scott in Leon Brro! Columbia Whoie
rting to the usual snatch-buy- to be ‘stuffy’, but she is a hean- sovern getonhl Fels ionic L ao chew tHE RUGGED yee re 7
ng which wrecked the World strong girl. Relig 'er ea : 1 marriage tk “ ineidicatea’™ she races ORR AN vor _ and | THE SECRET
iting Fund by forcing up to her.” whit fina fe wiles ronan HAMLET si nat s Ore. in CODE
yrice a belated answer to the Arey't you starting a bit late? ahead. Her marria 7 wit be sr By ; PAYS OF! | (OOTLICR*,
higher Treasury Bill rate of the If (and it's a big “if’) parents awry. rare BIN] Villlam Shakespeare with VARIETIES Starring:
fiscount -houses. Look out for have carefully brought up their Tho Extra Linda Darnell and . ‘
: . 1. ? ousands of so-calle ~ St en W ) Paul Kelly & Others
hardening of ‘the short Joon Gaughter and retained her confi- ing” girls have made shies dlaserecs Ait News Reel &lies Extri : RUGGED an ee It's Action Packed
ition next: week dence then she will surely appre- too late. Sere re tee ocday at 408 Soe MARGIN) “onrilled Jammed
Wt a ‘ 3 ciate tne fact that you are trusting + oe 2 30 BoM. coy Homers Doubt Starring Monday & Tuesdoy
fy bump of engineering pee to Monae the standards of be- Self-control and “boy-control” meets AN PROM Charles MeGraw 4.30 & 8.20
. laviour which you as a family are the secrets not only of ¢ io OKLAHOM/S Rc sor i E
i the pl a - : i nly of a future} , ‘ sea } . Pevublic Doubic
i 4 Meaty Gah Hate no value, A Mother-Grundy dragoon- happy marriage but of retaining] © ©% ©* NEVADA ine idnite To-night ven per
hump of affection, Permit: vas a ing of a girl of 17 is asking for the friendship of the boys she and N THE OLD _| Republic Whole VIRGINIA
provide one.” Whereupon he hi: ee a ©. that Jat ' eggs a In any case, who wants as or “ én TRA Serial and
the client’s héad a gs eh a ba vat She may bring a mother for his children an} ———#ONEYMOON smaite So-nignt
S héac lt mart vhack shame to vour family. If there are “easy” girl? Mienite To-night pe —— | THE MASKED [BELLS OD MEX MEXICO .
. ba 1 RO Gor bY ¥ ‘ en Republic Whole a | MARVEL Wed. & Thus.
i. i , a HE GAY |
G | oO B FE 20th CENTURY oR RANCHERO (New) with dak vie
and lwiltie Forrest ana| NIG ERs
MAY a ag FOX KING OF THE Sunset Carson ‘Nes pity er be hy av On OF MONTANY
TEXAS | Peggy Stuart in | Watch Out For and
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A very pretty little thing
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x nas gave her plenty of “PETER’S” cocoa
4 nd now she’s around eighteen
i ie BHRNO MONTALBIW HN HADIAK Boys you should see her— « 6 e
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952

Jamaica To Replan Statistical Department
U.N.O. Expert Will —

Advise Govt.

From Our Own Correspondent
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 8.
IN Jamaica to advise the Government on the re-or-

ganisation of its Statistical

Department is Mr. Roe Good-

man, Statistical Expert of the United Nations’ Organisa-
tion, who arrived in the island this week.
Mr. Goodman will remain in Jamaica for one year.

Previously he served as a
member of the Survey Research
Centre at the University of
Michigan, then spent a year in
Bangkok, Thailand, doing statis-
tical work. He recently return-
ed from Bangalore, India, after
a two-month visit conducting a
training course in statistical
work under the auspices of the
International Statistical Institute,
which has headquarters in the
Hague, Holland.

LIMES COST LESS

Lime prices in Jamaica drop-
ped this week for the second
time this year.

In July the Jamaica members
of the West Indian Lime Oil
Sales Company met and decided
that “in the light of information
on the state of the world market
for that commodity” the price of
lime should be reduced from $3
to $2.50.

This week they met again and
decided that while the market
was unsettled in July it had now
taken a downward move. Distil-
lers reported that the price of
lime oil was down on all markets
and that the present price was
far in excess of what the market

warranted.
It was decided to reduce the
price at which lime will be

bought from growers from $2.50
to $1.50.

10,000 TOURISTS LosT

The lack of fegular’ passenger
steamship service between Ja-
maica and the United States is
costing the island at least 10,000
tourists annually, according to
Mr, F. H. Robertson, the island’s
Tourist Trade Commissioner.

Mr. Robertson said this was
Jamaica’s greatest need at the
moment and added that there
was no indication yet when such
a service would come into oper-
ation, although there was news of
adequate accommodation being
provided for cruise passengers in
the coming winter tourist season,

Jamaica’s competitors in the
Caribbear, such as Cuba, Ber-
muda, Nassau and Puerto Rico,

Mr. Robertson said, all had regu-
lar steamship services with the
Mainland which takes them large
numbers of tourists from the
U.S, mainland. Before the war,
regular shipping services from
New York, Florida and Canada
provided for passenger accom-
modation in the tourist season in
excess of 500 visitors per week.

CRICKET COACH

‘Former Jamaica all-rounder
Hemmerde Young is scheduled to
go to British Honduras in De-
cember and January to lay the
foundation for cricket develop-

ment in that colony, which is
planning to develop the game
there. Young goes as coach, and
he hopes in that time to lay a
foundation for British Hondu-
rans to be able to carry out
future plans.

Young, who was an outstand-
ing schoolboy player, then a
leading Senior Cup player, play-
ed for Jamaica against Lord
Tennyson’s team in 1932 and for
the Colts as early as 1928,

w.t. NURSES AT U.C.W.L

The nur ing staff of the Teach-



West Indies. Thirty-two of the
43 nurses on the staff are West
Indians.

Six the ward sisters have
been seconded to the hospital for
a period of three years by the

of

Governments of Barbados, Brit-
ish Guiana, Trinidad, St. Kitts,
St. Lucia and the British Virgin
Islands.

All the nurses at the hospital
live in at Chancellor Hall, lent to
the hospital by the University
College until the nurses’ home jis
completed,

At the hospital too, are the 86
nurses-in-training, all of whom

have passed through the Prelim-
inary Training school at Mona
on the University Compound and
who have been in training at the
Kingston Public Hospital!

$2,500,000 LOAN

The Industrial Development
Corporation established recently
by the Government of Jamaica is
now currently negotiating a loan
of $2,500,000 from the Colonial
Development Corporation so as
to be in a position to explore
opportunities and to assist in the
industrial development of the
island. ¥

CDC is being tapped for funds
which the IDC will use to finance
projects which it is satisfied will
make a contribution towards the

industrial development of the
colony.
It is proposed that the loan

should be guaranteed by the Ja-~
maica Governmert.



Record Banana
Shipment From
Dominica

(From Our Gwn Conrespondent)
DOMINICA.

Tie record number of 69,855
bunches of bananas were shipped
by the S.S. Ben Como to the
United Kingdom on September
5th. The Ben Como was the first
boat chartered by Antilles Pro-
ducts Ltd., who are under a 15
year contract with the Dominica
Banana Association to buy all
the shippable bananas of the
colony.

Formerly Antilles Products
Ltd. depended on the banana
boats which served Jamaica to
take Dominica’s fruit to England,
but on several occasions the boats
were filled in Jamaica and could
not call for Dominica’s fruits.
This forced Antilles Products Ltd.
to charter their own boats, The
company is now preparing a ship-
ment as another boat is expected
on the 15th,

ORGAN RECITAL.

“Mr. Lionel DeC. Burke, Bar-
badian student of Codrington
College, gave an Organ Recital
at the St. George’s Church Roseau,
on Monday. He is the eldest son
of Mr, Burke organist and choir-
master at St. Leonards, Barbados.

Mr. Burke, who is studying
for the Ministry, has, for the past
few weeks, been spending his
holidays wih Canon C. V. Evers-
ley at the St. George’s Rectory.
Mr. Burke left for Barbados on
Tuesday.

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CJ. Orders 2 Wills
To Be Resealed

_His Lordship the Ghief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in the
Court of Ordinary yesterday

granted application for the re-
sealing of the will of Henry E, G.
Boyle of London, previously
proved in Her Majesty’s High
Court.

His Lordship also ordered’ the
resealing; of the will of Gould-

bourne Phillips of Bernard Lodge,
St. Catherine, Jamaica, proved in
the Resident Magistrate's Court,
St. Catherine, Jamaica,

The applications were made by
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Solici-
tors,

The following wills were also
admitted to probate, Wills of May
D. Clarke, Millicent F. Carter,
Alexander Lewis of Christ Church;
Alice S. Hutson, Mabel A, Year-
wood, John M. Belling, of St.
Michael; John DaSilva Vieira of
St. George and Edity E. Williams

40/. FOR STEALING.

His Worship Mr, C, L. Walwyn,
2clice Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday fined 20-year-old lab-
ourer Seaman Connell of Station
Hill. St. Michael 40/- to be paid in
14 days or one month's imprison-
ment with hard labour for st@al-
ing a shirt belonging to Cleopatra
Marshall. “ ‘

The offence was committed
sometime between March 15 and
March 19, Sgt, Alleyne prosecut-
ed for the Police





at the Windsor Park on Sunday
7th September, when Abbott
failed to answer the bell for the
ninth round in a scheduled ten-
round encounter.

From the first round an unim-
pressive Caribbean Joe seemed to
be trying for a knockout, throw-
ing heavy punches, most of which
failed to land on the ever moving
Abbott. Abbott’s punches were
quick and accurate, but they
lacked sting.

The end came with a vicious
right swing from Caribbean Joe
to Abbott's mid-section near the
end of the eighth round. Abbott,
who was till then well ahead on
points, went to his corner thor-
oughly winded at the end of the
round. His seconds threw in the
towel when the bell sounded for
round nine.

FROM HELSINKI.

Mr. John B. Charles arrived by
air last week from a tour of the
United Kingdom and _ Europe,
wihere he attended the Olympic
Games held recently at Helsinki.

Mr. Charles a former member
of the Dominica Legislative Coun-
cil, is father of Miss Eugenia
Charles, lawyer, Dominica, Dr.
R. M. F. Charles, head of the
B.C.G, campaign in Trinidad, and
Dr. L, Charles. One of the leading
planters and exporters of agri-
cultural produce of the colony, Mr.

ing Hospital ‘attached to the Uni. Caribbean Joe, Antiguan heavy- Charles is a committee member

versity College of the West weight, scored a t.k.o. victory of the Dominica Banana Asso-

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(From Our Own Correspondent)

BADGERED by

recent

ST. GEORGE'S Sept. 17.
pettifogging strikes and

threats of others on a more general scale but with nothing

before them to make any

Agriculturists’

ways and means of meeting

agricultural general strike.

This had to be the course rather
han straightforward discussion
en a wage adjustment since there
was no reply before them on this
point from ‘Hon. E. M. Gairy,
rresident-General of the Manual
and Mental Workers’ Union, who
nad been written asking what
proposals he had to make in con-
sequence of a recent letter in
“The West Indian” in which ae
onveyed threats of pressure on
an employer such as would lead
to the abandonment of his estate
and said hé would shortly be ap-
proaching the Agriculturists’ Uni-
on for a wage increase,

All that was heard from Mr.
Gairy was that he was glad to
fearn of the desire of the planters
to co-operate in the matter and

that a subsequent letter would
state his demands.
Further Study
In the circumstances, the Ag-
riculturists’ Union concentrated
on further study of representa-

tions which have been made to
Government seeking assurance in
the event of a strike occurring on

.

measures such as: protection of
property; police protection of
willing workers from intimida-
tion; communications in time of
disorder; and larceny during
strikes.

Among other things, Govern-

ment has been requested to regu-
late procedure in labour disputes if
the colony’s welfare is to survive
since strikes are economically
damaging.

“In agricultural enterprise cost-
ings are relative to output,” the
G.A.U. has written Government,
“and wages are based on the
prices obtainable for agricultural
products in the world market.
What seems to be required is a
wage policy computed on fluctu-
ating prices and varying annual
quantities and seasonal factors.
‘This is the work of an agricultur-
al economist. It is in this field it
now seems imperative that Gov-
ernment, for the colony’s economy

and for the gencral welfare,
should provide statutory wage fix-
ing machinery on an expert basis



to review wages and fix rates al
regular periods according to fluc-
tuations of world prices so that
agriculture may survive as the
basie means of livelihood in
Grenada.

“Government is the chief plan-
ner for economic welfare of the





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and to assume the responsible
role of ruining the welfare of the
inhabitants of the colony.”

Sympathy Strikes

While acknowledging the right
of workers individually or colec-
tively, to withhold their services,
the G.A.U. considers that alleged
sympathy strikes on matters
which can be redressed in the
Law Courts are not justifiable.

As examples of such, it citea:
a strike earlier this year at Cal-
ivigny Estate for the refusal by
the employer of a workers’ de-
mand to dismiss an overseer in
his employment; later, at Petit
Etang, because the employer dis-
missed a worker, there were
strikes at fourteen other estates
which were not connected with
the incident; at Palmiste Estate
recently, an overseer was dis-

missed om due legal notice but
refused to quil, retaining the keys
belonging to the estate, and the
workers went out in support of
the overseer.

Outside these efforts of the
G.A.U, to rationalise the situation
rumours
of a coming agricultural general
strike to coincide with the ap-
proaching cocoa crop.

At a recent Market Square
meeting, Mr, Gairy indulged his
usual tirading against employers
generally and read a letter
which he had sent in reply to
one from the Administrator on
he St. David's strike situation
roughly abusing this official and
accusing him of “side-taking”’
when in the Administrator's letter
which was not similarly read said:
“The strike at Petit Etang appears
to constitute a legitimate trade
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opinion on the merits or demer-
its of the actions takc. by eith«
the employer or the \.orkers. Tae
strikes on the other estates, on
the other hand, appear to have
no industrial justification.”

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September 20, 1952 Ideal Schoolmaster colonial competitions, which had
,

There are still many alive two-day hitherto been confined to Barba-

who
|
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a a gtmintener ——_——<—<—— remember Arthur Somers 40s end British Guiana, were ex-
Cocks in the prime of his life. temded to include Trinidad. The
DECISION To the countless pupils who passed touring sides that came from

England were to prepare the way
for the first West Indian tour of

through his hands he came nearer
than any one else they knew to

MR. ADAMS is back in Barbados for a | Possessing the many varied quali. the Mother Country in 1900.
ies that go to make the idea] Percy Goodman, the magnificent
short stay of less than two months before | >choolmaster. They remember all-rounder, who had been pro

he proceeds to London again to attend the |/!im walicing, with energetic stride duced by the Lodge School, was

‘ : ;... |from the “Retreat” to the class in_ the heyday of his career.
meeting of Commonwealth Prime Minis- [hit with a load of books under Clifford, his brother, “a great
‘ his arm and a jovial yet purpose- Matural bowler, with abnorma

ts pn November, ful look on his face. His very intelligence on the subject ot
During this short stay everyone hopes épproach was the signal for dis- bowling”, would have earned &
that decisions will be taken on the two |tinguished work from the clever, Place in an all-England side, in

the view of a competent observer.
And George Challenor, soon to

earnest application from the less
gifted and honourable endeavour
from all. They remember him
playing football at centre-half in
& manner worthy of an Oxford
(‘ Blue”. They recall his feats as a
bowler whose deadly skill work®d
havoc year after year both against
local teams and against visiting
Englishmen, They see him urging
the boys on to high standards of
athletic prowess, giving them the
benefit of his sk:ll as one who
had done the hundred yards in

most important issues affecting the
island’s future.

Will Barbados join a British Caribbean
Federation? And will a deep water har-
bour be built here ?

One quick look at the exclusive legisla-
tive list recommended for the federal gov-
ernment in the Rance Report is enough

to show how necessary it is for Barbados

make his debut, was before long



to make up its mind about federation. If {ten seconds. They recall happy
the legislature feels uncertain about the sen gg of a genial, warm-

friend who almost
variably kept an even temper
except when aroused to fiery
anger by any mean or dishonour-
j able act. And they still bear in

in-

attitude it should take, ‘then the decision
for or against federation should be made
by the people through a referendum.

have been as disappointed as his
admirers when he was not ap-
pointed headmaster in 1906.
he had always taught that the
most important part of the game

“SP QOMSIOAAOVIIHSSAAO AANA LAO

Nothing could be more easy to arrange.
But for Barbados to continue to flirt with
the concept of federation and then become
shy and coy whenever a decision is re-
“quested is to pursue a policy which is
tepid and time-wasting. Once the decision
for or against federation has been taken,
the next in priority is the deep water
harbour.

It is stupid to expect any port improve-
ments to be made with regard to ware-
housing or better handling equipment
until the government makes up its mind
either to build or not to build a deep water
harbour. The harbour of Bridgetown lit-
erally is the heart of the island’s life: if
a deep water harbour is not to be built,
improvements of all kinds will have to be
made in the Port at the earliest possible
moment.

To mention only one disadvantage of
the existing system, the arrangements for
off-loading imported frozen meat and fish
are not adequate to protect them against
deterioration resulting from too long ex-
posure in the sun, Whether a deep water
harbour is built or not this problem could
be solved by the companies who are con-
cerned with off-loading of these cargoes.

But how can any company be expected to
| wide beyond the humanities,

spend money on improving existing har-
bour facilities when next week or next
year the government may decide to con-
a det a deep water harbour ? ;
. ‘The government must make up its mind
about the deep water harbour. There can
be no valid excuse for not making up its
mind, But if the legislature once again is
too timid to make up its mind let the
people decide for them by referendum.
Barbados can make no political headway
until it decides whether it is going to re-
main an isolated unit in the British Carib-
bean, relying on the co-operation and sup-
port of all its people to guide it alone

through the 20th century atomic world or |

whether it is going to merge its political
interest with those of a large British Car-
ibbean unit, or of some other country.
At present its dilatory uncertain policy
is leading it further and further along the
road to greater dependence on London.
Those who believe that postponement of
the-federation issue will be beneficial to

Barbados ought to explain their reasons | Certainly, those who saw him run

for such belief because the evidence of
recent years shows only too clearly how
_ the increase of political power locally has
‘been coincident with the expansion in the
- number of Colonial office appointees and
with the tightening of controls on Barba-
dian trade.

Arguments exist for and against the
deep Water harbour and the government
may be pardoned for taking so long a
time to make up its mind when so much
conflicting advice has been given.

But failure to make up one’s mind is not

synonymous with political sagacity and |with the exception of Clifford

although excuses for delay in the past may
be -accepted, no such excuses can be
accepted now. Because there has been no
decision as to the deep water harbour,
everything in Barbados costs more. The
existing harbour facilities of Bridgetown
are inadequate for an island which has ex-
panded so rapidly in other directions dur-
ing recent-years. We cannot afford not
to make up our minds whether to have a
deep water harbour or not. The govern-
ment must cease tinkering around with a
multitudinous number of trivial matters
and concentrate on the truly urgent issues
of federation and the deep water harbour.
Two decisions will have to be taken on
these issues before any real progress can
be made politically or economically.
During his -present tour of duty as
Leader of the House of Assembly of Bar-
bados Mr. Adams ought to ensure that
these decisions are made.
them until his return from the meeting of
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers in
London in November will be to further
aggravate the deep-seated feeling of frus-

should do it with all the power of
ineir body and
of their

jexercised a more fascinating in-

ling G. F.



To postpone To The Editor, The Advocate

mind the great lesson he taught
.is pupils that whatever they did
-whether work or play—they

all the faculties
soul. Without doubt, no
schoolmastcr in the island has

iuenc? cover those who sat at hi
‘eet than Arthur Somers Cocks.

Born near Manchester in 1869,
Somers Cocks rec®ived his early
educstion at the Manchester
Grammar School and in 1888 went
up Ww Oviel College, Oxford, after
winning an open scholarship, He
won first class honours in his first
»*ar classical! examinations and
two years later, owing to the many
varied interests to which he. began

to devote his energy, he gain:d
only a third in his finals. At
Oxford he won his “Blue” in

Association football and narrowly
missed winning a similar cistinc-
tion in athletics and cricket.

Snostly after leaving the uni-
versity in 1892, Somers Cocks
came to Harrison College, succced-
Franks as ciassical
nastes when the latter was pro-
motcd to the post of Principal of

Queen's College, British Guiana.
At the College he was to remain to establish himself as one of the
for thirty-one years, giving his finest batsmen produced by the

talents and energy to the welfare West Indies. Not the least signifi-
of the school. Franks had brought cant feature of the time was that
class.cs at the Colleg> to a high G, Learmond, an old boy of Com-
$ andard of , exerlence: and in bermere School, who was to win
Somers Cocks’ hands that standard the distinction of representing
was never lowered, Moreover, Barbados, Trinidad and British
while winning respect for his Guiana in intercolonial games, led
classical learning, he showed that the newly formed Spartan to a
is knowledge ranged far’ and position where coloured players
He could play on equal terms with
ad more than a nedding acquaint- their white fellow-Barbadians.

ance with French, German, Mathe- —_ It was in this atmosphere that

matics and Botany and all this Somers Cocks played his cricket,
«knowledge he carried easily in his bringing to the game a deep love

bead, thanks to his
memory,
A Great-Hearted Sportsman arresting figure.
Right from the outset, Somers field and a_ useful batsman, he
Cocks showed the
nv y-sided gifts. 0
A ihe ings room was unforgettable his most stout-hearted perform-
~—he possessed all the arts of the @nce whenever his side was faced
teacher and maintained discipline With _ untoward circumstances.
with an easy, natural manner, But ue R. er “aes aor a
t was rhaps in the field of sport bados with an Inglis side in
that ae mate his geeatest appen! 1895, both Clifford Goodman and
io the imagination of the schoo) Somers Cocks bowled with great
boy. As a footballer, he was for Success. Goodman, who bowled
many years without a p®er in the with the fury of “a wild beast”,
island. His speed and skill with secured the remarkable figures of
ihe ball made it a delight to watcl, §& Wickets for 14 runs and 8 wickets
im in action. The English regi- for 71 runs in the first match, be-
ments then stationed in the island 78 ably supported by Somers
used to produce formidable foot- Cocks who captured 4 wickets
ball teams. Yet, even the best of for 31 in the first, and 8 for 99 in
hese players, when ce mpared the second game. When A Priest-
witn Somers Cocks, were dismissea 1Y, and Lord Hawke brought two
by Clifferd Goodman with the ther English teams in 1896,
numerous comment: Somers Cocks pee Sern, suc-
“A { sited die eek cessfully as a bowler.
in . os ‘ainuet a PERI TM performances were not flashes in
It was an unhappy accident, it hy re pe aan from
has been said, that prevented fact at ae ane are ea
psumers Cocks from representing 5°2S° he captured 98 wickets for

or . * 1,042 runs and in the following
Gaford in the 100 yards race. year 137 wickets for 1,491 runs.

Indeed, so consistent was his per-

prodigious ‘and knowledge and inspired by

His personality could always be relied on to give

py ed — nen a formance as a_ bowler that he
-rowess of this swift-footed captured as many as 565 wickets
‘chilles. His interest in athletics (uring the period 1895 to 1909

with an average of little over 11
runs a wicket. :
But it is not merely as a skilled
technician that Somers Cocks de-
serves a high place in the history
of Barbadian cricket. His en-
thusiasm did much to increase the
popularity of the game during one

.emained with him after he had
to netire from an active part in
them and his knowledge and ex-
perience as an expert were always
rt the disposal of the school and
he isiand,.

There were three spectacles that
brought satisfaction and pleasure
to lovers cf sport in the island in
those days—to see Somers Cocks
play at centre haif, to see him
Wy “bow in newashhar Sein etier_gnniaton, of the, om,
foul. In the opinion of competent? eee ae aaah ne wrangines
critics, there was no better bowler “* r

i ; village lawyers and to ensure
in Barbados and the West Indies, Se ae Was played in the right

spirit. Certainly, it was due as
much to him as to any else that
the game attracted an increasing
number of adherents and that
those who played it sought to
maintain the highest traditions of
sportsmanship. ,

A Great Misfortune

1906 Somers Cocks was
established as a popular



history. At a time when cup
cricket was being introduced and
stricter rules enforced for the

Goodman, the long, lanky youth
from the Lodge, who had bowled
Vhis way from one sensational
triumph to another. It was
largely due to Somers Cocks’ help,
added to the services of another
master, the incomparable G. B. Y.
(Gussy) Cox, that Harrison Col-
lege was able to come a Gees pat
s wick in the struggle firmly ‘ a”
seared Maetos Challenge Cup idol. So great was_his prestige
in 1893. ‘That was to mark the that, when Horace Deighton re-
beginning of a great epoch in the tired from the post of peadoaiee:
cricket history of the school for, he was g¢ nerally regarded as the

é 18 es alified to maintain
hanks to the precept and example man best qualifiec \

4 tae two sy Harrison Col- and even extend the tradition
lege soon took the place of the that had been established at —
Lodge School as the chief nursery rison College. The public hac

ken him to their hearts because
him as a scholar and
They knew him as a

of ericket in the island. te
Cricket in Barbados was then they knew
entering on a new era. The inter- an athlete,









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BETTY GRIFFITH,

‘ s ctg. Librarian.
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public I would like to state that @yides’ Local Association
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an enthusiasm that mdde him an
An energetic

value of his Was outstanding as a bowler, who

That these

the
1895-96

the most significant periods of its

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

By F. A. Hoyos

ARTHUR SOMERS COCKS

man of wide culture, with a stock |
of common sense that was as un-!

common as that of his celebrated} Monday—Personally I am all in favour of

chief, It is not surprising, th< g-|
fore, that, when Dalton was select- |

ed to succeed Deighton, there}
were many to express the view}
that Somers Cocks. had been}

wrongfully overlooked. To have}
come to Harrison College in such
circumstances was extremely un-
fortunate for Dalton, but it was

Somers Cocks himself who saved

what could have been an
ward situation.

awk-
The latter must

Yet

ARTHUR SOMERS COCKS

was to learn to accept defeat. Cer-
tainly, no one could have been
more magnanimous than Somers
Cocks was to the man who was
preferred to the coveted office in
his stead — no one could have
Leen mone generous in helping his
rival to make his regime a con-
spicuous success. “No one has had
better reason than myself,” Dal-
ton once wrote, “to appreciate the
value of his work at Harrison Col-
lege. When I became headmaster
in 1906, he was already the Senior
Assistant Master, with thirteen
years of service behind him, His
personal goodness towards me, as
I was taking up my new work,
and his loyal co-operation with
me during the sixteen years of ny
tenure of offic®, were of value be-
yond all expression in words.” ,

As it was, Somers Cocks had tu
wait until 1922 before he was ap-
pointed to guide the destinies of
the College, It was one of the
tragedies of Barbadian history that
within less than two terms of his
appointment his life came to a
sudden end. When Dalton re-
signed, his election as headmaster
had been “immediate and uncon-
tested” and it had been generally
hoped that he would have lived
for quite a time — he was then
only fifty-three — to continue the
new work he had begun with
characteristic enthusiasm and
with every promise of suc-
cess. “In high and = straight-
forward charucter,” Dalton had
said of him, “in his sympathy
with boys, in his wide knowledge,
always at the service of others, in
his remarkable power of teaching.
in his unfailing energy, in his
deep interest in €very part of the
life of the School, he came as near
as anyone I have known to the
ideal of a schoolmaster. gid
very many of his old pupils will
cherish his memory, not only as
an inspiring teacher, but as a
valued friend and sharer of al)
their interests.”

The qualities shown by Somers
Cocks, as an assistant master,
stemed to indicate that his regime
as headmaster would have been ;
fitting climax to the achievements
of Deighton and Dalton. Te
many his death, shortly after
entering on his new oifice, vzas |
en incomprehensible disaster. Yet
bis memory is still cherished by
all who realise what his life’s work
meant to the progress and welfare |
of Harrisen College. Perhaps only
the school poet can give “4

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expression to the feelings of those
who felt, at the time of his death,
as if a monument had fallen.

Honoured by all, and better, loved by all
He passes to his

orn t, while every breath
hose whe

m he made

en, though





tears may fall
Proc'aims “this is not death,’
He cannot die; for he lives on in those
Whose minds he moulded, who from him
have learned

To play the game until the Long Game's

close
And pass, with tourels earned.
So round his memory shall ever cling
The incense of the thoughts, with love
agiow,
Of those for whom life was a nobler |

thu

Recdine be made it 60.

(Next Saiurésy—CHARLES
PITCHER CLARKE)





|
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a a's |
a encouragement of Guiding in the}

order to further!
meaning LOCAL
ASSOCIATION, I would like to)
see a fully informative article|
published in the ‘Advocate’ for
the information of the General,
Public, |
ENTHUSIASTIC GUIDER. |

Hopkinson And Mrs. Hitler |

Community—in
elucidate the

Tuesday—If there is one thing an English-

Friday—Overheard:



NOBODY'S
DIARY

paying the politicians more money, but
with strings attached.
For every million dollars they reduce



the cost of living by each year they)®
ss

should get a handsome bonus,

Meanwhile they’ve got a cheek. They | &
come around and promise us Utopia and| %

all that and what happens? Somebody’s
doing well out of it but not the major-
ity. COL goes up and up and up. And
the first step to bring it down is to dock
the politicians wages with a promise

+
that they will get a bonus if they bring| %

home the baton. Meanwhile they ry |
%

quite enough for the results produced.

P.S. Are there any other Houses of |
Assembly besides ours where drinks | 2¢¢2¢6006eseeo0s

are on the taxpayer? If there is to be!
freeness why not invite the listeners in|
the gallery to join in? In that case there
might be more people listening to de-
bates.

Anything might happen.

man hates it’s being called hypocrite.
Normally I don’t call names because it’s
rude. But there are times when my
English blood seethes at the hypocrisy |

of some of my forefather’s descendants ,
who have one law for the Rhodesian}

and another for the Barbadian. In Cen-
tral Africa (that’s the two Rhodesias|
plus Nyasaland) the English desperate-
ly want to bring about federation: so
they think up a plan in which the Eu-
ropeans who didn’t go to Africa until
the West Indies had been colonized for
two hundred years, are to hoss a feder-
ation on African territory. But in the
West Indies where Europeans have been
sweating away opening up the islands’
and bringing them to the levels we have}
reached to-day, so far as England is con-
cerned there are no Europeans entitled
even to representation. They don’t count.

Indians yes. Chinese yes. Africans
yes. But Europeans? Oh no. In the col-
onies they live only in Africa and of
course they have rights in African ter-
ritory.

asa

But a European with rights in the
West Indies? Man don’t make me laugh.
Europeans forfeited their rights by not
being rich enough to go back to England
when the slave money was dished out.
It makes you think, doesn’t it? But
what do you think of a situation in
which the Lord Mayor of London city
can’t get a British passport because he’s
an Australian ?

Wednesdxy—Did you see that piece in Har-
old Nicholson’s biography about King
George V? When he visited Barbados as
a Prince on the Bacchante with his
brother an enterprising journalist of the
day cabled a story that the Princes had
“been tattoed on their noses.” This pro-
bably referred to the presence on their
noses of some parts of a hibiscus or lily
which the Princes had been smelling.
But their Royal mother availing herself
of the opportunity presented by the
newspaper story wrote to ask “how
could you have your impudent snouts
tattoed?”

Moral: In the best circles mothers
don’t stand on ceremony but bring up
their sons the hard way.

Thursday—There are so many clubs spring-
ing up around Paynes Bay that any day
I expect to see a sign hanging up from
the Fish-slab-shed saying “Club Sleepy”.

Even the Police Band went to brighten
up the place some nights ago. They stuck
it for just one hour.

Talking of the Police Band I wonder
the local musicians union stand for this
kind of competition. I’ve nothing against
the band myself, but it doesn’t seem
right that they should cover the hop-
market the way they do.

But perhaps what happened recently
will queer the pitch without bothering
the Union, People just are not going to
spend money on hiring the band and
advertising it to play at their hops if
just a few days before the great event
someone says you can’t have the band.
It must go to sea to perform in some
other island.

I have always maintained that the
Police Band should play during the
lunch hour in Queen’s Park every day
and nowhere else in Public unless in an
emergency.

To the smart-alecks who say “when
is the breakfast hour?” I would’ answer,
“when the shops shut.” It should not be
beyond the capacity of the Police Band
to find out when that is,

Meanwhile how do the musicians
make out? Do they undercut the Police
or are the Barbadians so constantly on
the hop that there’s room for the Police
Monopoly and others?

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you'll get for five dollars is the one I got
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952



Planters Seek Govt. O.K. On Marketing

Agricultural Society

Make Recommendations

_ THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY at its half yearly
General Meeting yesterday decided to ask Government
for its urgent ahd favourable consideration to recommen-
dations which they are putting forward in connection
with the establishment of a vegetable marketing centre.
The Society will pass on to Government information
received from Hong Kong through the Agricultural
Adviser to the Comptroller of Development and Welfare
concerning the operation of a marketing scheme there,

In addition, they will suggest traders. These factors are having
to Government that they obtain a deleterious effect on roduction

the most information possible which has greatly diminished in
concerning the marketing or- recent months, accentuated no
ganisations sponsored by the doubt by unfavourable weather

authorities in Jamaica, Trinidad conditions. The position has led to
and British Guiana. flagrant exploitation, with breach-

Part of the extract from the es of the law which are very diffi-
Colonial Reports, Hong Kong, cult to uncover in the prevailing
1950 which the Society will be circumstances, thereby allowing
sending to Government states: malpractices to continue to the dis-
“In September 1946, a vegetable comfiture of both producer and
marketing scheme similar to the consumer, Besides charging ex-

scheme started for marketing orbitant prices, these traders are
fish was introduced on the main. known, from time to time, to with-
land, hold sales if it sits them, to re-

All vegetables produced in the frain from buying produce for re-
new territories, mainland or im- tail and to allow produce to spoil
ported in that

area, are sold ~All with a view seemingly to
wholesale by the Government â„¢aintaining an unreasonable price
Vegetable Marketing Organisa- level and thus ensuring maximum

tion, the aim of which is to en- Profit with a minimum of outlay
sure fair and steady returns to 20d labour.
vegetable producers and reason.
able selling prices to consumers.

Alarm

inet " My mg oes A which, as is well
‘i e Co-operative nown, has for many years inter-
P ested itself in the welfare of all

It is intended that in due Classes of producers and has fos-
course this Organisation will be- tered agricultural production for

come a co-operative enterprise. the benefit of the island as a whole, Cheons of molasses and 1,800 car- Central Foundry’s dock.

Vegetables are collected by the VieWs with alarm the undesirable
Organisation’s lorries and con- tends oiNlined above on the econ-
veyed to the Wholesale market in $\â„¢y uusiaite aes population and
owloon where they are sold un- 2 stable | omic conditions
der the supervision of the Organi- meray which they engender,
sation’s staff. A deduction of 10% n the circumstances, my Soci-
is made from the wholesale price °tY Tone time ago appointed a
fo cever hanling ‘nd maseeing eal comme i
re me year, ithe quantity the illest te eee oa
of vegetables handled by the . et, E e the prob-
Organisation increased consider- !¢™m in so far as it was possible and
ably. Before the war, vegetable - report - oa. Committee of
production qwas only sufficient to che theit Riaaee ae PO done
meet one-fifth of the colony’s yas duly con-
needs. It is now estimated that sidered and approved by the Gen-
even with the present large popu- ee ee at its last Annual
lation, local producers are supply- Mee Ae uring the deliberations,
_ - ee aces osithe Uteaianar ce Dentimenl and
requirements of the colony. - ’
The Organisation has received Welfare agreed to obtain certain
valuable aid from Colonial Devel- information from Hong Kong
opment and Welfare funds. Grants Where it was understood that the
and loans from these funds have Colonial Development and Wel-
enabled it to purchase a fleet of fare Act has assisted in the estab-

Adviser ;
dviser to the in’ St.

island’s leading Sugar Factories
and discovered that this building
“as become, once more, the scene
of bustling activity.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





LABOURERS BUSY ON WATERFRONT

‘The waterfront was bustling
with activity yesterday morning,
One vessel the Moneka was tak-
ing a cargo of soap, Velvo-kris
lard and pottery, and this in-
volved the assistance of a number
of labourers,

The busiest spot, however, was
‘that opposite the Harbour Mas-
ter’s Office building where a
shipment of molasses was being
loaded in the lighters drawn up
alongside the wharf. The lorries
which brought the molasses to
the wharfside blocked the road
partially and as a result, im-
peded the course of traffic,

The centre of attraction, how-
ever, was the manner in which
the workmen handled the pun-
cheons of molasses. The _ skill
they exploited in controlling the
fast-moving puncheons amazed
everyone and accounted for the
‘swift completion of the job.

Evidently they worked with
‘their attention fixed on the
gloomy skies and were endeav-
‘ouring to complete their job be-
fore the rain which threatened
all morning.

Further down the wharfside,
lorry hands assisted the lighter
erews ir unloading the cargo of
cement brought to the island by
the S.S. Planter. This ship called
at Bridgetown on Wednesday
afternoon from London with
general cargo for the island.

MOLASSES FOR CANADA

Six hundred and fifty pun-

tons of rum were being loaded NEW CRANE

on the C.N.S. Canadian Con. ———-———

structor yesterday for shipment , Workmen were at work yes-
to Canada. : terday putting down a new crane
The vessel arrived yesterday ©! the wharfside of the inner

Careenage. This new crane is the
property of Manning & Co. Ltd,
and work is being carried out by
Messrs. D, M. Simpson Ltd. The
foundation for the crane has al<
ready been laid and yesterday
masons were laying cement.

FLOUR EXPECTED

thousand bags of
expected to arrive in

morning and is expected to sail
north any time today.

Another 53 puncheons were being
loaded on the SS Sunwhit for
Port Alfred.

The Sunwhit is consigned to
Plantations Ltd. This vessel] ar-
rived in port yesterday morning
from Montreal with generai
cargo for the island, This cargo



Forty-two
flour are

e
Through Rain
Reported

All Police Sub Stations re-
ported that there was no damage
reported due to yesterday’s incle-
ment weather. In St, Joseph the
rain began about 3.15 a.m. and
continued to fall steadily up to
5.30 a.m, This rain was accom-
panied by lightning and thunder.
There was no loss reported in
this area,

No Damag

consisted of 1,000 bags of Hen the colony between early Octo- oak eee “ie tueke aoe
Chow, 644 bags. of wheat flour, ber and December. The selling iontara as that district had
67 cases and 44 kegs of paint, price of this commodity has + aa a

and medicinal preparations. This
vessel also brought a great quan-
tity of pine lumber to the island.

ON DRY DOCK

anne | yimotor es vessel mioonne
which arrived in Barba- a ane p

irene arta, decade cunt of ny end mar

dry dock on Wednesday, 5 ow SERENE AAO

Ricardo arrived here to undergo, FISHING ON WHARF

extensive repairs after being at —~———

Martinique for some time await- Yesterday more than a dozen

ing repairs. people were on the lower end
of the Wharf fishing,

When the vessel arrived here, The catches made were chiefly
the Daerwood was then on jacks and small fish. These peo-
dock, and as a result, it had to ple — most of whom were boys
await the completion of repairs to fished nearly all evening, One of
the Dacrwood. During this time, them said that when the sun is
however, minor repairs were not shining, he and his compan~
carried out at its berth near the ions make good catches. Some-
times they prefer fishing at night.

been fixed at $9.58 (B.W.I. Cur-
rency) per 100 Ib, bag.

This price is inclusive of
freight, insurance, duty based on
general tariff, exchange based on
73.3%, bank charges and all other
charges,







Confectionery : New Industry

$3,000), and added to this there operator,

By VERNON FENTY

_ The Confectioners have arrived
in Barbados and with them the

tentative hope of a sort for the
relief of an overstrained economy.

It speaks well in this instance
for the soundness of our Pioneer
Industry Bill, and the practicabil-

ity of all that it is intended to
foster.

This week I visited Wakefield
John, once, one of the

Against the early morning sky,

16 diesel-engine lorries and have lishment and operation of a mar- the long disused brick chimney

helped in the establishment and keting scheme which was working
running of small village vegetable Satisfactorily in that territory, An
collecting centres. In recent outline of the scheme is now avail-

quietly breathes forth a dark wisp
of smoke from the roaring exhaust
of an oil-burning boiler which
generates steam in readiness for

whole United Kingdom,
told,) who can either build or of them required to weigh one
every other

as to work at closely control

a steam-heated kettle for cooking

months, two such centres have
been established in which farmers
themselves have taken over most
of the work previously handled by
the Organisation. In time it is
hoped that these centres will be
registered as co-operating Socie-

ties.
Steady Rise

In 1947, the first full year of its
,existence, the Organisation hand-
“led 19,427 tons of local vegetables
and 7,658.7 tons of imported, of
which the total wholesale value
was $7,348,690. These amounts
have steadily risen each year, and
the corresponding figures for 1950
were 36,173, and 13,036 tons re-
spectively, at a total value of
$16,650,928. The average price of
all vegetables per picul rose dur-
ing this period from $16.1 to $20.18
in 1949. In 1950, there was a
slight fall in price to $20.14,”

Mr. R. E. King who acted as
Chairman at the meeting yester-
day in the absence of Mr. F. E. C,
Bethell, said that tha Committee
which had been appointed to draft
a Resolution to pass on to Gov-
ernment in connection with the
marketing centre, had met on sev-
eral occasions and done much
work in getting information on the
matter. In such a scheme as they
were suggesting, it was necessary
to get all the available facts and
figures before they rushed on with




able and a copy, together with a
copy of the Report previously re-
erred to, are enclosed for your
information and for such action as
Government may consider appro-
priate and desirable. Application
has been made by the office of the
Comptroller of Development and
Welfare for a detailed description
of the marketing organisation, In
addition, my Society respectfully
suggests that Government obtain
from the neighbouring Govern-
ments of Jamaica, Trinidad and
British Guiana, the fullest inform-
ation possible concerning the mar-
keting organisations which are
sponsored by the authorities in
those territories and which should
be helpful in determining the type
of organisation most likely to be
suitable to local conditions.

the day’s production:

At about 5.30 each Monday, a
brand new three and one half tons
diesel-electric plant roars into life;
three indicator lights flash on and
the fore fingers of nearly a dozen
operators descend upon twice as
many electric push-buttons which
start the production line rolling,
In a large steam-heated kettle,
foreign nuts are immersed, and
after a specified time these are re-
moved and fed into a tall machine,
very much resembling a corn-mill
which removes the thin husklike
covering before passing them along
a conveyor belt unto stacks of
glisterIng aluminium trays.

From here on the sequence of
production is a divergent one.

Depending upon the nature of
the required products, the newly
cooked and blandished nuts may
go either into the making of ‘‘Mar-
zipans” sugared-almonds or an-
other thinly rolled and pasty sub-
stance which one may be apt to
term .as likened to a local Guy

Willing To Co-operate

In conclusion, my Society trusts
that Government will give urgent
and favourable consideration to
the general recommendations put
forward and, further, expresses its

willingness to co-operate fully Fawkes Day “stew-dumpling”.
with the administration and, in For “Marzipan = et
particular, at this juncture, to cooked almonds are fed into a

grinder which reduces them to a
texture of fine sawdust.

Mixed with balanced amounts
of different sugars and water, it
is then cooked in a steam-heated
revolving cooker being titurated

assist in facilitating, in any way
possible, such supplementary local
enquiry as may be deemed essen-
tial for the object in view.”

Hon. G. D. L. Pile said that the

(an experienced
lift some of the
the sugared nuts from either pan and
(I was promptly determine the number

are only two firms of specialised foreigner) can
copiper-pmiths throughogt

even repair them, Each pan like ounce, Despite the fact that large
piece of machinery quantities of various ingredients
throughout the factory is electric are being constantly added, if
eally-driven, and so constru they were weighed after the
operator had given his total it

speeds. Behind them twines a would be discovered that he is
maze of steam-pipes, strainers right. He always is.

traps, :.d valves with which the In the centre of the factory,
operator must be fully acquainted, stands other machines for the

Sugared Almonds manufacture of packaged custards
Between every two pans stands 4nd a variety of other products.

The factory employs a staff of

various ingredients which go into about 270 persons, of which the
the production of sugared-almonds manager and three others only
for which sole purpose those pans are foreigners,

are specially built. Into the pans

The whole atmosphere is rather
go a quantity of nuts; each pan homelike; but none the less efficient
revolving at a limited speed until because of this. The staff works
a specific temperature is reached, in three eight-hour shifts;
and over them goes a continuous beginning at 6 p.m,
stream of boiling syrup. This The majority of the workers are
actually goes on for about twenty engaged in the compounding of
hours in the course of which time custard powders for export, in
they are removed and variously which powders all but one of
treated, the ingredients are obtained from
If an oblong nut goes into one West Indian sources.
of these pans; the finished product. Responsible for all this activity
will be oblong, This stands true are Messrs, Kenyon Sons & Craven

full is dyed a different colour. which the local counterpart
A remarkable feature concerning operates under the name of the

this production, is that the Barbados Products Limited.



Enquiry Into Servant’s Death
Adjourned To September 24

HIS WORSHIP Mr. E. A. McLeod Police Coroner of
District “A” yesterday adjourned until September 24 the
inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of |
54-year-old Rhoda Waterman, a domestic servant of
Andrew’s Tenantry, St. Joseph.

Waterman was involved in an E. A. McLeod adjourned the in-
eccfdent on Retreat Road, ;St. quiry until September 24,
Joseph, with a bicycle on August
16 about 3 p.m. but died at the
General Hospital shortly after she
was detained.



James Gill alias “King George”

|
for nuts of any shape. Each pan- Limited of Rotherham, England, ;

a heavy deluge. One woman re-
ported that some of her clothing
which she left in the yard was
washed away by the rain but she
found some when she got up.

St, Peter also had a heavy
rainfall and some yards were
flooded,

According to Police figures,
Central received the heaviest
rainfall with 76 parts up to 6 a.m.
yesterday. Other figures were
District “A” 45 parts, District “B”
26 parts, District “C” 15 parts,
District “D” 71 parts, District “E”
32 parts, District “F” 61 parts,
Holetown 67 parts, Four Roads,
St. John 68 parts, Crab Hill, St.
Lucy 24 parts and Belleplaine, St.
Andrew, 21 parts,

BAND AT GARRISON.

The Police Band will play at
the Garrison Savannah tomorrow
at 5 p.m. The musical programme
will be concluded by the beating
of the Retreat by the drums.

This Sunday afternoon concert
on the Savannah will be a regu-
lar feature every month if it is
popular,

ENTRANCE CHANGED.

The entrance to the Central
Foundry Car Park is now oppo-
site Rediffusion buildings and the
exit on the Careenage side of the
ear park. The signs have been



changed to ease the flow of traffic
during peak periods and to re-
duce the congestion at the Bridge
Street corner,







JUST IN TIME

VEGETABLE
SEED—

BUY NOW!
ONLY A LIMITED
SUPPLY AVAILABLE!!

Original Now
7
PONE Seen OnE $50.00 $20.00 WORLD
gem le Vent 46.00 He
SPA cr ae 46.00 15.
Champs de Elysees .... 40.00 10.00 FAME
Fol, Arome ........... 35.00 10.00
Pour Troubler ........ 35.00 10.00
MRR EL ec eK CET A os 20.00 10.00 PERFUME
Vague Souvenir .... 30.00 10.00
Rue de la Paix 30.00 10.00 So
— = Russie ........ Sore a
eT ye 30.00 10,00
Coque D'or ............ 20,00 8.08 BUY NOW
Pour Troubler ......... 17.00 6.00
Dawamesk ............ 17.00 6.00 FOR
Quand Vient Lété ..... 17.00 v.00











PAGE FIVE



DRINK
CLAYTON’S



KOLA TONIC

DRASTIC
REDUCTIONS

IN
GUERLAIN'S





Committee was to be congratulated

on the work it had done. One
thing though, he had noticed that
He personally could say that if there was no mention of praedial
the island had a proper marketing larceny. He thought that Govern-
centre, he would be induced to ment should be asked to do some-
supply far more potatoes and other thing to stop it. It was a bad
vegetables than he did then. Such thing for a peasant to have a piece
a scheme did not necessarily mean of land with vegetables soon ready
that they would put hawkers out to be reaped, then to awake one
of work. but rather it would help morning and find that they were
to control things, and during times stolen.
of scarcity, it would prevent fabu- Other planters said that they
lous prices being asked for vege- had suffered loss by theives, and
tables. Either the producer or the one said that 238 holes of pota-
hawker could carry potatoes or toes were stolen from one of his
other items to the market. fields before he began to reap,
The Society adopted the audited
Cold Storage statement of accounts to June 30,
It was necessary to start with

1952.
cold storage facilities otherwise

it.

run, to represent them at a meeting in
When the Society write Govern- the Legislative Council Chamber
ment, they will state: at 11 a.m. on October 1 to discuss
“Government is no doubt aware plans which it is hoped will assist
ef the unsatisfactory conditions in keeping down the number of
which exist in the activities sur- cane fires during the next crop
rounding the disposal of agricul- season, The Society were asked
tural produce from the standpoint by the Colonial Secretary to ap-
of both grower and consumer. point two delegates to attend the
Complaints are numerous and in- discussions,
cessant, not only in regard to the Also attending this meeting will
staging of the commodities for sale be delegates from the Barbados
to the public, but equally to the Producers’ Association, the Sugar
exorbitant prices demanded by @ On Page 6.

Decrees Absolute Granted

In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial! Causes yesterday, His
Lordship the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore, Kt., granted the
application for Decree Abso-
lute in the suit of O. Morris, Peti-
tioner and C. E. Morris, Respond-



tioner and A, G. Swire, Respond-
ent. Decree Nisi was pronounced
on the Ist August,

Mr. F. G. Smith, instructed by
Messrs Haynes and Griffith, Soli-
citors, appeared for the petitioner.

His Lordship pronounced De-

all the while until the desired
constituency is effected, It is then
packed into special copper-lined
drums of about one quarter ton
capacity each,

cessed into the final product.

copper-pans,

the whole outlay with the excep-

_ The Society appointed Mr. R. E.!and great care is required in their
the centre could not possibly be King ang Mr, C. O, Armstrong] proper operation as each one costs

Dr, E, L. Ward who performed
the post mortem examination yes-
terday told the court that the skull
of the deceased was fractured on
the left side and in his opinion
death was due to shock and hae-
morrhage following fracture of the
skull.

In answer to the Coroner, Dr.
Ward said that the fractured skull
could have been brought about if
the deceased had fallen on her
head,

Rupert Catlyn (21) of Parris
Hill, St. Joseph said that while he
was riding his bicycle along Re-

and shipped to
England, there to be further pro-

Down one side of the building
stands a row of steam-heated
built to operate
centrifugally, These pans comprise
about the most expensive part of

tion of the Diesel-electric plant

which costs three thousand tio, Road on August 16 the de-
pounds ($14,400). ceased suddenly dashed across the
Built throughout of copper, poad and there was a collision,

these pans resemble in shape, one

f locall de “Ash-t > The deceased fell to the ground
of our locally made ‘‘Ash-trays,’

and he noticed that she was bleed-
ing from the nose.
At this stage His Worship Mr.

wf Maidens Lane, St, Michael was
remanded without bail until Sep-
tember 26 when he appeared be-
fore His Worship Mr, E, A, Mc-
Leod, Police Magistrate of District
“A” yesterday charged with coin-
mitting robbery with violence on
August 8,

Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting in
the preliminary hearing for ihe
Police from information received.

FINED 20/- a!

A fine of 20/- in 14 days or 14
days’ imprisonment with herd
labour was imposed on Dudley
Seales of Deacon's Road by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn who
found him guilty of inflicting
bodily harm on Ianthy Drayton.

The offence was committed
August 20.



on

REMANDED. |
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“SEEDS THAT
SUCCEED ”









Beet, Cabbage, Carrot, Cu-
cumber, Squash, Broccoli,
Parsley, Onion, Leck, Pep-
per, Thyme, and 50 other
kinds of Flower and Vege-

table Seeds.

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD.

Also sold at “THE Flower

Shop” Aquatic Club Gap











ent. Decree Nisi was pronounced
on the 8rd of July.

cree Nisi in the suit of M. E. Cox,
Petitioner and W, M. Cox, Re-

Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by spondent. There was no order as
Mr. E. D. Rogers, Solicitor, ap- to costs.
peared on behalf of the Petitioner. Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by
Decree Absolute \ also grant- Mr. E. D. Rogers, represented the





ed in the Suit of W. Swire, peti- petitioner.









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Rulers 4c., 14c. ea,

Leads 4c., 6c., 9c. ea.

Pen Nibs Ic., 6c., 8c., 20c.

School Bags $4.49, $5.29, $6.11
ea.

Pencil Boxes 2/6, 3/-, 3/6, ea.
Plastic Pencil Cases 3/6 ea.
Memo Books at 4e., 6c., 8c.,
15c., 30c., 40c. ea,
Fountain Pens 3/6, 4/-, 5/- ea.

Hard Back Books 2/6, 3/-,
3/6 ea.

Hard Back Books 7/6 & 2/6
Single Line Exercise Books






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5 Only 22in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES .

TO CLEAR—ONLY $5.00 EACH.

6 Only “SOLO” SPRAYERS

THE ONE-MAN SPRAYER WHICH SPRAYS ON BOTH THE
UP_ AND DOWN STROKES. IDEAL FOR TREES, VEGE-

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Coinpasses 24c. ea.
Dividers 36c. each
Paint Boxes 1/6, 2/-,

ea.

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Paint Brushes size 6 16c., size

Ball Point Pens 3/- ea. 18¢,

Refills 1/3 ea.

Dip Pens 6c., 20c.

Pen Holders 4c., 6c., 3c.
Drawing Books 20c., 30c. ea.
Color Crayon 15c., 30c,

Short Hand Nete Books 1/3 ea.

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the following—
Socket Screws, Brass Door
olts, Cupboard Catches,
W.C. Seat Hinges,

“STANLEY” HAND AND BREAST DRILLS, SINGLE
AND DOUBLE f JE IRONS, SOCKET FIRMER
CI AND GAUGES.

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ng many other useful items we have just received

Brass Flush Bolts, Key-
hole Escutcheons, Turn-
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Rings.

















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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952

Planters Seek Govt. = GOVERNMENT NOTICE

CLAS SIFIED AD Ss | PUMIC SALES |OUPLEC NOTICES
O.K. On Marketing The Secretary of State for the Colonies has advised this Govern-

TELEPHONE 2599 i REAL ESTATE a NOPICE
til p: THE N
“CRANE HOUSE” he the E ; ATION OF BARBADOS
t R â„¢m ment that a limited number of SEATS along the Coronation Route
rom page 5 Sighting, and Ratoon Tillage. can be made available to persons no cealks ox Mihai
Pr ' M p 2 rmally den
Producers’ Federation, the Barba-|_ At the end of the meeting, Mr. |The cost is £5.10.0. for a covered seat and £3.10.0, for an uncovered







































rophet, priest, and
& Ss, a leader, and com-
jer, To The Nation, the interpreia-








d to hear, and to witness, the
The House contains six bedrooms, dr

are specially invited, to
sie incomes tween ee FOR SAI E of Saint Phitip standing on 12° acres|
ED | é 1 rood and 22 perches of land. oF






BLOW —On 1052, TohD JCLUNES | ee neem ling, dining and living rooms and usual




















Rilow, at h ¢ Haynes Court, ffiee : p :
St.John. 1 will leave “Geneva”, AUTOMOTIV offices on of fhe Vision will be performed and "
ae Funeral % nm. toway tor dee ee >a ae, will be see tor sale at} cvplained by A.B. Henth, at Sugar Hil. dos Workers’ Union, and the Com-| Robbinson mentioned that he| .
the Westbury Cemetery. No flowers by] , CAR—One Morris 8 Hu, Just repaired 28 atition on day the 26tn]t. Joseph, on the 20th day of September | missioner of Police, the Fire Offi-| would soon be leaving the island | sea
ay of September 1952 at 2 p.m, at the) i? at sharp 4 p.m. To the world’s}cer, the Director of Agriculture|for good and thanked members Persons who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity should



request tyres and Battery as new and - in | ofice’of the : ; Pp .
of Pere.) AS notstall te atene, and the Acting Labour Commis-|of the Society for being allowed/;,...:4 their names in writing to the Colonial Secretary’s Office.




















































































































































































































































































H. Mildred Blow, 20.9.52—in. | 00d working condition. Phone 41%5 med. | ;

WALCOTT_On Sept. 19. 160% Sehjarnin ete ces He ” NS ———— ___* S—" | sioner. tw address them on certain Agri- ; :

Walcott. ‘The funeral will leave his} CAR—1®7 8 H.P. Morris Sedan, re- THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE : cultural subjects atvarious times, Not more than two tickets will be allocated to each applicant, and
late residence, Bank Hall Cross Road cently repainted and checked. Mechani-] —5ji,1 2043 and make an aonoluimer one er Oe ae Mr. W. H. Knowles and Mr. tickets will not be transferable.
near Peterkins Land at-4.30 p,m. this] cally. Telephone 8409. P0045. 20. | 10” Gverionk “the following mrcnenins| OSWALD LOST POLICY ss naving}J; 4. Robbinson two members of| Mr. King said that all members 20.9.52.—-2n
ee et crea te attend." | CAR — Gun Word Pretecti Gar is0i, | Ao are priced to sel de sworn deposition that Policy No.§the staff of the Department of | of the society might not have ee ae
Alice Walcott (wife), Mrs. Eileeng Owner driven 7,400 miles. As new ora pullt of stone with land,| 49,80 on his lite bas been lost, and Agriculture, gave a resumé of the'noticed that it had been publish-
Vaughn, Mrs. Ivy Grandison and] Owner bought new car. Ring 6115 or! yf's99. ark at Constitution Road, 1 anes oe sree experimental - work the Depart-|ed that prices of certain ground
eee ee ae Ss, -. 20.9.52—3n.}* i>)” Stone bungalow with water and| NOTICE i hereby given that unless § Ment had been doing since the last | provisions had been increased,
: CAR_Stylemaster Chevrolet Car, in| USBt, together with 2 acre of land at}eny objection Is raised within one month meeting of the Society. Mr. Rob-\but he wanted to thank all the
good condition, good tyres. Price $1.440.]~ (5) "Hoa, Sea ees £1880. o! the date hereof the duplicate Policy | binson spoke on “Soil Potash”,|members who had given so much
IN MEMORIAM Apply Clifton A. Roberts, Roberts Man- | ;, 2») hg ren sng Lent with} aked for will be issued. Soil Nitrogen Maggasse Applica- | ti in forwarding to Govern
wfacturing Co. Ph 4263 2910. = % ee ne, . : ~)} time ,
— ———— Oe OOS 19.9.52 35. | oy ame property at Fite Village, tion as Manure, and Filter Press|ment the reasons on account of} 00...
EDWARDS—In loving memory of our St. James, £450. Mud as Fertiliser. Mr. Knowles|which there was a necessity for :
dean Mother and Grandmother] “TRUCKS—New Morris 5 ton Trucks | cp ep Pymee Gand at Maxwell Road, spoke on thr ivati .
Adora McNicol who fell asleep ©] s4'99¢.00. Equipped with six Snoder ine Chvist Church. Can be bought on terms.| —— ee new cultivating | increased prices. The new prices °
the 20th September. 1947, HP. O.H.V. Engine, large att deal at (8) One property called “Colleen” on systems, Ploughing and Cane Hole 'are prices they submitted. Hurricane Precaution & The M.V. “MO i sass nin
Til memories fade, and ute e-] cvixiilary gear box for cane ground work. |S se@,#* Worthing, tea] 2 ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE cept Cargo and ngers for
Yow! tive forever in our hearts. eure Le helper springs, shock ® ~tamby" at Welches, ‘Christ “Church VAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC, LONDON Dominica, Antigua, Mon t,
Bank awards ‘dsugnter), "Agata Bd | Deorbere, alt Found. “Can be supplied |y-cgr "at these are Vacant “and very] y \pe treory‘exam takes pisce a we] | OPENING TO-DAY HINT NO. 20 nis ene
te hat the Th .
nees apenas ein, FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. sired: Wee Se a Coemere’ Yisuhne Convent on Saturday, October kk. dtes
Telephone 4504 i2—5n . aco . wth 1962. At 9.45 e “CARIBBEE” will
— Auctioneer,

HACKER — naman af Mowe) “VARAusiin, C108 Sway owt Nie Sion, [At torn’ ‘ana tow mot ve is |] SATURDAY 20h SEPTEMBER comma, Corey 96 Peavenaees tc
ae ay tee York oh sibs Delivery Van in good condition. Charles 19.8.3-2, oo ; A. INNISS. After a ‘hurricane—-Help Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
away @ ew WT ep dpm neye hiner —ttpmen merase 9.5 i i j
1306, EDP Iee Be Con, FAB. all O88. LAND—One Acre and 18 Perches of 20.9.8—1n- ne Relies orenee by aE eee

The only links death cannot sever -9.52—4n. | jong. Situate at Rendezvous Road, Ch.| 0 ee i INGTON clearing minor debris from B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
They. tive Sacaeercc= ‘ook. etic _—— S208 a P En ON off the road ways in front ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Tavetg last gift, ELECTRICAL ae - - of your house. Consignee, Tele. No. 4037
Remembrance. newly renovated three public are hereby warned against Marhill Street 20,9.52—2

Rawlin Wackett | (husband, Sar and BATTERIES “Reliance” Batteries al) |bedreomed | house, all modern con: 8 een Tae ge igen \ eee P
Allan (sons), Lisle and a ‘ vy-duty for cars, truck veniences, ng on nearly ne et en eee ore oe hig oc iri
(brothers), May, Elsie ond Iva Phi \caclors. Guaranteed 18 months. Ae of irrigated for kitehen gardening) responsible for her or anyone else con= Grill Room, Bar & Snackette on Ist Floor _ © x
(sisters). 9 9.52—In.|cyele Batteries guaranteed 12 months, | 2¢@F Paradise Beach Club. Phone 0104, | tracting any debt or debis in my name Restaurant & Bar on 2nd Floor de

Fiectric Sales & Service Ltd 16.9.52~4n.] unless by a written order signed by me.
LETT—%» loving memory of a dear 20,.9.52—3n a ARTHUR INNISS,
other and ‘pelayse 2 ben Bepter| * be 7 — MENU — for to- day
Nebiett, who fell asleep on ‘ptem- FREEZERS—Coldrator 6 cu. f , :
hae, 104 ar st Euarantee, eta eae’ ineuiation ncThe, enpeeised price of 35,000.09 not 20.9.52—2n. ~ FRUIT COCKTAIL :
Gone but not forgotten, zr icatoer jamps. Electric Sal avir en receive ‘or tO -

Samuel Neblett (Curacao, husband), Keith | Service Ltd. Phone 4629 ie Sales &) Vv ecgel “T. B, RADAR", OF FERS for the ANNOUNCEMENTS ’ CREAM OF CHICKEN > | aie
and Roy (sons), 20.9.62—1n, —20.9.82—an. | Pumghase of te same are iavited. é GRILLED SIRLOIN STEAK .

ch offers Ye subi 3] ——<_—_—

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ELECTRIC TOASTERS — “Premier 5¢#led envelopes to be Flan rope The] MAKE EXTRA MONEY — Big cash























































































































THANKS line, Good quality for bargain prices. Ts in area te ess idings,} 5rofits fll or spare time. Sell Personal GARDEN PEAS — CARROTS VICHY
POLLARD — We desire through this G2* queries (66. heen ee ne ee eee. ter AEs Cone Soe Goncins Pees: JULIENNE POTATOES SOUTHROUND
3 . . 50 -— es Mf
medium to thank all those kind 20.9.52-—3n. @n the Ist October the sealed envelopes Al os oe appr . e Wri URReL x TUF .
© Cards, | Sanremo Y Also 20 beautiful box assortments. Write HEESE CRACKER cae, Sheomer Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
faa a rruunaee wrt tears FLUORESCENT Tubes, Starters, Ballasts, vie Gourt the eae Se we ee ig] Air Mail. CYPHERS CARDS CO., 6 W. ¢ . on i ‘S ‘KIM Serer AT YT Sist August 12th
our recent bereavement, caused by Holders. “e uaity, tune bet wae Bt het oar in the presence of “the Chief furso St., Bafelo, Hy COUPE ARLINGTON STEAMER ua a A oth ee ote tes Sane
h of dear Mother, Balen | andes ig Fixtures all types. Regan 7A RE Oe ene asd . Meet tbat, switghes and geces- |” Pen dunt perticuiare soply. to: NOTICE CAFE NOIR A STEAMER .. .. .. 10th October 14th 26th October
rac tavia St. Hill, Mrs. Eva Mitche Sales & Serv! =) as rT, T. oe . *
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Teas 4 8 3.9.52—an, to 25th beth days imelusive. In- , : ‘ALCOA PPritan” Due Barbados September 14 rence ports.
(grandeson) - oy md oft Sut seanveg etd nis oe stead of 27th as was advertised in For Reservations — Dial 4730 Dee hembudcns ching
$$$ oall early. R. C. Maffet * co Ltd. aUCTION By I te oe Apply :—DA COSTA & CO. LTD.--CANADIAN SERVICE
= | SBemt le atl aa iis a S. a
B On RENT iehiiehiihesieabbasuiidietontensrecntet: I have been instructed by the Come Hindsbury pene te oe
—— |, REFRIGERATORS—Cubic capacities 5,}missioner of Police to sell at Central Bt eT SER ee en wR eh ere nee NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
HOUSES sand 8 cu. ft. New and second-hand | Station on Monday, the 22nd September, aaa tts » % ’
w rantees. American, Canadian]at 2 p.m. the following items:— oe S/S “ALCOA PURSTAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct.
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THE BURNETT TROPHY presented by Sir Robert Burnett & Co.,,
Ltd. to the Barbados Tornado Association for local competition.

LEAGUE CRICKET NOTES

By SCRIBBLER

In a tense atmosphere, Ranger

and Notre Dame are fighting a
grim. battle for Championship
‘ ; of the City Division

I the Champions, saw the
i passing from them at
the close of the first day’s play
when they were 91 for 7 in reply
to the Notre Dame's total of 141
angers, however, found L.
r and Blackman capable of
rising to the occasion and in a
crisis knock the score was taken
safely past that of their opponents’
and the total when the innings
closed was 191. Barker was 50 not
out and Blackman scored 39.









Notre’ Dame making another
bid to wrest honours from the
Richmond Land team _ replied

with a second innings total of 194
for the loss of 4 wickets. Con-
tributing to this fine total, C.
Daniel scored an undefeated 107
and Cumberbatch 44.

The game, therefore, is at the

very interesting stage of Notre
Dame leading with 152 to their
credit and 6 wickets intact.

Rangers will have to race against
the clock if Notre Dame remain
at the wicket for more than two
hours to-day.

Centuries

Daniel's century is
from the point of view that. it
when Notre Dame most
needed runs and also it was a per-
sonal triumph in that in the first
innings he scored a half century.
This is by no means an easy task
against Rangers, with bowlers
of the calibre of Barker who ap-
peared in trials for the island,
Blackman, Pinder and White.

Another player to join. the
ranks of century makers was the
Police Boys’ Club batsman,
Blanchette, who I understand is
under the watchful eye of the
former West Indian batsman
George Carew. Blanchette scored
113 for the St, James club against
Northern Progressive.

This is the second Boys’ Club
player this season to reach three
figures, Earlier in the season, G.
Sobers of Bay Street, performed
the feat against Chamberlain, It
is not often that two centuries are
scored in a day by B.L.C. cricket-
ers,

These centuries bring the list
to seven, Clarke of Rangers
scored two, Rogers of Radcliffe
one and Mason of Rangers the
other.

noteworthy

came



Heavy Scoring

This century by Blanchette
enabled his club to return the
creditable score of 264. H. Wil-
liams 27 and L. Francis played
supporting Innins. At the draw-
ing of stumps Northern Pro-
gressive had lost five wickets for
39 runs,

Another team to pass the two
hundred mark was Rangers B.
Playing against Advocate they
ran up the formidable score of
284. To this Mason, who missed
his second century of the season
contributed a score of 92. Pinder
was 59 not out, In their turn at
the wicket Advocate scored 110







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for the loss of 5 wickets, Parson
scored 32,

Bay Street Boys

Bay Street Boys gave St. Mat-
thias a bit of leather hunting.
The Boys occupied the wicket
first and returned a score of 197.
Chief scorers were Greenidge 49
Best 43 while Daniel took 5 for
76. St. Matthias accepted gamely
the challenge of the Boys and at
the close of play had scored 60
for the loss of one wicket. Apple-
waithe hit 29 and Daniel is 20 not
out,

In another game of the Carlisle
division Belfield “B"” dismissed
Evergreen for 80 and at the close
of play. were within sight of a
first innings lead with 65 for the
loss of 4 wickets, For Evergreen
Forde scored 31 while for Belfield
K. Davis took 4 wickets for 34
runs and V. Weekes 4 for 10.
Weekes is 22 not out for Belfield

Day Less

Victory was achk-eved by
of the clu in two days of their
three-day fixture. In the Central
Division, Kendal held Belmont to
low scores, Belmont scored 60
and 72, Roach taking #4 for 15 in
the second innings, E. Browne 8
for 21. Kendal replied with 105
and 43 for 3.

St. Augustine enforced the fol-
low on in their game against
Danes. To St. Augustine's first in-
nings score of 241 Danes replied
with 77. J. Bryan took 5 for 18
and Wickham 5 for 20. Following
on Danes could only raise 65
against the St. Augustine pair
Bryan therefore had a match
analysis of 9 for 37 and Wickham
9 for 34

three!









Yorkshire, in the City divi
ion, took full points from Bel-
field. Belfield scored 98 and

Yorkshire replied with 53. At this
point it was Belfield to crack and

they were dismissed for 44 York-
shire achieved victory with a
total of 93 for 6. In the York-

shire’s first innings Skinner took
5 for 6 while L. Blackett scored
29 and Hammond 20 in York-

hire’s second innings, L, Blackett

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ASSISTANT PURSER,FOUR DECKS BELOW
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By 0. S.

ONE of my readers com
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I devoted most of my
letter for
the same day the letter arriv
yachting trophy which sent
able amount of yachting dats





Perpetual Trophy

The cup, I have been informed :









of the Tests.

It would be natural then, these
yachtsmen claim, for the winnet
of such a Test series to be looked
upon as the Annual Champion
Tornado for

no doubt prove to be a fitting Trinidad in 1951, son, the secretary, is improving petition would
trophy for the winning skipper The next Tornado race takes steadily and surely, while cooler fantastic 25, ten
and crew. place on Sunday at 10,30 a.m weather has brought out an in- njne holes.

Five Test Series
At the moment the Barbados
Tornado Association is staging a
Test series of eight races in order
to select the three best Tornados



= 38 Thunder—Mr. J. M
Bladon, 32 points in 5 races.
T/K 86 Fury—Mr. T. H. H.
Wilkinson, 31 points in 4
T/K 34 Comet—Mr. E
28 points in 4 races,

Best Six in Eight

races

M. Leach,

At the end of this series, a
Tornado skipper is only allowed}
the total points of his six best;



races, In other words if a skipper
has sailed in all eight races he
can drop the two races in which}
he had gained the least points. |
On the other hand if a skigper|
has missed a race or two these}
will automatically be dropped. \

The Burnett Trophy is at present |
the only trophy owned by the{
Barbados Tornado Association and

is to be raced for strictly under!
their auspices
Three Others

There are, however three othe:
trophies for Tornado class yachts
which are as follows:-

1. The Brandram Hendersor

for Yorkshire took 3 wickets for

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10 and Straughan 3 for 6.
Left Hander

Two left handers were in the!
news on Saturday. In the Maple |
vs. Lanes. match inthe South, |
Bourne took 6 for 16, thus play-
ing a big ‘t in the dismissal of |
Maple for Only batsman to
reach double figures was Pile.
Lanes at the wicket scored 54 for
the loss of four wickets, Left
hander S, Crichlow took 5 for 21
for Invincible against George
Park, Invincible had batted first
to score 72 and the Parkites ex-
periencing some difficulty against
Crichlow’s slows, obtained the
lead by 7 runs,

In the Greens vs.
game Majestic
Greens, rented
Greens, L
2, E. Eleock 3 for 2.

At Boarded Hall Cambr idge and



Majestic
scored 97 and
with 101 For
Brathwaite took 5 for

Shamrock each completed their |
first innings, Cambridge batting
first were all out for 81, Lewis

coring 32 not out. Shamrock re-




pled with 98. K. Wharton con |
tributing 32. For Cambridge Gill}
cok 4 for 33 and for Shamrock

Smith took 5 for 19 and E Clarke |}
+ for 34,

Seores in the Drax Hall-Union |
Globe match were Drax Hall 192
and Union Globe 85.

In the Cyclone vs. Standard
match Cyclone ‘scored 61 and
Standard replied with 87 Denny

took 6 for 11 for Standard, Good-
ridge 3 for 9 and for
Gilkes took 5 for 17

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/ WERE ONLY
\ A PORTHOLE Lf
== DOWN HERE"

space to
reference but it is a peculiar coincidence that on

‘ornado Associa- Tornadoes
tion by Messrs. Sir Robert Burneti ¢



be of

that year and would skippered by Mr. E. L. G

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





COPPIN:

plained this week in a very
igh I covered other sport yet
cricket. I have filed his

ed I was shown a handsome
me off collecting a consider-
A.

The trophy takes the form of a Paint Trophy presented to the
beautiful Silver Challenge Cup Fcyal Barbados Yacht Club for eq
which has recent been presented annual competition

This was
d for during the 1952 yacnting

ented to the
ib for the

ntercolonia!



Trinidad
winning team in
Tornado races. This

eht Club for the Tornado or
points in an
< es.

This wa

won by Vamoose

ereased
through the past week.
entries
eeived for the



Two Cyclists For

to Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on the 2nd
October.

The local Association are hoping
that it will be possible to send
iown a third cyclist Holborn
Boys are
man cycle and athletic team.











“T's

thrilling

says Jean Kent



by Barbodos tain and
first com- Ny, G,

Mr. Egan
captain for the

Trophy, presented to the Trinidad Previous
should be presented to the winner y will
skipper securing the highest num- balanced judgment and keen en- Lady

Intercolonial thusiasm.

benefitted the
Hoad in Ger the supervision of R. J. Pear-

Vidmer
while Colin

also sending a sixteen- John Rodger.

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J. O'DOWLD EGAN and Mrs. Richards Vidmer will|
lead the players through the coming season-at the Rockley |
They were elected men’s and
ladies’ captains, respectively, at the annual members meet- |
ing held at the club house on Thursday evening, in each

Golf and Country Club.



Tornade Assoc. Gets Handsome

case the choice being unanimous.

Richards

is a perpetual trophy to be raced : z Wate. Mrs. Vidmer
for annually by “Tornado” clas; “48 won by Barbados in Trinide( through the
yachts in Barbados, It has also ‘ October, 1951 Col. Vidmer
been suggested by some of the Tr 4 Barbados team was as ¢lected captain
leading yachtsmen, that, as Inter- 5 )jows for four years
colonial racing in this class ha Tamoose (Mr. E. L. G.

recently been instituted that ana Mr. Len Hoad) Edril (Mr. another. Mr.
whenever the Barbados Tornado | , C. Perkins and Mr. Jack serving his
Association is holding a Test series jy ) Cyclone (Mr. J. C

in preparation for selecting the 2.4 Mr. P. R. Ince.

best boats and their crews to re- 3 The Alpnonso De Lima member.
present Barbados, that this trophy -

The recent

Sixteen

the week-end.
regained the top of the
men’s ladder, defeating J. Egan,
Bayley moved
third position with a victory over
Bayley immediately
challenged Egan

(J. Arthur Rank Organisation

The new captain then appoint-
Vidmer as vice-cap- 50n's
selected was accepted and the match
afternoon,

challenge
conjunction

together they
Daysh and P. D. McDer- [or
members of the

Mrs. Roy Wilson and Mrs. H. V.
assistants on the has

2 mott as
& Co., Ltd, Distillers and Bottlers season, January to June and was Committee. Mrs.
of Burnett’s White Satin in, won by Vamoose, skippered by
through their local agents, Mcssr Mr. Tony Hoad, King as her
H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. The W. F. Bryden Trophy Be i

Yacht women's section of the Committee.
a has served

was ladies’
1950-51

Hoad golf committee in one capacity or

McDermott will be

second -

Nicholls term as a committeéman, making vette the
r , . r 7 er pos. .

Commander Daysh the only new Tho rather remarkable feats of

Commander

be compensated for by his Daysh’s net 25 for nine holes and

However, his
experience

rains
course,

number of

this
Golf Two
named will be

other
Vidmer played

moved

as vice-
past year while
captain
campaign.

ognition

Benjamin, while

consecutive failed in her

lack of
undoubtedly the past week
Dangan’s
seventh.
Daysh turned in

have greatly under par, on

players Lady Dangan’s
have been re- and
September

On Thursday R.

have been held
intO Pena Rhin track

and they will tion.—U.P.

once with warm water, once with cold.

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meet today, while William Atkin-
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when he BE. A.
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wil attempt to displace Raymond

the week with a victory over Mrs. eo
King, but Mrs. Geoffrey Manning
challenge to Mrs.

retaining
were

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Monday,
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The same

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was remarkable
Beer put her tee shot in the pond

Mug competition, which will take posible, you say, recognizing the

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c 1 WHAT'S Ohi TODAY new. i rrlrhM i var.oua pour* fcRA RlSa Stvaot > mrnl Itlflr >. % %  (. %  Extra Mural #.*• Catinctl. WhUap-rl Tor On riuH that lacks aaUUnn "Garni! the atrastas Uiat naad raaiauine* Pol lite lulura In lha dlatanca .Wat 0M finod that I CU an ESTABLISHED 18 SATl'RDAY SK-KMBKK 20, I52 PRICE FIVE CENTS YESTERDAY S Wli %  Codrmfi Ml **mfall far tlar %  •n 41 part* HifBkaa, r.fii*-*l,ta M i 't %  Wind Vakirm |ia milr, aat %  "-*>•" •. *" U.N. Security Council Reject Resolution On Vietminh 10-0 U.S. Will Enter Indo-China War Malik Charges UNITED NATIONS, New York. Sept. 19. THE Security Council rejected ten to zero the So vie' draft resolution calling for admission uf the ••democratic republic of Vietnam. United States delegate Warren Austin said he voted against Malik's resolution because the "democratic republic of Vietnam is simply a name given by Vietminh to Vheir rebellion." The Council adjourned at 5.41 pm. GMT. The Soviet Union also cast three consecutive vrtots in thr Secunt Troops Guard AI Khoury's a/ Residence frum Ml Vunrttn: BEIRUT Sept. 19 A strong data I troops stood guard %  round the .summer residence at Aii*> 'viici. unted I'n'-i.. t.ii.i At Kho.irv telio | He | cOUB Guard! posted rJ Parliamentary OppntiHnn l4* swirt InvcKlupit'on of the alleged l OfTUI Uon ri the AI Khoury regime and gn.-e'nrmvit guarantee* thai the deposed. President would not le premttted to l> Council to kill the membership %  ppUoationf of Cambod and Vietnam. The Soviet Union at United Slateof planning to intervene directly in the lnd.Chinaae civil war. Jacob Malik Com United States ruling circles attempt to set up a pretext la ft open and flagrant ml'ivention by United State* force* in Vietnam.' Malik said that the pre. at I French-American effort | UnltOd Nationmembership to.' Laos, and Therefore, the ntovkrl added. Russia frill veto 'he Unf applications. Another Korea Malik said that the United States plans to use the samemethods in Indo-China as in Korea. "This colonial would he covered up liy tin United Nations' nag," Malik argued for the admission of the Bed controlled Vietnamese rflgun • which is described by the. KU8.v-Mimption of po flans as the "Democratic Rrpu >-,,,,1 ft lie of Vietnam. Malik said; French and American masters of these puppets have taken extraordinary mM IT* including the unusual me i hod ol %  poaaorlnsj theli United Nation" applications. Ijist March. Secretary of State Acheson was compelled to recognise that lha rdtllotlon in Indo-China Vfaa serious, and called on the French general command to set up native force* In Vietnam." Malik then .... ,I,-I statement h Houae of Representatives' Foreign Affairs Commute.by Defence Sicretary Robert 1-ovett that the cessation of hostilities In IndoChina would free 10 to IS divisions thai could be used In Europe. M .lik laid "This iv why Ach %  con h.i asked to set tin native Vietnam. This is why Prance has placed their mrmbci ship applications before the Security Counci'. In the liKbl of ihe-facts it Is easy to understand this plot about setting uc punpets in Indo-Chm-i and gettlnn into the United Nation'. United State* rullni rirclr, attempt to set u > a pretext for an open and Hanoi intervention bv United Halo forces in Vietnam." Malik devoted a large portion of his 30-minute speech to statement* .,nd mint ions drsimed '• Bhw that •'Fr^nch-Ame^ir^n' %  : %  r i ft I" !nri"-Chinn r falhtre and thnt the pnol" of •J*. nni "iinwiri the Hssaaj "puppot" Oft** ff tlWlll —f I* Egypt Asks Communist Far A rms Dolls To Look And Supplies Like Workers i /'PIT Price* for i "rorisioifs Go Into Force Note l hr Increase In tbr prices ol errand previsions noli. MM 1 I 'NOON. Sept 19 The Mnti i Foreign Office slated on Friday that it ha< re.. Br,in ItolU air lo lose their formal request from Exypt tot •'fiU angelic look". u> arms and supply < ommuMlM orders clven U requc u being "atudled," Bast German to) manufarturForeign Office vpokeaman era Inalead. they must be Tht rSQJUl "reaiMUe" maul preferably ish ainbassador in Cahro BsT dressed In worklni rlothes and Miph Slcv.*n-,.ti iw days aao tractor ovrralK. and receivedat ihe t Cape Town : Johannesburg'-. Offler m Uindon yesterday. Tin, ItahU and smoke are ob-eorarms ir-quested bv Egypt include ini the vlrw of the milky way, some which have bson so that the ten-inch photoed befnre the embargo imposed fraphtr telescope of the t'nlss by the Brttlrri Oom Obaer%'aaory Is bebis; moved autumn following clashes in the oat of the elt>. The irowth of Sue/ v,'anal tone. Arms earlier Ull buildings nearby Is another ordered by Egypt but reason for the shift, said l>r livered were understcxid t< In-ll Ing which a was rabtishrs d.i s Newspaper look m I'II, rffeel. dr F ll .'inp t anlroller of Supplies. uM yesterday. The dstrs given In reap ci ol rddoes and >am* **".* rajTSBM S^t-s 1 he said. Ji -ie apalk-aUe lo any ye*r Truman Will Be Asked To Settle Oil Dispute Jews Are Ambassador Will Celebrating Stress Threat Of Communism Slalin Wants To Avoid l-Vovocation LONDON S rv ssnlsg lossfl stain' %  HSD .M .is anxious h) SVOid l| i i TOCafif-J ., t mn hcMl Ifa I lllOOUOfl ai Mil li prsfMrsd i Van Ien Bos. the Union asilude jet planes snd tanks tronomer. The spokesman declined lo in%  bcip-.tim mat the Kaatern Telsviv. Premier Ben (iurlen dicata wbkfUlsr an earl. n bctti-r has ordered an official insiuir? -'a'is> exin-cted Bntain lifted j than the We-t The Soviet M i lo be opened to discover why last month the embargo on the I .,| vtSWi am Israel athlete* at the eam O rm in Kleaa steelwork* ts Britain also ofltrsd lo ialllHO aioduee extra steel lor the re:r*iini:ig ( the thousand workers, who atrsdeterioration in Ajigl<>-Egypt inn tested. wars told that the relation* last autumn. Finally measure was dictated "in deDiitain ..ffcrosl earlier this eek fence of peaee and not ts to send tsagagtcal experts to F->: amsss capftallstle profits" ;Io help General Mohammed fv, (ape Town: Being drank In Naguib s |B9vtwnmn1 charge of a donkey earl earn-,l>iojected agrarian ief. %  > o| At. i %  ihrough tinfollowing! On T tut Cmplr. • %  %  ir.. : men eij .-I the nit) .ill ovoi the WASHINGTON, Sept 19 Ai'THOH TA1TVE dinlooustio %  ourcat ntd on rtidas .. Iranian Ambassador, All;.!. V.o f aleh. will ap1 ruman neirt week kg nukai a further efloit to settle .no oil dispute and will also warn htm of the in IT ol Communism in Iran. thai 'Human has taken the unusual step of ;iiim: to hear Saleh explmn at length the Iranian situation |o him when Salch presents his letters of credence to him carlv next week. ban ot letters of >Ually pur. K ig a f<' -that Saleh much in >is i. : liesoi t iu%Tl>ur>new and allca.tdly eorre> l vei of the i.deiM. Italian fl aadei P • July ..'.I --^j # ^-^ —^ -11 11 KM fl I I>MI •)> %  Riiihard Crossman who detail-!sn %  .> %  # -:„.., IdMlOIIkiiiram Maiataia liel fives of AI Khoury said he its taken completely by surprise 1 the chain of events eulmitiat. In General Fuad ShatiatVl rM .iv premier rong man AI Kh-iury counter! on his grip on lha armv uc to n ,list m ill On* relative said. "He i.ever thought the srniy would i-fuse his request to quell ttemon'lriilions In the street" —If. Lebanon Can liecome A "True D#9nocracy" PARIS. Sept. IS. Coounantlng on yesterday's coup d'elat in I.cbunon. the Conservative CiMatin le Ma yes" raid thai Iz-banon cannot be. compared with the other Middle Ea tarn countries It said: "Its population It in general well of! and. thanks to the admirable work of the French schools, the illiteracy rate is hardly 15 pel cent. There is no religious fanaticism for profiteers t far letlici' Egypt has taken up any offers "-Tr*" ed Ihe driver fine of HZ or fourteen days. Evidence was that the donke> was trying to keep to the right side of the road nut Jacob kept pulling him over to the wrong side. When stopped by the police the donkey was stated lo have "looked angry". •eonrtown. B.(i. Thousand* ol CAIHO. Sept. 19. children hare been turned PnmHH Oaaaral Mohammed away from schools during the Naguib who gets, up ei Iv himself pagt three days because there haa ordered all government oftlIs neither accommodation nor ,.,1* to report for dutv at 7.30 teachers The situation has a m. He warned that late arrivals furred the (iovernment to ana-1 would be punished and iiersistent Now Nls % % %  m %  and rani discussion that had on Ihe iutavvtvw with in Mali Croaaniag said that told him that the BarttSN nrpor'^ o( the Stalin bitatMaw niera) were 'quite unl IM Officials Must Awake Earlier %  Tha <„. i laftwlng Inbourlte rwnt of Aneurin Bevan. [rossmbii — Nn SL.hn is conildeni that Rusxa can hold Its own in the competitive artnajnanl race and %  Bthlng poadblo t<> provocaUvs -tp Obi Santos Coming For Salarylalks Sir F.rrol Don SanUM, Salarn pend the law compeiiinr childrtragglara would i>c Brad, in the Cflinmlasioner, will ren between the sgea of %\x post Egyptian government hours lii.rb.idO! U-twcn Sr-plcnitx-i and fourteen lo attend school, were 8 00 a.m. to 2 00 p.m. bul <>• IM Vienna: "Locomotive" Kmll oiost otTtciaU didn't show up until and |o laki vorbal evidence /stopek. Czech running aee 9 00 a.m or 10 00 am. | cnnnartbin with the review v: BELGR Mi B B \n i i Communists had %  ail i ml of then new hat gam with tinI'SSI! I %  'H! .Ill''-With lh V..Viet \ i rani • thai ^ i \ lad polios II l in Europe and % %  i ttUI h.h % % %  a ll K I "ilv nip piiitii divides us now Much do* rends no doubt OR %  h % %  have baan given bj Ihl Soviet gnvetllllie.it ,%  ||0 i ov — r.r. IKI •.HUNT Till >1 \N I will Uni|efforl %  ijiin.. J—lo sellla nfindly. the rci .it -ignediy Trujnan .n,| the llnt:-h !•** %  < Wai-tnn Churchill, to the Iranian t \l.nstitutei Dloglcal hlunder by thi I'ttitcd Slate. ..1 gave trie ap. of making Truman urchlil la the eyes of Iranian public opinion. the gravity of the I ommuntat threat iIran is pnitu.-.(o. .1 %  dgai HiHivet i-etwlly underestimated by the te.i .ii BurktaJ that there has United StatsS, and Ihlg threat Is .. suh'taiitial inciease" in like!] la inne.ise if the ult disnlinost all serious crimes this puu M no isttlad FouiihK. %  ( %  a and thai America's criminals 'he Communist threat took on younger now than last i iggci pi.iuortion in Iran it 'mill result in Iraq and other .? tha Fins ,ei„i Maai Eii cuntrtes beinf mi i.il i i mie reixtrl— a compila. rejs nl> menaced by Commun.( poUea %  tattstlci (torn cities U.S. Crime Inereases WASIIINtWON. Sept 10 Federal Bureau oft inveatiga who waa allaeked aa a "prims ; donua" by the Czech Mlnlater of llefence. General Ceplcks. has toed the line. He has promised not to allow himself to be "hero-worshipped" an> longer. Hit rrward—promotion to the rank of mah>r in the Ciech Army and award ol Ihe Order of the Czech Republic for meritorious service lo Ciech sport. -V#. -iaii im* of Ibp civil S*rvvcr Chaplin Itarred From Entering Untied States Br HICK WKST. 'Evwrylhlnii *ms lo in.ir.jtc. then, thai I^banon. which It .1retuly a republic, can easily bc" !" • trur >l"hor !" cy when the I WASHINGTON. Scut. ID. f^yP* ** %  ? jm.iM t power, M „,., P „ clor cn.rllc Chuplln. by the mlgnm Preldent Ii wiped one ot America', f.vuurlte comedou i. f c „ , Jnnn. but a controvrrwal ftgur. off The lert wind non-Communlt the „reen, was barred on Friday Combat said -The leuure of (tom relumlni to the Untied power in Lebanon bv General a,,,,-, i*ndin ImtBlirali -uad Shebab constitutes %  new, vice invmUiaUon. Attorney Genphase in trie revolution which U,,r.l James MeOrnnem onlered iipsettlnK the Middle East ImmlflrHtion offlcals to hold the 1 British-born film Hat "for bcai %  The Onservalive ma. clr-, ,„,,-. t, nc .. k 10 „-enter tht culatlon "Ugaml" said "the reUnited State*. semblance between recent evwvU McGranery cave no reason fo. The rench government ack'" Cairo tind Uelrut is obvlou... ,h. order tayln only %  ihe Mun. wlcdted the rtcciot of sutfResn underlines the existence^or a mg wtll determine whether he is Son. I,.,m the Mexican ITe.Tden, 'I" 1 "' "" '"•"• that ..com..dmltlble under the law. of Ihe Mimiel Aleman relation to the nion to mos of ,hp countries or United States Chaplin sailed prilsSct ? war Ulks! St PanIhe Middle Ea*. It Is regrettable fo, England on Wedn£d.y with mimtom. The French govern%  ' m 'h "}' P !" "*: hi. wife. Oona. and then to D ment renders homage to the new wo.thy dwlre for pollUcal and children Mr.. Coaplln It the t I'residcnt Airman, mor.l reiuvenation has not until rt utf ,,e r of u'aywrighl Eugene and the deeply humanitarian and now found any other nstrumtn! O'Neill. pacific feelings which inspire it. or cxe. utlon than military rleBy ,ii pp j ni( aDO ard the "Q' -, foreign m itustrv cor.iinunique mtM I r.p.) //VIVCfc ICKNOWLKDGB8 .IttKIVS SI CGKSTIO\S r.nch^gTern^e'nt'.ck-i': Cotton Board Try T< Expand World Trade BUXTON. Hiland, Bat. 19 SIR RAYMOND KTKEAT. Chairman of the BrltUh Cotton Board, presided at the firM puvale agag i tinInternational Cotton ConfaTanc* to roruktar wgj ami means of expandini; world trade and at tha ggflM HaM invent cut throat compatitton. Over 60 delegate raprt Bating ttitmain axporting C(. A iiuwHHauorH To Meet In Lopdffln • i engine I railed ond %  Injured it th erash on ll | only vao "' %  .hii.es like murdei t.|--. ii. oflei, MntDvaled aaaaull inhlH-r% and i windblown M %  -Civ Twelvi men reported t.. Thull ____^^_ -IP. Chinese Reds Capture Two Hills From Allies ; Klijiiteth" about nn. I fan the liner sailed] for New I York, the much-sued actor dodgi ed the service of a subpoena In a $13,000 suit Chaplin'! 1 pres^ reaa ataiive. it. -1 v ci<> kei • %  >pbinad that he would rWra h:el i In t-rineel the trip if the subpoena 'had been serve I —I.P. MOSCOW. Sept 19. United States Ambassador George F. Kennan left by pli for Ixmdon to attend a < jf North American dipt' iii.r.. ;md Mata I Apartment aflhiiali In aodm <>,n l. mbatsadors Ui Oraal DBBDOt, Italy and Cerin,.nv with log State Dcimitm.iit osVV ,.,l September 24. to revtOw ail -I'' Fowl Poisoning In Portugal Second Division SCREAMING Chinese Communist soldiers captured ^( a l < .l 1 s. 8 Pnd TocIltV two hills from allied troops early to-day and fanatically / reaiated allied attempt to dislodge them. All Into Reds won both positions in a series of four attacks i>ivi.ion crtckat matches lrr*tha it ^ i s.AfiiMi Round wOl bi nncluded that began at 9-U1 pm Also on the Western Front. Keds u whjk ^ ^ l|(|| Ulvlllon swarmed up the flopaa at the hills into bunkers and t>p , CJ nd day's play m U PIW trenches with guns blazing. Most of the Allied defenders Mrlea avlll be mrtei fpll hnrlc hut some staved United Nations warplanes later The matchai Bra U fell back but si sta>eu. ^ ^ wtfWff| front JJJJ v Jth F|Rsr D|VIS)1(S raid of napalm -nd Mice va CarlKn at Quaan i *FfH'fil/lt PrVHHitrf*' "'" ,n n atlemp: III dlslolge I'ark ranigr ttixxur* ,,,,„.,,.„, Cr lnei# communists Lodge vKmptra at Lodg sO I)...... a"....* Who \ntually ..nnihiluted the Plel %  it lUn-Bngf// nonn if. Unnad Nations dataadan lit a ton. aavag< lure It. A arlm l Winde L" *?i ..SfilV-i-? aX **** CAIRO. Sept. 19 tight for Kcllv HIIV took plai i vs. Spartan at Bank Hall Cctabai r < %  at o tH'rmer' Windward va. Pickwick at Windward Regiment vt Mental HospiUl al i. nn a y, % % % %  the planneil asjvmaisl Ol West ,\t the Mnw URIC Otlktr AlUad Ce ii ag laparrtlona t" Israel soldiers north and east fought to would •" Sign it*galn "Old Baldy" also lost dmOvp Dlghl la .vi of screamto pav .ndcm-ii*'. I > Red*. In the air Allies sent out Of the Jews. The 1-cguf ; fleet of thirty-three Japan and Assistant Secretary Ahmed El Okinawa base ruperfortresse. to %  Shul -ncendiary bombs 1 .. n^rrfXi H-II lon on urgeu near Hamshung an I NEC ON I) DIVISION we.,iht leave I i|irtant north-east Korean iiort | r'nllrava WioHu .<( at rntlei It v.-.. the tint d.yltght raM i.. v M Administtatiin and Parliamentary B-29's In eleven month*. Sabre Q | POHTUOAlSe; %  ill QOVI rtili.elil (,il'HMl. %  tigating a wave of food DOUVOI 'tchevrd ciis.n hy Baltl I which killed three |. I I Bsckaisffd hundreds more m North•n Portuval during th< iintlts Although no %  111" %  %  .il . trlaa." The %  uanea has so on %  %  i internationii 1 %  %  M IIM pollcv. in the opinion -if tin i dlvldC -IK %  to ores' lions on exports to m..., : %  %  • IP llht luahout the couniry H oovef Ii tid ih,.t ..i, .--tin atad 1.022.200 orltl %  tea i unmltted in U rns>oUu '>f INI Thla iwa t booat '-t 'i pat cant fjfor I All maiftr crimes fMus pi i*m.1 inenrasaa Kai-otfaneaa 'i owed %  illghi |i Boorai n r thai the i pasrasoti of 1 mie art avan rtsuJUjai in former years. mi .f 18 were arrest(.rien''' %  ' : " %  %  '"" •"' group iii persona S> ytai "hi in 1951. f a British foui Moossat laid Jhal the erlma .HI the I. :. %  will Inwhen an atuflni [nf U n .' IIIII.HIU arioua crtmaa iTucS 1 'U 1 .-..i He nphasliad thai hit %  V.iUvv In'.""-' Kescue Squad Wait On Fog TIHI.K AIR FORCF MAS! Cieetilaml. Sept 19 Air fbrca I %  % %  1(1 bofon %  itlot *' luata IS Ulan itrandad h tuppl) plane on th. land roaaaj Ism and this could have diaa. trous results for the We>tern World Fifthly. Mossadegh still hopes that the United Stales will %  ili/e the uravity of the Irunian tuatlon and act fuither. that ix-ihapa a final effort musi be made to bring about a s. tth .neihat can satisfy Iranian publn opinion. Sixthly. Mossadegh ha.. lone i,. lha axtrema lumt of con-. hen he agreed that the %  1 1! iiitirt in The llagu,. ihould il\ coinpensalion for the value of Ihe Anglo-Iranian oil plant in Abadan This concession %  some nf his influential folliiwer--. Italian Ship Runs Aground that lha %  on hand —W.P. BUENOS AMIES. Sept 19. Wwttian c-boto' Aires harto a strong storm. "CabouV was coming from TriCaided Missiles Old Ity Com/Hirisan WASHINGTON S.-|-t 19 re said ihiit guid%  %  %  I at 11 nl rompared with il lower.Ill IK Mil I |. 'ihe mm mlastl ai %  .lina II up-io-ihc-minuie . Ihcir CCsVMiri an inspiration their snug, cos> lit something; you'vidrejined about Here are just ihrce Of a whole range Of wonderful dc-siffn> 13k lot ihcin j| any |OOd >hoe shop Do u ft)-|>AY . \t)\\ : Ojta nail, from lha bail Ratait Shea Shopt DEVONSHIRE k



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PACE Foum BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. IMi BArjgADOSjA ADVOCATE WBU fct Ik. AdvMalt *•.. LU %  ••* I Saturday, September 2, 1952 im INION MR. ADAMS is back in Barbados for u short stay of less than two months before he proceeds to London again to attend themeeting of Commonwealth Prime Minis ters in November. During this short stay everyone hopes that decisions will be taken on the two most important issues affecting the island's future. Will Barbados join a British Caribbean Federation? And will a deep water har[' Blue" They recall his feats as bour be built here? Oiir Common % %  • -riui*— 22 ||, f. .%. ||„. ,, s AIM III iS NO>ll IIS (INKS lde.il Schoolmaster .de culture. many alive to-day hitherto i > Baronaf (uinnim. sense that wag as unwho rein.rnber Arthur Somers dl wa* •*common as that of his celebrated i Utc prime of his life lei.di.-u to ..id. Tlic thief. It ta not surprising sj To the rcunlless pupils who pasted touring lirtw that came from furr. thut. wh< iX-lton v... i I through his hanris hi el ln ^ w v %  ** '<> s r c **! Oeightu:. :han any one elw they knew to toe the lirsl West Indian tOUf nl were many to express U %  %  ,* ihi' many varied quailUna Mother Country m Ifon l •iKlman. the maaniflcrM wmiigfull. UTn uro tome to Harrison College in such Lodna shooi. was clrcumatancas irm extr maly un"Retreat** to the class 'n the hevday ..f hi* cai-eei. fortunate for Ualton. i,ut il was liom. with a load of books under Clifford, his brother, 'a great Scmers Cocks himself who saved his arm and a Jovuil yet purposenatural howler, with abnormal what could have been an awhlul look on his face. His wry Intelligence on the sul>)rc( of ward situation The l • . pproaih was the signal for dlsbnarl naifi anrnad a |um been as disappointed as his imgimhetl work from the clever, ul .i-Kjigland side. it. admirers when he was not uptATTMst opphcalion from the less the view of a competent observer, pointed headmaster in 190*. Yet Rifted and honoui .ibU> tfldMVOui Aml ^eorae Ohallenor. soon to fie had always taught that the from all. Tncy remember him make his debut, was before long most important part of the game %  tbali at centra-half •ragtag %  f Oxford havoc year after j r both [ocal Kama and a.uin a t VudUn| Englishmen. Th-> ms him urging \he hoys on to hi ;h standards of attuatic prowess, nvmg them the benefit of his ifc had done the hu'fired i ten seconds. The raoall luppj memories of a k nlal, wanu'..ii.ii friand who almost Invariably kept a.i even temper except when aroused to tlery •inner by any mi-ini or di-honouibW And they still bear In mud the great lesson he taught Ij and all the "farulti„ .-f lUIr soul Without doubt, no %  chrvilmaat r in the Island has .1 more fascinating n,tuam i %  ar thaaa who fil than Arthur i Born n'lr Man. hn-t-.r in leAu. homers Locks received his early at thi Mai Grammar School m %  in lrtH.i %  nl I! Colh i o*f i a mnuiK an open s< holarship. He won first class honours in hi Hi better handling equipment | classical %  x..minaUotu and I yarn I i1 | rled interests to which he began M ltd, his nory. A Grval-llearled Sportsman Bight from the outset, s, p % %  Cocks showed tin value of his led gifts. Mis i*Tsonaliiy . room was unf Tgetlablv -he possessed all the art eschar and maintained dlsvifl'ntc ivttn on easy, natural manner. But "hen R. Sladc Lucas c I was perhiips in the Held %  f sporl bfldl,s wlln a L' En*"' i..il he One quick look at the exclusive legislative list recommended for the federal government in the Ranee Report is enough to show how necessary it is for Barbados to make up its mind about federation. If the legislature feels uncertain about the attitude it should take, then the decision for or against federation should be made by the people through a referendum Nothing could be more easy to <" !" g£ „ ^ whawyr economically. During his present tour of duty as Leader of the House of Assembly of Barbados Mr. Adams ought to ensure that decisions are made. To postpone them until his return from the meeting of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers in London in November will be to further aggravate the deep-seated feeling of frustration which is experienced by all those who are waiting on these decisions to know exactiv where they stand. If Mr. Adams could be provided with an office during his present tour of duty hij, which are obviouslv of first rate importance might be more fruitful and the hour of decision on these two major issues might appreciably be advanced. Milll It SOMtKS ((M'KS devote (ill only a third In his lln.lAt Oxford h won hhi -Blue'' in USOdatloa football and narro.U. rmlng a jimiUi thltU b.io. r.y after :• ^isity in 1892 Some' *ame to Harnsoji ( lug o. F Frank., as claaskaJ matte, when th< ( the post of Principal of V • College he wai artablhth hlmsell %  M t the was to Tarn to accept defeat. Certoi liny-one years, glvmi ,. i hv in* tainly, no one could have been !" energy to Uw w 'liro VTest lnl uttt*ttn'"ore magnanimous than Somcrs Chool. Franks had bn % % %  .. m mat Cocks was to the nan who was %  1 the ( oll.# to i high i;. Learroond, an old boy of Comprefer/ml to the coveted oftlee in ;_ai..urt of excellence ami m in ,„.-,, %  s 1. i, ...,s lo win his stead — no one could h^ve .v.n.ers Cocks hands that st.uidaiM the distinction of representing I eon mure geiicruus in helping his was never lowered. Moreover, rfcirbados. Trinidad and British rival io make his regime a confthil.' winning respect for his Guiana in intercolonial Kamcs. led hpicuous success. "No one has had %  <-.il learning, he showed that the newly formed Spartan to u L-Ucr reason than myself." Dalu knowledge ranged far and position whan coloured plavcrs ton once wrote, "to appreciate the \ n't.beyond the humnnitiw II' ,oul.( plaj rnv* with value of his work at Harrison Col...u more tn.in a n'iddmg acquaintthi-ir whit.' (.-Mow-Barbadians. leg.-. When I became headmaste; .nee with r>onch. Oerman, Matheu was In this atmosphere that U 1006. he was already the Sen 10 .lalics and UoUuiy and mars Cocks played his cricket. Assistant Mnster. with thlrtV iiowl.id.gr he curried easily tn hla bringing In the game a derp low wtsWhablnd hhn. 11 prodigious and knowledge and inspired bj personal noodtieas lowardi hp.-i: 1 sm ihiit made him mi I was taking up my new work, arresting figure. An energetic and his loyal ro-operatlon %  useful batsman, ba ma ourmg the sixteen years of my WH outstanding as a bowler, who tenura Of ullk—. were of value 6e— uld alwayi be relied on to give yond all expression in word: his most stout-hegrted performAs It was. Somers Cocks had '%<< whei %  wiis faccfl A.nt until 19-2 before he was aptowara circumstances, pointed to guide the destinies of metoBiirthe College. It was one of tho ih side in tr-jgedks of Barbadian history that both Clifford Goodman and .vithln lr than two terms of his o the imagination of the school *m*r Cocjci bowIew** Goodman, who bows* ,i when Dalton reii.my years without ., p i n HM ''"• !" > f >. *MS b f Bt ; "RncdI'I eUetion as headmasU %  land. His speed and skill tic ball mad* It %  < Ibrht to wnt t ri m in ftcaon Tht Kr.glish nlo,i,tnta then statloiK-d in the Island **, :,blv 1 •upported by Somers for Qulle a Ilme „„ WM ^ m used to nroduo lormid • "\* who capiuml 4 wickets on i y ( %  fiv-three — to continue Ihi ball teams. Yet. ivtn the b ll ol ( !' r 31 '" ,,c ,)nX and 8 ]P r ^ZT revv work n had begun WIUI players, when mparwi h0 ""w' %  " %  When A Pru-^tinnraclCTlstic enthusiasm and •rary promise of suc"In high and straighti bar ctcr." U.ilton had said of hhn, 'in his sympathy with boys. In his wide knowledge, • the service of others, in kabl of I in his unfailing energy, in his hep interest in ivciy put c, ;) % % %  A-Ild beast", secured ihe remarkable hi:nrc immediate and unrun•rlekeU f"r M runs and 8 wickets t^ted" and it had bean generallv for 71 rum In tht first match, be„oi>ed that he would have lived .dismiss..! '>• %  ->">>'< Hawta brought twj. llh I not Mm bowl in f.nr vvrther or m IOUI. In ihe opinion of competani critics, there was no belt., .. | !o ensun "W* %  me progress ana wenarr bl Barbados and tne West Indies. .,,, ,„ ,„,. right "/" Ith the aansVtsM Of I'ulTord „fit rSuiIiW it Wtf due as Ua Ctoodtnnn. the long, lanky youth "gg ,,, |,Vm n-'lo anv eliw th:.J g gfgP" Hifeelings of those horn ttv Uidge. who h„d hnwled • Ohls way from one sensational ;"£. ,\ .... ;in ,i ih .i % %  If a incmnrem had fallen is Cock. Clifford Liuodn' i umerous comment: Ah initio usque ad fine In the same street." It was an unl ) JS been said, thai pw Btad .u iiur> Cocks fii iircpiiscnlin^ I ID the 100 yardi race. Certainly, those who saw him rur in ItM i'>olball field or on the %  thlatlc track recognised tha *ninv u Sl C t erence as an expert were .ways [ha dl-pOMl of the school an,, JJ ,^„ Hw rn ' . thuslnsm did much to Iner nmwenathrai pad ,|a.,t,f the game dur.n C ( n t-rought ..-t.sfact.on ,iM pk;..^.,.' „ M|i ,, in iint period* of Its lova f sport m uie island In ZIZLJZL A, B i,nie when cup Uoso days-to see Somers Cocks ^'^ ^Ling SnHlur^ nnd ' %  '> %  " %  ***. Portly after play at centre half, to see him gjg* "J ^ ...forced for to '•''•'ring on hH nw sftt, as • un a h.ind,.d yards and to watch ^Y'" r ',!,,,, ,, ( n> t „ I disast r. "Set '-owl in fair watlhat or In s ; ,,.,-Cocta % %  %  < d'ernhed by n the opinion of c pet.nl ; ^ theVranglinits •" who n ,,, meant to the progress and welfare ither English teams in 1B96. Boroen Cock i alto perfn 11—fllllf si I bowler. That these fl ashes in i nay be seen from the fact lhat .hiring the lftflS-96 season he ea pi tired M wlefcall for M and in the follcwln formance as a bowler that he y^, of a M hoolinas(or /%L v.ry many of his old pupils will im.-moiy. not unlv af an Inspiring teacher, but u .uiii-H valued friend and sharer of *.!! lcd their interests." The Oj nalltiti i shown by ScmvrCocks, as an assistant master. ..emed to indiepus that his regm;, %  littniR climax to the achievement; cf Dcighton and Dalton. T-v mmph imother. those who plavi-d it som-h* to llonoi^rd D) all %  ; Iwiir. invM by al* %  -I lr,,i) brralt) * i %  "ico. ihoosh A Grr'nt Mislortutie 1906 Somers Cocks econd to Plekwi.k in tho strugRlv "rmly • ta W' lhe l." h ? 1 ££•) !_—ssfca. in ',r thi. llirttad Challenge CUD Ielrtl. So great was bis i iM\ T52! W.S to mfrk the "• Dalghton reTop MthftaaM ligiiinmg of a trt epoch in the tired from the post „f headmaster, .iiiket history of ihe school for. hi ly due to S..n,w, CcR.' help. ^J „ ,h, h'ihr-l Wdltlon. ot n.ldod lo the mTIOM of imnth.-r Siitmnhln r.aswr. the Incotui..: ..!.!. %  C. II Y. r " !" ^. !" V, (Quia.v) Cox. th.n Harrtnon CM* U'gc was able to come a clo %  ran •-%  i %  •>! ginerally regarded H the n,i.Vln'lKi.n<(f the public I would hko lo state that Guiih-*' Local .Uinuiulivn Lib. rlan who would encouragement of Guiding In the. too plraied to Introduce Community—in order to further %  :i.ul.!r tinranm;: 1XX:AL QBIFTITH, Actg. Librnrkiin. ASSOCIATION. 1 would like to I U published in t le 'Advocate' for lha information of the General Public. ENTHUSIASTIC GU1DER. Hitpkinxtm Ami \trs. Ililh already To Thc Edl[ori Tllf Atl CI '""— words in there are in IK PljbUc Ubrary books In EiiKlish on Sp-imsh UtarTo ihe Edllor. thc Advocsie, v^cll H b.K'ks in Spanish „„,. am u large as we would like ,l oCfe inrta It r. k: thc iu.'npable eoTi%  Id be glad If from Venezuela >CAI. ASSOCIATION v ia no siring S ilure who uniforme 1 visits the Library would come to which has for Its main object thc HOPKINSON. are difflcultles In orderm oka. These are gradually being UlldtrtUntt, however, that the i rcome. of the Pitta Cllass Windows are both costly and vlunerable. A GLASS NSURANCE POLICY merils your careful consideration For particulars and advice, consult Ihe Agents:— DA COSTA & CO.. LTD AGENTS Monday—Personally I am all in favour of paying the politicians more money, but with strings attached. For every million dollars they reduce the cost of living by each year they should get a handsome bonus. Meanwhile they've got u cheek. They come around and promise us Utopia and all that and what happens? Somebody's doing well out of it but not the majority. COL Roes up and up and up. And the first step to bring it down is to dock the politicians wages with a promise N lhat they will get a bonus if they bring |>* home the bacon. Meanwhile they costi5 quite enough for the results produced, flj P.S. Are there any other Houses ai\\ A ta&bly besides OUri where drinks ^^ w ~''*'''-':^^^ are on the taxpayer? If there is to be freeness why not LftVlfai tin listeners In thc gallery to join in? In that case there might be more people listening to debates. Anything might happen. Tuesday—If there is one thing an Englishman hates it's being called hypocrite. Normally I don't call names because it's rude. Buf there are limes when my English blood seethes at the hypocrisy! of some of mv forefather's descendants who have one law for the Rhodesian| and another for the Barbadian. In Central Africa (that's ihe two Rhodesias plus Nyasaland) thc English desperately want to bring about federation : so they think up a plan in which the Europeans who didn't go to Africa until tha West Indies had been colonized for two hundred years, are to boss a federation on African territory. But in the West Indies where Europeans have been] sweating away opening up the islands and bringing them to the levels we have reached to-day. so far as England is concerned there are no Europeans entitled even to representation. They don't count. Indians yes. Chinese yes. Africans yes. But Europeans? Oh no. In the colonies they live only in Africa and of course they have rights in African territory. But a European with rights in the West Indies? Man don't make me laugh. Europeans forfeited their rights by not being rich enough to go back to England when the slave money was dished out. It makes you think, doesn't it ? But what do you think of a situation in which the Lord Mayor of London city can't get a British passport because he's an Australian ? Wednesday—Did you see lha' piece in Harold Nicholson's biography about King George V? When he visited Barbados as a Prince on the Bacchante with his brother an enterprising journalist of the day cabled a story that the Princes had "been tattoed on their noses." This probably referred to thc presence on their noses of some parts of a hibiscus or lily which the Princes had been smelling. But Iheir Royal mother availing herself of the opportunity presented by the newspaper story wrote to ask "how could you have your impudent snouts tattoed?" Moral: In the best circles mothers don't stand on ceremony but bring up their sons the hard way. Thursday—There are so many clubs springing up around Paynes Bay that any day I expect to see a sign hanging up from the Kish-slab-shed saying "Club Sleepy". Even the Police Band went to brighten up the place some nights ago. They stuck it for just one hour. Talking of the Police Band I wonder thc local musicians union stand for this kind of competition. I've nothing against the band myself, but it doesn't seem right that they should cover the hopmarket the way they do. But perhaps what happened reccnil will queer the pitch without h the Union. People just are not going to spend money on hiring the band and advertising it to play at their hops if just a few days h-fore the great even' someone says you can't have the band. It must go to sea to perform in MB* other island. I have always maintained that the Police Band should play during the lunch hour in Queen's Park every day and nowhere else in Public unless in an emergency. To the smart-alecks who say "when II the breakfast hour?" 1 would'answer. 'when the shops shut." It should not bo bvyond the capacity of the Police BanJ to lind out when that us. Meanwhile how do the musicians make out? Do they undercut the Police or are the Barbadians an constantly on p that there's room for the Police poly .ind others? Fridiiv—f )v-i heard: The enly one oi these gel for five dollars is the one I got for five dollars. Saturday—In England the Trade Unions have realised that every time wages g^ up, Britain exports m Ba.i'idcs the civil servants set the jacking their own w Tl people whom nobody c".res abi. people who do alt the trade uni of their own. Witrjeai D STOCK TAKING Our Electrical & Dry (Joods Departments will be closed for Annual Stock Taking on: WEDNESDAY Sept. 24 THURSDAY „ 25 FRIDAY ,. 26 SATURDAY ,. 27 and will re-open lor business on MONDAY Sept. 29 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. It with Anrhor Cherse FOR DINNER Lee I.imh shoulder Lamb Chickens Ducks Turkeys Turtle Soup fiam Chowder Red Csbbaae ID tins Green Cabbace In tins Cut Beans In tins Green Kale In tins llelus Peaa Canadian No. 1 Table Potatoes CipriiH Onions JUST ARRIVED" Hsma |t| each Hams 21b each Hams t lbs. esch Craven A. Clc*> 20s and 5es Bensrn A HeoCes 20s and 50s &*£ G0DDARDS FOn THESfE !!



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q SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK FIVE Planters Seek Govt. O.K. On Marketing Agricultural Society Make Recommendations LABOURERS BUSY ON WATERFRONT No Damage Through Rain Reported n %  %  .-. ; *rui* APDinin rmrn AT oA^in-it. i ,, ***"* waterfront was bustling *ons of rum were being loaded XVK CRANE ,-, *"*• AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY at its half yearly with activity yesterday morning, on the CNS. CaMU. €•*.— — uenerut yesterday decided to ask Government n '' **•• %  ,n MoaeiL* was taksin....* fur its urgent and favourable consideration to recommenffL J ; j io £ fMp v *'i,:V" k f Ul t,k Cjnada which ,hey are nrtttng forward in connect,,,,, SS^dtt i3B-f."*£ withi the establishment, of a vegetable marketing centre, or labourer.. The Soc;ety will pass on to Government information T* 1 budest spot, however, was received from Hong Kong through the Agricultural hal Dp fi2'" l, ', J H rbcu •*"" Anoth ££Z£ IS 22S5 B ^ ' D 7^P mcnt and Welfwe .'hVpWoToT SSSSS .JTU. concerning tne operation of a marketing scheme there. loaded in the lighters dra at work putting down a now crane %  !„,,. 'he wharfside of the inner .... aixl 1* expected to sail Careenufic. This new crane is the th any time bad ]M A Police Sub Stations rennd work is being carried out by ported that there was no damage Another iS pinrheons were bring Meaars. D. M. Simpson Ltd. The reported due to yesterday's incleoaded on the SS Sanwkit for foundation fr 'he crane ha* a!merit weather In St. Joseph the Port Alfred. ready been laid and yesterday rain began about 3.15 a.m. and Tbj> Ba.su. luu MII i..rf masons were lay'ng cement. continued to fill steadily up to the mo.t information possible which ha. gre.tly dtal!iUtad In partlaWy inS JJ ,^r^T. ^ '"" SH *" s'neral Eorty-tw,, thousand hw o( Sf !" concerning the marketing or. recent months, accentuated no J,led the "Sri of trafflT cargo ror Ih. Island This cargo mir ate oiW lo inndi, A, to *l 11.11 mlrinM. cams.!,.,,,, sponsored by the doubt by unfavourable weather The cent !" rt.ttracttol, how"""""• %  " bag. of Hen the colony between early Oeto. „.*", ,„i£\„ all ,„J?22S authomic. in Jamnca. T, iniclad conditions. Th. poaltion has led to ever was the manner if, Whkh S 1 "*'*" "*"" "" ,b !" "" %  b %  nJ December. Tt,e selling ,"'" r '1'"^ ?h„ , ,,L, S and Mm.h Q, flagrant exploitation, with breachih", !" "mm handled the Dun67 ca *" ""<< '• • P*** <" ic "' •* eommofUt, ha. .""2, !" d ,„J "AJ"i'l!l l „ i Ptdel ll ext.acl from the es of ihc law which are very dimcheons ,d molars Tl c "< preparations. This ,"-o llxcd .1 S3 58 iB.vV.V Cur* h '" v „.?"£; n ,' ", ,m "" "" Colonial Reports. Hong Kong, colt to unarm In the prevailing theyexploitedIII into li-nr the v %  "• %  •">•' l',..„h, :. g,e„i .,. ,., 100 lb. bag. P"/"* ">", "V" >* "' *'"'" i*„mn WhCh r** S ClC '-'; "'" te £S22K?S -hereby "allowing la^moC pinched %  *" """"' '" '"' ">•'>* Jg "J" '• 3?K2i 0 w^ed X.v bv'"hc ?aln ott"he sending to Government .tale.: m.lpractic.-,io .continue to the diseveryone and mmmtoo lo, ihe 1N ,,. v MM K fre.ghl insur.nee duty based on u -In September 1948. a vegetable •nmfiturc of bolh producer and iwlfi completion of the iob Mm.1. general luilt. exchange bem-d on marketing scheme similar to the eomiumer. Beside, charging exEvidenlfy they worked will. The motor veisel Kiealda 7 ? 3K %  bonl< char w • na *" ,h <' r St. Peter ilao had a heavy for marketing orb,t.nl prices. IheM trader, are their atlenlion llxed on the ArU. which arr.ved in lUrhl. ,h r iei rninlall and nsi yard, w mlimet„,lme.towl,h. Kiu „ m y k .„ and were endeav,„!,,.,„ Sort^ui durtoTtK .o^on "'.r''.^"kmd""".* %  ".., "^. floo• l*d jam According to Police hgu >uying produce for re T f or e Ihe rain which threatened dry dock on W.dnesd.y The nawn on "PPer lovclee.. Central received Ihe heaviest ,. lear*. arrived hen u> underg. MMIINII ON WHARF rainfall wllh 7 parts up to < a the -.vharfsirle. ealctwve noairs after l>-,ua.t — >eslerdi.v. Other llgures were scheme started flah was introduced on the mainknown, froi land. hold v.l-s All vegetable, produced in the train from new tern,on mainland or im'3" and to allow produce to spoil all morning ported in that area, ore gold :~ ;u \ w '! h view seemingly to Further down the wharfslnc, extensive returns after lieina at holeMlc by the Government maintaining an unrearaable price lorry hand. aUted the lighter M .„, llu M ,. ,„, !" im.,awaitYcsKrday more than a dozen DUtrtct "A~ 45 uarU. DUtrict 'B' rapatn people .were on u,e lower end 2* .P a r "._P l -! r cl l WlHj Veaetable Markelim: Orc..null,vr l and thus ensuring maximum crews ir i.nloading the cargo of tion, the aim of which is to enP 1 !" wl,n minimum uf outlay cement brought to the Island bv sure fair and steady returns to and ">ur. Wc ss punter. This ship called vegetable producta*! and reason. Minn at Bridgetown on Wednesday Lble selling prircs to consumers. .. „ ... afternoon from London with „,.,, „ My a"cly which, as is well general cargo for the Island. Will Be I "-operative known, has for many years Intcreted Itself in the welfare of all MOLASSES FOR CANADA It is intended that in due classes of producers and has foi—;= course this Organisation will be,CTCd agricultural production for Six hundred and fifty __ pun come a co-operative enterprise. ,ne benefit of the Island as a whole, eheons of Vegetables are collected by the vl *" w w 'th alarm the undesirable Organisation's lorries and eon'"""ds oifltlined above on the ceonveyed to the wholesale market in "'">' r lne %  <• population snd Kowloon when : un,np un,,able economic conditions der the .supervision of the Org.nnl*."** %  rally which they ennymUi. sation's staff. A detluc'.iun of 10;. n n eircumstances, my Soclis made from the wholesale price 0,y % f om "me ago appointed a to cover handling iind maiketlntf ,mi l a coin n>i* of Its member*. < t .; with whom were associated certain During the ysMr, :hc quantity n h< r I^ntlcmen experienced In of vegetables handled bv the c ub J*"'. '" examine the probOrganisation Increased % %  = in so far as It was possible and ably. Before the war, vegetable J* r* 00 to the Committee of production wu only sufficient to Management. This has been done meet one''' ""'"" "*cort was duly con needs. It is now estimated that B,do rri ncl approved by the Gen '. %  lut the present larw popu";' .Societv at its last Annual lation. lo-al producers are ;upplyf?**"""*, ""ringthe deliberaUons, |ng not l Rhtsofthe > np Agr cultural Adviser to the Tn,s wcek v,8,tca keiield requirements <.f the colony. Comptroller of Development and The C valuable if the Wharf nshing. District "D" 71 parts. DUrie, K Whin the vessel arrived here. The catches made were chiefly 52 parts. District -T' 61 parts, the Daenrood was then on Jck end small flah. These pcoHoletown 87 parts, Tour Roads, dock, and as a result. ;t had to pie most of whom were boys St John 68 part*. Crab Hill, St. await tne completion of repair* to uhad marly all evening One of Lucy 24 parts and Belicplalrie, St. Iba Itairwood. During this lima, f-era said that when the sun is Andrew. 21 parts. ht-w.-M''-. minor repairs were not shining, he and his compan.. carried out at its berth near the ions make good Batcta iclasses nd IJMK1 carCentral Foundry's dock. Un*M they prefer f.shlng at night. BAND Confectionery: New Industry Rv VFHV'nv FTVTV $3,000). and added to thin tnere operator, (an experience* Bv VKRNON FENTY W.OOO). and added to thi* tnere au **r.\,,.,.% ill—,,. ,\t l>U^lll{ll~l The Police Band will play at the Oarrison Savannah tomorrow at S p.m. The musical programme will lie concluded by the beating tif lh' Retreat ly the dium-. T* tin only two firms of specialised foreigner) can lift some of the r '^.* >eT-imilha. throughoaa; the .'ugared nuts I Sad P 0 0 "'* 1 "* EN-TBANCi: Ltlrcmcnts of the colon v Comptroller or Development and ", "ft 1 or "!', u !" ""* *" * ^, M .,, ...•,, %  nation has received Welfare agreed to obtain certain SF&.^PvS^M^i %  > .able aid from Colon... LevelWonaaUoo from _Hong Kong d 1 d ^ v "*l l h.t <• buiW^ P"'* ' J opraent and Wallare funds." Gra'nts wn "e It was understood that the l\ a V^!^ e n v mot "' lne scenc and loans from these funds have Colonial Development and Wei3f A bu ff""* ^ Uv "T: „„ enabled it to purchase a fleet of fore Act has assisted in the estab.. Against the early morning sk>. 18 diesel-englne lorries and have "shment _nnd operatl The Confectioners have arrived cop*>er-*rniths in Barbados and with them the whole United Kingdom, (t was promptlv determine the number tentative hope of a sort for the told.) who can either build or f than, icquired to weinh one relief of an overstrained economy, ^-en repair them. Each pun Ilka ounce. Despite the fct that Urge The entrance to the Central ;ance every other piece of machinery quantities cf various ingredients Foundry Car Park Is now oppofactory is ekctriare being oOflWtaMb ndded. if ted : :..nds othei n lohlDM for the Street corner. i done l* aB "' '" 'nis instance ever>' other pic w\\. lh / *?,V ndnM ? f our p ton rV' throughout the i Genlnd "try Bill, and the practicabil,-a 11 v-driven a n nil lt of all that It is intended to I.?* !" '?V\ foster. r the long disused brick chimney Sugared Almond, Between every two pans stands steam-heatiI kettle (Of em.kin 1 ; arious iugrtHiients which J:>> into helped in ..i^tBjUbllshment'and keting scheme which was" working quietly breathes forth a dark wisp thri y^ cli pan ijmjted of Rotherham. Dlllond. of which the total wjwlesale value ItMti.h Guiana, the fullest informv ^J n ^J^f mb if n jL 1 % C SSSS2 f < %  dy4 • different colour, whin, tl... i chine. i corn-mill was S734M90. These amounts a'ion possible concerning the mnrwhich removes tne thin husklike have steadily risen each ye.ir. and keting organisations which are covering before passing them along the corresponding figures for 1850 soonsoml hy the authorities in a conveyor belt unto stacks ot were 36.173. and 13.036 tons rethose territories and which should glitermg aluminium trays, spectivelv. at a total value of be helpful In determining the type h ,, .en.ienre of $16350.928. The average price of M organisatK,n most llkelv to fce *£ !" ,> !" J^iTaent'oS. .11 vegetables per P^rCdUrtultoble to local conditions. ^S^rSe nrture of gg*^ fe V^S'a 8 W1IIM To Cooperate '^^.gSS&'i^ SSK^a ^^^KX^ S^^^s^ H4SS ^j^Zo^^^ S'^MWgstt M^i&gsB t s^.sr^ssr P & r^^^^^z A remarkable feature concerning this production, is that the a Resolution to pass ernment In connccti marketing centre, had met eral occasions and don* work in gettinn informatii the smooth ,., (; 11V willingness to co-operate .— with the wlIh ln P administration and. in For •Marzipan !" partlcuUr. at this Juncture, to cooked almonds are '!* %  ": h assist In facilitating. In any way grinder which reduces them to a ^9^*?SS^R]^ "S^wlth* balanced amounts M^l£ a bicycle on. AuguEnquiry Into Servant^ Deal! Adjourned To September 21 HIS WORSHIP Mr. L\ A. MCI^KI Police Coroner of Diatrict "A" vesterday .idjotirned until Septeml>er 24 tho inguirv into the circumstances surrounding the death of tr-old Hhoda Waterman, a domestic servant of Andrew's Tenantry. St. Jascph. Waterman was involved in an E. A. M 1. tlie ,nKetreat Ro-d. St. quiry until September 24. Pi.-Tfli'nt „,at,,r. In such a Khnne a. Ihcy $•%& !" L*S "Z?:" 1 *"„,7lff !" <-n"'';'u^i"'.nd w.Vo7'ii '. •^"„ P-: t da* .rite were suBgostlng. II a nenmary *,,'..' I, „ ,i, m mnked In a slnm-tealcKl <, n "l Hoapllal shorlly after ste lo sol all Ihc available fact, and Hon O. D. L. Hie said Ilia Ihe '• "fit !" !" '" J,,.? uiur .ltd " '"'•"' fltlics bclort Ihtv rushed on wllh Commlltce wai lo bt congraluliltd ^, h „ 8 „nTt ,,nin tne Itilrea Dr '" W rd wh l rforrnrd It on Ihe work It hid done. One •" !" while until ine aiiirea the pt monem examination vvsun ...—win iv ii...i i.xii. urn; . ,(_._ "" %  |i>i "luiiini f-A.III llll.llllili VVS thing though, he had noticed that constituency is effected. It is then lcrdav to | d the courl hat thp tkM r.KMANDED. James GUI alias "King George" • all ; .. i. i..,t,. si Mi, h. i ^.i, remanded without lull until Sep uo UmlHT 20 when he appeared beHc personally could say that If there was no mention of priedlal packed Into special copper-lined of lne atccated was fraclureP n>ive Dart of h""u,n of the Die^l-electrlc plant H a 'S lal J^ dayi lmprUronmenl which costs three thousand ^ RoD *i m A ^ uM 10 ln p d) .. uttour wa impofe(l pounds (SM.sDO). ccised tuddenly dashed m %  UW ^ % %  ales of Deacon's Hoad by Hi* Built throughout of copper, road nd lhcre WM a collision. Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn v *M> these pans resemble in shape, one T nc deceased Ml to the ground found him guilty of inflict.ng of our locally made "Ash-trays," and he noticed that she was bleedbodily harm on lanthy Dray tor ind great care la required in their ing from the nose. The oflenct was committed on costs At this itaM His Worship M August 20 FINED 2t/iables." Either the producer or the one said that 238 holes of potahawkrr could cariy potatoes or toes were stolen from one of his other items to the market. fields befure he begin to reap. The Society adopted the audited Cold Storage statement of accounts to June 30, 1952. it ejaj MceeMry te itart with cold storage facilities otherwise The Society ap|xnntcd Mr. R. E. the centre could not possibly be King and Mr. C. O. Armstrong! proper operat run. to represent them at a meeting In f ~ When the Society write Governthe Legislative Council Chamber ment. thev will state: at 11 a.m. on October 1 to discuss rnment is no doubt aware plans which it is hoped will assist ef the unsatisfactory conditions In keeping down the number of which exist In lha Jiktivities surcane fires during the next crop rounding th-' disposal of agriculseason. The Society were asked turaI produce from the standpoint by the Colonial Secretary to apof both grow.-! unar. point two delegates to attend the Complaints are numerous anri indiscussions. cessant, not onlv In regard to the Also attending this meeting will staging ot the commodities for sale be delegates from the Barbados to the public, but equally to the Producers' Association, the Sugar exorbitant prices demanded by # On Tage 6. A fin Decrees Absolute Granted in the Court for Divorce ond Matrimonial Causes yesterday. His Lordship the Chief Judge. Sir Allan Colly more. Ki. granted the application for Deer. '^ lute in Ihe >..t i f t > V. lioner and C. E. Morris, Respondent. Decree Nisi was pronounced on the 3rd of July. Mr E v, B Tucted by Mr. E. D. Rogers. S< peared on > etitloner. Decree Absolute was Mso granted in the Suit I I tioner and A. G. Swire, Respondent. Decree Nisi was pronounced on the 1st August. Mr r, G. Smith, instructed by Messrs Haynes and Griffith, Solicitors, appeared for the petitioner. His Lordship pronounced Decree Nisi in the suit of M. E. Cox, Petitioner and W. M. Cox, ReFpondent. There wai no order as Mr E W. Barrow, instructed by M I D Ilosjers. repn petitioner. Rulers 4c, 14c. •:< Lead* 4c, 6c, 9c ea. Pen Nib* lc. 6c. 8c, 2i,c School Bags $4-49, $5.29. $6.11 ea. Maths. Sets $1.44 ea. Compasses 24c ea. Dividers ..<*•. each Paint Boxes 1 6, 2 -. 5/-, 6/ea. Paint Brushes sire 6 16c, size 7. 29c Pencil Boxes 2/C. V 3/. ea. Plastic IVnnl Case-. 3/6 ea. Memo B.>oU at 4c, 6c, 8c, ISC, Mc* 40c ea. ,'otinluin I'env 3 G. I/-, 5/ea Ball Pnint Pens 3 eu. Refills 1/3 ea. Dip Pens 6c, 2tc. Pen Holders 4c, 6c, 3c Diawfasf Books 20c, 30c. ea. Calag ( 'raven I'M-.. 30C. Short Hand Nete Books 1/3 ea CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd '0. II. 12. & 13 BROAD STREET HI li lha nama of I or 20/In 14 days or 14 STANLEY" HAND AND BREAST DRILLS. S1NOU AND DO IE IRONS, MH'KF.r FIRMER Dtjpt. r 3142 HARRISON'S D !lr d 2 ror3M 2



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SATURDAY. SEm.MBMl 2*. IMZ BAKU AIM* ADVOCATE PACK THJIf.F Jamaica To Re plan Statistical Department U.N.O. Expert Will Advise Govt. TWt &AMBOIS From Our Own Correspondent KINGSTON. Jamaica. Sept. 8. IN Jamaica to advise the Government on the re-organisation of ita Statistical Department is Mr Roe Goodman, Statistical Expert of the United Nations' Organisation, who arrived in the island this week. Mr. Goodman will remain in Jamaica for one year. Previously he served as %  West Indies. Thirty-two of the member of the Survey Research 43 nurses on the staff are Watt Centre at the University of Indians. Michigan, than spent a year in kaftan have Bangkok, Thailand, doing stallsbeen aacondaal to the hospital for tical work. He recently returna period ot thiee years by the ed from Bangalore. India, after Governments of Barbed a two-month visit conducting a ish Quits training course in statistical St Lucia and tl work under the auspices of the Island*. International Statistical Institute. All lha aura* which has heado.ua rtris in the live in at CfaaBO ill lent t Hague Holland. the hospital by the Cn.verslt CoileR" iintll the nursaa* home LIMBS TOST I.IISS completed. DM Oblaf Judrf... 'r7— %  i. t. m .i, .„„., A *h hospit.il loo. are the 86 Sir Allan Coll in th. ned " P -k for X second £""—">-">" ."tarda. time !h van? tow IMtMd through th* ipplioation for the I*thai "in IhiliKht of information ., ... 00 th,.tat. of the world market |:.MMI LOAN fen tri.it -....-... prln of lim. ahould I* reduced f,om $3 The Industrial Development Sl***l ; l!SSSiiIi" > !" B f"""' L "?* e j V) .lion eiUbluhed recently t. Catherine. Jamaica, proved In b the Government of Jamaica is ft" .H**"'"' Mamatrate', Court. cj. order*2 with Agriculturists' Union To lh> Resealetl Try To Prevent Strikes SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC This week they met again and now "currently negotiating a'loan s ' decided that while the market of S2.MW.OO0 from the Colonial ., rh '' npplit-iili,iLs weie was unsettled in July it had now Development Corporation so as Meaara Yearwood k Boyce. Solidtaken a downward move. Distilto be in a position to explore lor "lers repotted that the prii lime oil i and that the present (From Our Own Correspondent) ST. GEORGE'S Sept 17. BADGERED by recent petti£oKin^ strikes and .1 more nenaral scale but with iiuthnn ik anv rapprochement, the Grenada met vcaterday mornintf to consider il meeting a situation such as last year's antes) strike. l: i bad 1ba the eouna rather whole cwnmuiui, and Ifl Ini m .straightforward dlscusaloa spender r the larenilSS soil. 1 a wasje adjustment sine*llMft .Sfiii H" .fiiunuiiily and carries no reply before them on this a responsibility for war* paid Ideal for intimate personal use 'DETTOL' THI MODcBN ANT ISC MIC Pile's: AMI GlKTll D \ >!*! I> ism mi RartBiHi In Carlisle Bay %  .-IvtkMvn CnUrptur f Cat! Jih. FYmcn W jiaj.il I a KnwltJir A'lwnrt.! M Iu (.itW tfolor VtmmtU KMarSo AII*. *l. aaiv4ui lul • %  1 %  • mm reported that the price of opportunities and to assist in the Tne '"""winj: arUI Hon. E. M. dairy, on roads on the UM Ml was down on all markets industrial development of th**"*&* l l*aa WOk oi Maj kwt-OaoatwJ of the Manual paid by a* hat the present price was island. • D wal**, Mill.cent F. Carter, and MenUl Workers' Union, wi.o erease in aajrfcuttui "ifn % %  %  -no4 I i TIM,..). I what the market CDC is being tapped for funds Alexander lewis of Christ Church; ,td been written asking what ,nv. i far in i.. warranted. which the IDC will use to (Inane*Allc *" s Hutson. Mabel A. Yearproposals he had to mike in conJovernment expenditure on roai. It was decided to reduce the projects which it is satisfied will wuod. John M. Belllns. f St. aaquencc of a racen) latter ii und employ ms waakUlBd Ubmn price at which lime will be make a contribution towards the Michael; John MUlVa Vletra of -The West Indian" in which as N> I Wui i aiB P to y a n' <>r workbought from growers from S2.50 industrlnl development to $1.50. colony. It is proposed that the lv.aaa TOURISTS LOST The lack of regular passenaer steamship bat 'eon Jamaica and the United States is costing the island at lea-l 10.000 tourists annually, according to Mr. F. H. Bobert'un. the island's Tourist Trade Commissioner. Mr. Robertson said this was Jamaica's greatest need at the moment and added that there was no indication yet when such would come into oper-hould be guaranteed b' %  naica Governmeit loan thr .h.Sl. Oaaraa BBH nSy v. WlUama its of nrisaurs oi era'—should hava" the exelu 1*1 rOK STI\H\r i'yw such as would lead power to force wage* u to th. llflliwmi—>l of his eat.te and to assume the raspomiib. %  %  ind said he would shortly ba aprole of ruining the welfare of the HIinhabitant* of the colony." Record liana tm Shipment From Dominica His Worship Mr. C 1 yesterday lined 20-year-old labourer Seaman Connell I Hill. St. Michael | M days or MM ssoMh'i laaggiaeai%  ith hard labour for stfali (or All that was heard from Mr l,.nry WHS that he was glad lo learn of the desire of the planters Seawell AKSIVALN %  a Hi illill 1iU .t-ii. ODW. Lmn Mm. Se U shipped ation. although there adequate accommodation being by the S.S. Ben Como to the provided for CTUIM passengers in United Kingdom on September the cominu irlBtssj tourist icason. 5th. The Ben Como was the firs*. i —I. __ u. t>oal chartered by Jamaica-s competitors .n the ducU .^ who J, re under thai a I leg' ...viiipaUi strikes ui IIWIUTJ which can be redressed in the Law Courts are not juslillable. In the eiicumslancc!., the AgAs examples of such, it cltco: rieulturista* Union concentrated a strike e.uliir this year at Cslon further study of representsivttmy Estate lafUaal by 1 o!ilX. k ''" all iion wmin njVr bt-B m ldc "* U* 0 *'tiplyer M •!•, ^ %  **P t nber, when Ablvc.lt king assurance In n t oversSer In Antilles Pro*' !" to a, wer me ^^^ ,. tnw ^c "'vent of a strike occurring on )llf (-mo-..yniri.t, later, at I'd" „.cunder a 19 %  """. ^ '"/ hedul ^ J* n !" "'*.. r ^J" fallnl lo lam. I ovm* "rOm. iwU. US. mainland. Before Ihe war. ^;, wh?* ervd Jamaica lo *'*?" *"' g-g" "•• Among olher Ihlne, Governmuaed on duo l.„.l ,,ol„. h| PHl n . ,erv "^'„ ronl lake Domlnlca'a (rail Xo Enfland auUR •""' ""-uial.-. Ian I n %  .,„,„. !" R-M to qu New York, riorlda and Canada b „„.. morions ,ho boals 1CIMCI sting. M ,„„„ ,„„, ,,, ,,„„„,. dlapulc.H b'loniln. lo l.ic.vlded for pasaenger accorn... j„matca and could Tl cnd c mc "'"'.," vioua „„ colon,', welUi. u to Mamn orlmi wenl modalloni Ir,lh. tourl.l %  eason in cM Domlnica'a inilta. ^' h i^iS* f^ !" C1>'ben Joe Me ,„.,.„, „, 1 ,,„ l ,„„, J i„ .nexecw of SOD vlaltor. per week. Thls orcw| A „ UUe Pro ducU Ltd. IRKKKT l-OACII in Touch With Btrbadoi Coattal SUtlon ; -In... tiiruush Ihci Cnribbearr, such mu ... N.i".ii .in.! the Cuba. BerPuerto Iticn. then Palmist. MaC overseer was di*%  .' J--11 mull Vh" I. Altullr. 1 %  Ma ft • Io Itilladfrlplna. %  More Caa\a For Seh. Confident I.G. refused to quit, ictninuig th tHtyS the estate, an*! lln (Hit 11'M I During] or Alter n allaek el IMUEiXZA The irmplinu Flavour ol BOVRIL. its MM of auimilllion and ilremarkable revlvlrm and slrenglhenim; prttperlk'N make It an invaiuabl* ally. Buil.l up jour MlrcitsU* • %  BOVRIL Former J. Hemmorde Young is scheduled to on the 15th. go to British Honduras in Dacember and January to lay the ORGAN BECsTAl* foundotion for cricket develop-— ^^ to Abbott's mid-scTtlin near the boats" The aod as arie pighth round. Abbott, i shipwao w %  "" ,,,l M Wl '" ."head on to charter their own boats. The !" ?%nCS ISTtt-^TS 'n agricultural enterprise costOA.U to ral eon-pai.y is now preparing a ship***•' ""''' l £*'** " Ings are ..lat.v,. t „ uulput." lha rumour all-rounder men! as another boat is expected Hg* ?2^jftJ?^Jft£l (i.A.U. baj w„m,i Ciuvenimem. [S I '"' :::: I ;;I e Kctfrc ^urtas "• %  "-"— It was during the maiden vuy i'.:i or the schooner Ciifidertf |*0> M I'., -.. %  i 1 Iiei uw discovered that wllh inuro muUiind |ll hi boat would sail %  efforts of ti. %  dlas lha situation %  When the venae) returned from have been widespread~M Lueta, Mr. l-oide tuild that he ling agrleu going to equip it with roloclda with the Bp* additional sails. It la now comment ,n that colony, which "is ^ Mr. Lionel DcC Burke. Bardeve.op the. game bad. ?n sUident^ ^^odnngton rRi planning BaXSINKl At a recent M.irktl Iquan What atenu to be required H • nmet.ng, Mr. Qair, imlulgcd hl wage policy computed on fluctuuaual >l"'du>g agin.l employed there. Young^T.cM chr..,dCo,W^ ve, %  c %  £ Mr. John H ,, „ ,: b, "ZugSrjF^SR nS-S 5Eh*' ^d 3 In re'p.y ",.' he hope, in that tone lo.laj •* "'HK !" : STtS I ihi rt ^t^ .1, lut week fi^n a i.u, of the ^. ; ,, Irato, -..-. ran, to. be able lo carry out '_ Burke .oejanls^ and_eholr li|h< r „ ||e uWmM ho Olvmplc ^ umt ,.„ v I0uiinl , 1)U! j„, H „, ,, C *.T**^ eld !" n l)f l H * n i 1 : errnnem. for the rolnny'a economy accuiing lilm Mr. Charlea a former member -i, nr )h U ,. M . „ „ „„. A ,|„„„„„ ,,„,r-. Iclto lccholrmaater at St. Leonards. Barbados. Yourl who wa. an ouUtandMr. Burke, who 1. atudying o, _pl.yer. Ihen f^lLlS^L^JZlSi t S •*•" t,vef..u„,.,-„-,; -,;;;, The vessel Is due to sail day for Dominica with sugar us Let .-hief cargo. IIKloaal agvnls here are the ". W I BrtlOllliai Owners" Assom ti.-'iated. While this meeting did not apleading Senior Cup pla>-r. playieww^ ^ ^^ ^ M.ss Buganta •*"".'; Sp^baa.s "The r | tl.i. might ba largely duo ed (or Jamaica against Lord holiday s %sl hi Ca !" ^ V R ^,^ Chailes. Uwyer Donnnka lr. ^J^SSrS^^ taralaaal ^' c-.stit.de a legitimate trade la abaSOOB of a greater number 0F K %  > %  £ Sfl ^TKirhaSTn J^ t LS^i ££** -i X-S ^^^^1^ 'to^nucdJ. U J J -* aBS d the ataff of the Teach. = ~ "*„ SSpl^ u.g HoVpital attached to the UniCaribbean Joe *—-— ~ College of the We5t weight, scored lndtas is drawn from all over the Ter.'n %  ti HI NURSES AT U.C'.WJ asingi for dry batteries, fittings for motor rai ..rioting. Compounds of the elements are well know fields as medicine, dyeing and paint manufactura. In addition to producing zinc wire and strip for the >lccu-ical industry IC I. makes rlnc-chrome plgncnts for paints and •fine compounds for the proMHlaaj of rubber. Tuesday. WINg Antlgunn heavyCharles ii a t.k.o. victory n< th* Do %  Bill Abbott (also of Antigua) nation. conn. i.iru. ., Banana Asc"fjovarnnietit i ?r for economii trlkai on the lbs i I %  i i 11 i i %  i. i from all points of view the world's BIGGEST small oar buy! y, e * often oaad la lavsn and At ihs a. %  "W" lA.nsida'.lSo.il-iB prn..M,. ...f %  a loo* f nhdloUUloio|WBnaiheJ *)' %  "•"" %  • "•' 1 vplntrIB* panaa, feSMd tap •• BMMCIW I U omm be •>.urawl a %  •PROTEa YOUR EYES #^^ HlUllT cone.' Hniiuullur afSWrWtbrn (SH *ra-SMSi IMSNMba Wa RH lei. iMtM To*TaWf*-af III I I f i n (•OM-vSMl MSa-oValai Opt j i Fawa fur I Ibaaa •<•• eaa •>! earr a, avaria be kaUiT fkd. ^_aat aTttar are iva or lon•II I I 111 • [YE LOTION Moun BaS" ~" BIG — btyonc! boliifj FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. 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PAGF. TWO BMiR.MHiS ADVOCATE •NUTRO.W. SEPTEMBER &>. IS! QaJiib gatLLnq tan %  the passengiTv leaving the Bl i.. I.OIIff l>'li M PUn ADAMS. i %  \ I: i\ I \ % %  .... %  %  eave ind a/hik In Er.al tad < c mn Tain l I I fAn llu*inv** M R G tor Bun* %  %  So %  W< it.'ibo .tii I'M ; • %  nenl of 'I i aiding 0* • •' %  %  next %  %  aHBfc ii WBii i;.ged ml of the I ( oUaboratlon with the Jamaica Oov. %  I'm. Wmlm M R. W DATK Bo* turned to Trinidad II W I .' spending about two wMkf* hol%  I,,., s, kolanklp* M R l. A TW IMPS) # •i %  tuff of thHIA S .. %  //.(>. / TriniiltHl lyart A BAW1B1Y, Supvrln%  n uuoad in i W.l.A ai Wcdnisd..) hut. Mr. %  POCKET CARTOO' In OSBI HI LANI I V /'• Join IIUHIMIIUI M M .i PAVlUfl in Brur ItrathcWde. teft |h btUmd on Trui' %  I I.S-A Hw.l.A. H her husband who ... Btrn "f ihe Ti %  WIf : I 41 \i I fair \ FAIK In aid of the Christ tm Girts' Brigade will be h. Id at the Wt/ft Foundation i. Monrtav 6th October, from 1.00 p.m. lo 0.00 pm The Sunday Srhm.l Tea. illMlllklj this Fair • ih he th* uunl stallmerits, lucky bl.uned from Mr* G 1. Hindi WYIchev ChrtM M !t. AND MRS. ANTHONY >r\ INNER *are passenger* I B.W.1 A Ml %  !: I %  \ on Th UMI.-I Insl IMT wilt Assistant .Mini ID Tobacco .nil hM DMB ip.ua. tl ; % % %  % %  wno r I.V. i man Tnmd.id t i v. %  .-L w..UU) Baptasnbei lake Mr %  m here 4 /-/V M R. AM and their two children from Trinidad by 1< W.l.A I Yixitvil t'nfilnml \ml >. •.llumtl M R AND Mils | ORANNUM curr.. r.glnnd by B.O.A.C./ B.WJ \ m Thered pending 3 holiday in England llaad. Mr. Graanuin i* ." A'tnrin-y "f lt->l>ert Thorn HorW Tufgvlhvr M R. KENNKT1I MOSS of i %  (%  Iwaford. Essex who is *it present Food mm Mnnager of ihe Carlbe Hilton %  an t Ii W i A from Trinidad OB We.lnosd.a BfMrnoon. ng tor H %  nf St. Lawrov : of Hotel bualn s* Ihei at U* Son To tnl.uul M RS. M. AUGVSTF. who had h.ili.lavmK hejr as 'iinnn the Mi -\ %  -vim her mm Barrv who recently iad by • %  ss. OP OVMM hi Inrland w*< i % %  Lndo. Sftrttl Holiday M iss VIOLA DBOAZON retumod to ii" bdasd from I'W.l.A on Wed"ii hpendinn a Frruiiiiil KMRM* \It. ItAHHY MOULDER, re1* UrM run Servant of Trinidad, rciur'ii benv caotnU) by %  W I A i %  '"u tiro rnoMf ha holl I %  rtoutdar is %  %  H Hi ii" in be < omim ovei oon laatn. r nrff ca l Sim M R. BBINBUn Al.l.FYNF reI I w.'.h aid ,bl B.W 1 A fnrfii Qranadi whenhi had bean < ihoit holi'. %  % %  %  I2lh Sepu-mber. 1952 On behalf of the Weil lnrlieVsMciatiofi. Mr F. Flanagan will undertake a tuo months' tour tt Trinidad and Jamaica in January. He is the London Editor of th r :mrtbt>fai fi^ftorter. furm-i || W. t fadtet' Bavera '.. official organ of the Association During his visit he will CBPtact customers of the magazine. ltetwcen June ISM and June • was able to Introduce the goods of %  i-.rtinii houses and iiniU in the Caribbean Of theai-. H4 has never had business .unr • • lions with the West Indies. The goods in question included clothing, vehicle*, thai materials, electrical cciuipment mjchinery. footwear, p.iper nr't Arnhrni Visil Trinidad's McDonald Rallev. British Olympii l>ack in London from Holland. While I visited Arnhem I - the Ooster> beck Airborne Cai UH paveaof l,4M Brttfah seldteri wtio wan killed during U Mac was ajnoni of 32 Polj bachJ Han u n ho wont to l.i ne cenicb ry. Hi I enough dh tha %  %  *•' HHI >• B> LONDON PI ive me a deef 'deling that anyone else who did the same couki never talk cheerfully about war again." Commiasion The Bahama! House of Assembly has commissioned novelist II F Ba;es to wiiie a history of He and Ms wife will Isava for Nassau at the end of the rba) expect to be there irtre* months and Will live In • house outside the capital Hilary St George Saunders had half hnLshtd %  history of the Bahamas when he died in Nassau l;i*t December Now. appropriately. Bates %  til riiu-h it for him. Appropriate. • •< -use ihey were great friend* BY THE WAY A NINE-\ ia. | bill %  I %  ii: : ... I knew n rich do; ana %  he ke;it a i : . lio Hi pool the othei at: Si* T*t!F t %  '• tin 'l'i price rt, t \ . %  | Id price ting Area. %  %  i '• is shown ilfna or read ih' World %  %  to Ihe %  .. -i -" 11 (.>r hardei *fy hump of vmgtmenimg -.,.. %  1 %  I, |U 1 %  %  %  1 %  old Brigh• nim,i when I who angen^d phi %  iced out .-it oi.lmgNow I'll r. i ov MM Old bin ho. The OBJJ iuiif I ever had tn. buiup* .. yoath, i wag told i would make a wonderful enrlneci i i-fpiieo trial I was al" %  "' %  design HIR a hndiip acTOM Go on a iih .1.he said. 'Success will %  : '-'forts." By BEACHCOMBER ( nnlnh m/.. T HKMK wa< .HI ,iwk*aid n %  .'. %  iieing shown round the Tlchester Soup Annexe An ild Ttiara b notlUnsj soap will nol make In sb ivhi i Sothlng?' queried the dusky io'entalP. M| black hM ii malirtous grin The oft Hushed %  aurc ant ed: %wT.et.iKl.'s mnlhfi ln't \y fomfa %  :-. %  H'lifii \ HH|MBT 6aM Off I ,nii|iiii|i 0 %  %  %  ' ndi hi tMi it n w D • A XT* * ,h " I ohd.1V I ttH i aith ololiciai, %  '!" ., fl M he,, pfllnl out MOM l.uts which "' overn personal rriatlonahlpa '"": , will *lnd bittei irtlna .T bit lah l! liind it's ;, lug -tV) parents awrv. marriage bi gin fully brought d aug h ter and retetnad hai conn danci ih. n she will surelv apjieelate ti f.tct ibat you an inurina hi'i to hM %  hayteui %  I %  h %  fnmilv value. AM %  I lug of a girl of n Is m 'i i.iil.W %  %  %  ••I lltO MMMttlS ^dillH 1 : dlsrovery %  Self-control md u tey-cantrol" IWt on]. u( a future rahguring l the boys aha knows. In <> want) ,i molhei < IL.l. Ml, HOM-S 72, KlflS — '_. Price— Matinees. Circle House ;ind Bal. a priasj rnan In London week w< Trinidad Labour M Albert Gomes He arns from the Colonial Office on Thursday eventng tn i>nd M BM crowded with friendof whom had brought a. ! tt|. The occasion was Mr and sag* 1 22nd weddim anniThe party had been I ,... ,.,.., .,. ., iurprise And it *ns ,.,,. ,: „ i.. AN. WCM IIKII-II wi.lkiug into Ihe flat after the pro,.,., ,,,-lrr wny wouM i, nvr bnn uulle i erdonably (*cuatd foi thinking it was Canuvsl %  %  %  Wharf Kuperinlendeiit Among the au'.-sts was Mr. Joe D'arcy. Wharf Superintendent. Trinidad He is attending a course of instruction at the Pan don. He ha. t* i month and finds the work most Intcre-tmg Later he plans to visK the dock> al Liverpool and. if powlhl* hopes to he home for %  Appointmtnt Coming to London in October to act as Jolnr managing director of Campbell Booher Carter Ltd.. the exDort merchants, is Mr. Hugh Leishman. Chairman of the Kit (Uganda) branch. Described as "a trader of quite outstanding ability" he has been s commercia" member of no*t North Rhodesiat Government boards in recem veors. Latt year he vldted Hrtti-t Weather Virtina A victim of lrf>ndon's cold snap last week was Miss Gladys Longbridge. ecrriory to Mr Rust ,manle When I saw her M Wadnesday she was iuit n from the effects of a had cold Happily she -as nldeto DM hi ihe talki Indies trade .... %  ,, %  For Saturday September 20. l9St I-ook in the i.i B yt"r birthday comes anda^ llnti what your outlook is. itccordinu to the sUr, AK1ES good changes in habits. Aim to^ March 21— April Wlncraaw wur popularily. you can ad*-ance^ in business and socia.lv • * —Adapt yourself to new useful methods; "* %  ..ntage of helpful conditions wlthmi fuss or stalling You can betttr living^ conditions if you are alert W a * Tgfca lesson from vound advice. Revis. J budget, cut waste and excess spending and ^ energy. * —Many new tden. plans. It behoves us to _ %  ., affiliate ourselves % Don't followany leader blindly. * * -Iiiys. Adopt ortho-^ Lttel itr, artistic. ustral aims favoured ^ •k TAUU ^ April 31 to MT %  UKMINI Mav II Jim' CAKCt, A, Jun* K—July 23 LEO July 24 Aua. Rupert's Spring Adventure — 33 Listening Hours • •—i.is r i* :sst. si M Ipir Ttt N*w IS p m Th.1>H> N*I vn-4 IS p in Horn* t E1SM. P '" Hiit>v i.*.*\* l-oota-ll. S OS P "< < ..„ prxvr -t ihe Wr J Upm Mum loi P m ihav ia>ni seors. aeM ,, t .to* Pr.<-nn PatoO*. 7 m Th MSWI '10 p ni Hoi" N#W B"SSB II irit p fsasss. i —-a Aitri rh.nk.ng ih OM)|UI*I rtupcii hurncs **>iy iioprfu. oxl TiasfklT o>mi nh him. "MP want to w.tch wh Iwimm wo." ih ssyi. '* Thai sp"y % &f lly good in Chins, perhips Riipan. %  find The ii-n (Jung will I%  n Imp of Saring ii I*' %  how BM whfi-s msi queti boulder %  I oaadn'i find when 1 mast atl I IS pin Th* CM) p %  Iptrrli SfMf" v—., — : S M p m IS p tn Th* Nva, % %  i* i ,TaBl io U p n Mu < BMBPil T IS ttaflio SJ .1. %  VIROO Aug. 23 -Sept LIBRA Sept. 21 -Oct. BJ SCORPIO n • gfse I %  t>r Do CAPRICORN Jan 21 csoss hoas Poos-Pint, fgd 3 food m Chun, perhips IT I musi ssi WAasfsssfesai. "Thee djfsrsoiiy m %  ggiaaa. Ms •• P" and |IMI doubihillT ' corns sssl" "Righr-bol'' s*v< dss haki OVBMH girl. WlAZA^HiEATiii HRIIMIKTOWN "ISSIM IliM (MILLION DOLLAR PURSUIT a UDM I SOUTH OF RIO %  i BarfeM art K aosH aa H \KHAKKt.S tADt> > APPOINTMENT WITHDANGERi HOOD 4 L I III 1 I III S Misa HAMLET Tmliii.ffcii*! IHI ai'.or.n i. KioKi-y IMI | I |..11 I I I T nllhi %  auk whoif BH ..! KING OF THE TEXAS RANGERS THE SECRET CODE •Uarnivs p.i.i Knv a OthsM i In Action Pcin-.i Thr.li r .i Monday a T.I.H1" lasia Pwtiipllr D> I THE MASKED MARVEL wHh PS* Ht,rl m j JUt II MO .MlOS.BiMM_0 *rd A Ttiu-* • a> a s so NH.rlT %  %  or SONIAN y Cailing all the BOYS JUST III 1 i f\ I >> %  iloun) %  \S 36 ins. >< MVanent %  >( Accounts thU store will berlfjaaJ for Stork-Taking a* TUESDAY SEPTaTJfBoTJt 3th H M IDS i 'PENING ON THE 1ST els. 64 eta. let*. t llll T. R. EVANS WHITFIELD S BRANCH 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE Hgva yi u h.'.irci ol Jonnv Lynn \ v,-r\ prgtty UttM tlun M T;> tO thr time when INI ; seemed t* ni;me hei Lhlivtj it to ataj wltti Aunt Chloc f o( "PKTER'Se cog Ajid now she's ground eighteen iyi '. HJ gnould % %  :. i her— Sh's rcgbUv ">'*'" %  %  Her eyes are clear and loveK UM Boyi ijeware when ihe smiles ai you She's fond of dancing jnd all sport In fact sin's really .i vgjga good sort. Then i! vxyg gak h*f tl.e rc.isun why This is always her reply I health ytn; sec depend Ol what Auni Chios nconimends 1*1 n K''S" cm IJ cverytl.iv glthy happy and Ra PETERS' SUPERLATIVE BREAKFAST COCOA Sold nl nil a"iH JiroffM 1 1 Hi. i inonly 24 rent1 • Ih. lin^ only IS cents f t f t f t I ll I BANISH RHEU/sAATISM TAKE BRAITHWAITB More and more people ar* Using this remedy because of the speedy relief they have found with It. If you suffer from rheumatism, gr! a bottle la-day. tMlsi. MI--H I A aaoo ro c A rr TOW S, BIW l.ri-H CltAWMttlD IIMIIIIIIIKIIi. Joan Ci.*(...' A i""i" >.i lI^MI> • • • unable aspects, addad 23 tad lrini:TOUT Hnfla isa, l-itcnt weapon. Cultivate gud assoria-"^^ tions %  > * Indlculions urge greater consistency of ^ i wit Be discreet in ap*T Be confident hut not too forceful. * ,, Aftaraoon more stimulating, may bvW 24 —Kov. 32 essler for that good idea or proposition Yiiir afTiiir' IKMV 'tiniiBlv under Mar* RoasaNoe rgti • • • fiAOITTAEIUS -1-ook for changrs. ,illercl conditions.^ 22 *onir f"r th ired. , * %  oddlr failings or mistakes Admit •nl nncw. smile Will gL you help me In this, friend"" ^ • • 11 Ide with grit, rrwL ftdance and %  better look m rour*^ 111jm. I'llsh'd under troublesome condillons * —You know good luck or reaultl can't lie* turned on like water from %  tap. Care in hard work, good iiidgment and righl | H ombrned make for lasting MCCM jL Kaej i djC YOU BOKN i'• OAy ara dlatrlnilnatsng, modest, often re%  <_ Urine though have dedlUte opinions and are a good speaker ~ Strong eharactat .md personality that can bring you to the i heigh* I'tlors. teachers, artists, musician*^ in Virgo Birthd^te .: Jama Fi.mklin Hurley, editor, pubW Uahei Who Wauls A Fortune Without Liberty? all die what is left of the money goes to the Democratit National Committee. But the dogs kept Arbuckle's neighbours ir. a constant stale of insomnia, and 50 of them signed II protest urging the removal of the dogs. Moved they were to %  quiet haven on banks of theWabash River Cricket", however, wasn't., having any. She tossed aside her fortune -for the wide world. At the last report was wandering the r.r. AQUARIUfl Jsn 22-Frb 20 rncn Feb. 21—March 20 PARIS A wealthy dog named Crickct". who apparentl> decided thai money Isn't everything, Is sought i Thursday by authorities. They want To -hip her off to Join her former room-mates "Cricket" is one of the 12 dogs who share in a $4,000 estate left by their kite aster Ottl Ailni -tK \i vCCUPJ Arbuckle homo for the reft of then mituiiil lives. When they "The Candlelight Supper Room" An exciting \ariation of g well loved theme, mir new CAMDLBUGRt Sl'PPER ROOM is n nnctiimn) melnd>; wherein the harmonv • i mn>ir bf Panama, the song of Ihe sea. and .' famed cuisine, blend iind reflect in ihc ijiw nf your CANTM.FUr.HT Kl'PPFR \ OPENING TONIGHT I'M MM CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE H i-nn :






WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts 10 0 an
Meeting of the Housing Board 10 00
Caladium Show at Whitcha!!
St. Peter 12 noon
First, Intermedidte and Sccond
Division cricket matches at
var.ous grounds
B.R.A. Rifle Shoot at Govern-



1.09 p.m

ment Rifle range 1.00 p.m
Extra Mural Show at British
Council, Whitepark 8.15 p.m



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

sind the Good that I can do,

resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

U.S. Will Enter
Indo-China War
Malik Charges

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Sept. 19.
THE Security Council rejected ten to zero the Soviet

draft resolution calling for

admission of the “democratic

Pav badros



From All Quarters:



Communist

‘Like Workers

republic of Vietnam. United States delegate Warren Austin |
said he voted against Malik’s resolution because the “dem-
ocratic republic of Vietnam is simply a name given by

Vietminh to their rebellion
5.41 p.m. G.M.T.

The Soviet Union also cast three —

consecutive vetoes in the Security
Council to kill the membership
applications of Cambodia,
and Vietnam.

The Soviet Union accused the|
United States of planning to in-|
tervene directly in the Indo-,
Chinese civil war. Jacob Malik
told the Security Council “ihe
United States ruling circles at-|
tempt to set up a pretext for an
open and flagrant intervention by
United States forces in Vietnam.”
Malik said that the pretext is th
French-American effort to obtair.
United Nations membership fo-
Cambedia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Therefore, the Soviet dip omat
added, Russia will veto the three
applications.

Another Korea

Malik said that the United
States plans to juse the same
methods in Indo-China as in
Korea. “This colonial adventure
would be covered up by the}
United Nations’ flag.” Malik ar-
gued for the admission of the
Red controlled Vietnamese regim2
which is described by the Rus-
gians as the “Democratic Repub-
lic of Vietnam.

Malik said: “French and Amer-
ican masters of these puppets have
taken extraordinary measures,
including the unusual method of
sponsoring their United Nations
applications. Last March, Secre-
tary of State Acheson was com-
pelled to recognize that the situ-
ation in Indo-China is very
serious, and called on the French
general command to set up native
forces in Vietnam.” Malik then
anoted a statement before the
House of Representatives’ Foreign
Affairs Committee by Defence
Secretary Robert Lovett that the
cessation of hostilities in Indo-
China would free 10 to 15 divi-
sions that could be used in Eu-
rope.

Malik said: “This is why Ach2-
6on has asked to set up native
forces in Vietnam. This is why
France has placed their member-
ship applications before the Secu-
rity Counci', In the light of these
facts it is easy to understand this
plot about setting uc puppets in
Indo-China and getting into the |
United Nations. United States
ruling circles attempt to set uD
a pretext for an open and fla-
grant intervention by United
States forces in Vietnam.”

Malik devoted a large portion
of his 30-minute speech to state-

.” The Council adjourned at

“Troops Guard |

Al Khoury’s

Residence

BEIRUT, Sept. 19 {

A strong detachment of gov-
ernment troops stood guard
around the summer residence at
Aley where ousted President Bes-
hara Al Khourv retired
yesterday's bloodless coup.

Guards posted as Parliamentary
Opposition Lesder) démandea 2
swift investigation of the alleged
corruption in the Al Khoury
regime and government guarantees
that the deposed President would
not te premitted to leave the
country.

Kelstives of Al Khoury said he
was taken completely by surprise

| by the chain of events culminat,

ing in General Fuad Shehah’s
@ssumption of pover as premier
and sfrong man,

“Al Khoury counted on his grip
on the army up to the last
minute’ one relative said. “He
never thought the army would
1efuse his request to quell
demonstrations in the streets,”

—U-P.

Lebanon. Can
Become A “True
Democracy”’

PARIS, Sept. 19.

Commenting on yesterday’s
coup d'etat in Lebanon, the Con-
servative “Ce Matin le Mayes”
said that Lebanon cannot be
compared with the other Middle
Eastern countries, It said: “Its
population is in general well off
and, thanks to the admirable
work of the French schools, the
illiteracy rate is hardly



after,

15 per |





cent. There is no religious fanati-|

eism for profiteers to exploit
either, The Moslems are in the
minority.”

“Everything seems to indicate,
then, that Lebanon, which is al-
ready a republic, can easily be-
come a true democracy when the
corrupt regime put into power

by the resigned President is wiped! on,

‘
|



|

Berlin: Dolls are to lose their
“sweetly angelic look”, say
Communist orders given’ to
East German toy manufactur-
ers. Instead, they must be
“realistic” and preferably
dressed in working clothes and
tractor overalls,

Cape Town: Johannesburg's
lights and smoke are obscur-
ing the view of the milky way,
so that the ten-inch photo-
graphic telescope of the Union
Observatory is being moved
out of the city, The growth of
tall buildings nearby is another
reason for the shift, said Dr.

Van Den Box, the Union as-
tronomer.
Telaviv. Premier Ben Gurien

has ordered an official inquiry
to be opened to discover why
Israel athletes at the Olympic
Games did so badly.

Berlin: Sunday work, without
extra pay, is being introduced
at the Communist-run East
Grrmin_ Riesa steelworks to
produce extra steel for the re-
armament drive. The eight
thousand workers, who pro-
tested, were told that the
measure was dictated “im de-
fence of peace and not to
amass capitalistic profits.”

Cape Town: Being drunk in
charge of a donkey cart earn-

ed the driver Jacob Louw a Was no official indication so far,

SATURDAY

| Egypt Asks
For ‘Arms

LONDON, Sept. 19.
The Britinn Foreign Office stated
jon Friday that it has received a
formal request from Egypt for
arms and supplies. The Egyptian
request is being “studied,” a
Foreign Office spokesman added.
The request was made to Brit-

ish ambassador in Cairo, Sir
Ralph Stevenson two days ago
and received at the Foreign

Office in London yesterday, The
arms requested by Egypt include

some which have been contract- |

Britain offered earlier this.week
to send teehimical experts to Egypt
'to help’ General Mohammed
'\Naguib’s government with its
projected agrarian reforms. There



| U.N. Security Council Reject.
~ Resolution On Vietminh 10-0

| plies, said yesterday,

Dolls To Look And Supplies



1952



—



New Prices For \'
Previsions Ga |

Inte Ferce Now

The increase in the ||
prices of ground provisions | |
\| Concerning which a notice |
|] was published in Thurs.

j day's Newspaper took im.
|| mediate effect, Mr. F A
Bishop, Controller of Sup-

Spect of eddoes and yams
“are current dates’, he said,
and ‘are applicable to any
year.” ‘

The dates given in re- |



Sialin Wants
To Avoid

Provocation

LONDON, Sept, 19.

recent discussion that
he had on the interview with
Neni in Italy, Crossman said that |
Ne»i told him that the
reports of the Stalin
were “quite untrue,”

earlier
interview

Advocate

f
i

YESTERDAY'S "

Rainfall from Codrir

Total Rainfall for the méfittr> > —_
and 41 parts ,

Highest Temperature

Lowest Temperature

Wind Velocity

Baromter









84.5 °R

“4.5 °F

Six, miles per hour

§ a.m.) 29.920, (3 p.m | 2.836

TO-DAY
Sunrise 515 am
Sunset: ¢.15 p.m
2 : + High Tide: 4.06 a m., 4.25 p.m
PRICE : FIVE CENY’S Low Tide: 10.21 a.m., 6.50. p.m

Truman Will Be Asked

Jews Are |
Celebrating |

New Year

The Jewish
Barbados
Fraticn of
terday

Community in
commenced the
their New Year
evening at 6 o'clock, and
will continue through Sunday
w th ligious services at the resi-
ce of Mr. S. Altman at Hart’s

cele-

yes.

ey

7ap

Bus ness houses and establish-)
nénts administered by Jews will!
be closed throughout to-day |



British Foreign
thony Eden declared on
that the Chinese
come out on the

Secretary An-
Friday
Communists had
bad end of their

To Settle Oil Dispute

<

Ambassador Will
Stress Threat
Of Communism

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.

AUTHOR TATIVE diplomatic sources said on Friday
that the Tranian Ambassador, Allah Yar Saleh, will ap-
peal to Truman next week to make a further effort to settle
the Iranian oil dispute and will also warn him of the in
creasing danger of Communism in Iran. .
They said that Truman has taken the unusual step of
agreeing to hear Saleh explain at length the Iraniar? situ-






cent joint note signed.by Truman
and the British Minister

PRESIDENT TRUMAN Winston Churchill, to the Iranian



Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh,
settle the dispute constituted

ed before the embargo imposed| Soviet Premier Josef. Stalin Exactly nine days after the) ation to him when Saleh presents his letters of credence
by the Britis) Government last|/was quoied as anxious to avoid} “°™Mmencement of the jreligious4) to him early next week.
autumn following clashes in the|any provocative action that] Celebrations, there will be a day| The préfentation of letters of
Suez Canal zone. Arms earlier| might precipitate a shooting war] °! fasting, commencing on the eve credence is wisually purely a
ordered by Egypt but not de-jwith the West, but is prepared | °f the Day of Atonement and con- courtesy ting a few
livered were understood to in-| for 10 to 15 years’ cold war with| ‘mu¥ing through the following) minutes .that Saleh
clude jet planes and tanks anti-Communists in confident an- | “®) | is vi much
The spokesman declined to in-jticipation that the Eastern bloc On Tuivursday night, the Chief of in jis
dicate whether an early decisionjcan stand economic strain better| Rabbi of the Britjsh Empire} 20 pretary
was to be expected. Britain lifted | than the West. The Soviet Mar-] ‘¢livered a Radio Broaccast over} of, hurs-
last month the embargo on the|:>al’s views are contained in al the B.B.C. to members of the, dd ar-
non-operational equipment for | new and allegedly correct version, J¢wish Community all over the ce tterst
Egypt's armed forces including|of the interview he granted the’ World. €
trucks, uniforms and certain spare jItalian pro-Communist Socialist {
parts for arms supplied in recent!jeader Pietro Neni last July al e -. ! oe
years, the Kremlin. Ch O Bad xe ty
Britain also offered to resume] The latest version was reported Ina n ed & w effort
training of Egyptian officers which! »y Richard Crossman who detail- {yy e conjunc-
was interrupted as a result of the]|ed in the current issue of the et-| nd Of Bar a 1 pee ae sh—to settle
deterioration in Anglo-Egyptian | wigg weekly New Statesmen and & ll ‘he oil dispute; sec8ndly, the re-
relations last autumn. Finally'Nasiong a }
BELGRADE, Sept. 19

Crossman is a leftwing labourite

fine of £2 or fourteen days. whether Egypt has taken up any and lieutenant of Aneurin Bevan.

Evidence was that the donkey
was trying to keep to the right
side of the road but Jacob kept
pulling him over to the wrong
side. When stopped by the
police the donkey was stated to
have “looked angry”.
Georgetown, B.G.: Thousands of
children have been turned
away from schools during the
pagt three days because there
is neither accommodation nor
teachers. The situation has

of the recent offers. —U.P



Officials Must
, Awake Earlier

CAIRO, Sept. 19.
Premier General Mohammed
Naguib who gets up early himself
has ordered all government offi- |
,tials to report for duty at 7.30)
a.m,

He warned that late arrivals |
forced the Government to sus-| would be punished and persistent !

pend the law compelling child-| stragglers would be fired, In the Commissioner,

Crossman -—— Neni account
said that Stalin is confident that
Russia can hold its own in the

competitive armament race and

avoid action.”

—U.P.

any provocative

Dos Santos Ooming
For Salary Talks

Sir Errol Dos Santos,
will be



Salaries
visiting

ren between the ages of six past Egyptian government hours Barbados between September 22

and fourteen to attend school.
Vienna : “Locomotive” Emil
Zatopek, Czech running ace

who was attacked as a “prima
donna” by the Czech Minister
of Defence, General Cepicka,

has toed the line, He has
promised not to allow himself
to be “hero-worshipped” any
longer. His reward—promo-
tion to the rank of major in
the Czech Army and award of
the Order of the Czech Repub-
lic for meritorious service to
Czech sport,

Chaplin Barred
From Entering
United States

By DICK WEST.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.
Movie actor, Charlie Chaplin,
e of America’s favourite comed-



|were 8.00 a.m, to 2.00 p.m., but
most officials didn’t show up until
\9.00 a.m. or 10.00 a.m,



Cotton B

|

and September 26 for discussions
and to take verbal evidence in
connection with the review of

UP. wegples of the Civil Service,
ard Try Tc
' Expand World Trade |



BUXTON, England, Sept. 19.
SIR RAYMOND STREAT, Chairman of the British
Cotton Board, presided at the first private session of the

International Cotton

Conference to

consider ways and

means of expanding world trade and at the same time pre-

Over 60 delegates representing the main exporting

countries—the United States, Britain, Japan, India, Hol-

land, France, Belgium, Italy

and West Germany—met this

morning behind closed doors in the Chatsworth Room of
the lush Palace Hotel which is the pride of this famous

t
vent cut throat competition.

watering place in Derbyshire.

inente dnd Meee Ones st jans, but a controversial fi ee eer
; ° ' ’ 3 gure off +
shew that “French-American The left wing non-Communist! the screen, was barred on Frida ‘
ageression in Inde-China is %|“Combat” said: “The seizure of, from returning to the Unites U.S. Ambassadors
failure and that the people of|power in Lebanon by General) states pending Immigration Ser,

To Meet In London

MOSCOW, Sept. 19,
United States
George F. Kennan left by

Vietnam do not sunvort the three; *uad Shebab constitutes a new) vice investigation. Attorney Gen-
“puppet” Governments. —U.P. | phase in the revolution which is;cral James MeGranery ordered

upsetting the Middle East, immigration officials to hold the
FRANCL ACKNOWLEDGES ee Rae Sek | “Tee: heady
ALEMAN’S SUGGESTIONS

The Conservative mass _ cir-| ings” if he seeks to re-enter the
culation “Figarnt” said “the re-| United States,
PARIS, Sept, 19 | semblance between recent events; McGranery gave no reason for
The rench government ack- 19 Cairo and Beirut is obvious.!ihe order saying only “the hear-
nowledged the receipt of sugges-
tions from the Mexican President



plane

of North American diplomats and
State Department officials

It underlines the existence, of a ing will determine whether he is
desire for change that is com-' admissible under the laws of the]. 1"

addition to Kennan



; 2 . mon to most of the countries of United States.” Chaplin sailed|A™bassadors to Great Britain
Sates’ ef wan tale nt nee the Middle East. It is regrettable for England on Wedntsday vith France, Italy and Western
munjom, “The French govern- all the same that this praise- his wife, Oona, and their four|Germany are to meet with top
ment renders homage to the new, Worthy desire for political and children. Mrs. Cnaplin is the State Department officials on
initiative of President Aleman, moral rejuvenation has not until qaughter of p'aywright Eugene |September 24, to review policy
and the deeply humanitarian and now found any other instrumcnt ONeill. p ast —U.P
pacific feelings which inspire it, ‘re than military ele- we eyes aboard the “Queen
*e reign m inistry communique S. izabeth” about nine hours ‘e- ’ . a
said in’ part U.P.) —UP. | fore the liner saileq@ for New Food Poisonirg

York, the much-sued actor dodg-
ed the service of a subpoena in a In Portugal
$13,000 suit. Chaplin’s press re-

presentative, Harry Crocker, ex- , PORTUGAL, Sept. 19
plained that he would hive had _ Government officials are inves-
| to cancel the trip if the subpoena[ gating a wave of food poisoning
\had been served. believed caused by salted ccddfish
| —wvU.P. |wWhich killed three persons and



Chinese Reds Capture
Two Hills From Allies

SEOUL, Sept. 19. Second Division

SCREAMING Chinese Communist soldiers captured |
two hills from allied troops early to-day and fanatically Matches End Today

resisted allied attempt to dislodge them. |
Reds won both positions in a series of four attacks

sickened hundreds more in North-
- ern Portugal during the last two
months.

Although no precise figures are
available, a Lisbon newspaper es-
timated “more than 1,000” per-
sons have been affected by bad
codfish. Most of the victims re-
‘overed but at least three deaths
vere reported,



All Intermediate and Second
Division cricket matches in* the
Seventh Round will be concluded

Itrade in
ee

for London to attend a Conference| estimates of the total

that began at 9.30 p.m. Also on the Western Front, Reds

tc-day while in the First Division

Fishery experts said cod poison-
ng can be caused by “pink” cod-

swarmed up the slopes ef the hills into bunkers and | tre second day’s play in the Fifth



The conference moved here
from London where it held a pub-
lic session which Streat described
as a “good start”. In Buxton the
conference is expected to continue
for one week to try and map out
the likely course of future world
cotton textiles, Confer-
ence sources said the conference
would first of all study stgtistical
volume of
world trade likely to be available,
and then individual estimates
from each country of the volume
of textile exports each expects tc
achieve,

Leaders of all delegates who ar-
rived here from London last night

met to decide the agenda. Con-
ference sources said they con-
fronted the fact that the world

market for cotton is shrinking and
iny nation which seeks to increase
exports can do so only at the

jexpense of other nations

| All Would Benefit

| The British and European dele-
jgations’ view is that all nations
would benefit if international com-

} petition can be kept within cer-
tain bounds. United States dele-

gat@s_on the other hand favour a
poliey of expansion and removal
of “artificial corps that support in-
efficient textile industries.” The
Japanese delegation has so far
presented a combination of nation-
talism and internationalism with
its leader expounding a “live and
j tet live” policy

In the opinion of the European
delegations Japan is expected to
reject any agreement to divide the
markets with other exporters and



® 1 @, e nC ALIS j ~ 2S: a it »stric-
trenches with guns blazing. Most of the Allied defenders scries will be started. ish, so called because it turned to press for bolition of re rice
fell back t ; staved United Nations warplanes later The matches are as follows:— hat colour from bacteria whic ms On expo! ) “ § ve
e ee “_lraked the weste front hill with FIRST DIVISION attack heavily salted cod, after\viously considered to be. exclu-
: S eiaie? cata a ; Cc Re ae +, | long periods of storage. —U.P. sively British UP.
‘ j 93 deadly raid of napalm = and Police vs. Carltcn at Queen's q
*F * Te * \bombs in an attempt to dislodge Park.
, | - 2 co
Foreign Pr essu | fanatical Chinese Communists Lodge vs. Empire at Lodg
iwho virtually annihilated the Pickwick vs. Ccllege at Kensing:

On Bonn Govt.

ton.
Wanderers vs,

United Nations defenders in a
savage battle to capture it. A grim}
fight for “Kelly Hill? took place}
on the western front west of Imjin}

Spartan at Bay
INTERMEDIATE
Cariton vs Y.M.P.C. at Carlton

CAIRO,
expressed the hope

Sept. 19
Arab Leagi











on Friday that its protest against River, Empire vs, Spartan at 9 OTTAWA, Sept. 19, jed little faith in the DOmIbINwes
the planned payment of West At the same time other Allied Hall 1 tak at Canada may advi-e the sterling of ar large cale in provemen
Geman ieperitions to Israel soldiers north and east fought to', Combermere vs. Police at Com-|1),. at the forthcoming London so long hinking adhered to
would counter-balance foreign ,:egain “Old Baldy” also lost dur-, bermer* - 4 Sa ; Pik Economic Conference that the “the restrictive philosophy of
pressure on the Bonn een ing the night to waves of scream! Windward-vs. Pickwiek at Wind-'+. ndamental solution to its pro~ balanc ing sterling ne payments
to pay indemnities for Nazi per- ing Reds, In the air Allies sent out | ‘ f : é _. _.|blems rests in Washington rather) with the doller world by curbs on|?
secution of the Jews. The League a fleet of thirty-three Japan and ou vs. Mental Hospital af an in a tighter Commonwealth! dollar imports.”
Assistant Secretary Ahmed E) Okinawa base superfortresses to "Ci ble & Wireless vs. Wanderers |trade } |
Shukei-y to’d a Press conference drop 297 tons of incendiary bombs! .; Boarded Hall cy. The Government's attitude was Instead the article suggested]
that a three.man League mission on targets near Hamshung an| _ ic SECOND DIVISION outlined in a significant article that the long range hopes of the
would leave for Ger:nany in a few jmportant north-east Korean port.| Colleg: a “Windw a at College on Canadian trade policy in the, ser} ng worldas well as of Can-
days He aid ths it would meet It was the first daylight raid by Y.M.P Cc. c Wankerer at [latest issue of the Can adian! ada herself lay in direct Washing.
Administration and Parliamentary B-29’s in eleven months. Sabre! Beckles Road |Liberal, the official publication of toh tibiae “talks tO lower the
officials, the Press and popular jets screened Communist MIG-15! Erdiston Combermere at)the Federal Liberal Party, It said) trade barrie: The St Laurent
organifations ir attempt to routes from Manchuria and| Erdiston. ithat the Canadian delegation’ Government hopes that these will
preve u eparations thunder-jets made nissionary Foundation v Pickwick at; would go to the Londen meeting) materialize 1953 after the

t hil r “i to operat ' inauguratior { he next United
agreemer nitack le superforts dropped Found |r eparec ( aus 1 j f :

—U.P ‘their fire bombs.—wU.P, Le Empire E pth g state Pre r —U.P. |
. {

Washington Can Solve
Sterling Bloc’s Problem:

new bargain with the U.S.S.R
“They are beginning to discover
as others have discovered before
the disadvantages of being allies
with the Soviet Union,” Eden said
Eden told a Press conference that

|“would do everything possible to} */viet policy in Asia had a direct

bearing on peace in Europe, and
“I still believe that we may get an
armistice in Korea Only one
point divides us now, Much de-,;
pends no doubt on what advice |

the Chinese have been given by
the Soviet government in Mos-}
cow.’

—UP.



|
|

Rescue Squad |
Wait On Fog |

T N e to
U.S. Crime a psychological blunder by the

United States as it gave the ap.
pearance of making Truman

Inereases | another Churchill in the eyes of

Irenian public opinion,

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19

Thirdly, the gravity of the
Federal Bureau of Investiga-

Communist threat in Iran is pro-

tion director J. Bdgar Hoover re- bably underestimated by the
jorted en Sunday that there has United States, and this threat is
been a “substantial inerease’ in likely to increase if the oil dis-
almost all serious crimes this pute is no’ settled, Fourthly, if

year and that America’s criminals the Communist threat took on
ire even younger now than last tigger proportions in Iran it
wear, would result in Iraq and other

Releasing the F.B.I’s semi- ‘Near East countries being ‘in=

ereas ngly menaced by Commun-

anrual erime report—a compila-. ¢ \
ism and this could have disas.

tion of police statistics from cities

throughout the country—Hoover|trous results for the Western
said that an estimated 1,022,200| World, Fifthly, Mossadegh still
major crimes were committed in} hopes that the United States will

vealize the gravity of the Iranian
situation and act further, that

the first six months of 1952. This
was a boost of 64 per cent er

1981, *, ‘a ee ines a otibes be

All major crimes except gape; Made to bring about a settlement

THULE AIR FORCE BASE registered increases, Rape offences} (hat can pany Trania public
Greenland Sept. 1g, [Showed a slight drop. Hoover re- opinion, aig y re has

Air Force rescue’ specialists| Ported that the perpetrators of | gene 50 : extrem ecinat af coh~
waited for a dense Arctic fog to | the e crimes are even younger peers, Bae De agreed that the
lift before starting operations to; than in former years, ar eaPY ae ours ae sen nee
evacuate 12 fliers stranded in the More persons of 18 were arrest-j; should fix compensation for the





erash supply plan

land ice cap

on the Green-

Crew members of a British four-
engine transport crashed on the
#,000-foot ice cap when an engine
failed ond the plane
a blinding »
injured in th

indstorm, No one was
crash on the treach-

erous ice can which was spotted
with dee» crevices that are often
hidden by windblown snow. |

Twelve men reported to Thule by!
radio that they have been living in|
the fuselage and have 10 days food |
on hand.

—U.P.

Guided Missiles
Old By Comparisor

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19
A reliable source said that guid-



|
\

ed missiles launched by the navy
gainst North Korcan targets are
incient compared with the sleek

ower. ul new models which soon
will be ready.
The new missiles, nearing pro-

juction stage would truly be guid-
d acrial weapons and some of
hem would be capable of carry-
ng atomic weapons Scientists
ho have been working on the de

elopment of push-button weapons

nded to belittle the significance |
ef the navy’s use of the remotely |
ontrolled fighter planes |

Man Kills Two Then.
Takes Own Life

Fram Our Own Co*respondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 19. |
(27) shot and;

Harold Kellman
illed his wife Doreen Kellman}
19) his wife’s granamother}

rincess Skeete (68%) then set fire|

‘ 1¢ home, afterwards killing
umself around 2 o'clock Friday |
norning at Beterverwagting Vil-|
ige Fast coast Demerara His!

vife’s mother who was also in the
ouse escaped while Kellman
arried his 18 months daughter to;
safety sefore setting fire to the)
iouse he dragged, the dead bodies |
The couple mar- |
than a year ag and
ix weeks ago

were



outside
ried

eparated



more

Polio Outbreak
In U.S. Rising

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19

year's polis
ord prop yrlior
} Federal
reported. It
were



Thi outbreak. .of
reached rec
‘ rising, the
Healt Servic
that 4.032 n«
throughout the na

208 over

» and }

Public



cast re-

ported tidn las
ve increase of

the ported in the previ



rise sent the number
30,071 1 ne higt
ath the
ponding |

yee}

of 1 to

This totml corm pitras

16,974 cases in the corr
‘ ! the 23,060 |

was struck by | this
etimate is

aggravated

, Thursday

value of the Anglo-[ranian oil
plant in Abadan. This concession.
ty Mossadegh has _ displeased
crime| Some of his influential “oe

ed this year than in any other age
group compared with persons 23
years old in 1951
Hoover said that the
boost indicates that there will be}
more than 2,000,000 serious crimes
year. He emphasized that his;
conservative because
F.B.1. statistics cover only very
serious offences like murder, rape, |
assault, robbery, and};
burglary.—U.P.

HOUSE COLLAPSES

During the heavy rains on
night a house in
Tears Road collapsed, The house





Italian Ship
Runs Aground

BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 19.

Italian ship “Sebastian Caboto”’
grounded near Buenos Aires har-
tour due to a strong storm,
“Caboto” was coming from Tri-
este and Naples with 20 first clas
yassenvers, 432 third class, most-
ly Italian immigrants scheduled
to'settle in Argentina.—U.P.



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it was unoccupied at the time
its collapse.

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B.W.1.A., on Thursday after
pending a holiday in England
nd Scotland. Mr. Grannum is

March 21—April 20 increase your popularity; you can advance
in business and socially.

104 British manufacturers to im- three months and will live in a Appointment
porting houses and agents in the house outside the capital. Hilary. Coming to London in October to

naica and Trinidad on
y Mrs. Adams went on

BARBADOS ADVOCATE ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952
— Caub Calling | t Indi Lable Talk y
ADY SEI : 7 4 Visit On behalf of the Week Tati By LONDONER timer ee eee
+ Seel Compt - » D POCKET CARTOOS MM" AND MRS. M. GRELL| Association, Mr. F. Flanagan will aires to sive oa feeli Wharf Superintendent {
ve é ‘ \ ‘ by OSBERT LANCASTi! , and their two children| Undertake a two months’ tour of £8ves 0 give me a deep Keeling =. the guests was Mr. J
the passenger m | were ; Trir by | Trinidad and Jamaica in January that anyone else who did the same _ Among tie guests was wr. sce
on Thursd i B VI eee a be vidad “e He is the London Editor of the Could never talk cheerfully about D’arcy, Vee Superintendent,
t ‘ . ‘ ; | , f on ec ssday on 3 . Y 2 in.”” i ing a c p
aie eee expects 88) visit, 'Y ©" 2 \ Caribbean Importer, formerly Weat “4 again’ af indtruetion atthe Por of Lone] ™ +
ay for ten days. Visited England And Indies’ Buyers Guide which is the Commission dom, tie ‘has been thete tex. -t “ .
Long Leave isi tngland Ané official organ of the Association The Bahamas House of Aapens- OO ana a ae : & Ks re For Saturday, September 20, 1952
: G ITLEY 5 sc ; visi _ Ww Z bly_ h ommissioned novelist ™ ’ A yet
MES. a os ee 7 a . peneiae an i aa tat HE. Bate on to write a history of teresting. Later he plans to visit Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
7 pees D oe wr ce ae finer WILLIAM H.|°UB@Nween June 198] anadJune the colony, He and his wife will the a. Sy te ie tare ‘os find what your outlook is, according to the stars,
. anc leput eadmistre 7RANNUM came over - oe Sain save for Nasse t the end of the Possible, hopes to ’
r Deter ig l me vs AC WIA rom Bapend by B.0.A.C./ varie oo haeedgne tb ieedd ie. They expect to be there Christmas, * ARIES -Accept good changes in habits. Aim et



save and v > tr seland ; aindin ae a tes Caribbean. Of these, 84 has never St. George Saunders had half fin= act as joint mafmaging director of *

ae oo = =e S oi es on Thom | previously had business connec- ished a history of the Bahamas Campbell Booker Carter Ltd., the TAURUS Adapt yourself to new useful aici.
r Colle a Ghieacl ten 4 Wr, ae " e. h tions with the West Indies. The when he died in Nassau last De- export merchants, is Mr. Hugh April 21 to May 20 take advantage of helpful conditions with-
“Modern Greats and Lav orked Together goods in question included cloth- cember. Now, appropriately, Bates Leishman, Chairman of the Kitwe| $x s _

sut fuss or stalling. You can better BINS 4,

ME KENNETH MOSS _ of|ing, vehicles, chemicals, building will finish it for him. Appropriate, (Uganda) branch. Described as conditions if you are alert

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R Chelmesford. Essex who is|™aterials, electrical equipment, because they were great friends. “gq oe _ = Senne - ™“
I 2. G. MONEY, Local Dire t “sent Food ¢ , machinery, footwear, paper and rprise ability” he has been a commercia . ,
M on of Barclays sank { legee™ ye: =. ie paints ; z "7 Most pe. man tn London member of most North Rhodesian * GEMINI —Take lesson from sound advice. neve 4
DC & O) left the island j fotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Arnhem Visit this week was Trinidad Labour Government boards in _ recent May 21—June 21 budget, cut waste and excess spending and
Wednesday for Trinidad j rrived here by B.W.L.A,, from Trinidad’s McDonald Bailey, Minister Albert Gormes. He ar- years. Last year he visited Foran * energy
De meson s 2 — visit 5 : j Trinidad on Wednesday after-|British Olympic sprinter, arrived rive d home from the Colonial Guiana. } uM 3 ~ eal :
oe Wd 4SCUSSTONS noon, back in London last week-end Office on ursday evening to vor CANCER —-Many new ideas, plans. choves us to
Iss DORA IBBERSON . He will be staying for two]from Holland, While there he find his flat crowded with friends Weather vie. : * June 22—July 23. be careful with what we affiliate ourselves
M C.B.E, Social Welfare Ad- “If one insists on going weeks as a guest of Mr, and Mrs.| visited Arnhem. In the Ooster- —each of whom had brought a vine SS ae ied biorg | Don't follow any leader blindly.
al Development and. Wel- faster than sound, what’s Peter organ of St. Lawrence|beek Airborne Cemetery he saw bottle. The oceasion was Mr. and last week was Miss eave & ne- * * *
faye i naitiy Abe rivals the point of being in the Hotel. Mr. Morgan and Mr. Moss |the graves of 1,400 British soldiers Mrs. Gomes’ 22nd wedding anni- bridge, ot’, of ee Wea. _ikeclting also ansddus @ige. Addpt shines a
from . Trinidad by B.W.LA 1 choir ? were students of Hotel business |who were killed during the Allied versary, The party had been mante. en I saw Peahee x LEO dcx meinaas. action Litebary, aritattc
We ins “ Toon ” Miss “Tobersor » ‘ovether in Switzerland and sub-|invasion. Mac was among a party planned as a surprise. And it was nesday ge nt _ pee mae July 24—Ang. 22 ree Ble hac cana “ Ory . ’
went to Jamaica to. have discus- fo Join Husband sequently worked together at the |of 32 Polytechnic Harriers who a great success. Any West Indian som ons ae oe nl ne ‘ é +. *
meas he Se an *, So. OB de 4 mn usbanc ‘aribe Hilton. went to lay a wreath in the céme- walking into the flat after the ore: wepnlly oie ngs ato atti ent et * *
me tt the “Social ’ Welfar? RS. J. PAVILUC, daughter Sen To Ireland tery. He said afterwards: “I read ceedings got under TE EIy & - Indies trade. VIRGO —Regardless of favourable aspects, added:
‘Commission ‘ard. _ sleo . with the of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce RS. M. AUGUSTE who had [enough on the crosses of those have been quite pardonably ex Ang. 23—Sept. 23 tact brings greater results. Your smile is
Extra Mural Department of the ene of Hamilton, Strathclyde, \ ‘Soe cell awianae here “ae : a EE a pathic anal ——-—-— * potent weapon. Cultivate good associa-
mes sat ; ; > isle , aha : re ay spon nena -seatioasles hte = tions
UCWI o the hold f , left the island on Thursday for (pct of J D Weihc tanee etree He ? :
LW ly Gare trae scours Trinidad. intranait for USA. ty, Suet of, Mrs, ¢. Selby. ay Btret Rupert’ Siring Adventive—ga . PXtenine tee 8 eae
next yent = W oe She has gone to j0iN week. Mrs. Auguste came over 1 . pring ven ure SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1982. x LIBRA 2 Indications urge greater consistency of
She also attended a seminar on “FF us one who is a Represent- ith her son Barry who recently ; 102.15 p.m 19.76M, 26.53M Sept, 24—Oct. 23 offort, using your wit. Be discreet in ap- #
Adult Education which was ar- Car a re the Tide Water Oil left the island by the S. De eT te i ett proaches. Be confident but not too forceful.
nged by the Extra Mur! *OMpany, New York Grasse for Ireland where he will 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p mn. See ily * - -M
Department of the University : study Medicine. Barry is the wake idem tee he oie ‘com: : ih tc heet *
College in collaboration with A hair 1952 Island Scholar, St. Laicia. aocer of the Week. 5.13 p.m. Music for SCORPIO __ —Afternoon more stimulating, may be
UNESCO and the Jamaica Gov- A FAIR im aid of the Christ souk? ’ F Dancing, 6 p.m. Scottish re Roun, ic « an Rt Your an’ oases lene
’ i $ ; : f . our affairs ow str y rs
ment. t Church Girls’ Brigade will Spent Holiday p.m Tes 6.8 pum. Sports Round, ur rs i gly under ay
Two Weoks be held at the Boys’ Foundation ISS VIOLA DEGAZON re- es Vee ee ee fae * *
M* ee were peony 00 mt Gee ae ee tuned to. Wye Aslend:, Som Toate ct a AGITTARIUS Lock for changes, altered condition
i wnfaders . s 3 : hm. to 6, p.m. ne t ucis WwW. ad- oe Perea ee 8. —Loo shanges, ¢ Bi Ss,
‘ Confederation Life As Sunday Gockel. Pancho: aoe St. Lucia by B.W.I.A. on Wed

suronee Co turne / é oe ; 2 nesday last after spending a
nis q | Skid: : Mw =e Prinigsd organising this Fair and there t tT P
by B.W.L.A., on Wednesday after |. :

spending about two weeks’ hol- will be the usual stalls—amuse-
o ; F ri ments, lucky dips, refreshment:

_Dec. 22 some for the better, especially for daily
work, promotions. Heart interests newly
favoured, .



7.15 p.m. The Casino Orchestra, 7.45 Nov
p.m. Sports Review, 8.15 p.m Radio *
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m soright Shadow

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= pee . . ete. All particulars can be ob- R. BARRY HOULDER, re- p.m. Variety Fanfare | * a 5 daliivtiih or -ralpbaaee :
Two Scholarships tained from Mrs. G. L. Minds, IY. tired Civil Servant of Trin- Raper ihanking the conjure capeuen - “Dany saeNe rain cee my tae
ME} » A. THOMPSON, win- Welches, Christ Church idad, returned home recently by Tinecki ith hi | 1 Dec. 23—Jan. 21 *~" oS , ‘a cee aes oe) os
, : . gerily comes wit im. ’ ; , j you help me in this, friend
of beth the Island and Transferred B.W.1.A. after spending about Me want to watch what hap- boulder is. 1 couldn't find it i BANISH | * ov .
the Barbados Scholarships _ for awn . two months’ holiday in the island pens too,” ane says. ** That spray when | came from Pon , and ; as : 7
1952, has joined the staff of the M*. AND MRS, ANTHONY as a guest at Atlantis Hotel, ina, perhaps it | must get under, ‘a en AQUARIUS Stop pessimistic attitude with grit, re-
Modern Hig School before en- SKINNER were passengers Rathsheba. Mr. Houlder is a wal &§ Reh im ed, he pauses and doubtfully ai Jan. 22—Feb. 20 newed confidence and a better look ai your
. N my, Viste’ Chinese : RHEUMATISM
erihg. Cambridge University in bY B-W.1.A. intansit for Nic frequent visitor to the island and come see!" 1" says the litte Chinese girl. | own talents. Our best work is often accom~ ge
tember 1953, + ga A, on roan ae will no doubt be coming over . plished under troublesome conditions
rye 2 Wit, Skinner was ssistant Man- £oon again. — :
HQ. In Trinidad ag British American Tobacco Visited Son « : 4 * : » :
We A. BADDELEY, Superin- Co., Lid. and has been transfer- gt 7 RES sO PISCES —You know good luck or results can't be
AVY& tendent of Harrison Line red to Nitaragua. : M* EBENEZER ALLEYNE re- BR | : Feb. 21—March 20 turned on like water from a tap. Care in
Steamers was among the passen- Mtr Keith Piggott, who ar t tired Grocer of Bush Hall

















































































plans, hard work, good judgment and right
gers arriving from .Trinidad by — rive r from Trinidad by :eturned home on Wednesday by ee EE Se, _——o—oE=—=—Ea—eE——ESESSSESSS == spirit combined make for lasting success,
B.W.LA., on Wednesday. Jast. Mr. B.W.i-A.. on the 14th September, B.W.1.A., from Grenada where he BRIDGETOWN | ~BARBAREES OISTIN 1 ' Keep trying *
- aacen ley’s Headquarters are in has }’en transferred to take Mr. had been spending a short holi- (Dial 2810) toy sia (Dial 8404) | ;
inidac Skinner's position here day with his son Victor. da Ri : and continuing daily ep ed er JB ODAY are discriminating, modest, often re-
ridad ! i ht Viet Today © ee Fe Laks 2 Sees Se oey YOU BORN TODAY 4 t odest, oft
nd continuing dé " 4.45 & 8.30 pm ! ; E
elaine wan : A GIRL IN . wag. a y tiring, though have definite opinions and are a good speaker.
+ Werner Presents IR ee oa REMEDY Strong character and personality that can bring you to the
B ) | HE WAY By BEACHCOMBER WINNING EVERY PORT||APPOINTMENT 4 heights. Many chemists, doctors, teachers, artists, musicians
Â¥ 4 as y rousho MARX 1 in Virgo. Birthdate of: James Franklin Hurley, editor, pub- 3
“ : HEANA WILSON WITH__ DANGER More and more people are sates
4 NINE-YEAR-OLD dog in with @ clu‘ uch he kept for that Contretemps ral = Py ee eee epeuar a Bt using this remedy because x ero
Phila ie ‘Iphia has been left a purpose. This tale of old Brigh- Day - Ronald Reagan t \ ddec raction |] To-day's Special 1.39 of the speedy relief they
seeintad) 7 oS ead eee . wh = ——_. |] STRANGE BARGAIN ; .
oe ry house and £5,34 Is ton pier came to mind when I HERE was an awkward mo-]{ Te.éa aos thah Martha SCOTT & CR ae have found with it. If you * * * * x * * *« * « *
ere any law forbidding a dog to : . tet } ” t one angered ment while Chief Wataloto-] : a 1.90 pw _etticy LYNN __ | im Ber TRAIL (Color) }) suffer from rheumatism, get I 7 ye .
est money?? »y a phrenologist, laced out 4t hut was being shown round the]! So-day'. Special 1.90 © i Monte HALE a bottle to-da: Wi W s A i t W th t L ¢ AY
i knew a rich dog once who. him, shouting: “Now I'll resd Tchester Soap Annexe, An | MILLION DOLLAR Re ee ae —_———_———__- lo all S or une l ou ) 1 T °
in winter, wore a little coat with your bumps, me old bucko.”’ The official said: “There is nothing PURSUIT]] Pau! CAMPBELL & Midnite Special Tonit-
side-pockets, in which he kept only time I ever had my bumps that this soap will not make Penny EDWARDS & BLAZING + ada TeQnees BREDS PARIS all die what is left of the money
his bone . If T had any money I read. as a youth, I wag told I almost blindingly white.” “No- SOUTH OF RIO Chane. SrARRETE Tom N AL & ) “GALETY A wealthy dog named “Crick- goes to the Democratic National
would leave it to the bee which would make a wonderful . en- thing?” queried the dusky : | oF ROBINKOOT. et”, who apparently decided that Committee,
stung a tax-inspector ut West gineer. I replied that I was al- potentate, his black face wearing Monte HALE Midnite Special Tonitel] poy ROGERS Color) br Gerdem~-01, Eaanece money isn’t everything, is sought But the dogs kept Arbuckle’s
Hartlepool the other day. ready designing a bridge across q malicious grin, The official Midnite Special Tonite |leRincn’ OF c ate “LYING Misine jen Thursday by authorities. They neighbours in a constant state of
City talk the Severn at Worcester, “Go on flushed and a voce murmured: Whote Serial ' (HE PLAINS 4 PR. Se eh CARGO TO CAPETOWN want to ship her off to join her insomnia, and 50 of them signed
FAIMIF clue to the sold price re, With it” he said. “Success will “Somebody's mother isn't using Larry Buster CRABBE || RGMeRNOOD OF Prcoe WR OBAWFORD former room-mates. “Cricket” is a protest urging the removal of
larve Btuation te ‘tworeia. On eee mr Fomisope." { OD ete” cae TEXAS BLUE SKIES Midnite ite Sun. & Mon one of the 12 dogs who share in the dogs. Moved they were to a
First, the American presidential Gepe AUTRY CROSBY _Cojer’ WESTWARD 8.0 p.m a $4,000 estate left by their late quiet haven on_ banks of the
Title a scteahey ie = BPUNe Mat, Sun aster Otis Arbuckl Wabash River. “Cricket”, how
election: secondly, the attitude of 1en au 1 er OES es. atts ia oa | ‘een ees eee aver: vasn’t ‘having any. She
the International Monetary Fund ( (7 (ff Camping an HARRIET CRAIG ever, wasn’t_ °
f > ne , ah : J R oO ap D a HE R RANGE | Joan Crawford & Arbuckle provided in his will tossed aside her fortune -for the
Bee ee Seer eeet,. loan i tT A r E § JUSTICE | HURRICANE that his does were to occupy the wide world. At the last report
ae cer ee Soret ane fue t Reo ey, Goumoier » who is just 17, really grounds for this fear v¢ u ony aed Sr aeae Arbuckle home for ig reat of “Cricket” was wandering the
pert fsr a lower = gold orice selongs to a mixed clut have ei a rita a ; rown _ Jon Hall (Color) tt '- cKie home tc © res ad ae
mes, as we would expect Pra never cared for the ao 2 a e | must help her to get her ideas EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY ROYAL SSS SSS their natural lives. When they streets of Paris.—U.P.
F ; : ’ J YI 10 straight about sex, rather than], To-day to Monday | To-day to Tuesday (To-day & Tomorrow PR TE AE NAS
sely from the Sterling Area, belong to it, and now they pro- merely forbid this holiday ro-d8y 4 tS 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.30
vhere the Steam Mortg Con- . Pose all going off for a week's If religion cuts little ice with} maeutme daily) ohn O'Malley
‘ession has shown s f re- camping holiday, We don’t want her, point t some fi wie wis Universal-Interna- | ‘Thelma Scott in Leon Brro! Columbia Whoie
rting to the usual snatch-buy- to be ‘stuffy’, but she is a hean- sovern getonhl Fels ionic L ao chew tHE RUGGED yee re 7
ng which wrecked the World strong girl. Relig 'er ea : 1 marriage tk “ ineidicatea’™ she races ORR AN vor _ and | THE SECRET
iting Fund by forcing up to her.” whit fina fe wiles ronan HAMLET si nat s Ore. in CODE
yrice a belated answer to the Arey't you starting a bit late? ahead. Her marria 7 wit be sr By ; PAYS OF! | (OOTLICR*,
higher Treasury Bill rate of the If (and it's a big “if’) parents awry. rare BIN] Villlam Shakespeare with VARIETIES Starring:
fiscount -houses. Look out for have carefully brought up their Tho Extra Linda Darnell and . ‘
: . 1. ? ousands of so-calle ~ St en W ) Paul Kelly & Others
hardening of ‘the short Joon Gaughter and retained her confi- ing” girls have made shies dlaserecs Ait News Reel &lies Extri : RUGGED an ee It's Action Packed
ition next: week dence then she will surely appre- too late. Sere re tee ocday at 408 Soe MARGIN) “onrilled Jammed
Wt a ‘ 3 ciate tne fact that you are trusting + oe 2 30 BoM. coy Homers Doubt Starring Monday & Tuesdoy
fy bump of engineering pee to Monae the standards of be- Self-control and “boy-control” meets AN PROM Charles MeGraw 4.30 & 8.20
. laviour which you as a family are the secrets not only of ¢ io OKLAHOM/S Rc sor i E
i the pl a - : i nly of a future} , ‘ sea } . Pevublic Doubic
i 4 Meaty Gah Hate no value, A Mother-Grundy dragoon- happy marriage but of retaining] © ©% ©* NEVADA ine idnite To-night ven per
hump of affection, Permit: vas a ing of a girl of 17 is asking for the friendship of the boys she and N THE OLD _| Republic Whole VIRGINIA
provide one.” Whereupon he hi: ee a ©. that Jat ' eggs a In any case, who wants as or “ én TRA Serial and
the client’s héad a gs eh a ba vat She may bring a mother for his children an} ———#ONEYMOON smaite So-nignt
S héac lt mart vhack shame to vour family. If there are “easy” girl? Mienite To-night pe —— | THE MASKED [BELLS OD MEX MEXICO .
. ba 1 RO Gor bY ¥ ‘ en Republic Whole a | MARVEL Wed. & Thus.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952

Jamaica To Replan Statistical Department
U.N.O. Expert Will —

Advise Govt.

From Our Own Correspondent
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 8.
IN Jamaica to advise the Government on the re-or-

ganisation of its Statistical

Department is Mr. Roe Good-

man, Statistical Expert of the United Nations’ Organisa-
tion, who arrived in the island this week.
Mr. Goodman will remain in Jamaica for one year.

Previously he served as a
member of the Survey Research
Centre at the University of
Michigan, then spent a year in
Bangkok, Thailand, doing statis-
tical work. He recently return-
ed from Bangalore, India, after
a two-month visit conducting a
training course in statistical
work under the auspices of the
International Statistical Institute,
which has headquarters in the
Hague, Holland.

LIMES COST LESS

Lime prices in Jamaica drop-
ped this week for the second
time this year.

In July the Jamaica members
of the West Indian Lime Oil
Sales Company met and decided
that “in the light of information
on the state of the world market
for that commodity” the price of
lime should be reduced from $3
to $2.50.

This week they met again and
decided that while the market
was unsettled in July it had now
taken a downward move. Distil-
lers reported that the price of
lime oil was down on all markets
and that the present price was
far in excess of what the market

warranted.
It was decided to reduce the
price at which lime will be

bought from growers from $2.50
to $1.50.

10,000 TOURISTS LosT

The lack of fegular’ passenger
steamship service between Ja-
maica and the United States is
costing the island at least 10,000
tourists annually, according to
Mr, F. H. Robertson, the island’s
Tourist Trade Commissioner.

Mr. Robertson said this was
Jamaica’s greatest need at the
moment and added that there
was no indication yet when such
a service would come into oper-
ation, although there was news of
adequate accommodation being
provided for cruise passengers in
the coming winter tourist season,

Jamaica’s competitors in the
Caribbear, such as Cuba, Ber-
muda, Nassau and Puerto Rico,

Mr. Robertson said, all had regu-
lar steamship services with the
Mainland which takes them large
numbers of tourists from the
U.S, mainland. Before the war,
regular shipping services from
New York, Florida and Canada
provided for passenger accom-
modation in the tourist season in
excess of 500 visitors per week.

CRICKET COACH

‘Former Jamaica all-rounder
Hemmerde Young is scheduled to
go to British Honduras in De-
cember and January to lay the
foundation for cricket develop-

ment in that colony, which is
planning to develop the game
there. Young goes as coach, and
he hopes in that time to lay a
foundation for British Hondu-
rans to be able to carry out
future plans.

Young, who was an outstand-
ing schoolboy player, then a
leading Senior Cup player, play-
ed for Jamaica against Lord
Tennyson’s team in 1932 and for
the Colts as early as 1928,

w.t. NURSES AT U.C.W.L

The nur ing staff of the Teach-



West Indies. Thirty-two of the
43 nurses on the staff are West
Indians.

Six the ward sisters have
been seconded to the hospital for
a period of three years by the

of

Governments of Barbados, Brit-
ish Guiana, Trinidad, St. Kitts,
St. Lucia and the British Virgin
Islands.

All the nurses at the hospital
live in at Chancellor Hall, lent to
the hospital by the University
College until the nurses’ home jis
completed,

At the hospital too, are the 86
nurses-in-training, all of whom

have passed through the Prelim-
inary Training school at Mona
on the University Compound and
who have been in training at the
Kingston Public Hospital!

$2,500,000 LOAN

The Industrial Development
Corporation established recently
by the Government of Jamaica is
now currently negotiating a loan
of $2,500,000 from the Colonial
Development Corporation so as
to be in a position to explore
opportunities and to assist in the
industrial development of the
island. ¥

CDC is being tapped for funds
which the IDC will use to finance
projects which it is satisfied will
make a contribution towards the

industrial development of the
colony.
It is proposed that the loan

should be guaranteed by the Ja-~
maica Governmert.



Record Banana
Shipment From
Dominica

(From Our Gwn Conrespondent)
DOMINICA.

Tie record number of 69,855
bunches of bananas were shipped
by the S.S. Ben Como to the
United Kingdom on September
5th. The Ben Como was the first
boat chartered by Antilles Pro-
ducts Ltd., who are under a 15
year contract with the Dominica
Banana Association to buy all
the shippable bananas of the
colony.

Formerly Antilles Products
Ltd. depended on the banana
boats which served Jamaica to
take Dominica’s fruit to England,
but on several occasions the boats
were filled in Jamaica and could
not call for Dominica’s fruits.
This forced Antilles Products Ltd.
to charter their own boats, The
company is now preparing a ship-
ment as another boat is expected
on the 15th,

ORGAN RECITAL.

“Mr. Lionel DeC. Burke, Bar-
badian student of Codrington
College, gave an Organ Recital
at the St. George’s Church Roseau,
on Monday. He is the eldest son
of Mr, Burke organist and choir-
master at St. Leonards, Barbados.

Mr. Burke, who is studying
for the Ministry, has, for the past
few weeks, been spending his
holidays wih Canon C. V. Evers-
ley at the St. George’s Rectory.
Mr. Burke left for Barbados on
Tuesday.

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CJ. Orders 2 Wills
To Be Resealed

_His Lordship the Ghief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in the
Court of Ordinary yesterday

granted application for the re-
sealing of the will of Henry E, G.
Boyle of London, previously
proved in Her Majesty’s High
Court.

His Lordship also ordered’ the
resealing; of the will of Gould-

bourne Phillips of Bernard Lodge,
St. Catherine, Jamaica, proved in
the Resident Magistrate's Court,
St. Catherine, Jamaica,

The applications were made by
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Solici-
tors,

The following wills were also
admitted to probate, Wills of May
D. Clarke, Millicent F. Carter,
Alexander Lewis of Christ Church;
Alice S. Hutson, Mabel A, Year-
wood, John M. Belling, of St.
Michael; John DaSilva Vieira of
St. George and Edity E. Williams

40/. FOR STEALING.

His Worship Mr, C, L. Walwyn,
2clice Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday fined 20-year-old lab-
ourer Seaman Connell of Station
Hill. St. Michael 40/- to be paid in
14 days or one month's imprison-
ment with hard labour for st@al-
ing a shirt belonging to Cleopatra
Marshall. “ ‘

The offence was committed
sometime between March 15 and
March 19, Sgt, Alleyne prosecut-
ed for the Police





at the Windsor Park on Sunday
7th September, when Abbott
failed to answer the bell for the
ninth round in a scheduled ten-
round encounter.

From the first round an unim-
pressive Caribbean Joe seemed to
be trying for a knockout, throw-
ing heavy punches, most of which
failed to land on the ever moving
Abbott. Abbott’s punches were
quick and accurate, but they
lacked sting.

The end came with a vicious
right swing from Caribbean Joe
to Abbott's mid-section near the
end of the eighth round. Abbott,
who was till then well ahead on
points, went to his corner thor-
oughly winded at the end of the
round. His seconds threw in the
towel when the bell sounded for
round nine.

FROM HELSINKI.

Mr. John B. Charles arrived by
air last week from a tour of the
United Kingdom and _ Europe,
wihere he attended the Olympic
Games held recently at Helsinki.

Mr. Charles a former member
of the Dominica Legislative Coun-
cil, is father of Miss Eugenia
Charles, lawyer, Dominica, Dr.
R. M. F. Charles, head of the
B.C.G, campaign in Trinidad, and
Dr. L, Charles. One of the leading
planters and exporters of agri-
cultural produce of the colony, Mr.

ing Hospital ‘attached to the Uni. Caribbean Joe, Antiguan heavy- Charles is a committee member

versity College of the West weight, scored a t.k.o. victory of the Dominica Banana Asso-

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BADGERED by

recent

ST. GEORGE'S Sept. 17.
pettifogging strikes and

threats of others on a more general scale but with nothing

before them to make any

Agriculturists’

ways and means of meeting

agricultural general strike.

This had to be the course rather
han straightforward discussion
en a wage adjustment since there
was no reply before them on this
point from ‘Hon. E. M. Gairy,
rresident-General of the Manual
and Mental Workers’ Union, who
nad been written asking what
proposals he had to make in con-
sequence of a recent letter in
“The West Indian” in which ae
onveyed threats of pressure on
an employer such as would lead
to the abandonment of his estate
and said hé would shortly be ap-
proaching the Agriculturists’ Uni-
on for a wage increase,

All that was heard from Mr.
Gairy was that he was glad to
fearn of the desire of the planters
to co-operate in the matter and

that a subsequent letter would
state his demands.
Further Study
In the circumstances, the Ag-
riculturists’ Union concentrated
on further study of representa-

tions which have been made to
Government seeking assurance in
the event of a strike occurring on

.

measures such as: protection of
property; police protection of
willing workers from intimida-
tion; communications in time of
disorder; and larceny during
strikes.

Among other things, Govern-

ment has been requested to regu-
late procedure in labour disputes if
the colony’s welfare is to survive
since strikes are economically
damaging.

“In agricultural enterprise cost-
ings are relative to output,” the
G.A.U. has written Government,
“and wages are based on the
prices obtainable for agricultural
products in the world market.
What seems to be required is a
wage policy computed on fluctu-
ating prices and varying annual
quantities and seasonal factors.
‘This is the work of an agricultur-
al economist. It is in this field it
now seems imperative that Gov-
ernment, for the colony’s economy

and for the gencral welfare,
should provide statutory wage fix-
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regular periods according to fluc-
tuations of world prices so that
agriculture may survive as the
basie means of livelihood in
Grenada.

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and to assume the responsible
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Sympathy Strikes

While acknowledging the right
of workers individually or colec-
tively, to withhold their services,
the G.A.U. considers that alleged
sympathy strikes on matters
which can be redressed in the
Law Courts are not justifiable.

As examples of such, it citea:
a strike earlier this year at Cal-
ivigny Estate for the refusal by
the employer of a workers’ de-
mand to dismiss an overseer in
his employment; later, at Petit
Etang, because the employer dis-
missed a worker, there were
strikes at fourteen other estates
which were not connected with
the incident; at Palmiste Estate
recently, an overseer was dis-

missed om due legal notice but
refused to quil, retaining the keys
belonging to the estate, and the
workers went out in support of
the overseer.

Outside these efforts of the
G.A.U, to rationalise the situation
rumours
of a coming agricultural general
strike to coincide with the ap-
proaching cocoa crop.

At a recent Market Square
meeting, Mr, Gairy indulged his
usual tirading against employers
generally and read a letter
which he had sent in reply to
one from the Administrator on
he St. David's strike situation
roughly abusing this official and
accusing him of “side-taking”’
when in the Administrator's letter
which was not similarly read said:
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to constitute a legitimate trade
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opinion on the merits or demer-
its of the actions takc. by eith«
the employer or the \.orkers. Tae
strikes on the other estates, on
the other hand, appear to have
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September 20, 1952 Ideal Schoolmaster colonial competitions, which had
,

There are still many alive two-day hitherto been confined to Barba-

who
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a a gtmintener ——_——<—<—— remember Arthur Somers 40s end British Guiana, were ex-
Cocks in the prime of his life. temded to include Trinidad. The
DECISION To the countless pupils who passed touring sides that came from

England were to prepare the way
for the first West Indian tour of

through his hands he came nearer
than any one else they knew to

MR. ADAMS is back in Barbados for a | Possessing the many varied quali. the Mother Country in 1900.
ies that go to make the idea] Percy Goodman, the magnificent
short stay of less than two months before | >choolmaster. They remember all-rounder, who had been pro

he proceeds to London again to attend the |/!im walicing, with energetic stride duced by the Lodge School, was

‘ : ;... |from the “Retreat” to the class in_ the heyday of his career.
meeting of Commonwealth Prime Minis- [hit with a load of books under Clifford, his brother, “a great
‘ his arm and a jovial yet purpose- Matural bowler, with abnorma

ts pn November, ful look on his face. His very intelligence on the subject ot
During this short stay everyone hopes épproach was the signal for dis- bowling”, would have earned &
that decisions will be taken on the two |tinguished work from the clever, Place in an all-England side, in

the view of a competent observer.
And George Challenor, soon to

earnest application from the less
gifted and honourable endeavour
from all. They remember him
playing football at centre-half in
& manner worthy of an Oxford
(‘ Blue”. They recall his feats as a
bowler whose deadly skill work®d
havoc year after year both against
local teams and against visiting
Englishmen, They see him urging
the boys on to high standards of
athletic prowess, giving them the
benefit of his sk:ll as one who
had done the hundred yards in

most important issues affecting the
island’s future.

Will Barbados join a British Caribbean
Federation? And will a deep water har-
bour be built here ?

One quick look at the exclusive legisla-
tive list recommended for the federal gov-
ernment in the Rance Report is enough

to show how necessary it is for Barbados

make his debut, was before long



to make up its mind about federation. If {ten seconds. They recall happy
the legislature feels uncertain about the sen gg of a genial, warm-

friend who almost
variably kept an even temper
except when aroused to fiery
anger by any mean or dishonour-
j able act. And they still bear in

in-

attitude it should take, ‘then the decision
for or against federation should be made
by the people through a referendum.

have been as disappointed as his
admirers when he was not ap-
pointed headmaster in 1906.
he had always taught that the
most important part of the game

“SP QOMSIOAAOVIIHSSAAO AANA LAO

Nothing could be more easy to arrange.
But for Barbados to continue to flirt with
the concept of federation and then become
shy and coy whenever a decision is re-
“quested is to pursue a policy which is
tepid and time-wasting. Once the decision
for or against federation has been taken,
the next in priority is the deep water
harbour.

It is stupid to expect any port improve-
ments to be made with regard to ware-
housing or better handling equipment
until the government makes up its mind
either to build or not to build a deep water
harbour. The harbour of Bridgetown lit-
erally is the heart of the island’s life: if
a deep water harbour is not to be built,
improvements of all kinds will have to be
made in the Port at the earliest possible
moment.

To mention only one disadvantage of
the existing system, the arrangements for
off-loading imported frozen meat and fish
are not adequate to protect them against
deterioration resulting from too long ex-
posure in the sun, Whether a deep water
harbour is built or not this problem could
be solved by the companies who are con-
cerned with off-loading of these cargoes.

But how can any company be expected to
| wide beyond the humanities,

spend money on improving existing har-
bour facilities when next week or next
year the government may decide to con-
a det a deep water harbour ? ;
. ‘The government must make up its mind
about the deep water harbour. There can
be no valid excuse for not making up its
mind, But if the legislature once again is
too timid to make up its mind let the
people decide for them by referendum.
Barbados can make no political headway
until it decides whether it is going to re-
main an isolated unit in the British Carib-
bean, relying on the co-operation and sup-
port of all its people to guide it alone

through the 20th century atomic world or |

whether it is going to merge its political
interest with those of a large British Car-
ibbean unit, or of some other country.
At present its dilatory uncertain policy
is leading it further and further along the
road to greater dependence on London.
Those who believe that postponement of
the-federation issue will be beneficial to

Barbados ought to explain their reasons | Certainly, those who saw him run

for such belief because the evidence of
recent years shows only too clearly how
_ the increase of political power locally has
‘been coincident with the expansion in the
- number of Colonial office appointees and
with the tightening of controls on Barba-
dian trade.

Arguments exist for and against the
deep Water harbour and the government
may be pardoned for taking so long a
time to make up its mind when so much
conflicting advice has been given.

But failure to make up one’s mind is not

synonymous with political sagacity and |with the exception of Clifford

although excuses for delay in the past may
be -accepted, no such excuses can be
accepted now. Because there has been no
decision as to the deep water harbour,
everything in Barbados costs more. The
existing harbour facilities of Bridgetown
are inadequate for an island which has ex-
panded so rapidly in other directions dur-
ing recent-years. We cannot afford not
to make up our minds whether to have a
deep water harbour or not. The govern-
ment must cease tinkering around with a
multitudinous number of trivial matters
and concentrate on the truly urgent issues
of federation and the deep water harbour.
Two decisions will have to be taken on
these issues before any real progress can
be made politically or economically.
During his -present tour of duty as
Leader of the House of Assembly of Bar-
bados Mr. Adams ought to ensure that
these decisions are made.
them until his return from the meeting of
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers in
London in November will be to further
aggravate the deep-seated feeling of frus-

should do it with all the power of
ineir body and
of their

jexercised a more fascinating in-

ling G. F.



To postpone To The Editor, The Advocate

mind the great lesson he taught
.is pupils that whatever they did
-whether work or play—they

all the faculties
soul. Without doubt, no
schoolmastcr in the island has

iuenc? cover those who sat at hi
‘eet than Arthur Somers Cocks.

Born near Manchester in 1869,
Somers Cocks rec®ived his early
educstion at the Manchester
Grammar School and in 1888 went
up Ww Oviel College, Oxford, after
winning an open scholarship, He
won first class honours in his first
»*ar classical! examinations and
two years later, owing to the many
varied interests to which he. began

to devote his energy, he gain:d
only a third in his finals. At
Oxford he won his “Blue” in

Association football and narrowly
missed winning a similar cistinc-
tion in athletics and cricket.

Snostly after leaving the uni-
versity in 1892, Somers Cocks
came to Harrison College, succced-
Franks as ciassical
nastes when the latter was pro-
motcd to the post of Principal of

Queen's College, British Guiana.
At the College he was to remain to establish himself as one of the
for thirty-one years, giving his finest batsmen produced by the

talents and energy to the welfare West Indies. Not the least signifi-
of the school. Franks had brought cant feature of the time was that
class.cs at the Colleg> to a high G, Learmond, an old boy of Com-
$ andard of , exerlence: and in bermere School, who was to win
Somers Cocks’ hands that standard the distinction of representing
was never lowered, Moreover, Barbados, Trinidad and British
while winning respect for his Guiana in intercolonial games, led
classical learning, he showed that the newly formed Spartan to a
is knowledge ranged far’ and position where coloured players
He could play on equal terms with
ad more than a nedding acquaint- their white fellow-Barbadians.

ance with French, German, Mathe- —_ It was in this atmosphere that

matics and Botany and all this Somers Cocks played his cricket,
«knowledge he carried easily in his bringing to the game a deep love

bead, thanks to his
memory,
A Great-Hearted Sportsman arresting figure.
Right from the outset, Somers field and a_ useful batsman, he
Cocks showed the
nv y-sided gifts. 0
A ihe ings room was unforgettable his most stout-hearted perform-
~—he possessed all the arts of the @nce whenever his side was faced
teacher and maintained discipline With _ untoward circumstances.
with an easy, natural manner, But ue R. er “aes aor a
t was rhaps in the field of sport bados with an Inglis side in
that ae mate his geeatest appen! 1895, both Clifford Goodman and
io the imagination of the schoo) Somers Cocks bowled with great
boy. As a footballer, he was for Success. Goodman, who bowled
many years without a p®er in the with the fury of “a wild beast”,
island. His speed and skill with secured the remarkable figures of
ihe ball made it a delight to watcl, §& Wickets for 14 runs and 8 wickets
im in action. The English regi- for 71 runs in the first match, be-
ments then stationed in the island 78 ably supported by Somers
used to produce formidable foot- Cocks who captured 4 wickets
ball teams. Yet, even the best of for 31 in the first, and 8 for 99 in
hese players, when ce mpared the second game. When A Priest-
witn Somers Cocks, were dismissea 1Y, and Lord Hawke brought two
by Clifferd Goodman with the ther English teams in 1896,
numerous comment: Somers Cocks pee Sern, suc-
“A { sited die eek cessfully as a bowler.
in . os ‘ainuet a PERI TM performances were not flashes in
It was an unhappy accident, it hy re pe aan from
has been said, that prevented fact at ae ane are ea
psumers Cocks from representing 5°2S° he captured 98 wickets for

or . * 1,042 runs and in the following
Gaford in the 100 yards race. year 137 wickets for 1,491 runs.

Indeed, so consistent was his per-

prodigious ‘and knowledge and inspired by

His personality could always be relied on to give

py ed — nen a formance as a_ bowler that he
-rowess of this swift-footed captured as many as 565 wickets
‘chilles. His interest in athletics (uring the period 1895 to 1909

with an average of little over 11
runs a wicket. :
But it is not merely as a skilled
technician that Somers Cocks de-
serves a high place in the history
of Barbadian cricket. His en-
thusiasm did much to increase the
popularity of the game during one

.emained with him after he had
to netire from an active part in
them and his knowledge and ex-
perience as an expert were always
rt the disposal of the school and
he isiand,.

There were three spectacles that
brought satisfaction and pleasure
to lovers cf sport in the island in
those days—to see Somers Cocks
play at centre haif, to see him
Wy “bow in newashhar Sein etier_gnniaton, of the, om,
foul. In the opinion of competent? eee ae aaah ne wrangines
critics, there was no better bowler “* r

i ; village lawyers and to ensure
in Barbados and the West Indies, Se ae Was played in the right

spirit. Certainly, it was due as
much to him as to any else that
the game attracted an increasing
number of adherents and that
those who played it sought to
maintain the highest traditions of
sportsmanship. ,

A Great Misfortune

1906 Somers Cocks was
established as a popular



history. At a time when cup
cricket was being introduced and
stricter rules enforced for the

Goodman, the long, lanky youth
from the Lodge, who had bowled
Vhis way from one sensational
triumph to another. It was
largely due to Somers Cocks’ help,
added to the services of another
master, the incomparable G. B. Y.
(Gussy) Cox, that Harrison Col-
lege was able to come a Gees pat
s wick in the struggle firmly ‘ a”
seared Maetos Challenge Cup idol. So great was_his prestige
in 1893. ‘That was to mark the that, when Horace Deighton re-
beginning of a great epoch in the tired from the post of peadoaiee:
cricket history of the school for, he was g¢ nerally regarded as the

é 18 es alified to maintain
hanks to the precept and example man best qualifiec \

4 tae two sy Harrison Col- and even extend the tradition
lege soon took the place of the that had been established at —
Lodge School as the chief nursery rison College. The public hac

ken him to their hearts because
him as a scholar and
They knew him as a

of ericket in the island. te
Cricket in Barbados was then they knew
entering on a new era. The inter- an athlete,









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‘ s ctg. Librarian.
SIR,—For the information of the Acte

public I would like to state that @yides’ Local Association
there are in the Public Library

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an enthusiasm that mdde him an
An energetic

value of his Was outstanding as a bowler, who

That these

the
1895-96

the most significant periods of its

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

By F. A. Hoyos

ARTHUR SOMERS COCKS

man of wide culture, with a stock |
of common sense that was as un-!

common as that of his celebrated} Monday—Personally I am all in favour of

chief, It is not surprising, th< g-|
fore, that, when Dalton was select- |

ed to succeed Deighton, there}
were many to express the view}
that Somers Cocks. had been}

wrongfully overlooked. To have}
come to Harrison College in such
circumstances was extremely un-
fortunate for Dalton, but it was

Somers Cocks himself who saved

what could have been an
ward situation.

awk-
The latter must

Yet

ARTHUR SOMERS COCKS

was to learn to accept defeat. Cer-
tainly, no one could have been
more magnanimous than Somers
Cocks was to the man who was
preferred to the coveted office in
his stead — no one could have
Leen mone generous in helping his
rival to make his regime a con-
spicuous success. “No one has had
better reason than myself,” Dal-
ton once wrote, “to appreciate the
value of his work at Harrison Col-
lege. When I became headmaster
in 1906, he was already the Senior
Assistant Master, with thirteen
years of service behind him, His
personal goodness towards me, as
I was taking up my new work,
and his loyal co-operation with
me during the sixteen years of ny
tenure of offic®, were of value be-
yond all expression in words.” ,

As it was, Somers Cocks had tu
wait until 1922 before he was ap-
pointed to guide the destinies of
the College, It was one of the
tragedies of Barbadian history that
within less than two terms of his
appointment his life came to a
sudden end. When Dalton re-
signed, his election as headmaster
had been “immediate and uncon-
tested” and it had been generally
hoped that he would have lived
for quite a time — he was then
only fifty-three — to continue the
new work he had begun with
characteristic enthusiasm and
with every promise of suc-
cess. “In high and = straight-
forward charucter,” Dalton had
said of him, “in his sympathy
with boys, in his wide knowledge,
always at the service of others, in
his remarkable power of teaching.
in his unfailing energy, in his
deep interest in €very part of the
life of the School, he came as near
as anyone I have known to the
ideal of a schoolmaster. gid
very many of his old pupils will
cherish his memory, not only as
an inspiring teacher, but as a
valued friend and sharer of al)
their interests.”

The qualities shown by Somers
Cocks, as an assistant master,
stemed to indicate that his regime
as headmaster would have been ;
fitting climax to the achievements
of Deighton and Dalton. Te
many his death, shortly after
entering on his new oifice, vzas |
en incomprehensible disaster. Yet
bis memory is still cherished by
all who realise what his life’s work
meant to the progress and welfare |
of Harrisen College. Perhaps only
the school poet can give “4

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expression to the feelings of those
who felt, at the time of his death,
as if a monument had fallen.

Honoured by all, and better, loved by all
He passes to his

orn t, while every breath
hose whe

m he made

en, though





tears may fall
Proc'aims “this is not death,’
He cannot die; for he lives on in those
Whose minds he moulded, who from him
have learned

To play the game until the Long Game's

close
And pass, with tourels earned.
So round his memory shall ever cling
The incense of the thoughts, with love
agiow,
Of those for whom life was a nobler |

thu

Recdine be made it 60.

(Next Saiurésy—CHARLES
PITCHER CLARKE)





|
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a a's |
a encouragement of Guiding in the}

order to further!
meaning LOCAL
ASSOCIATION, I would like to)
see a fully informative article|
published in the ‘Advocate’ for
the information of the General,
Public, |
ENTHUSIASTIC GUIDER. |

Hopkinson And Mrs. Hitler |

Community—in
elucidate the

Tuesday—If there is one thing an English-

Friday—Overheard:



NOBODY'S
DIARY

paying the politicians more money, but
with strings attached.
For every million dollars they reduce



the cost of living by each year they)®
ss

should get a handsome bonus,

Meanwhile they’ve got a cheek. They | &
come around and promise us Utopia and| %

all that and what happens? Somebody’s
doing well out of it but not the major-
ity. COL goes up and up and up. And
the first step to bring it down is to dock
the politicians wages with a promise

+
that they will get a bonus if they bring| %

home the baton. Meanwhile they ry |
%

quite enough for the results produced.

P.S. Are there any other Houses of |
Assembly besides ours where drinks | 2¢¢2¢6006eseeo0s

are on the taxpayer? If there is to be!
freeness why not invite the listeners in|
the gallery to join in? In that case there
might be more people listening to de-
bates.

Anything might happen.

man hates it’s being called hypocrite.
Normally I don’t call names because it’s
rude. But there are times when my
English blood seethes at the hypocrisy |

of some of my forefather’s descendants ,
who have one law for the Rhodesian}

and another for the Barbadian. In Cen-
tral Africa (that’s the two Rhodesias|
plus Nyasaland) the English desperate-
ly want to bring about federation: so
they think up a plan in which the Eu-
ropeans who didn’t go to Africa until
the West Indies had been colonized for
two hundred years, are to hoss a feder-
ation on African territory. But in the
West Indies where Europeans have been
sweating away opening up the islands’
and bringing them to the levels we have}
reached to-day, so far as England is con-
cerned there are no Europeans entitled
even to representation. They don’t count.

Indians yes. Chinese yes. Africans
yes. But Europeans? Oh no. In the col-
onies they live only in Africa and of
course they have rights in African ter-
ritory.

asa

But a European with rights in the
West Indies? Man don’t make me laugh.
Europeans forfeited their rights by not
being rich enough to go back to England
when the slave money was dished out.
It makes you think, doesn’t it? But
what do you think of a situation in
which the Lord Mayor of London city
can’t get a British passport because he’s
an Australian ?

Wednesdxy—Did you see that piece in Har-
old Nicholson’s biography about King
George V? When he visited Barbados as
a Prince on the Bacchante with his
brother an enterprising journalist of the
day cabled a story that the Princes had
“been tattoed on their noses.” This pro-
bably referred to the presence on their
noses of some parts of a hibiscus or lily
which the Princes had been smelling.
But their Royal mother availing herself
of the opportunity presented by the
newspaper story wrote to ask “how
could you have your impudent snouts
tattoed?”

Moral: In the best circles mothers
don’t stand on ceremony but bring up
their sons the hard way.

Thursday—There are so many clubs spring-
ing up around Paynes Bay that any day
I expect to see a sign hanging up from
the Fish-slab-shed saying “Club Sleepy”.

Even the Police Band went to brighten
up the place some nights ago. They stuck
it for just one hour.

Talking of the Police Band I wonder
the local musicians union stand for this
kind of competition. I’ve nothing against
the band myself, but it doesn’t seem
right that they should cover the hop-
market the way they do.

But perhaps what happened recently
will queer the pitch without bothering
the Union, People just are not going to
spend money on hiring the band and
advertising it to play at their hops if
just a few days before the great event
someone says you can’t have the band.
It must go to sea to perform in some
other island.

I have always maintained that the
Police Band should play during the
lunch hour in Queen’s Park every day
and nowhere else in Public unless in an
emergency.

To the smart-alecks who say “when
is the breakfast hour?” I would’ answer,
“when the shops shut.” It should not be
beyond the capacity of the Police Band
to find out when that is,

Meanwhile how do the musicians
make out? Do they undercut the Police
or are the Barbadians so constantly on
the hop that there’s room for the Police
Monopoly and others?

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you'll get for five dollars is the one I got
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952



Planters Seek Govt. O.K. On Marketing

Agricultural Society

Make Recommendations

_ THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY at its half yearly
General Meeting yesterday decided to ask Government
for its urgent ahd favourable consideration to recommen-
dations which they are putting forward in connection
with the establishment of a vegetable marketing centre.
The Society will pass on to Government information
received from Hong Kong through the Agricultural
Adviser to the Comptroller of Development and Welfare
concerning the operation of a marketing scheme there,

In addition, they will suggest traders. These factors are having
to Government that they obtain a deleterious effect on roduction

the most information possible which has greatly diminished in
concerning the marketing or- recent months, accentuated no
ganisations sponsored by the doubt by unfavourable weather

authorities in Jamaica, Trinidad conditions. The position has led to
and British Guiana. flagrant exploitation, with breach-

Part of the extract from the es of the law which are very diffi-
Colonial Reports, Hong Kong, cult to uncover in the prevailing
1950 which the Society will be circumstances, thereby allowing
sending to Government states: malpractices to continue to the dis-
“In September 1946, a vegetable comfiture of both producer and
marketing scheme similar to the consumer, Besides charging ex-

scheme started for marketing orbitant prices, these traders are
fish was introduced on the main. known, from time to time, to with-
land, hold sales if it sits them, to re-

All vegetables produced in the frain from buying produce for re-
new territories, mainland or im- tail and to allow produce to spoil
ported in that

area, are sold ~All with a view seemingly to
wholesale by the Government â„¢aintaining an unreasonable price
Vegetable Marketing Organisa- level and thus ensuring maximum

tion, the aim of which is to en- Profit with a minimum of outlay
sure fair and steady returns to 20d labour.
vegetable producers and reason.
able selling prices to consumers.

Alarm

inet " My mg oes A which, as is well
‘i e Co-operative nown, has for many years inter-
P ested itself in the welfare of all

It is intended that in due Classes of producers and has fos-
course this Organisation will be- tered agricultural production for

come a co-operative enterprise. the benefit of the island as a whole, Cheons of molasses and 1,800 car- Central Foundry’s dock.

Vegetables are collected by the VieWs with alarm the undesirable
Organisation’s lorries and con- tends oiNlined above on the econ-
veyed to the Wholesale market in $\â„¢y uusiaite aes population and
owloon where they are sold un- 2 stable | omic conditions
der the supervision of the Organi- meray which they engender,
sation’s staff. A deduction of 10% n the circumstances, my Soci-
is made from the wholesale price °tY Tone time ago appointed a
fo cever hanling ‘nd maseeing eal comme i
re me year, ithe quantity the illest te eee oa
of vegetables handled by the . et, E e the prob-
Organisation increased consider- !¢™m in so far as it was possible and
ably. Before the war, vegetable - report - oa. Committee of
production qwas only sufficient to che theit Riaaee ae PO done
meet one-fifth of the colony’s yas duly con-
needs. It is now estimated that sidered and approved by the Gen-
even with the present large popu- ee ee at its last Annual
lation, local producers are supply- Mee Ae uring the deliberations,
_ - ee aces osithe Uteaianar ce Dentimenl and
requirements of the colony. - ’
The Organisation has received Welfare agreed to obtain certain
valuable aid from Colonial Devel- information from Hong Kong
opment and Welfare funds. Grants Where it was understood that the
and loans from these funds have Colonial Development and Wel-
enabled it to purchase a fleet of fare Act has assisted in the estab-

Adviser ;
dviser to the in’ St.

island’s leading Sugar Factories
and discovered that this building
“as become, once more, the scene
of bustling activity.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





LABOURERS BUSY ON WATERFRONT

‘The waterfront was bustling
with activity yesterday morning,
One vessel the Moneka was tak-
ing a cargo of soap, Velvo-kris
lard and pottery, and this in-
volved the assistance of a number
of labourers,

The busiest spot, however, was
‘that opposite the Harbour Mas-
ter’s Office building where a
shipment of molasses was being
loaded in the lighters drawn up
alongside the wharf. The lorries
which brought the molasses to
the wharfside blocked the road
partially and as a result, im-
peded the course of traffic,

The centre of attraction, how-
ever, was the manner in which
the workmen handled the pun-
cheons of molasses. The _ skill
they exploited in controlling the
fast-moving puncheons amazed
everyone and accounted for the
‘swift completion of the job.

Evidently they worked with
‘their attention fixed on the
gloomy skies and were endeav-
‘ouring to complete their job be-
fore the rain which threatened
all morning.

Further down the wharfside,
lorry hands assisted the lighter
erews ir unloading the cargo of
cement brought to the island by
the S.S. Planter. This ship called
at Bridgetown on Wednesday
afternoon from London with
general cargo for the island.

MOLASSES FOR CANADA

Six hundred and fifty pun-

tons of rum were being loaded NEW CRANE

on the C.N.S. Canadian Con. ———-———

structor yesterday for shipment , Workmen were at work yes-
to Canada. : terday putting down a new crane
The vessel arrived yesterday ©! the wharfside of the inner

Careenage. This new crane is the
property of Manning & Co. Ltd,
and work is being carried out by
Messrs. D, M. Simpson Ltd. The
foundation for the crane has al<
ready been laid and yesterday
masons were laying cement.

FLOUR EXPECTED

thousand bags of
expected to arrive in

morning and is expected to sail
north any time today.

Another 53 puncheons were being
loaded on the SS Sunwhit for
Port Alfred.

The Sunwhit is consigned to
Plantations Ltd. This vessel] ar-
rived in port yesterday morning
from Montreal with generai
cargo for the island, This cargo



Forty-two
flour are

e
Through Rain
Reported

All Police Sub Stations re-
ported that there was no damage
reported due to yesterday’s incle-
ment weather. In St, Joseph the
rain began about 3.15 a.m. and
continued to fall steadily up to
5.30 a.m, This rain was accom-
panied by lightning and thunder.
There was no loss reported in
this area,

No Damag

consisted of 1,000 bags of Hen the colony between early Octo- oak eee “ie tueke aoe
Chow, 644 bags. of wheat flour, ber and December. The selling iontara as that district had
67 cases and 44 kegs of paint, price of this commodity has + aa a

and medicinal preparations. This
vessel also brought a great quan-
tity of pine lumber to the island.

ON DRY DOCK

anne | yimotor es vessel mioonne
which arrived in Barba- a ane p

irene arta, decade cunt of ny end mar

dry dock on Wednesday, 5 ow SERENE AAO

Ricardo arrived here to undergo, FISHING ON WHARF

extensive repairs after being at —~———

Martinique for some time await- Yesterday more than a dozen

ing repairs. people were on the lower end
of the Wharf fishing,

When the vessel arrived here, The catches made were chiefly
the Daerwood was then on jacks and small fish. These peo-
dock, and as a result, it had to ple — most of whom were boys
await the completion of repairs to fished nearly all evening, One of
the Dacrwood. During this time, them said that when the sun is
however, minor repairs were not shining, he and his compan~
carried out at its berth near the ions make good catches. Some-
times they prefer fishing at night.

been fixed at $9.58 (B.W.I. Cur-
rency) per 100 Ib, bag.

This price is inclusive of
freight, insurance, duty based on
general tariff, exchange based on
73.3%, bank charges and all other
charges,







Confectionery : New Industry

$3,000), and added to this there operator,

By VERNON FENTY

_ The Confectioners have arrived
in Barbados and with them the

tentative hope of a sort for the
relief of an overstrained economy.

It speaks well in this instance
for the soundness of our Pioneer
Industry Bill, and the practicabil-

ity of all that it is intended to
foster.

This week I visited Wakefield
John, once, one of the

Against the early morning sky,

16 diesel-engine lorries and have lishment and operation of a mar- the long disused brick chimney

helped in the establishment and keting scheme which was working
running of small village vegetable Satisfactorily in that territory, An
collecting centres. In recent outline of the scheme is now avail-

quietly breathes forth a dark wisp
of smoke from the roaring exhaust
of an oil-burning boiler which
generates steam in readiness for

whole United Kingdom,
told,) who can either build or of them required to weigh one
every other

as to work at closely control

a steam-heated kettle for cooking

months, two such centres have
been established in which farmers
themselves have taken over most
of the work previously handled by
the Organisation. In time it is
hoped that these centres will be
registered as co-operating Socie-

ties.
Steady Rise

In 1947, the first full year of its
,existence, the Organisation hand-
“led 19,427 tons of local vegetables
and 7,658.7 tons of imported, of
which the total wholesale value
was $7,348,690. These amounts
have steadily risen each year, and
the corresponding figures for 1950
were 36,173, and 13,036 tons re-
spectively, at a total value of
$16,650,928. The average price of
all vegetables per picul rose dur-
ing this period from $16.1 to $20.18
in 1949. In 1950, there was a
slight fall in price to $20.14,”

Mr. R. E. King who acted as
Chairman at the meeting yester-
day in the absence of Mr. F. E. C,
Bethell, said that tha Committee
which had been appointed to draft
a Resolution to pass on to Gov-
ernment in connection with the
marketing centre, had met on sev-
eral occasions and done much
work in getting information on the
matter. In such a scheme as they
were suggesting, it was necessary
to get all the available facts and
figures before they rushed on with




able and a copy, together with a
copy of the Report previously re-
erred to, are enclosed for your
information and for such action as
Government may consider appro-
priate and desirable. Application
has been made by the office of the
Comptroller of Development and
Welfare for a detailed description
of the marketing organisation, In
addition, my Society respectfully
suggests that Government obtain
from the neighbouring Govern-
ments of Jamaica, Trinidad and
British Guiana, the fullest inform-
ation possible concerning the mar-
keting organisations which are
sponsored by the authorities in
those territories and which should
be helpful in determining the type
of organisation most likely to be
suitable to local conditions.

the day’s production:

At about 5.30 each Monday, a
brand new three and one half tons
diesel-electric plant roars into life;
three indicator lights flash on and
the fore fingers of nearly a dozen
operators descend upon twice as
many electric push-buttons which
start the production line rolling,
In a large steam-heated kettle,
foreign nuts are immersed, and
after a specified time these are re-
moved and fed into a tall machine,
very much resembling a corn-mill
which removes the thin husklike
covering before passing them along
a conveyor belt unto stacks of
glisterIng aluminium trays.

From here on the sequence of
production is a divergent one.

Depending upon the nature of
the required products, the newly
cooked and blandished nuts may
go either into the making of ‘‘Mar-
zipans” sugared-almonds or an-
other thinly rolled and pasty sub-
stance which one may be apt to
term .as likened to a local Guy

Willing To Co-operate

In conclusion, my Society trusts
that Government will give urgent
and favourable consideration to
the general recommendations put
forward and, further, expresses its

willingness to co-operate fully Fawkes Day “stew-dumpling”.
with the administration and, in For “Marzipan = et
particular, at this juncture, to cooked almonds are fed into a

grinder which reduces them to a
texture of fine sawdust.

Mixed with balanced amounts
of different sugars and water, it
is then cooked in a steam-heated
revolving cooker being titurated

assist in facilitating, in any way
possible, such supplementary local
enquiry as may be deemed essen-
tial for the object in view.”

Hon. G. D. L. Pile said that the

(an experienced
lift some of the
the sugared nuts from either pan and
(I was promptly determine the number

are only two firms of specialised foreigner) can
copiper-pmiths throughogt

even repair them, Each pan like ounce, Despite the fact that large
piece of machinery quantities of various ingredients
throughout the factory is electric are being constantly added, if
eally-driven, and so constru they were weighed after the
operator had given his total it

speeds. Behind them twines a would be discovered that he is
maze of steam-pipes, strainers right. He always is.

traps, :.d valves with which the In the centre of the factory,
operator must be fully acquainted, stands other machines for the

Sugared Almonds manufacture of packaged custards
Between every two pans stands 4nd a variety of other products.

The factory employs a staff of

various ingredients which go into about 270 persons, of which the
the production of sugared-almonds manager and three others only
for which sole purpose those pans are foreigners,

are specially built. Into the pans

The whole atmosphere is rather
go a quantity of nuts; each pan homelike; but none the less efficient
revolving at a limited speed until because of this. The staff works
a specific temperature is reached, in three eight-hour shifts;
and over them goes a continuous beginning at 6 p.m,
stream of boiling syrup. This The majority of the workers are
actually goes on for about twenty engaged in the compounding of
hours in the course of which time custard powders for export, in
they are removed and variously which powders all but one of
treated, the ingredients are obtained from
If an oblong nut goes into one West Indian sources.
of these pans; the finished product. Responsible for all this activity
will be oblong, This stands true are Messrs, Kenyon Sons & Craven

full is dyed a different colour. which the local counterpart
A remarkable feature concerning operates under the name of the

this production, is that the Barbados Products Limited.



Enquiry Into Servant’s Death
Adjourned To September 24

HIS WORSHIP Mr. E. A. McLeod Police Coroner of
District “A” yesterday adjourned until September 24 the
inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of |
54-year-old Rhoda Waterman, a domestic servant of
Andrew’s Tenantry, St. Joseph.

Waterman was involved in an E. A. McLeod adjourned the in-
eccfdent on Retreat Road, ;St. quiry until September 24,
Joseph, with a bicycle on August
16 about 3 p.m. but died at the
General Hospital shortly after she
was detained.



James Gill alias “King George”

|
for nuts of any shape. Each pan- Limited of Rotherham, England, ;

a heavy deluge. One woman re-
ported that some of her clothing
which she left in the yard was
washed away by the rain but she
found some when she got up.

St, Peter also had a heavy
rainfall and some yards were
flooded,

According to Police figures,
Central received the heaviest
rainfall with 76 parts up to 6 a.m.
yesterday. Other figures were
District “A” 45 parts, District “B”
26 parts, District “C” 15 parts,
District “D” 71 parts, District “E”
32 parts, District “F” 61 parts,
Holetown 67 parts, Four Roads,
St. John 68 parts, Crab Hill, St.
Lucy 24 parts and Belleplaine, St.
Andrew, 21 parts,

BAND AT GARRISON.

The Police Band will play at
the Garrison Savannah tomorrow
at 5 p.m. The musical programme
will be concluded by the beating
of the Retreat by the drums.

This Sunday afternoon concert
on the Savannah will be a regu-
lar feature every month if it is
popular,

ENTRANCE CHANGED.

The entrance to the Central
Foundry Car Park is now oppo-
site Rediffusion buildings and the
exit on the Careenage side of the
ear park. The signs have been



changed to ease the flow of traffic
during peak periods and to re-
duce the congestion at the Bridge
Street corner,







JUST IN TIME

VEGETABLE
SEED—

BUY NOW!
ONLY A LIMITED
SUPPLY AVAILABLE!!

Original Now
7
PONE Seen OnE $50.00 $20.00 WORLD
gem le Vent 46.00 He
SPA cr ae 46.00 15.
Champs de Elysees .... 40.00 10.00 FAME
Fol, Arome ........... 35.00 10.00
Pour Troubler ........ 35.00 10.00
MRR EL ec eK CET A os 20.00 10.00 PERFUME
Vague Souvenir .... 30.00 10.00
Rue de la Paix 30.00 10.00 So
— = Russie ........ Sore a
eT ye 30.00 10,00
Coque D'or ............ 20,00 8.08 BUY NOW
Pour Troubler ......... 17.00 6.00
Dawamesk ............ 17.00 6.00 FOR
Quand Vient Lété ..... 17.00 v.00











PAGE FIVE



DRINK
CLAYTON’S



KOLA TONIC

DRASTIC
REDUCTIONS

IN
GUERLAIN'S





Committee was to be congratulated

on the work it had done. One
thing though, he had noticed that
He personally could say that if there was no mention of praedial
the island had a proper marketing larceny. He thought that Govern-
centre, he would be induced to ment should be asked to do some-
supply far more potatoes and other thing to stop it. It was a bad
vegetables than he did then. Such thing for a peasant to have a piece
a scheme did not necessarily mean of land with vegetables soon ready
that they would put hawkers out to be reaped, then to awake one
of work. but rather it would help morning and find that they were
to control things, and during times stolen.
of scarcity, it would prevent fabu- Other planters said that they
lous prices being asked for vege- had suffered loss by theives, and
tables. Either the producer or the one said that 238 holes of pota-
hawker could carry potatoes or toes were stolen from one of his
other items to the market. fields before he began to reap,
The Society adopted the audited
Cold Storage statement of accounts to June 30,
It was necessary to start with

1952.
cold storage facilities otherwise

it.

run, to represent them at a meeting in
When the Society write Govern- the Legislative Council Chamber
ment, they will state: at 11 a.m. on October 1 to discuss
“Government is no doubt aware plans which it is hoped will assist
ef the unsatisfactory conditions in keeping down the number of
which exist in the activities sur- cane fires during the next crop
rounding the disposal of agricul- season, The Society were asked
tural produce from the standpoint by the Colonial Secretary to ap-
of both grower and consumer. point two delegates to attend the
Complaints are numerous and in- discussions,
cessant, not only in regard to the Also attending this meeting will
staging of the commodities for sale be delegates from the Barbados
to the public, but equally to the Producers’ Association, the Sugar
exorbitant prices demanded by @ On Page 6.

Decrees Absolute Granted

In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial! Causes yesterday, His
Lordship the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore, Kt., granted the
application for Decree Abso-
lute in the suit of O. Morris, Peti-
tioner and C. E. Morris, Respond-



tioner and A, G. Swire, Respond-
ent. Decree Nisi was pronounced
on the Ist August,

Mr. F. G. Smith, instructed by
Messrs Haynes and Griffith, Soli-
citors, appeared for the petitioner.

His Lordship pronounced De-

all the while until the desired
constituency is effected, It is then
packed into special copper-lined
drums of about one quarter ton
capacity each,

cessed into the final product.

copper-pans,

the whole outlay with the excep-

_ The Society appointed Mr. R. E.!and great care is required in their
the centre could not possibly be King ang Mr, C. O, Armstrong] proper operation as each one costs

Dr, E, L. Ward who performed
the post mortem examination yes-
terday told the court that the skull
of the deceased was fractured on
the left side and in his opinion
death was due to shock and hae-
morrhage following fracture of the
skull.

In answer to the Coroner, Dr.
Ward said that the fractured skull
could have been brought about if
the deceased had fallen on her
head,

Rupert Catlyn (21) of Parris
Hill, St. Joseph said that while he
was riding his bicycle along Re-

and shipped to
England, there to be further pro-

Down one side of the building
stands a row of steam-heated
built to operate
centrifugally, These pans comprise
about the most expensive part of

tion of the Diesel-electric plant

which costs three thousand tio, Road on August 16 the de-
pounds ($14,400). ceased suddenly dashed across the
Built throughout of copper, poad and there was a collision,

these pans resemble in shape, one

f locall de “Ash-t > The deceased fell to the ground
of our locally made ‘‘Ash-trays,’

and he noticed that she was bleed-
ing from the nose.
At this stage His Worship Mr.

wf Maidens Lane, St, Michael was
remanded without bail until Sep-
tember 26 when he appeared be-
fore His Worship Mr, E, A, Mc-
Leod, Police Magistrate of District
“A” yesterday charged with coin-
mitting robbery with violence on
August 8,

Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting in
the preliminary hearing for ihe
Police from information received.

FINED 20/- a!

A fine of 20/- in 14 days or 14
days’ imprisonment with herd
labour was imposed on Dudley
Seales of Deacon's Road by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn who
found him guilty of inflicting
bodily harm on Ianthy Drayton.

The offence was committed
August 20.



on

REMANDED. |
|

“SEEDS THAT
SUCCEED ”









Beet, Cabbage, Carrot, Cu-
cumber, Squash, Broccoli,
Parsley, Onion, Leck, Pep-
per, Thyme, and 50 other
kinds of Flower and Vege-

table Seeds.

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD.

Also sold at “THE Flower

Shop” Aquatic Club Gap











ent. Decree Nisi was pronounced
on the 8rd of July.

cree Nisi in the suit of M. E. Cox,
Petitioner and W, M. Cox, Re-

Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by spondent. There was no order as
Mr. E. D. Rogers, Solicitor, ap- to costs.
peared on behalf of the Petitioner. Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by
Decree Absolute \ also grant- Mr. E. D. Rogers, represented the





ed in the Suit of W. Swire, peti- petitioner.









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i has been proved outstandingly
“ TK a oe oll types of skin! 5546
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quet Soa

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Adorns your skin with
the fragrance men love!

Pe

Rulers 4c., 14c. ea,

Leads 4c., 6c., 9c. ea.

Pen Nibs Ic., 6c., 8c., 20c.

School Bags $4.49, $5.29, $6.11
ea.

Pencil Boxes 2/6, 3/-, 3/6, ea.
Plastic Pencil Cases 3/6 ea.
Memo Books at 4e., 6c., 8c.,
15c., 30c., 40c. ea,
Fountain Pens 3/6, 4/-, 5/- ea.

Hard Back Books 2/6, 3/-,
3/6 ea.

Hard Back Books 7/6 & 2/6
Single Line Exercise Books






a |

5 Only 22in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES .

TO CLEAR—ONLY $5.00 EACH.

6 Only “SOLO” SPRAYERS

THE ONE-MAN SPRAYER WHICH SPRAYS ON BOTH THE
UP_ AND DOWN STROKES. IDEAL FOR TREES, VEGE-

"

JASON JONES

KNIGHT'S LTD.

Phoenix Pharmacy.

'00 LBS, NET

URINA

LAYENA

COMPLETE RATION
MASH



SPECIAL

STOCK-TAKING OFFERS—



TABLE AND OTHER GARDENS.

BIRDCAGES—assorteo styLes AND SIZES
PRICES FROM $4.77 TO $9.24





$11.00 EACH.












XMAS
PRESENTS







Maths. Sets $1.44 ea.
Coinpasses 24c. ea.
Dividers 36c. each
Paint Boxes 1/6, 2/-,

ea.

{

/

{

7, 29c.

Paint Brushes size 6 16c., size

Ball Point Pens 3/- ea. 18¢,

Refills 1/3 ea.

Dip Pens 6c., 20c.

Pen Holders 4c., 6c., 3c.
Drawing Books 20c., 30c. ea.
Color Crayon 15c., 30c,

Short Hand Nete Books 1/3 ea.

5/-, 6/- Foolscap

ea,

10, 11, 12, &

13 BROAD STREET



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Double Lines & Checkered
Exercise Books 14c.

Paper 35/- Per

Ream or 42c. Per Quire
Erasers 3c., 8c., 14c., 10c., 15¢.

| CAVE SHEPHERD & Co, Ltd.

Ame

the following—
Socket Screws, Brass Door
olts, Cupboard Catches,
W.C. Seat Hinges,

“STANLEY” HAND AND BREAST DRILLS, SINGLE
AND DOUBLE f JE IRONS, SOCKET FIRMER
CI AND GAUGES.

HARRISON



ng many other useful items we have just received

Brass Flush Bolts, Key-
hole Escutcheons, Turn-
Buttons, Copper Bull

Rings.

















=

S Hardware Dept.
Dial 2364 or 3142

>
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952

Planters Seek Govt. = GOVERNMENT NOTICE

CLAS SIFIED AD Ss | PUMIC SALES |OUPLEC NOTICES
O.K. On Marketing The Secretary of State for the Colonies has advised this Govern-

TELEPHONE 2599 i REAL ESTATE a NOPICE
til p: THE N
“CRANE HOUSE” he the E ; ATION OF BARBADOS
t R â„¢m ment that a limited number of SEATS along the Coronation Route
rom page 5 Sighting, and Ratoon Tillage. can be made available to persons no cealks ox Mihai
Pr ' M p 2 rmally den
Producers’ Federation, the Barba-|_ At the end of the meeting, Mr. |The cost is £5.10.0. for a covered seat and £3.10.0, for an uncovered







































rophet, priest, and
& Ss, a leader, and com-
jer, To The Nation, the interpreia-








d to hear, and to witness, the
The House contains six bedrooms, dr

are specially invited, to
sie incomes tween ee FOR SAI E of Saint Phitip standing on 12° acres|
ED | é 1 rood and 22 perches of land. oF






BLOW —On 1052, TohD JCLUNES | ee neem ling, dining and living rooms and usual




















Rilow, at h ¢ Haynes Court, ffiee : p :
St.John. 1 will leave “Geneva”, AUTOMOTIV offices on of fhe Vision will be performed and "
ae Funeral % nm. toway tor dee ee >a ae, will be see tor sale at} cvplained by A.B. Henth, at Sugar Hil. dos Workers’ Union, and the Com-| Robbinson mentioned that he| .
the Westbury Cemetery. No flowers by] , CAR—One Morris 8 Hu, Just repaired 28 atition on day the 26tn]t. Joseph, on the 20th day of September | missioner of Police, the Fire Offi-| would soon be leaving the island | sea
ay of September 1952 at 2 p.m, at the) i? at sharp 4 p.m. To the world’s}cer, the Director of Agriculture|for good and thanked members Persons who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity should



request tyres and Battery as new and - in | ofice’of the : ; Pp .
of Pere.) AS notstall te atene, and the Acting Labour Commis-|of the Society for being allowed/;,...:4 their names in writing to the Colonial Secretary’s Office.




















































































































































































































































































H. Mildred Blow, 20.9.52—in. | 00d working condition. Phone 41%5 med. | ;

WALCOTT_On Sept. 19. 160% Sehjarnin ete ces He ” NS ———— ___* S—" | sioner. tw address them on certain Agri- ; :

Walcott. ‘The funeral will leave his} CAR—1®7 8 H.P. Morris Sedan, re- THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE : cultural subjects atvarious times, Not more than two tickets will be allocated to each applicant, and
late residence, Bank Hall Cross Road cently repainted and checked. Mechani-] —5ji,1 2043 and make an aonoluimer one er Oe ae Mr. W. H. Knowles and Mr. tickets will not be transferable.
near Peterkins Land at-4.30 p,m. this] cally. Telephone 8409. P0045. 20. | 10” Gverionk “the following mrcnenins| OSWALD LOST POLICY ss naving}J; 4. Robbinson two members of| Mr. King said that all members 20.9.52.—-2n
ee et crea te attend." | CAR — Gun Word Pretecti Gar is0i, | Ao are priced to sel de sworn deposition that Policy No.§the staff of the Department of | of the society might not have ee ae
Alice Walcott (wife), Mrs. Eileeng Owner driven 7,400 miles. As new ora pullt of stone with land,| 49,80 on his lite bas been lost, and Agriculture, gave a resumé of the'noticed that it had been publish-
Vaughn, Mrs. Ivy Grandison and] Owner bought new car. Ring 6115 or! yf's99. ark at Constitution Road, 1 anes oe sree experimental - work the Depart-|ed that prices of certain ground
eee ee ae Ss, -. 20.9.52—3n.}* i>)” Stone bungalow with water and| NOTICE i hereby given that unless § Ment had been doing since the last | provisions had been increased,
: CAR_Stylemaster Chevrolet Car, in| USBt, together with 2 acre of land at}eny objection Is raised within one month meeting of the Society. Mr. Rob-\but he wanted to thank all the
good condition, good tyres. Price $1.440.]~ (5) "Hoa, Sea ees £1880. o! the date hereof the duplicate Policy | binson spoke on “Soil Potash”,|members who had given so much
IN MEMORIAM Apply Clifton A. Roberts, Roberts Man- | ;, 2») hg ren sng Lent with} aked for will be issued. Soil Nitrogen Maggasse Applica- | ti in forwarding to Govern
wfacturing Co. Ph 4263 2910. = % ee ne, . : ~)} time ,
— ———— Oe OOS 19.9.52 35. | oy ame property at Fite Village, tion as Manure, and Filter Press|ment the reasons on account of} 00...
EDWARDS—In loving memory of our St. James, £450. Mud as Fertiliser. Mr. Knowles|which there was a necessity for :
dean Mother and Grandmother] “TRUCKS—New Morris 5 ton Trucks | cp ep Pymee Gand at Maxwell Road, spoke on thr ivati .
Adora McNicol who fell asleep ©] s4'99¢.00. Equipped with six Snoder ine Chvist Church. Can be bought on terms.| —— ee new cultivating | increased prices. The new prices °
the 20th September. 1947, HP. O.H.V. Engine, large att deal at (8) One property called “Colleen” on systems, Ploughing and Cane Hole 'are prices they submitted. Hurricane Precaution & The M.V. “MO i sass nin
Til memories fade, and ute e-] cvixiilary gear box for cane ground work. |S se@,#* Worthing, tea] 2 ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE cept Cargo and ngers for
Yow! tive forever in our hearts. eure Le helper springs, shock ® ~tamby" at Welches, ‘Christ “Church VAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC, LONDON Dominica, Antigua, Mon t,
Bank awards ‘dsugnter), "Agata Bd | Deorbere, alt Found. “Can be supplied |y-cgr "at these are Vacant “and very] y \pe treory‘exam takes pisce a we] | OPENING TO-DAY HINT NO. 20 nis ene
te hat the Th .
nees apenas ein, FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. sired: Wee Se a Coemere’ Yisuhne Convent on Saturday, October kk. dtes
Telephone 4504 i2—5n . aco . wth 1962. At 9.45 e “CARIBBEE” will
— Auctioneer,

HACKER — naman af Mowe) “VARAusiin, C108 Sway owt Nie Sion, [At torn’ ‘ana tow mot ve is |] SATURDAY 20h SEPTEMBER comma, Corey 96 Peavenaees tc
ae ay tee York oh sibs Delivery Van in good condition. Charles 19.8.3-2, oo ; A. INNISS. After a ‘hurricane—-Help Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
away @ ew WT ep dpm neye hiner —ttpmen merase 9.5 i i j
1306, EDP Iee Be Con, FAB. all O88. LAND—One Acre and 18 Perches of 20.9.8—1n- ne Relies orenee by aE eee

The only links death cannot sever -9.52—4n. | jong. Situate at Rendezvous Road, Ch.| 0 ee i INGTON clearing minor debris from B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
They. tive Sacaeercc= ‘ook. etic _—— S208 a P En ON off the road ways in front ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Tavetg last gift, ELECTRICAL ae - - of your house. Consignee, Tele. No. 4037
Remembrance. newly renovated three public are hereby warned against Marhill Street 20,9.52—2

Rawlin Wackett | (husband, Sar and BATTERIES “Reliance” Batteries al) |bedreomed | house, all modern con: 8 een Tae ge igen \ eee P
Allan (sons), Lisle and a ‘ vy-duty for cars, truck veniences, ng on nearly ne et en eee ore oe hig oc iri
(brothers), May, Elsie ond Iva Phi \caclors. Guaranteed 18 months. Ae of irrigated for kitehen gardening) responsible for her or anyone else con= Grill Room, Bar & Snackette on Ist Floor _ © x
(sisters). 9 9.52—In.|cyele Batteries guaranteed 12 months, | 2¢@F Paradise Beach Club. Phone 0104, | tracting any debt or debis in my name Restaurant & Bar on 2nd Floor de

Fiectric Sales & Service Ltd 16.9.52~4n.] unless by a written order signed by me.
LETT—%» loving memory of a dear 20,.9.52—3n a ARTHUR INNISS,
other and ‘pelayse 2 ben Bepter| * be 7 — MENU — for to- day
Nebiett, who fell asleep on ‘ptem- FREEZERS—Coldrator 6 cu. f , :
hae, 104 ar st Euarantee, eta eae’ ineuiation ncThe, enpeeised price of 35,000.09 not 20.9.52—2n. ~ FRUIT COCKTAIL :
Gone but not forgotten, zr icatoer jamps. Electric Sal avir en receive ‘or tO -

Samuel Neblett (Curacao, husband), Keith | Service Ltd. Phone 4629 ie Sales &) Vv ecgel “T. B, RADAR", OF FERS for the ANNOUNCEMENTS ’ CREAM OF CHICKEN > | aie
and Roy (sons), 20.9.62—1n, —20.9.82—an. | Pumghase of te same are iavited. é GRILLED SIRLOIN STEAK .

ch offers Ye subi 3] ——<_—_—

SALAD

CANADIAN SERVICE





dielnanietn alias ‘ebetincebin wnienanineta nace
ELECTRIC TOASTERS — “Premier 5¢#led envelopes to be Flan rope The] MAKE EXTRA MONEY — Big cash























































































































THANKS line, Good quality for bargain prices. Ts in area te ess idings,} 5rofits fll or spare time. Sell Personal GARDEN PEAS — CARROTS VICHY
POLLARD — We desire through this G2* queries (66. heen ee ne ee eee. ter AEs Cone Soe Goncins Pees: JULIENNE POTATOES SOUTHROUND
3 . . 50 -— es Mf
medium to thank all those kind 20.9.52-—3n. @n the Ist October the sealed envelopes Al os oe appr . e Wri URReL x TUF .
© Cards, | Sanremo Y Also 20 beautiful box assortments. Write HEESE CRACKER cae, Sheomer Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
faa a rruunaee wrt tears FLUORESCENT Tubes, Starters, Ballasts, vie Gourt the eae Se we ee ig] Air Mail. CYPHERS CARDS CO., 6 W. ¢ . on i ‘S ‘KIM Serer AT YT Sist August 12th
our recent bereavement, caused by Holders. “e uaity, tune bet wae Bt het oar in the presence of “the Chief furso St., Bafelo, Hy COUPE ARLINGTON STEAMER ua a A oth ee ote tes Sane
h of dear Mother, Balen | andes ig Fixtures all types. Regan 7A RE Oe ene asd . Meet tbat, switghes and geces- |” Pen dunt perticuiare soply. to: NOTICE CAFE NOIR A STEAMER .. .. .. 10th October 14th 26th October
rac tavia St. Hill, Mrs. Eva Mitche Sales & Serv! =) as rT, T. oe . *
sume | clan. aie. cent 20.9.52-—n, | © 48h. - Sannent tn Aginuraiiy. FEE paper DOAN falas Chef; Mer, Foster Tayler RAREEROEND
Teas 4 8 3.9.52—an, to 25th beth days imelusive. In- , : ‘ALCOA PPritan” Due Barbados September 14 rence ports.
(grandeson) - oy md oft Sut seanveg etd nis oe stead of 27th as was advertised in For Reservations — Dial 4730 Dee hembudcns ching
$$$ oall early. R. C. Maffet * co Ltd. aUCTION By I te oe Apply :—DA COSTA & CO. LTD.--CANADIAN SERVICE
= | SBemt le atl aa iis a S. a
B On RENT iehiiehiihesieabbasuiidietontensrecntet: I have been instructed by the Come Hindsbury pene te oe
—— |, REFRIGERATORS—Cubic capacities 5,}missioner of Police to sell at Central Bt eT SER ee en wR eh ere nee NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
HOUSES sand 8 cu. ft. New and second-hand | Station on Monday, the 22nd September, aaa tts » % ’
w rantees. American, Canadian]at 2 p.m. the following items:— oe S/S “ALCOA PURSTAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct.
— ; PLANTATION HOURS. poe oe pete yl heed models (bp Gold Wrist Watch, (1) Cream and
"ABB: SE—St. | Klec jes ervice Ltd. Brown Shirt, (1) Sixt; ion steel AN BADO!
Lucy, ideally situated. Apply: A. G. —20.9.52—3n. | Drum, (i) Silvertown Tyre" (Goodrich) . - onpe —— ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVICE
Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. Ji or U]with Tube, (1) Nickle plated Wrist W F Sh ll \ STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 31th Sept. arrives BARBADOS 21th Sept
N. E Husbands, Crab as a : RECORD CHANGERS— “Garrard” s Watch (Gents) One piece of Flowered In ive 1 ings A rman a ge ‘On. ee BARBADOS son Se.
A. rpeed, ; AS§ sails . ‘ ct.
S2—t peed, two models $60.00 and $70.00 One piece of Blue Spun, (3) Shirts, At which centres EVERTON A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 2id Oct. arrives BARBADOS 8th Nov



OT ian eee eal new. Also, one second-hand “Garrard” | (6) Fowls, A antity of Vaseline, A

FLAT & HOUSE—Fully furnished, &t.|:ingle speed with cabinet, excellent{quantity of Old’ Lead and scrap Metal,

Lawrence on-Sea. Phone 3503. condition. —-20.9.52—3n. Jana several other items of interest.
29.3.52--4.f.n. DARCY A. SCOTT,

meng ISSA pee
“SSIEHACOMEE ON-SEA, igaweell | 11 REFRIGERATOR—New American 7 c¢ Govt. Auctioneer,
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vate ae ee nes y a“. Ghreae. Dial 4616. 17.9. 52—n, on sale at Cole’s Printery and Press

nis! ec, te! OE ete er . a a meat a adn

bedrooms, 2 baths, Parlour and WATER HEATERS—3, 5, oe ~ — Street. Competition

rooms, usual offices, Electric and water) ¢sjion models, Wall-mounting, WANTED k

installed. Phone 8286. matie control. Electric Sales & Closing date THURSDAY Septem-
17.9.52-4.f.0.}1tdq. Phone 437). 20.9,52—3n. ber 25, at Press Club at 4 p.m.







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yards from The Pubiie Market, Silverton, u Small Inland Mul x “SiN TRES ae ae nies, aw Creel emeed
Che: Phone 51) 9. $2—1n , slan ules. Appiy ‘ LADY for our Office. Know I
see armen aed Plone St. Luey oe whens ledge of geneze! office, work necessary. Doone
MANHATTAN—Fiats on sea, Welches, —20.9.52--2n. | Apply by letter only. G. W. Hutchinson Retired -
Christ Church from Oetober 1st, good & Co., Ltd. Box 264 Anni * Peers Vessel From Leaves Due
cea bathing. Pally funnished, all modern MECHANICAL 18,9, 52—4n iversary rvice , 4} Barbados
conveniences. Three bedrooms each. aan aren - = S.S. “COLONIAL” .,. Liverpool 12th Sept. 26th Sept.
ae Fare, Bere MM roel tin. |, BACYCLMS—Sunheam Wayfarer. Excel-} xessrs, Carrington & Sealy have a LOYAL PARADISE REGAINED S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” .. M/brough and .
a condition, At Newsam’ 79: power aney for a Stenographer. Previous LODGE, NO. “16 “ London 17th Sept. 11th; Oct.
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Po rtemerpntttennn tite pe ae renee



THE BURNETT TROPHY presented by Sir Robert Burnett & Co.,,
Ltd. to the Barbados Tornado Association for local competition.

LEAGUE CRICKET NOTES

By SCRIBBLER

In a tense atmosphere, Ranger

and Notre Dame are fighting a
grim. battle for Championship
‘ ; of the City Division

I the Champions, saw the
i passing from them at
the close of the first day’s play
when they were 91 for 7 in reply
to the Notre Dame's total of 141
angers, however, found L.
r and Blackman capable of
rising to the occasion and in a
crisis knock the score was taken
safely past that of their opponents’
and the total when the innings
closed was 191. Barker was 50 not
out and Blackman scored 39.









Notre’ Dame making another
bid to wrest honours from the
Richmond Land team _ replied

with a second innings total of 194
for the loss of 4 wickets. Con-
tributing to this fine total, C.
Daniel scored an undefeated 107
and Cumberbatch 44.

The game, therefore, is at the

very interesting stage of Notre
Dame leading with 152 to their
credit and 6 wickets intact.

Rangers will have to race against
the clock if Notre Dame remain
at the wicket for more than two
hours to-day.

Centuries

Daniel's century is
from the point of view that. it
when Notre Dame most
needed runs and also it was a per-
sonal triumph in that in the first
innings he scored a half century.
This is by no means an easy task
against Rangers, with bowlers
of the calibre of Barker who ap-
peared in trials for the island,
Blackman, Pinder and White.

Another player to join. the
ranks of century makers was the
Police Boys’ Club batsman,
Blanchette, who I understand is
under the watchful eye of the
former West Indian batsman
George Carew. Blanchette scored
113 for the St, James club against
Northern Progressive.

This is the second Boys’ Club
player this season to reach three
figures, Earlier in the season, G.
Sobers of Bay Street, performed
the feat against Chamberlain, It
is not often that two centuries are
scored in a day by B.L.C. cricket-
ers,

These centuries bring the list
to seven, Clarke of Rangers
scored two, Rogers of Radcliffe
one and Mason of Rangers the
other.

noteworthy

came



Heavy Scoring

This century by Blanchette
enabled his club to return the
creditable score of 264. H. Wil-
liams 27 and L. Francis played
supporting Innins. At the draw-
ing of stumps Northern Pro-
gressive had lost five wickets for
39 runs,

Another team to pass the two
hundred mark was Rangers B.
Playing against Advocate they
ran up the formidable score of
284. To this Mason, who missed
his second century of the season
contributed a score of 92. Pinder
was 59 not out, In their turn at
the wicket Advocate scored 110







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J. E. C. BLANCHETTE

for the loss of 5 wickets, Parson
scored 32,

Bay Street Boys

Bay Street Boys gave St. Mat-
thias a bit of leather hunting.
The Boys occupied the wicket
first and returned a score of 197.
Chief scorers were Greenidge 49
Best 43 while Daniel took 5 for
76. St. Matthias accepted gamely
the challenge of the Boys and at
the close of play had scored 60
for the loss of one wicket. Apple-
waithe hit 29 and Daniel is 20 not
out,

In another game of the Carlisle
division Belfield “B"” dismissed
Evergreen for 80 and at the close
of play. were within sight of a
first innings lead with 65 for the
loss of 4 wickets, For Evergreen
Forde scored 31 while for Belfield
K. Davis took 4 wickets for 34
runs and V. Weekes 4 for 10.
Weekes is 22 not out for Belfield

Day Less

Victory was achk-eved by
of the clu in two days of their
three-day fixture. In the Central
Division, Kendal held Belmont to
low scores, Belmont scored 60
and 72, Roach taking #4 for 15 in
the second innings, E. Browne 8
for 21. Kendal replied with 105
and 43 for 3.

St. Augustine enforced the fol-
low on in their game against
Danes. To St. Augustine's first in-
nings score of 241 Danes replied
with 77. J. Bryan took 5 for 18
and Wickham 5 for 20. Following
on Danes could only raise 65
against the St. Augustine pair
Bryan therefore had a match
analysis of 9 for 37 and Wickham
9 for 34

three!









Yorkshire, in the City divi
ion, took full points from Bel-
field. Belfield scored 98 and

Yorkshire replied with 53. At this
point it was Belfield to crack and

they were dismissed for 44 York-
shire achieved victory with a
total of 93 for 6. In the York-

shire’s first innings Skinner took
5 for 6 while L. Blackett scored
29 and Hammond 20 in York-

hire’s second innings, L, Blackett

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Act 2. YOu GUESSED rr-HE's 38°
ASSISTANT PURSER,FOUR DECKS BELOW
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By 0. S.

ONE of my readers com
gocdnatured letter that althou
I devoted most of my
letter for
the same day the letter arriv
yachting trophy which sent
able amount of yachting dats





Perpetual Trophy

The cup, I have been informed :









of the Tests.

It would be natural then, these
yachtsmen claim, for the winnet
of such a Test series to be looked
upon as the Annual Champion
Tornado for

no doubt prove to be a fitting Trinidad in 1951, son, the secretary, is improving petition would
trophy for the winning skipper The next Tornado race takes steadily and surely, while cooler fantastic 25, ten
and crew. place on Sunday at 10,30 a.m weather has brought out an in- njne holes.

Five Test Series
At the moment the Barbados
Tornado Association is staging a
Test series of eight races in order
to select the three best Tornados



= 38 Thunder—Mr. J. M
Bladon, 32 points in 5 races.
T/K 86 Fury—Mr. T. H. H.
Wilkinson, 31 points in 4
T/K 34 Comet—Mr. E
28 points in 4 races,

Best Six in Eight

races

M. Leach,

At the end of this series, a
Tornado skipper is only allowed}
the total points of his six best;



races, In other words if a skipper
has sailed in all eight races he
can drop the two races in which}
he had gained the least points. |
On the other hand if a skigper|
has missed a race or two these}
will automatically be dropped. \

The Burnett Trophy is at present |
the only trophy owned by the{
Barbados Tornado Association and

is to be raced for strictly under!
their auspices
Three Others

There are, however three othe:
trophies for Tornado class yachts
which are as follows:-

1. The Brandram Hendersor

for Yorkshire took 3 wickets for

|
10 and Straughan 3 for 6.
Left Hander

Two left handers were in the!
news on Saturday. In the Maple |
vs. Lanes. match inthe South, |
Bourne took 6 for 16, thus play-
ing a big ‘t in the dismissal of |
Maple for Only batsman to
reach double figures was Pile.
Lanes at the wicket scored 54 for
the loss of four wickets, Left
hander S, Crichlow took 5 for 21
for Invincible against George
Park, Invincible had batted first
to score 72 and the Parkites ex-
periencing some difficulty against
Crichlow’s slows, obtained the
lead by 7 runs,

In the Greens vs.
game Majestic
Greens, rented
Greens, L
2, E. Eleock 3 for 2.

At Boarded Hall Cambr idge and



Majestic
scored 97 and
with 101 For
Brathwaite took 5 for

Shamrock each completed their |
first innings, Cambridge batting
first were all out for 81, Lewis

coring 32 not out. Shamrock re-




pled with 98. K. Wharton con |
tributing 32. For Cambridge Gill}
cok 4 for 33 and for Shamrock

Smith took 5 for 19 and E Clarke |}
+ for 34,

Seores in the Drax Hall-Union |
Globe match were Drax Hall 192
and Union Globe 85.

In the Cyclone vs. Standard
match Cyclone ‘scored 61 and
Standard replied with 87 Denny

took 6 for 11 for Standard, Good-
ridge 3 for 9 and for
Gilkes took 5 for 17

Cyclone K.

















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space to
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‘ornado Associa- Tornadoes
tion by Messrs. Sir Robert Burneti ¢



be of

that year and would skippered by Mr. E. L. G

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





COPPIN:

plained this week in a very
igh I covered other sport yet
cricket. I have filed his

ed I was shown a handsome
me off collecting a consider-
A.

The trophy takes the form of a Paint Trophy presented to the
beautiful Silver Challenge Cup Fcyal Barbados Yacht Club for eq
which has recent been presented annual competition

This was
d for during the 1952 yacnting

ented to the
ib for the

ntercolonia!



Trinidad
winning team in
Tornado races. This

eht Club for the Tornado or
points in an
< es.

This wa

won by Vamoose

ereased
through the past week.
entries
eeived for the



Two Cyclists For

to Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on the 2nd
October.

The local Association are hoping
that it will be possible to send
iown a third cyclist Holborn
Boys are
man cycle and athletic team.











“T's

thrilling

says Jean Kent



by Barbodos tain and
first com- Ny, G,

Mr. Egan
captain for the

Trophy, presented to the Trinidad Previous
should be presented to the winner y will
skipper securing the highest num- balanced judgment and keen en- Lady

Intercolonial thusiasm.

benefitted the
Hoad in Ger the supervision of R. J. Pear-

Vidmer
while Colin

also sending a sixteen- John Rodger.

the way Lux
Toilet Soap active-lather facials
leape skin softer, smoother!”

Preparing For Visit ..

Of T’dad Tornadoes EGAN AND ee |
TO LEAD RO EY |
| HOME

J. O'DOWLD EGAN and Mrs. Richards Vidmer will|
lead the players through the coming season-at the Rockley |
They were elected men’s and
ladies’ captains, respectively, at the annual members meet- |
ing held at the club house on Thursday evening, in each

Golf and Country Club.



Tornade Assoc. Gets Handsome

case the choice being unanimous.

Richards

is a perpetual trophy to be raced : z Wate. Mrs. Vidmer
for annually by “Tornado” clas; “48 won by Barbados in Trinide( through the
yachts in Barbados, It has also ‘ October, 1951 Col. Vidmer
been suggested by some of the Tr 4 Barbados team was as ¢lected captain
leading yachtsmen, that, as Inter- 5 )jows for four years
colonial racing in this class ha Tamoose (Mr. E. L. G.

recently been instituted that ana Mr. Len Hoad) Edril (Mr. another. Mr.
whenever the Barbados Tornado | , C. Perkins and Mr. Jack serving his
Association is holding a Test series jy ) Cyclone (Mr. J. C

in preparation for selecting the 2.4 Mr. P. R. Ince.

best boats and their crews to re- 3 The Alpnonso De Lima member.
present Barbados, that this trophy -

The recent

Sixteen

the week-end.
regained the top of the
men’s ladder, defeating J. Egan,
Bayley moved
third position with a victory over
Bayley immediately
challenged Egan

(J. Arthur Rank Organisation

The new captain then appoint-
Vidmer as vice-cap- 50n's
selected was accepted and the match
afternoon,

challenge
conjunction

together they
Daysh and P. D. McDer- [or
members of the

Mrs. Roy Wilson and Mrs. H. V.
assistants on the has

2 mott as
& Co., Ltd, Distillers and Bottlers season, January to June and was Committee. Mrs.
of Burnett’s White Satin in, won by Vamoose, skippered by
through their local agents, Mcssr Mr. Tony Hoad, King as her
H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. The W. F. Bryden Trophy Be i

Yacht women's section of the Committee.
a has served

was ladies’
1950-51

Hoad golf committee in one capacity or

McDermott will be

second -

Nicholls term as a committeéman, making vette the
r , . r 7 er pos. .

Commander Daysh the only new Tho rather remarkable feats of

Commander

be compensated for by his Daysh’s net 25 for nine holes and

However, his
experience

rains
course,

number of

this
Golf Two
named will be

other
Vidmer played

moved

as vice-
past year while
captain
campaign.

ognition

Benjamin, while

consecutive failed in her

lack of
undoubtedly the past week
Dangan’s
seventh.
Daysh turned in

have greatly under par, on

players Lady Dangan’s
have been re- and
September

On Thursday R.

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r\r.i nr.irr BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'RDW. SI I'TF.UBF.R 2". 1SSJ Tornado Assoc. Gets Handsome Trophy Preparing For Visit COW: Of Tdad Tornadoes EGAN AND MRS. VIDMER TO LEAD ROCKLEY CLUB Hv O. S. i:orri\ kdCTI i ftr.|>l;niii d this wick ill I UMI although I co v iiwd other sport vet :: ive filed His lette. i bul it is a peculiar coincidence tfa %  the letter u\ \ ihown ;• handsome .' troplni which sent DM off collecting u considerable amount uf yachting The liophy lak< fi >ih> presented tfl '.* J. CXDOWIV EGAN and Mrs. Richards Vidmer will, lead the plavei-. Utfougjh 'he coming season at the Rockley (.<>lf and Country Club. They were elected men's and 1.idies captain.-, it spectively. at the annual members meeting held at the club house on Thursday evening, in each case the choice being unanimous The new oasttHl ihcn appointmeet today, while William AtkinSilvcr Challenge I Yacht Club for ed Hirh,nri Virtu in. son's challenge to Rodger al^o rtual eonptUUon by Barbodoi tain ami together the i %  .' %  %  < nd Ue match set bado* Tornado AssoclaTerr.adoes This was first compj. Q Daysh and P D McDer'• th s afternoon. Meean Bli Rot* >U yacntlng myU as member* of the Golf Two other chal'enge *Cr IM I Diatillcr, and Bon ; January |p !" t ~* Cc-mmittOQ. Mr.. Vidmer named will be played in conjunction Whlil Satin 0 U pered „ „. Wll ., in and Mf| „ v Wllh m. Beer Mug. Daysh. who ,: %  .; j -_ King ma her assistants on the baa moved steadily upward i. C, Ltd. 2 The W. F Bryj !" Trophy wormiVs wctloo ^ ^ Committee, through the B Class player,, will Perpetual Troph> £*£ Yi,chJ Mr. Egan has ,erved as vicebe making a bid tor Class A rec'' '" captain for the past yeaV *h5, tJutlOgl when he BWHl ft A. Pe'pSual trophy to ~ !" Z SlSvictaJ^aiTSoiTi 1M1. lor annualU bv Turnad* tl has al: ...ggested by %  • T c m,!,,^ leading yaehtan an, : racing in this daei h.i %  %  Barb KIM In T i Iu.rb.1d05 T A." social Ion Is holding a Test gene* %  'li.-ir crewi to re>i thi through the 1950-51 campaign. *> attempt to displace Raymi Coi Vidmer has twice been Norris. It elected captain of ihe club and Mrs. Smith moved a step upfor four year, has been on the ward OB tlubrtaa laOQOf iurtag Va-non, r .Mr F. I. ... llo-d K"lf committee m n ne capac.ty or the week w.lh a victory ov.i M H Un Hood) Edril (Ml ar.oiher. Mr. McDermott ill be K l""bu < M,f Geoffrey Manning ulive failed in het ihidlenge In Mr; laaelntyrt, the latter retaining Two nther remarkable feats • THE BURNETT TROPHY presented by 8ir Robert Burnett Co., Ltd to tka Barbados Tornado A'OcUUon for local competlUon. LEAGUE CRICKET NOTES ivrkina tind Mr. Jack serving h|s second I M.holL* t'nn as a committeeman. making I Mi (' It i-,,. i onunander Daysh the only new mr position. n. AlBoonaa De Lima "lember. However, his lack .-f Two rath* %  i tod to tht Tl • experience undoubtedly "r pMl TTt £ lub for the Tornado or *'' be 'imipei.Mtcd for by hi* tJuysh's net 25 for nine h. %  ,. ring the highest mimI'nlanced judgment .md keen er.l-dy &*"£** birdie at tho It: would be natural t .. %  „, mVrcolomal ^hus.asm. seventh. With an 18 handicap. yachtsmen claim, f0t the WUMV -h turned in a gro*s 34. on.' of such i % % % %  . i i. Mii'iM i..:.havt .:-. %  ;. ,. ,,,., ,.,,on Monday, all h upon as the Annual vai won by Vamoose lM '''' '' Hiraw, wblon, ""round by H* ] '"' me K i.e. Hoi, i in "'er the supervision of H. J Pw performanca In i h a n#ftp coming lad In 1951. "i. Ua %  aeratan mprortns petition would hava givoii him winning kmper Tho naxt Tbi %  d sutry. WD ntaatlr IS, Ian under par for FOR YOUR HOME MltS. HOI Sf will: SKI. THESE IN OIK HOME PKOIHTTS DEPT. MI1.K liovim tf. tic. .ich l.\IM>RV LIST Uc. • lie. nth TEA CO/IES ,4.M rafh I IM s STRIPS Jfi.M THAT (LOTUS !1.. MM. 7$0. KITCHEN TOWELS Sl.M. SI n. ft.. 7Sr. I( E MO* MALETS SI.U r.rh MENO I'ADS $ 1.44 • CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET By S( KinilL! K %  ire Hunting a ; lonship (he City Division. rs the Champions, >.m the %  %  t day's play Ihe] rare 01 I DaifaVl tola, of Ul Rangara, however, found L i i and Blackman capable of % %  %  Ion and in a %  .>n> was taken past that of their opp when the %  i Ulackman ncored 39 Noire Dame making anothi bid to wre at honours from the Richmond l^tmi team replied v Ith a second innings total of 104 for the hrts of 4 wickets ConIribuUai lo U Mi i total, C. I'liiel scon'd an undefeated 107 and i vnberbatch 44 The game, therefore, u et tin \. • kg of Notre D.ime loading with 152 to their credit and 8 wickets intact. Rangers will have to race against the ,-lock il Notre Damo remain %  l th' Wtelaat [or more t.'ian two in HI to-day. pi riva T-vi Btriea At the moment the Burti Assoelal .ng a i ertea of c-ghi n : epn %  Bar, big Inter" colo I ^' %  !.' lot during %  this reai So I i' live races have been yesterda. preparation for the visit woman i %  nd the poaWon of th> lolkn Sunday at 1030 I'uo (Relist* For \l! Slurs Cluii Metf weather has brought out an inninP holes. Teased iiiinibii of ptajn rj birdie at thI'uough the pa^t weak wvog rta noli n w. %  Si\t.-.-n entries have been re„nd was remurkabkbfCaUM the eivod for the September Beer put her tee shot in the pond 1mMug competition, which will take n , ltlW vm| isv recognizing the %  lice today, but the new officers fad that with the i arore card; It dropped dead "" Athletic Association disclosed reached two yean: ago when the |ni IIM n when her pitch hit II Joye* MarshaM ygrfoitl eventattracted betwee i (n ,,,,, „< the head. th.ii %  John Skmnei. ihlity and forty players. dbAanca ace VMII visit Tnnklad to take part In the twoThere has i T K III Vamoose—Mr. F L <• %  • i meeting sponsored by the All 'ctlon on botJi the men's anl I .lie Club on the 4th and ladtea' ehtuTaneji ladders during | BOW month. me past week, and ievpr.ii | itches have been arranged for to rrimdad bv HW I.A on ihe B _,. nd On Thursday |l October, cVAMV/V MUX Of sptfv CANCSLLKD I0 poinlo in 5 race?. T/K M Edril Mr. I. O. 12 points in B T K 3R Thunder Mr J 32 points In 9 T K 16 i\ii Mi il W-lkir I H The loi 'i Aaaoi laUi i J. K. ( RI.ANC HIITTK CVnttirieo i KMC %  %  Be^l Six in Kiylit At the end n( ihli ktppai is onl) the total points of nil has sailed in all eight m I I i loi the h".-of 5 wicki-l I'.HMI ' in which %  cored 19 !l1 y;" 1 "' 1 ""' leoal potnbi %  aw -rrei BAM n ,hl other hand lf *klaper nay reel Hoys UhMl Bon gav< Ll1 automalleally IKdropped. a* li thei hunting. Th '' "rin-n Trophv is at present TheBom mtipfed Ihe wlckeft "*• 0B *J trophy owned by the | \ i lation and %  ore Oraenldga 48 %  '" b* ntcod (-n rtrictly unde< i noteworth) ,„-. 4 | „.,,,,. |, :inM .| ,,„, k :> f( „ u., „ %  nspicos *iU of view that it j t Sl M lMh ,„, ;„,,.,,,,.,, „.,,„,.], T ,, r oihers .mnM Rannn. wllh bowltll ,„ aaolhtr JHM 0f It* Carhsl.i rkn who .p. ^ ; '" <*" %  ' ..ml .,1 ll„. rl.,w '"' Vorkahinuk 3 „ • Blarkman. I'liulir and W.hilo. ,, ,„ ,, „,. „ |1|U11 „.,„ „ f „ 1 and Slrauihmi 3 for . player in join IM „ |nnln(i lead • %  1.,'fi II %  -..( u*m foi K | „ I .. |„ ,h.. '' I %  %  •d 31 whihl..r 11.1' BMuMay, In :h. M i i lo, who I undemand ,. ,, ,,., v „ „„ k , : u , „„ „,,.,„ ,„ h .. s iii '. li S !" L ""u-'V ",' '•-"',",' ,h : %  % %  ind V w.,-k,. %  in* look 6 for la. thw nlurormn w.-i Ml. bW ;l Uf i. bi| paM in U di-., rod y ...'"..V.,^'i' 11 "-' 1 D>rUM %  ""'>'• %  %  >, wa. Pita ,. !" t .. •'' "• ..i.k.l KoraH 54 for J*" ">"V; Club Vletorj war. %  > I ,„„,. wlckaSL liS pluyer thla eeaaon lo rrach Ihroo of 1h.„'.. J.,....*..-.. HUNK H \HM-11.oV. 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r PAGF. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SKPTKMBF.B 2. 1*52 CLASSIFIED ADS. TT r^tcmt U9% DIM) %  is:.;. John JrlUne. r Ida ore Haythia Court. %  ij B ... lo-day taw %  %  H MtM Be %  • CVcnjfid tor We Weelhu rr*MM MM tH la annul Alee W:cWt -wife. Mr. Kile* VMiflin. Mr. U. Cr-rull—. am I'-tliWalcMI tdaiia^lonW IN MFMORIAM I on UfM I Kiln*! memae, m Mothe* and Ward A*Mi' MrN*ol who fel ihe **h SepUmbeT It*.? .rruofM !.'•. and IMc *• part ,.e finovi-T Hi naw fcaaf .Edna Edward* daolhlen AfaWa ward* . ahoe* beorbers all round Can be iui),li.d % %  MI %  lock ruHT KD1AI. OAJIACr I '! i.. IM njr SALES itKAL MTA1B %  Balnt PhLip % %  1 food and B PtlCtd %  %  tr*. dtiuns and Ivlng romni a* %  •*.. TKo aba** wUl M HI NOTICE in i hi s ..I*N oi n.iinihiti ol a prophet, priori, and '.Irf. ai a wttMM, a leader, and c.i,i id The VUion *i be a*T|unr* ai.d plained MA I lloU> al 140' H. : Joooph. on iho KHh 0.^ of *Vp:nb>' •Tp p %  To UM wofW II t W—•! I HI IP*~HAmiII n M '.'• AS*tA>CI MM 1*1 LUIt HlHIT •swAi.n i ha> bren loM. ai.d v.i.| mad* uoiJw-aiiwn lu Hie Dbortora air nt a duplicate ol Uio wn> • luieotr dvcn tnal unla-a %  I aol lor wIU be loaned. B Ofd*#. K UKUWSL. bimoti spoke on 'Soil Pout*.", SoU Nllrocen, Miiggas*.Application M Manure, and Filler Pmi Mud u rert.li.ser. Mr. KDOWIM spoke on thre* new %  yittmt. Ploughing and Cane Hoi Planters Seek Govt. O.K. On Marketing GOVERNMENT NOTICE The Secretary it State for the Colonies haa advised this Govemntttd number of SEATS 'U M tke (toronalian Rouir from pace 5 • Sighting, and R-loon Tillage. tl | A „ iUli BV aiUblt to persons normally rasksnt in Barbadwt 1 ,* ,od c ^* *Ww*ion. the BarbtuL^ end !" iV^^hni h, ~ •* tS.lt.t. fw a an^rrd seal and £J.1M f mm ucoTe.l <;o. Workers' Union, i-nd irve ComRobblmon menUontd that tJ mlstloner of Police, the Fire Offl-|would toon be leaving the island teal. good and thanked members IVrsorui who wuh to avail themselves of thia opportunity ahoul.1 and the Acting Labour Commia-: of the Society for being allowed | f rd h lt „ ainet m writing to the Colonial Secretary's Office •loner. Mr W H. Knowlea and Mr. 11. HoObinaon two Dal • •he UIT of the DeparUiienl ol Agricuitine, gave a resume of the • xi*rime nlal work the Department had been doing since the last K %  netting of the Society. Mr. Kob-1 h it he wanted to thank U the lo oddrcta them on certain AgTi. l^ubjects stvarlou. Wne.^ mcro U..n two tickets hi. kola will not be transferable. Mi King said that all members ( the society might nol hove i jticed that lt hnd been publishi"i that prices ol certain ground piovUiona had been increased. dl be allocated to each applicant, an-i It let Is, members who had given so much lime in forwarding to Government the reasons on account of which Ouire was a necessity for increased prices. The new prices are prices they submitted. SHIPPING NOTICES .---,•,---.'.'..>---.'.-.'.' Hurricane l'rrautiim HIM NO. 20 After a -hurricane—Help the Relief Organisation by clearing minor debris from off th.road ways in front -MOXSXA" will i 0 and Pdaacnsara Antigua. MontsoTUl. KIIU taiur %  r'>$. ; Tho rrccpt Car i Dontimca. AnUfua. Nrvli and "l Kitt*. i acaooNka i AaaOCIATIOM I ConatfB'i ?%GOas StoamA/up gk §nc. ia.llMeoli'al talU %  •Mil \MI.. Itarbacx -Mr, Aiu%  i % % %  Avi.il IStk liad—tior ittlx Srp'-u.l'i loth Snplaanbe* SMIi f aai l aanaot .Uln Hept.-w.lM-r Stlli Heptamb, l'.:n •>. tvbn loin Oct^lMir loth OdUtMr tStn October ibnr HIM fer SL Lswrnnna Rlvoe poru. OO. LTD—CAN AIM AN 3ERYICE 5g?^ i % %  %  O' 2ND ANNIVERSARY DANCE V Hie asanafonionl ol lltr OrT-TOOtTtirB III a SATVr.OAY. Ocirbrr *. itM lh* CH1UMIEN t OOODWII 1. LXAOUK iCnmlilulldn Itoodli %  i b* Mr Kcrlb Campbell o-d hM fctciel. •• M'tUCBIPriOM >/• ID c.u|>W Wh llJBll H Snirl He* thirl 'CalailJmn Show Whitehall. St. Peter In aid of 81. Peter's •Daily Meal" aily from 12 o'clock (noon) to 6 p.m. From Saturday. ft*Pt fih lo October 20th Inclusive ENTRANCE 1/Callin^ all ownert ol . MO'lOli VEHICLES Our Modern and Up To Hate Gas and Servko Stulion if. ncarinR com plelion IMUI will be opened In Octuswr. NSW Is Ihc opportunity for you I'llUinM SHARES and profit on every gal Ion of gas you use. Our company paid dividends from the first year ol business. Don't mist this opportunity to . INVEST YOUK SAVINGS • in a profitable concern. Buy at least 25 one-de l inshares to-day. • SELF-HELP ENTERPRISES LTD.. Tweedside Road. SI. Michael. ritAITOH TYRES (ioodyeor 14.0O-: %  * v -JO a • 00 It (tor MASSKYVRRISi 10 a tS and 4 SO I, .(or 'VMUSONi Seeuro your rru.nrrmenti ...w %  coinrrrsY GAMAQE DUI *sie is • u %  Wllt.lOi ll> Ii'!r... ..,.,! I <• %  I" I K II Hunt r as oave a %  fe s ta %  rt** %  D-doa To ltd IS s M—an %  .-...-Avilf SUllntwy • OH IMMIKS 10 DAYS Nf.nS flASU Arrival, lo Dial :i9S Day •5-277 Nlht 2939 „ Molar Cars on Hire Day Nighl JOHNSONS STATIONERY GIBBONS STAMP CATALOGUE 1953 DIARIES FOR 1IM ANNUALS FOB IMS TAILORS' CRAYONS FULLER BRUSHES |B| Rr.ived I...i.i.iii. Brushr*. W..111! I........-B%br Bolllf llru.hr.. Milk It ... I Brumhrs. Wrl and D | Mop.. Floor Scrub., Floor j| II r ll s ll r ... Household Brill, ramllarr rolUk J rU„ eic. All InlrroMrd olFWr cll|j rarlr. Stock, aro uull II. I'. CHIXSMAN a CO., LTII. Dial lilt Mladic siroM. Eleetricily Supply. U7B BBC lo notify our Consumer* thai a TV XOTAL SHUTDOWN of the S4ippl> trB lw iuci'*.sni v helween II Nnwn antl :t p.m. o> SUNDAY, HIST SKl'l lMIH.lt. to sjMblC sjsjgdjgasJrgl allerntions to be carried mil M %  in HII lli;:h Ti'iisitui Swiirbboard. Further work will IKnecetsary on stib\cqucnl Sunduys ;md Consumers will be di:l> notified. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. SMITH. Gatvrral Manager. mil l Aft-ata : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. 'Pbonc 4703 vw/iv.v/.y.vcyAv.'.v.'.v//.v,Vc-.v.v//.v.v//.; IMPORTANT TO PLANTEHS ,.0-*^CS. ,e' o' ua**!^a\ We have pleasure in advising that we have received from U.K. AN ALUSTEEL CANE CART FITTED WITH PNEUMATIC TYRES & BRAKES This is designed especially lo meet local conditions and the construction i> heavily reinforced where necessary to cope with extreme conditions. V. c shall be very pleased to demonstrsie thia to you at our premises or anywhere at your %  once. Your enquiries will receive our asaal pram pi attention. BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS COURTESY GARAGE Robert Thorn Limited White Park Road Dial: tfilli l.OWF.K I1KOAD ST. PHONE 4385 '6>',40fc*.'.VM.VM.VWe*e


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SATTRDAV. SrTTT.MBF.R in. 195! BARBADOS APVOCATF I'MI .1 VI S HENRY FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MAN US RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND %  %  %  %  %  %  T **£ %  RON -IT •* A .T-a^V / ASO.fr TMgRE AA& Mi PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES "Cussed things, hens "I thought I had taken every precaution — yet they still get worms!' "Then there was one precaution you didn't lake If you'J doted \>n with 'Phcnovis' once a month they would hare been in full production now' 'Phenoyis' controls worms in pc Jtry OUTA1NAIIU PROM AS llRVniS A MNI ,ll\ >i>s, 111). A (itinluLt ot Imp^ml Mi I iMbridh .'• i %  i Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure r jrou ha i ,i|..i HIM Uni i m *r..i ba-k <•! I. .hurtn—a.ilhrrat I't (mm 01 I ndlft<-n*M, worr> %  -i f.r r*M r IM.UI.Iii i**"' i>. inch m.-i pt.udN %  %  irwatrrtvtat dlatair Ih.t au*a *1 d*atha tt.n rancor, Vi'u in* -,i,i..|i a a., i MIM Muant MM*M* I "" *""*• *>1—"• >a •utTrr tr.-m an, f 11 llrart Troubla or a paraiftl %  ml .'i >Ii :'" i .i • • %  • %  a*l i ..n
(rotm*rlY linoarra. Ilriu>>. a i i ven rxturaa Idth II'..%  I %  <.. u ..r. „d n.ra ou frel -< %  <• a l'-r *•• "-I Na.ia ,h-mit io-mr It U trwu %  trull orT^on.y UU M 'Hum ot vnpty pa.hafa. ;,;; i— HERE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES I'Minlly Now CAMPBELLS ASSORTED SOU'S S ID S .12 MACARONI ttoxr43 I" BAKED BEANS Tin.12 III QUAKER OATS BMCM 3 .SH KKIDAI. KING SI'OAR 41 ..'IK CARIB BEER .21 .2" 1*1-HT* TUT III v\s Tin. I MtlliU^ lln. I I Illl HKOHtA UIII1IJ \, U I IMIIM Im. inn *,i i SPBOI iI M.HRV IIIIAKTS cut Whnlr-M-.r 15-./ RED ISI.ANS p*r II. UIIITH IIKANH prt lit .]• .71 .11 4 .11 .1* M .40 .ra .14 .IJ D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street A BOTTLE GOES BOTTLER'S (B'DOS) LTD. HE) D0 YOU RIDE TRIUMPH. AMBASSADOR OR SILVER KII1G ? ThiB slilpoent of Ambassadors In sold out at sight but you oould book now for next shipment. The rioatlng-rlds Silver King blkas ars here, on terms I • A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. *l SOLE AGENTS INTERNATIONAL HADING CORPORATION IIVITM) Telephone 5009 Sbr knew ti hr ha.I fMonlv (in h' She had IUII MHHHi lUndboi Shainpoo Now btf hair would alwiri h* radiant. HNM wu) kncl In apitt of the uir>, the taltbrrnc at lb* nvwtuoa. Ilt rtw halt bcul hai iircn bat iMt tuhtlr aMuiinta — Ilandboi lui Bivn bci that new haii brauty bandbox sfuuMpoM Craarn d i ban tW j raOaar tbf Have you seen it vet? HAIR \ i. ii COSMETIC ,1— in limit MfVfaWtr %  ulniir luiuN .aatlwn. i othn iVtrl. ptV .. tntfamti Mraeh.dir I. Ilt.t |lifl.%hT. I.. .1.1. ,mi J ^.:.,intrl.t. -.,,. ... BrU4lk|| ... r.n.1 m a JW, ll %  V ilinnur .b.,U.. HA1H ItV llll M\Mli-> '"I IIANUBOX SHAMl'OO J. L. Linlon. Hifh Strict. E. C. OID, Olympla Pharmacy. Empiif PhonriB