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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY



Meeting, Legislative Council

Meeting of H . f A
p.m

B.c. Piir Mod N Sc
Pom.

Mobile Cinema, Checker Hall, St. Lucy

7.30 p.m



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

And the Good that I can do.

ESTABLISHED 1895



C’wealth Officials Prepare

For Premiers’ Conference

Treasury Helps
With Figures

(By HAROLD GUARD)
LONDON, Sept. 22.
OFFICIALS from all Commonwealth Countries

met
here on Monday for a conference expected to last

one

month in preparation for the Commonwealth Prime Min- |

isters’ Conference Which will-open in the last week
November.

Throughout the past two months the British Treasury,
and other departments have been studying main economie
questions concerning the sterling area and the results of

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PHarbadro













Too Cold!

NICE, FRANCE, Sept. 21.

Prime Minister Churchill
went down to the sea with a
thermometer today, tested the
water but found it too cold to
bathe. He drove down to the
beach from Lord Beaver-
brook’s Cap d’Ail villa—c.P.

| Lewis Wins
| Concessions

| WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.











| Nationalists



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,

Prepare To |
| evade China

TAIPEH, Formosa, Sépt. 22
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek’s
son told the Nationalist guerillas >
on the mainiand of China on}
Monday that preparations for @
§ Nationalist invasion of China
irea is “almost completed”. A
nessage from Lieutenant General

rillas to- hold on to their present
bases, develop their forces, and be ;*
preparéd to join the invading Na-|

Chiang Chingkuo asked the coord |





















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- Churchill
Coneceives

New Plan

LONDON, Sept. 22.
new British defence plan
for switching greater emphasis to
new weapons, particularly jet
jbombers and guided missiles, will
be submitted to the NATO For-
eign Ministers’ meeting in mid-
; December, authoritative quarters
said on Monday. The new plan
conceived by Prime Minister Win-
ston Churchill aims both at
“keeping up with the times” mili-
tarily and at the same time’ re-
ducing the conventional réarma-
jment programme which, it has
become apprrent, Britain . cannet
upport These quarters said
INo, 10 Downing Street had not
commented on the Paris reports.
‘The Churchill plan” had been
submitted to Washington, How-~
appeared logical that there

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ever it
ane ‘ ~ ,|tienalists in the battle f a na-| | ’ rics
decisions taken by Commonwealth Finance Ministers, to! John L. Lewis won sweeping| Honalists in the battle for would be Anglo-American ex-
compile statistics for the e t conf jconcessions from northern soft} {onal recovery, “Chiang did not sicstaies nn . - The Hon'ble Sir Allan Col {| °h"8es before the proposal is put
Pp SE Sy eee Corer ee ene, |coal operators on Saturday in a}! ticate es wag ee, ae oe P ito the December meeting of min-
The task before officials now jnew contract staving off a strike! ¥* "0" wou ee eee eee ’ 4 lymore, President of the Bar isters in Paris
: L ‘ itlen w sholl re-| - P
will be to co-ordinate the material Indi { Ss. {due on Monday. - eta. f stevenson enounces badés Oricket Anesociation, —U.P.
which has been accumulated and lan, | The agreement calls for a daily The official Central Daily News “ “ 7 . " z ” cutting the ribbon yesterday
to reach some tentative conclusion pay boost of one dollar and 90) ;,, sffect asked the United States
about the fundamental nature of Pea Id cents and a ten cents a ton in-|;,, permit a Nationalist invasion ‘N }] to open the new pavilion of rest
problems to be tackled by the ce eas lerease in the royalty the mine-|., the mainland, An editorial said t tl] | the Carlton Cricket club. At
Prime Ministers. The Financial j owners pay into the welfare] tp at 4 Nationalist attack on China a ae ar ey aw j extreme left is Mr. BE. K. Wal e
Times said the whole thing has Can ( id fund. would be the swiftest way to end 3
preein planned as a K large se = oinci € hee opesent Galy pay - Nee the Korean war. It also claimed NEW YORK, Sept. 22 oa ty ee ee
strategic exercise with five months jdollars anc 5 cents and th®/thot it would be better to permit SOUER N ent SONY nal Hirai ee the Club 5 . ~
of Ablid -woek by lower echelons WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. {royalty is 30 cents a ton N tlonalist troope to fight ne hie GOVERNOR ADLAI ST EVENSON alled the Vaft eream ri ; eg a
behind it and with a “Churchil-| Truman told a group of Indian Lewis, President of the United/re her than send them to Korea. | Harley Law today a “tire with 23 punctures and five Get 4 Eisler, « Pynced n Mon-
lian touch clearly in evidence,” ;movie celebrities on Monday | Mine Workers’ Union is expected —wp,' blowouts”. He sald that it needs “junking and not ala ° “egg a Press Gaaperence the :
; . Dg . e ¢ os an y at a ar-
Almost every subject concern-|that the ideas for peace o2f jto ask the same terms from th ecap with the reclaimed Republican rubber The Demo- St. Kitts Rea rest of a West. Bétin journalist on
ea with the economy of the Com-jboth the United States and India!rest of the industry.—C.-P. ‘vey | ratie Presidential nominee also submitted a five point the East«West German zonal bor-
monwealth countries will be dis-]"¢an easily coincide.’ Truman | i — ‘ . ons ‘ ‘ _ ° h we
cussed by the conference which}|Made a brief talk to the foreign Tonnage Of \ lan for strengthening the Department of Labour, a ‘or ections Wismeel cacvettdaas te
is being held in the Treasury|Movie delegation in the White R B More’ aS j yrogramme similar to the agriculture extension service Stuttgarts, a South German. radio
building. These include import and |House ie garden. “I know togey ussia uying British Tramp j to help train the men who make democracy work in the From Our Own Correspondent station, was arrested by the Peo-
export problems, internal and ex-;4re working for peace and unions and around the bargaini é ’ ‘3 2 ‘
| 1 S 3 é é ng table asd ee ee pk »Olice in June as } was
ternal expenditure, longterm pur-|Shall continue to work for that | Rubber From U. K. Shi, in Dro in. 8 BN . ST. KIYTS, Sept. 22 Sravalitedl tein Berlin i Weat
chasing plans, development policy, |objective.” Truman meant) LONDON, Sept. 22 i? Pp IS PP & (he propusals were made in a rt + . i Fr 2 S a ner eh ee Germany
the general agreement on tariffs,}Whether he is in office no not, | aA AEs: SEP. £6 : DON. Se 29 ech prepared for delivery be-| ke rTiqay, september wee Se Kluge appeared early in June
and trade, imperial preference and|@%d added: “Our ideas can easily | Russia is stepping up her ot t eae ae Son "tend fore the Aosbridan “Feder ition of Zur. x Studies Tn ey for members to thet ne wy ae emumed in Eastern
the International Monetary Fund. |coincide”, ber purchases in Britain and he: She SOnee., Se 00 000 t as Labour, The AFL is expected D Pla aimee Covel, Bt. TMS hand However, Eisler’s announce=
When a gerieral Commonwealth| He and the Indian had ajtrade agents are again ered ai Fs ween ar of 19am hand Sitiweach a ceca efence ns V oe rere ee ero ment the ‘first official con
: 4 Yiclal figures scloser}, s) 1¢e > wal e ve ssp iny « im mombers, Nevis with two districts ere PY
policy has been formulated, thejhearty laugh when a__ photo- ‘heavily, — a Far "land the teamd: hows oe sign of t > first endorsement of a Presi WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 two members and Anguilla as af!!2@Uon of Kluge'’s arrest, Eisler
next step will take the form of|grapher’s flash bulb explodéd a ,0n Monday. a boing arrested, according to thé «: tial candidate by the con-} on a re ae district, with member hinted that Kluge would be tried
consultations with the United few feet away from them The latest Board of Trade re nual report just issued of the \«ntion in its 70-year history eee .embaspation Feridun) He Ne Von eee as a spy. Me said that the jour-
States which will include possi-{“There must be Communist in|jturns showed that the Sovie c ce Be Shida hunt Mave Of ane ye: jerkin, said on Monda that the Che Workers’ League is contest-[ni list had been taken into “in-
bilities of investment of American|the crowd,” the President said, |bought last month 4,349 tons com- cers’ Fegleration, The report, the tevenson said that he could|Umited States, France, and Tu i six seats in St. Kitts, one in] vestizative custody.”
capital in’ Commonwealth coun-|Schadul Shah, producer-director,}P*red with only 50 tons in the - oo pessimistic for many years, ™ determine from the speech|S¢y are studying British pro-| Nevis and giving support to the] | —UP
tries. This would be linked up|invited* Truman to visit India e months last year. In July gaid that British merchant ves Eisenhower would do in|Pesals for Mid-Kustern Defence] present members representing
with plans for strengthening the|some time and presented him |the Soviet bought 12,063 tons com= Coy en. boing Ja > to an exmet of a national emergency |#!rangements, Erkin saw Secre-] Nevis and Anguilla. 4 ;

I : + ¥ 56 t : the is were being laid ur ar ' the . Ss . .
economy of the free world, which|Wwith a carved ivory figure of the ;Pared with only 10,756 tons in the jont whieh resembled the grim * rike, “If that was his purpose,’|‘4ry of State Dean Acheson for Gordon and Lloyd are the can-| Swe sh Socialists
Prime Minister Winston Churchill| late Mahatma Gandhi, seme month of 1951. UP days of the 1930's when Britain’. said, “he succeeded.” Steven-|39 minutes and said that a por-] didotes ior the manic of St. R
has already intimated he wants No Def te —U.P. pron: re s at its , raised labour for its stand|tion of the proposed defence pact] George which includes Basseterre; »

o Definite Promise nerohant fleet was at its lowest praised labour r $ a : . ae eturn oO ¢r
to discuss in Washington after Truman told Sh : “bk ‘Mounting costs of buil ylaeainst Communism You have|Was discussed briefly, “Some-|Cptain Wigley and James Clax-
, 3 ah that he ) Mounting co o yuGing te nm t 1a 5d ia ia ; :
the U.S, Presidential elections. would like to visit India one Ri é S . have deterred all but a few ow n- | tiBked it to fragile in your own |tuing has to be done as soon as}to ve Ne nde pe! are oposed be STOCKHOLM, Sept. 22
wane time but could not make a defi- werer a, ; POE cer cus Seer .cbece iewner 20d rot Neve gous: etter eieeee 1 a es semerveres + he Trades mg peddle ———- : M . vessels w ficie , ‘ , » said that all four powers are NO AFAGCH ANC Lil ' Vy : : 7 .
nite promise to do so. He ha sae ent vessels with efficient new|#he noots from which it grow He said ‘C » De ist Agrarian coalition government
Ir 1 said that when he retires from British Trawler nnage. |Nle said that he hoped that more |¢etermined to move ahead as tn inion at St Deter ones Chiiet retaine ‘a control of Sweden's Par-
an ’s Rep y Ready the Presidency he wants to visit LONDON, Sept, 21 + creat Reudide or es British lwbour ones wala ped in papi ak, ope, Pat, caene Church; Independent Ieen Whar-| liamentary House, but opposition
ar = . DON, § i. j owes age Ad. nation's diplomatic post. ' ritis: ‘oreign piste: a 70 Tien ‘orees: vats + >
TEHERAN, Lrarmsept: 22° parts of the world he pe never A British fishing company issued}register. nas dropped from 84068 " ee : , i UP Anthony Eden's nbaence from 4 Mand seteat she Cotton F he mak a seats from _ the
, ; , - . seen. » =e roryv r any are > " ‘ =e or s Pposec de ra -
The - National Oil Commission pena = Teak he Thdiang a report ae vee i one tg hed pe ~ ae in London has temporarily delayed ahinw bec ter) ot ins Union ae The Communists also got a set-
. ae . € , ans its trawlers was seize y aj 1950, ithout an adequate nur ' 4 aw, . or ‘ he ' eaten’ pati
completed the technical aspects of/said that they hoped it would fudsian gunbost We 1 oe ab. elticledt: whocben shipe, the C hi ed nrgotiitions. | Erkin said that he! parishes of St. Jobn and St. Paull back in yesterday's Parliamentary
Iran’s reply to the recent Anglo-] pring peace he tintted Gtateal wee Y a sis hihion Serervitntcal ot in sults” emai ate urjfew impos itso discussed “some aspects” of} © pisterre; Ronald Solomon, Es-| elections, losing three of their
; & I to the United States The Loyal Steam Fishing Com-| report said, Britair »sitior i
American proposals to settle the) ine kind of peace for which I - eG trates said it received 1 7 ding : m aritime “eaaied * ist United States economic aid to} tate overseer and Independent, is] eight seats,
: Gales ' ; : i | a V f sany of G sby sé x é “al t > nation us : - ? rg ; oats ee The a ary . .
= Gat tie Geare oF nike ee Gandhi worked. a radio message from the trawler! begin to suffer and her wartime In Lebanon | etabor oo eee \ Bas pond to et I : a oF F. va ee arene oe ee wrens eg
se arliame he ~ ‘ : > ;, t ate » latte . cr . lion at § nne’s, San - _
z t 7 Chandulai Shah, President of | saving that another trawler, the] potential to deteriorate.” ae ton , 4 seats i als 2
on’ Monday. The Commission's|the qn Motion Picture Pro-|369 Equerry was seen steaming | —U.P BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept, 22 —UP. | point; F. Somersall, Independent, nm . B...:. eggs ge & — =
formula will be submitted to coealtr , = ” F Boas ; Se : , “_ is opposed by ¢ A. Southwell,}| £onservatives ¢ seats, and the
Premier Mossadegh for inclusi Mowe eteCciation, in an inter-|sast in the compeny of a gus-| Set a Coa “ittie 2 101 af ¥ "Preside nt of the Union Communists 5.—-C.P. ore
Pr HOPAGS - 1uSION! view after the ‘meeting said:| boat. Where this yoecurred was . posed a curfew on this little nation _ : hai ( psicde! ah
a a nae on ah —_ “The popular conception of the} not announced—C : Paratroopers for Tuesday when its faction rid- Danes Order Soviet i Polling is on October Much
rh propossis. re note will bel United States is a nation of big ! ien parliament meets to elect a, gage rp . } " eing shov ry
delivered on Tuesday. It \ ex«1., a ee : : , sie > de . yer Shi lo Lift Anehor general public in the forthcoming €
’ *“lwide and Ff sions uccessor to the deposed President | 2 *
pected to contain counter propos-|tret there ic age jfimensions and) 17 S. Newsprint Cost Forced To Jump _ 3080" 10 the deposed President | TMP election 3-Way Trade Pact
als, the general context of which}enn ambiti i ich \ ll de é j COPENHAGEN, Sept. 22 1s
? : : , an ambition, but we realize that ier . ‘ hich will ban all demonstrations SVAREMNA EGS, | KOs ee d M.
both the Americans and the British Americans have a big heart too Raised B $7 RENFREW, Scotland, Sept. 21 ind public gatherings, will extend| A radar-equipped Russian ship LAUGH PLEASE! Signe In oscow
have already indicated is not|/we are thankful for the cordial y British paratroops returning 9,4 02.00 G.M.T. until 13,00)was ordered out of Danish ter- CHERBOURG, Sept. 22 ‘
acceptable f ; . a > 36 22 from an operation in Western — 7, an eg vent |ritorial rater: -day a fe a ay Sept. 26 HELSINKI, Sept. 22
i and friendly welcome we receiv- NEW YORK, Sept. 22 Jermany had to bale out over an’ G-M.T. It was imposed to prevent/ritorial waters to-day a feW) Charie Chaplin began one sen- Finland, Russia and Communist
on! : , . Saw si ane s : 4 « . : . iho ‘ ’ » States : a , SS\a :
U.P jed here. India is and always will Che Great Northern Paper ae airfield tonight when their plane “ recurrence of Sut day's outbreaks | 0 u é before United ane tence during his Press Conference] China signed a three-way Trade
be a friend of the United States. pany announced on Monday that 9 was unable to lower its landing,/® Tripoli whi re rmed richers |nearinea = seine’, to irt on Monday: “You must remember] Pact in Moscow under which Fin-
MOVIE FANS RIOT There is no doubt about that.|¢7 per ton increase in the price weat. The 35 landed without called for the election of the op- 7 : ~ anc cons Fane uvres I’m 65 years old.’ Then he banged] Jond will deliver goods to China
; With all the resources and tech-{of newsprint will be effective OM) serious mishap. {position leader Hameed Frangiy-|*he landing of 1,500 marines the table and corrected himself: | worth about $8,000,000 and receive
ROSARIO, Argentina, Sept 22 a. @ t} 5 | ‘ks the cl f the amat
Movie fans here did not like the|"i¢al knowledge that the United | October 1.—the biggest price boos The plane afterwards circled, yeh, one of the leading candidates |!marks the climax of the dramatic }ng, pm not, Pm 63.” produets from the Soviet Union.
numerous cuts made in a film and|States has, if India could con-|in domestic newsprint since Juné.| ro» 99 minutes before the gear) for the Presidential post |Operation Mainbrace manoeu- U.P. —C.P.
staged a riot before the doors of|tribute something of the spir-|In advising its customers of the] crorteq working.—O.P. | U.p. jvres of the North Atlantic Treaty
ye é One |itual, that combination might jincrease the Great Northern Paper ‘Organization naval force,
= ee Pere ‘ a ‘giv i 2A t ‘ompany said that its new price for = The Russi ship 68,000-toa
passer-by was shot to death and give everlasting peace to the |Company saic I an I :
several others injured.—C.P. world.” —U.P. New York deliveries would be /Korporato dropped anchor off
$123 per ton with the usual scaling Skaw at the north tip of Jutland

Arundell Broadcasts Appeal

(From Our Own Correspondent strikes as evidenced by ‘“‘Grenada’s

GRENADA, Sept, 22 moment of madness last year”
Against the background of the}which was not only costly in
recent scattered strikes and per-}|money but has also plagued

sisting rumours of a general agri-| agriculture to this day due to the

cultural strike and despite no] loss of confidence in each other
officiag presentation of worker] by both sides of industry.

demands, Governor Arundell yes- He coneluded that the ‘word
terday afternoon broadcast an} strike in Trade Union context did
“appeal to both sides of industry} not mean a blow or a sit down
to pull together for their own|and as a free country, govern-
00d and the good of Grenada.”| ment could net prevent people

He outlined all processes of
negotiation open in the event of
disputes from conciliatory inter-| maintenance of law arid order as
vention by the Labour Department] welj as protection of peaceable
to arbitration tribunals and urged | persons against fear or attack was
recourse to these because of the} always the first duty of the gov-
generally damaging effect of! ernment.

NEW jaieninaae OF

from withholding their labour but
the law continued to run and the

ECUADOR



THE new President of Ecuador,
shown (left) in Quito. This is
elected.— (INP).

Dr. José Maria Velasco Ibarra, is
the third time that Velasco Ibarra is

for their section of the country,
The Great Northern ships its paper
from Maine.

—U-P.

Police Kill







6 Nations Plan
Political Unity







Peninsula almost in the path of
marines who are on the way to
relieve the Danish army against
1 mythical invader,

A Danish destroyer the Huit-|
Zeldt on escort duty with the 160-





hip “Mainbrace” fleet gave the
« to fi i al ediat
" " c orpora at anc e
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Two Convicts ee da STRASBOURG, Sept. 22. ders to lift anchor and get out.
T'HE “Foundiny Fathers” met to lay the cornerstone of | fhe Soviet eaptain protested that
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 a six power federation of Western Europe. Twenty-six|'e was forced to take shelter
Police trapped three bank-rob-| members of the drafting committee of the first European |‘** a pyre ag Ban
bing escaped convicts to-day; constitutional convention gather in the Council of Europe’s| °"!?!¢4 with the uliteldt 6 uD-
killing two in a_ blazing gun; building th oreing ; ahisad with plans tora single |e" order and his ship was
battle that cost the life of a: Dg Ws MOrning to . ste ae oe e were een entering the Skaggera'c
detective and wounded another political authority for France, Italy, Western Germany age from the North Sea to-
| The third desperado was cap- Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg, is the Baltic—U.P.
jtured unhurt. ¢The committee, which 10 day
| Dead convicts are Joseph |ago was assigned the task of har ee “ .
Nolan, 26, and his brother Bal-{mrring out the project of a fed- M Land
lard, 22, of Harlan County, Jeral constitution in the next si Cotton i ilaemiien arines
| Kentucky. months, will first elect Pre :
The captured bandit, Elmerfdent and probably two ice Issued Statement On Jutland
}Schuer, 21, of Chieago, admitted [py osidents Informed ource
{that the three robbed a Bronx |mentioned the German Christian BUXTON, England, Sept. 21 NORTHERN JUTLAND,
‘gunstore and last Tuesday held|p:mocratic jeader Heinrich vo The International Cotton Con- Sept, 22
hur bank for more than $12,000./Brentano as the likeliest choice | ference tonight issued the first Fifteen hundred American mar-~
They escaped from the Lewis-|fo, the Presidency. They said atement after four days of | me warmed ashore at 15.30
}bu eer prison on Septem- that he would be aided by two} secret sessions reporting that “soiG MT. on Monday on the coast
{be 10.—C.P. Vi e-Presidents, one French and|far the meetings have been en-],, ‘uland near the Skaw in the
or Italian. rely harmonious ! nax of the action of “Operation
‘Jamaican Cc ricket | Questionnaire The leaccrs of the British,|™:'!-brace”. Originally the land-
| The committee’s mext immedi-] United States, Japanese, Indian |! was scheduled for Jutland’s
¥ ‘ed ite task is to draw up a question-|#nd Western Europe delegations;W°St coast early in the mornings
Team Select [ate ire for the participating national] agreed to tatement which re a bad weather caused the ope
} From Cur Own Correspondent) governments on what exactly they| vealed that the conference has|tien to be diverted to the east coast
| KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 22. think the future federation | teen working on a world yearly \F! reports said that the landing
| Jamaica’s cricket team to Brit-] should be, The questionnaire in-* average production of 5,230,000,000 jw off smoothly and ithout
lish Guiana was selected yester-|cluded. such questions as: the] square yards of cotton incident or accident
|day following a close final trial]competence of the future govern- —C.P —U.P.
|mateh. The players are Allan|ment, its composition and nam¢
Rae, captain, batsman; Alfredihow many chambers hould th + e
| Binn wicketkeeper -, batsman; ifuture parliament have and he
|Denis Thorbourn, opening bats-|shall the deputies be electe orona on om. ee &
man Neville Bonitto, batsman,|rejations with other nations
|Colin Bonitto batsr an John }many other points over whi | Che first meeting of thé Com- Decorations and Illuminations— +
| Pres cod, batsman Calbert Min-|yorious government } mittes pointed by His Excel-|T. E. Went, Esquire, M.B.E
‘ ill-rounder Stantle Good- livergent opinion j yovernor to make ar- idult and Open Sports—The
iridge, fast bowler; Roy Mille all- The actual writing of thé t ements f the suitable cele- |Hon. the Chief Justice
jroundcer, Reggie Scarlett all- stitutior might tart aS a} dos 08 the Coro: Children—Direetor’ of Educa-
rounder; Alfred Scott, spin bowl- October European atior who sic I Majest Queen | tio:
er; Ken Rickards, batsman; or f dt "4 fi 'th ix because | Elizabe low held under the Ceremonial—The Commissioner
|John McLeod, batsman; Alfrea[refused to join the six b ten FOhad : xcellency |of Police
Valentine, spin bowler. | McLeoda|they are neutral — like Sweden ees sgislati The C ‘ i
spin r « sé they 1 of the Cx egislative The Committee decided to in-
was named alternative due to the/©* because ey nave Close rela~-} > 24 p.m, on|vite suggestions from the ‘al
uncertainty as to whether Rick-|tions with overseas territories an1} -ouncil Cr mM, Sahl & wer m the gener
ards, who has already saileq|believe the time is not yet rine| the 17th of Sept DC Accordingly any member
from England, will be available. }like Britain will neverthele After H Ex essed |Of the public who wishes to sub-
i Ung 1 vill aila ' : eee Le pr * the are the tee vas |imit any suggestion in connection
Local reactior that Goodridge | closely associated with the jG tes jwith the Coronatior elebrations
Mil -. |wo » conventi e divided into n= | with ation ( . ,
nd Miller now have an oppor- rk of the convention The Faee dhe — by or the consideration of the appro-
nity of engines their pas-jcountries will send observers to} Ge ve ja ul * ‘oriate sub-Committee is hereby
awe to the West team byjboth convention plenary sessions lituiae a urpot nvited to communicate with the
jtheir bowling against British Gui-Jand sessions of the r tte Parochial a nicer + Secretary of the Coronation Com-
ana. @ On Page 3 mittee—His Lordshi: | mittes Colonial Seeretariat. .












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IR ERROL DOS SANTOS, Kt
S eee as an i 1 from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A sterda)
He is Salaries Comn ner at
pointed by the Governr nd
has come over for a few cays’ visit
in connection with the reviewing
of the Civil Servants’ Salaries
Reruedeville Troupe Back

W.I1.A, had two spedial flights
from Trinidad on ‘Saturday









to bring back Mrs. A. L, Stuart’s i
Revuedeville Troupe along with j
Capt. Raison and some members
of the Police Band who went to
Trinidad to put on some perform- i
ances at.the Roxy Theatre. Mrs j
Stuart and her Secretary, Miss K

Evelyn have remained behind
along with Miss Y. Gibbs who is
detained for medical aid.

Back To Venezuela

RS. and MISS ORTEGA re-
turned home by L.A.V. to “I'm not handling his
Venezuela on Sunday afternoon bets — he’s just flown

after spending a few weeks’ holi-

day in the island as

Paradise Beach Club
Also returning by the same op-

from London
“faster-than-sound jc.
with the results for the
next three races already

in a
guests at

portunity to Caracas, Venezuela in his paper!”
was Mrs.. Belen Duarte who had
been holidaying here at Paradise

London Express Service
Beach Club for three weeks



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Enjoyablo Summer
ETURNING to Jamaica by
BW.1L.A last Thursday
morning was Miss Muriel Jack-

man, B.A. (Lond.) who had been
spending her summer holidays
wit her parents Mr. and Mrs.

C. B, Jackman of Worthing View
Christ Church,

Miss Jackman who is Deputy
Headmistress and English Mis-
tress of the Cathedral High School,
Spanish Town, said this was her
first real holiday in years. Leay-
ing the island in 1943 she served
in the A.T.S. in England until
1946 when she entered Royal
Holloway College (London Uni-
versity) to read for“an Honours
Degree in English. Graduating in
1949, she spent the following year
at the London Institute of Educa-
tion working for the Diploma in
Education,

Since 1950 she has been engaged
in teaching in Jamaica. In the
summer, 1951 she went up to the

United States of America where
she was kept very busy.

This “summer, thanks to the
generosity of her School Board
she was able to leave two weeks
before the end of term and so
spend ten weeks at home.

Her brother who is Senior

Classical Master at Jamaica Col-
lege and who with his wife had
been holidaying here too, returned
to Jamaica a fortnight ago by the
S.S. De Grasse.

Short Visit
R. A. BADDELEY, Super
intendent of Harrison Lin>
Steamers, returned to Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. on Saturday last afte:
a short visit.
‘Singer Ladivs’ Return
RS. C. WATKINS and MISS
M. LEWIS of Singer Sew-
ng Machine Co., who were on a
visit to Trinidad in connection
with their Company, returned to
the colony by B.W.I.A on the
19th September,

Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Marva
Lorde, daughter of Mr, S. O
Lorde, Headmaster of St. Silas
Boys’ School who has been award-
ed one of the two Junior First
Grade Scholarships for 1952.

This is tenable at Queen’s Col-
lege for a period of five years
Marva is at present in the fourth
form at Queen's College.

Barbadian Ordained

EV, C. C. CONLIFFE, M.A.,
; Rector of St. George, ar-
rived home on Sunday by B.W.1.A.
from St Lucia where he had been
spending a few days.

While in St. Lucia he attended
the ordination to Priesthood of the
Rev. M. Maxwell, a Barbadian
who was a student at Codrington
College, Mr. Maxwell’s sisters
who attended the ceremony re-
turned home on Sunday.

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Surprise Party
SURPRISE PARTY was held
on Saturday night at the Sea
Scout Hut, Needham's Point. the
Garrison, in honour of Mr. Geof-
frey Rudder who will be leaving

the island on Wednesday for the
University College of the West
Indies, Jamaica where he will do

Science, Geoffrey is the son of
Mr, W. D. Rudder, Principal of
the Barbados Academy and Mrs.
Rudder. He is also Acting A.S.M.
of the Ist Barbados Sea Scouts.

An enjoyable evening was had
by all those who attended and
they all joined in- wishing him
good luck and bon voyage!

Fow Weeks’ Holiday
RS. STIASSKY and her two
children arrived from Cara-
cas, Venezuela on Sunday by
L.A.V. for a few week's holiday
which they will be spending as
guests at Paradise Beach Club.
Y.W.C.A. Tag Day
rT°HE Y.W.C.A. will hold their
first Tag Day on the 3rd
October and it is hoped that the
public will lend their support to
this deserving cause.

It is the aims and objects of the
Y.W.C.A. to cater to women of
all classes and proceeds will serve
to strengthen this Organisation
which will in time be of benefit
to all young women the world
over.

A good response is asked of the
public in general,

For School
RS. SCHNUR and her daugh-
ter Sandra of Caracas,
Venezuela have been holidaying
in the island as guests at Paradise
Beach Club. Mrs, Schnur who
came over to enter her daughter
as a pupil of Codrington High
School returned home on Sunday
afternoon by L.A.V.
Vew Appointment
rTTHE REV. and MRS. L. J
PAUL were among the in-
transit passengers for British
Honduras during the past week.
They were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
G. C, M. Woodrooffe, of St. An-
drew’s Rectory. Mrs. Paul and
Mrs. Woodrooffe are sisters.

Rev. Paul was Priest-in-Charge
at Calliaqua, St. Vincent and is on
his way to take up an appoint-
ment as Rector of Stann Creek,
British Honduras. __

Students Return

ITH the reopening of Schools

a number of students for
Lodge, Codrington High School
and the Ursuline -Convent re-
turned by B.W.LA. over the week-
end from Trinidad after spending
the summer holidays,

Blind Girl

TUESDAY SEPT. 23 1952 7.15 — 10.80 p.m 25.58 M 31.32. * . °
4.00 — 7.15 p.m, 50.70 SE WD OB ME itt coterie ne Seen S
. oe —— 7.15 p.m, Rendezvous, 7.45 p.m. Per. Recovers Her sight
4.00 p.m The News, 4 lo p.m. The sonal Tortrait, 8.00 p.m. Variety, 8.15
Dave Spent | een Beh. ave “ je p.m, Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Feport RIVERA,
From the Promenade Concerts, 6.00 pn. Prom aenene re eee 8.55 California, Sept. 22.
Jister Maga », 6.15 p.m. Meet The P.m From he ditorials, 9 2m y en = aa i
Commonwealth, 6.45-p.m, Sports Round. Twenty Questions, 9.30 p.m, Barn Dance L _— Edi pM hr
Up & Programme,Parade, 7,00 p.m, The 10.00 p.m, News Talk, 10.15 p.m. Herbert ane rows scarcely realizes
News, 7.10 p.m, Home News From Brit- Hodge Talking, 10.30 p.m. Through the that she made medieal history
ais Iron Curtain because she is too busy seeing
|for the first time objects which
ture 37 | she has known only through her
fingertips. Only a year ago young
—_ Linda was blinded by a corneal
ulcer,
| From birth she was studying
| Braille and facing the prospect
of a life in darkness. To-day,
however, thanks to the researca
of a Phoenix, Arizona, ophthal-
mologist and the determination
of her mother Mrs, Ruth Brown,
Linda roller skates, cuts out
paper dolls, plays with her St.
| Bernard dog, and is trying to
meee keeps = anes gine a oing,”’ exclaims an Imp j learn to read.
just where the dragon has been “Let's go and see what is i i
and he finds thet there is just’ ing on nop He ade dae I ae sp ea a _
enough liquid in the glass to spray out of the tunnel and scampers ! i. Heer Seen eat A
all the roots that have been to a stretch of blackened grass | Crutsins who had a sulphur drug
scorched. ‘Well, that’s all Lean Next minute he ‘s pointing , made. Tt is the first time in medi-
do,"" he says. ‘Now | suppose excitedly, ‘Look, look,” he (oe history that the drug was
we .must wait and see what yells. ** It's working! The shoots used to cure corneal ulcers.
happens."’ “The black patches ire coming up already."’ —U-P.






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Christmas Flight
To Canada

A*Comet jet airliner will soon
fly across the Atlantic and the
North American continent. It is
the first to be built for an over-
seas operator, This Comet, now
undergoing its flying trials, wears
the colours of Canadian Pacific
Airlines.

It differs slightly from. Britist
Overseas Airways’ Comets, and
will carry eight more passen-
gers.

Canada should get the Come
around Christmas or the WN
Year.

But the airliner will not remain
in Canada, CPA intend to use
the Comets on the Sydney —
Honolulu section of their trans-
Pacific route.

* * *

Sergeant J, P. Hellings, of
Aylesbury, and Flight Sergeant
A. F. Burgess, of Harrow, are
among the latest batch of air
cadets to win the Air Ministry’s

£150 flying training scholarship.|*

The two boys will be trained
up to “A” licence standard at
Denham airfield. A third cadet,
Flight-Sergeant P. Edgson, of
Maidenhead, will be trained, by
the West London Aero Club, at
White Waltham,

* * %

More than 414,000 passengers
used British civil airports during

July. London Airport handled
102,832 of them; Northolt 101,
637.

Men of No, 3 Squadron of the
Royal Netherlands Naval Air
Service have arrived in Britain
for training with the Royal

Navy. They use British sea Fury
fighters. ee

The Dutch pilots will fly from
the naval airfield at Anthorn,
Cumberland, and then go to sea
in British aircraft carriers, They
will not see Holland again until
the end of next year,

" * *

Trans-Canada Airlines, whose

Rolls-Royce-engined North Stars

are the only existing transatlan-
\ic airliners using major British

equipment, have just ordered
three more Super Constellations
from America, bringing their

tal der to eight.
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WILLY.

came along and met him on the Big-
White - Rock-That-Overlooked-the-
Valley. He was happier than they
had ever seen him before. And this
was strange because it was a cold
dreary November day and nobody
gise; would even have thought of |
whistling.

“Delighted to see you, old dears

2°» delighted, delighted!” he said
im-between two whistles.

Knarf and Hanid asked him why
he was so happy.

“Why? I'll tell you why! I’ve
just found a tree, that’s why!”

“A tree?” said Knarf in a tone
“of great surprise. “What's so won-
derful about finding a tree?”

Hanid waved her hand around
over the valley and over the hill
and over the places on both sides of
them, “There’s millions and mil-
lions of trees, Willy! Wherever you







look there’s a tree!”

Special Tree
“True,” said Willy. “Very true.
But I just found a very special tree.
I'm going to stay in it all winter.
If I had built this tree myself, I

Willy. Toad’s Special Tree
—He Was Going to Spend the Winter In It—~
@ | ~

Toad was whistling |
cheerfully when Knarf and Hanid|



“I’ve just found a tree,” said Willy,

Willy shook his head. “Spend the
winter in,” he repeated. “Just look!”

He had hopped around to the
other side of the tree. When Knarf
and Hanid reached the spot, they
couldn’t find Willy. He had disap-
peared.

Hollow Inside

The next moment, however, they
heard him calling them from in-
side the trunk, It was then they dis-








































culdn’t have made it better.”

~» Willy insisted on showing Knarf
and Hanid his tree. It was at the
end of the path and then quite a
bit farther past a tangle of wild
raspberry bushes that scratched at
them with their thorns as they
pushed through. Finally Willy
stopped and pointed proudly in
front of him. “There it is, my
friends! Isn’t it a beauty!”

Now that they could see it, Knarf
and Hanid had to admit that it
was certainly a beautiful tree. It
Was even more than just beautiful.
It was magnificent! It was an oak.
Its lower branches were thicker
than the trunks of most trees, and
they stretched out like great arms.
The trunk of this oak was ‘so thick
that three men could have put their
arms around

covered that the whole inside of
the trunk was. hollow. It was like
@ wooden shelter with great, high
walls, The floor was covered with
soft earth. The entrance was just
a narrow slit,

“You see;” said Willy, “it’s a
perfect place for me. Hardly any-
one else can squeeze in, not a fox,
jnot a bear, Even the north wind
won't be able to get in. Oh, what a
wonderful time I'll have all win-
ter!”

Knarf and Hanid felt almost as
happy as Willy himself.

“What are you going to do here
in this beautiful tree?” they both
asked eagerly.

Somehow they hoped Willy was
; d \ going to say that he intended to
mee it without touching 7 cane = ee long, and
eac er. sit around, and talk,

“But you still haven’t seen the! games, and lay plans for the ay
most wonderful thing about this|ing Spring. But Willy just said:
tree,” Willy said; “and why I think! “What am I going to do, old dears?
it’s the best tree in the whole world| I’m going to do what ‘every toad
for me to spend the winter in.” |does in the wintertime. I’m going
as, Romane spend the winter o~_\ Sot Se a oe going 5
§ b sleep!” n narf an anid

“Or spend the winter under,” sighed to think of that manificent
said Knarf, tree just being a bedroom.



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TUESDAY,
B.B.C. RADIO NOTES:

SEPTEMBER

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In today’s “Rendezvous”, the ly delighted BBC ‘Variety Band-

Frank Holder and Cy Grant
|

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gramme from London featur-

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

ARIES —Your planet Venus not too favourable *
21—April 20 position. Take special care in legal mat-
ters. Routine affairs could go undisturbed.

Be alerted.
* *

—Though day may not be very encourag-
ing you have a natural talent for solving
problems. Use that gift; it should turn
tide in your favour.

For Tuesday, September 23, 1952

XK sarcn

* TAURUS
April 21 to May 20

*
*

x
CANCER
x June 22—July 23

«x
Ss

*

' GEMINI
May 21—June 21

—Sort of day you quick-idea folks should
like. A challenge, maybe a fight, but it's
yours to win if you use Gemini’s style, abil- *«
fties. Curb forcing.

*

—Smart work, manufacturing, handling
useful products among favoured now.
Others’ suggestions may help but don’t be
swayed unduly. *

*

—If you know your capacity and keep
within wise limitations you can come out
on happy ground. Be astute, move care-
fully, talk little, think a lot. wn

* *

—yYour planetary vibrations indicate mo-
bility. Very auspicious one hour, then
switch away the next. Bar foolish inter-
ference and ae

*

*

LEO

July 24—Aug. 22

x

Aug. 23—Sept. 23

*

LIBRA —Watch inclinations, Gage possibilities
* Sept, 24—Oct. 23 thoughtfully. Persona] affairs need more
than so-so attention, which could cause

x success or failure. k x
—Hold important issues in check for

SCORPIO thorough investigation, Certain aspects

x Oct, 24—Nov. 22 suggest difficulty if you do not heed alert

signals. *
—No quibbling about trifles, accept gra-~
ciously situations that follow your efforts.
Get at the big thing. Temptation to argue? x

Don’t! *
x

x *
SAGITTARIUS
Nov. 23—Dec. 22

CAP —During early hours especially, be wary
Dec. eee a of schemes, those who would sway you
: from what you know is right. Better as-
* pects in evening today. -
AQUARIUS —Note Taurus advice today, Be gracious

in all contacts, tactful in. relations with
opposite sex.. Practicing silence is best
till you have thoroughly laid plans,

x
Jan. 22—Feb. 20
*
PISCES *
Feb. 21—March 20

*
*

—Mixed outlook. Many things that may
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Britain to eonsider what can be done to inerease the
consumption of ecotten textiles all over the world.

They have come from the United States, Japan, India,

Holland, Belgium, France, Italy and
Lancashire has sent a erful
cbaarvers

and Switzerland have

Though short, the agenda for
the International Cotton Textile
Industry Conference will occupy
the delegates for ten days. Main
purpose of the conference is to
consider the prospects of intev-
national trade in cotton textiles “in
the years immediately ahead.”

To help them to assess these
prospects the delegates have be-
fore them statistical estimates of
the total volume of trade likely to
be available and also the estimates
made by each participating coun-
try of the volume of export trade
they expect to achieve.

With these figures as a guide, the
conference is considering the pos-
sibility of increasing world con-
sumption of cotton textiles and
expanding international trade in
them “for the benefit of all.”

Finally, it will make recommen-
dations as to how aims can best be
achieved,

The conference opened in Lon-
don on September 17, but was
afterwards transferred to Buxton,
Derbyshire, where the delegates
get down to detailed work. T

The American delegation, head-
ed by Mr. R. T. Stevens, chariman
of the board of J. P. Stevens and
Company Inc., consists of six in-
dustrialists and four technical ad-
visers,

Japan will be represented by
ten full delegates, headed by Mr.
K. Abe, chairman of the All Japan
Cotton Spinners Association, and
president of a large Japanese spin-
ning firm, and a secrtariat of in-
terpreters and technical experts.

India has sent a delegation of
six, led by Mr. Kasturbhai Lalbbai,
end other delegations will repre-
sent Western European countries
with an important interest in the
cotton textile industry.

One of the chief topics for dis-
cussion at this conference is cer-
taim to be the effect on the other
cotton exporting industries, par-
ticularly that of Lancashire, of the
rapid expansion of Japanese ship-
ments to British Commonwealth
markets.

It has been reported that during
the frst half of this year Japanese
salts of cotton textiles to the Com-
monwealth exceeded for the first
time since the war those of Lan-
cashire. Japan's exports to these
markets were 340 million yards,
forty million yards more than the
British industry’s.

A complete embargo has been
placed on imports of Japanese
textiles into many British markets,
including that of the United King-
dom itself, East Africa, the West
Indies and Hongkong. Other Com-
menwealth countries have limited
the amount of textiles permitted
to be imported from Japan.

Little Help

But these restrictions have not
helped Lancashire as much as was
hoped. According to one repdrt,
agents of Lancashire firme in the
‘restricted markets” believe local
importers are holding up orders
from Britain in the hope that
cheaper Japanese textiles will sagn
be re-admitted.

A prominent British cotton in-
custrialist has recently drawn at-
tention to this expansion of Jap-
anese exports to the Common-
wealth. In East .§frica, he said
“a small army” of Japanese tex-
tile salesmen are waging a cold
war against Lancashire cloths.
Although at present unable ‘to
make sales, they are reported to
be quoting prices from thirty to
fifty per cent, below those offered
by Lancashire.

SPARKLING TEETH AND A “CHAMPAGNE PERSONALITY”
SUCCESS

In among the

West Germany.
delegation and Sweden
at the conference.

He feared that “considerable
concessions” would be made to
Japan by the international con-
ference. To forestall Japan’s claim
for a re-opening of Commonwealth
markets — which, he said is being
backed by importers in Colonial
markets — British policy at Bux-
ton should be to retain the Colonial
markets for Lancashire textiles
“for at least a further twelve
months.”

But even if it wished to do so,
the British delegation might find
it difficult to carry the conference
with it in any attempt to perpetu-
ate market restrictions. “he
emphasis in the agenda is entirely
on expansion, and Lancashire may
be warned that if it wants to win
its full share of expanded world
trade in cotton textiles it must cut

its ‘io to a. more compéti
tive level,

6 Nations Plan
Political Unity

Observers will have the right to
take part at any time in debate
but will not be allowed to vote.

The convention will be drafted
in such qa way that any nation
will be able to become a member
of the federation by simply rati-
fying the charter. The Committee
also will have to decide where
they will hold meetings. Some
delegates proposed Paris but in-
formed sources said the majority
of delegates opposed the choice
of a national capital because they
fear there might be certain inter-
ference and “outside influence.”

It is likely the Committee will
continue meeting in Strasbourg.
when the drafting Committee
completes its work Paul Henri
Spaak of Belgium will call oe
Plenary Session of the Conven-
tion of which he is President to
discuss and possibly modify the
draft constitution.

The 87 member Assembly an
outgrowth of the six nation Shu-
man Plan Assembly might hold
its first Plenary Session here in
November. —UP.

Hong Kong’s
In one of the most readable of
Colony annual reports, packet. Ag.
pages of arresting pictures,
Hong Kong 1951 edition just
available in London tells
story of the colony’s dollar. At
the time of H.K’s foundation in
1841, China’s currency was on a
basis of uncoined silver, but the
usual standard unit for foreign
trade was the Spanish or Mexi-
can dollar. Apart from one un-
fuceessful experiment in’ using
U.K. coins ‘alongside it, the
Mexican dollar became and
remained till 1895 the standard
coin, Then a British trade dol-
lar ousted the Mexican dollar.
Value? Since 1935 the Colony’s
dollar has been maintained at
approximately 1/3d. eater.

—L.







SPELL



the Pound funds



THE GAM

q CANBERRA.
British people will comprise 50

per cent. of Australia’s immi-
grants this coming year.

Provision is being made to ac~
cept 20,000 British full-fare-pay-
ing passengers from ajl sources
and 20,000 British assisted-pas-
Sage migrants.

In this connection Mr. Beale,
acting tion Minister, has
announ: the government's new

ration policy.

It is not intended to restrict in
any way the entry of British full-
fare-paying passengers provided
VYhey are sound in health, of good
character, and possess a valid
passport and unlikely to become
a eharge on the state.

And it is not proposed to dis-
turb the flow of British personal
nominees under the assisted
passage scheme.

As many as are nominated by
relatives and friends in Austra-
lia will be ed. The same
will apply to c migrants
—" by suitable organisa-
tions.

The nomination scneme will be
limited to small numbers of
skilled workers for whom em-
ployment is waiting in the metal
and other vital trades.

As the labour market for un-
skilled workers in Australia is
over supplied, emphasis now
will be laid on building up the
population bringing in the
families of workers already es-
tablished in the coufitry,

# *) +L.E.S.

(ne
*
Japan Will Lift
c 2 ao
Restrictions
; TOKYO, Sept. 22.
Japan will lift export restric-
tions to British Commonwealta
nations on October 1, the Minis-
try of International Trade and
Indus’ announced on Monday.
The lifting of restrictions, how-
ever, does not apply to Hong

Kong amd Singapote which will
be ruled on later.

Japan limited sales to the ster-
ling bloc last March because
had accumulated.
Decreased exports since March
have reduced Japan’s sterling
holdings, thus enabling relaxa-
tion. British bans were on ex-
ports of iron and steel, cotton,
yarn and cloth chemical
fibre products. THE’'Trade Minis-
try also said that it will permit
the annual export of 3,000 tons
of pig iron to the Philippines and
Formosa to offset unfavourable
trade balances. The Ministry de-
cided to stiffem its export regu-
lations to prevent shipment from
Japan of poor quality goods.

—U.P.

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Leewards’ Gavernor Uranium Seience May Polish
Returns From U.S. Found hh Steamy Windows

i
(From our own Correspendent) British

ANTIGUA, Sept. 22. _ .

scientists are near to

, perfecting a system which will

To-day His Excellency Si: From WILLIAM HAMSHER prevent shop windows becoming
Kenneth Bilackburne returned BERLIN. steamed, says the Shop-fitting Re-
from Wi where he spent Uranium has been found in search and Development Council.
fa week at the invitation of the Western ciermany’s Black Forest It is understood that the new

U.S. government and had dis-

cussions coneerning
Islands.

In drizzling rain His Exce!-
lency was met at Coolidge Field

and a German firm has asked the
Allied High Commissioner for
permission to exploit its find.

British officials in Bonn have
confirmed that the application
thas! been filed, but gave no indi-

method involves welding thin,
transparent layers of tin to plate-
glass windows.

Virgin

Now tests are

being made to
establish

whether an_ electric

i ecurity current can be passed through the
. Lady a ee A aoee, Ye Cet vetnt it My tin to heat the glass to prevent
ciliewnien A Themen the The firm is working near Steaming.

Leading stores attach Umnpor-
tance to the development because
every winter they lose trade hy
their window displays being ob-
secured, —L,E.S.

Freiburg Im Breisgau.

It is reported that the applica-
tion to work the ore refers to
Wittichen, a hamlet of fewer
than 200 people above 50 miles
north of Freiburg. x

As the application is for ‘per-

Commissioner of Police Colonel
Branch and Mr. F. C. Cateh-
pole, Labour Adviser to C.D. and
W. Shortly after Mr. Catchpole
left for St. Kitts where he will
spend one week.



In Mr. Catchpole con- mission to exploit” it is clear ee 7
ferred with Labour Officer Low- that prospecting has already!
A-Chee representatives of the gone far enough to lead German

ee.

Federation and Av- wr

Employers
tigua Trades Labour Union, He
visited the sugar factory and
Mill Reef properties. 4
Catchpele was impressed with
the improvements in relation to
capital and labour in this island.
Asked his opinion at Nelson’s
Dockyard, he said “I felt I was
walking on history.”

Exporters Should
: 2 -
Atceept Sterling
VANCOUVER, Sept. 21
Colonel J, W, Niehol, Vancouver
exporter on Saturday proposed a
plan for boosting trade with the
United Kingdom,
He proposed that exporters
accept sterling instead of dollars
and that the Federal Government

grantee to convert sterling te
ollars.

He said there was danger of a!
serious slump in Canadian trade
unless some way was foung to sell

\o the sterling group.—c.P.
Secretary Eden invited Tito last

POPE’S COLD BETTER
week.—-C.P.
VASACAIN, CITY, eph, 23 ia a, inmepntemntianliieninionntaeee }

The Pope’s physician said that m
the Pontiff has completely recov-} 5 Diamond Rings
LOUIS L, BAYLEY

ered from the cold and slight
fever which he suffered last Bolton Lane

Suffocating “Hot Flashes” stopped

Last night the Pope appeared
on the baleony of his Castel Gon-
dolfo summer home and greeted |
or strikingly relieved
in 63-80 %* of cases in doctors’ tests!
e through you know what it has done
“chang’ of ite". “autter- Y ra

experts to believe that the yield
would be promising.

No licence is necessary in West,
Germany for prospecting. |

The Western Allies have re-|
jserved power in regard to the
exploitation of uranium tor |
strategic purposes, and Dr
Adenauer, West German Chan-
celor, has already made it clear
that his government would im-}
pose the same controls after rati-|
fication of the Bonn peace pact
ends occupation and completes
West German’s independence,

Reports of the Black Forest
find have caused excitement in
Berlin where the population, liv-
ing surrounded by Soviet ruled
territory think that the source of
uranium in the West would off-
set the strategic effect of the big
deposit along the Czech border
of the Russian zone. —L.E.S

TITO INVITED
TO VISIT BRITAIN
LONDON, Sept. 21

Reliable sources said today that
arrangements are being made for
Yugoslav leader Tito to_ visit
Britain in the near future, Yugo-
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BRITISH CARIBS?

QUITE recently the Lord Mayor of
London, Australian-born Sir Leslie Boyce,
was told that befdére he could renew his
British passport, hé must choose whether
to opt as an Australian citizen—in which
case his passport would be issued by the
High Commissioner for Australia in London
—or register as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and colonies. “No wonder” com-
mented the Sunday Times of London in an
editorial dated September 14 “that the
first citizen of London, as much a British
subject by birth as any Cockney in the
capital, thought this an offensive piece o:
nonsense.”



The position is even more fantastic if
one considers that neither Mr. Bustamante
nor Mr. Gomes, nor Mr. Adams nor indeed
anyone of us living in the British Carib-
bean would have the slightest difficulty in
getting passports renewed by the Foreign
Office in London should anyone of us be-
come Lord Mayor of that city. That is
there would be no difficulty so long as the
British Caribbean continued to be de-
pendent as colonies on London. Should
however the British Caribbean become a
self-governing Dominion the position of
all residents of the British Caribbean area
would be identical with that of the present
Australian-born Lord Mayor of London.
Barbadians or British Caribs as we should
probably then be called would have a lower

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Mauritian or Fijian in whom the concept
of Empire would be much less developed
for ethnical and historical reasons. This
amazing state of affairs which strikes a
deadly blow at the community of Empire-
minded peoples came into being as a result
of the strange British Nationality Act of

1948.

At the time when this Bill was being
debated in Westminster far-seeing citizens
of Empire warned against the anomalies
which would result from its enactment and
pointed out how devastating would be its
effect on the ideals of common, British
subject-hood. As too often happens in
history the advice of the far seeing citizens
was negleeted- by, the shorter-sighted and
today a citizen of Barbados enjoys on enter-
ing the United Kingdom a status of British
citizenship higher than that of the First
citizen of London, Such has been the
Judicrous result of an Act which has been
too largely ignored by all those who are
proud of their British subjecthood and who
are not ashamed to proclaim themselves
citizens of the British Empire.

In Barbados there is no squeamishness
felt by any class of citizen about the con:
cept of Empire and Imperial medals, anc
decorations are proudly displayed by repre-
sentatives of all our people. The ideal of
Empire is kept alive too by the Empire
Dav celebrations, the Royal Birthday
celebrations and there is no other loyalty
about which Barbadians are less divided
than they are in this loyalty to the Queen
as Mother of Empire. The word survives
with pride even in the title of sports clubs
and places of entertainment. Yet because
of the British Nationality Act of 1948, a
wedge will be driven in this solid mass of
Barbadian loyalty, should this island decide
to join with other British possessions and
become part of a self-governing Dominion,

It is difficult to see what would be gained
for the West Indies by loss of full British
citizenship (defined in the 1948 Act as
citizenship of the United Kingdom and
colonies”). Yet unless the architects of a
British Caribbean Federation insist that
the constitution should provide for the re-
tention by residents in the British Carib-
bean of full British citizenship as defined
by the 1948 Act, the status of citizens of the
new Dominion must by definition be lower
than that of the Mother Country.

How unsatisfactory is the whole ques-
tion of British citizenship today is well
illustrated by the experience of an English
born Secretary of State to the Government
of India. When after thirty-five years of
service to that country he desired to return
to England in 1946 to settle, he was com-
pelled to obtain not only a passport bui

even a ‘visa.

There can be no doubt that irritating
pin-pricks of this description intensely an-
noy individuals to whom their birthright
as British subjects and citizens of Empire
is a heritage of which they are justifiably
proud,

There are many West Indians alive to-
day whose faith in the ability of the British
Government of the day to govern wisely
and well these territories has often been
rudely shaken: but whose loyalty to the
Royal person who reigns over an Empire
in which this island has been included for
325 years remains shining and bright.

The principles embodied in the British
Wationality Act 1948 are not conducive w
the maintenance of that loyalty bezause 1.
abolished common subject-hood of at
citizens of the Empire.

So far the West Indies as colonies are
not affected but they may not always be
colonies, so that now is the time for all
those who support the Empire in deed to
give this subject serious consideration.

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LONDON

The price of food goes up again iy Vaughan Jones

next month. We must pay an

extra fourpence a week on each view moves such as these with
ration book to cover the increased concern, Amongst them is the
charges on bacon, sugar, butter, Women’s Liberal Federation,

cheese and fats. whose Executive Committee in
The Socialists are making capi- London has passed a resolution
tal out of the price rise; it hits expressing grave concern re-
the “little man” they say. Many garding the Krupp move. And
of us do not agree with the they urge Mr. Churchill into the
Socialists. It would be more right justification for such a payment.
to say we are slowly emerging For, do the Germans, as a race,
from the Fools Paradise of the even appreciate our friendly ges-
past years when the Socialists tures and tions?
handed out so much bounty that Many of us think not.
we began thinking there was no The Germans are not an
need to Work and pay our own “opportunistic” race. No, indeed.
way any more, They are opportunism itself; they
With prices and wages spiral- can more readily delude them-
ling, of course, we _ got into selves than any other nation into
trouble, for in the end somebody making wrong right and right
must always pay. wrong to suit their own am-
At present our food is sub- bitions.
sidised by the Governmdnt to This writer attended the great
the tune of £309,000,000, Next post-war atrocity trials; Nurem-
month increased food

000. A lot of money. Meantime, nor sympathy.
government subsidies on house- not exist in their minds.
hold sugar, cheese and cooking After the fall of Berlin, it was

fats will have been almost elimi- said the great Soviet Marshal Owners died.

nated. In return we are, in hard Zhukov, conqueror of the city,
cash, to benefit from increases in allowed his soldiers to loot and

family allowances and retirement ravage Germany's capital freely and _ visionaries .
had ves 7a
month.

pensions. for one month—just as they
There is, though, unsatisfactory done in other towns.
news from the labour front. Two Later,
and a half million men—work- Berlin's Potsdammer Platz
ers in the engineering and ship- lone Soviet Tommygunners dis=
building industries—want a £2 a perse by the power of fear alone,
week pay increase. Sir Robert a shouting rioting mob of ten
Gould, the Labour Ministry’s thousand milling Germans
chief peace-maker, is next week
meeting thirty-one of their lead-
ers in an effort to persuade them €rs have undoubtedly
to modify their demand. Even more leniency and clemency to
some of the Trades Union chiefs the Germans than have
think that the claim is unreason- Russians.
able so perhaps he may be selves they fed them and clothed
successful. them better, built up their in-
When first the dustries to flourish and prosper.

rkers had
put forward their Me But now, whom do the Germans

claims, their



employers said No. So the work- Tespect—and fear most?

ers retaliated by saying they Certainly not the Western
would not do overtime or piece- POWETS. ; .

work,

Do juvenile delinquents—boys
who have entered a crime life—
make good soldiers when given
a chance later on. There have
been two schools of thought;
those who believe that young
rascals will eventually turn out

It would be a sorry state of
affairs if this came about. Already
too many workers, spoilt by the
easy money days during and im-
mediately after the war seem
to have lost both pride in their
job and desire to earn a bit of
extra. money when they feel to be good fighters, and those
like it. What price initiative, en- Who consider they will be a nuis-
terprise and hard work, if even ace anyhow.
the reward is spurned. Britain’s Army Operation Re-

* * * search Group have now pro-

Few disasters have touched the Vided the answer. pin re
nation so deeply as the Farn- They made an enquiry into the
borough tragedy when de Havil- Military records cf a group. of
land test pilot John Derry’s jet soldiers who had been to Britain’s
plane exploded in mid-air, kill- Borstal Correctional Institutions,
ing him and twenty-five spec- 2nd a group of seldiers who had
tators, as he trieq to break a average background

” to their lives.

big oa ee pene very Both groups were of’similar age
work could bring death any time and intelligence and were called
but he undertook it just as UP - the ap he blished
another job; this life and soul was Tne Sem Ake BOW De riG
in the air as, knowing the Of the Borstal re"?, only fifty
dangers, this Briton sought to bd cent. had ae ane
solve the mysteries of supersonic wenty per cent, Ao hth
travel. He has his ‘succ rT satisfactory soldiers, thoug! ey
Immediately into the oe on had on occasion been in trouble.
went Neville. Duke, and the Thirty per cent. had been liabili-
twin cracks reverberating earth- fen... OF the Eroup. of a ae
wards, as his Hawker Hunter YOUD8 uray ninety a oF a ra
flashed onwards, told the crowds â„¢#@de Sie A i, eg shee Staci e.
that he had been successful, casioneily iy ge ibe had

* * et while
‘ been useless

Former enemy and big time : i
arms mamitectanes, Altved 3ouae J rarer OO ekas
is promised payment of £55,000, Deyo, A he Re h
000 by the Western Allied Com. ESychologist, of the | Reseatr
mission in respect of his mam- eroub, lend 0. sappert to. ine
Math holdings in steel a 1 idea that aggressive and _ anti-
And he thre ‘West and coal. social attitudes, once established
siiieaniot sie the ead oe in a man, could be easily directed
ditions of the top nazi war crim- eines oy the anak ae
po held . Ri a Spandau politic against which the aggressive
ech Shs wit cat were to agree, attitudes had in see ine place

i i been aroused, evertheless, as

There ar e many in Britain who pr, Penton pointed out, more

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Francis Godson?
Yours etc.,
F, A. HOYOS.
“Springham”,
Shermingham Gardens,
Christ Church,
Sept. 15, 1952

St. Leonard’s School

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—I visited the St. Leonard’s
Schools today between 11 a.m, and
1 p.m,’ and I was very much im-
pressed with the effective manner
in which both the Boys’ and Girls’
Schools had settled down to work.

The Acting Headmaster of the
Boys’ School, Mr. G, C. Millar,
B.A., District Inspector of Schools,
kindly took me through every
class; and it was a pleasure to see
the boys at work, and to note their
interest and the attention they
were giving to the teachers. It is
true the desks and benches of some
of the classrooms are old and not
in keeping with the general out-
look of the school; but this must
be expected in a school building
out of which the workmen had to
be driven on the Friday before the
opening.

On leaving the Boys’ School I

To, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR,—May I thank the Rev.
Francis Godson for his letter in
last Sunday’s Advocate and may
| inform him (as well as Mr.
E. A. McAlister who made the
same query some time ago) that it
is proposed to publish the series
“Our Common Heritage’ in book
form as soon as they have run
their course in the Advocate. In
‘hat form, the articles will be
«vailable to such members of the
general public who may have
nissed one of them now and@
again.

But I venture to hope that
“Our Common Heritage,” when
it is published in book form, will
find its way into every Elemen-
tary and Secondary School in the
island. That was the object when
the Caribbean Union of Teachers
suggested several years ago that
textbooks on local biographies
should be produced in each of
the W.I. colonies and it was my
hope to help achieve that object
when I set out to write the series
“Our Common Heritage.”

The English child has long
been taught of the exploits of
Alfred the Great and Nelson. The

charges burg, Ravensbruck, Buchenwald, warious parts of the building.
will result in a reduction of the Dachau. One everlasting impres- These have been mostly present-
subsidies to £250,000,000 annually, sion remains, For their victims, ed by members of the Society.
thus sparing taxpayers £59,000, the Germans showed neither pity Some, lying about discarded, had
Compassion did originally been brought back as

thi it hed in *
is writer watc a Ganfereiia tal

eee and. Y ee old son of an, ex-U.S. Ambassador to Britain,
from e Lebanon;

Nogueira from Rio de Janeiro and
Throughout, the Western Pow- Mr. O, Akutagawa from Japan.
shown Lord Boyd Orr, old International-

the ernment movement in Britain will
At sacrifice to. them- welcome them. French and Eng-

men derground railways, one feels. | scarves,

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from the Borstal group were kill-
ed in action or died from wounds
in the last war.

Dr, Penton sumg up the situa-
tion by saying that he cannot re-
port that a military environment
gives a former delinquent a better ’
ehance of making good than a
civil one, “but I am able to state
categorically thatait is no worse.”

* *

IS CHALLENGED —

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK
TALL, blue-eyed Henry Cabot Lodge-jun.,

fs most handsome man in the Senate, is in’

One hundred guests this week| danger of losing his seat there ‘
lebrated the ing of th re ;

von Buddhist’ Society's new| If he does, it will be due to his single-

headquarters in. mn. caee*, minded devotion to Dwight Eisenhower.

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Th oe PE Tee nes dno Lodge, age 50, resigned from the Senate | LUMBER YARD & HARDWARE
— Es ~ een |*? join up in the last war. He was in the first | on

where candles burn in front of a/|tank unit to serve with Britain’s Eighth Army

red shrine, and the library contain-|jn Africa

ing bronze and alabaster figures fe

of Buddha, a picture of| For more than,a year now he has ignored

o eae ca fearrane the fact that he is up for re-election in

a MRAM statues oF Tt daha sited in| Massachusetts this November. When Eisen- :
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became his campaign manager to get him

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Nearly three pamaned, cent to Londoners before the war went up and

meet jn London this down Massachusetts ringing doorbells, serv-
Sa ae ee cree mentary (in tea to voters, and fighting for’ Lodge's
rid Government. Senate seat.

they include such different se y
Feet M, Emile Bustani,| Zhe challenger is John Kennedy»35-year

Senator H.

Joseph Kennedy. John has his father's

fortune behind him. Already he holds a
seat in the House of Representatives. ~ ‘

Now Lodge must battle against Kennedy

for his political life. If he loses, there is one

t consoling thought for him: almost certainly

aoe woes = oe ao a seat in Eisenhower’s Cabinet awaits him—

tain countries will not be repre-|if Eisenhower wins.
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official language, although inter-

Plate Glass Windows are both costly and vlunerable.

A GLASS NSURANCE POLICY

IN TEXAS nothing is ever an by halves
—not even the weather. For two years
ranchers suffered from drought. Now in
the heart of the sheep country downpours
measuring up to 11.67 inches isolated five
towns, washed out dams, and cost the lives of
three ranchers and hundreds of sheep.

METAL CHIPS in the gears of the
destroyer Pritchard caused serious damage.
Sabotage is suspected and Intelligence men
are investigating.

PRESIDENTIAL candidate Adlai Steven-
son is in Los Angeles—his birthplace. At
the house where he was born Maurice Mott
swept the front porch with a Stevenson
button in his shirt. He said, “But I have an
Eisenhower button on my coat upstairs. 1
have not decided whom I will vote for.”

HEAR the Archbishop of Canterbury’s
opinion of TV: “The world would be @
happier place if T'VV had never been discoyer-
ed. Mass-produced education by TV is one
of the dangers to the world.”

Then his wife broke in: “We had a TV
set in our room and I loved it.” Sighed the
archbishop, “Yes, she has become a complete
baseball fan.”

They were boarding ship for home after a
holiday in America.

War-time associations die quick-
ly as a rule, but this year’s Ala-
mein Reunion on October 24
commemorating the battle’s tenth
anniversary promists to be the
biggest yet. More Desert Rats than
ever indicate they will be at the
Empress Hall to revive old mem-
ories and to talk: over, perhaps
nosta'gically, the hardships they
suffered and the battles they
fought.

Present, this time will be Field
Marshal Alexander, whose duties
as Governor-General of Canada
had limited his previous appear-
ances.

One of the war’s most popular
leaders, he is sure of a tumultous
welcome.

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We have already had heaagear
built to withstand the impact of
weights dropped from above, and
firemen have found such indis-
pensible.

Now comes the boot which will
withstand the weight of a motor-
bus running over it. Mr. George
Denton, a manufacturer has ere-
ated a “safety shoe” with internal
toe-caps of spring steel. Weighing
two ounces, these caps will sup-
port a weight of three tons.

With attention to detail, Mr.
Harold Watkinson, Parliamentary
Secretary to the Board of Trade,
informs us that there were 29,000
foot injuries in 1950, most of them
in socecies ans works.

‘ost of these injuries could have “ : ‘ tame oh
been prevented if suitable foot TO enhance the infantryman’s prestige,
protection had been worn. as the official communique puts it, G.I.s can

The hew foot protectors would|now wear shoulder cords and light blue

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Thy Our Electrical & Dry Goods Departments
of careful investigation. The Girls’
School has been in use as a school
for at least a year, whereas as I

have said already the workmen

* * *
MAGISTRATE John Murtagh asked for

Robert Jacobs’s licence to drive a car. Jacobs will be closed for’ Annual Stock Taking: on:

had to be driven out of the Boys’ said that in 15 years of driving around New WEDNESDAY Sept. 24
School building just two days be-| York he had never bothered to get one.
fore the opening of the school. ‘ ‘ et : " 2

The Department of Education| Sentence: 30 days in a jail where prisoners }{{}- THURSDAY ‘ 25
os ro bear the ieee this | work. u

cism; BHO on ; ‘

responsibility of ‘the Public Sone UP above fashionable Park-avenue is to FRIDAY hit o
eS, nee a compari-
son ween esi
unworthy and unjust. ed skyscraper. Since shops drove wealthy SATURDAY peat

It is evident that the Director
of Education and his Deputy to-
gether with the whole of the staff
of Inspectors and Teachers con-
cerned had carefully prepared
the necessary conditions; other-
wise I am quite convinced that it
would have been impossible for
nve to have found both of these
schools working as smoothly and
effectively as I found them just
four days after their opening. Let
us criticise by all means but let us
give praise to whom praise is due,

Yours faithfully,

W. H. CARTER.

Dash Valley, St. George.
19th September. 1952,

More Pay

To the Editor, the Advocate,
IR,— The address intro-

duced into the House of Assembly

two weeks ago having as its object

Americans off Fifth-avenue they have lived
in luxury flats along Park-avenue. Now
they are gradually being driven from Park-
avenue by the great office buildings.

IN 1881 Union College gave a poor boy MONDAY Sept. 29
named Frank Bailey a free scholarship.
When he graduated he went to work as a
£3 a week office boy in a New York bank.
Yes, of course, you guess the rest—he rose to
be president. Now he repays the scholar-

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omen ice-cream is having a LOOK - these are your
hard time. An imitation made of vegetable

oil instead of milk is selling fast. And butter-|

went on to the Girls’ where I met a large increase wf ‘salary for its
the Headmistress who with her members should be condemned for
usual courtesy explained the full all that it is worth.
working of the school, and kindly Has the intreducer of the ad-
allowed me to remain and witness address considered for a moment

French child is expected to know
) great deal about Napoleon, The
American child cannot grow up
without learning about George

Washington. And even _ the the dismissal of the school for the the Starvation, Nakedness and Bad
Venezuelans — be it said to luncheon period. I stood at a van- Housing Condition, that is existing
their honour — teach their

tage point where I could see the in Barbados in this twentieth cen-
exit of both boys and girls from tury? Has he any regard to the
the school buildings, and watched Fiscal Survey of the island by Pro-
those who remained at school take fessor Beasley with his warning of

children about Simon _ Bolivar.
That is, of course, as it should
be. Is it not therefore right that

i i = ir-condition-
schools is | -18¢ another gleaming 26-storey air-condi

milk ice-cream, supposedly smoother and
richer in taste, ison the ways —*

THE Long family of Louisiana is really
swimming in front-page headlines, Dr.
George Long, a dentist, has just won a seat
in Congress in a by-election. “His brother,








KEEP THESE

Insist on = z

we in this island should tell our
cahidren about Prescod and
Reeves, Greaves and Charles
Duncan O'’Neale? That, I respect-
fully submit, is not parochial. It
is now generally accepted that
history should be taught as an
enlargement of experience—that

lunch, I have never seen better
discipline and more orderly be-
haviour at any school, secondary
or’ elementary.

I paid a visit to these schools to
see for myself if the critics who
complained about the untidy con-
dition of the Boys’ School on the





Senator Huey (“Kingfish”) Long, started the HANDY ANCHOR PRODUCTS
reckless spending? long parade to Washington. .When Huey was Ox engee Anche’ Maites

nthe work of the House during | assassinated ‘by a disappointed job-holder,

resent se e : . :
conspicucus; and therefore. does) his widow took his Senate seat. And at
not at ari nceee in salary| Istanbul, Russell Long has just swum the 500-
mbers, Te is no yard Bosphorus from Turkey to Asia Minor.

denying the fact, that the most
the House is doing in these days} LEO DUROCHER manages the New York

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the children should learn about opening day were really justified j. 7 vot; i : ] Sardines og x
their own environment and pro- in their criticism. . Siete’ See wl rh Giants Baseball Club. And they are trail- Meakbani F.

ceed from the known to the un- I! am sure that if these critics Gog heip us ener the Brooklyn Dod ight : in tile or your
known—that they learn of the returned today they would For members to get into the AS She SSG VOrEtemee” Gener acs

contributions made by the artist, ashamed of their hasty, unjust and 445.56 to talk about the status of| National League race—a heavy handicap TODAYS Overseas
the scientist, the philanthropist unreasonable criticism. the Barbador ph paettn Pe th n’ d *

and the reformer not only to the 1 am a Barbadian and cherish 2° (Oot A008 GUee fe Legista RORY LHe: Peagen. # ent. SPECIALS

outside world but to their own our old institutions which have 85 Compared wit Tete vaalniGteten shes tist signee coherent . eee Parcel
little community, Only in this done good work in the past, even ‘res of Trinidad = os is 4 e eo has just signed /a new ¢ PAC Rue e fe eae

way can they appreciate that though they may not have ad- ae aie en oem ag Oh the} With a pay boost. His -new salary ix Gkerits 0 obaia per 1k Sugar
pitiery is = oreeae, peor Fee eT eee tin tegour political status of Barbados com-|estimated at from 50,000 to 65,000 dollars Arrowroot

of some of these new ideas; buf
we must not allow our prejudices
against these new ideas to blind
our vision, and cause our criticism
to savour of ignorance rather than
of knowledge,

the changes which are taking
place in the world to-day, in their
own island, their own town or
village are all products of the
past; Our ehildren would then
come to learn that they are mem-



pares most favourably and even
surpasses that uf the two men-~
tioned colonies, but what we are
up against is not political status,
but economic resources.

Can we in a year that has all



(£17,800 to £23,000) a year.
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Unemployment is down almost to its lowest

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bers not of an isolated group but
of a world society.

Would it not be appropriate
for the historian of the future to

One of the criticisms levelled appearance to be a drought year
against the Boys’ School was its double the salaries of our mem-
unprepared and disorderly condi- bers of the House of Assembly?
tion, so much so that not even a Do members remember the long
bit of chalk could be obtained. drawn out debate that took place
introduce the Barbadian child to To justify the apparent soundness cver the increase in salaries for
the world humanitarian move- of this criticism a comparison was ¢xperts
ment after the first World War made with the Girls’ School. This ments?

by telling him of the magnificentis where the criticism shows a lack L. B. BRATHWAITE,

and heads of depart-/planes, tanks, guns, and ammunition set a

point since the war’s end. Industrial pre-
duction is bounding. Steel output is up to

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APPEAL DISMISSED WITH COSTS Someones

Court Of Error Rules ~~
No Jurisdiction

HIS LORDSHIP THE CHIEF JUDGE, Sir Allan Col-
lymore, Kt., in the Court of Error, yesterday, dismissed
with costs the appeal of Hilary and Iretha Chandler,
husband and wife, against the decisior® of Mr. S. H. Nurse,
Petty Debt Judge, District “E”, who ordered them to pay
£10 damages plus costs for trespassing on the land of
Gladys Beckles. This decision had n confirmed by
Mr. Justice H. A. Vaughan and Mr. Justice A. J. Hanschell
in the Assistant Court of Appeal.

Seminar In
Jamaica A

The appeal was dismissed on
the ground that the Court of Er-
ror had no jurisdiction over the
matter, it being only empowered
to hear appeals on points of law,
which were not set out in the
appeal.

The case was first heard in the
District “E” Petty Debt Court S
before Mr. Justice S. H. Nurse on
the 9th July 1951 when judgment uccess
was given for the respondent
Beckles in the sum of £10, the _ Tie Seminar held in Jamaica
amount claimed, and cost to the £f0m September 1—17 was for the
extent of £1 6. 0. This decision #UrPose of considering how adult
was confirmed by the Court of ©ducation could contribute to











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Chief Judge
Strikes Out
Appeal Case





His Lordship the Chief Judge, |
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in the}
Court of Error lay struck}
out for want of osecution the
appeal ff Samuel Steed ind
allowed to remain in force the
decision of the Judges the
Assisiant Court of Appeal who
reversed an earlier decision of the
Petty Debt Court and entered
judgment for Carlyle Headley for
£10, plus costs

Steed died before the Appeal in
Error w heard, and when the
matier was called) on the 8th
Septemter, His Lordship pointed

out that “if



no executor, adynin-
istrator or other representative of
Steed appeared contir the
appeal, the decision of
of Appeal would rem
No representative
terday morning

appe
The case was first heard in the

to ue
the ¢

in in force

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na a Petty Debt Court before Mr
Appeal on the 17th December, ©@tibbean development. Emphasis A. J: H. Hanschell. Headley
1951. was laid on the fact that educa- claimed £10 damages, alleging L
Yesterday morning the appel- tion was development and that that on October 28th 1949, Steed OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
lants appeared unrepresented pore territories could not afford : ; scld him a cow for £10. 8. 4. for
white the respondent Gladys to waste their human or material MEMBERS of the local Jewish Community congregated at the house of Mr. 8. Altman for réligious butcher’s meat on a warranty ort
Beckles was represented by Mr resources, . services in commemoration of their 5713th New Year. Celebrations begati at 6 p.m. on Friday November Ist of the same vear
1 We “4 sihechan , It was organised by the De- evening and continued until Sunday evening the same hour. an re : r
D. H. L. Ward, instructed © by par : that if the cow was condemne A.G. SPALDING & BROS. LTO:
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici- of the Uineaieke Dene a PE 9 eRe ae kas hows 7.7 Deal. re ay . ra he would refund the money. The macs iaaticae Lda tight Adee aiccdaiensh eddies’ dgmmbanmlanenl "i
“oT , Nn ota Mad West Indies, the Jamaica Agricul- / VY Foy ted 8s. the. public’ market am }
The two appellants did not ar- tural Society the Jamsica octal I > before being slaughtered Ht
rive in the Court until after the Welfare Commissio t m ; Headley refused to be non-|}}
matter had been called, and when ative Department of Tne ae Man Found Dead ; - y, suited and judgment was entered } rain
His Lordship inquired for their Education Department of Jamaica MIS ADVENT URE for Steed. Headley appealed. In|} YOU LL
Counsel, they intimated that they with the assistanc; of UNESCO: In Gutter 4 the court of Appeal Their |{
had retained Mr. W. W. Reece, the Government of Jamaica and Honours Mr. G. I Taylor |}
yn Solicitor Geel but on OE Erm Council, About 3.45 a.m. on Septem- A NINE-MAN JURY yesterday returned a verdict oi ona = H. A oe saveres BE
urther = inquiry r. eece in- e€ programme was arranged ber 21 the dead body of Henry se . sative at? : ; . the decision of the Petty ebt
formed the Court that he was not in consultation with snalebect of Forde (69) of Silver Hill, death by ene adventure in _ ee nee oe: David Judge and entered judgment f y win
appearing in the case. the University of Puerto Rico and | Christ Church was found in a stances surrounding the deat “4 of 4-year-olc avid Headley for £10 and costs in tha DELIGHTED
No Legal Point with the Adviser on Social Wel- | gutter on Cane Vale Road, St. Trotman of Butlins Tenantry, St. George, before His Court and the Court below
His Lordship explained the ieee = oe for De- Wee acta das aebaiiadncnttnes Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. Obituary: \ o
c sitio 2 sg ts, Vi ment an elfare in the i : rae ; g . . i 7° ‘ ‘ :
pointing out thet “the weee had West Indies. was performed by Dr. E. L. David Trotman was detained at the General Hospital 3} New Arrivals in our Cosmetic Dept.
been started since December last . Miss Ibberson who returnea | Ward who’ attributed death to suffering from burns on. his body on August 26 but died MRS. G. BISPHAM
year, and asking them to give tAgh yomeiee last week told the — causes, namely, heart four days later. Dr. K. B. Poe who pres ba At the age of 88 Mrs. Gertrude | AYERFAST — The Lipstick that L-a-s-t-s
their grounds of appeal. vocate” yesterday that the : post mortem examination on August 31 at the General} Bispham of Long Gap, Spoone: By Harriet Hubbard Ayer
# shi nae ad Seminar was a notable i : {il!, was lz > res the West
His Lordship after reading the ; success. ospital Mortuary, attributed d -| Hill, was laid to rest at the We
dunia oF Pp a pote he t The Seminar was fortunate in H P - ys: attributed earn to pneumonia’ follow | bury Cemetery yesterday atte | Went Dry — Won't Smear — Won't Leave Tell Tale Traces
Judg reason for arriving a
: ms : gathering together ; ing extensive burns on the body. vann weg ene
their decision, informed the ap~ fap, ee ge xi a number of 9 noon before a large gatherin
ag a ee ‘ epresentatives o international : icl ore timo of the life} IVIS e » . Y
pellants that there’ was no legal Cybanicutions fnek yi ational 6 Adele’ On. _ two wisnesses told the Court dhelt reversed the decision of His| “Rich bore testimony of the I INVISIBLE HAIR NET LACQUER
volved, ¢ ‘ sed th ng Mr. Soren ; ; ; | she lived. lastic S
cat at , ge ae ly € sen, a representative of Point-Four a that while David Trotman was in Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting! ~ Mrs, Bispham was a worshipper in Plastic Squeeze Bottle
appeal With Costs agains * Programme of U.S.A., Mr s the house of Etheline Rudder on Police Magistrate of District “A”| - e Whitehall Brethren Chu : i ¥ ”
, Setting out the reason for at- Bowers, Head of the Fundamental alaen ' rip August 26, a pan of boiling water who fined Cecil Green of Dash eg aga ariog ~ ciale iia’ tee NAILOID — “New 5 in 1 Manicure
Judges of the Assistant Court of Baucation ‘Division of UNESCO, : taken to the General Hospital Valley, St George 8/- and 1/-) confined to bed and so was unable |} — PWISSORS — Scissor-Handle Tweezer
“al "he ax! raped teat Puerto "T\ Wi t Ind Nt ea meatanate or eee costs for allowing the car X—157) to be active. She was generall wr == SCISSOr-ceangle yeezers
ee ee ae facts of the Rico, regional representative of O es 1es JEWELLER FINED to be on McGregor Street, a! known a. “Mammie” by many of EYE LASH CURLERS
Saied tle e. Pee tae cae UNESCO and Miss E. Haglund of Re Reet restricted area, for the purpose of} her neighbours and friends and ie ees th eran na
= ve Uae? Sent . F.A.O. ‘From Our Own Conrespondent) His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, Picking up passengers on March| Was loved by them. e
wk sa Conk a geese] oe delegates were taken for a LONDON, Sept. 22. Police Magistrate of District a” 8. She was predeceased, by het { \ _
o e Assistant Court o: ppeal number of field trips to see the The Sun Adele, a 5,000-ton ship he pied 4 Side: Their H rs ismiss husband 30 years ago, and leaves} KNIf Hl I [D
yh Sade cae “ nian ; ’ ’ sterd: 2 acl . FESS, 1eir onours lismissed the} husband ¢ yea igo, ang ome
three roods, _34 perches of land rural reconstruction of various owned by Saguenay Terminals, Desens at tt Poe ‘eB te oe case without prejudice, Mr. 7. E | to mourn their loss ntany children, | A r : PHOENIX PHARMACY
Sr ata ee ck ne eee and | crganizations. makes her maiden voyage to the paid in two “months or three Brancker appeared on behalf of] Prand-cfldren and great grand-| SE SS
At that time, there was on the Judging by their comments, visit- West Indies to-morrow. She has P° a a Ae Gti: pad Bheans Mic eles eae a entdrans — SZ
land board and s hous Ne ~ : months’ imprisonment with hard Green, The case was brought by
and a board and shingled house ors received the impression that assenger accommodation for },; > the larce ailee : hie ae :
belonging to the appellants, and the work was based on a realistic Oeelve dna‘n | apbbe Guten ae -~ es aeasety a, a go pa ree of Traffic Branch,| OCDE DDI D DELLE SIA EOTETE 9
: : ’ ie nt s of one gold bangle anc 2/6, the Central Station. *s
making efforts to abtainand ver effered ah examtle nt peoesand Knots. She will serve the islands propert. of Miss Janne Baldine : JUST IN TIME {3 S
: : “ ei Pe ae : of the Eastern Caribbean. The offence was committed on ON PROBATION 1%
be 2 that ane possession to, which, on slender resources. Her first port of call will be August 18. Cpl, Nurse arrested ~—-—— \% SPECIAL x
poi entitled under her convey- Atter soon Crewe. oud Barbados and from there she will Burgess. pe Worship Mr, G, B. Griffith \3 x
ance, , th st week, the Confer- o Trinida ish Guiana, cting Police Magistrate of Dis- | \ r ¢
Soon after she bought the land, ence divided up into four groups got tnidad ‘and Betis oe £5 FOR WOUNDING trict “A” yadberday siaced 18- 18 STOCK-TAKING OFFERS— R
=~ sense ae ne ee in = fe ener (1) communications of Hot -ameagemneatedeaite) vee id forthe YOW-0ld Neville King of Peterkin ix x
rigina urisdiction to have the ideas wi Special reference to * ° ne of £5 to be paid forth-'T nq st, Michael on probati fi SEED— Ms
house removed and her applica- vee. and the use of visual aids; C.D.C. Controller In with or two months’ imprisonment 12 baths pie stenting 5 ger ‘3 %
ws was Secu ‘ Ag eh iy? y sane © The Role with hard labour was imposed es dhave and a steel scraper, carpen- 8 %
The appellants thereupon re- © Co-operative Movement in ". 22-year-old domestic servan : : aa gy shai 7 1% . .
placed the house on the land, and Adult Education and (4) Tha@ B.W I. Gets Transfer Louise Brathwaite of Bank Hall, pr Pe ah i to Leon Fostex “SEEDS THAT |S 5 Only 22 in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES x
in January this year, the re- A ame Library in a oye (From Our Own Correspondent) St. Michael yesterday when she The offence was committed on SUCCEED ” |} I EAI NI x
spondent made another such ap- se groups presented their re- leaded guilty before His Worship « See a te >i rs ‘ TO CLEAR—ONLY $5.00 EACH .
plication, and the house was once sewed iS ny ee on KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mr. G. B. Griffith of wounding ae src ce Is %
more ordered to be removed. pee ey : Sept. 22. Emmanuel Mayers on his face Con lite. Ritntie ae % %
ae , ; . 22, é ayers . entral Police Station prosecuted % %
Nevertheless the appellants have , The Conference was very for- sr 2 vg ee si rith ¢ , fe bync ; } ‘4 J ' tue Ut] ¢ W >
dinis ames “ house, and tunate in its Chairman, Mr. Nor~ Abitae Oak ee with a pen knife for the Police, Reet. ¢ wuneen § oreo, 3 6 Only ‘ SOLO SPRAYERS %
have also depastured stock on Man G. Fisher, Chief Education troller of C.D.C., i at . British Mayers told the court that while s . Parsley, Onion, Leck, Pep- N18 op ovr ; roe
the. land Officer, Manchester, who was wos: Redial nari British .. his way home on September Diamond nus ars' 7” , and 50 other |i THE ONE-MAN SPRAYER WHICH SPRAYS ON BOTH THE §%
Their defence is that they are °l0S¢ly associated with the setting ndles 5. diving up his 97 about 2 Brathwaite came LOUIS L, BAYLEY per, Thyme, and oo ower ii UP AND DOWN STROKES, IDEAL FOR TREES, VEGE- &
So because the land UP of the Cambridgeshire Village Ch@tge of the West Indies region 2) {bout 2 p.m. Brathwaite cam Th eeecee os kinds of Flower and Vege- 11/% TABLE AND OTHER GARDENS ¥
entitled to do so because the land Coneges and later held a seniee corporation in the next few UP to him and after they had a| Bolton Lane table Seeds. i$ Hi ert oT >
still belongs to the female defend- . ges and later held a senior month A aw disagreement she cut him on hi 12 >
; , : : position in Army Education, Mr. S on transfer to another i i nt t | } $11.00 EACH ¥
ant Iretha Chandler, but in the Pichapauis - ; v i £ face with a pen knife. He went to H i% . ' ‘.
i : s ;, Pisher’s wit and wisdom were un- "gion corporation. i BRUCE WEATHERHEAD | :
light of the foregoing evidence, it failing, He is staying on in Anderson returned to Jamaica tR¢ General Hospital and the S. P. He A ee % 8
Me ae g. ‘ Owes dvam . %
hin dae ta that it is a Jamaica to bring out the final on Saturday after a week’s tour Cen a ee nie St vk k LTD x B D :
The trespass i¢ a contumacious "®POTt of the whole Conference. of British Guiana and Trinidad in '"° oes sialiad be Fe timer ay Bp cate 2 Nite SPs ehaee: | , IR CAGES—assortep STYLES AND SIZES
o . ~ 7 roan see ha
one, and we think that the de~ to igy Un, Of the report will be the interest of the Corporation DECISION REVERSED pe cee eee eee oe \\
ciaien of the C A t el e de- to lay down programmes and In British Guiana he concluded hice titniniet able | the Wha ere aa: AKER E, Nis Also sold at “THE Flower {}\) PRICES FROM $4.77 TO $9.24 x
District Petty Debt Cc 3 ng i make practical suggestions for final arrangements for a $6,250,000 “In the Assistant Court of Appeal foe onmentiel Lee the gomfort of Shop” Aquatic Club Gap }))}
be: firmed.” ourt) should work in the subjects studied; it loan for the rice development cor- esterday Their Honours Mr, H. A your animal, a eke
e confirmed, ebouid be of use to the region as_ poration. acne and Mr. A. J. H. Han- PFS =
a whole. As the Conference pro- a ee ene

gressed, it became evident, not
only that many problems found
in our British territories are
shared by others in the Caribbean,
notably Haiti, but that even where
racial structure is different as in
Puerto Rico, questions of tech-
nique are the same.

work re- The Conference was remarkable
morning for its unity and good fellowship
a wet and should be a precursor of reg-
week-end. The crew of the ular regional meetings on adult
schooner “Rainbow M.” was at education. 7
work unloading the cargo which The Government of Jamaica
the vessel had brought to the Welcomed the delegates at a cock-
island on Saturday morning from tail party given in the Myrtle
St. Vincent. The cargo included Bank Hotel and the Governor in-
copra, vegetables, limes, machin- Vited them either to a luncheon
ery and pumpkins. Similar work ©'_4 dinner party at King’s House.

Work Resumed On
Waterfront ‘After
Wet Weekend

On the waterfront,
commenced yesterday

rather vigorously after

which was also stopped by the _ Messrs Nathan put on a special
rain was in progress on the exhibition of Penguin books and
schooner “Henry D. Wallace”, Prints and gave a party for the

Seminar at Maryfield. The dele-
gates enjoyed a day’s bathing ‘at
Laughing Water by. the courtesy
of Mr. Simpson of Bromley and
had tea at Tower Isle Hotel by
the courtesy of Mr. Abe Issa.
Each visiting delegate was assign-
ed to the special care of a Jamai-
can and much private hospitality

which came into port on Friday.
The Philip H. Davidson was
also unloading the remainder of
its cargo which it brought from
Demerara during the past week.
Besides its cargo of rice and char-
coal which was unloaded last
weck, the Davidson also brought



































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Among many other useful items we have just received
the following—

| Socket Screws, Brass Door Brass Flush Bolts, Key-
jolts, Cupboard Catches, | Britton MMaaons, TH
} W.C. Seat Hinges, Rings.

“STANLEY” HAND AND BREAST DRILLS, SINGLE
AND DOUBLE PLANE IRONS, SOCKET FIRMER %















x os 3 CHISELS AND GAUGES.

\e ————— eo ————————— Sooo 8
Bs HARRISON’S Hardware Dept.
% Dial 2364 or 3142 3
LMA APRA AM sents









| SAVE
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a quantity of wallaba posts was enjoyed as a result, a i)
which were being unloaded yes- —— ~~~ an rece es B t baal y
terday morning. for British Guiana and Dominica Cat @ i}
respectively. ' 1g" t
FOUR SHIPS ARRIVE Pik daunpielind vassits were the ; i CHECK OUR
Wiis atthe aenteaee Shi steamships Kallada for Cuidad a$ ) , ‘ » 4
nea Ships arrived in Portiudel Trujillo, the Planter for Trin- th VARIETY TODAY
2 reek- . y : ’ oa tania tbe OW
the s.s. Cottica which arrived idad, the Sunwhit also foi i} Be ie a a Usually NOW
: '» Trinidad and the Canadian Con- n BARKY DRIED FRUIT SALAD — per pkt, $ .39 — § .32
from Madeira, the ss. P. & T. aac 8 s Domi oi ))) COCOMALT per tin 1.40 =— 1320
Pathfinder from Trinidad, the “tructor for San Domingo ll : ; ee )) || CARRS CREAM CRACKERS pertin 1.64 — 1.30
my. B r.tta irom Belize and the route to eae ee insleleae ana DINNER SETS — 40 Pieces (Old English Yellow = $25.26 i}} CANADIAN SARDINES per tin 20 — 17
m.y. Trois Islets from Cayenne, Unload a whe eae . ” " vw, (Green & Silver) 27.67 {| jf] CONDENSED MILK pertin .32 — 30
The Fre vessel Trois Islets "U™ from ‘this port. ni - 40 " (Blue Band) ...... 30.82 ( * eee 4
is consigned to R. Ml. Jones Lid. op, B, RADAR IN CAREENAGE ns t 40 (Cottage Green) 38.76 i} ll eincwede te samatalbeceend ow Mt tie 0. Sab
while the Baretta is consigné o _— - — = ee i PRUNES per Ih $ 58
DaCosta & Co. The motor coaster “T, B. Ra- . . : : 31.00 ii P NES *
The ss. Cottiea which arriv- dar” which wee somes into. Car- BREAKFAST SETS 60 Pieces—in Blue & Pink \ RAISINS ber t» 43
rom Madeira br - lisle Be , * > . reel :
a ae i the is aa ie cane i082 eieae “Grifting off i is TEA SETS — 16 Pieces—(Blue Band) 10,95 hi GLAC E ¢ HERRIES . a 2 ~
consisted of 1,525 crates of pota- now lying in the Cursenage. his ” ” (Cottage Green) 15.37 } aio Almonds) ae 3 > phir ‘oR
toes, 680 crates of onions, 100 vessel was anchored off the Har- , ae v ss anc. * nah Of, 18
bags of split pe 100 cases of bour Police jetty since that time. COFFEE SETS “h hee Veen any ssi oa 1) a (Silver Balls) Ban 5 2
milk powder, 25 cases of cheese, ‘. . - - ‘ ictorian AS NUT MEG penal. ‘o4
337 cartons of ' condensed etl, LUMBER ha - ‘ 15 % (Cottage Green) 10.82 PEANUTS ; per th 48
1,312 cartons of bottled beer, ; ‘ ed i P > ‘ CG 1G ~ t. Al
cases of tinned ham, 50 cases of tna tolote during the post week IS INDIVIDUAL PIECES MAY BE PURCHASED BRIDAL ICING SUGAR poe pat. a
~h eggs and 50 bags of linseed. » onset 7 a BRIDAL CASTER SUGAR oer = :
ne vessel 1s consigne S. F. experienced, Lumber of a inds )) Ce es aa ae * 61
aE Se Casta aE van feateteS, ah Cte CAVE SHEPHERD I || See ee eres aia Por Soe
command of Captain M. F. Van j..mpberyards. Last week the price nl ‘ { JR'S AL & I STE ... botil 33
gles \ a Sc "N & HAM PASTE per bottle
Deum. of diuaded war Soweeed’ eh. aoa FREE with ev ery Complete Set & C0. LD ARMOUR'S CHICKEN & HAM PAS wer botite 39
JESSELS y places. OU 'REEN 7 : ui MPERIAL FRANKFURTERS per tin
SIX VESSELS LEAVE Siete ieidte: -inkinsdats’, tes Purchased a SOUP TUREE! i
There were six departures over expected to arrive in the island

s
the week-end. Two schooners left near the end of the year. It is ex- will he
port on Sunday, the Frances pected that when these boats ar-

Smith and the Confident I. G. rive, fur siding will be available.






given.

10, 11, 12,

. ») COCKADE FINE RUM
pals | || STANSFELD SCOTT & Co., Lid. |
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952
SS ee a ee a a TT a ES LL

(emer

CLASSIFIED ADS. | PUBLIC SALES [—————— ian Wel Weekend | SEIPPING NOTICES


















































ie M. Jordana, M. Jordana, M. Jor Following one of the wettest
TELEPHONE 2508 REAL dana, C. Puig, © Foladore, M. Fola@ week-ends of the year the
SRR ES' TE dore, BR. Mazo, D. Mago, A. Paschen, : " : ? 5336 - - HOSS
TA A AND AIR M. Paschen, D. Baums, H. Baums, 7) Weather returned somewhat to cians ms
DIED FOR SALE hepatitis iacenipsinnetpansamensentntdtilioatieninenssitiiss Prestegaard, ©. Prestegaard, C. Web- norma! with thermometers regis-
= “CRANE HOUSE" situate in the parish ber, M. Mueller, C. Davies, A. Leak. {ering 86.5° in the shade yester- :
‘ - ns 9: of Saint Philip standing on 12 acres From Trinida: ao : . + The M.V MONEKA”™ will ac-
BASCUMBE—On September 22nd, 1952, 1 rood and 22 perches of land. SEPTEMBER 21 day. cept Cargo and Passengers for
Son aah oh ee a The House contains six bedrooms. draw- G. Carr-Brown, M. Cart-Brown, B Cool breezes from over the sea Dominica, Antigua. pains t,
x ro. @ : : ing, 4 Carr-Brown, A. Carr-Brown A.. Cagr- “e si e: Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing day
te Hall, St. Michael. 8 4.30 p.m AUTOMOTIVE ae I i Brown. A. Martin, G. Goldie, R. Majn- seduced the intensity of the Diss ; ; 3 1%h inst
today. for the Westbury Cemetery. a) : ~~ | The above will be set up for sale at n Carlisle Bay got, B. Bayne, C. Bayne, D. Bayne considerably, thereby affording No appetite? No pep? The
“Gertrude Bascombe (wife), Vesta. CAR—One Morris @ H.P. Just repaired | public Competition on Friday the 26tn|_,SChooners:— Mary M. Lewis, DiOrta>, J. Cramer, N. Cramer, B. Gill, F. Pau some relief from the hot sweltes- rich, blood-building proper- The M.V. “CARER: will
Evelyn, Rita and Loulge ‘Banfield] tyres and Battery as new and is in|gay of September 1952 at 2 pm. at the|®#inbow M., Henry D. Wallace, Anita 4. ing weather of a few weeks ago : Scent. Camo. and: Pamgeisers | Ss
nieces! Sydney Banfield (nephew.) } 00d working condition. Phone 4175 office of the undersigned. Ps ©\H. Gita M.. Cyril E. Smith Philip , #&. Carr, V. Work le i ties of YEAST-PHOS will Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
-~——-___ — o= —20.9.52—3n. CARRINGTON & SEALY Davidson, Amanda T., Franklyn D. #. @@% ‘Watson, J. McLean N. Hoy- people and shoppers hew- ‘restore lost energy and will Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
KIRTON—MRS. LOURSA_KIRTON (bet ——_—__-— ——— veces Siveet, | Motor Vessels:— Blue Star, Velvet Lacy” land, EB. Thomas ever prepared themselves for amy . . day 26th inst
ter known. os “Pigs — Kirton")| CAR—Austin A-40 late 1951 Model Te s| Ricardo Arias, T. B. Radar “** From Grenada: further break in the weather, and . keep you fit!
mother of Mrs. Mary Griffith. Her] Gear-shift in steering, 5,000 miles. Can ; ” ARRIVALS SEPTEMBER 21. carried their rain coats and um- >) B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
funeral leaves the residence of John} be seen at Eckstein Bros. 22.9.52—5n |, Black Rock. Wall house| ™.V. Baretta, 859 tons from Belize, 0. Minors, A. Minors, A. Hornby, » ono. \_y aah PHOS ASSOCIATION (INC.)
— Consignee, Tele. No. 4047

A. Griffith for the Pilgrim Holiness{ —-————————————__-. be or pnagpenagy-
Church Garrinaton’s Village at 4.199 GAR — One Ford Prefect Car 1961. stagding on 8% Acres arable land e0n- | DiCosts & Cote Aeenis:— f° Williams, A. Branard
and renee the a” deans a mer driven 7,400 miles. As new ing rooms, 3 bedrooms Toilet, Baih S.S. Cottica, 2,312 tons, from Madeira, From Antigua:
John F Griffith randso"\),J/ Owner bought new car. Ring 8115 or|Kitehen, breakfast room and 2 store.|U®der Captain M. vanDeum. Agents:— SEPTEMBER 19
Maude Nurse, Audrey Kirton,] 4621. 20.9.52—3n. | rooms. Govt. water and electric light. |5:_P: Musson & Sons. : :
Phéae SS. P. & T, Pathfinder, 4,671 tors, ams, M. Martin.

A. Mahew, M. Humphrey, S. St. Louis,

GENERAL TONIC



(daughters), William Weekes (son', B. Savoury, H. Savoury, E. Wiili-

Doris. Kirton (Grand-daughter) and] MOTORCYCLE—One (1) § H.P. twin| = {3;7Ull Pipes and stock pens





































































































































































































































































































































































































two Great-grands. ar oer B.S.A. Motorcycle. Good con- Fred Carmichael 243 23.9.52—2n SoS a. = A. Aithen, Agents: For DEPARTURES ay sil ioaiisielieneiais scnnantyhnaisieeacnaliinaniatalaainmn
» & 52—In i : n — fs ‘ Puerte Rico:
oe eee Man, Oa, SSM |e BORE GF LAND. Situated ot Car | .,M.V- Roots diets, 108, tone, trom Cay Pe. t ,
: Daa Sen cielaonsettre thainn seen: ee. St. James. Containing partly built | 2°"; el eee Zeeentar, Agents: Wm. Ford, €. Giarke, D. Binge. 8 Steamship 0
x i ¢ Bungalow, x . Apply Car- |" . , * Hinds, B. ten, M Watson, E. nik-
rOR RENT $4000 00 Ban eed GTS ge ton Trucks [dinal Jackman, Crystal Springs, St DEPARTURES lyn, BR. Waterman, Gt Yearwood, St. "
iP O.H.V. Engine, large all etect cab, james — 91-54. 21.9.58—en.| §-S- Kallada 4 Cuidad Trujillo. yn, Be Yaw, S. Yearwood, L.
auxillary gear box for cane ground work. S.S. Sunwhit for Trinidad. - Sainte ARRE VALS Sne.
Hydro-Vac brakes, helper springs, , \ > 3
__ | gbaarbers all" round. "Son be supped |POMMLEC NOTICES |voming Comustor tor San|Frem Puce Bee cBER 10 CANADIAN SERVICE
SABES PLANTATION HOUSE—S:.| FORT ROYAL GARAGE UTD ae Contident yO, for, Dominica. P. Seale, E. Massiah, C. Redman,
Lucy, ideally’ situated a A. G.| Telephone 4504. 18.9.52--5n. NOTICE Guiana » Smith for British 7. nee W. Redman, R. Payne, J. SOUTHBOUND
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St ames or y ereira .
ae > a . . Ste: Sails Sails Arrives
N. E Husbands, Crab Hill, St, Lucy ELECTRICAL parthE PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH J Sea li = Stontroal Halifax Besbedes
ilgili tatiana Offic clo on Wed- we ‘ARNETA"” September 12th September 16th September 28ta
en sani ate - —— |nesday, 24th September. In Touch With Barbados . ; 30th Octot uth October 16th
FLAT & HOUSE—Fully furnished, St. BATTERIES—“Reliance” Batteries ali Signed A. T. KING ‘ DEPARTURES ' TYRA E September 30th October oO) E 2
# sizes, hi i aoa . . “ALCOA PURITAN” Qetobe 15ta October 19th October 30th
Lawrence on-Sea. Phone 3. ae sine Haney Ooty. 20P SA7%s MARRS 00. ro Seen, For Trinidad: “ | Coastal Statiop “KIM” : Octeber 28th November ist swovember 12t
os wi Cycle Batteries guaranteed 12 months 1.9, 52— kwood, kwood indies
FLAT—Modern, exclusive sea-side F'at.| Electric Sales & Service Ltd. tee tord-Smith E. Mitford: Srnith G Man. advise that to os wow, cogeamoninele hore, $.S. Elin Horn, S.S. Gulf Strean NORTHSOEMD
For October, November, Fully furnished 20.9.52—3n NOTIC tns, P Martins, R. Rawlins, N. Hoyland, |with the following ships through thew §§, ‘Challenger, S.S. ' Ss | “KIM” —. Due Barbados — September 26th for ST. JOHN, N.B
Every home comfort including natural E ©. Grannum, ‘D Tnniss, G. Skeete, A. |Barbados Coast Station:— ss. i Esio| "ALCOA PARTNER” — Due Barbados October 10th for ST, LAWRENCE
gas, vlectricity and individual telephone.| DEEP FREEZERS—Coldrator 6 cu. {t. PARISDH OF ST. ANDREW Baddeley, Hi,” Sutton : * “- |'"S:S. Ariguani, S.S. Gertrud Schleiwen, Tindra, SS, 8, Monica/ RIVER PORE.
Near Bus stop. Telephone Maresol Beach | With guarantee, extra heavy insulation] “PPlications for the vacant posts of |/¥or Antigua: . $8. Triumphant, SS. Fresno Star, 3.3 Koyf, S.S. Colombie, 'S.S. : 8.8
Flats 8496 18,9.52—an. }and indicator lamps. Electric Sales & Seriicns at.Os. serioure Chapel apt at ‘SEPTEMBER 22 Gryfevale, SS. Romana/Hrde, S.S. ‘Koll- Hydra/Peuz, S.S, Oakhurst Skar - Apply :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
ease. et LL LLL LLL LOE ee ' one 4629. ape! receiv: ” *
HOL in Roebuck Street o wis y —20.9.52-—3n ae to vane, Sept. 24th. Por te nw ee ‘sa , dab mos. ss. hacer om ei n = Ss:
Cot “ Sh ,.58 en —- BB, OS Der month, Appieations Columbia Star, S.S.° Folke Bernadotte Bratsbers.
———— —_—____—___-— ELECTRIC TOASTERS —- “ ~|must be accompanied hy Birth a. , SS. Bn :
HILA BATHSHEBA. Beani: | line. Good quality fei binriei nates Health certificates, f “ hie! N oa t»,*; Me. NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
yaw, S0uy - FuCREeN' Seen Teoma rhea Serve TAG. Shand oA ecees eae a ‘Brathwaite, J” Missal a. S/S “ALCOA PURYTAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct
oe eee ‘aa Sop | Sn i, a |S Bote r GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ie et oe ona a FLUORESCENT Tubes, Starters, Ballasts, te ose—4n. — oe “MBER ‘ % NEW ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVICE
ens ——— ‘Holders. Best quality, iowest prices, in: | — et pine ee ee ; A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 1th Sept. arrives BARBADOS 2th Sept
MODERN HOUSE, Pine Hill, va-[candescent Ceiling Fixtures all types. |The Agricultural Aids Act, 1905.| «nignt ees ( umutieene y co A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 25th Sept. arrives BARBADOS llth Oct
friched, 2 bedrooms, Living & Brak |Blectric Bulbs, wire, switches and acces-} To The Creditars Holding Specialty | For Trinidad: A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 9th Oct. arrives BARBADOS 2th Oct
iON: M. “BLADON @ CO sories. Electric Sales & Service Ltd. Liens Against Rock Hall Plantation SEPTEMEER B.W1. CENTRAL SUGAR CANE BREHDING STATION |< STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS “rd Oct. uitives BARBADOS tinh Nov
eee 23. 9. 52-~In. ne ee * DAKE NOTICE ar we the owners eae ot prodance ae toe DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE
—— -—-| GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6.000|0f the above named plantation, are| For Trinidad: > . : — ICE
PLYMOUTH—Crane Coast, November] OHMS. Just received, limited quantity, about to obtain a loan of 210,000 unace| “SEPTEMBER 21 Agricultural Assistant, B.W.I. Central Sugar ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVIC
nd fro Sth Jan. to Jan. 3ist, 195 coll early. . Maffei & Co Ltd. « provisions of the above Act, agaist Cc. Leod, 5 i i }
‘— Satie ptoedeatir a the ‘a slaniation and = crops ot Burke "a Tackee, an seine R. Cane Breeding Station. aug baie OG re
‘ e $a antatio! to be Prev A gies er j
i NEW ARRIVALS from U.S.A. include | 1953. - ” en Fer Be saree Di Wars. Applications are invited for the post of Agricultural Assistant,
AN matic Mine masters Toasters, Waffle Sie ae ee NOONE SERED i EE ge ay te Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station, Department of Agri-
: * * . . . por .
fons & the new combination Steam anc} Dated this 23rd day of September,| Cavicchioni, E. Cavicchioni, A. Cavic- | culture,
ate ~ |Dry Tron; Secure one of these fine | 1952. chioni, A.’ Nicholls, BR. ‘Nicholls, K 2. The sal: ttached to th t is in the scale $1,200 x 72—| "~*~
ELP appliances from DaCOSTA & CO., LTD. W. T. GOODING, Nicholls, betas : I, e salary attac © the post 1s In s ,
oe _# _ | Beet, “Dept: Phone 67d. °° EH. PARMER, rr ARRIVALS $1,920 (E.B.) x 96—$2,592 per annum and the point of entry in the CANADIAN SERVICE
LOUNS LADY for aur Offiee. Know- | _ : 9% en. t sayy wee eae oencniin scale will depend on the qualifications and experience of the successful From Montreal, Halifax and St. John
Apply by letter. only. G. W. Hutchinson |, RETRIGERATORS —Cubie capacities 5. 28. 9 S2—m.} A. Morrah, V. Morrah, B. O'Toole s applicant, The post is not pensionable but after a year’s probationary Cerin oe Expected Abetval
& Co, Ltd. Box 264 18.9.52—4n | With guarantees. American, Canadian Soveshe Pa MeLean D. Noch M Bovell, service the officer may join a Provident Fund. Montreal Haitfax St. John Dates
3 * "|General Electric and Coldrator models. NOTICE D. Dougall, R. Lyder, D! Rust, 5 3. The successful applicant will be required to provide himself Bridgctown, Barbados
Electric Sales & Service Ltd Hobson, J. Boyle, P. Harley, C. Craw- 7 m.v. BRUNO . 11 Sept 16 Sept 18 Sept 20 September
MISCELLANEOUS —20.9.52—3n Pg FE eee ee eer y cord ey. with a motor car, a loan towards the purchase of which will be made | s.s. BLUEMASTER — 25 Sept. 90 Sept. 16 October
conan reatipipenaareanitettti i Dub! F , 2 a ; i 5,8. ‘ et 4 Oct 16 Oct 1 November
ORANGE PEEL cut in halves or| REFRIGERATOR —New American 7 OREN i Wits0N E Bitch, , Preece, M. Blackman, J e Ps Sous ‘eo Sareea steak those ae ae eae ss. A VESSEL .. 23 October 28 Oct 16 November
cuerters Helves or equivalent le. each * 3 ADOR. Courtesy Merry, J. Merry, J. Taylor, R. Mc-| ‘av’ officers ©: e Barbados Governme Service. mile,
[night's Ltd, (The Phoenix Pharmacy) }Garage. Dial 4616. 18.9.52—6n.| NOTICE 1s Cormick, M. Rodriguez, D. Eyre, 1.) all ill be paid tandard G t rat U.K. SERVICE
Ss. %. 8. dada HEREBY GIVEN that al! . . ; > 1.) allowance wi paid at standar overnment rates. gh -K. if :
iii Sialipaccieen c z RECORD CHANGERS— “Garrard” 3- WD ctlesting the cate’ ee ca en B Chown er ot = a re 4. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- pee rt a t Getanrcae “Li ~ l and Gl
" “o » y s hel . g 7 a s y y
ean aia entique, Cones aaa Or ries peewee ear or Ata. Seta Wilson late of Crane Road in the paris) I caine, an perience, together with COPIES of testimonials should be addressed m Newport, Swansea, Liverpool an asgow
f Mill ; ‘ a SEPTEM i , , : Sem te ay A cin goes pesto saat
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PAGE EIGHT





As 7th Series Ends

R. CRONEY
Wireless battin
innings

roing at
order scor

number four in

ed Hall on Saturday, the last day in the Seventh Round

of Intermediate Cricket

matches.
and three sixes in his 106 runs

Croney hit eight fours
Cable & Wireless defeated

Wanderers by the comfortable margin of an innings and

36 runs







Pickwick, The Barbados Regi
ment, Y.M.P.C. also scored outright
victories on Saturday over Wind
ward, Mental Hospital and Carl-
ton respectively. The wickets a
most grounds were tricky and
bowlers took full advantage ot
the opportunity

In the Cable & Wireless match «t
Boarded Hall, Cable & Wireles:
dismissed Wanderers on the first
day of play for 99 runs in thei
first innings and at the end of pl
of that day, Cable & Wireless had
replied with 120 runs for the lo
of six wicket

This re tt irried to 20%

uns fo loss of eight wicket
declared i Wanderers were

gain skittled out for 67 ims if
their second innings B. King cay

red six of the Wanderers wick-
ets for 26 ru ind Matthews one
for twe

At the Garrison, Barbados Regi

rent ing first on » first ¥
cored 115 runs and at the enc
play Mental Hospital had c
eight wickets for 36 rur On Sat-

le he concluded their first

t 49 runs. The Regiment

went on in their second inning
a scored 50 runs for the loss of
four wickets declared thus giving
them lead of 116 runs over the
Mental Hospital team. However
Ment Hospital were bowled out
for 48 runs in their second innings.

Y.M.P.C. BEATS CARLTON

At Y.M.P.C., Y.M.P.C. easily
defeated Carlton whom _ they
bowled out for 56 runs in their
first i reply to their
score of 138 run In their sec-
ond innings Y.M.P.C. declared

hen their score was 43 runs for
no cke ind then bowled out
Carl ) runs in their sec-
ond ventur

At Windward, Pickwick and
Windward made small scores. in
their first innings. Pickwick scor-
ed 59 and Windward 60 on the
first day of play. But on Satur-
day Pickwick stood up and scored

166 runs for
ets in their

the loss of four wick-
econd venture at the
wicket with B. DeL. Inniss unde-
feated th 49 and M. Lashley 40,
R. Farme who .bowled seven
overs for 14 runs took two of the



wickets.
In their second innings, Wind-
ward scored 125 runs, R. Atkinson

topscoring with 38 runs. O. Lashley
who bowled at medium pace took
eight of the Windward wickets for
41 runs in 12 overs,

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R w
i 17 § 55 4
r vi Seaby & 23
Branker 7 4 4
Lewi ; 14
Wiliams 2 7
) Maxwell 3 _ 14 1
*h Ulips 4a 1 15 1
PICKWICK vs. WINDWARD AT
WINDWARD
CICKWICK—Ist) Innings ca
WINDWARD — ist Innings wo

PICKWICK—nd_ Innings
Lashley stpd. (wk, Farmer) b
R Farmer 40



Green * lbw. b H. Farmer 15
Trotter «¢ K Farmer b R

Farmer 22

B. Del. Inniss not out 49

Greenidge c Wilkie b

R Farmer 19

Moore not out 4

Extras ¥

Total (for 4 wickets) 166

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo Mw R w

H M. Farmer 13 2 22 i
dD Wilkie 4 5
L. Greenidge 11 2 23
Thornton 9 2 23

R Farmer 7 1 4 2
R. Atkinson il 1 23

R. H Farmer 13 - aw 1
€ Evelyn 1 1 7
WINDWARD—2nd Innings
N. Thornton ¢ Lashley b O. Lash

ley 22

Evelyn ¢ Moore b O. Lashley 15

Atkinson b QO. Lashley 38

H. Johnson 6 O. Lashley



T. Farmer c Clarke b 9. Lashley 6
H. Farmer c & b O. Lashley 10
Cc. Evelyn b R. C.arke 1
R. Farmer b O. Lashiey 0
D. Wilkie c Inniss b O. Lashley 2
R. Farmer not out 2
I Greenidge absent 0
Extras 3
Total 125
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO ny R Ww
R. Clarke a 1 42 1
Oo. Lashley 12 1 41 8
E Moore 5 1 8
c White 2 1 )
G. Lewis 2 16
EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN AT
EMPIRE
Sr \RTAN-—-tst Innings tt

EMPIRE—Ist Innings (for 4 wkts.) 14
SPARTAN—tnd Innings

( Bleckman |.b.w b Wilkinson 4
ci Gittens not out 12

Wood |.b.w. b Wilkinson 1
S. Chase c Wilkinson b Prescod 3
i Matthews c Armstrong b Prescod 0
S$. Parris ¢ Armstrong b King It
Ww Temmott ¢ Hutchinson b King 0
Cc. Skinner b King 0
N Medford b King 0

W. Cumberbatch not out
B Morris Absent (
Extras

ac

Total (for 8 wickets) “48
WANDERERS vs. CABLE &
WIRELESS AT BOARDED
WALL
WANDERERS—Ist Innings

CABLE & WIRELESS
&. Matthews c Patterson b Ramsay 7

Ist Innings



The other &. MeKenzic 1.b.w. b Leach 3
wicket went to R. Clarke FE. Branker |.b.w b Toppin 10
; R. Croney not out 106
j ; » Knight I.b.w. b Patterson
_ Empire got points for a first j King © Marsh b Leach 19
intings lead over Spartan when « Seale stpd (wk. Robinson)
. 7 : 9
their match concluded at Empire b Toppin 19
Saturds Ss i E. Watkins c Mayers b Patterson 16
on Saturday. Spartan in their w smatt e¢ Alleyne b Proverbs 3
innings on the first day scored 111 T. Clarke not out 7
rums and ,at the end of play on ? Amie absent ¢
that day Empire had replied with extras a
136 runs for the loss of two Total (for 8 wickets) 202
wickets On Saturday the i a) -
a : “a hey ca BOWLING ANALYSIS
ried this score to 154 runs fo ° Mw R w
the loss of four wickets declared M. Proverbs 8 2 j
with their opening batsman RB. ? Leach 10 1 3 _
Bo t . ” * H. Ramsay 6 : 1
sourne topscoring with 79 runs, | Toppin 7 37 3
Spartan in their second innings P. Patterson 16 4 2
scored 48 runs for eight wicket WANDERERS—2nd = Innings
before rain prevented play. D. Alleyne c Matthew b King 23
|. Robinson ec Areher b Matthews 4
At Combermere, Combermere 8. Skinner ¢ Archer b Branker .
also got points for a first innings M Mayers ¢ King b Branker §
pr ? St innings 4 Toppin ¢ Croney b King 1
aead over Police, In their first M. Proverbs ¢ Croney b Branker 5
innings, Combermere sore 99) A. Seale c Watkins b King
runs i S i penned aa J. Marsh c Branker b King 1
ving anc on Saturday Police bat- j;\ Patterson 1.b.w. b King 1
ting the whole day, scored 215 H. Ramsay ¢ Seale b King 0
runs, ue 1 not out ‘ 5
S. Howard Extras ' ;

topscored with 32
runs while the next best score of
31 runs was knocked up by D.,
Pinder. B. Morris who opened
with M. Haynes scored 25 runs.

Bowling for Combermere §S
Smith and K. Branker took four
wickets each for 55 and 74 runs
respectively

COMBERMERE vs. POLICE AT
COMBERMERE







COMBERMERE ist Innings Mt
POLICE—Ist Innings
B. Morris ¢ Smith b Branker 2
M Hayne c Maxwell 13
C. Griffith ec Smith b B 18
“1 Howard e¢ Williams b Smith 32
1. Warr cB b Smit
E. Denny ec Lewis Smith 5
G Sha Gia " A H
: 8
¢ Le b B Ker 16
B Innis b Branker 28
D ot out 31
G Sealy b Maxwell lt
“4
Tot 215

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Leeward Islands
‘Tournament Opens

(From our own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 22.

teams from Montser-
rat, St. Kitts and Nevis are here
for the ' Leeward Islands tour-
nament. In threatening, overcast
weather, a large crowd assem-

Cricket

bled at Amtigua’s recreation
grounds to-day to witness the
opening match, St. Kitts vs.

Nevis on a soft wicket.
At 3.15 p.m. a heavy down-
pour flooded the grounds and
the cloSe of play score was
Nevis 49 for six wickets,



‘Time

RECIPES

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No BOTHER=:
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Sree

4 "TEAMS SCO
Batsmen Fall Cheaply 1 ws.

‘ed 106 runs not out in the, first
for Cable & Wireless against Wanderers at Board-

: : ; " i : g i i 20 and Bourne
pierced it regularly with some ad a match analysis of nine for man 22, Pinheiro 2 :
‘beautifully executed forebant 59 against Erdiston and Kirtor 18 not out. Combermere thus
smashes, and there was one fore- 0f Empire also had a matcrt won by an innings and 10 runs.
hand smash in the closing stages analysis of nine for 38 against . ‘ .

of the fourth game which gave Leeward. Windward vs. College
Phillips the lead at 21—20 which The highest score of the day At College, Windward took
brought the crowd to their feet, was a plucky 57 by Cuffley out ‘\'st innings in a drawn game



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SECOND DIVISION CRICKET:

Bowlers Do Well
On Tricky Wickets

RAIN-AFFECTED WICKETS prevailed at all grounds
on Saturday when the seventh series of Second Division
games were concluded. .

Teams which had batted on the first day of play had,
a definite advantage over their opponents. Bowlers had
a very good day and as a result, small scores prevailed,
the highest score of the day being registered in the match
between College and Windward where College scored 118
in their second innings.





three wickets.

Empire vs. Leeward

Murray

Defeats
Phillips

_ Blair Murray, Everton’s spin art-
ist defeated Rawle Phillips, 1952 A

lass Champion 3~-1 in the quar-
ter finals of the Barbados Open
Championship. Murray, after los-
ing the first game of his set to
Phillips, quite easily came back
to win in three consecutive games.
Phillips played extremely well
throughout, but it was obvious at
the end of the third game that he

day for Leeward

play ended on the
play, Empire had bowled
Going to the wicket a

time, Empire collected 87,



Good bowling
were returned by O. Burke of
Y.MP.C. who captured seven
Wanderers* second innings
wickets for 15 runs, thus giving

performances weclared at their over-week total
and by 3.10 had bowled out
erdiston for 95, of which Cuffley
made a plucky 57. Only Pinheiro

and Bourne of the remainder of |

was showing signs of strain, and him a match analysis of 11 for ‘he Erdiston batsmen reached |
although he made a wonderful 26. Gilkes of Leeward also re- double figures against good'
recovery in the fourth game, turned good figures. After cap- bowling by Mr. Sealy and Cal-
which was beyond doubt the most

; turing six for 51 in the first in="“Jender who captured four for 25
thrilling game of the



mateh, he nings, he captured five for 35 in ond three for 13 respectively, Will it never stop?
bree unable to rob Murray of vic- the ‘second. Deane of Windwari Going to the wicket a second | /f only | could find aes Pee
ory. 4 atin annie ordi " exactly this tickling throat .
Murray’s defense throughout took 10 for 46 as a match analy- time, Erdiston scored ) |

100. Out of this total good con-

4 i is i e 2 ainst C e.
was exceptionally good, but in the ®'5 ™ er deere wereest Coes tributions were made by Black-

earlier stages of the game Phillips Mr. Harry Sealy of, Combermere

but it was not for long, because of Erdiston’s total of 95 against

which might have
Murray, executing one of the most Combermere.

isive turn in

taken a de-
College’s favour



graceful backhand flicks, drew were it not for a successful ap-
level at 21 all, and went on to win Y.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers peal against fading light which)
23—21. Y.M.P.C. skittled out Wander- ; topped play at 5.30. On the first
n the arter finals L. *â„¢3 98 @ rain affected wicket for day, College _ Scored 124 and
Worrell dotestea Wt Mertort t- 4 a meagre 59 runs on Saturday. Windward replied with 100 for My throat’s soothed and that wretched
E. Goodridge, after winning the On the first day of play, Y.M.P.C. jour wickets. Windward took cough eased in no time.
first game from N. Gill in fine at- had replied with 178 for eight their score to 151 on Saturday

declared to Wanderers’ ist in-
nings score of 52. Butler scored

his team’s innings and
Edghill 31. The Wanderers bats=

mainly due to a sound 58 by
Armstrong. For College, Batson
took six wickets for 38. In their
second innings College _ scored
men found runs difficult to get 118 for nine wickets, leaving ,
Windward to score 91 in 45 min- REC?
utes for victory. Smith’s 39 and

tacking style, was beaten in three
straight sets 3—1. L. Sampson
lost to C. Greenidge 3—1. Samp- 44 in
son defended quite well, but the
consistent attack of Greenidge

proved too much for him. In the against accurate bowling by

Ladies quarter Miss J. Clarke de- Burke who took seven wickets

feated an ‘P. Humphrey 3—0. for 15 runs, and they were all Robinson’s 30 were responsible

a ot ton pe ot 6 out for 59, leaving Y.M-P.C. for College’s total. When play COUG H
Miss M. Manning created a bla " by an innings and 67 ended Windward were strug- |



upset by defeating Miss P. Chand-
ler 3—1 in a match which she

Kolex Watches

Combermere vs. Erdiston



dominated from the beginning. After batting the entire day ni i Bathe LO Z E N G E S
Miss Chandler after her brilliant on the _ previous Saturday to Bolton Lane

display against Miss N. Hall score 205 for seven, Combermer+

seemed to be unable. to use her

forehand effectively, and should

have won the first game, but the ,
consistency of Miss Manning, who
concentrated on her backhand,
seemed to take considerable effect
on her, and although she made a
brilliant recovery to win the third, |
she was unable to press home her |
advantage in the fourth. |

The Semi-finals of these com-
petitions together with the Semi- |
finals of the Mixed Doubles and}
the finals of the Men’s Doubles
will be played on Friday 26th Sep-
tember at the Y.M.C.A,. at 7.30
p.m.

The Draw of the Mixed Doubles
is as follows: —

Miss B. Carrington and Mr. N.
Gill vs. Miss R. Williams and Mr,
R. Phillips.

Miss M. Manning and Mr. R.
Herbert vs. Miss N Hall and Mr
L.. Worrell.







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squall early on Sunday morning,
the wind died completely away,
end by 10.30 o’clock there was
barely. enough breeze to start the
6th Tornado Race, sailed on the
North about course.

The first lap took about 1 hour
and 9 minutes to complete. “Vam-
oose” skippered by Mr. EB, L. G.
Hoad was in first position for the
whole of this lap and continued
to win the race. It was interest-
ing to note that the boats did a
considerable amount of drifting
during the first lap owing to the
complete lack of wind. It is
claimed that some of the crews

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and 32 minutes each respectively here ya ,
The final results of the race are
is follow: —
Ist—T/K 40 Vamoose—E, L. G
Hoad, .
2nd—T/K 35 Edril — I. 0, C. MATCHED PEN'AND PENCIL SET

* Perkins.
2rd—T/K 38 Thunder — J. M
Bladon.
4th—T/K 34 Comet—E, M. Leach
T/K 36 Fury did not finish.
The points are now as follows
Vamoose—60 points in 6 Races.
Edril—51 points in 6 Races,
Thunder—40 points in 6 Races.
Comet—35 points in 5 Races.
Fury—32 points in 5 Races,
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sling to avoid defeat, having col-
lected three runs for the loss of four for 11)

Another light a al saved the |
S = their match | Erdiston.
against Empire at Fosters. When |
first day of | decl’d.
out Sealy 48).
Leeward for 62 after scoring 140. |

Gilkes capturing five for 35. Giv-/and 100 (Blackman 22, Pinheiro





TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,

1952





lon 165 for victory, Leeward h 140 (Lewis 30
scored 86 for eight when ‘play Br 28; Gilkes six for 51)
ended. and 87 (Holder 46, Kirton 20;
SCORES Gilkes five for 35, Conliffe twe

| ¥.MLP.C. vs. Wanderers at for no runs)
Beckles Road. Leeward:— 62 (Kirton six for
Wanderers:— 52 (O. Burke 11) and 86 for eight (Gilkes 35,
and 59 (C. Pierce Kirton three for 27, Lewis three

|13; Burke seven for 15).
Y.M.P.C.:— 178 for eight

clared (Butler 44, Edghili
Combermere vs.

for 29, Harris two for 10).
College vs. Windward at Col-

lege.
College :—

Tudor 27;

de-
31)
Erdisten at 124 (Morrts 39
Deane five for 21) and
118 for nine. (Smith 39, Robin-
son 30; Deane five for 25).
Windward:—151 (Simmons 4!
Armstrong 58; Batson six for 38)

Combermere;—
(Mr.

205 for seve
Hughes 56, M

Erdiston;— 95 (Cuffley 57; Mr

second |Sealy four for 25, Callender and 3 for three.
with |three for 13, Alleyne two for 13 Centrai vs. Lodge at Vaucluse.
Lodge:— 55 (Wood seven for
20: Mr. Sealy five for 34, Cal- 26) and 71 (Rayside 37; Shep-

lender four for 32, Fields 1 herd four for 10).
for 5). Central:— 159 for four ‘Hind

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C’wealth Officials Prepare

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Treasury Helps
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OFFICIALS from all Commonwealth Countries

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NICE, FRANCE, Sept. 21.

Prime Minister Churchill
went down to the sea with a
thermometer today, tested the
water but found it too cold to
bathe. He drove down to the
beach from Lord Beaver-
brook’s Cap d’Ail villa—c.P.

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,

Prepare To |
| evade China

TAIPEH, Formosa, Sépt. 22
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek’s
son told the Nationalist guerillas >
on the mainiand of China on}
Monday that preparations for @
§ Nationalist invasion of China
irea is “almost completed”. A
nessage from Lieutenant General

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- Churchill
Coneceives

New Plan

LONDON, Sept. 22.
new British defence plan
for switching greater emphasis to
new weapons, particularly jet
jbombers and guided missiles, will
be submitted to the NATO For-
eign Ministers’ meeting in mid-
; December, authoritative quarters
said on Monday. The new plan
conceived by Prime Minister Win-
ston Churchill aims both at
“keeping up with the times” mili-
tarily and at the same time’ re-
ducing the conventional réarma-
jment programme which, it has
become apprrent, Britain . cannet
upport These quarters said
INo, 10 Downing Street had not
commented on the Paris reports.
‘The Churchill plan” had been
submitted to Washington, How-~
appeared logical that there

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ever it
ane ‘ ~ ,|tienalists in the battle f a na-| | ’ rics
decisions taken by Commonwealth Finance Ministers, to! John L. Lewis won sweeping| Honalists in the battle for would be Anglo-American ex-
compile statistics for the e t conf jconcessions from northern soft} {onal recovery, “Chiang did not sicstaies nn . - The Hon'ble Sir Allan Col {| °h"8es before the proposal is put
Pp SE Sy eee Corer ee ene, |coal operators on Saturday in a}! ticate es wag ee, ae oe P ito the December meeting of min-
The task before officials now jnew contract staving off a strike! ¥* "0" wou ee eee eee ’ 4 lymore, President of the Bar isters in Paris
: L ‘ itlen w sholl re-| - P
will be to co-ordinate the material Indi { Ss. {due on Monday. - eta. f stevenson enounces badés Oricket Anesociation, —U.P.
which has been accumulated and lan, | The agreement calls for a daily The official Central Daily News “ “ 7 . " z ” cutting the ribbon yesterday
to reach some tentative conclusion pay boost of one dollar and 90) ;,, sffect asked the United States
about the fundamental nature of Pea Id cents and a ten cents a ton in-|;,, permit a Nationalist invasion ‘N }] to open the new pavilion of rest
problems to be tackled by the ce eas lerease in the royalty the mine-|., the mainland, An editorial said t tl] | the Carlton Cricket club. At
Prime Ministers. The Financial j owners pay into the welfare] tp at 4 Nationalist attack on China a ae ar ey aw j extreme left is Mr. BE. K. Wal e
Times said the whole thing has Can ( id fund. would be the swiftest way to end 3
preein planned as a K large se = oinci € hee opesent Galy pay - Nee the Korean war. It also claimed NEW YORK, Sept. 22 oa ty ee ee
strategic exercise with five months jdollars anc 5 cents and th®/thot it would be better to permit SOUER N ent SONY nal Hirai ee the Club 5 . ~
of Ablid -woek by lower echelons WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. {royalty is 30 cents a ton N tlonalist troope to fight ne hie GOVERNOR ADLAI ST EVENSON alled the Vaft eream ri ; eg a
behind it and with a “Churchil-| Truman told a group of Indian Lewis, President of the United/re her than send them to Korea. | Harley Law today a “tire with 23 punctures and five Get 4 Eisler, « Pynced n Mon-
lian touch clearly in evidence,” ;movie celebrities on Monday | Mine Workers’ Union is expected —wp,' blowouts”. He sald that it needs “junking and not ala ° “egg a Press Gaaperence the :
; . Dg . e ¢ os an y at a ar-
Almost every subject concern-|that the ideas for peace o2f jto ask the same terms from th ecap with the reclaimed Republican rubber The Demo- St. Kitts Rea rest of a West. Bétin journalist on
ea with the economy of the Com-jboth the United States and India!rest of the industry.—C.-P. ‘vey | ratie Presidential nominee also submitted a five point the East«West German zonal bor-
monwealth countries will be dis-]"¢an easily coincide.’ Truman | i — ‘ . ons ‘ ‘ _ ° h we
cussed by the conference which}|Made a brief talk to the foreign Tonnage Of \ lan for strengthening the Department of Labour, a ‘or ections Wismeel cacvettdaas te
is being held in the Treasury|Movie delegation in the White R B More’ aS j yrogramme similar to the agriculture extension service Stuttgarts, a South German. radio
building. These include import and |House ie garden. “I know togey ussia uying British Tramp j to help train the men who make democracy work in the From Our Own Correspondent station, was arrested by the Peo-
export problems, internal and ex-;4re working for peace and unions and around the bargaini é ’ ‘3 2 ‘
| 1 S 3 é é ng table asd ee ee pk »Olice in June as } was
ternal expenditure, longterm pur-|Shall continue to work for that | Rubber From U. K. Shi, in Dro in. 8 BN . ST. KIYTS, Sept. 22 Sravalitedl tein Berlin i Weat
chasing plans, development policy, |objective.” Truman meant) LONDON, Sept. 22 i? Pp IS PP & (he propusals were made in a rt + . i Fr 2 S a ner eh ee Germany
the general agreement on tariffs,}Whether he is in office no not, | aA AEs: SEP. £6 : DON. Se 29 ech prepared for delivery be-| ke rTiqay, september wee Se Kluge appeared early in June
and trade, imperial preference and|@%d added: “Our ideas can easily | Russia is stepping up her ot t eae ae Son "tend fore the Aosbridan “Feder ition of Zur. x Studies Tn ey for members to thet ne wy ae emumed in Eastern
the International Monetary Fund. |coincide”, ber purchases in Britain and he: She SOnee., Se 00 000 t as Labour, The AFL is expected D Pla aimee Covel, Bt. TMS hand However, Eisler’s announce=
When a gerieral Commonwealth| He and the Indian had ajtrade agents are again ered ai Fs ween ar of 19am hand Sitiweach a ceca efence ns V oe rere ee ero ment the ‘first official con
: 4 Yiclal figures scloser}, s) 1¢e > wal e ve ssp iny « im mombers, Nevis with two districts ere PY
policy has been formulated, thejhearty laugh when a__ photo- ‘heavily, — a Far "land the teamd: hows oe sign of t > first endorsement of a Presi WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 two members and Anguilla as af!!2@Uon of Kluge'’s arrest, Eisler
next step will take the form of|grapher’s flash bulb explodéd a ,0n Monday. a boing arrested, according to thé «: tial candidate by the con-} on a re ae district, with member hinted that Kluge would be tried
consultations with the United few feet away from them The latest Board of Trade re nual report just issued of the \«ntion in its 70-year history eee .embaspation Feridun) He Ne Von eee as a spy. Me said that the jour-
States which will include possi-{“There must be Communist in|jturns showed that the Sovie c ce Be Shida hunt Mave Of ane ye: jerkin, said on Monda that the Che Workers’ League is contest-[ni list had been taken into “in-
bilities of investment of American|the crowd,” the President said, |bought last month 4,349 tons com- cers’ Fegleration, The report, the tevenson said that he could|Umited States, France, and Tu i six seats in St. Kitts, one in] vestizative custody.”
capital in’ Commonwealth coun-|Schadul Shah, producer-director,}P*red with only 50 tons in the - oo pessimistic for many years, ™ determine from the speech|S¢y are studying British pro-| Nevis and giving support to the] | —UP
tries. This would be linked up|invited* Truman to visit India e months last year. In July gaid that British merchant ves Eisenhower would do in|Pesals for Mid-Kustern Defence] present members representing
with plans for strengthening the|some time and presented him |the Soviet bought 12,063 tons com= Coy en. boing Ja > to an exmet of a national emergency |#!rangements, Erkin saw Secre-] Nevis and Anguilla. 4 ;

I : + ¥ 56 t : the is were being laid ur ar ' the . Ss . .
economy of the free world, which|Wwith a carved ivory figure of the ;Pared with only 10,756 tons in the jont whieh resembled the grim * rike, “If that was his purpose,’|‘4ry of State Dean Acheson for Gordon and Lloyd are the can-| Swe sh Socialists
Prime Minister Winston Churchill| late Mahatma Gandhi, seme month of 1951. UP days of the 1930's when Britain’. said, “he succeeded.” Steven-|39 minutes and said that a por-] didotes ior the manic of St. R
has already intimated he wants No Def te —U.P. pron: re s at its , raised labour for its stand|tion of the proposed defence pact] George which includes Basseterre; »

o Definite Promise nerohant fleet was at its lowest praised labour r $ a : . ae eturn oO ¢r
to discuss in Washington after Truman told Sh : “bk ‘Mounting costs of buil ylaeainst Communism You have|Was discussed briefly, “Some-|Cptain Wigley and James Clax-
, 3 ah that he ) Mounting co o yuGing te nm t 1a 5d ia ia ; :
the U.S, Presidential elections. would like to visit India one Ri é S . have deterred all but a few ow n- | tiBked it to fragile in your own |tuing has to be done as soon as}to ve Ne nde pe! are oposed be STOCKHOLM, Sept. 22
wane time but could not make a defi- werer a, ; POE cer cus Seer .cbece iewner 20d rot Neve gous: etter eieeee 1 a es semerveres + he Trades mg peddle ———- : M . vessels w ficie , ‘ , » said that all four powers are NO AFAGCH ANC Lil ' Vy : : 7 .
nite promise to do so. He ha sae ent vessels with efficient new|#he noots from which it grow He said ‘C » De ist Agrarian coalition government
Ir 1 said that when he retires from British Trawler nnage. |Nle said that he hoped that more |¢etermined to move ahead as tn inion at St Deter ones Chiiet retaine ‘a control of Sweden's Par-
an ’s Rep y Ready the Presidency he wants to visit LONDON, Sept, 21 + creat Reudide or es British lwbour ones wala ped in papi ak, ope, Pat, caene Church; Independent Ieen Whar-| liamentary House, but opposition
ar = . DON, § i. j owes age Ad. nation's diplomatic post. ' ritis: ‘oreign piste: a 70 Tien ‘orees: vats + >
TEHERAN, Lrarmsept: 22° parts of the world he pe never A British fishing company issued}register. nas dropped from 84068 " ee : , i UP Anthony Eden's nbaence from 4 Mand seteat she Cotton F he mak a seats from _ the
, ; , - . seen. » =e roryv r any are > " ‘ =e or s Pposec de ra -
The - National Oil Commission pena = Teak he Thdiang a report ae vee i one tg hed pe ~ ae in London has temporarily delayed ahinw bec ter) ot ins Union ae The Communists also got a set-
. ae . € , ans its trawlers was seize y aj 1950, ithout an adequate nur ' 4 aw, . or ‘ he ' eaten’ pati
completed the technical aspects of/said that they hoped it would fudsian gunbost We 1 oe ab. elticledt: whocben shipe, the C hi ed nrgotiitions. | Erkin said that he! parishes of St. Jobn and St. Paull back in yesterday's Parliamentary
Iran’s reply to the recent Anglo-] pring peace he tintted Gtateal wee Y a sis hihion Serervitntcal ot in sults” emai ate urjfew impos itso discussed “some aspects” of} © pisterre; Ronald Solomon, Es-| elections, losing three of their
; & I to the United States The Loyal Steam Fishing Com-| report said, Britair »sitior i
American proposals to settle the) ine kind of peace for which I - eG trates said it received 1 7 ding : m aritime “eaaied * ist United States economic aid to} tate overseer and Independent, is] eight seats,
: Gales ' ; : i | a V f sany of G sby sé x é “al t > nation us : - ? rg ; oats ee The a ary . .
= Gat tie Geare oF nike ee Gandhi worked. a radio message from the trawler! begin to suffer and her wartime In Lebanon | etabor oo eee \ Bas pond to et I : a oF F. va ee arene oe ee wrens eg
se arliame he ~ ‘ : > ;, t ate » latte . cr . lion at § nne’s, San - _
z t 7 Chandulai Shah, President of | saving that another trawler, the] potential to deteriorate.” ae ton , 4 seats i als 2
on’ Monday. The Commission's|the qn Motion Picture Pro-|369 Equerry was seen steaming | —U.P BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept, 22 —UP. | point; F. Somersall, Independent, nm . B...:. eggs ge & — =
formula will be submitted to coealtr , = ” F Boas ; Se : , “_ is opposed by ¢ A. Southwell,}| £onservatives ¢ seats, and the
Premier Mossadegh for inclusi Mowe eteCciation, in an inter-|sast in the compeny of a gus-| Set a Coa “ittie 2 101 af ¥ "Preside nt of the Union Communists 5.—-C.P. ore
Pr HOPAGS - 1uSION! view after the ‘meeting said:| boat. Where this yoecurred was . posed a curfew on this little nation _ : hai ( psicde! ah
a a nae on ah —_ “The popular conception of the} not announced—C : Paratroopers for Tuesday when its faction rid- Danes Order Soviet i Polling is on October Much
rh propossis. re note will bel United States is a nation of big ! ien parliament meets to elect a, gage rp . } " eing shov ry
delivered on Tuesday. It \ ex«1., a ee : : , sie > de . yer Shi lo Lift Anehor general public in the forthcoming €
’ *“lwide and Ff sions uccessor to the deposed President | 2 *
pected to contain counter propos-|tret there ic age jfimensions and) 17 S. Newsprint Cost Forced To Jump _ 3080" 10 the deposed President | TMP election 3-Way Trade Pact
als, the general context of which}enn ambiti i ich \ ll de é j COPENHAGEN, Sept. 22 1s
? : : , an ambition, but we realize that ier . ‘ hich will ban all demonstrations SVAREMNA EGS, | KOs ee d M.
both the Americans and the British Americans have a big heart too Raised B $7 RENFREW, Scotland, Sept. 21 ind public gatherings, will extend| A radar-equipped Russian ship LAUGH PLEASE! Signe In oscow
have already indicated is not|/we are thankful for the cordial y British paratroops returning 9,4 02.00 G.M.T. until 13,00)was ordered out of Danish ter- CHERBOURG, Sept. 22 ‘
acceptable f ; . a > 36 22 from an operation in Western — 7, an eg vent |ritorial rater: -day a fe a ay Sept. 26 HELSINKI, Sept. 22
i and friendly welcome we receiv- NEW YORK, Sept. 22 Jermany had to bale out over an’ G-M.T. It was imposed to prevent/ritorial waters to-day a feW) Charie Chaplin began one sen- Finland, Russia and Communist
on! : , . Saw si ane s : 4 « . : . iho ‘ ’ » States : a , SS\a :
U.P jed here. India is and always will Che Great Northern Paper ae airfield tonight when their plane “ recurrence of Sut day's outbreaks | 0 u é before United ane tence during his Press Conference] China signed a three-way Trade
be a friend of the United States. pany announced on Monday that 9 was unable to lower its landing,/® Tripoli whi re rmed richers |nearinea = seine’, to irt on Monday: “You must remember] Pact in Moscow under which Fin-
MOVIE FANS RIOT There is no doubt about that.|¢7 per ton increase in the price weat. The 35 landed without called for the election of the op- 7 : ~ anc cons Fane uvres I’m 65 years old.’ Then he banged] Jond will deliver goods to China
; With all the resources and tech-{of newsprint will be effective OM) serious mishap. {position leader Hameed Frangiy-|*he landing of 1,500 marines the table and corrected himself: | worth about $8,000,000 and receive
ROSARIO, Argentina, Sept 22 a. @ t} 5 | ‘ks the cl f the amat
Movie fans here did not like the|"i¢al knowledge that the United | October 1.—the biggest price boos The plane afterwards circled, yeh, one of the leading candidates |!marks the climax of the dramatic }ng, pm not, Pm 63.” produets from the Soviet Union.
numerous cuts made in a film and|States has, if India could con-|in domestic newsprint since Juné.| ro» 99 minutes before the gear) for the Presidential post |Operation Mainbrace manoeu- U.P. —C.P.
staged a riot before the doors of|tribute something of the spir-|In advising its customers of the] crorteq working.—O.P. | U.p. jvres of the North Atlantic Treaty
ye é One |itual, that combination might jincrease the Great Northern Paper ‘Organization naval force,
= ee Pere ‘ a ‘giv i 2A t ‘ompany said that its new price for = The Russi ship 68,000-toa
passer-by was shot to death and give everlasting peace to the |Company saic I an I :
several others injured.—C.P. world.” —U.P. New York deliveries would be /Korporato dropped anchor off
$123 per ton with the usual scaling Skaw at the north tip of Jutland

Arundell Broadcasts Appeal

(From Our Own Correspondent strikes as evidenced by ‘“‘Grenada’s

GRENADA, Sept, 22 moment of madness last year”
Against the background of the}which was not only costly in
recent scattered strikes and per-}|money but has also plagued

sisting rumours of a general agri-| agriculture to this day due to the

cultural strike and despite no] loss of confidence in each other
officiag presentation of worker] by both sides of industry.

demands, Governor Arundell yes- He coneluded that the ‘word
terday afternoon broadcast an} strike in Trade Union context did
“appeal to both sides of industry} not mean a blow or a sit down
to pull together for their own|and as a free country, govern-
00d and the good of Grenada.”| ment could net prevent people

He outlined all processes of
negotiation open in the event of
disputes from conciliatory inter-| maintenance of law arid order as
vention by the Labour Department] welj as protection of peaceable
to arbitration tribunals and urged | persons against fear or attack was
recourse to these because of the} always the first duty of the gov-
generally damaging effect of! ernment.

NEW jaieninaae OF

from withholding their labour but
the law continued to run and the

ECUADOR



THE new President of Ecuador,
shown (left) in Quito. This is
elected.— (INP).

Dr. José Maria Velasco Ibarra, is
the third time that Velasco Ibarra is

for their section of the country,
The Great Northern ships its paper
from Maine.

—U-P.

Police Kill







6 Nations Plan
Political Unity







Peninsula almost in the path of
marines who are on the way to
relieve the Danish army against
1 mythical invader,

A Danish destroyer the Huit-|
Zeldt on escort duty with the 160-





hip “Mainbrace” fleet gave the
« to fi i al ediat
" " c orpora at anc e
r 99
Two Convicts ee da STRASBOURG, Sept. 22. ders to lift anchor and get out.
T'HE “Foundiny Fathers” met to lay the cornerstone of | fhe Soviet eaptain protested that
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 a six power federation of Western Europe. Twenty-six|'e was forced to take shelter
Police trapped three bank-rob-| members of the drafting committee of the first European |‘** a pyre ag Ban
bing escaped convicts to-day; constitutional convention gather in the Council of Europe’s| °"!?!¢4 with the uliteldt 6 uD-
killing two in a_ blazing gun; building th oreing ; ahisad with plans tora single |e" order and his ship was
battle that cost the life of a: Dg Ws MOrning to . ste ae oe e were een entering the Skaggera'c
detective and wounded another political authority for France, Italy, Western Germany age from the North Sea to-
| The third desperado was cap- Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg, is the Baltic—U.P.
jtured unhurt. ¢The committee, which 10 day
| Dead convicts are Joseph |ago was assigned the task of har ee “ .
Nolan, 26, and his brother Bal-{mrring out the project of a fed- M Land
lard, 22, of Harlan County, Jeral constitution in the next si Cotton i ilaemiien arines
| Kentucky. months, will first elect Pre :
The captured bandit, Elmerfdent and probably two ice Issued Statement On Jutland
}Schuer, 21, of Chieago, admitted [py osidents Informed ource
{that the three robbed a Bronx |mentioned the German Christian BUXTON, England, Sept. 21 NORTHERN JUTLAND,
‘gunstore and last Tuesday held|p:mocratic jeader Heinrich vo The International Cotton Con- Sept, 22
hur bank for more than $12,000./Brentano as the likeliest choice | ference tonight issued the first Fifteen hundred American mar-~
They escaped from the Lewis-|fo, the Presidency. They said atement after four days of | me warmed ashore at 15.30
}bu eer prison on Septem- that he would be aided by two} secret sessions reporting that “soiG MT. on Monday on the coast
{be 10.—C.P. Vi e-Presidents, one French and|far the meetings have been en-],, ‘uland near the Skaw in the
or Italian. rely harmonious ! nax of the action of “Operation
‘Jamaican Cc ricket | Questionnaire The leaccrs of the British,|™:'!-brace”. Originally the land-
| The committee’s mext immedi-] United States, Japanese, Indian |! was scheduled for Jutland’s
¥ ‘ed ite task is to draw up a question-|#nd Western Europe delegations;W°St coast early in the mornings
Team Select [ate ire for the participating national] agreed to tatement which re a bad weather caused the ope
} From Cur Own Correspondent) governments on what exactly they| vealed that the conference has|tien to be diverted to the east coast
| KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 22. think the future federation | teen working on a world yearly \F! reports said that the landing
| Jamaica’s cricket team to Brit-] should be, The questionnaire in-* average production of 5,230,000,000 jw off smoothly and ithout
lish Guiana was selected yester-|cluded. such questions as: the] square yards of cotton incident or accident
|day following a close final trial]competence of the future govern- —C.P —U.P.
|mateh. The players are Allan|ment, its composition and nam¢
Rae, captain, batsman; Alfredihow many chambers hould th + e
| Binn wicketkeeper -, batsman; ifuture parliament have and he
|Denis Thorbourn, opening bats-|shall the deputies be electe orona on om. ee &
man Neville Bonitto, batsman,|rejations with other nations
|Colin Bonitto batsr an John }many other points over whi | Che first meeting of thé Com- Decorations and Illuminations— +
| Pres cod, batsman Calbert Min-|yorious government } mittes pointed by His Excel-|T. E. Went, Esquire, M.B.E
‘ ill-rounder Stantle Good- livergent opinion j yovernor to make ar- idult and Open Sports—The
iridge, fast bowler; Roy Mille all- The actual writing of thé t ements f the suitable cele- |Hon. the Chief Justice
jroundcer, Reggie Scarlett all- stitutior might tart aS a} dos 08 the Coro: Children—Direetor’ of Educa-
rounder; Alfred Scott, spin bowl- October European atior who sic I Majest Queen | tio:
er; Ken Rickards, batsman; or f dt "4 fi 'th ix because | Elizabe low held under the Ceremonial—The Commissioner
|John McLeod, batsman; Alfrea[refused to join the six b ten FOhad : xcellency |of Police
Valentine, spin bowler. | McLeoda|they are neutral — like Sweden ees sgislati The C ‘ i
spin r « sé they 1 of the Cx egislative The Committee decided to in-
was named alternative due to the/©* because ey nave Close rela~-} > 24 p.m, on|vite suggestions from the ‘al
uncertainty as to whether Rick-|tions with overseas territories an1} -ouncil Cr mM, Sahl & wer m the gener
ards, who has already saileq|believe the time is not yet rine| the 17th of Sept DC Accordingly any member
from England, will be available. }like Britain will neverthele After H Ex essed |Of the public who wishes to sub-
i Ung 1 vill aila ' : eee Le pr * the are the tee vas |imit any suggestion in connection
Local reactior that Goodridge | closely associated with the jG tes jwith the Coronatior elebrations
Mil -. |wo » conventi e divided into n= | with ation ( . ,
nd Miller now have an oppor- rk of the convention The Faee dhe — by or the consideration of the appro-
nity of engines their pas-jcountries will send observers to} Ge ve ja ul * ‘oriate sub-Committee is hereby
awe to the West team byjboth convention plenary sessions lituiae a urpot nvited to communicate with the
jtheir bowling against British Gui-Jand sessions of the r tte Parochial a nicer + Secretary of the Coronation Com-
ana. @ On Page 3 mittee—His Lordshi: | mittes Colonial Seeretariat. .












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Lb
IR ERROL DOS SANTOS, Kt
S eee as an i 1 from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A sterda)
He is Salaries Comn ner at
pointed by the Governr nd
has come over for a few cays’ visit
in connection with the reviewing
of the Civil Servants’ Salaries
Reruedeville Troupe Back

W.I1.A, had two spedial flights
from Trinidad on ‘Saturday









to bring back Mrs. A. L, Stuart’s i
Revuedeville Troupe along with j
Capt. Raison and some members
of the Police Band who went to
Trinidad to put on some perform- i
ances at.the Roxy Theatre. Mrs j
Stuart and her Secretary, Miss K

Evelyn have remained behind
along with Miss Y. Gibbs who is
detained for medical aid.

Back To Venezuela

RS. and MISS ORTEGA re-
turned home by L.A.V. to “I'm not handling his
Venezuela on Sunday afternoon bets — he’s just flown

after spending a few weeks’ holi-

day in the island as

Paradise Beach Club
Also returning by the same op-

from London
“faster-than-sound jc.
with the results for the
next three races already

in a
guests at

portunity to Caracas, Venezuela in his paper!”
was Mrs.. Belen Duarte who had
been holidaying here at Paradise

London Express Service
Beach Club for three weeks



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Enjoyablo Summer
ETURNING to Jamaica by
BW.1L.A last Thursday
morning was Miss Muriel Jack-

man, B.A. (Lond.) who had been
spending her summer holidays
wit her parents Mr. and Mrs.

C. B, Jackman of Worthing View
Christ Church,

Miss Jackman who is Deputy
Headmistress and English Mis-
tress of the Cathedral High School,
Spanish Town, said this was her
first real holiday in years. Leay-
ing the island in 1943 she served
in the A.T.S. in England until
1946 when she entered Royal
Holloway College (London Uni-
versity) to read for“an Honours
Degree in English. Graduating in
1949, she spent the following year
at the London Institute of Educa-
tion working for the Diploma in
Education,

Since 1950 she has been engaged
in teaching in Jamaica. In the
summer, 1951 she went up to the

United States of America where
she was kept very busy.

This “summer, thanks to the
generosity of her School Board
she was able to leave two weeks
before the end of term and so
spend ten weeks at home.

Her brother who is Senior

Classical Master at Jamaica Col-
lege and who with his wife had
been holidaying here too, returned
to Jamaica a fortnight ago by the
S.S. De Grasse.

Short Visit
R. A. BADDELEY, Super
intendent of Harrison Lin>
Steamers, returned to Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. on Saturday last afte:
a short visit.
‘Singer Ladivs’ Return
RS. C. WATKINS and MISS
M. LEWIS of Singer Sew-
ng Machine Co., who were on a
visit to Trinidad in connection
with their Company, returned to
the colony by B.W.I.A on the
19th September,

Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Marva
Lorde, daughter of Mr, S. O
Lorde, Headmaster of St. Silas
Boys’ School who has been award-
ed one of the two Junior First
Grade Scholarships for 1952.

This is tenable at Queen’s Col-
lege for a period of five years
Marva is at present in the fourth
form at Queen's College.

Barbadian Ordained

EV, C. C. CONLIFFE, M.A.,
; Rector of St. George, ar-
rived home on Sunday by B.W.1.A.
from St Lucia where he had been
spending a few days.

While in St. Lucia he attended
the ordination to Priesthood of the
Rev. M. Maxwell, a Barbadian
who was a student at Codrington
College, Mr. Maxwell’s sisters
who attended the ceremony re-
turned home on Sunday.

LISTENING HOURS









Surprise Party
SURPRISE PARTY was held
on Saturday night at the Sea
Scout Hut, Needham's Point. the
Garrison, in honour of Mr. Geof-
frey Rudder who will be leaving

the island on Wednesday for the
University College of the West
Indies, Jamaica where he will do

Science, Geoffrey is the son of
Mr, W. D. Rudder, Principal of
the Barbados Academy and Mrs.
Rudder. He is also Acting A.S.M.
of the Ist Barbados Sea Scouts.

An enjoyable evening was had
by all those who attended and
they all joined in- wishing him
good luck and bon voyage!

Fow Weeks’ Holiday
RS. STIASSKY and her two
children arrived from Cara-
cas, Venezuela on Sunday by
L.A.V. for a few week's holiday
which they will be spending as
guests at Paradise Beach Club.
Y.W.C.A. Tag Day
rT°HE Y.W.C.A. will hold their
first Tag Day on the 3rd
October and it is hoped that the
public will lend their support to
this deserving cause.

It is the aims and objects of the
Y.W.C.A. to cater to women of
all classes and proceeds will serve
to strengthen this Organisation
which will in time be of benefit
to all young women the world
over.

A good response is asked of the
public in general,

For School
RS. SCHNUR and her daugh-
ter Sandra of Caracas,
Venezuela have been holidaying
in the island as guests at Paradise
Beach Club. Mrs, Schnur who
came over to enter her daughter
as a pupil of Codrington High
School returned home on Sunday
afternoon by L.A.V.
Vew Appointment
rTTHE REV. and MRS. L. J
PAUL were among the in-
transit passengers for British
Honduras during the past week.
They were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
G. C, M. Woodrooffe, of St. An-
drew’s Rectory. Mrs. Paul and
Mrs. Woodrooffe are sisters.

Rev. Paul was Priest-in-Charge
at Calliaqua, St. Vincent and is on
his way to take up an appoint-
ment as Rector of Stann Creek,
British Honduras. __

Students Return

ITH the reopening of Schools

a number of students for
Lodge, Codrington High School
and the Ursuline -Convent re-
turned by B.W.LA. over the week-
end from Trinidad after spending
the summer holidays,

Blind Girl

TUESDAY SEPT. 23 1952 7.15 — 10.80 p.m 25.58 M 31.32. * . °
4.00 — 7.15 p.m, 50.70 SE WD OB ME itt coterie ne Seen S
. oe —— 7.15 p.m, Rendezvous, 7.45 p.m. Per. Recovers Her sight
4.00 p.m The News, 4 lo p.m. The sonal Tortrait, 8.00 p.m. Variety, 8.15
Dave Spent | een Beh. ave “ je p.m, Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Feport RIVERA,
From the Promenade Concerts, 6.00 pn. Prom aenene re eee 8.55 California, Sept. 22.
Jister Maga », 6.15 p.m. Meet The P.m From he ditorials, 9 2m y en = aa i
Commonwealth, 6.45-p.m, Sports Round. Twenty Questions, 9.30 p.m, Barn Dance L _— Edi pM hr
Up & Programme,Parade, 7,00 p.m, The 10.00 p.m, News Talk, 10.15 p.m. Herbert ane rows scarcely realizes
News, 7.10 p.m, Home News From Brit- Hodge Talking, 10.30 p.m. Through the that she made medieal history
ais Iron Curtain because she is too busy seeing
|for the first time objects which
ture 37 | she has known only through her
fingertips. Only a year ago young
—_ Linda was blinded by a corneal
ulcer,
| From birth she was studying
| Braille and facing the prospect
of a life in darkness. To-day,
however, thanks to the researca
of a Phoenix, Arizona, ophthal-
mologist and the determination
of her mother Mrs, Ruth Brown,
Linda roller skates, cuts out
paper dolls, plays with her St.
| Bernard dog, and is trying to
meee keeps = anes gine a oing,”’ exclaims an Imp j learn to read.
just where the dragon has been “Let's go and see what is i i
and he finds thet there is just’ ing on nop He ade dae I ae sp ea a _
enough liquid in the glass to spray out of the tunnel and scampers ! i. Heer Seen eat A
all the roots that have been to a stretch of blackened grass | Crutsins who had a sulphur drug
scorched. ‘Well, that’s all Lean Next minute he ‘s pointing , made. Tt is the first time in medi-
do,"" he says. ‘Now | suppose excitedly, ‘Look, look,” he (oe history that the drug was
we .must wait and see what yells. ** It's working! The shoots used to cure corneal ulcers.
happens."’ “The black patches ire coming up already."’ —U-P.






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NEWS IN THE AIR:

Christmas Flight
To Canada

A*Comet jet airliner will soon
fly across the Atlantic and the
North American continent. It is
the first to be built for an over-
seas operator, This Comet, now
undergoing its flying trials, wears
the colours of Canadian Pacific
Airlines.

It differs slightly from. Britist
Overseas Airways’ Comets, and
will carry eight more passen-
gers.

Canada should get the Come
around Christmas or the WN
Year.

But the airliner will not remain
in Canada, CPA intend to use
the Comets on the Sydney —
Honolulu section of their trans-
Pacific route.

* * *

Sergeant J, P. Hellings, of
Aylesbury, and Flight Sergeant
A. F. Burgess, of Harrow, are
among the latest batch of air
cadets to win the Air Ministry’s

£150 flying training scholarship.|*

The two boys will be trained
up to “A” licence standard at
Denham airfield. A third cadet,
Flight-Sergeant P. Edgson, of
Maidenhead, will be trained, by
the West London Aero Club, at
White Waltham,

* * %

More than 414,000 passengers
used British civil airports during

July. London Airport handled
102,832 of them; Northolt 101,
637.

Men of No, 3 Squadron of the
Royal Netherlands Naval Air
Service have arrived in Britain
for training with the Royal

Navy. They use British sea Fury
fighters. ee

The Dutch pilots will fly from
the naval airfield at Anthorn,
Cumberland, and then go to sea
in British aircraft carriers, They
will not see Holland again until
the end of next year,

" * *

Trans-Canada Airlines, whose

Rolls-Royce-engined North Stars

are the only existing transatlan-
\ic airliners using major British

equipment, have just ordered
three more Super Constellations
from America, bringing their

tal der to eight.
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Plant to tantalise many. (6)

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Broken start. to 6. (3)

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Least of the overheads. (5)

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What rubbish it is. (5)

Outstanding wear. (4)

Bambi’s mother. (4)

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To divert [ upset America

Unpleasant undoubtedly

Where shoes grow? (4)

May be played by a 21. (4)

See 20. (4)

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WILLY.

came along and met him on the Big-
White - Rock-That-Overlooked-the-
Valley. He was happier than they
had ever seen him before. And this
was strange because it was a cold
dreary November day and nobody
gise; would even have thought of |
whistling.

“Delighted to see you, old dears

2°» delighted, delighted!” he said
im-between two whistles.

Knarf and Hanid asked him why
he was so happy.

“Why? I'll tell you why! I’ve
just found a tree, that’s why!”

“A tree?” said Knarf in a tone
“of great surprise. “What's so won-
derful about finding a tree?”

Hanid waved her hand around
over the valley and over the hill
and over the places on both sides of
them, “There’s millions and mil-
lions of trees, Willy! Wherever you







look there’s a tree!”

Special Tree
“True,” said Willy. “Very true.
But I just found a very special tree.
I'm going to stay in it all winter.
If I had built this tree myself, I

Willy. Toad’s Special Tree
—He Was Going to Spend the Winter In It—~
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cheerfully when Knarf and Hanid|



“I’ve just found a tree,” said Willy,

Willy shook his head. “Spend the
winter in,” he repeated. “Just look!”

He had hopped around to the
other side of the tree. When Knarf
and Hanid reached the spot, they
couldn’t find Willy. He had disap-
peared.

Hollow Inside

The next moment, however, they
heard him calling them from in-
side the trunk, It was then they dis-








































culdn’t have made it better.”

~» Willy insisted on showing Knarf
and Hanid his tree. It was at the
end of the path and then quite a
bit farther past a tangle of wild
raspberry bushes that scratched at
them with their thorns as they
pushed through. Finally Willy
stopped and pointed proudly in
front of him. “There it is, my
friends! Isn’t it a beauty!”

Now that they could see it, Knarf
and Hanid had to admit that it
was certainly a beautiful tree. It
Was even more than just beautiful.
It was magnificent! It was an oak.
Its lower branches were thicker
than the trunks of most trees, and
they stretched out like great arms.
The trunk of this oak was ‘so thick
that three men could have put their
arms around

covered that the whole inside of
the trunk was. hollow. It was like
@ wooden shelter with great, high
walls, The floor was covered with
soft earth. The entrance was just
a narrow slit,

“You see;” said Willy, “it’s a
perfect place for me. Hardly any-
one else can squeeze in, not a fox,
jnot a bear, Even the north wind
won't be able to get in. Oh, what a
wonderful time I'll have all win-
ter!”

Knarf and Hanid felt almost as
happy as Willy himself.

“What are you going to do here
in this beautiful tree?” they both
asked eagerly.

Somehow they hoped Willy was
; d \ going to say that he intended to
mee it without touching 7 cane = ee long, and
eac er. sit around, and talk,

“But you still haven’t seen the! games, and lay plans for the ay
most wonderful thing about this|ing Spring. But Willy just said:
tree,” Willy said; “and why I think! “What am I going to do, old dears?
it’s the best tree in the whole world| I’m going to do what ‘every toad
for me to spend the winter in.” |does in the wintertime. I’m going
as, Romane spend the winter o~_\ Sot Se a oe going 5
§ b sleep!” n narf an anid

“Or spend the winter under,” sighed to think of that manificent
said Knarf, tree just being a bedroom.



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ARIES —Your planet Venus not too favourable *
21—April 20 position. Take special care in legal mat-
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Be alerted.
* *

—Though day may not be very encourag-
ing you have a natural talent for solving
problems. Use that gift; it should turn
tide in your favour.

For Tuesday, September 23, 1952

XK sarcn

* TAURUS
April 21 to May 20

*
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x June 22—July 23

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May 21—June 21

—Sort of day you quick-idea folks should
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—Smart work, manufacturing, handling
useful products among favoured now.
Others’ suggestions may help but don’t be
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*

—If you know your capacity and keep
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* *

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July 24—Aug. 22

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EXPERTS DISCUSS TEXTILE SITUATION

Jap Competition
For Consideration

(By RONALD BOXALL)

DELEGATES from nine countries are meeting in
Britain to eonsider what can be done to inerease the
consumption of ecotten textiles all over the world.

They have come from the United States, Japan, India,

Holland, Belgium, France, Italy and
Lancashire has sent a erful
cbaarvers

and Switzerland have

Though short, the agenda for
the International Cotton Textile
Industry Conference will occupy
the delegates for ten days. Main
purpose of the conference is to
consider the prospects of intev-
national trade in cotton textiles “in
the years immediately ahead.”

To help them to assess these
prospects the delegates have be-
fore them statistical estimates of
the total volume of trade likely to
be available and also the estimates
made by each participating coun-
try of the volume of export trade
they expect to achieve.

With these figures as a guide, the
conference is considering the pos-
sibility of increasing world con-
sumption of cotton textiles and
expanding international trade in
them “for the benefit of all.”

Finally, it will make recommen-
dations as to how aims can best be
achieved,

The conference opened in Lon-
don on September 17, but was
afterwards transferred to Buxton,
Derbyshire, where the delegates
get down to detailed work. T

The American delegation, head-
ed by Mr. R. T. Stevens, chariman
of the board of J. P. Stevens and
Company Inc., consists of six in-
dustrialists and four technical ad-
visers,

Japan will be represented by
ten full delegates, headed by Mr.
K. Abe, chairman of the All Japan
Cotton Spinners Association, and
president of a large Japanese spin-
ning firm, and a secrtariat of in-
terpreters and technical experts.

India has sent a delegation of
six, led by Mr. Kasturbhai Lalbbai,
end other delegations will repre-
sent Western European countries
with an important interest in the
cotton textile industry.

One of the chief topics for dis-
cussion at this conference is cer-
taim to be the effect on the other
cotton exporting industries, par-
ticularly that of Lancashire, of the
rapid expansion of Japanese ship-
ments to British Commonwealth
markets.

It has been reported that during
the frst half of this year Japanese
salts of cotton textiles to the Com-
monwealth exceeded for the first
time since the war those of Lan-
cashire. Japan's exports to these
markets were 340 million yards,
forty million yards more than the
British industry’s.

A complete embargo has been
placed on imports of Japanese
textiles into many British markets,
including that of the United King-
dom itself, East Africa, the West
Indies and Hongkong. Other Com-
menwealth countries have limited
the amount of textiles permitted
to be imported from Japan.

Little Help

But these restrictions have not
helped Lancashire as much as was
hoped. According to one repdrt,
agents of Lancashire firme in the
‘restricted markets” believe local
importers are holding up orders
from Britain in the hope that
cheaper Japanese textiles will sagn
be re-admitted.

A prominent British cotton in-
custrialist has recently drawn at-
tention to this expansion of Jap-
anese exports to the Common-
wealth. In East .§frica, he said
“a small army” of Japanese tex-
tile salesmen are waging a cold
war against Lancashire cloths.
Although at present unable ‘to
make sales, they are reported to
be quoting prices from thirty to
fifty per cent, below those offered
by Lancashire.

SPARKLING TEETH AND A “CHAMPAGNE PERSONALITY”
SUCCESS

In among the

West Germany.
delegation and Sweden
at the conference.

He feared that “considerable
concessions” would be made to
Japan by the international con-
ference. To forestall Japan’s claim
for a re-opening of Commonwealth
markets — which, he said is being
backed by importers in Colonial
markets — British policy at Bux-
ton should be to retain the Colonial
markets for Lancashire textiles
“for at least a further twelve
months.”

But even if it wished to do so,
the British delegation might find
it difficult to carry the conference
with it in any attempt to perpetu-
ate market restrictions. “he
emphasis in the agenda is entirely
on expansion, and Lancashire may
be warned that if it wants to win
its full share of expanded world
trade in cotton textiles it must cut

its ‘io to a. more compéti
tive level,

6 Nations Plan
Political Unity

Observers will have the right to
take part at any time in debate
but will not be allowed to vote.

The convention will be drafted
in such qa way that any nation
will be able to become a member
of the federation by simply rati-
fying the charter. The Committee
also will have to decide where
they will hold meetings. Some
delegates proposed Paris but in-
formed sources said the majority
of delegates opposed the choice
of a national capital because they
fear there might be certain inter-
ference and “outside influence.”

It is likely the Committee will
continue meeting in Strasbourg.
when the drafting Committee
completes its work Paul Henri
Spaak of Belgium will call oe
Plenary Session of the Conven-
tion of which he is President to
discuss and possibly modify the
draft constitution.

The 87 member Assembly an
outgrowth of the six nation Shu-
man Plan Assembly might hold
its first Plenary Session here in
November. —UP.

Hong Kong’s
In one of the most readable of
Colony annual reports, packet. Ag.
pages of arresting pictures,
Hong Kong 1951 edition just
available in London tells
story of the colony’s dollar. At
the time of H.K’s foundation in
1841, China’s currency was on a
basis of uncoined silver, but the
usual standard unit for foreign
trade was the Spanish or Mexi-
can dollar. Apart from one un-
fuceessful experiment in’ using
U.K. coins ‘alongside it, the
Mexican dollar became and
remained till 1895 the standard
coin, Then a British trade dol-
lar ousted the Mexican dollar.
Value? Since 1935 the Colony’s
dollar has been maintained at
approximately 1/3d. eater.

—L.







SPELL



the Pound funds



THE GAM

q CANBERRA.
British people will comprise 50

per cent. of Australia’s immi-
grants this coming year.

Provision is being made to ac~
cept 20,000 British full-fare-pay-
ing passengers from ajl sources
and 20,000 British assisted-pas-
Sage migrants.

In this connection Mr. Beale,
acting tion Minister, has
announ: the government's new

ration policy.

It is not intended to restrict in
any way the entry of British full-
fare-paying passengers provided
VYhey are sound in health, of good
character, and possess a valid
passport and unlikely to become
a eharge on the state.

And it is not proposed to dis-
turb the flow of British personal
nominees under the assisted
passage scheme.

As many as are nominated by
relatives and friends in Austra-
lia will be ed. The same
will apply to c migrants
—" by suitable organisa-
tions.

The nomination scneme will be
limited to small numbers of
skilled workers for whom em-
ployment is waiting in the metal
and other vital trades.

As the labour market for un-
skilled workers in Australia is
over supplied, emphasis now
will be laid on building up the
population bringing in the
families of workers already es-
tablished in the coufitry,

# *) +L.E.S.

(ne
*
Japan Will Lift
c 2 ao
Restrictions
; TOKYO, Sept. 22.
Japan will lift export restric-
tions to British Commonwealta
nations on October 1, the Minis-
try of International Trade and
Indus’ announced on Monday.
The lifting of restrictions, how-
ever, does not apply to Hong

Kong amd Singapote which will
be ruled on later.

Japan limited sales to the ster-
ling bloc last March because
had accumulated.
Decreased exports since March
have reduced Japan’s sterling
holdings, thus enabling relaxa-
tion. British bans were on ex-
ports of iron and steel, cotton,
yarn and cloth chemical
fibre products. THE’'Trade Minis-
try also said that it will permit
the annual export of 3,000 tons
of pig iron to the Philippines and
Formosa to offset unfavourable
trade balances. The Ministry de-
cided to stiffem its export regu-
lations to prevent shipment from
Japan of poor quality goods.

—U.P.

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Leewards’ Gavernor Uranium Seience May Polish
Returns From U.S. Found hh Steamy Windows

i
(From our own Correspendent) British

ANTIGUA, Sept. 22. _ .

scientists are near to

, perfecting a system which will

To-day His Excellency Si: From WILLIAM HAMSHER prevent shop windows becoming
Kenneth Bilackburne returned BERLIN. steamed, says the Shop-fitting Re-
from Wi where he spent Uranium has been found in search and Development Council.
fa week at the invitation of the Western ciermany’s Black Forest It is understood that the new

U.S. government and had dis-

cussions coneerning
Islands.

In drizzling rain His Exce!-
lency was met at Coolidge Field

and a German firm has asked the
Allied High Commissioner for
permission to exploit its find.

British officials in Bonn have
confirmed that the application
thas! been filed, but gave no indi-

method involves welding thin,
transparent layers of tin to plate-
glass windows.

Virgin

Now tests are

being made to
establish

whether an_ electric

i ecurity current can be passed through the
. Lady a ee A aoee, Ye Cet vetnt it My tin to heat the glass to prevent
ciliewnien A Themen the The firm is working near Steaming.

Leading stores attach Umnpor-
tance to the development because
every winter they lose trade hy
their window displays being ob-
secured, —L,E.S.

Freiburg Im Breisgau.

It is reported that the applica-
tion to work the ore refers to
Wittichen, a hamlet of fewer
than 200 people above 50 miles
north of Freiburg. x

As the application is for ‘per-

Commissioner of Police Colonel
Branch and Mr. F. C. Cateh-
pole, Labour Adviser to C.D. and
W. Shortly after Mr. Catchpole
left for St. Kitts where he will
spend one week.



In Mr. Catchpole con- mission to exploit” it is clear ee 7
ferred with Labour Officer Low- that prospecting has already!
A-Chee representatives of the gone far enough to lead German

ee.

Federation and Av- wr

Employers
tigua Trades Labour Union, He
visited the sugar factory and
Mill Reef properties. 4
Catchpele was impressed with
the improvements in relation to
capital and labour in this island.
Asked his opinion at Nelson’s
Dockyard, he said “I felt I was
walking on history.”

Exporters Should
: 2 -
Atceept Sterling
VANCOUVER, Sept. 21
Colonel J, W, Niehol, Vancouver
exporter on Saturday proposed a
plan for boosting trade with the
United Kingdom,
He proposed that exporters
accept sterling instead of dollars
and that the Federal Government

grantee to convert sterling te
ollars.

He said there was danger of a!
serious slump in Canadian trade
unless some way was foung to sell

\o the sterling group.—c.P.
Secretary Eden invited Tito last

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or strikingly relieved
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would be promising.

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Germany for prospecting. |

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fication of the Bonn peace pact
ends occupation and completes
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territory think that the source of
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BRITISH CARIBS?

QUITE recently the Lord Mayor of
London, Australian-born Sir Leslie Boyce,
was told that befdére he could renew his
British passport, hé must choose whether
to opt as an Australian citizen—in which
case his passport would be issued by the
High Commissioner for Australia in London
—or register as a citizen of the United
Kingdom and colonies. “No wonder” com-
mented the Sunday Times of London in an
editorial dated September 14 “that the
first citizen of London, as much a British
subject by birth as any Cockney in the
capital, thought this an offensive piece o:
nonsense.”



The position is even more fantastic if
one considers that neither Mr. Bustamante
nor Mr. Gomes, nor Mr. Adams nor indeed
anyone of us living in the British Carib-
bean would have the slightest difficulty in
getting passports renewed by the Foreign
Office in London should anyone of us be-
come Lord Mayor of that city. That is
there would be no difficulty so long as the
British Caribbean continued to be de-
pendent as colonies on London. Should
however the British Caribbean become a
self-governing Dominion the position of
all residents of the British Caribbean area
would be identical with that of the present
Australian-born Lord Mayor of London.
Barbadians or British Caribs as we should
probably then be called would have a lower

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Mauritian or Fijian in whom the concept
of Empire would be much less developed
for ethnical and historical reasons. This
amazing state of affairs which strikes a
deadly blow at the community of Empire-
minded peoples came into being as a result
of the strange British Nationality Act of

1948.

At the time when this Bill was being
debated in Westminster far-seeing citizens
of Empire warned against the anomalies
which would result from its enactment and
pointed out how devastating would be its
effect on the ideals of common, British
subject-hood. As too often happens in
history the advice of the far seeing citizens
was negleeted- by, the shorter-sighted and
today a citizen of Barbados enjoys on enter-
ing the United Kingdom a status of British
citizenship higher than that of the First
citizen of London, Such has been the
Judicrous result of an Act which has been
too largely ignored by all those who are
proud of their British subjecthood and who
are not ashamed to proclaim themselves
citizens of the British Empire.

In Barbados there is no squeamishness
felt by any class of citizen about the con:
cept of Empire and Imperial medals, anc
decorations are proudly displayed by repre-
sentatives of all our people. The ideal of
Empire is kept alive too by the Empire
Dav celebrations, the Royal Birthday
celebrations and there is no other loyalty
about which Barbadians are less divided
than they are in this loyalty to the Queen
as Mother of Empire. The word survives
with pride even in the title of sports clubs
and places of entertainment. Yet because
of the British Nationality Act of 1948, a
wedge will be driven in this solid mass of
Barbadian loyalty, should this island decide
to join with other British possessions and
become part of a self-governing Dominion,

It is difficult to see what would be gained
for the West Indies by loss of full British
citizenship (defined in the 1948 Act as
citizenship of the United Kingdom and
colonies”). Yet unless the architects of a
British Caribbean Federation insist that
the constitution should provide for the re-
tention by residents in the British Carib-
bean of full British citizenship as defined
by the 1948 Act, the status of citizens of the
new Dominion must by definition be lower
than that of the Mother Country.

How unsatisfactory is the whole ques-
tion of British citizenship today is well
illustrated by the experience of an English
born Secretary of State to the Government
of India. When after thirty-five years of
service to that country he desired to return
to England in 1946 to settle, he was com-
pelled to obtain not only a passport bui

even a ‘visa.

There can be no doubt that irritating
pin-pricks of this description intensely an-
noy individuals to whom their birthright
as British subjects and citizens of Empire
is a heritage of which they are justifiably
proud,

There are many West Indians alive to-
day whose faith in the ability of the British
Government of the day to govern wisely
and well these territories has often been
rudely shaken: but whose loyalty to the
Royal person who reigns over an Empire
in which this island has been included for
325 years remains shining and bright.

The principles embodied in the British
Wationality Act 1948 are not conducive w
the maintenance of that loyalty bezause 1.
abolished common subject-hood of at
citizens of the Empire.

So far the West Indies as colonies are
not affected but they may not always be
colonies, so that now is the time for all
those who support the Empire in deed to
give this subject serious consideration.

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LONDON

The price of food goes up again iy Vaughan Jones

next month. We must pay an

extra fourpence a week on each view moves such as these with
ration book to cover the increased concern, Amongst them is the
charges on bacon, sugar, butter, Women’s Liberal Federation,

cheese and fats. whose Executive Committee in
The Socialists are making capi- London has passed a resolution
tal out of the price rise; it hits expressing grave concern re-
the “little man” they say. Many garding the Krupp move. And
of us do not agree with the they urge Mr. Churchill into the
Socialists. It would be more right justification for such a payment.
to say we are slowly emerging For, do the Germans, as a race,
from the Fools Paradise of the even appreciate our friendly ges-
past years when the Socialists tures and tions?
handed out so much bounty that Many of us think not.
we began thinking there was no The Germans are not an
need to Work and pay our own “opportunistic” race. No, indeed.
way any more, They are opportunism itself; they
With prices and wages spiral- can more readily delude them-
ling, of course, we _ got into selves than any other nation into
trouble, for in the end somebody making wrong right and right
must always pay. wrong to suit their own am-
At present our food is sub- bitions.
sidised by the Governmdnt to This writer attended the great
the tune of £309,000,000, Next post-war atrocity trials; Nurem-
month increased food

000. A lot of money. Meantime, nor sympathy.
government subsidies on house- not exist in their minds.
hold sugar, cheese and cooking After the fall of Berlin, it was

fats will have been almost elimi- said the great Soviet Marshal Owners died.

nated. In return we are, in hard Zhukov, conqueror of the city,
cash, to benefit from increases in allowed his soldiers to loot and

family allowances and retirement ravage Germany's capital freely and _ visionaries .
had ves 7a
month.

pensions. for one month—just as they
There is, though, unsatisfactory done in other towns.
news from the labour front. Two Later,
and a half million men—work- Berlin's Potsdammer Platz
ers in the engineering and ship- lone Soviet Tommygunners dis=
building industries—want a £2 a perse by the power of fear alone,
week pay increase. Sir Robert a shouting rioting mob of ten
Gould, the Labour Ministry’s thousand milling Germans
chief peace-maker, is next week
meeting thirty-one of their lead-
ers in an effort to persuade them €rs have undoubtedly
to modify their demand. Even more leniency and clemency to
some of the Trades Union chiefs the Germans than have
think that the claim is unreason- Russians.
able so perhaps he may be selves they fed them and clothed
successful. them better, built up their in-
When first the dustries to flourish and prosper.

rkers had
put forward their Me But now, whom do the Germans

claims, their



employers said No. So the work- Tespect—and fear most?

ers retaliated by saying they Certainly not the Western
would not do overtime or piece- POWETS. ; .

work,

Do juvenile delinquents—boys
who have entered a crime life—
make good soldiers when given
a chance later on. There have
been two schools of thought;
those who believe that young
rascals will eventually turn out

It would be a sorry state of
affairs if this came about. Already
too many workers, spoilt by the
easy money days during and im-
mediately after the war seem
to have lost both pride in their
job and desire to earn a bit of
extra. money when they feel to be good fighters, and those
like it. What price initiative, en- Who consider they will be a nuis-
terprise and hard work, if even ace anyhow.
the reward is spurned. Britain’s Army Operation Re-

* * * search Group have now pro-

Few disasters have touched the Vided the answer. pin re
nation so deeply as the Farn- They made an enquiry into the
borough tragedy when de Havil- Military records cf a group. of
land test pilot John Derry’s jet soldiers who had been to Britain’s
plane exploded in mid-air, kill- Borstal Correctional Institutions,
ing him and twenty-five spec- 2nd a group of seldiers who had
tators, as he trieq to break a average background

” to their lives.

big oa ee pene very Both groups were of’similar age
work could bring death any time and intelligence and were called
but he undertook it just as UP - the ap he blished
another job; this life and soul was Tne Sem Ake BOW De riG
in the air as, knowing the Of the Borstal re"?, only fifty
dangers, this Briton sought to bd cent. had ae ane
solve the mysteries of supersonic wenty per cent, Ao hth
travel. He has his ‘succ rT satisfactory soldiers, thoug! ey
Immediately into the oe on had on occasion been in trouble.
went Neville. Duke, and the Thirty per cent. had been liabili-
twin cracks reverberating earth- fen... OF the Eroup. of a ae
wards, as his Hawker Hunter YOUD8 uray ninety a oF a ra
flashed onwards, told the crowds â„¢#@de Sie A i, eg shee Staci e.
that he had been successful, casioneily iy ge ibe had

* * et while
‘ been useless

Former enemy and big time : i
arms mamitectanes, Altved 3ouae J rarer OO ekas
is promised payment of £55,000, Deyo, A he Re h
000 by the Western Allied Com. ESychologist, of the | Reseatr
mission in respect of his mam- eroub, lend 0. sappert to. ine
Math holdings in steel a 1 idea that aggressive and _ anti-
And he thre ‘West and coal. social attitudes, once established
siiieaniot sie the ead oe in a man, could be easily directed
ditions of the top nazi war crim- eines oy the anak ae
po held . Ri a Spandau politic against which the aggressive
ech Shs wit cat were to agree, attitudes had in see ine place

i i been aroused, evertheless, as

There ar e many in Britain who pr, Penton pointed out, more

Our Readers Say:

Our Common Heritage









labours in this island of the Rev.
Francis Godson?
Yours etc.,
F, A. HOYOS.
“Springham”,
Shermingham Gardens,
Christ Church,
Sept. 15, 1952

St. Leonard’s School

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—I visited the St. Leonard’s
Schools today between 11 a.m, and
1 p.m,’ and I was very much im-
pressed with the effective manner
in which both the Boys’ and Girls’
Schools had settled down to work.

The Acting Headmaster of the
Boys’ School, Mr. G, C. Millar,
B.A., District Inspector of Schools,
kindly took me through every
class; and it was a pleasure to see
the boys at work, and to note their
interest and the attention they
were giving to the teachers. It is
true the desks and benches of some
of the classrooms are old and not
in keeping with the general out-
look of the school; but this must
be expected in a school building
out of which the workmen had to
be driven on the Friday before the
opening.

On leaving the Boys’ School I

To, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR,—May I thank the Rev.
Francis Godson for his letter in
last Sunday’s Advocate and may
| inform him (as well as Mr.
E. A. McAlister who made the
same query some time ago) that it
is proposed to publish the series
“Our Common Heritage’ in book
form as soon as they have run
their course in the Advocate. In
‘hat form, the articles will be
«vailable to such members of the
general public who may have
nissed one of them now and@
again.

But I venture to hope that
“Our Common Heritage,” when
it is published in book form, will
find its way into every Elemen-
tary and Secondary School in the
island. That was the object when
the Caribbean Union of Teachers
suggested several years ago that
textbooks on local biographies
should be produced in each of
the W.I. colonies and it was my
hope to help achieve that object
when I set out to write the series
“Our Common Heritage.”

The English child has long
been taught of the exploits of
Alfred the Great and Nelson. The

charges burg, Ravensbruck, Buchenwald, warious parts of the building.
will result in a reduction of the Dachau. One everlasting impres- These have been mostly present-
subsidies to £250,000,000 annually, sion remains, For their victims, ed by members of the Society.
thus sparing taxpayers £59,000, the Germans showed neither pity Some, lying about discarded, had
Compassion did originally been brought back as

thi it hed in *
is writer watc a Ganfereiia tal

eee and. Y ee old son of an, ex-U.S. Ambassador to Britain,
from e Lebanon;

Nogueira from Rio de Janeiro and
Throughout, the Western Pow- Mr. O, Akutagawa from Japan.
shown Lord Boyd Orr, old International-

the ernment movement in Britain will
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from the Borstal group were kill-
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Dr, Penton sumg up the situa-
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port that a military environment
gives a former delinquent a better ’
ehance of making good than a
civil one, “but I am able to state
categorically thatait is no worse.”

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By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK
TALL, blue-eyed Henry Cabot Lodge-jun.,

fs most handsome man in the Senate, is in’

One hundred guests this week| danger of losing his seat there ‘
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von Buddhist’ Society's new| If he does, it will be due to his single-

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— Es ~ een |*? join up in the last war. He was in the first | on

where candles burn in front of a/|tank unit to serve with Britain’s Eighth Army

red shrine, and the library contain-|jn Africa

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of Buddha, a picture of| For more than,a year now he has ignored

o eae ca fearrane the fact that he is up for re-election in

a MRAM statues oF Tt daha sited in| Massachusetts this November. When Eisen- :
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IN TEXAS nothing is ever an by halves
—not even the weather. For two years
ranchers suffered from drought. Now in
the heart of the sheep country downpours
measuring up to 11.67 inches isolated five
towns, washed out dams, and cost the lives of
three ranchers and hundreds of sheep.

METAL CHIPS in the gears of the
destroyer Pritchard caused serious damage.
Sabotage is suspected and Intelligence men
are investigating.

PRESIDENTIAL candidate Adlai Steven-
son is in Los Angeles—his birthplace. At
the house where he was born Maurice Mott
swept the front porch with a Stevenson
button in his shirt. He said, “But I have an
Eisenhower button on my coat upstairs. 1
have not decided whom I will vote for.”

HEAR the Archbishop of Canterbury’s
opinion of TV: “The world would be @
happier place if T'VV had never been discoyer-
ed. Mass-produced education by TV is one
of the dangers to the world.”

Then his wife broke in: “We had a TV
set in our room and I loved it.” Sighed the
archbishop, “Yes, she has become a complete
baseball fan.”

They were boarding ship for home after a
holiday in America.

War-time associations die quick-
ly as a rule, but this year’s Ala-
mein Reunion on October 24
commemorating the battle’s tenth
anniversary promists to be the
biggest yet. More Desert Rats than
ever indicate they will be at the
Empress Hall to revive old mem-
ories and to talk: over, perhaps
nosta'gically, the hardships they
suffered and the battles they
fought.

Present, this time will be Field
Marshal Alexander, whose duties
as Governor-General of Canada
had limited his previous appear-
ances.

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leaders, he is sure of a tumultous
welcome.

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weights dropped from above, and
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bus running over it. Mr. George
Denton, a manufacturer has ere-
ated a “safety shoe” with internal
toe-caps of spring steel. Weighing
two ounces, these caps will sup-
port a weight of three tons.

With attention to detail, Mr.
Harold Watkinson, Parliamentary
Secretary to the Board of Trade,
informs us that there were 29,000
foot injuries in 1950, most of them
in socecies ans works.

‘ost of these injuries could have “ : ‘ tame oh
been prevented if suitable foot TO enhance the infantryman’s prestige,
protection had been worn. as the official communique puts it, G.I.s can

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of careful investigation. The Girls’
School has been in use as a school
for at least a year, whereas as I

have said already the workmen

* * *
MAGISTRATE John Murtagh asked for

Robert Jacobs’s licence to drive a car. Jacobs will be closed for’ Annual Stock Taking: on:

had to be driven out of the Boys’ said that in 15 years of driving around New WEDNESDAY Sept. 24
School building just two days be-| York he had never bothered to get one.
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The Department of Education| Sentence: 30 days in a jail where prisoners }{{}- THURSDAY ‘ 25
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would have been impossible for
nve to have found both of these
schools working as smoothly and
effectively as I found them just
four days after their opening. Let
us criticise by all means but let us
give praise to whom praise is due,

Yours faithfully,

W. H. CARTER.

Dash Valley, St. George.
19th September. 1952,

More Pay

To the Editor, the Advocate,
IR,— The address intro-

duced into the House of Assembly

two weeks ago having as its object

Americans off Fifth-avenue they have lived
in luxury flats along Park-avenue. Now
they are gradually being driven from Park-
avenue by the great office buildings.

IN 1881 Union College gave a poor boy MONDAY Sept. 29
named Frank Bailey a free scholarship.
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omen ice-cream is having a LOOK - these are your
hard time. An imitation made of vegetable

oil instead of milk is selling fast. And butter-|

went on to the Girls’ where I met a large increase wf ‘salary for its
the Headmistress who with her members should be condemned for
usual courtesy explained the full all that it is worth.
working of the school, and kindly Has the intreducer of the ad-
allowed me to remain and witness address considered for a moment

French child is expected to know
) great deal about Napoleon, The
American child cannot grow up
without learning about George

Washington. And even _ the the dismissal of the school for the the Starvation, Nakedness and Bad
Venezuelans — be it said to luncheon period. I stood at a van- Housing Condition, that is existing
their honour — teach their

tage point where I could see the in Barbados in this twentieth cen-
exit of both boys and girls from tury? Has he any regard to the
the school buildings, and watched Fiscal Survey of the island by Pro-
those who remained at school take fessor Beasley with his warning of

children about Simon _ Bolivar.
That is, of course, as it should
be. Is it not therefore right that

i i = ir-condition-
schools is | -18¢ another gleaming 26-storey air-condi

milk ice-cream, supposedly smoother and
richer in taste, ison the ways —*

THE Long family of Louisiana is really
swimming in front-page headlines, Dr.
George Long, a dentist, has just won a seat
in Congress in a by-election. “His brother,








KEEP THESE

Insist on = z

we in this island should tell our
cahidren about Prescod and
Reeves, Greaves and Charles
Duncan O'’Neale? That, I respect-
fully submit, is not parochial. It
is now generally accepted that
history should be taught as an
enlargement of experience—that

lunch, I have never seen better
discipline and more orderly be-
haviour at any school, secondary
or’ elementary.

I paid a visit to these schools to
see for myself if the critics who
complained about the untidy con-
dition of the Boys’ School on the





Senator Huey (“Kingfish”) Long, started the HANDY ANCHOR PRODUCTS
reckless spending? long parade to Washington. .When Huey was Ox engee Anche’ Maites

nthe work of the House during | assassinated ‘by a disappointed job-holder,

resent se e : . :
conspicucus; and therefore. does) his widow took his Senate seat. And at
not at ari nceee in salary| Istanbul, Russell Long has just swum the 500-
mbers, Te is no yard Bosphorus from Turkey to Asia Minor.

denying the fact, that the most
the House is doing in these days} LEO DUROCHER manages the New York

Corned Beef

Kam—All Pork
Luncheon Beef

Lunch Tongues
Hams—i'» Ibs. to 8 (bs.
Herrings in Tomato Sauce

Anchor Evap. Milk
Anchor Milk Powder

Anchor Cheese









the children should learn about opening day were really justified j. 7 vot; i : ] Sardines og x
their own environment and pro- in their criticism. . Siete’ See wl rh Giants Baseball Club. And they are trail- Meakbani F.

ceed from the known to the un- I! am sure that if these critics Gog heip us ener the Brooklyn Dod ight : in tile or your
known—that they learn of the returned today they would For members to get into the AS She SSG VOrEtemee” Gener acs

contributions made by the artist, ashamed of their hasty, unjust and 445.56 to talk about the status of| National League race—a heavy handicap TODAYS Overseas
the scientist, the philanthropist unreasonable criticism. the Barbador ph paettn Pe th n’ d *

and the reformer not only to the 1 am a Barbadian and cherish 2° (Oot A008 GUee fe Legista RORY LHe: Peagen. # ent. SPECIALS

outside world but to their own our old institutions which have 85 Compared wit Tete vaalniGteten shes tist signee coherent . eee Parcel
little community, Only in this done good work in the past, even ‘res of Trinidad = os is 4 e eo has just signed /a new ¢ PAC Rue e fe eae

way can they appreciate that though they may not have ad- ae aie en oem ag Oh the} With a pay boost. His -new salary ix Gkerits 0 obaia per 1k Sugar
pitiery is = oreeae, peor Fee eT eee tin tegour political status of Barbados com-|estimated at from 50,000 to 65,000 dollars Arrowroot

of some of these new ideas; buf
we must not allow our prejudices
against these new ideas to blind
our vision, and cause our criticism
to savour of ignorance rather than
of knowledge,

the changes which are taking
place in the world to-day, in their
own island, their own town or
village are all products of the
past; Our ehildren would then
come to learn that they are mem-



pares most favourably and even
surpasses that uf the two men-~
tioned colonies, but what we are
up against is not political status,
but economic resources.

Can we in a year that has all



(£17,800 to £23,000) a year.
GOOD NEWS fiom the business front.
Unemployment is down almost to its lowest

Guava Cheese

Ping, |

Honey

bers not of an isolated group but
of a world society.

Would it not be appropriate
for the historian of the future to

One of the criticisms levelled appearance to be a drought year
against the Boys’ School was its double the salaries of our mem-
unprepared and disorderly condi- bers of the House of Assembly?
tion, so much so that not even a Do members remember the long
bit of chalk could be obtained. drawn out debate that took place
introduce the Barbadian child to To justify the apparent soundness cver the increase in salaries for
the world humanitarian move- of this criticism a comparison was ¢xperts
ment after the first World War made with the Girls’ School. This ments?

by telling him of the magnificentis where the criticism shows a lack L. B. BRATHWAITE,

and heads of depart-/planes, tanks, guns, and ammunition set a

point since the war’s end. Industrial pre-
duction is bounding. Steel output is up to

Fruit Juice



- ( Molasses
i0U per cent. of capacity. And Americans Gold Braid Rum
have more money in the bank than ever. GODDARDS Beef Suet

ARMS production is up: Deliveries 1}

We Delicer

} Empire Coffee
{
July record, :

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952



LS ‘ene

APPEAL DISMISSED WITH COSTS Someones

Court Of Error Rules ~~
No Jurisdiction

HIS LORDSHIP THE CHIEF JUDGE, Sir Allan Col-
lymore, Kt., in the Court of Error, yesterday, dismissed
with costs the appeal of Hilary and Iretha Chandler,
husband and wife, against the decisior® of Mr. S. H. Nurse,
Petty Debt Judge, District “E”, who ordered them to pay
£10 damages plus costs for trespassing on the land of
Gladys Beckles. This decision had n confirmed by
Mr. Justice H. A. Vaughan and Mr. Justice A. J. Hanschell
in the Assistant Court of Appeal.

Seminar In
Jamaica A

The appeal was dismissed on
the ground that the Court of Er-
ror had no jurisdiction over the
matter, it being only empowered
to hear appeals on points of law,
which were not set out in the
appeal.

The case was first heard in the
District “E” Petty Debt Court S
before Mr. Justice S. H. Nurse on
the 9th July 1951 when judgment uccess
was given for the respondent
Beckles in the sum of £10, the _ Tie Seminar held in Jamaica
amount claimed, and cost to the £f0m September 1—17 was for the
extent of £1 6. 0. This decision #UrPose of considering how adult
was confirmed by the Court of ©ducation could contribute to











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Chief Judge
Strikes Out
Appeal Case





His Lordship the Chief Judge, |
Sir Allan Collymore, Kt., in the}
Court of Error lay struck}
out for want of osecution the
appeal ff Samuel Steed ind
allowed to remain in force the
decision of the Judges the
Assisiant Court of Appeal who
reversed an earlier decision of the
Petty Debt Court and entered
judgment for Carlyle Headley for
£10, plus costs

Steed died before the Appeal in
Error w heard, and when the
matier was called) on the 8th
Septemter, His Lordship pointed

out that “if



no executor, adynin-
istrator or other representative of
Steed appeared contir the
appeal, the decision of
of Appeal would rem
No representative
terday morning

appe
The case was first heard in the

to ue
the ¢

in in force

ourt

appeared yé
to continue

the






































































na a Petty Debt Court before Mr
Appeal on the 17th December, ©@tibbean development. Emphasis A. J: H. Hanschell. Headley
1951. was laid on the fact that educa- claimed £10 damages, alleging L
Yesterday morning the appel- tion was development and that that on October 28th 1949, Steed OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
lants appeared unrepresented pore territories could not afford : ; scld him a cow for £10. 8. 4. for
white the respondent Gladys to waste their human or material MEMBERS of the local Jewish Community congregated at the house of Mr. 8. Altman for réligious butcher’s meat on a warranty ort
Beckles was represented by Mr resources, . services in commemoration of their 5713th New Year. Celebrations begati at 6 p.m. on Friday November Ist of the same vear
1 We “4 sihechan , It was organised by the De- evening and continued until Sunday evening the same hour. an re : r
D. H. L. Ward, instructed © by par : that if the cow was condemne A.G. SPALDING & BROS. LTO:
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici- of the Uineaieke Dene a PE 9 eRe ae kas hows 7.7 Deal. re ay . ra he would refund the money. The macs iaaticae Lda tight Adee aiccdaiensh eddies’ dgmmbanmlanenl "i
“oT , Nn ota Mad West Indies, the Jamaica Agricul- / VY Foy ted 8s. the. public’ market am }
The two appellants did not ar- tural Society the Jamsica octal I > before being slaughtered Ht
rive in the Court until after the Welfare Commissio t m ; Headley refused to be non-|}}
matter had been called, and when ative Department of Tne ae Man Found Dead ; - y, suited and judgment was entered } rain
His Lordship inquired for their Education Department of Jamaica MIS ADVENT URE for Steed. Headley appealed. In|} YOU LL
Counsel, they intimated that they with the assistanc; of UNESCO: In Gutter 4 the court of Appeal Their |{
had retained Mr. W. W. Reece, the Government of Jamaica and Honours Mr. G. I Taylor |}
yn Solicitor Geel but on OE Erm Council, About 3.45 a.m. on Septem- A NINE-MAN JURY yesterday returned a verdict oi ona = H. A oe saveres BE
urther = inquiry r. eece in- e€ programme was arranged ber 21 the dead body of Henry se . sative at? : ; . the decision of the Petty ebt
formed the Court that he was not in consultation with snalebect of Forde (69) of Silver Hill, death by ene adventure in _ ee nee oe: David Judge and entered judgment f y win
appearing in the case. the University of Puerto Rico and | Christ Church was found in a stances surrounding the deat “4 of 4-year-olc avid Headley for £10 and costs in tha DELIGHTED
No Legal Point with the Adviser on Social Wel- | gutter on Cane Vale Road, St. Trotman of Butlins Tenantry, St. George, before His Court and the Court below
His Lordship explained the ieee = oe for De- Wee acta das aebaiiadncnttnes Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. Obituary: \ o
c sitio 2 sg ts, Vi ment an elfare in the i : rae ; g . . i 7° ‘ ‘ :
pointing out thet “the weee had West Indies. was performed by Dr. E. L. David Trotman was detained at the General Hospital 3} New Arrivals in our Cosmetic Dept.
been started since December last . Miss Ibberson who returnea | Ward who’ attributed death to suffering from burns on. his body on August 26 but died MRS. G. BISPHAM
year, and asking them to give tAgh yomeiee last week told the — causes, namely, heart four days later. Dr. K. B. Poe who pres ba At the age of 88 Mrs. Gertrude | AYERFAST — The Lipstick that L-a-s-t-s
their grounds of appeal. vocate” yesterday that the : post mortem examination on August 31 at the General} Bispham of Long Gap, Spoone: By Harriet Hubbard Ayer
# shi nae ad Seminar was a notable i : {il!, was lz > res the West
His Lordship after reading the ; success. ospital Mortuary, attributed d -| Hill, was laid to rest at the We
dunia oF Pp a pote he t The Seminar was fortunate in H P - ys: attributed earn to pneumonia’ follow | bury Cemetery yesterday atte | Went Dry — Won't Smear — Won't Leave Tell Tale Traces
Judg reason for arriving a
: ms : gathering together ; ing extensive burns on the body. vann weg ene
their decision, informed the ap~ fap, ee ge xi a number of 9 noon before a large gatherin
ag a ee ‘ epresentatives o international : icl ore timo of the life} IVIS e » . Y
pellants that there’ was no legal Cybanicutions fnek yi ational 6 Adele’ On. _ two wisnesses told the Court dhelt reversed the decision of His| “Rich bore testimony of the I INVISIBLE HAIR NET LACQUER
volved, ¢ ‘ sed th ng Mr. Soren ; ; ; | she lived. lastic S
cat at , ge ae ly € sen, a representative of Point-Four a that while David Trotman was in Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting! ~ Mrs, Bispham was a worshipper in Plastic Squeeze Bottle
appeal With Costs agains * Programme of U.S.A., Mr s the house of Etheline Rudder on Police Magistrate of District “A”| - e Whitehall Brethren Chu : i ¥ ”
, Setting out the reason for at- Bowers, Head of the Fundamental alaen ' rip August 26, a pan of boiling water who fined Cecil Green of Dash eg aga ariog ~ ciale iia’ tee NAILOID — “New 5 in 1 Manicure
Judges of the Assistant Court of Baucation ‘Division of UNESCO, : taken to the General Hospital Valley, St George 8/- and 1/-) confined to bed and so was unable |} — PWISSORS — Scissor-Handle Tweezer
“al "he ax! raped teat Puerto "T\ Wi t Ind Nt ea meatanate or eee costs for allowing the car X—157) to be active. She was generall wr == SCISSOr-ceangle yeezers
ee ee ae facts of the Rico, regional representative of O es 1es JEWELLER FINED to be on McGregor Street, a! known a. “Mammie” by many of EYE LASH CURLERS
Saied tle e. Pee tae cae UNESCO and Miss E. Haglund of Re Reet restricted area, for the purpose of} her neighbours and friends and ie ees th eran na
= ve Uae? Sent . F.A.O. ‘From Our Own Conrespondent) His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, Picking up passengers on March| Was loved by them. e
wk sa Conk a geese] oe delegates were taken for a LONDON, Sept. 22. Police Magistrate of District a” 8. She was predeceased, by het { \ _
o e Assistant Court o: ppeal number of field trips to see the The Sun Adele, a 5,000-ton ship he pied 4 Side: Their H rs ismiss husband 30 years ago, and leaves} KNIf Hl I [D
yh Sade cae “ nian ; ’ ’ sterd: 2 acl . FESS, 1eir onours lismissed the} husband ¢ yea igo, ang ome
three roods, _34 perches of land rural reconstruction of various owned by Saguenay Terminals, Desens at tt Poe ‘eB te oe case without prejudice, Mr. 7. E | to mourn their loss ntany children, | A r : PHOENIX PHARMACY
Sr ata ee ck ne eee and | crganizations. makes her maiden voyage to the paid in two “months or three Brancker appeared on behalf of] Prand-cfldren and great grand-| SE SS
At that time, there was on the Judging by their comments, visit- West Indies to-morrow. She has P° a a Ae Gti: pad Bheans Mic eles eae a entdrans — SZ
land board and s hous Ne ~ : months’ imprisonment with hard Green, The case was brought by
and a board and shingled house ors received the impression that assenger accommodation for },; > the larce ailee : hie ae :
belonging to the appellants, and the work was based on a realistic Oeelve dna‘n | apbbe Guten ae -~ es aeasety a, a go pa ree of Traffic Branch,| OCDE DDI D DELLE SIA EOTETE 9
: : ’ ie nt s of one gold bangle anc 2/6, the Central Station. *s
making efforts to abtainand ver effered ah examtle nt peoesand Knots. She will serve the islands propert. of Miss Janne Baldine : JUST IN TIME {3 S
: : “ ei Pe ae : of the Eastern Caribbean. The offence was committed on ON PROBATION 1%
be 2 that ane possession to, which, on slender resources. Her first port of call will be August 18. Cpl, Nurse arrested ~—-—— \% SPECIAL x
poi entitled under her convey- Atter soon Crewe. oud Barbados and from there she will Burgess. pe Worship Mr, G, B. Griffith \3 x
ance, , th st week, the Confer- o Trinida ish Guiana, cting Police Magistrate of Dis- | \ r ¢
Soon after she bought the land, ence divided up into four groups got tnidad ‘and Betis oe £5 FOR WOUNDING trict “A” yadberday siaced 18- 18 STOCK-TAKING OFFERS— R
=~ sense ae ne ee in = fe ener (1) communications of Hot -ameagemneatedeaite) vee id forthe YOW-0ld Neville King of Peterkin ix x
rigina urisdiction to have the ideas wi Special reference to * ° ne of £5 to be paid forth-'T nq st, Michael on probati fi SEED— Ms
house removed and her applica- vee. and the use of visual aids; C.D.C. Controller In with or two months’ imprisonment 12 baths pie stenting 5 ger ‘3 %
ws was Secu ‘ Ag eh iy? y sane © The Role with hard labour was imposed es dhave and a steel scraper, carpen- 8 %
The appellants thereupon re- © Co-operative Movement in ". 22-year-old domestic servan : : aa gy shai 7 1% . .
placed the house on the land, and Adult Education and (4) Tha@ B.W I. Gets Transfer Louise Brathwaite of Bank Hall, pr Pe ah i to Leon Fostex “SEEDS THAT |S 5 Only 22 in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES x
in January this year, the re- A ame Library in a oye (From Our Own Correspondent) St. Michael yesterday when she The offence was committed on SUCCEED ” |} I EAI NI x
spondent made another such ap- se groups presented their re- leaded guilty before His Worship « See a te >i rs ‘ TO CLEAR—ONLY $5.00 EACH .
plication, and the house was once sewed iS ny ee on KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mr. G. B. Griffith of wounding ae src ce Is %
more ordered to be removed. pee ey : Sept. 22. Emmanuel Mayers on his face Con lite. Ritntie ae % %
ae , ; . 22, é ayers . entral Police Station prosecuted % %
Nevertheless the appellants have , The Conference was very for- sr 2 vg ee si rith ¢ , fe bync ; } ‘4 J ' tue Ut] ¢ W >
dinis ames “ house, and tunate in its Chairman, Mr. Nor~ Abitae Oak ee with a pen knife for the Police, Reet. ¢ wuneen § oreo, 3 6 Only ‘ SOLO SPRAYERS %
have also depastured stock on Man G. Fisher, Chief Education troller of C.D.C., i at . British Mayers told the court that while s . Parsley, Onion, Leck, Pep- N18 op ovr ; roe
the. land Officer, Manchester, who was wos: Redial nari British .. his way home on September Diamond nus ars' 7” , and 50 other |i THE ONE-MAN SPRAYER WHICH SPRAYS ON BOTH THE §%
Their defence is that they are °l0S¢ly associated with the setting ndles 5. diving up his 97 about 2 Brathwaite came LOUIS L, BAYLEY per, Thyme, and oo ower ii UP AND DOWN STROKES, IDEAL FOR TREES, VEGE- &
So because the land UP of the Cambridgeshire Village Ch@tge of the West Indies region 2) {bout 2 p.m. Brathwaite cam Th eeecee os kinds of Flower and Vege- 11/% TABLE AND OTHER GARDENS ¥
entitled to do so because the land Coneges and later held a seniee corporation in the next few UP to him and after they had a| Bolton Lane table Seeds. i$ Hi ert oT >
still belongs to the female defend- . ges and later held a senior month A aw disagreement she cut him on hi 12 >
; , : : position in Army Education, Mr. S on transfer to another i i nt t | } $11.00 EACH ¥
ant Iretha Chandler, but in the Pichapauis - ; v i £ face with a pen knife. He went to H i% . ' ‘.
i : s ;, Pisher’s wit and wisdom were un- "gion corporation. i BRUCE WEATHERHEAD | :
light of the foregoing evidence, it failing, He is staying on in Anderson returned to Jamaica tR¢ General Hospital and the S. P. He A ee % 8
Me ae g. ‘ Owes dvam . %
hin dae ta that it is a Jamaica to bring out the final on Saturday after a week’s tour Cen a ee nie St vk k LTD x B D :
The trespass i¢ a contumacious "®POTt of the whole Conference. of British Guiana and Trinidad in '"° oes sialiad be Fe timer ay Bp cate 2 Nite SPs ehaee: | , IR CAGES—assortep STYLES AND SIZES
o . ~ 7 roan see ha
one, and we think that the de~ to igy Un, Of the report will be the interest of the Corporation DECISION REVERSED pe cee eee eee oe \\
ciaien of the C A t el e de- to lay down programmes and In British Guiana he concluded hice titniniet able | the Wha ere aa: AKER E, Nis Also sold at “THE Flower {}\) PRICES FROM $4.77 TO $9.24 x
District Petty Debt Cc 3 ng i make practical suggestions for final arrangements for a $6,250,000 “In the Assistant Court of Appeal foe onmentiel Lee the gomfort of Shop” Aquatic Club Gap }))}
be: firmed.” ourt) should work in the subjects studied; it loan for the rice development cor- esterday Their Honours Mr, H. A your animal, a eke
e confirmed, ebouid be of use to the region as_ poration. acne and Mr. A. J. H. Han- PFS =
a whole. As the Conference pro- a ee ene

gressed, it became evident, not
only that many problems found
in our British territories are
shared by others in the Caribbean,
notably Haiti, but that even where
racial structure is different as in
Puerto Rico, questions of tech-
nique are the same.

work re- The Conference was remarkable
morning for its unity and good fellowship
a wet and should be a precursor of reg-
week-end. The crew of the ular regional meetings on adult
schooner “Rainbow M.” was at education. 7
work unloading the cargo which The Government of Jamaica
the vessel had brought to the Welcomed the delegates at a cock-
island on Saturday morning from tail party given in the Myrtle
St. Vincent. The cargo included Bank Hotel and the Governor in-
copra, vegetables, limes, machin- Vited them either to a luncheon
ery and pumpkins. Similar work ©'_4 dinner party at King’s House.

Work Resumed On
Waterfront ‘After
Wet Weekend

On the waterfront,
commenced yesterday

rather vigorously after

which was also stopped by the _ Messrs Nathan put on a special
rain was in progress on the exhibition of Penguin books and
schooner “Henry D. Wallace”, Prints and gave a party for the

Seminar at Maryfield. The dele-
gates enjoyed a day’s bathing ‘at
Laughing Water by. the courtesy
of Mr. Simpson of Bromley and
had tea at Tower Isle Hotel by
the courtesy of Mr. Abe Issa.
Each visiting delegate was assign-
ed to the special care of a Jamai-
can and much private hospitality

which came into port on Friday.
The Philip H. Davidson was
also unloading the remainder of
its cargo which it brought from
Demerara during the past week.
Besides its cargo of rice and char-
coal which was unloaded last
weck, the Davidson also brought



































SOOO AIOF



Among many other useful items we have just received
the following—

| Socket Screws, Brass Door Brass Flush Bolts, Key-
jolts, Cupboard Catches, | Britton MMaaons, TH
} W.C. Seat Hinges, Rings.

“STANLEY” HAND AND BREAST DRILLS, SINGLE
AND DOUBLE PLANE IRONS, SOCKET FIRMER %















x os 3 CHISELS AND GAUGES.

\e ————— eo ————————— Sooo 8
Bs HARRISON’S Hardware Dept.
% Dial 2364 or 3142 3
LMA APRA AM sents









| SAVE
ON THESE
y) B





a quantity of wallaba posts was enjoyed as a result, a i)
which were being unloaded yes- —— ~~~ an rece es B t baal y
terday morning. for British Guiana and Dominica Cat @ i}
respectively. ' 1g" t
FOUR SHIPS ARRIVE Pik daunpielind vassits were the ; i CHECK OUR
Wiis atthe aenteaee Shi steamships Kallada for Cuidad a$ ) , ‘ » 4
nea Ships arrived in Portiudel Trujillo, the Planter for Trin- th VARIETY TODAY
2 reek- . y : ’ oa tania tbe OW
the s.s. Cottica which arrived idad, the Sunwhit also foi i} Be ie a a Usually NOW
: '» Trinidad and the Canadian Con- n BARKY DRIED FRUIT SALAD — per pkt, $ .39 — § .32
from Madeira, the ss. P. & T. aac 8 s Domi oi ))) COCOMALT per tin 1.40 =— 1320
Pathfinder from Trinidad, the “tructor for San Domingo ll : ; ee )) || CARRS CREAM CRACKERS pertin 1.64 — 1.30
my. B r.tta irom Belize and the route to eae ee insleleae ana DINNER SETS — 40 Pieces (Old English Yellow = $25.26 i}} CANADIAN SARDINES per tin 20 — 17
m.y. Trois Islets from Cayenne, Unload a whe eae . ” " vw, (Green & Silver) 27.67 {| jf] CONDENSED MILK pertin .32 — 30
The Fre vessel Trois Islets "U™ from ‘this port. ni - 40 " (Blue Band) ...... 30.82 ( * eee 4
is consigned to R. Ml. Jones Lid. op, B, RADAR IN CAREENAGE ns t 40 (Cottage Green) 38.76 i} ll eincwede te samatalbeceend ow Mt tie 0. Sab
while the Baretta is consigné o _— - — = ee i PRUNES per Ih $ 58
DaCosta & Co. The motor coaster “T, B. Ra- . . : : 31.00 ii P NES *
The ss. Cottiea which arriv- dar” which wee somes into. Car- BREAKFAST SETS 60 Pieces—in Blue & Pink \ RAISINS ber t» 43
rom Madeira br - lisle Be , * > . reel :
a ae i the is aa ie cane i082 eieae “Grifting off i is TEA SETS — 16 Pieces—(Blue Band) 10,95 hi GLAC E ¢ HERRIES . a 2 ~
consisted of 1,525 crates of pota- now lying in the Cursenage. his ” ” (Cottage Green) 15.37 } aio Almonds) ae 3 > phir ‘oR
toes, 680 crates of onions, 100 vessel was anchored off the Har- , ae v ss anc. * nah Of, 18
bags of split pe 100 cases of bour Police jetty since that time. COFFEE SETS “h hee Veen any ssi oa 1) a (Silver Balls) Ban 5 2
milk powder, 25 cases of cheese, ‘. . - - ‘ ictorian AS NUT MEG penal. ‘o4
337 cartons of ' condensed etl, LUMBER ha - ‘ 15 % (Cottage Green) 10.82 PEANUTS ; per th 48
1,312 cartons of bottled beer, ; ‘ ed i P > ‘ CG 1G ~ t. Al
cases of tinned ham, 50 cases of tna tolote during the post week IS INDIVIDUAL PIECES MAY BE PURCHASED BRIDAL ICING SUGAR poe pat. a
~h eggs and 50 bags of linseed. » onset 7 a BRIDAL CASTER SUGAR oer = :
ne vessel 1s consigne S. F. experienced, Lumber of a inds )) Ce es aa ae * 61
aE Se Casta aE van feateteS, ah Cte CAVE SHEPHERD I || See ee eres aia Por Soe
command of Captain M. F. Van j..mpberyards. Last week the price nl ‘ { JR'S AL & I STE ... botil 33
gles \ a Sc "N & HAM PASTE per bottle
Deum. of diuaded war Soweeed’ eh. aoa FREE with ev ery Complete Set & C0. LD ARMOUR'S CHICKEN & HAM PAS wer botite 39
JESSELS y places. OU 'REEN 7 : ui MPERIAL FRANKFURTERS per tin
SIX VESSELS LEAVE Siete ieidte: -inkinsdats’, tes Purchased a SOUP TUREE! i
There were six departures over expected to arrive in the island

s
the week-end. Two schooners left near the end of the year. It is ex- will he
port on Sunday, the Frances pected that when these boats ar-

Smith and the Confident I. G. rive, fur siding will be available.






given.

10, 11, 12,

. ») COCKADE FINE RUM
pals | || STANSFELD SCOTT & Co., Lid. |
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ie M. Jordana, M. Jordana, M. Jor Following one of the wettest
TELEPHONE 2508 REAL dana, C. Puig, © Foladore, M. Fola@ week-ends of the year the
SRR ES' TE dore, BR. Mazo, D. Mago, A. Paschen, : " : ? 5336 - - HOSS
TA A AND AIR M. Paschen, D. Baums, H. Baums, 7) Weather returned somewhat to cians ms
DIED FOR SALE hepatitis iacenipsinnetpansamensentntdtilioatieninenssitiiss Prestegaard, ©. Prestegaard, C. Web- norma! with thermometers regis-
= “CRANE HOUSE" situate in the parish ber, M. Mueller, C. Davies, A. Leak. {ering 86.5° in the shade yester- :
‘ - ns 9: of Saint Philip standing on 12 acres From Trinida: ao : . + The M.V MONEKA”™ will ac-
BASCUMBE—On September 22nd, 1952, 1 rood and 22 perches of land. SEPTEMBER 21 day. cept Cargo and Passengers for
Son aah oh ee a The House contains six bedrooms. draw- G. Carr-Brown, M. Cart-Brown, B Cool breezes from over the sea Dominica, Antigua. pains t,
x ro. @ : : ing, 4 Carr-Brown, A. Carr-Brown A.. Cagr- “e si e: Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing day
te Hall, St. Michael. 8 4.30 p.m AUTOMOTIVE ae I i Brown. A. Martin, G. Goldie, R. Majn- seduced the intensity of the Diss ; ; 3 1%h inst
today. for the Westbury Cemetery. a) : ~~ | The above will be set up for sale at n Carlisle Bay got, B. Bayne, C. Bayne, D. Bayne considerably, thereby affording No appetite? No pep? The
“Gertrude Bascombe (wife), Vesta. CAR—One Morris @ H.P. Just repaired | public Competition on Friday the 26tn|_,SChooners:— Mary M. Lewis, DiOrta>, J. Cramer, N. Cramer, B. Gill, F. Pau some relief from the hot sweltes- rich, blood-building proper- The M.V. “CARER: will
Evelyn, Rita and Loulge ‘Banfield] tyres and Battery as new and is in|gay of September 1952 at 2 pm. at the|®#inbow M., Henry D. Wallace, Anita 4. ing weather of a few weeks ago : Scent. Camo. and: Pamgeisers | Ss
nieces! Sydney Banfield (nephew.) } 00d working condition. Phone 4175 office of the undersigned. Ps ©\H. Gita M.. Cyril E. Smith Philip , #&. Carr, V. Work le i ties of YEAST-PHOS will Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
-~——-___ — o= —20.9.52—3n. CARRINGTON & SEALY Davidson, Amanda T., Franklyn D. #. @@% ‘Watson, J. McLean N. Hoy- people and shoppers hew- ‘restore lost energy and will Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
KIRTON—MRS. LOURSA_KIRTON (bet ——_—__-— ——— veces Siveet, | Motor Vessels:— Blue Star, Velvet Lacy” land, EB. Thomas ever prepared themselves for amy . . day 26th inst
ter known. os “Pigs — Kirton")| CAR—Austin A-40 late 1951 Model Te s| Ricardo Arias, T. B. Radar “** From Grenada: further break in the weather, and . keep you fit!
mother of Mrs. Mary Griffith. Her] Gear-shift in steering, 5,000 miles. Can ; ” ARRIVALS SEPTEMBER 21. carried their rain coats and um- >) B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
funeral leaves the residence of John} be seen at Eckstein Bros. 22.9.52—5n |, Black Rock. Wall house| ™.V. Baretta, 859 tons from Belize, 0. Minors, A. Minors, A. Hornby, » ono. \_y aah PHOS ASSOCIATION (INC.)
— Consignee, Tele. No. 4047

A. Griffith for the Pilgrim Holiness{ —-————————————__-. be or pnagpenagy-
Church Garrinaton’s Village at 4.199 GAR — One Ford Prefect Car 1961. stagding on 8% Acres arable land e0n- | DiCosts & Cote Aeenis:— f° Williams, A. Branard
and renee the a” deans a mer driven 7,400 miles. As new ing rooms, 3 bedrooms Toilet, Baih S.S. Cottica, 2,312 tons, from Madeira, From Antigua:
John F Griffith randso"\),J/ Owner bought new car. Ring 8115 or|Kitehen, breakfast room and 2 store.|U®der Captain M. vanDeum. Agents:— SEPTEMBER 19
Maude Nurse, Audrey Kirton,] 4621. 20.9.52—3n. | rooms. Govt. water and electric light. |5:_P: Musson & Sons. : :
Phéae SS. P. & T, Pathfinder, 4,671 tors, ams, M. Martin.

A. Mahew, M. Humphrey, S. St. Louis,

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(daughters), William Weekes (son', B. Savoury, H. Savoury, E. Wiili-

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two Great-grands. ar oer B.S.A. Motorcycle. Good con- Fred Carmichael 243 23.9.52—2n SoS a. = A. Aithen, Agents: For DEPARTURES ay sil ioaiisielieneiais scnnantyhnaisieeacnaliinaniatalaainmn
» & 52—In i : n — fs ‘ Puerte Rico:
oe eee Man, Oa, SSM |e BORE GF LAND. Situated ot Car | .,M.V- Roots diets, 108, tone, trom Cay Pe. t ,
: Daa Sen cielaonsettre thainn seen: ee. St. James. Containing partly built | 2°"; el eee Zeeentar, Agents: Wm. Ford, €. Giarke, D. Binge. 8 Steamship 0
x i ¢ Bungalow, x . Apply Car- |" . , * Hinds, B. ten, M Watson, E. nik-
rOR RENT $4000 00 Ban eed GTS ge ton Trucks [dinal Jackman, Crystal Springs, St DEPARTURES lyn, BR. Waterman, Gt Yearwood, St. "
iP O.H.V. Engine, large all etect cab, james — 91-54. 21.9.58—en.| §-S- Kallada 4 Cuidad Trujillo. yn, Be Yaw, S. Yearwood, L.
auxillary gear box for cane ground work. S.S. Sunwhit for Trinidad. - Sainte ARRE VALS Sne.
Hydro-Vac brakes, helper springs, , \ > 3
__ | gbaarbers all" round. "Son be supped |POMMLEC NOTICES |voming Comustor tor San|Frem Puce Bee cBER 10 CANADIAN SERVICE
SABES PLANTATION HOUSE—S:.| FORT ROYAL GARAGE UTD ae Contident yO, for, Dominica. P. Seale, E. Massiah, C. Redman,
Lucy, ideally’ situated a A. G.| Telephone 4504. 18.9.52--5n. NOTICE Guiana » Smith for British 7. nee W. Redman, R. Payne, J. SOUTHBOUND
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St ames or y ereira .
ae > a . . Ste: Sails Sails Arrives
N. E Husbands, Crab Hill, St, Lucy ELECTRICAL parthE PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH J Sea li = Stontroal Halifax Besbedes
ilgili tatiana Offic clo on Wed- we ‘ARNETA"” September 12th September 16th September 28ta
en sani ate - —— |nesday, 24th September. In Touch With Barbados . ; 30th Octot uth October 16th
FLAT & HOUSE—Fully furnished, St. BATTERIES—“Reliance” Batteries ali Signed A. T. KING ‘ DEPARTURES ' TYRA E September 30th October oO) E 2
# sizes, hi i aoa . . “ALCOA PURITAN” Qetobe 15ta October 19th October 30th
Lawrence on-Sea. Phone 3. ae sine Haney Ooty. 20P SA7%s MARRS 00. ro Seen, For Trinidad: “ | Coastal Statiop “KIM” : Octeber 28th November ist swovember 12t
os wi Cycle Batteries guaranteed 12 months 1.9, 52— kwood, kwood indies
FLAT—Modern, exclusive sea-side F'at.| Electric Sales & Service Ltd. tee tord-Smith E. Mitford: Srnith G Man. advise that to os wow, cogeamoninele hore, $.S. Elin Horn, S.S. Gulf Strean NORTHSOEMD
For October, November, Fully furnished 20.9.52—3n NOTIC tns, P Martins, R. Rawlins, N. Hoyland, |with the following ships through thew §§, ‘Challenger, S.S. ' Ss | “KIM” —. Due Barbados — September 26th for ST. JOHN, N.B
Every home comfort including natural E ©. Grannum, ‘D Tnniss, G. Skeete, A. |Barbados Coast Station:— ss. i Esio| "ALCOA PARTNER” — Due Barbados October 10th for ST, LAWRENCE
gas, vlectricity and individual telephone.| DEEP FREEZERS—Coldrator 6 cu. {t. PARISDH OF ST. ANDREW Baddeley, Hi,” Sutton : * “- |'"S:S. Ariguani, S.S. Gertrud Schleiwen, Tindra, SS, 8, Monica/ RIVER PORE.
Near Bus stop. Telephone Maresol Beach | With guarantee, extra heavy insulation] “PPlications for the vacant posts of |/¥or Antigua: . $8. Triumphant, SS. Fresno Star, 3.3 Koyf, S.S. Colombie, 'S.S. : 8.8
Flats 8496 18,9.52—an. }and indicator lamps. Electric Sales & Seriicns at.Os. serioure Chapel apt at ‘SEPTEMBER 22 Gryfevale, SS. Romana/Hrde, S.S. ‘Koll- Hydra/Peuz, S.S, Oakhurst Skar - Apply :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
ease. et LL LLL LLL LOE ee ' one 4629. ape! receiv: ” *
HOL in Roebuck Street o wis y —20.9.52-—3n ae to vane, Sept. 24th. Por te nw ee ‘sa , dab mos. ss. hacer om ei n = Ss:
Cot “ Sh ,.58 en —- BB, OS Der month, Appieations Columbia Star, S.S.° Folke Bernadotte Bratsbers.
———— —_—____—___-— ELECTRIC TOASTERS —- “ ~|must be accompanied hy Birth a. , SS. Bn :
HILA BATHSHEBA. Beani: | line. Good quality fei binriei nates Health certificates, f “ hie! N oa t»,*; Me. NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE
yaw, S0uy - FuCREeN' Seen Teoma rhea Serve TAG. Shand oA ecees eae a ‘Brathwaite, J” Missal a. S/S “ALCOA PURYTAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct
oe eee ‘aa Sop | Sn i, a |S Bote r GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ie et oe ona a FLUORESCENT Tubes, Starters, Ballasts, te ose—4n. — oe “MBER ‘ % NEW ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVICE
ens ——— ‘Holders. Best quality, iowest prices, in: | — et pine ee ee ; A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 1th Sept. arrives BARBADOS 2th Sept
MODERN HOUSE, Pine Hill, va-[candescent Ceiling Fixtures all types. |The Agricultural Aids Act, 1905.| «nignt ees ( umutieene y co A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 25th Sept. arrives BARBADOS llth Oct
friched, 2 bedrooms, Living & Brak |Blectric Bulbs, wire, switches and acces-} To The Creditars Holding Specialty | For Trinidad: A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 9th Oct. arrives BARBADOS 2th Oct
iON: M. “BLADON @ CO sories. Electric Sales & Service Ltd. Liens Against Rock Hall Plantation SEPTEMEER B.W1. CENTRAL SUGAR CANE BREHDING STATION |< STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS “rd Oct. uitives BARBADOS tinh Nov
eee 23. 9. 52-~In. ne ee * DAKE NOTICE ar we the owners eae ot prodance ae toe DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE
—— -—-| GARRARD PICKUP ARMS — 6.000|0f the above named plantation, are| For Trinidad: > . : — ICE
PLYMOUTH—Crane Coast, November] OHMS. Just received, limited quantity, about to obtain a loan of 210,000 unace| “SEPTEMBER 21 Agricultural Assistant, B.W.I. Central Sugar ROBERT THOM LTD.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVIC
nd fro Sth Jan. to Jan. 3ist, 195 coll early. . Maffei & Co Ltd. « provisions of the above Act, agaist Cc. Leod, 5 i i }
‘— Satie ptoedeatir a the ‘a slaniation and = crops ot Burke "a Tackee, an seine R. Cane Breeding Station. aug baie OG re
‘ e $a antatio! to be Prev A gies er j
i NEW ARRIVALS from U.S.A. include | 1953. - ” en Fer Be saree Di Wars. Applications are invited for the post of Agricultural Assistant,
AN matic Mine masters Toasters, Waffle Sie ae ee NOONE SERED i EE ge ay te Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station, Department of Agri-
: * * . . . por .
fons & the new combination Steam anc} Dated this 23rd day of September,| Cavicchioni, E. Cavicchioni, A. Cavic- | culture,
ate ~ |Dry Tron; Secure one of these fine | 1952. chioni, A.’ Nicholls, BR. ‘Nicholls, K 2. The sal: ttached to th t is in the scale $1,200 x 72—| "~*~
ELP appliances from DaCOSTA & CO., LTD. W. T. GOODING, Nicholls, betas : I, e salary attac © the post 1s In s ,
oe _# _ | Beet, “Dept: Phone 67d. °° EH. PARMER, rr ARRIVALS $1,920 (E.B.) x 96—$2,592 per annum and the point of entry in the CANADIAN SERVICE
LOUNS LADY for aur Offiee. Know- | _ : 9% en. t sayy wee eae oencniin scale will depend on the qualifications and experience of the successful From Montreal, Halifax and St. John
Apply by letter. only. G. W. Hutchinson |, RETRIGERATORS —Cubie capacities 5. 28. 9 S2—m.} A. Morrah, V. Morrah, B. O'Toole s applicant, The post is not pensionable but after a year’s probationary Cerin oe Expected Abetval
& Co, Ltd. Box 264 18.9.52—4n | With guarantees. American, Canadian Soveshe Pa MeLean D. Noch M Bovell, service the officer may join a Provident Fund. Montreal Haitfax St. John Dates
3 * "|General Electric and Coldrator models. NOTICE D. Dougall, R. Lyder, D! Rust, 5 3. The successful applicant will be required to provide himself Bridgctown, Barbados
Electric Sales & Service Ltd Hobson, J. Boyle, P. Harley, C. Craw- 7 m.v. BRUNO . 11 Sept 16 Sept 18 Sept 20 September
MISCELLANEOUS —20.9.52—3n Pg FE eee ee eer y cord ey. with a motor car, a loan towards the purchase of which will be made | s.s. BLUEMASTER — 25 Sept. 90 Sept. 16 October
conan reatipipenaareanitettti i Dub! F , 2 a ; i 5,8. ‘ et 4 Oct 16 Oct 1 November
ORANGE PEEL cut in halves or| REFRIGERATOR —New American 7 OREN i Wits0N E Bitch, , Preece, M. Blackman, J e Ps Sous ‘eo Sareea steak those ae ae eae ss. A VESSEL .. 23 October 28 Oct 16 November
cuerters Helves or equivalent le. each * 3 ADOR. Courtesy Merry, J. Merry, J. Taylor, R. Mc-| ‘av’ officers ©: e Barbados Governme Service. mile,
[night's Ltd, (The Phoenix Pharmacy) }Garage. Dial 4616. 18.9.52—6n.| NOTICE 1s Cormick, M. Rodriguez, D. Eyre, 1.) all ill be paid tandard G t rat U.K. SERVICE
Ss. %. 8. dada HEREBY GIVEN that al! . . ; > 1.) allowance wi paid at standar overnment rates. gh -K. if :
iii Sialipaccieen c z RECORD CHANGERS— “Garrard” 3- WD ctlesting the cate’ ee ca en B Chown er ot = a re 4. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- pee rt a t Getanrcae “Li ~ l and Gl
" “o » y s hel . g 7 a s y y
ean aia entique, Cones aaa Or ries peewee ear or Ata. Seta Wilson late of Crane Road in the paris) I caine, an perience, together with COPIES of testimonials should be addressed m Newport, Swansea, Liverpool an asgow
f Mill ; ‘ a SEPTEM i , , : Sem te ay A cin goes pesto saat
61-34 21.9.52—6n tingle speed wich _ittbinet, excellent de the 0th 4 wr gad ' _ fou ame G Cheltenham, L. Foster, D. Hotlo-\{ to the Director of Agriculture, Queen’s Park, and will be aecepted up tet anos os te ae Expected
: Sales & Service Ltd. }required to send in particulars of their'| Wa, R. Alleyne. F Taylor, tL Brooms,s to 12 noon on Saturday, 4th October, 1952, Ris waets —“Awengen Everpes! Gineay:: - An ae
" a . 9 n.| claims duly attested to the undersigue:|E. Boyee, A. Blenman, G. Lovell, H. : ane “ areades
LOST & FOUND im care of D. Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor, 12} Walker, C. Thorne, K. Callender, R, 19.9.52—4n, |s.s. SEABREEZE 11 Sept: 12 Sept. 18 Sept 11 October
WATER HEATERS—3, 5, 15 and 30| fames Street, Bridgetown on of before| Holder, P. Cave, C. Archer, E. Raison, §.8. FRED A. EILERS 7 Mid Oct Mid November
eee a —|galion models. Wall-mounting, Auto-} ihe istn day of October 1068 after ot rN holder, P. Cave, C. Archer, Capt ¥. s.s, STUGARD Early Nov. Mid Nov. Mid Noy. Early December
LOST pane POS Paes Selgs Pe faye date We shall proceed to distribute ‘the Raison, E. Hall, a eT Paris, ss, GEIRULV End Nov, Early Dec. Barly Dec.End December
sotiaidticnasl orn sree a , a m lassets of the estate among the partics| J- Maughan, N. Gaskin, A, Lowhar, D.
NE WHITF ALSATION DOG — with ~— | entitled thereto having regard to the deiis
Lleck and Grown spots answering to and claims only of which We shall the» U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
the name of “Spot.” Miss Jarvis, Tweed LIVESTOCK have Red notice, and that We shall not 8
side Road, St. Michael, -- assets so distributed to ary
29. §. s2—1n.| COW—A Gow fresh in Milk, Apply {Person whose debt or claim We shail m» From Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam and London
Mr. Joseph Smith, Montrose, Ch. Cn ame gee notice at the time of such dis- a Expected Arrival
} $COBSOFGSFS9S9F99IGS9OOG 9. niu ©
we =F eee Dated this Sth day of September, 1982 nate’ \@abn ead pe pet All od Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates Barbados
If not saved but soeking MULES—Four (4) small island Mules D. LEE SARJEANT. wince the discovery of Mytex (formeriy * : ‘
- s ‘ s.s. “SUNADELE” .. -- WW Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Sept 6 October
Salvation, please write for Sree eg es a aay HIE MARUI | Ror Sant ates ena 1et kee woes Will Our Customers please note os. “SPURT. Barly Oct. Barly Oct. Mid Oct. Mid Oct. Early. November
; ‘ 3 . > Be cculaatc moe eal ine caer th t will be losed f 8.8. ESSI Early Nov Early Nov.Mid Nov. Mid Nov. Early December
i x MECHANICAL ine ope bleeding and combate narve at we ci or }}|s.s. FEGGEN Early Dec. Barly Dec, Mid Dec, Mid Dec, Early January
FREER BOOK TAKE NOTICE (rritation thereby curbing other trou-
as bles caused by Plies such as Headache, | 4 ~
Which Makes ‘ 0 at op Ah aoe "Open for Machine ZENITH Nervousness, Backache, Constipation, =
R m on, Open for inspection. joss of energy, debility, and irritable ‘ * hake a
ial B1-Or- "95320. Mepseition Ger Myton trom your : Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED. ’Phone 4703
“GOD'S WAY OF : alae ae eel ae . ~ aeceme RTO SDL ie. drurgist oe, under the posteme Y
1EsS—| usina of Switzerland. ration orga istii guaran x must a e .
oe x Guaranteed 17 and 18 Jewels. Call early {under the laws of the State of ‘iinots, pains and Ceeuhbes or money back es On TUESDAY 3Oth SEPT.
SALVATION PLAIN at K. R. Munte & Co., Ltd., and secure | United States of America, Manufacturers. | *aturn of empty package.
Â¥ a bargain as these fine watches are whose trade or business address is 6001 e
aot Goaper | Priced_to sell. 18.9.52—7 West Dickens Avenue, City of Chicago, Fly TCA to BRITAIN via CANADA
. jerts, “ou of Cook, State of Winois, U.S.A.
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Bentrad Ave. Beagec; 32 ” 5 POULTRY trade mark in Part "A" sot Regioten in ond toke advantage of "
ee _ 3 | “bucknmnas a wens old moc. |TERBM, oF dla, receiving | spparatus, 60-DAY EXCURSION FARES TO CANADA.
SO GOSLSES ptt eo" i esch. Apply: Mrs. Beale, Hannays Pltn. } frequency and audio frequency transmit- "
J. POPDDDPVDOIOSSOOOGOOH | Ch. Ch equency tran and new low
3 "— q ne . 23.9.52—1.. | ting, receiving and amplifying apparatus. ad
® | antennae, electron tubes and other Given by TOURIST FARES, CANADA TO BRITAIN
z D A N Cc E | MISCELLANEOUS party are 4 of see So pareiae ile and ERDISTON SPORTS CLUB 4 a the by 7 4-engined
° di be grap combinations, atteries, \ — way iB, “North
e ' phonographs, talki hi d ee } Skyliners with two-ab Chaeas
BULL RINGS — . . ng machine records, — at s wedat soci
® at ! and emus = aston eye 3 } prime-mover-driven electric generator # bs g SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR but. On trans-Atlantic it
° , Volunte 5 Drill Hall Inch size. Price 5/6 each. 4 | eee aces inagicing wind-driven and THE DRILL HALL, GARRISON 3 ee ie
® The Voluntecr Dr al Knight's Ltd. 2. 9. 52.—2n, | 8 SAS SACR SMMRSIOr | 90m. et Oe WIRE. ONLY $1,267.50 BW.T.
: unter D a ye) ee GALVANISED MESH , pONEX, Si.207.50 Bw, ian
$ | CAR AND TRUCK TYRES—Goodyear . electric Neaeing side ane S
& §t, Paul’s Church Choir and and other makes including 4.50 x 17, Ms ne eine kale fla gg AY Musie by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ nis ad haat i
x 00- 5—5 ic one mo! i
z Organ Fund 30% &. 2 x ee 34 t Vand 6.25 % ai: | the 28rd day of September, 1952 ‘inten Ovehestre CENTRAL E , eer —
Baa on | COURTESY GARAGE. Dial 4391 Sen atialledte 6 ana at wee’ clita DANCING 9 — 3 } i ae oe
x ie ~ 9 5 at my office . 3 ‘ 2 one | i .
? Tuesday Sept. 30th 1952 18.9-52—6n. | of opposition of such registration. The Subseription $1.00 Corner Broad & Tudor Streets me ts) GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD.
Music by Percy Green’s Ork. SUBSCRIBE now to the Dafly Telegraph, trade mark can be seen on application } = on LOWER BROAD ST. Phone 4518
Subscription -o- 6c England's leading Dally Newspaper now “toated this ilth day of September, 1952 ir Li !
" : arriving in Ba sb 1 few er, :
14.9.52—3n. days after publiastion in ioeben, *Gontact H. WILLIAMS, H TRANS-CANADA Air Lines
Ian Gaie c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local Registrar of Trade Marks. Remember and Don't Forget SS Oe eS eB - aa
€0O0OOOOHOOO05O00OOOOOO¢ © | Representative. Tel, 3113. 23.9.52—3n, ST. CECILIA BOYS’ — : : Ree ncastoner aoe
17.4.52—t.f.n. ST. See :
; CLUB CONCERT
| TRACTOR TYRES—Goodyear 14.00— ERSON
13.00 x 30 & 6.00 x 19 (for MASSEY- P AL at ST. CECILIA BARRACKS
NOTICE HARRIS), 10 x28 and 4.00 % ae (for eh MONDAY, 29TH SEPTEMBER
. Secure your requirements vs at 8 p.m.
URTESY GARA The public are hereby warned against
iy ie sai a eee giving credit to my wife, GWENETH Calypsoes, Tap Dancing, Magic,
ta THORNHILL (nee Yearwood) as I do Balancing and lots more, for
We beg to inform our cus- |] “FNP ATR SHRETE at ote, sacn. |svane els “eoiiacing, any aebt, ot [{} | Pelle” Band in Atendance
tomers and friends that our ivets Sc. per oz. General Hardware | debts in my name unless by a written Admittance : ‘ jasi ‘e invi
$ 2 oO Ss Agents are i
PROVISION Department Supplies. Rickett Street. Dial 4018, | cpder signed by me. wt Adulte 1/6 — Children 94. Merchants and Commission Agents are invited to submit
ae = Soot oo y a " Be at cider with prices not later than Wednesday 24th inst., samples of
ne lay 29th Sept. St. Lucy, Barbados, B. WI .
for Stock tekine pure BACKACHE 21.9.52—2n, Oe ee Bunting, Penants, Flags and other Decorations to the Secretary
however, our ce W il eraesbn
i The public are hereby warned against ions ¢ Ik inations Committee, c/o Public Works
operied on both thee re ital ceoalt to cue Sank aserte aro- Decorations and Illuminations C OF blic
for the purpose 0 IS you, e cr (nee Allen) as I do not hold myself Department
orders and receiving pay- responsible for her or anyone else con- Pp ,
ments, ee, any debt * in. ry name tt c Precaution 21.9.52—8n.
Our GROCERY Depart- vnless by a written ler signe me urri ane '
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Y ae asked to Trouble. The Madnye a the nee. The public are hereby warned against int 0. I g IMPOR i AN i I Oo
note the above and arrange coee ey aoe © Soe, eee oF wiving credit to my wile Jean Crichlow %
business to suit. fresh to every nerve (yee Smith) as I do not hold myself re- %
ere stream is heavy with sree a S0t hey se Ewe else contract- x
eel ng any debt or debts my name unless
ee and acids, Then you feelrotten. |.) 2 Written order signed by me At all times—keep calm, BO’ Il v I I ER’S PLAN i ERS
a century’s experience and scientific Sed. CLARENCE CRiCHLOW,|@ Your ability to meet emer.
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PAGE EIGHT





As 7th Series Ends

R. CRONEY
Wireless battin
innings

roing at
order scor

number four in

ed Hall on Saturday, the last day in the Seventh Round

of Intermediate Cricket

matches.
and three sixes in his 106 runs

Croney hit eight fours
Cable & Wireless defeated

Wanderers by the comfortable margin of an innings and

36 runs







Pickwick, The Barbados Regi
ment, Y.M.P.C. also scored outright
victories on Saturday over Wind
ward, Mental Hospital and Carl-
ton respectively. The wickets a
most grounds were tricky and
bowlers took full advantage ot
the opportunity

In the Cable & Wireless match «t
Boarded Hall, Cable & Wireles:
dismissed Wanderers on the first
day of play for 99 runs in thei
first innings and at the end of pl
of that day, Cable & Wireless had
replied with 120 runs for the lo
of six wicket

This re tt irried to 20%

uns fo loss of eight wicket
declared i Wanderers were

gain skittled out for 67 ims if
their second innings B. King cay

red six of the Wanderers wick-
ets for 26 ru ind Matthews one
for twe

At the Garrison, Barbados Regi

rent ing first on » first ¥
cored 115 runs and at the enc
play Mental Hospital had c
eight wickets for 36 rur On Sat-

le he concluded their first

t 49 runs. The Regiment

went on in their second inning
a scored 50 runs for the loss of
four wickets declared thus giving
them lead of 116 runs over the
Mental Hospital team. However
Ment Hospital were bowled out
for 48 runs in their second innings.

Y.M.P.C. BEATS CARLTON

At Y.M.P.C., Y.M.P.C. easily
defeated Carlton whom _ they
bowled out for 56 runs in their
first i reply to their
score of 138 run In their sec-
ond innings Y.M.P.C. declared

hen their score was 43 runs for
no cke ind then bowled out
Carl ) runs in their sec-
ond ventur

At Windward, Pickwick and
Windward made small scores. in
their first innings. Pickwick scor-
ed 59 and Windward 60 on the
first day of play. But on Satur-
day Pickwick stood up and scored

166 runs for
ets in their

the loss of four wick-
econd venture at the
wicket with B. DeL. Inniss unde-
feated th 49 and M. Lashley 40,
R. Farme who .bowled seven
overs for 14 runs took two of the



wickets.
In their second innings, Wind-
ward scored 125 runs, R. Atkinson

topscoring with 38 runs. O. Lashley
who bowled at medium pace took
eight of the Windward wickets for
41 runs in 12 overs,

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R w
i 17 § 55 4
r vi Seaby & 23
Branker 7 4 4
Lewi ; 14
Wiliams 2 7
) Maxwell 3 _ 14 1
*h Ulips 4a 1 15 1
PICKWICK vs. WINDWARD AT
WINDWARD
CICKWICK—Ist) Innings ca
WINDWARD — ist Innings wo

PICKWICK—nd_ Innings
Lashley stpd. (wk, Farmer) b
R Farmer 40



Green * lbw. b H. Farmer 15
Trotter «¢ K Farmer b R

Farmer 22

B. Del. Inniss not out 49

Greenidge c Wilkie b

R Farmer 19

Moore not out 4

Extras ¥

Total (for 4 wickets) 166

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo Mw R w

H M. Farmer 13 2 22 i
dD Wilkie 4 5
L. Greenidge 11 2 23
Thornton 9 2 23

R Farmer 7 1 4 2
R. Atkinson il 1 23

R. H Farmer 13 - aw 1
€ Evelyn 1 1 7
WINDWARD—2nd Innings
N. Thornton ¢ Lashley b O. Lash

ley 22

Evelyn ¢ Moore b O. Lashley 15

Atkinson b QO. Lashley 38

H. Johnson 6 O. Lashley



T. Farmer c Clarke b 9. Lashley 6
H. Farmer c & b O. Lashley 10
Cc. Evelyn b R. C.arke 1
R. Farmer b O. Lashiey 0
D. Wilkie c Inniss b O. Lashley 2
R. Farmer not out 2
I Greenidge absent 0
Extras 3
Total 125
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO ny R Ww
R. Clarke a 1 42 1
Oo. Lashley 12 1 41 8
E Moore 5 1 8
c White 2 1 )
G. Lewis 2 16
EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN AT
EMPIRE
Sr \RTAN-—-tst Innings tt

EMPIRE—Ist Innings (for 4 wkts.) 14
SPARTAN—tnd Innings

( Bleckman |.b.w b Wilkinson 4
ci Gittens not out 12

Wood |.b.w. b Wilkinson 1
S. Chase c Wilkinson b Prescod 3
i Matthews c Armstrong b Prescod 0
S$. Parris ¢ Armstrong b King It
Ww Temmott ¢ Hutchinson b King 0
Cc. Skinner b King 0
N Medford b King 0

W. Cumberbatch not out
B Morris Absent (
Extras

ac

Total (for 8 wickets) “48
WANDERERS vs. CABLE &
WIRELESS AT BOARDED
WALL
WANDERERS—Ist Innings

CABLE & WIRELESS
&. Matthews c Patterson b Ramsay 7

Ist Innings



The other &. MeKenzic 1.b.w. b Leach 3
wicket went to R. Clarke FE. Branker |.b.w b Toppin 10
; R. Croney not out 106
j ; » Knight I.b.w. b Patterson
_ Empire got points for a first j King © Marsh b Leach 19
intings lead over Spartan when « Seale stpd (wk. Robinson)
. 7 : 9
their match concluded at Empire b Toppin 19
Saturds Ss i E. Watkins c Mayers b Patterson 16
on Saturday. Spartan in their w smatt e¢ Alleyne b Proverbs 3
innings on the first day scored 111 T. Clarke not out 7
rums and ,at the end of play on ? Amie absent ¢
that day Empire had replied with extras a
136 runs for the loss of two Total (for 8 wickets) 202
wickets On Saturday the i a) -
a : “a hey ca BOWLING ANALYSIS
ried this score to 154 runs fo ° Mw R w
the loss of four wickets declared M. Proverbs 8 2 j
with their opening batsman RB. ? Leach 10 1 3 _
Bo t . ” * H. Ramsay 6 : 1
sourne topscoring with 79 runs, | Toppin 7 37 3
Spartan in their second innings P. Patterson 16 4 2
scored 48 runs for eight wicket WANDERERS—2nd = Innings
before rain prevented play. D. Alleyne c Matthew b King 23
|. Robinson ec Areher b Matthews 4
At Combermere, Combermere 8. Skinner ¢ Archer b Branker .
also got points for a first innings M Mayers ¢ King b Branker §
pr ? St innings 4 Toppin ¢ Croney b King 1
aead over Police, In their first M. Proverbs ¢ Croney b Branker 5
innings, Combermere sore 99) A. Seale c Watkins b King
runs i S i penned aa J. Marsh c Branker b King 1
ving anc on Saturday Police bat- j;\ Patterson 1.b.w. b King 1
ting the whole day, scored 215 H. Ramsay ¢ Seale b King 0
runs, ue 1 not out ‘ 5
S. Howard Extras ' ;

topscored with 32
runs while the next best score of
31 runs was knocked up by D.,
Pinder. B. Morris who opened
with M. Haynes scored 25 runs.

Bowling for Combermere §S
Smith and K. Branker took four
wickets each for 55 and 74 runs
respectively

COMBERMERE vs. POLICE AT
COMBERMERE







COMBERMERE ist Innings Mt
POLICE—Ist Innings
B. Morris ¢ Smith b Branker 2
M Hayne c Maxwell 13
C. Griffith ec Smith b B 18
“1 Howard e¢ Williams b Smith 32
1. Warr cB b Smit
E. Denny ec Lewis Smith 5
G Sha Gia " A H
: 8
¢ Le b B Ker 16
B Innis b Branker 28
D ot out 31
G Sealy b Maxwell lt
“4
Tot 215

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Cileket:

Leeward Islands
‘Tournament Opens

(From our own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 22.

teams from Montser-
rat, St. Kitts and Nevis are here
for the ' Leeward Islands tour-
nament. In threatening, overcast
weather, a large crowd assem-

Cricket

bled at Amtigua’s recreation
grounds to-day to witness the
opening match, St. Kitts vs.

Nevis on a soft wicket.
At 3.15 p.m. a heavy down-
pour flooded the grounds and
the cloSe of play score was
Nevis 49 for six wickets,



‘Time

RECIPES

NO FUSS,

No BOTHER=:
TLL SURPRISE JOE
AND BAKE QNE*+

Sree

4 "TEAMS SCO
Batsmen Fall Cheaply 1 ws.

‘ed 106 runs not out in the, first
for Cable & Wireless against Wanderers at Board-

: : ; " i : g i i 20 and Bourne
pierced it regularly with some ad a match analysis of nine for man 22, Pinheiro 2 :
‘beautifully executed forebant 59 against Erdiston and Kirtor 18 not out. Combermere thus
smashes, and there was one fore- 0f Empire also had a matcrt won by an innings and 10 runs.
hand smash in the closing stages analysis of nine for 38 against . ‘ .

of the fourth game which gave Leeward. Windward vs. College
Phillips the lead at 21—20 which The highest score of the day At College, Windward took
brought the crowd to their feet, was a plucky 57 by Cuffley out ‘\'st innings in a drawn game



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E OUTRIGHT VICTORIES





SECOND DIVISION CRICKET:

Bowlers Do Well
On Tricky Wickets

RAIN-AFFECTED WICKETS prevailed at all grounds
on Saturday when the seventh series of Second Division
games were concluded. .

Teams which had batted on the first day of play had,
a definite advantage over their opponents. Bowlers had
a very good day and as a result, small scores prevailed,
the highest score of the day being registered in the match
between College and Windward where College scored 118
in their second innings.





three wickets.

Empire vs. Leeward

Murray

Defeats
Phillips

_ Blair Murray, Everton’s spin art-
ist defeated Rawle Phillips, 1952 A

lass Champion 3~-1 in the quar-
ter finals of the Barbados Open
Championship. Murray, after los-
ing the first game of his set to
Phillips, quite easily came back
to win in three consecutive games.
Phillips played extremely well
throughout, but it was obvious at
the end of the third game that he

day for Leeward

play ended on the
play, Empire had bowled
Going to the wicket a

time, Empire collected 87,



Good bowling
were returned by O. Burke of
Y.MP.C. who captured seven
Wanderers* second innings
wickets for 15 runs, thus giving

performances weclared at their over-week total
and by 3.10 had bowled out
erdiston for 95, of which Cuffley
made a plucky 57. Only Pinheiro

and Bourne of the remainder of |

was showing signs of strain, and him a match analysis of 11 for ‘he Erdiston batsmen reached |
although he made a wonderful 26. Gilkes of Leeward also re- double figures against good'
recovery in the fourth game, turned good figures. After cap- bowling by Mr. Sealy and Cal-
which was beyond doubt the most

; turing six for 51 in the first in="“Jender who captured four for 25
thrilling game of the



mateh, he nings, he captured five for 35 in ond three for 13 respectively, Will it never stop?
bree unable to rob Murray of vic- the ‘second. Deane of Windwari Going to the wicket a second | /f only | could find aes Pee
ory. 4 atin annie ordi " exactly this tickling throat .
Murray’s defense throughout took 10 for 46 as a match analy- time, Erdiston scored ) |

100. Out of this total good con-

4 i is i e 2 ainst C e.
was exceptionally good, but in the ®'5 ™ er deere wereest Coes tributions were made by Black-

earlier stages of the game Phillips Mr. Harry Sealy of, Combermere

but it was not for long, because of Erdiston’s total of 95 against

which might have
Murray, executing one of the most Combermere.

isive turn in

taken a de-
College’s favour



graceful backhand flicks, drew were it not for a successful ap-
level at 21 all, and went on to win Y.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers peal against fading light which)
23—21. Y.M.P.C. skittled out Wander- ; topped play at 5.30. On the first
n the arter finals L. *â„¢3 98 @ rain affected wicket for day, College _ Scored 124 and
Worrell dotestea Wt Mertort t- 4 a meagre 59 runs on Saturday. Windward replied with 100 for My throat’s soothed and that wretched
E. Goodridge, after winning the On the first day of play, Y.M.P.C. jour wickets. Windward took cough eased in no time.
first game from N. Gill in fine at- had replied with 178 for eight their score to 151 on Saturday

declared to Wanderers’ ist in-
nings score of 52. Butler scored

his team’s innings and
Edghill 31. The Wanderers bats=

mainly due to a sound 58 by
Armstrong. For College, Batson
took six wickets for 38. In their
second innings College _ scored
men found runs difficult to get 118 for nine wickets, leaving ,
Windward to score 91 in 45 min- REC?
utes for victory. Smith’s 39 and

tacking style, was beaten in three
straight sets 3—1. L. Sampson
lost to C. Greenidge 3—1. Samp- 44 in
son defended quite well, but the
consistent attack of Greenidge

proved too much for him. In the against accurate bowling by

Ladies quarter Miss J. Clarke de- Burke who took seven wickets

feated an ‘P. Humphrey 3—0. for 15 runs, and they were all Robinson’s 30 were responsible

a ot ton pe ot 6 out for 59, leaving Y.M-P.C. for College’s total. When play COUG H
Miss M. Manning created a bla " by an innings and 67 ended Windward were strug- |



upset by defeating Miss P. Chand-
ler 3—1 in a match which she

Kolex Watches

Combermere vs. Erdiston



dominated from the beginning. After batting the entire day ni i Bathe LO Z E N G E S
Miss Chandler after her brilliant on the _ previous Saturday to Bolton Lane

display against Miss N. Hall score 205 for seven, Combermer+

seemed to be unable. to use her

forehand effectively, and should

have won the first game, but the ,
consistency of Miss Manning, who
concentrated on her backhand,
seemed to take considerable effect
on her, and although she made a
brilliant recovery to win the third, |
she was unable to press home her |
advantage in the fourth. |

The Semi-finals of these com-
petitions together with the Semi- |
finals of the Mixed Doubles and}
the finals of the Men’s Doubles
will be played on Friday 26th Sep-
tember at the Y.M.C.A,. at 7.30
p.m.

The Draw of the Mixed Doubles
is as follows: —

Miss B. Carrington and Mr. N.
Gill vs. Miss R. Williams and Mr,
R. Phillips.

Miss M. Manning and Mr. R.
Herbert vs. Miss N Hall and Mr
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end by 10.30 o’clock there was
barely. enough breeze to start the
6th Tornado Race, sailed on the
North about course.

The first lap took about 1 hour
and 9 minutes to complete. “Vam-
oose” skippered by Mr. EB, L. G.
Hoad was in first position for the
whole of this lap and continued
to win the race. It was interest-
ing to note that the boats did a
considerable amount of drifting
during the first lap owing to the
complete lack of wind. It is
claimed that some of the crews

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were actually sea sick. = Pg
The second and third laps were Z
sailed under much better condi- F aie
tiens and were completed in more ‘ F 4
or less normal lap times i.e. 30 Posto or eater 7
and 32 minutes each respectively here ya ,
The final results of the race are
is follow: —
Ist—T/K 40 Vamoose—E, L. G
Hoad, .
2nd—T/K 35 Edril — I. 0, C. MATCHED PEN'AND PENCIL SET

* Perkins.
2rd—T/K 38 Thunder — J. M
Bladon.
4th—T/K 34 Comet—E, M. Leach
T/K 36 Fury did not finish.
The points are now as follows
Vamoose—60 points in 6 Races.
Edril—51 points in 6 Races,
Thunder—40 points in 6 Races.
Comet—35 points in 5 Races.
Fury—32 points in 5 Races,
The next Race takes place on
Sunday 28th at 10.30 a.m.

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sling to avoid defeat, having col-
lected three runs for the loss of four for 11)

Another light a al saved the |
S = their match | Erdiston.
against Empire at Fosters. When |
first day of | decl’d.
out Sealy 48).
Leeward for 62 after scoring 140. |

Gilkes capturing five for 35. Giv-/and 100 (Blackman 22, Pinheiro





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1952





lon 165 for victory, Leeward h 140 (Lewis 30
scored 86 for eight when ‘play Br 28; Gilkes six for 51)
ended. and 87 (Holder 46, Kirton 20;
SCORES Gilkes five for 35, Conliffe twe

| ¥.MLP.C. vs. Wanderers at for no runs)
Beckles Road. Leeward:— 62 (Kirton six for
Wanderers:— 52 (O. Burke 11) and 86 for eight (Gilkes 35,
and 59 (C. Pierce Kirton three for 27, Lewis three

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clared (Butler 44, Edghili
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College :—

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31)
Erdisten at 124 (Morrts 39
Deane five for 21) and
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son 30; Deane five for 25).
Windward:—151 (Simmons 4!
Armstrong 58; Batson six for 38)

Combermere;—
(Mr.

205 for seve
Hughes 56, M

Erdiston;— 95 (Cuffley 57; Mr

second |Sealy four for 25, Callender and 3 for three.
with |three for 13, Alleyne two for 13 Centrai vs. Lodge at Vaucluse.
Lodge:— 55 (Wood seven for
20: Mr. Sealy five for 34, Cal- 26) and 71 (Rayside 37; Shep-

lender four for 32, Fields 1 herd four for 10).
for 5). Central:— 159 for four ‘Hind

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ItttHX.EJtA'TOHS Cubic capacitu T and %  cu Naw and arcond-band with %  naranla-a Aiwnon. Canadmi Ccnaral El-vtrl and Coldrator model* Elattrle ftalra . Srivicr Ltd PF.rRIGEJiATOft—Now American 7 I rHuMJY SIIE1.VAIM>H CoilUiv iaraaa Dtal tola m s %  / Hfjato T-blo. Miliaid 31 M4r. i.ovr A Forxii I rOST lATlON DOC w'lh pet* a Mil* JalvK Tward .'dRoad SI MlCHaal 13 I 6— tn \ It not '..M il hut aMklni N 1 aSimjoB. pl'ost wrtts for # FHI>: H4OK \ Wblrt Kun "COD'S WAY OF J SALVATION PLAIN" | 8. Roberts, Qosptl ?; Book ft Tract Btrrlea, 30 I ntial Avr. B.-MKor, K.I. DANCE ThVolunU T l>rUI Hall Id of -,i I'AIM'S 'hureh Choir arul Orcirin Fui-U Tuf-'dj* ISM, 30lh 1952 Music by Perry Grira'i OrH. SubsrrluUun -o6V>c. 14 %  1,2 31 I4)S)S*S* %  ••• &f&f • &f •' SEAL ESTATE CRANE HOUSE" %  lluato In tha partah i Saint Philip atandUuf on 11 acraa raod and SI patclua el land. Tha ll'iuie contain ill bedrooma d'awing. dlnlnd and llvlna] roaani and waual The above will b* aai up far Mia at Public CompallUon on H.day tha In .!.•_ %  .f vpt*n,b-r Ml .1 ; pti. -i t: CARIUNGTOM Blrlh onfl health rertiHcatr* ALAN SKINNFIt. Ve.try Clars. St Audi.. 14 9 U 4.i ThaAgricultural Aida Arl. 1M.'< Ta Ta Oadllay H-ldlni BprelelK l.k-a. Acaln.i lack Rail Plantain** t, M. Potrr TAKE NOTICK that tha aap to i i i nf th* a hove named ptanlatP.n. .... -boul to obtain a loan ol Cia.UOO unu.-i IIp-oTlnona of tha abova Act an. the S.iar. Maraaam and other crop, i* tha *aid p -ntaUon to be raapad > NM No money haa been burrtiwed i(a the laid crop* Daled (in. II. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle %  aSkaajH Rainbow It Oita M Cyril r H Davidaon. Amanda T Pranklyn D M Motor VaaaalaBlue SUr. Valval l*-( Pi.ardo A.tna, T B Bndm ABSMTAU MV Baro4ta. BM lona li-n. —II. undar Captain Kir DwCMS at Co.. LU. It Cattlea. 1J11 under Wet Week-end Foikrwins ont c( the wcttsaS WdOfc-e,.,,, C ( it,,. yajBJX taaP weather icturnsd aajmamliaL I' :Ul thfajvaa*kS<4>TS tWfhVittmg. M.S' In the ahso ycstcTCool bre*ie from over the sen tha intensity of the heat considerably. thereby .. Lbs iioi iwtLk. in* weather <>f a fw weeks aap WiK vvopl* mi *fco|*oer- howprepauiKl Uiejneelve. for MO further break in the weaUMr urrieti their ram costs and i.n-!]jSHIPPING NOTICES %  P T PatMtndar, WJ| lorn Trkaldad, undae A Althan Aaan Da<,u a, Co.. Ltd. M V Trota lalata. If! tons, from Ca "Ot. under Captain Jumontier A|aet M Jona* A Co Ltd HI'MlIlflS S. Kaltada for Culdnd Trulilhi •t S Plantar for TriniHad %  B. Sunwhlt Cor Trinidad s S Canadian ConaSnactor (or Domlna). Sth. ConAdent I a for Dominica Seh. France. W Smith h,i Hi, Quiana. Swims r PtrlW" Chavnncl SAN PEDRO, Sept 21. Swifiuncr FlotesMM; Chadwwk 13-yeNtr-old San Diego book Keeper scruinbled asJaore M ky r^itsi Vicente to-day beruming the first woman to conV,uer Use 21-mlk' Cauuina Channel She aunt within minutes >! brt-akins; all records here with a lime of U hours. 47 minutes. 32 seconds.— CJ?. ^McoasS**""^^ CANADIAN IBSnOl SOI'THBO! Ml In Touch With B.rbdo. Coa.tal SUtic* K KirlrwtMd L Kirkwood. a M. %  -,-,,'h ,: Si, ith. O Hti. P Matin*. H Haw! N Hoyland. > uranntasa, D Inatlaa, u Sk.*u A 1 Sut Ion atTrlaa that th*y llh (h* followinar ahlpa throwaU* %  fotf—1Coaat Station: Arlauanl SS OrrUvad Schlal SS Triumphant. II ProaTMi Stai. U Koyf. S Uryf*vale. S.S noanana Hide 11 XoilHydra Pn %  rio * Alcaa Potoler SS. Kern Hillvan*. S.S. BBSSM 5' PacUV iMiiaa*. BJI. Adnk % S. M Arw* Maei U <4.o>ana. S-S EipktraaW lrad S S kWatrhD* Kcvt Qanaial San Martin AS Oluoa. 8.8 BU bar*. SS. Elln Hon. IS Chall*nawt. II Maryland Sun. %  %  maa Earl, B* HIMl-tW, SS. .Knbu ahall proceed to dxnibuU ti la of tha artate an>o lh der %  cUUna only ol whari Wc *hall th%  r bad notice and that Wabal. ,1 urn LiabLa lor inrli *o dIMrfbutad to aj pnrton whoa* debt or ciain MII*II harra had notice al tha Urn* ol tuch ,n. trlbutlon Dat-d thia )th day of neptembai. !'• -' D LEE SAJUEANT MARV Un.SL'LA WIIK MECHANICAL MACHIN! 'H, hiai si-ti llcmititchlna Marhl Upon for ir.ipecti< M • s : to V\ A fl JIBi IH ol BwiUarUnJ \vd IS Jvwela Call n.ili Hunti% Co Ltd and •ectir* i i>* th**e fine watchaa nrr •all li.t.M-7n POUI.TRY HLTKl-lNUS MISCELLANEOUS ni'i i riiNt;-A" %  YlttB o pUnt--. bavr In atock 3 Knlint-* Ltd ;-j S .>t-ln CAR AND TRUCK fVKES Utj-dV'.: %  nd Bhaj BtaBB %  i aa 4 St) x 17. 1 50 |7. r. OD s s 00 x IS 7 anU a a 70 llttiRTTSV (1AIIAUE Dia 43BI IS IS IT, Ti\KE NOTICE ZENITH That ZENITH RADIO CORPOI'ATK^ a corporation oi,nn up. ALL AT MMI InHHO PB tVBSCRkBF now la the Bally T>to V ia n h rngUnd't laadlna; Dally Newapapor now %  iriMi.s in narhadn* by Ai aaly n few day. lifter publication In London Contai t I.m OB;* f fl Advocata Co., Ltd Local Prprracntatlva T*l 1113 If 4 St—t f n "TRACTOR TYEES-Ooodyaar 14 OS|]ODx30ftoOaia ifor MASSEYHAIUtlSi 10 x SS and 4 00 a It lot CEHGLSONi Secure your raqulreii.ent%  ,* COUETESV OARAGE Dial MU [! V i> fti T1NTI ATX SHEET* at Sit. ian Hurt. V par oa Oenaral Hardware •hipphr* Ituketi Street Dtal 4SIS., ;i IS YOUR WARNING h.Wrwi.^uall.lh.arrt.^ofk'IdW-. TWO.. Th. ban*., ar. tha bUd'. Mt-. Whan lhr T ft taat of osoW, EMM W Bare, Iraah oiaad flow in, by oaory aarao ami B*aarU, yaw baaaef atraasa la haary trilb ajaaSj BBBS SI anal arid*. Thaw you |ajj| rattan. Half a crnlur*'a BBBBMBI and %  rweKuV Irats by dotlwa in laaMoa ilinka ararc Iha. Oadd'a Kidney Pill* aaarUr rid yaw Uaad af nmi acida and aaaana. 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U W II • 8reapomible lor her tact i n a any dab I ( r unlew by a wrltt* Tha public hereby ..mid an i.y wile, l*,retta Harpi•* I So not hold myi drl.l oi debt'. I" uiy n intli-n ordct aaflnril by a VPEBT I EON HAfe'l SI Mi. 21 • IS Tha public are hereby u.->m>d ..'. .vine crrdll to my wife Jr.-n Cl* %  S* Si,..th' m I do not hold nUal imniible fcr h.i or an>oi> elae conti ach. H McLean D Noch. M Bovctl. U Oougall. R Lyder. D Rust, j llobaan. J Boyle. P Harlay. C Craw. ". L Crawford. V Crawford. •• DuSIta. C Dublin ninh, E reaacc. M BUckman. I Marry. J Merry. J Taylor. R. MrCormick. M Rodrlanici. D Eyre. 1 Omlth. D Dowdlna:. Sir E Do* Sanb .. Chown. P Kally. E LcaoUa. i. Cl ssji*rEMi:ii ID dtasUktRI. IPoaurr Alley n* L, II. • HJ4TTA TV HA ALCOA I'l'HITAN KIM NUKTrWOl'ND KIM' Due Harba. ALCOA PARTNER' RIVER POUTS. Rail. Sail. M.alri-.l Ballla. Srplambrr Mth October I October 154a October II Octnbi'i Mlh Novcmbar Rapletnhri Ml.Ociober ISth itrtober 30-h ABfjIy:-ll\ COSTA A CO. 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Til sli n ,| |'H MULR H. IIS'.' B IBB \liii mi in Hi ru.i im APPEAL DISMISSED WITH COSTS Court Of Error Rules s omeone T s ..71.1111 NBW 11 AH No Jurisdiction HIS LORDSHIP THE CHIEF JUDGE, Sir Allan ColIvmoic Kt in the Court of Errur, yesterday, dismissed with costs the appeal of Hilary and lift ha Chandler, husband and wife, against the decision* of Mr. S. H. Nurse, Pttt* Debt-Judge. District "E". who ordered them to pay E I 11 *lmi"Hfi plUi coats fur trespassing on the land of kaM. This decision had beVwi confirmed by Mi Justice H. A. Vaughan and Mr Justice A. J Hanscheh in the Assis'.unl Court of Appeal. The appeal -i the ground that the Court uf Error had no jurisdiction over the maiu-i. U btswf .>ni> empowered In BMT appi-aK '"> |'i:iti %  >' ln whuli were DO* M out in the appeal. The case was fir.i heard in the District *EPetty Debt Cowl before Mr. Justice S. H. Nurse on the 9V, July 1951 when Judsfl was given for the respondent Beekles in the sum of £10, the %  *• Seminar held in Jamaica amount claimed, and cost to the Jrom September 1 — 17 was for the extent of fl 6. 0. This derision M r PO* Of considering how adult UM Court of !" u "" on ^uld conirbule to Appeal on the 17th December, ^•"bown development Emphasis 1951 wa "'d on the fsct that educaYesterda> morning the appellants appeared unrepresented white UM respondent Gladys Seminar In Jamaica A Success tlon was development and that poor territories could not afford to waste their human or material rwaoorpai It was organised by the De(.'hie/Judge Strikes Out \ppeal COM* %  •.as represented by Mr AgriculSocial MEMBERS of the local Jewish TIM % %  ill oasirf|iU< Mr vices in commemoration of their .STl.ith New Year evening and continued until Sunday evening the ni!> The two appellants did not ar, uraI Society. i*hc"Jiiita rive in the Court unt.l after the Welfare Commission iheCo^eri a "VJl! 1!**" 2fiS T 1 ^ ,C SST* O'P-rtment of Jamaica, the "Education Department of Jamaica with the assistance of I'NESCO. the Government of His Lordship inquired for thei Counsel, they intimated that they had retained Mr. W. W Reecc. Q.C. Soli.i'.i.i(,.-mr,ii. but on further inquiry Mr. Reece informed the Court that bs appearing in the case. No I -:..il NM His Lordship explained the legal position to the appellants, pointing out that the case had WesI I*ll been started since December last M ** Ibberson who returned year, and asking them to give ( ,on ? Jamaica last week told the their grounds of appeal. *Artvocite ywterday that the Jamai._ the British Council. The programme was arranged in consultation with members of tne University of Puerto Rico and with the Adviser on Social Wetfare to the Comptroller far Development and Welfare in the Mian Found Dead In Gutter About 3 46 a.m. on Bepteni bar 21 the dead body of Hoary Fordo (69) of Silver Hill, Chmt Church was found in a guttor on Cane Vale Road. St. Ooorge. A poot mortem examination was performed by Dr. E. L Ward who attributed death to natural causes, namely, heart disease. His Lord-hip nflcr reading the Bi ffi! na £ w a notable success Judge's reason for arriving at m Jl''^ m '' u '',. was 'tunat. In their decision. Informed the apSSSSLIBSPT* U nUmbCr ot r% a %  %  s~, pelU.ls that there was no legal SSSSSTL^JflXPtSSS 1 4wfll AH#>I#> Otl SE V th^^lTn'fc'aurt'or &p£^2y$S& Judges of the Assistant Court of P „ u Mr Callardo of Puert. Appeal wrote The facts of the R lco re g,onal repre.sentiu.veo. ^^rr^Vnrzr !" Eg 0 *%  ** HS*** spondent bought from the < lerk The delegates were taken for a LONDON, Sept. 22 SiJ^JiS *. 1 ^"rt number of Held trips to see the. The Sun Adele. a 5.000-ton ship i perches of land rural reconstruction of various owned by Saguenay Terminals. and organizations, makes her maiden voyage to the tWest Indies to-morrow. She b*l foi %  Sir All.ir I Court of K MM fa ..] i sal %  [ 8 %  nw i Bis •. re* lbs %  i m i>r ihsl Pattj Debt Court si n dfmsol t.u Carlyle Hs %  rare the Appeal In \ i amen the •he KUi %  I %  %  % %  Pit cast lttl> 11 A. J. H. Han* ..%  Mesdtey %  UiaJ on Oetob i %  For J H i f i luitchei November Is! of the au th.it if in* %  cow dM :it the pot': II. %  itUtjr fulled and judgment f.r Steed. H...H.% s| the court .f A Hone in Mi 11 i A NIN'E-MAN JURY yc-uerd;iv rvtURltd ;i wrdiet oi ''"' Ml H. A. ^ dealh by misadventure in Ih. inquiry into the clrcunv ^ stances surroundini! the death of 4-year-old David HsatuV* foi I a Trot man of Butlins Tenantry, St. George, before His I Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. nhilu.•''••' ho fined Cecil Ore !" of D.h mnwdlatel) v si George li,;",;' taken to the Qsntral Hospital il i i i i i FlMIl and i lUi n McCiregm Street. tinted area, for the purpose of March Irig the car X—157 to le known MRS. C. BISPHAM At the ..*.o| | Bmnliun. .: i %  inn. CsmMtorj i % %  %  noon bol %  f (Inlid %  : Mrs BtM al the Whitehall Brethren Chun i ut fni .1 pi : Worship Mi E \ MiU—i puiung up passengers Masristrste of Dutrtct "A' llnei situated neur Roache: At thai time, loere M Poll.. yestii.l.iy fined Fn.Kiwk Burgess, rhelr Honours dismissed the it |weller ••: Si Pstci I:H to be r months' mprlsonmenl ird u pen. The case was brougnl bj labour, for the UhTCenj .n .i l>..Hre Cpl WatSOP i>f Trjftlr BrstU'h. Ihe respondent haV since 'been JTSep of tlwHtftVu^pCwkaw^a \ZS? a^Jiu ^S gL ISSS "' '"' ''^ \ \ ';'.;• Centra) s, making efforts to obtain and reoffered an example of good work L vZ %  L, ^." -.K .>„,......,.~ tain that clear posw-nsion to which on slender resources. *£" fSK ^ -ri bbca 1 lv ... , Th ' n l ,n, r *^ "•ni.nr'-.-d on ON I'KOnATlON she Is entitled under hn erwnsw. -TTy Her first port ot call will be August 18. t|! led After II %  urGro u P" Barbados and from there she will Burgess. His Worship M. I. 1! (lilftUh Alter tne nrst week, the ConferB o to Trinidad and British Guiana „ Aetiug I'nlh, M.igi CS rOft WOIMHM. Iricl .. A v.Mi-,,1;,* placi Nstflsw King M l St. Lucy, departments a OB the Judgmg by their comments, „„ v 111U1 „ „,-,„,,,.„. Mv land a board and shingled housb ors received the impression that oasseneer ^eenmntodatiuu belonging t.. the ..ppellants, and Ihe work was based on a real !" K' n d .^M ? ix nd .r: a? luJZ !" £l ot %  d work of Ihe Eastern Caribbean HS4 nvitl imss.iv.:II il I HI —*" entitled under her C .Ml ISoon after she bought the land, ence divided up intoWour'groups Sho -3-i lied in this Court in Its to consider (I) communications of Original Jurisdiction u> have rtie Ideas special reference I" "*** "-> tr-.fer li-ht n r .h. r^-ini ZZJtLrZ Wihcrs wit and wisdom were un""a}"" corporation. lie is staying on in Andersi Jaroaio next few Up to him and aft* i r I another d sa '-*"-'*' | n* ,,t *he CUl The trespass Is a contumacious "K ^h f^ ol Con n .^' $ B f"i-n Gu,ana and Trinidad in one. and we think Miat the deIIIMUKSIIII Hi ML;-. 1.(11 IS I,. RAVI I V Itfdtoti Lane U hs* rssishboun ind fnends ins .iIn\i-ii by them. by hsi 1 hlldn 'i • %  in JUST IN TIME VEGETABLE SEED"SEEDS THAI SUCCEED New Arrivals in our Cosmetic Dept. WrKKAST — The l.ipMi.k that I.-.-.I.. B] II..n Hu I Ayer . .1 l>r. ,„, I s.„,4. — Hani Um Tell Tile Trace. INVISIBU HMK M:T l..\(l,l'KK III ritxtli Squreir H,.itl, S Ml.t(ll) • -NI-M I lii I Miiniriire rtVISSOKS — SnsMir Handle Tueeiers KYI! I.ASH 1 I HI I KS KNIGHTS LTD PHOtNIX PHARMACY I *; SPECIAL STOCK-TAKING OFFERS— I The he aim of the wound took Incident oeiunid on High St report will be the IntereM "of Ihe'Corporiiuon" nil ISIIIV uniltslli rlnion ot the Cout below'lTi;.. '" J" d !" I 1 "! !" !" nd In BritLh Ciii.n. he eoiieluded "'"•'"" *"" %  "• DiiSrt WSJ S5 rt Co'u r.7,h !" ld ^ .,'," n,"'uhteelf", uX,, %  ' a „'"'""'""""fr a M.jSnSSS I„ th. AtoU,t C^t of X SSLh.'S, SC9JSSS! 5S5? "" *• <"velow„ent ,-oryenerda, Their Hon..,.,, Mr II A Vaughan and Mr. A. J II Hu Work Id -iinii-il Qn Waterfront After Wet Weekend should be of use to the region as poratlon a whole. As the Conference pro* greased. It became evident, not only that many problems found In our British territories are, share.) by others in the Caribbean, notably Haiti, but that even where racial structure is different as In Puerto Rico, questions of techDsQUS are the same. The Conference was reii,.nkable ilng for its unity and good fellowship wet nnd should be a precursor of regthe ular regional meetings on adult at education. The Government of Jamaica welcomed the delegates at a cockIhe Myrtle S. P. + C. A. .%  res Iw.|i i — r >i >M SSHi IlfSeJ d SM n. l.eek. I'epper, 'I'll> %  me. and .Ml oilier kinds of Mower JIM! VegrUhl. BStSSsS. BRUIT. WEATHEKIIEAD I.TII. \l-.i Shop" >ld at "1IH I lavwi Aiiiulii I luh OS| 5 Only 22 in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES 6 Only -SOLO" SPRAYERS PHI ONI MAN BPRAYBfl WHICH Sl'lt ws ON nOTH TIIK ID DOWN STROKES. IDEAL TOR TRIES VEGETABLB AND oiMKit QARDsWa $1100 EACH. BIRDCAGES^ASSORTED STYLES AND SIZES PRICES FROM $477 TO $9 24 On the waterfront, work icommenred yesterday mo rather vigorously after a week-end The crew of schooner Rainbow M." wa work unloading the cargo which the vessel had brought to the inland on Saturday morning from **"' pa r, y ,ve n S: Vincont. The cargo included *** %  "* Ho, ' 1 "<< 'he Governor incopra, vegetablk 'tinv,lp d tnem either to a luncheon tn and pumpkins Similar vw-ik r -I ""•' ;"• - K"W' House. which was also %  tnppsd l>v the M c 9ns Nathan put on a special progress on the exhibition of Penguin hooks and Wallace". g r,nt nd • %  %  ,P r, >L for ', he ,into port on Friday. **? nar al MTIJeld. The deleThe Pfcilio II USVUSMI MS K iW ''''J'^^' • days bathing tit !" dl!j ho^rSuZlor Z '^'"l 1 !" 9 £5.1^5 IU rarjo which .1 brouHH from ?'.* b!1 '"^" i',",'".'. ,T Djmjr !" durin, Iho SS*-L ^ SU^oTV^AbJlBlde. It. !" o o( am and rh.rrimell vl%1Tin drt ^. lo „, .„,,„,. %  ''" %  L"^ un ^ d ? 1 Un cd 10 the .pVial !" re ot a Janil,.k. IM I>iMm> .-1I.0 broujnt ran ,m d mur ^ pr i„,i, hoapltality a quantity of w.tllaba pmu was .nioyed a. a ie.ull which were being unloaded yeitriday DM for British Guiana and Dominica Mil it SHIPS AHMVE 'Tll'lm"^...! vesseb were the Four ships arrived in port over 'famslnps KalUds. for Cuidad Ins w.ek-end Thi-v included Truji.lo. the rlanterfor Trinsj. CsUks which arrived '''a* ,n '" Ssnwhlt a Is o fo. ,_,_ p 4 r Trinidid and the Castsdun Pa n for San Domingo Trinidad, th,. Port Alfred where it unload a cargo of molasses and rum from this port. ih from Madeiia. I'aUifind i mv. B i ttj Inn. Isl Bk fl The f Trek, laleu Jon**Ltd T B *.%DAK IN CAREENAGE while Itw harrlla iconsigned lo DaCosta & Co, Tre motor coaster "T. B. FsThe sCettiea which arrivdtsT" *.hich was towed Into Cared fnv%  light genIhils Ba) on the 2nd of April %  %  inland. Its cargo 1952 after drifting off Tobago. It ._'! erstn of potanow lying in the Careenage. Thai toes, MO onions, 100 ves-el was i.n<#iore nru4a**i Iha .... Musson & S->n* and is under the iIn fan supply at th> various command of Captain M. F. Van i umb eryards. Last week the prlc D*um. 0 f shingles was lowered at some -l\ VIMEI.S LEAVE plsces. %  %  lumber shipments .ire There were six departures over xpi-rte<| to arrive In the island the week-end. Two schooners left near the end of the year It is export on Sunday, the Frances pected that when these boats arSffaHh and the CeoBdesU I. G. rive, fur siding will be available.



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I'M.I ItMl BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'F.Mm sir 11 Mini: .'::. |S2 tfaJiib galting .Vfc'WS l\ TNI UN: S IR F.RROI. IM)S SANTOS. Kl . Trinidad b) H W I Salaries Con n pointed by U and K'rwwfrTi//'Tramp* l!u< I B W l.A bad iwo -eeial flights from Saturda) lo bring back Mis A. L. Stuart's Capt I... OmC Hnl*r ^!iii Band who went to Ml Mm H %  thlmt a*as\ Hi Mil I %  M RS. and MTSS OKI I \ V to after spending a few weeks' holl%  • guests at port unity in Caracaa, Ven< was Mi been I Paradise Beach Club for three i l'i\ji.\<.tr. .Summer R ETt'KNING to Jamaica by H W I A. tart Thursdiv morning wag Ms Murlal JackB A i Umd i %  wltrl hei parents. Mi and M C It Jackman of W< I hurch. Miss Jackmnn who Is Deputy Headmisiress and English Mi tress of the < s-hool. Spanish Town, said this was her first re.il holiday In u Lng the Island In MU3 ... in tluA T S in England until 1S46 when she entered I HoUoway College (London I'm %  n Degree In Enitllsh. Graduating in 1949, she spent Un (ollowfl tl tin London :-. I tute M i tion arorklnc for the Diploma in rjduc.i' Since 1950 she has I*. In teachins In Jamaica. In the summer. ISM she went up to the United States of 40 she was kept very busy. tharuu. to the generoMtw of hei School Hoard she was able I before the end of term U %  %  %  Her brother who is Senior Classical Master at Jamaica College and who with his wife had bean holidaying here too, returned to Jamaica a fortnight ago bv the beta — he s from Lniidrci In a gn-aowtd *'.. With the remits lot the nejt ihrt i '.jr. (n ftu paper 8koH M*H M R. A BnKNBJJT, Super Intendent of Harrison Lin • Steamers, returned to Trinidad by i: W | A on Saturday last after visit. %  ShifiiT l.mli-u' Ni'lurn M RS C WATKINS and MIS'M I.KWIS Of Sin, .ng Machine Co who I %  %  Trinidad In .vith their Company, returned to i by i. w i A on the I9lh September. (Jingmlulntum* C l >N< iKATULATIONS to Marva Lorde. daughter of M Haadinaater of St. Slla* bool who has been award' the two Junior Flr*t >ioUrship B for 19SJ. d of five yearr Marva in„. fourth form at Queeni "ullage tfurltiitliuii ftrt/iiith-ii R EV. C. i i ONI Vm, MA. 1 H.e. arrival home on Sunday by H W.I A from St Lucia Where ha had been Ni*Mi(iini< While in St Luaia he attended the ordination to Priesthood of th,. Hev. M Maxwell, a Barbadian who wan a student at Cndrintttun < OUege Mr. Maxwell's nUter.. who attended the crremnnv reMM <>M Sunday. Surph; %  Party A RIM I'ARTY was held on Saturday night at th Sea Scout Hut. Ned.hams Point, the IB honour of Mr Geoffrey Rudder who will tie leaving '.'. %  %  %  %  : %  College of the West rnadca where ha will do %  ton the son of Ml W I) Rudder, Principal of the Harbadoa Academy and Mrs. Rudder He it also Acting ASM. uf the 1st Barbados Sea Scouts. An enjoyable evening was had bv all those who attended and thev all joined in-wishing htm good luck and bon voyage' r'.-uWmm* Holiday M RS sriASSKY and her two children arrived from Caracas, Venezuela on Sunday by LAV for a few week's holiday which they will be spending as guests at Paradise Beach Club. >.B.i7. I. Tag Day TM1E Y.W C A will hold their first Tag Day on the 3rd October and It Is hoped that the public will lend their support to • It is the alms and objects of the Y W C A to cater to women of all classes and proceeds a to strengthen this Organisation which will in time be of benefit to all young women the world A good response is asked of the public in general. %  for SrhrxU M RS SCHNUR and her daugh tcr Sandra of Caracas. Venezuela have been holidaying in the Island as guests at Paradise lun Mrs Schnur who BUM Oral to enter her daughter as a pupil of Codrlngton High Sc h ool returned home on Siinil.r. afternoon by LAV. Yi'ir 1/'/ i iintnunt *THE REV. and MRS L J PAUL were among the intransit passengers for British Honduras during the past weak. They were guests of Rev. and Mrs. G. C. M. WoodroofTe. of St Andrew's Rectory. Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Woodrooffe are sisters. Rev Paul was Priest-ln-Charge at Calliaqua. St. Vincent and Is on his way to lake up an appointment as Rector of Stann Creek. British HondurasSliuii-nln Krlurn W ITH the reopening of Schools a numtxr of students for Codrinston High School nnd the Ursuline Convent turned bv B.W.I A. over the weekend from Trinidad after spending the summer holidays. Christmas Flight To Canada A'Comet Jet airliner will soon fly across the Atlantic and the North American continent. Ii | the first lo be built for an overseas operator. This Comet, now undergoing its flying trmls, wears the colours of Canadian Pacific Airlines. It differs slightly torn British! Overseas Airways' Comets, and will carry eight more passengers. Canada should get the Come* around Christmas or the New* Year. But the airliner will not remain in Canada. CPA Intend to use the Comets on the Sydney — Honolulu section of their transpacific route. Sergeant J. P. Hellings, Aylesbury, and Flight Sergeant. A. P. Burgess, of Harrow, among the latest batch of air cadets to win the Air Ministry', f 150 flying training scholarship. The two boys will be trained up to "A" licence standard at Denharn airfield. A third cadet, Fl i Kht-Sergeant P. Edgs.>n. Maidenhead, will be trained, by the West London Aero Club, at White Wallham. More than 414,000 passenger* used British civil airports during July. l>mdon Airport handled 10'f.832 of them; Northolt 637. Men of No 3 Squadron of the Royal Netherlands Naval Air S rvice have arrived in Briiali for training with the Royal Navy. They use British sea Fury aajhtanj The Dutch pilots will fly from the naval airfield at Anthorn. Cumberland, and then go lo sea In British aircraft carriers. They dl ,,..1 see Holland afiain until the end of next year. Trans-Canada Airlines, whoso Rolls-Royce-englned North Stars are the only existing transatlanUc alrllnan using major British equipment, have just ordered three more Super Constellations from America, bringing the! total order to eight. LISTENING HOURS Ml — I-.IH m r~~ ~ 13 i ; B „ m Lr: v *""',. p ni R.Kit" NcwirpKl. IN pn 1* .... %  ->'(•*• 1 ao pja n„. Rupert'% Spring Adventure—37 FF>'; : 7.T (i.p*'i krept on ttfidily. omg i vlicrr tli dr||oii hi* bttn •SJI ihet it ntM ILI*I> ( %  quid in iht gbu to *pu> ih* root< ihat hive brcn lil'l .11 I or, Naii I sanpaM tnH irr *hji •jans." ri" M.tj, p.tchev .-(Uiint an Ini|> Lei • so *il •* whu it h.ppei. in* on iop." Ht lnd the way KM oi iht iunnl md Ktrnptt* %  i S tnadl o( bbckcn*d Riot %  -(xi mmui* h > poiniuix *scidly. "lok. look." he % %  • %  wsgag I Iht thooi* u* ,-om.n, „p ilr.*g." Blind Girl Recovers Her Sight RIVERA. ''.ilifouiia. Sept. 22. Eleven-year-old curly-haired Linda Brown -long freshness! I (Hi MKSOXtL FRESUSESS ALWAYS Willy Toad's Special Tree —He WMS Going to Spend the Wime, In *r— By MAX TRKLI. • B.B.C. RADK) NOTES WILLY Toad was whistling clK-erfully when Knarf and Hanid came along and met him on the BigWhitt-Kock-That-Overlooked-theValley, He was happier than they had aver -een him before. And this was strange because It was a cold dreary November day and nobody *!*. Would even have thought of • hist In V. '•flighted to ae you, old dears hted, delighted!" he said nvheiw-^gfi iwo whiitlti Knarf and Ilamd asked him why he was so happy. "*' %  MI U-ll you why! I've jLi-t ft.und a tret, that's why!" "A tree?" said Knarf in a tone ^t great surpri>r. -What's so wonilt-rful about finding a tree?" Hanid wared her hand around over the valley and over the hill •nd over the places on both sides of' There's million* and milFrank Holder and Cy Grant In today's "Rendezvous '*. the weekly light entertainment programme from London featuring Commorwealth artists. British Guiana will be well represented. Of the three artists who will be taking part—along with the BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Paul Fenoulhet—two will be from B.G, These are Trunk Holder who sings with dance bands In Britain and Cy Grant who recently delighted BBC V.rKly Bandbox' listeners with calypaos sung to his own guitar accompaniment The third artist will be the Canadian Norman Harper who also sings to his own guitar. The broadcast, lasting for half-anhour. will begin at 7.13 p.m. on Tuesday. 23rd inst. and will be beamed to us In the 25 and SI tftda, — 11.75 and 9.58 ..lee. Id Willy. Willy ihook his head. "Spend the winter in," he repeated, "Just look!" He had hopped around to the t trees, Willy! Wherever you :ot "* r 1,ae o( "^ tp * Wn Knarf look there's a tree!" •"* Hanid reached the spot, they Mas T, 1^'.' R d *"" %  "' "•* "'•" %  '•TruOld Will)-. -V.rr true.l Hollo* I.-id. Bui 1 ,u,l round my ipwlal Iraa. I The nxt raont, hirmmr. Ur j Jv .","? ">"'< %  ,Jtl trunk. It w. Ih.n lh.j d,.. Wfflj lr..,,Wd on .ho.in, Kn.,f. thp tIunk ... hllUow „ ,j,. .n, ll.md hli IFM. It wu t Ik* a ,!.„ .h.lter lth r.t. h.iih .n.l o! tht p.lh and th !" qu.tt | W I1>. Th. aw w ooterod with bit turtncr p.,t %  lllllt •! wild „f, ,,„„. Th nlr w .... j 0il raspberry bu.hr, Ih.t -rr.tchrd at 1 narrow slit. Sm\ -Yoa tM" ..id Willy, 'If, Hardly any. not a for. ...,,.. no* a orar. r.Ten in. north wind Kn.rf W !" 1 ta bl " in ". ...n,d h.,i to admit that i.!*"J" ful "" "' h " * % waa certainly a be.utilul tree. It wa. even more than juat bc.utiful.l Knarf and Hanid felt almoat aa It wa. magnificent! It waa an oak. ""ppy as Willy himself. Its lower branrhe, were thicker "What are you going to do here (Mm thr trunks of moat trees, and in this beautiful tree?" they both they .tretched out liko great arms, asked eagerly. Th,. irunk of this nk was .o thick I Somehow they hoped Willy wai Ih.t three men could have put their |K oing to say that ha intended to anna around it without touching have company all winter long, and each ether. '.it .round, and talk, and play But you still haven t seen the games, and lay plans for the com!" 5?M. ,. '""" %  b0 t ,nl '" %  Kpvmg. But Willy iu.t Hid: tree,' illy said; "and why I think "What am I going to do, old dears* it the l~-.t tre.m the whole world I'm going to do what every toad for me to npend the winter in." does in the wintertime. I'm going You mean spend the winter oii.", to sleep —oh. how I'm going to sleep!" And Knarf and Hanid der.'Msighed to think of that maniflcent 'tree just being a bedroom. tli.n. with their thorns as they .Vftn u* 11 u will. pu,hod through. Finally Will,' 22 EL hit "Hi .. that they c d sVlMSft&'tt K W^ "'" udd Hanid. "Or spend the winter *a-i Knarf. CROSSWORD T^ — p^ 1 %  1 u ' %  < % %  • swa. *.r.. I. isena io nort in %  trei.cn •>. I lea .he out^rt-woruB ii in lutroqucn. nervica uniu. II A nl In Uuinini guise, t I iDOioUa .. i.'li.. DSJIC t '..> Ii flnnt UJ Tt.uii.nM mm. i 1 ritltlC! -LIIH> Ol I0I4IJD BM I • BroKtii atari to S. i. tia it Mm) t> Mft St mil ul 16 IOI jr. N.i IIIIKMU ran provide 11 4 J1 A >lrp to sdntre M. ifti JS. LeDBiiofi cared for It, (i, r* iiiDPI t. iii Dam Nurtn iiH nouUi or wc. > .' Mic.i Idiot tor a cnan.it' • Ltia* of tne oirrhtada "*• i or milor an irtli.1. (31 % %  r-l in# Matdefeuce i) What ruDDau. it is. Hi 1 Outstanding wrnir. i > % BamblS moinr. li H -i.ip ana get Ui* messsac m r<> ai**rt I up'. America J 17 UnplMM.ni unil.ubied!) i. 3 When*tii*aniwl 1 ii \lv, OP n-urd r,. %  31 I4 :i -iee JO I*I n round in even i aeruM t. -..< i %  r-orlui>. iioit v Wilding LOIIS L. IHI I 1 1 Holtun L.ne Stop Pyorrhea in 24 Hours "f'ih i Sad %  in ii leeia ran mil >.M may | lihninimi-rn rd^S inn'.In I h. >r. .-, noi-h niK' lishuna t*eih. Iron rlad AmoHn mual ni-kv .our iwEr, *ui Pyonlaca TrenchHoula GLOBE Today 5 and 8.30 .. m I.ait SHOMN \< HOSS TMK WIDE MISSO| R| JUST IUAM:IM:IB STRIPED SPUN :i6 ins. (29 Colours) PLAIN SPUNS U in. FLOWERKU SPUNS 36 ins I si i-ltt for llie payment of Accounts this store will be for Stock-Taklnu on TUKBIJ t\ r.1 PTKMndl 30th NKW GOODS OPENING ON THE 1ST 78 cu. 64 cU. "Tl T. R. EVANS WHITFIELDS BRANCH Phone 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE TOMOKKOW and TIIIRSIIAV 4.43 and 8.30 THE DESERT FOX and AN AMERICAN IN TARIS OPENING FRIDAY tk .Here's Lwhy." your,; watch" needs Oiling.. ... FREE WATCH INSPECTION I OUR wafth ii on omoiing methonum in (Of anl mefion. A check-up may reveal It need* oiling or cleaning . necessary to keep accurate time. Bring It hare for expert, guoronteed work. ALIOISSO B. De LIMA & Co., Ltd. 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I'M.I I II.Ill BAEI1AIMIS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEPTF.MBI.R 21 lil 4 TEAMS SCORE OUTRIGHT VICTORIES r vwta. Batsmen Fall Cheaply As 7th Series Ends ..tnbcr f.ur in the Cable & 101 rtUU not out in the lirst i iinst Wanderers at Board e la*! day in the Seventh Round ''ricket pnatehag. Croney hit eight fours and three gfaj runs Cable AV Wireless defeated Wan.i. it.ible marjjm of an innings anil M T< WOtmMM vs. Hi ll rmu; /A.W/A. SECOVB MMSIOV CKfcKET: Murray Defeats Phillips .ling to avoid defeat, having coi1 feted three runs for the loss of irketa. Kmpirr v\. Leeward Another light appeal saved lb* > for Leeward in their natch Fosters. When .y ended on (he first day ol play, IVnpire had bowled out Leeward for 62 after scoring 140 KAIN-AKKECTED WICKETS pnvalkd at all ground* O mg to ih* wicket a aecond Saturday when the seventh sene of Second Division time. Empire collected 81. Bowlers Do Well On Tricky Wickets Wanderer*.— 5J (O liui%  four for 11) and 50 I .J Buffet seven for I5> Y.M.P.CV— 17B for eight declared (Butler 44. Edghill 31 %  at Mi • %  ward moet bowler; took full advantage ol the opportune v In ft Cable & V. : |il ,-. the k BOWI IN. MfAurats Blab afta-i ,. F.ntunspin arli Phillips. I9S2 A ittfs ChampmiL 3 i ,„ n.,. nuarOpen I i|..*-II "'Ullp. "ICKWH K \m BDBU of tr~ Batbad.i i hjunpleaahlp MUM ay. after losing.the rtr*t gaflu OJ hi' | (hillipi. quite easily came back Barnes were concluded. Team* which had batted on the first day of play had %  delimitadvantage over their opponent*. Bowler* had a very jood day and as a lesult, small scores prevailed, the higlit-Vi Mora <-l the i.i\ tetng registered in the match hciwecri CtoUaae aad Windv ml where Collcgi Rorad 118 in their second LsaTJingja, VYINim \ttlt AT niNUHARIt K Kl< K —1.1 Unlvii v n tun 1.1 i„„„„ I'M MMIK .1 \ Loat -lll -I. K r*rm*r I h w b | '.ood bowling performance* no returned by O Buike of Phillips played ox~lremeTy""weII Y %  MJ.C. who captured seven throughout, but it was obvious at Wanderers* second innink* 4 the third game that he wickets for 15 runs, thus giving was showing signs of strain, and him a match analysis of 11 for although he made a wonderful 21. Uilkes of Leeward also reracovarj in the fourth isnw. iun:| food figures. After espII. %  • II Kinj wick„ 20 runs and Matthews on.{I i. N At i-badw RegiJ I 15 runs and %  < I %  %  k %  and scored 50 runs for the 1. • %  %  %  %  110 run rar UM it %  m However L' lad out i for 48 ., -iing V M P.C BEATS CARLTON V V M PJ V M P.C easily lot vfetoja they 1 uns i n their %  their 5 In their aeco ,:., v M P I leelan 43 runs for !. Uw ll kwfa k and ill scores In ,k scorN %  00 nit UM ; > .f play. Bid on Satur9 ku ii k stood up and %  160 runs for the lost Of four wick\'. it the w Innhn unde" feated wild ; H Parr **hc "k two of the %  Wm.tli Atkinson I i -ishley i.iii pace took M elgjbl of the Windward arl< kata i,„ 41 runs in 12 over*. The other .< %  irka lirst when f their matcb at 1 aaotra • in Saturday B rl ed 111 T rani that day I 130 o) | wo %  i | "Ii I before run ,. % %  i. At < B, eo 0et Brsl innings „ %  i ara .. inniiiL | Mored -'2i f ling ihe whole day, scored 215 n runs. r> S. Howard Uipaoared ith 32 runs while the next beat .core of 31 runs was kiKH'ked up by D Finder. H U with M fi 1 (1S Bowling for CombermePB B smith nad K Brankei I.-.K four wlckc! | ., nm IIHIIM ml .~ <;i— t.'i.r w.ik, [ H rarmrr Moar* not out I i a ha iloclared ut their over-week total il by 3.10 had bowled out u-diiton for W, of which Cuffley %  lade a plucky 57. On.y Plnheiro nd Buurne of the remainder of he Erdiston batsmen reache-1 ouble figures against good ,,_ aoirlblg by Mr. Sealy and Cal; 1 "'. 1 WM beyond douW the mjl luring six for 51 in Ihe llrst Inlender who captured four for nulling gan.c of the nuteh, he i,inits. he < i.ptui. -i l rid ",..• lor 13 rep-' tiv.l> "is unable t.. rol> Murray of vie!hf i second. Deane ,,f WlndWSI UM WlcfeH t.Kik 10 for 40 as I maU h anal] lory. earlier singe, of the game Phillips ££ Harr > My of < ombermere plrrced it regularly with some ?•* !" aleh_ analysis of nine fi u %  naufl tirwiililir r. ei lea raimor Thoniloti l*dlr> b 0 l-ih %  vein • M-irr b O Ij-thlry Alftiiiwi. I, O l-whry JoliatMl b O L*til>> TBIMMT <• t-Uik b O I^riilry fh 1 h O LaahWy K.t,i. I> K CjrkF rafmrr i> o trirYTi WH.,ini'it> O fi.hl l*nr..j rnl !" frrmmln abarnt beauUfully irxeeuted forehand 59 fl g-n*' Erdlston ^mashes, and there was one fore r Empire also had a matcrt hand *ma*h in the closing stages analysis of nine for M ofoassl Of the fourth game which gave 1-eeward. Phillips the lead at 21--20 which The highest score of the ' l &?• V.MJ.C. time, Krdiston k-cored exactly 100. Out of this total good coni ibutions wore made by Black• um 22. 1'inheiro 20 and Bourn"' f'.ilkes capturing five for 35 Civ^> ^ Will if rntt nop' If mlf I cawlc* pad i*KfisO'">| '• reagie Ul'l IK/(( ihfMt Combermere:— 205 for seven decl'd. (Mr. Hughes 56. M. Sealy 48) 10 [ iffley 57. Mr Sealy four for 25. Callend<-i three for 13. Alleyne two for 13 find 100 (Blackman 2? 20: Mr Sealy nve fulender four foi 32 for 0). t mpiri. leeward af F in i Lew* 30. for 51) and 07 (Holdei 46. K GUkes nv. abaTa two %  111 and 06 for eight lUilaev 35. Kirton three for 27. Lewis three for 20. Harm two for 10). < "Hr. v> Wiivdwartl at Cal lagar. 124 (Morris 30 Tudor 27: Deane five for 21) ann KB for nine. (Smith 30, HobinUeane live for .' Windward'—151 (Simmons 41 Armstrong 50. Balson six for 38 three. ( entral vs. I^dge at Taawlaaf Lodge:— 55 (Wood seven foi Tl (Ray-ide 37 Shepherd four for 10). — 159 for four 'Hln %  ^ .p a ... _4 ikllL K ^BflfiarWS K rl S not out. %  on by Combermere thus nning> and 10 run-. IIOUI naa ANAI.V-HS IV.iK.war.. vs. College At College. Windward took Mst innings in u drawn game which might have taken a dei islve turn in College's favour : -ere it not tor n ^uccaaaful ap|ieal agauut fading light whieni < • topped play ut 5.30. On the first lay. College scored 124 and Windward replied with 100 for i mr wickets. Windward took nr^rgamVTrom''.V GiU in'"nne at''d r ,, wUh 170 for eight their score u. 151 on Saturday tacldBf, style, was beaten in three declared to Wandervrs' 1st uamainly due to a sound 58 by straight sets 3—1 L Sampson mngs score of 52. Butler scored Arnutrong. For College. Balson lost to C. Greenidge 3—I Samp41 in his team's innings and t ,.* six wickets for 38. In their ton defended <|iiit ( well, hut the KdithuT3]. The Wanderers bats'ccond innings College scored attack of Greenidge men found runs difficult to get IIH for nine wickets, leaving proved too much for him In the against accurate bowling uy Windward to score 91 in 45 mlnLadtei quarter Miss J Clarke deBuske who took seven wickets nles for victoi-y. Smith's 39 and }• for 15 runs, and they were_all Id W'e can nupplv ynu with (he Finest IKIIl* I^Uri... I, l(.„ %  lb* l> L*cl %  B. Carrlngton and Mr OIL n Miss R. 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WMAI S ON TODAY BC rtlmr VlnOrf. II • Mobil* Cin.nia CBBS %  P.' UM MUM IBat IHU iirillHM Gainst th. wnrun that MS* ittuinN Fa* IM future in to co-ordinate tb which haboon in met) HUM tsntattve cooelusloii about the fundamental nature -t problem* to be tackled by the (Time Minister*. The Kaumbl Tame* said the whole thins hit;. been planned aa large scalp strategic exorcise wllh live months ol solid worli by lower echelon* behind it and with ,. "Chui.niilian touch tle.ulv m | Almost every ffnbjaol ed with Ihe econom> o4 innawealtb con-,' cussed by the conference void) is being held in the fti ntrs building. Thee Include import and export probleminternal and external expenditure, lorn" chasing plans, development policy, the general ngreeineni on tariffs, and trade, impen.il on fstSI I the [OnBllsUonal Monetary Fund When i nanaral Conun policy has been formulated, the next step will take the fonn of consultations with r> States which will incl bilitics of invest r %  capital in Oomn tries. Tinwould ba linked up With plan. for IrOligll economy of the fare world, which Prime Mn I ;\ Chmchill has already Intimated to discus* in Washington after the U.S. Presidential elections —IP. IranV Reply Read* TEHERAN, b a n ; S rp Y 7f The National Oil < completed the Mehnlcal %  < %  • %  Iran' ropl) to the recent AngloAmerican proposals to settle the oil crisis at n three-hour meeting in the lower house of parU ar no n l on M %  • %  bn P %  nmlsslan'a formula will be submitted to Premier Mossadegh for inclusion In the Iranian note M ern proposal*. The note will Iw delivered on Tue-dav. It was expected t nta inter proposals, the general content of which both the Aniericiiavc alreadj indie:,ted is not acceptable —r.p. MOVIE FANS RIOT ROSA It IO. Argentina. Sept 22 Movie fans here did not like the numerous cut* made in a him tad staged a riot before the doors of the Theatre yesterday. One passei-by was shot to death and several other* injured.—C.P. Indian, U.S. Peace Ideas Can Coincide WASHINGTON. Best JJ Tiuinan told a k roup of Indian novta ratsbrttlas an Mondakbet Lb* ideas for pcaca -f both the United State*und India can easily coincide." Truman mud,. ., brief t;iik u Use toratsD movie delegation In the White House rose garden "| know you i king lor peace and 1 shall continue to work for that objective." Truman m e a n f whether he is in office no not. and added: "Our ideas can easily coincide". [•• .nd the Indian* had J hearty laugh when g photopbar'i flash bnih pxpioded a few feet | Of a y from them "There must be i Communist n 1 lettl Midt, Sehadul Shah, producer-director. Ited" Truman to visit India a me lime and presented him with a carved ivory figure of the i ib 1 bates Gandhi. No 11. ii.ni, Promise Truman told Shah thai ne would like to visit India some lime but could not oMaS BsBjas to do so. Me has he ratine front Ihe Prasldencj ne wants to vit Pflit& of ihe world he t. •-iii. Jri presenting th< llgure of Gnndhi. the Induing aaid that they hoped it would tad States -the kind of peace for" which Gandhi roi %  Chandulal Shah. President of n Picture Producers' Association, in an interview after the meeting said: "The popular conception of ihe United stales is a nation of big. wide and huge dimensions and A San ambition, but we realize th it haws a bt| bean too We are thankful for Ihe cordial BOd friendly welcome we received here. India Is and always will be a friend of the United States. There is no doubt about that. With all the resources and technical knowledge that the United State* has. if India could contribute something of the splrKual that combination might five everlasting peare to the odd ••— v.r. Twt Cold! XICE FRANCE. Sept. SI. Pnm* Him.ter OaurcfeUl went down to the %  ** with a lhernwtnetr Wdajr, teoisg the water tint round it too cold to hath. He drove down to the beach from Lord Beaver brook Cap d'Ail villa. CP Lewis Wins Concessions WASHINGTON, Sept 21. John L. LewM won sweepm:t DoaceastOnS frnm ncttthern s.>t: eoal operator* on Saturday in a M-w contract staving eel hie on Monday. The acre, ment calls for a daily pay boost of one dollar jnd " I %  %  i.^i increase in the royalty the BltTsf %  i" the welfare fund. The present daily pay is 10 dollars -nd 35 cents and th" royalty It so eenhi • %  ton Lewis. President of the United Mtoe Workara' Union I to ask the aajM leseui from t'e' 'he industry.—C-P. Nationalists Prepare To Invade China rMI'FII Foir ON4 sei %  -' I K .on told on the mainland of China on %  Invasion of China ires U almas) completed" A ,i OMang rhingfciio asked the guerrillas to hi b pieaent baaee, develop then* forces, and be piepared to join the invading NtV tienallsts In the Kittle fm a nati oal re. | did not 'ii its when the prm. 1 Hi II effe. i %  led State*. i<< permtl a MallonaJrsJ > %  OB China • aid be Ihe nrtfl %  Reraan war it also elarrnea] th, t il \% u M'tlonallsi trnn| to flflht In China r. her than -end | Hussiii Buying Morr Rubber Frana U.K. LONIK N Russia Is stepping up Iwr rub1 [her purchases in Britain and her %  nts are again buyin'. metal flgirre* dtseln-M n Monday. ihe latest Board ot I %  • ihe Son'' mo'i'h 4.341* tons comln 'h' In July %  iuphi i2.oa Bred with only 10.756 tons In the "th of 1951 —r.p. Arundell Broadcasts Appeal >F>a*i Oaf Oun OaavaaBaVhSaatl GRENADA, Sept. 22 Against the background of the leieni BOBttand '' l..v and persisting rumour' of a genera] agricultural strfka and despite iiofllciai presentation of worker demands. Governor Arundell yesterday afternoon broadcast an "appeal to both sides of industry to pull together for their own good and the good of Grenada." He outlined ail pro negotiation open in the event of disputes from ooncUlator) intervention by the Labour Department to arbitration tribunals and nreed I generally damaging effect of strikes as evidenced by "Grenada's if madnei last year" which was not only costly in money but ha" also plagued agr culture to this day <\\iv to the lo s of eon! toon b %  ten other I v both sides of industry. Be concluded that the word strike in Trade Union context did not mean a blow Off -it down rnd as a free country, governHid not proven) people U boldiing the i LIIKIUI but trie law continued |o run and the | order SS well as protection of peaceable persons against fear or attack was %  %  > tint duty ol en ment Tonnage Of Urilish 'Tramp Shipping Dropping LONDOH S.pi. M rhe tonnage of British tl >mp d fHMl.(KM) ions I %  lee the pre-wie car of lt>30> %  tan of I b ing arrested, according to 'he i % %  l of 'he v L mail ..f Merchant Navy <>fflSteVenSOD Denounces Taft-Ilarlley LaM NEW YOHK. Sept Tl i I NOB ADLAJ STBVINSON enObd the T*fl l %  > LhW tCCshl a tlrej with %\ |iutictuie.N and live H. sV'l UUrl ii nerds "junkinv; and not a I %  %  • l.iimod Republican rubber" 1 The Dttto lential mimiin^' ;,Lso Mibmitted | rive point pln foi • %  -iLiMMenun; the DaataTtment of labour, a 1 % %  %  mi u to th* .ii'iumituie .\I.'IM."I m \ k i Lo help Hum thJ men bvl 0 n.k. il.ni.K-racv work in the unions and aimind the bsSrwniniiig tnhlr i ado in %  'ih pn i iiour. The A I'; o swoipon %  first endoroernenl of a Pieai dial candidate by ihe eon%  dion In t* 70-yeai hi f\t(ssi i IP "bled 1 the ii' 0 %  %  BJ It ilhmeal inting rod 3 b ., %  from BJ iCaV enl vessels w 'i rl %  %  %  mage. .pee,'I, ID I 1>)NIX>N Sept II A Bntisti iishmg company I>BU< report today indicating that tod by a dSStsn gunboat. rhO Loyal Steam Fish tm ('"inmy of Grlmsby said] it received radio message from the trawlei >inc thai another trawler, the M* Eqaerry was seen steaming east m the company of a gunt oat Whart tl ICM i nrred %  • %  rot announced.—C.P. %  p tnimaui >.ii th. I. (f*Mrfci ..am .IMTJ-O fi.no .14.... • in lO.tif in .'t.ooo.noo in W.M ftjl | ,,„,. 4 %  I a) modern ships, th* oosltion BJ HI II. .11 itiimnation must bOI .C.'il'llin ixrtentinl to deteriorate d thai h %  ''i-'iininr rroot libs nbowoi wovld %  nsUonal emeraoni > U thai %  u Bh purpoi ild la sodsd ror Ma stand nkon 'You have %  ..illiiyotu own I aft. tram whii i. n '.said snal hehoped that nun., gfeoui hisdert WOUld l p Ctfrfew fm/Htsrtf In Lettanon U& Newsprint Oo*sl KaiM .1 By *7 NEW YORK, ||| the Oront Northern Paper ComI any announced on Monday that %  ;; per ton Increase in the price M newspunt will be effective on October 1.—the biggest puce boost domestic newsprint sine* Juni advising its cujtunnis ol Ui* i ease the Great Northern Paper Company said thul it* new price for New Yoik deliveries would bv *I23 per ton with the usuul tcaUng for their section of the country. The Great Northt-rn ships its paper n Maine —t'.P. M M I'lllMIHVI Ol KIAIMMI Police Kill Two Convicts NEW YORK. Sept. 21. Police trapped InTOO bunk-robbniK escaped convicts to-day killing two in a blazing gun 'bailie that cost the life of a and wounded another .id desperado was cap.\hurt. convicts are Joseph Nolan. 26. and his brother HalOf Harlan County. %  Kentucky. 1 The captured bandit F.lnier m U, of ( tm-ago. admitted •hree robbed a Bron< I'ne.day held for more than I2.0oO They escaped from the LewisSral prison on Septemhe in-C.P. — v.r Pa ra troo/wrs Forced To Jump RENFREW. Scollaiiu, Sept. 21 British paratroops returning nom an iJpOffPtlQu D had to bale out over an ilrflOld tonight when their plane • i unable to lower Hs landing BMP. The 35 landed without mishap. BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept U toresa ..ii Horsed .. i urfew on %  /hoi (>.nliarnenl meet* to elect a ,,. I i rhO curfew n %  t b nd A II fi. in 0Z.00 OJI i until 11.00 l *" (.Mil onUirciiks i, Tripoli ni c %  I the op... The plane afterward* circled >'< %  ''. f for 2 minutes before the gear %  'othe I'rcvst rted work-ng—C.P. 1 P Turkey Studies Defence Plans WAMIIM.U-N vpl. 22. rrnhioisfloi I i i>. ui-i the i nitod Ittatee, Pranoo, end I Key aie sluojiiu; biitnih piotfid-j Qt| DSatin BSM .'->< % % %  ItatO Dean Achcson for JJ niiimlek and said that a uoi Uon of tike prone < i nV tonei poi I BMlUOSOd uritrfl} tninaj ha> to be done at %oon Li %  UN*,' 1 Erkm told icportet lb' aid that all loui BOWni .1 I nrUnOd to move ahead . il M i-iuiblf. but addel '" I H.itiKh %  VtCQlgn Minuter Anthony Ede n s „bae'. tas n dsal hi.* rcmpoinrlly delayed %  e,(ollHtians. Erkm said that ho %  I o discuHsed "some %  -, i United States economic Bid to but he declined ...i ,', .a. U | tt0| pollll. —r.p. Dalits Urder Soviot Ship To Lifl Viu-li in( Ul'li.NIIAi.KN S.yi 22 \ id o -('.popped Hunsiun ship dered out of Daiiuih lerwatera lo-day a few Irf-fole •ie scheduled to skut Jullaliil toast IT. malUH itvn. Ltni of LBOO dial inI < imiax oi the drantatM Op" ration Uababrai i' uianotuM. at th.Noith Atlantic rroou itlOl Janmiean Cricket Team Selected THE new Prenldsut of Ecuador. Dr. JoW Maria VMaaco Ibarra, la •hewn defti in Quito Thi. h the third UBM that Velaaco Ibam is elected.—(DTP) KINGSTON. J'ca.. Sept 22 Jamaica's cricket team to British Guiana was selected yesterl lowfinal trial match The players are Allan Alfred %  BUM .,.,'... i_ %  trttsman; I Denis Tl %  ling bati man N* bataman. I Colin Boi %  i m John I PTOScod. tMatwnan CL I %  %  I i mrider. Alfred Scott. •Tj Km Rlrharda, 1-ii-m.n. or I^-,,.i bafaBm.fi Alfred .\aleniire .pm i—wlei M. -as named alternative du" to the ncertaintv . io whether Rieii'da hn has alreadv ml ted Ifivmi England will be available local reaction i thai 0 ..nd Mille tumty (rf engineering their passage to the Wcsimg against British Guiana. 6 Nations Plan Political Unity VTRABBOUB/Q, sept. 22. THE "Founding r iith* i met to lay thacOTIUH Um I six power ledenitiidi ol 'A'estein BtlPOpg Twenl>-siv membeii "i ihe draitlivi cominttt*M <>t tM Ant Itiiropoan coratltutli nal convention I n in the Councl] ol Bttrope/i building this morninK to pu.sh ahead with plans for a single political authont) foi franca, Italy. Western (;eiinaii\ Holland. UoJ^ium and Lux tnbourt'. inlloil < ,t*llf*Ts-||i-lIsHUcd Mali nitnl The ltonl.liBlr Allan Ool lysaore. Pro-ideiit of the Bar 'udo* Cricket As*octaUOn. .iitting the rihlion restontar .J. to .•iH-n th.Baa inviiion of tar Carlton Cricket olub At aaSJOBI left la Mr f. K W;d %  Oft, Q.C MCP President o#jH lli Club (Jiurchill Conceives New Plan LONDON Sept 22 M abritisii dafaaoe plan tching greater -mphasts to new weapons, particularly |et tbombers and guided mi slbv. will be %  ubnuttcd to the NATO Pori • -mg In odd" live 'darters BBl i on Monday. The lavw plan con<-eived by Prune Minuter WinI^BB-ffbiM Bhaa both at I g up with the time." mfliOhSfl redu mn tin HHIIIIIIMI reanriiirogramnii.i tlxvome apparel)' R uppm >ab< Ito-rnt cad not '-' %  '< d hi %  PB .leports. TV ChuK'nIi plan" Nad been 10 Wrt.-hiiigton ilowpeorad rogleal that there arould IAnglo-Amei'. changes befi.nthv proposal is part nt. %  in n -0.P. St Kitts Reaiiy W Elections R KllTS. oarpl li 'in' nan corn t tuUo Pt b1 aoptambai in %  >B) foi moaibei to tiw CounelL st Kitts v'li four disui.ti pffa*rsdai >r*a I M Nevi*. Lb 1^ i. oMoaaai ind Anguill %  nf St. %  %  %  iv eat la v K •one vis and % %  nt in.-and Anguiiirt •"Idon a i Ihe EM in. %  -.:i huh includes lla %  '. gb and Jan* ii .i. (i. %  % %  %  .' 'ii'"' i %  -. I%  %  %  %  %  Ict.U • -. Tra Ic and Lob (I Msurn ( l" i U. Petei iinjhj Inatopendenl lean Vfhai i i •<-v> i; U I" .. u travelling frOn Bortsn to Weal Don i. i ippaarod earl] in June 1 indi ii. mnouaeeIhe llrvl (rftk-ial rotii K srrast Raabsi .' Kh.ge ..ould t. tried BS aid that the jour00 stod) %  -IP Swmih Socialist Kelurned To RmvVr STOCKHOLM. Sept 22 Piema i ; | in coalition aovarami %  ri -i a ,i ontrol % % %  |V pnpostUon ook six seat, h-orn the %  %  nmunhita .iLso gut a setbaal n vesteraay's parhnmentmv %  i losin, throe of thencatThe preliminary leturns BhOW • I Moo with isa inUb a r a l a so seats, the* i ervatives SO seats nnd th-IP ;i-Wav Trade PJU?I Signed la Moenov HELSINKI. Sept. 7.2 Plnland, Ruaa a and Coaununmi i %  ..v Trade Pi-cl in Moscow under '.vhich FlnI %  ill i, hv. ;;..... %  i., China worth llKMll W.mitlirOO e,, .reive Mi. So. %  Un on ~C.P. KusBlau aiilp B,UV0-[o.i Korpwab. dropped anchor off %  Un north. Up of Jutland IVniiisula -.most In the path of mc-t w ho are on the way to ive ihe Danish army against ivtbieal Invader. Danish destroyer the %  aal.'eidt on escort duty with the 100h Mainbrace" fleet gave tho %  afoarata flat and Immeduite ra to lift anchor and get out captain proteated that forced lo take sliwlter /ale-hka winds. But he lied with the Hussfeidt sklpOPdOi and hie ship was i n onst ring the Skaggera't •ge from the North Sea toibe llaltlc—OJf. > was assigned the task ol ring out the prajei t ot il constltulion H nth. will iii*! it and probably Ion onl . % %  .. I> moeratie BsadOl H'-mnrh vo nbsno u the hkellost ehol< e the PrOBadancy They sa.d I ha would be aided by two %  ' one French an • .ban t ( ueslioaiii,iirc %  • task is to drav. I re for the partu ipatmg national govvrnmenbi on what exactly Usey ik the future federation should bo. The gueationnaire Included such questions ai the competence of the future government, its composition and namc how many chambers hould th future parliament have and ho tiaO the deputies bo I I relstlons with other nat any other |olnt OVOI various govi'i nin'm* ma* hav • %  %  Th. actual writing •>! might 'tart bv mio Buropean nal refuM| |o Join lh. .IK becaus e they are neutral — like Swcde-i or hec.o*. Ihey have I lions with overseas territories „, i lieheve the time Is not yet rloe hke Ph-l'iiln will ra %  lated with the WOrt Of the convention The-'•-'.untrles will T'uiK thai "si 101 The lea. -,r the ibiU.l %  %  %  JS| ese |ndi..o .. %  Weob %  I .; |. -I to t.. 1 .. rm i %  whu h %  %  hasIIk %  i. nvtiratje production of 5.23'MMKI.IIWIJ11 hi —f.P. Marines Land On Jutland 1IIEHN JUTLANI) Sept. 22 Fifteen btindrod American mi at *wai-med ashore at 15.3)0 Monday on the roost r.ear the Skaw in the IS ol the B'tloiof "Operation Orkunall) ihe Und' was M-lieduled ha Jutland %  %  %  .ither caused U • 10 be diverted to the oast coaai. reports said thHt the landing oh* %  niooahJj iceMani —f.p Coronation Com. Meets%  FIs Kacri' ike ar%  I Queen '.der the rcoUarjc) .•el dive i p.m. or ; G ;"ouncii i Ihe I7th ddrBBBesl %  GVneraf PurpOSi PoraeMe ag ComHla Lordship tha bishop. /'rrordfiosr.* Ulid I Hun •Tarit, Bagulce, M H K Aduh nnd Oprn .Sports—The %  %  ' • | Educsniissioner %  led lo Invl'e PUoMlons from the goawraJ pt'ldic Accordingly any member boa to submit anv suggestion In • %  Ihe approrjri.ite sub-Commltlee |g hereby communicate with the Secretary of Ihe Coronation Comfalttee. Colonial Secretariat. IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS


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TUESDAY. SU r LMMLR 21 ItfZ BARBADOS ABVOCAK PACK EXPERTS DISCUSS TEXTILE SITUATION Jap Competition For Consideration THE: OAM6 QLS > NOT MI NO io moggy (By RONALD BOX AI I DELEGATES from nine countries are meeting in Britain to consider what can be done to iacr—m the consumption erf cotton texidas all over the world. They have come from the United States, Japan, India. Holland, Belgium, France, Italy and West Germany. I-ancashire has sent a powerful delegation and S and Switzerland have observers at the conference Though ihort. the agenda for Hie International Cotton TextjiHe feared thai "considerable Industry Conference will occupy tonemuMoni" would b>made to th* delegates for ten day*. Main Japan by the international coapurpose of the conference i* io ference. To fort-Mall Japan 1 *claim consider the pro*pecu Of blttr*or a rt-opanuig of Commonwealth national trade in cotton K .il* m 'arkcta whh. he said Is beinB. the year* immediately ahead" t-icked by importers in Colonial To help them to assess (Jus* market* Uri'isli policy al Buxprospects the delegates have be'on should be to mam the CUIODUU fore them statistical astlinalas of markeu for Lancashire textile the total volume of trade likely to lor at least a lurthcr twelve be available and also the estimates "' ".-id* by each participating counBut even if it w.shed to do MI, try ot the volume of export trade 'he British delegation might find ect to achieve. it difficult to carry the conference Wkh thtse figures as a guide, the ,ln tl '"any AUSTAUA> IMMIGRANTS FROM BRITAIN Leewards" Governor Returns From U.S. To-day Kenneth Uranium Found In W. Germany Science May Polish Steaiirv Windows ir own I'oi ANl'K.i A. Sept. 22 His KxceUency S. i from WILLIAM HAMKHKR CANUi'.KFA Kanneth Blackburn* returned BERUN Briuah people will comprise 50 from Waabingban where he spe:.' titanium has been found in T cant, of Australia'* immia week at the invitation of the Western ciermany's Black ForeM ttempt to perpetugranu tnia censing yea*, U.S. government and had diaand, ~ British scientists are near f. perfecting a --ystein which will prevent shop windows becoming Isaii %  the si. j Mfans) %  < %  tenreh and lsevelopment CSJWM k It Is understood thai the BOM German Arm has asked the method involves welding thin. High Commissioner for frniisu.ireiit layers of tin to plateCSSM 30,000 British full-fare-payKland*. permuwion lo eaplo.1 Its And glass windows. ing paeaengers from all Bourse* British officials In Bonn have ^,,„. „.J amed that if it wants to win and 20.000 British assuUad-pa*. in drixzUug rain Hu Eaxeconarmed that the application Its full share of expanded world Sage migrants. Urncy was met at Cooltdtfe Fleid *>•* h**"" % %  *' d *>"< K" v no '"d'irade m cotton tvxlibs it musi cut In this connection Mr Beale, K V Lady Blackburn* ADA' es'ton whether military security Its own prices to a more comprti neliog MigraUon Minuter, ha* C aut Hewitt th* acting Ad'*l ) rt Mvc jet vetted it announced Ihe gov-mments new nunuarator £ A Thonjpaon. the ^ T f*, rftrn i .'*" < na%r;.tion policy r^mJ!^ ,.r MuTTnlMiel FTeihurg Im Brei^au conierence is considerinsTth* posa<*> market restrictions 't>e "" Provision "it being'mad. to accussion*" cA^werning ths Virgin Allfcd of increasing world conemphasis in the agenda is entirely sumo* ion of cotton textiles and on expansion, and Lancashire may impending International trade kn """ ilicin 'for the betttfl five li *n pn 6 Nations Plan J Political Unity tjSh iMSssoort and • rratn Page 1 rvera will have the right to ..jr^,! 1 ' "L P £S^JlLili Kaaploysrs Federation and ADexpertsto believe thai part g? any time in bate ^uisel ^ S e f Vh? T££d 5S Trades Labour Union. He would be promUin K will not be allowed to vote. ^^TJ^" ,h -M visited the sugar factory md _as.Tasa-.nsy lg Degas, psssage scheme will apply nominated b\ Xmvs "cepted T children r, n will make rvcommer. datfesni us to how alms can best b achieved. The conference opened in London on September 17, but was Lftarwards transferred to Huxton. e, where the delegates (.' %  t dnwn to detailed work. The American delegation, hesded by Mr. H T Stevens. charirQan of the board of J. P. Stevens and Company Inc.. consists of six industrialists and four technical adv. er Observers wjll have the Japan will be represented bv take ten full di legate*, headed by Mr. but K. Abe. chairman of the All Japan Cotton Spinners Association, and The convention will be drafted president of a large Japanese spin' such a way that any nation ninf firm, and a secrlarlat of inwiU be able to become a membci u-rpreters and technical expert-, of the federation by f the h ls !lke i y lht committee w.l| upid expansion of J apan ese ahlp. continue meeting In Strsbourg. aitfltl to British Commonweiith w hen the draHing Committe-' complete-, its work Paul Henri It has been reported that during So .r k ,. B elmm w ,ll rill casklra Jap %  „,-. exports to im• Ma 1 con ? tit n ^ on n.irk.-ts were 340 million yards. f he 8 7 n 8mber Assembly .... tOfftj iiulliuti yards more than the "utgrowth of the six nation Shui;ut' h industry's. mtn plan Assembly might hold complete embargo has been H* l^sl Plenary Session here in new nUDiatrator K. A. Thompson, lh Commissioner of Police Colonel ... .ntended to restrict in Brnch *nd Mr. F. C CatchUof niy way the entry uf British fullpole. Labour Advisor to CD. and wittichen re-paying pasaengur-, provided W. Shortly afler Mr. Catchpole lnan 200 peopl sound in health, of good left for St. Kktts where he will north of rVeibt % % %  aMIl %  :nti.i : ..ii elee lri< cerraaM can u.passed through the till io in.ii the iutai io pcevenl oenr >'earning la-admt store's atUu.li unpor It is reported that the appl rk the ore refers u a hamlet of fewei Uabove M mile iburg lientance to the development becauso %  mj wlaaar they i>*. braosi af their window display!* being obscured —L.K.S. md p o u e si a valid spend one weak. A., the application is for '•paepaaaport and unlikely to bccom>i Lu Antigua. Mr. Catchpole conmission to exploit" it Is clear a charge on the state. ferred wlthLebour Offlcer Lowthat prospecting has abroad* __. A-Ckoe representatives of the goo.far enough to lead German And it is not proposed lo dis ; Reaver* Federation and Auexpert* U believe that the yicl.l i West sugar factory MiU Reef properties. As many as are nominated b> Catchpole was impres s ed witn relatives and friends in Austrathe improvements in relation to w ha will be accepted. The same capital and labour in thts island, ^gg' migraub. Asked his opinion at Nelson's lUble orfantssDockyard, he said "I felt I was walking on history.*" sssiry many for prospecting Th*. Western Allies have reNerved power m regard to the Of uranium for rategic pui'pose. and %  As the labour market for unskilled workers u> Auslial'a u> over supplied, emphasis now will be laid on building up the population by Diluting M1 the families of workers already established in the rsxsinsry. • —L.K.S. Japan Will Lift Restrictions Exporters ShoiriJ Aiceept Stertit^ VANCOUVER. Sept. 21 tolonelJ. W Niehol. Vancouver exporter on Saturday proposed a plan for boosting trade with ihe I'niteit Kingdom. He proposed that exporters sreept sterling; instead of dollar* and that th*. Federal Government guarantee to convert s'erlmg tu dollars Aoenauer. West German ChunissUor. has alieady made it clear tiiat his government would Impose the same controls after rat rtf at ion of the Bonn pence pact ends occupation mwl complete* West German's independence it. i-.u: of the Blnck FmcUi nod have caused excitement in Berlin where the population. UvmB surrounded by Soviet ruled territory think lhat the source of urajuum in the West would onset the strategic a#Mt of the big deposit along the Caeca bsgd of tiir Russian ii -L E S He the placed oh imports of Japa %  essjuaa uito asasu Britiah ma.-keta. inckicling that of the United Kingdom Itself. East Africa, the West I.I Hongkong. Other Comr-r %  wealth countries h ive limited Ihe amount of textiles permitted ti omporttd from Japan Little Help But these restrictanng have not helped Lancashire as much as was I oped. According to one report, agents of l.anufTcred I Kong and Singapore which odable of he ruled on later. rin week. Lost night the Pope appeared on the balcony of his Castel Gonoolfo summer lumie and greeted a pilgrimage of several thousand lersons.— C Italian Lor iTHi IHTWNATIONAL [MfiJMO COKFOHAIION. LTO..*^ IUV tnlUlnf. CalvMl* V..—.. UUOOfTOWN. AABO. .W.I In one of the most Colony annunl reports, bailtad by !.iirs "I iirrMUng plclurm. Ihe ''M UmiWd *He* lo Ihe ler, Hong Kong IUI edition jw ,ln Woc last March betjufce re*ncled markcls bell.ve loel available In London tella tha Pound funds had accumulated, importers arc holding up omarstory of tha colony's dollar. At Decraaaed exports since March ii'im llritain in uie hope I.UM Use Umt of B K -, Inun d a tion In h.ive reduced Japan', starang rhaaper Japanew uxtilis viiU inoti | MI ctllna's currency was on a folding., thus enabling rel.ata: re-adrnutcd. basis of uncoined silver, but the lion. British bam were on exA prominent British cotton in. „„,, standard unit for foreign Mrl of rQ „ ,„,, *• >*"'<• lenUon to ths expansion of Jap„„ d „ Ulr Afan tlom mr un '"' ; "" i *1r>*i-fti nii>iiioMp>iiu |>l i harntsi M rSSSk knON I il-r *tl"m .hapc ihji MM "i n Itnai i enst > I %  I i Nylon Avluli N.loo lun.o mi N%lu)> Bab> THE COMECTSHAPE W** %  orris Six Is %  BM Inuri-H SSs H''tfP --..-/• 7 jm thai iinlc4Hiee. %  M .%  af | rm Hall Mnss 0..luisHs^ear %  %  d .fcla III f plt-BSUIC I II 11 aVIthaf] r in>slliidvr psMci)iic' lU'UasUj" • g/ntsiBWc-' i,.: UornfMi4te* 7li$uufyfot\ SIX FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. I'hone 2385 Sole Diitr.hutor. Phone 4504 •i.aa I Mil Hill S -J/., ^ \ 1.73 -a BSSTSBSSW umiM. ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING T II I B A II B A I) 0 S CO.Or COTTON' FACTORY LTD. The Lumber, Hardware, Plantation Supplies and Oil Mill depaxlinrnL will be dosed on the dale-, shown: LUMBER PLANTATION SI PPLIKS M.nitl.n -i i.t.i.il... 2lh and Tuesday. 3l)lli HAKDWARF sa. M.iiiil.ii. Seplemher 29lh, Tuesduv, 3lllh. .mil W.d I.,. HI October OIL MILL .ilii. -.1 11 Isl Oclobnr. ( I.. .-.I Murning Osilj i li.-h v .'I i.'. from 120 — 4.IW p.m.) Our Office will n.niain OPEN over tin. period (or PAYMENT 01 ACCOUNTS. BARBADOS CO-OP. t'OTTOJVFACTORY LTR.





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I\* l ml R UMtllADOs ADVOCATE i I I -I. \\ -I I'TIMBIR S3. 1K2 BAfpDfKiA .ADVOCATE *II>U h} Ih. rursd.iv. Srplrniher 2X 11132 M \\S I IMMI llllll U.\ LONDON (--I foes up .lg n*xt month V. extra fou ; i k on each ration i-k to covet n i If* VmitfliHii Joins from the Borstal group wenkilled m action or died from wounds in the last war. m.wes sued a* these with I>i IVntun sumj up th MliaAjunngst them is the lion by saying that he cannot ItHIIIMI 4 AltlllSV QUITE i .• %  rii Lord Mayor ol London. Barbadians or British Carlo, as era should probably then be called would have %  lower status ai i Itiiani oi the Empiri Mauritian or Fijian ia whom the concept of Empire would !• much leal developed for ethnical and historical reasons. This amasblg state ol affairs which strikes a dcadlv blow at the community of Empireminded peoples came into being as a result of the strange British Nationality Act ol 1948. At the time when tins Bill v.. debated in Westminster tai-seenu; citizens of Empire warned against the anomalies which would result from its enactment and pointed out how devastating would be Itt effect on the ideals "f common British aubiect-hood As too often happens in Matory the advice of the r. ital| citizens was Mgmilej hy the shortei sighted and today • cituen of Barbados enjoys on enterin,. On United Kingdom a status of British %  enahlp higher than that of the First citizen of London Such has been the ludicrous result of an Act which has been ,„„ ,. ,,.,1 by all those who are proud of their British subjecthood and who are not ashamed to proclaim themso.vos dttam "f t<' British Empire. In Barbados then is no s.|ueannsl.n. ss tell by any class of citizen about the concept of Empire and Imperial medals, and decoi at ion. aic proudly displayed by repreI entatives of all our people. Th. Empire is kept alive too by the Empire Dav celebrations, the Royal Birthday celebrations and thenIs Do other loyalty about which Barbadians are less divided than they are In this loyalty 1" the Queen I Mother of Empire. The word survives with pi ale even in the title of sports clubs and places of entertainment Yet because of the British Nationality Act of 1948, a wedge will be driven In this solid mass of Barbadian loyally, should this island decide t„ join with other British possessions and become part of a self-governing Dominion. It is difficult to see what would be gained for the West Indus by loss ol full British citizenship (defined in the 1948 Act as citizenship of the United Kingdom and colonies"). Yet unless the architects of a Briti-h Caribbean Federation insist that the constitution should provide for the retention by residents in the British Caribbeai ..f full British citi/ensinp ai defined by the 1948 Act, the status of citizens of the new Dominion must hy definition he lower than that of the Mother Country. li.nv unsatisfactory is the whole question of British citizenship today is well illustrated bv the experience ..I an English born Secretary of State to the Government ol India. When after thirty rive yean ol service to that country he desired to return to England in 1946 to settle, he was compolled to obtain not only a passport bu. even a visa There can be no doubt that irritating pin-pricks of this description intensely annoy individuals to whom their birthright as British subjects and citizens ol [ is a heritage of which they are HI.' proud. There are many West Indians alive today whose faith iii the ability of the British Government of the day to govern wise)] and well these territories has often been rudely shaken: but whose loyalty to the Royal person who reigns over an Empire In which this island has been included for %  mains shining and I The principles embodied In tha Btrluah riationality Act 194 I Mviucive ... .,t thai loyalty ocrause .. abolished common aubict-hood ol a" Empire. So far th' West Indus ai colonies 8r# • Iwaj I" 0 that now is the time for all support the Ernpue In deed to give this 'us consideration. THE HANDSOME SENATOR IS CHALLENGED By NKWrXL KOC.tKS charges on bacon, sugar, butter. Women's IJber.il Federation, port tnjt a military Anvil cheese and fats. whose Executive Committee In lives a former deliitqutnt %  tx Soclallsta are making; cap!LosaCsM has parsed a resolution chance of making good than a NSW YORK %  ii "in %  prcsssflg grave concern recivil one. "but 1 am able to state TALL, bluc-t %  • •-<| Hcnrv Cubot 1 <>dee Hi' l!uliltie num" they say. Man> g,irUin the Kmpp move. And c!eg,in.itly that Jt is no worse' < ,,, %  ,„ . *.. ,, ** of us do not agree wish the they u rge Mr Churchill into th." most handsome man in the Senate, is in Socialists. It would be more right lust uh a payment. One hundred guests this week danger of losing his s-;tto say we are slowly emerging For. do the Germans, as a race, celebrated the opening of the • |f IdlOT ol the even appreciate our friendly gelLondon Buddhist Society's new he dOM, it will !>• dlM lO his s.n K l. past years when the Socialists turps and good UsUfi .ions' headqu-iters in Gordon Suuar<* minded devotion lo Dwiyhl Eisenhower. handed out so much bounty that Many of us think not. They included the Amb a ss a dors l f ... ___.__j ,. 0 a thmkmg there was no The Germans are not an of Thailand and Japan and the| Lodge, age 50, resigned from the SenaU need U> Work and pay our own "opportunistic" race. No, Indeed. Minister lor TOfcim to join up in the last war. He was in the flrsl way any more. They are opportunism itself; they They viewed the Shrine Room' !" a *"* With prices and wages spiralcan more read.lv delude themwhere candles burn In tront of %  tank unit to serve with Britain s Eighth Arim ling, of course, we got Into selves than any other nation Into red shrm-. jnd llie library c.ntaintroabst, fiK in the end somebody making wrong right and right ing bronze and alabaster IIKUH wrong to suit their own amof Buddha, a signed picture of At present our food is subbitions. the Dalai I-a ma. prayer wheels Mdued by the QoyntHsstll to This writer attended the great and telling beads. And th.y saw in. tune of £309000.000. Next post-war atrocity trials; Nurema dozen statues of Buddha sited in month increased food charges burg, ItiivensbrjLk, Buchenwald. /arlouji parts of the building IU result in a reduction of the Dachj.i. One everlasting impresThese have been mostly preaenU Mihsidsto to £240.000.000 annually. s.< ,n M mains F-.f then vicUms. e.1 by members of the Society., thus sparing taxpayers £59,000, The Germans showed neither pitv Some, lying about discarded, had .)„, republican presidential nomination Ii A lot of money. Meantime, nor -vmpathy. Compassion did originally been hr-.ught back as( r . ,_ (...vernmeni sub-idiei on housenot axastUi Ussti %  "* ''> the E**t. and then, has done no campaigning lor himself, hold sugar, cheese and cooking After the fall of Berlin, it was became unwanted when thelr fats will have been almost ellmlsaid the great Soviet Marshal owners^dled. ^ ^ naled. In return WSJ aie. in hard Zhukov. conqueior of the city. i %  %  % % %  I isi-neflt from Increases In all .wed his soldiers to loot and Nearly three hundredI idealists to Londoners before the war went up and ^JU—— a nd r.u„ m .„, Z^2S3*'TL?tZ AjSrS^MAfrSL.*^ Massachuse.,, ringing ,..-rbe..s. -TVla, though, unsatisfactory dona in other towns. month, rews from the labour front. Two Later, this writer watched in cond and a half million men—workBerlin's Fotsdammer Platz six t r 0 J n i Ir n ..ring and shiplone Soviet Tomnvyauoner* dxav ^*J^f* r ,^ l ? !" f S^L wSSSl The challenger tg John Kennedy, J6-year l.i.ililinjr industries—wan veeft rmv lm Gould. the Ijihour %  chief peace-maker, is next week ^ v „,„l„„l, 1 .-,M ) ,h„wn Lord Bo,d Orr. ol "•"'"""" %  f, 1 -. seat in the House of Repi,aanl V ..v.-, ;s?n.;Vci^v. nl rre^!R r "*-* %  j. ^;*L r?Ji^; l rte p ,iii,ri "* %  • If h p oses ,herc i s one attaaA *"*"" ""'' "" ^" ae&%^up"85?S \SLX"LJSj^^ l m.^lconsoling though, for him .,ln,„s, certainly WhS nr.1 ihworker, had .luMrtc lo nc,ri>h and proper, pr.nr. will be available lo help *££& Sag ^p^Z^prffi^ffiSa-W?-' ers reUllatad by *aylng they Certainly not the Western sented.^ Id not do overtime or piecePowers. ^ ^ ( u/ar-time associations die quickDo Juvenile delinquents—boy* ly as a rule, but this year's Alain Africa. For more than a year now he has ignored the fact that he is up for re-election in Massachusetts this November. When Eisenhower still headed NATO in France, UHI^V became his campaign manager to get him • • it BUT all this time a young American known They are" coming for th(ca Q voterSi aIld fighting for Lodge's aondun Parliamentary ** on World Governn,.M Senate seat. d ilfer OLD M1MPHVS ALMANAC I9J3 #•#• %  • II rfills ii in i ri: s r. i rioxKR v NOTICE To <>ur CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS we will he closinn our LUMBER YARD & HARDWARE on SATURDAY 27 n .|,. D.„., n | I *" •%  .• %  ..-• %  .ww. ...*..,.-_.. .. TB lArl r ZSLST £5 laSi"JrTSl SBSSiT ^ M ^;i',a m S',ar„.„ ioM son of an -U* Ambassador to Britain. Ministry's thousand miilmaj Germans r !" m xh *, l ^ b TP n r T^ll?. ,.?,. Joseph Kennedy. John has his fathers -„.,< u .„ir Noauetra from Rio de Janeiro and i r ...... .. ., ._ Akutaitawa from Japan, fortune behind him. Already he holds a. %  iik would be II sorry state of a (Tain, if this cunie about. Already too many workers, spoilt by the easy money days during; and immcdi.itely after the war seem to have lost botli pride In their job and desire to earn a bit of who have entered a "crime Ilffr— meln Reunion on October 24 make good soldiers when uiven commemoratIn* the battle tenth a chance later on. There have anniversary promise* to be the been two schools of thought: biggest vet. M.tre IVsert Rats than those who billtva that youngrvpr indicate they will be at the m rascals will eventually turn out Empre*-; Hull to revive old memextra money when they feel "' "* %  ** jg^'SAa t^ lh ^lf nrlw nnd !o Ulk oV r P* rhaps like it. Wlu.t priM initiative, enw "o a *l *l m they will be a milsno8 ,.' t | C ally. the hardships they terprise and hard work, If even •" %  nj T 10 rt-„„.,„_ D iuffered and the battles thev S5 n-ward is spumed. BrttaliVa Army Operation Ref „, a seat in Eisenhower's Cabinet awaits hint— if Eisenhower win IN TEXAS nothing is ever done by hahrtt —not even the weather. For two fMTt ranchers suffered from drought. Now in the heart of the sheep country downpour* measuring up to 11.67 inches isolated five towns, washed out dams, and cost the lives of three ranchers and hundreds of sheep. METAL CHIPS in the gears of the destroyer Pritchard caused serious damage inyeiow. Britain's Army Operation Research Group have now proF.w CM I i.r K.V.'.,"-. a Vl """ "" '" Prcwnt. ihii llm* will be Field Sabotage is suspected and Intelligence men nation dSeelv ^ the FaS! T1 "'> mad " enqullT '"' the Manual Alexander, who., dulje, !" ffllr.Sten di IlaS t %  roup of u Governor-General ot Canada Kndtat ifud I^hn iwr?? let •oldler. who had brfn to Bril.in's had limited hi. previous app.arllane epl !" led in m ,Ha i, 'killSatetal .O^^^^A. V^g"^ ance.. and twetity-flve spectitors. as he trie,| to bre;: through the sound barrier. Here was a man whose very work could bring death any time lm) he undertook It Just as another job; ins life and soul was in the air as, knowing the rtaiiurr*. this Urlton sought to *olve the mysteries of supersonic travel He has his successors. Immediately into the air after went Neville Duke, and the twin cracks reverberating earth•v.nils. a. his Hawker Hunter (lashed onwards, told the crowds that he had been successful. and big and a group of soldiers who had ~ Q IVV 0 f the war's most popular had a normal average background i ea ders. he Is sure of a tumultous to their lives. welcome Both groups were of similar age • • and int. )' M* called We navf alreBdy had heaagear up at the same time. b u to w ithsUnd the impact of S£n-rtt ik^r^ Thirty per wnt. had been Uabilibus running over it. Mr. Georie ties. Of the group of average Denton, a manufacturer linn crcyoung men. ninety per cent, had ated a "safety shoe" with internal made good; six per cent, had octoe-caps of spring steel. Weighing easionally been troublesome, two ounces, the'e caps will supwhile only four per cent, had port a weight of three tons, been useless With attention to detail. Mr. These raMlt. aeoo r dl n g K Dr. n., r .,i,i if^tUntan Parllaaia n tan Plate Glass Windows are both costly and vlunerable. A GLASS NSURANCE POLICY merits your careful consideration For particulars and advice, consult the Agents:— DA COSTA & CO.. LTD AGENTS Z!T ll ^y-".•'T il -3 — —T inese resuns. SSBSWIUUB ... — %  narnm waiKinson. raniameniary %  r. S^ ,!n^t of fm P (f J C Penton Sen !? r 52f? a K ^^ r X "> 'e Board of Trade, baseball fan. i P ^:^u^T !" \n!J 5 ?. !" 0 : Psveholog,st of the R*<*reh informs us that there were 29.000 Group, lend no support u. the foot n)uri „ n l950 most of th are investigating. PRESIDENTIAL candidate Adlai Stevenson is in Los Angeles—his birthplace. At the house where he was born Maurice Motl swept the front porch with a Stevenson button in his shirt. He said, "But I have a Eisenhower button on my coat upstairs. 1 have not decided whom I will vote for." HEAR the Archbishop of Canterbury's "pinion of TV: "The world would be P happier place if TV had never been discovered. Mass-produced education by TV of the dangers to the world." Then his wife broke in: "We had a TV .set in our room and I loved it." Sighed thi archbishop, "Yes. she has become a complete 000 by the Western Allied O mission In respect of his mam7 the I ..ntiiisslun in respect of his mam: ( i_ a ,u a atrerevdvc and anli••/-••* %  %  %  •'' „.h hold,.,*, i„ ,,e..| an dean. %S* a Z&£F2£ esJu,lhed to £gfS^,5Sl, 0 nd ihe three Western Powen ,„„„.„„ ~,,,M h -., S .K .iireeie.l MO "' "' """ """."'". Powen in man rou i a be MS Hv directed ^= ^ ^j;r^L oukl hive iltable foot Our Readers Say; And the three Western suggest easing the living cont owar ds KOI dllions of the top naii war crlmlifted by the same body protection had been worn inals held in Berlin's Spam, a u UiiC :iltillm whlfh hr .,g S ressive The new foot protector, would prison — If Russia were to agree. u|t u des had in the first place " be nervlceabe during the rutB which she will not. \*en uroused Nevertheless, as hours in Indon's buses and unThere are many In Britain who Dr. Penton i*>inted out. more men derground railways, one feels. of careful investigation. The Girls' School has been in use as a school for at least a year, whereas as 1 have said already the workmen had to be driven out of the Boys' School building Just two days bclore the opening of the school. The Department of Education had to bear the brunt of this criticism; no one thought of the responsibility of the Public Works Department. Surely a comparison between these schools Is tin worthy and unjust It is evident that the Director of Education and his Deputy together with the whole of the staff and Teachers oonart-fiilly prepared Our i luiuiioii llwittigv tours in thai island of the Re anrls Godson? Yours etc., F. A. HOYOS. "Sprmgham", Shermlngham Gardens, Christ Church. 15. 1952 To, The Editor, The Advocate. SIR.—Mny I thank the Rev. f.odsnn for his letter in last Sunday's Advocate and may I inform him (H well as Mr. K. A. McAlister who made the Sept. %  """ %  'inery some lime ago) that it * ,, U proposed to publish the series' •>'* Li'unnrtl Srhitttl Our Common HMtagt" In book To ihe Editor, rh c Adfocaic they have run SIR—I v.si.ed the St. Leonard in 11 a.m. and of inspector was very much imcerned had form heir course in the Advocate. In Sch K is ghlaT hll %  £ % %  7 ^mVli'^li:blUh who m, ml t V ,f hSe r^^'^the effective manner the necessary conditions; otherJ is 'd one of U,em 1 and Ufi'l!! 1 !! SlP2? nnd Gir "* *• l am "W to convinced that it issid „l them now and Schools had settled down to work. wo uW have bi-en Impossible for luit i ta#. n i. • i. .a., the* .. The ^ C,in ? "cadmaster of the nw t 0 have found both of these Our (Lnl .. !" U E W'T aS 0 "*? 1 Mr <: C M1,,ar whooU working as smoothly and HK,,M ,. ?L, 5 'A District Inspector of Schools, offectively as 1 found Ihem ,ust Ub S 'rl, i, ^2r.KL!? k ,nd,y t00k me ,nrou h every f our days after their opening I*t ll in.i <&J> rJ £2 Vr^l ,laMii and was a Pi"*"* to see us criticise bv all meaiJVbut let us larjr and Secondary Schoolin Uw the boys at work, and to note their glV e praise to whom praise Is due. and the attention thev Yours faithfully. lary S land. That was the object when interest M l %  arthbe.in Union of Teachers were giving to the teachers It Is W H. CARTER. UP**" 1 several ywil! "go hat ,., h desks and Del hes of some !>,,. Y.'.l.. S1 Ceorgi nbooka on local biographies „f the clas*ro<.ms are old and not ioth Septembr1952 houid bt produced in each of i„ keeping with the general outhe W.I. colonies and it was my look of the school; but this must hope to help achieve that object be expected in a school building Alien I set out to write the series out of which the workmen had to Our Common Heritage." be driven on the Friday before the The English child has long opening. Iwen taught of the exploits of On leaving the Bovs' School I \lfred the Great and NeUon. The went on to the Girls' when 1 met a large French child is expected to know the Headmistress who with her rr-einbei ManPay To the Editor. Ih,Advocate. SIR. The address Introduced into the House of Assembly two weeks ago having as its object ncreas* of salary for its shoidd be condemned for ltd about Napoleon. The usual courtesy explained the full all that it is worth American child cannot grow up working of the school, and kindly Has the intrc (ouspicu us. ,, i therefore does fully submit, is not parochial. It I paid a visit to these schools lo l0 t morn an inmate In salary now generally accepted that see for mvself if the critics who fM itt members There | istory should be taught as an complained about the untidjcondenying the fact, that the most School on the really justified Mticism | I am sure that if these critics -., returned today they would be rJ P the House is doing in this is voting supples, and 1 deserves an ir.eraos* In ishamed of thi it h.i-t>. able criticism njust and ,. For iibers to get into the nlargement of experience—that dition of the Boy the children should learn about 'pening day their own environment and prot-eed from the known to the unknown—that they learn of the i-otitrl but ions made by the artist, tha scientist, the philanthropist %  nd the niDfnMf BM only to the rorid hut lo their own I.MIO i. mmunity. Only In ihsf they that 'bough they may not .-.*.!" %  -; -^ ,x, Ld"^ „::i"„l:, u n i„"i^u, -. % %  day; that to talk abuut Uie status of Tam a Barba'dion'^ rherish 'JSTSS" ST ?< '^SIl our old institutions which have i work in the past, even have adI urtory li wily thus compared with the Legislatures of Trinidad and Jamaica is pur and simple. It does Moses to see that the i he chances tahev realise that %  rhfteti are uking cf ot theiito-i-* hi* p-'t'" Tim%t favourably Hid evai ^rpassws that .f tho two men1 our prejudices ne '."..;.,-,."'.n'ibo'w.nid iJ-.iaV. In'theS J*" 0 *,, 0 *•JSL, Vde^T^wIS Ucal^ colon" US, "but What oJ-^c^uT children w-uui lieT to savour of Ignorance rather than tut economic resources. OHM to learn that thev ate mem0l knowledge. Can we in a year that has all bors not of ,n isolated group but One of the criticisms levelled appearance to b? a drought year „.iv. against the Boys' School was its double the salaries of our memunprepared and disorderly condibtrs of the House of Assembly'' Would it not be appio;in..ie tmn. so much so that not even a Do members remember the long ... the historian of the future to bit of chalk could be obtained, drawn out debate that took place introduce hhe Barbadian child to To lustify the apparent soundness < ver the increase i %  rid humanitarian moveof this criticism a comparison was < xperts and h ads of department after the first World War made with the Girls' School. This ments? by telling him of the magnificent!* where the criticism shows a lack L. B. BRATHWATTE. ] They were boardinc ship for home after a holiday in America. "TO enhance the infantryman's preshe/' as the official communique puts it, G.I.s can now wear shoulder cords and hunt blue scarves. Artillerymen will have scarlet scarves. • • MAGISTRATE John Murta^h asked for Robert Jacobs's licence to drive a car. Jacobs Ijjjt said that in 15 years of driving around New||j|l York he had never bothered to gel one. Sentence: 30 days in a jail where prisoners work. UP above fashionable Park-avenue is to rise another gleaming 26-storey air-conditioned skyscraper. Since shopa drove wealthy Americans oil Kifth-avenue they have lived in luxury Hats along Park-avenue. Now they are gradually being driven from Parkavenue by the great office buildings. IN 1881 Union College gave a poor boy named Frank Bailey a free scholarship When he graduated he went to work as a £3 a week office boy in a New York bank. Yes, of course, you guess the rest—he rose to be president. Now he repays the scholarship with a gift of 1,500,000 dollars (about £535,000) to the old school * OLD-FASHIONED ice-cream is having a I hard time. An imitation made of vegetable oil instead of milk is selling fast. And butter milk ice-cream, gupposedly smoother and richer in taste, is on the way. THE Long family of Louisiana is rea swimming in front-page headlines. Dr. George Long, a dentist, has just won a seat in Congress in a by-election. His brother. Senator Huey ("Kingflsh") Long, started the long parade to Washington. When Huey was assassinated by a disappointed job-holder, his widow took his Senate seat. And at Istanbul. Russell Long has just swum the 500.'ard Bosphorus from Turkey to Asia Minor LEO DUROCHER manages the New York Giants Baseball Club. And they are trailing the Brooklyn Dodgers eight games in the National League race—a heavy handicap near the season's end. • Yet Leo has just signed a new contract with a pay boost. 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